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Girls’ Generation, one of South Korea’s top pop idol groups, has been named an envoy to publicize the transfer of South Korean television broadcasting to digital technology.

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Korea’s suicide rate is estimated to be the highest among advanced countries, according to the National Statistical Office yesterday.

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The largest investor and distributor of “Haeundae” vowed strong legal action against digital thefts of the Korean blockbuster Sunday, claiming the recent illegal circulation of the film on the Web is expected to cause it a “colossal amount of damage,” Yonhap News said.

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Rain starts Asian Tour

Korean singer and actor Rain kicked off his Asian tour, “Legend of Rainism,” at the Saitama Super Arena, Japan, Saturday and Sunday.

Singer and actor Rain performs during the first leg of his Asian tour ``Legend of Rainism'' in Japan, Saturday. The singer will perform in Seoul this October. (J.Tune Entertainment)

Singer and actor Rain performs during the first leg of his Asian tour ``Legend of Rainism'' in Japan, Saturday. The singer will perform in Seoul this October. (J.Tune Entertainment)

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Big Bang member and “Family Outing” star Daesung was released from the hospital on August 28 after undergoing surgeries for his eyes and nose.

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More than 120,000 fans of the K-pop idol group TVXQ, which is embroiled in legal battle against its agency, filed a collective petition with the human rights agency on Friday, judging a working contract made between three members of the group and their agency to be “unfair” and “inhumane.”

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Despite a plagiarism controversy, G-Dragon, the leader of pop idol group Big Bang, continues to stand out in the local music market with his first solo album.

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