IVE Jang Wonyoung Criticized After Claims She Didn’t Clap For IU But Here’s Truth
- By: Kdom Admin
- 11 months ago
In a Korean online community, K-Netz criticized Jang Wonyoung for a GIF purportedly showing her not applauding IU. After it went viral, the two female idols’ fans took to SNS to reveal the truth behind the image.
BTS Jungkook & IU Join Rolling Stone’s 200 Greatest Singers of All Time
BTS Jungkook and IU were added by Rolling Stone in its 200 Greatest Singers of All Time, lauding their stage presence, hard work, character, and music. IU placed on 135, with Rolling Stone complimenting her vocal range, especially in her performances of the iconic “Good Day.”
In the song’s climax, IU went viral for pulling off a three-note spectacle. The article also expressed awe to her selling out the Seoul’s Olympic Stadium under five minutes, highlighting IU’s immense popularity.
“Since her 2010 breakout hit “Good Day” (which garnered deserved praise for its magnificent three-note climax), IU has become one of the most highly regarded vocalists in South Korean music.”
“In 2022, she became the first Korean female soloist to headline a concert at Seoul’s Olympic Stadium, selling out the venue in five minutes, with peers and admirers like Jung Kook of BTS, Jihyo and Jeongyeon of Twice, and TXT’s Soobin and Beomgyu there to celebrate her triumph.”
He was also praised for his vocals, and music production contributions, especially on Charlie Puth’s 2022 release “Left and Right.”
“Jung Kook, the multifaceted youngest member of BTS, boasts a long list of talents – he’s a strong performer, written several songs, and is known to be extremely hardworking and humble despite the success he’s experienced at such an early age.”
“He’s also an extremely gifted singer. In 2022, when his track with Charlie Puth, “Left and Right” became the fastest song by a Korean soloist to surpass 400 million streams on Spotify, Puth referred to him as one of the only artists “to have ever sent me perfect vocals.”