Welcome to another edition of SB Week in Review. Here’s all the news you might have missed over the past week:
- Joseon Exorcist has been cancelled due to the controversy surrounding its historical distortion. Actors Park Sung-hoon, Jang Dong-yoon and Lee Yu-bi have issued personal apologies.
- As the investigation regarding the violation of social distancing regulations is still ongoing, TVXQ‘s Yunho has voluntarily stepped down from the filming of Mnet‘s Kingdom temporarily, stating that he would like for investigations results to be released before any further action. Until then, Changmin will be hosting the show alone. Mnet will not be editing Yunho out of episodes that have already been recorded.
Debuts & Comebacks
- CLC‘s Sorn “Run“s towards her dreams in her first solo track.
- Stray Kids‘ Changbin and Seungmin released “Piece” for their 3rd debut anniversary.
- For her fifth album, IU released MVs for “Lilac” and “Coin“.
- Got7‘s Jackson returned with the cinematic “LMLY“.
Teasers & Announcements
- Kang Seungyoon of Winner drops his first full album, Page, on March 29.
- Kim Sejong returns with “Warning” on March 29.
- Baekhyun‘s “Bambi” is scheduled for a March 30 release.
- Park Bom teases her March 31 release of “Do Re Mi Fa Sol“.
- Unnatural marks WJSN‘s return on March 31.
- Red Velvet‘s Wendy debuts as a solo artist with “Like Water” on April 5.
- Astro comes back with All Yours on Apr 5.
- Kim Jaehwan‘s Change drops on April 7.
- STAYC are gearing up for their April 8 comeback with Staydom.
- Kang Daniel returns with Yellow on April 13.
- Seventeen will be appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Apr 1 to perform their 2019 single, “Hit”.
- JYP Entertainment has partnered with Tencent Music Entertainment for music distribution purposes in China.