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입력 2017.11.16 (15:06) 수정 2017.11.16 (16:43) News Today
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The girl group Twice is slated to perform at a famous New Year’s Eve show in Japan, becoming the first K-pop group or artist to do so. We have also news about a growing number of celebrities participating in social philanthropy and encouraging their fans to follow suit. Here's more from the world of culture and show business.

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The Japanese media have reported that the Korean girl group Twice will perform on Japanese public broadcaster NHK's annual New Year eve show Kōhaku Uta Gassen, which is to air on December 31. The show premiered in the 1950s and has been Japan's signature New Year celebration show ever since. Only the best artists of the year are entitled to appear on it. When K-pop was all the rage in Japan, the show featured such Korean groups and artists as Girls' Generation, KARA and TVXQ. But no K-pop artists appeared on it since 2012. Observers say that the news about Twice's upcoming appearance on Kohaku attests to the group's skyrocketing popularity in Japan and symbolizes the return of "Hallyu" to the country. A growing number of celebrities in Korea are participating in social philanthropy, and their fans are also following suit. The fan club of singer Park Ji-hoon of the music group Wanna One has recently donated 10 million won to a rehabilitation hospital for children. And the singer's Chinese fans held a charity drive to raise funds for starving children in China. Fans of Wanna One have drawn the spotlight for their participation in all kinds of social philanthropic activities including helping abandoned animals.
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    • 입력 2017-11-16 15:17:31
    • 수정2017-11-16 16:43:01
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[Anchor Lead]

The girl group Twice is slated to perform at a famous New Year’s Eve show in Japan, becoming the first K-pop group or artist to do so. We have also news about a growing number of celebrities participating in social philanthropy and encouraging their fans to follow suit. Here's more from the world of culture and show business.

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The Japanese media have reported that the Korean girl group Twice will perform on Japanese public broadcaster NHK's annual New Year eve show Kōhaku Uta Gassen, which is to air on December 31. The show premiered in the 1950s and has been Japan's signature New Year celebration show ever since. Only the best artists of the year are entitled to appear on it. When K-pop was all the rage in Japan, the show featured such Korean groups and artists as Girls' Generation, KARA and TVXQ. But no K-pop artists appeared on it since 2012. Observers say that the news about Twice's upcoming appearance on Kohaku attests to the group's skyrocketing popularity in Japan and symbolizes the return of "Hallyu" to the country. A growing number of celebrities in Korea are participating in social philanthropy, and their fans are also following suit. The fan club of singer Park Ji-hoon of the music group Wanna One has recently donated 10 million won to a rehabilitation hospital for children. And the singer's Chinese fans held a charity drive to raise funds for starving children in China. Fans of Wanna One have drawn the spotlight for their participation in all kinds of social philanthropic activities including helping abandoned animals.
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