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[Weekend Update] f(x), Infinite, Girl′s Day and More Top the Week′s Headlines

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2014.08.03 16:00 Mwave

Feeling a bit out of the K-Entertainment news loop lately? Catch up on what you missed as we recap the week′s Top 5 articles, based on reader views!

5.SM Ent. Settles Red Velvet Name Issue with Indie Band Red Velvet

Who doesn′t love to indulge in a little red velvet treat once in a while - well, now there′s more sweet to go around on the K-Pop scene as indie duo Red Velvet and SM Entertainment, who is about to debut a new girl group of the same name, came to an amicable agreement regarding the use of the name.

Photo credit: SM Entertainment

4. Girl′s Day Minah′s Agency Confirms She is Dating Son Heung Min

Love is in the air once more as Girl′s Day Minah is the latest idol to reveal she is dating. There was a bit of confusion surrounding the dating rumors at first, but that′s the beauty of young love, no?

Photo credit: enews

3. Infinite’s Hoya Didn’t Talk to His Father for Eight Years

As we all know, the idol world isn′t all glitz and glam, and Infinite′s Hoya recently opened up about his family struggles - from his relationship with his father to debt. But rest assured fans, this one has a happy ending!

Photo credit: MBC

2. Big Bang′s T.O.P and Sohee Walk Hand-in-Hand Among Paparazzi

It was a momentous occastion for Wonderbang fans everywhere when Big Bang′s T.O.P and former Wonder Girls member Sohee got together. Okay, so it was for a Reebok spread, but we′ll take what we can get.

Wonderbang 4ever!

Photo credit: Reebok

1. SM Releases Official Statement Announcing f(x) Sulli Will Stop All Promotional Activities

Finally, in some unfortunate news, SM Entertainment announced f(x)′s Sulli would be halting all promotional activities with the group due to stress from negative comments and false rumors. We′re sad we won′t be able to see her on stage, but we hope to see a happy and healthy Sulli soon!

Photo credit: SM Entertainment

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