Tag: South Korea

TWICE Take ‘Taste of Love’ to #6 on the Billboard 200 and Announce New Japanese Album

TWICE treated fans to their fun Taste of Love mini album earlier this month, and listeners certainly resonated with it – the project shot to #6 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, their highest position on the chart since October 2020’s Eyes wide open went to #72, and reached the top spot on Billboard’s Top…

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SEVENTEEN Show Off Their Maturation and Versatility as a Group on ‘Your Choice’ EP

Fresh off their million-selling 2020 projects ; (Semicolon) and Heng:garæ, SEVENTEEN is back with their Your Choice mini album, which showcases their growth as a band since their 2015 debut. They’ve already sold over 7.5 million albums and collected over 2 billion streams, but if Your Choice is any indication, those numbers are only going…

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On This Day in History, August 15

In 1248, the foundation of the Cologne Cathedral was set down. Construction continued until 1473, when the process became intermittent until the mid-16th Century. It was only with the romantic movement of the 19th Century that construction resumed. From 1842 to 1880, construction continued until the cathedral was completed, a day shy of when the…

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On This Day in History, July 19

In 1817, Georg Anton Schäffer of the Russian-American Company finally departs Kauai after his efforts to seize the Kingdom of Hawaii for the Russian Empire ultimately fails. The Kingdom would continue to last until near the end of the century, when American business interests would force the abdication of the Hawaiian monarch. In 1947, assassinations…

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