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Daily Recap: Roy Kim plagiarism; Cube goes multinational; Luhan wins

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Singer, Roy Kim, is under fire yet again for his song ‘Spring, Spring, Spring’.

A lawsuit has been filed against Roy by a composer named Kim Hyung Yong who claims that Roy Kim has plagiarized his song ‘From the Landscape of the Lord’. Hyung Yong has spoken to OSEN, saying that he was able to confirm that the song had an identical melody to his own unreleased song that he made back in 2012.

CJ E&M have spoken out about the matter, stating that they are taking measures through their lawyer.20130812_Roy_Kim_To_Go_Back_To_School

 

Cube Entertainment has revealed that they will be debuting a multinational girl group early next year!

Although no specific details have been revealed about their debut, the group’s first member, Sorn, was revealed on SBS’s ‘When Charles Met Chulsoo’.

The group will be called CLC and is set to be Cube Entertainment’s first girl group since 4Minute’s debut back in 2009.

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Former EXO member, Luhan, has taken home the ‘Asia Idol Popularity Award’ at the 2015 iQiyi night.

Despite the recent controversies surrounding him, Luhan was still able to prove just how popular he was as this was his second award since departing from EXO.

Luhan took to the stage to accept the award and thanked fans for their ongoing love and support. It was also said that without their  perseverance, he would not be where he is today.

Credit: SM Entertainment Facebook

Credit: SM Entertainment Facebook

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