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Watch: Kyuhyun shares ‘Coffee’ music video teasers

Watch: Kyuhyun shares ‘Coffee’ music video teasers

Entertainment
April 8 (UPI) -- South Korean singer Kyuhyun is giving a glimpse of his new music video. The 33-year-old K-pop star, a member of the boy band Super Junior, released a preview Thursday of his video for the song "Coffee." Advertisement The teaser features actress Chae Soo-bin and actor Gong Myung as childhood friends who appear to have developed feelings for each other now that they are older. Kyuhyun shared a first teaser for "Coffee" on Tuesday that shows Chae Soo-bin and Gong Myung's characters at school. [embedded content] "Coffee" is part of Kyuhyun's 2021 Project: 季 series and will represent the season of spring. The series also consists of the summer-themed single "Dreaming," the fall-themed song "Daystar" and the winter-themed track "Moving On." Kyuhyun will release the "Coffee" si...
Rising number of celebrities selling video messages during pandemic – with some bizarre requests

Rising number of celebrities selling video messages during pandemic – with some bizarre requests

Technology
Ever wanted some words of support from your football hero? How about help with a marriage proposal from a famous musician?The coronavirus pandemic has hit the entertainment industry hard - and it's seen a growing number of celebrities selling personalised video messages online. Websites such as Cameo and Memmo give members of the public the chance to ask stars to record a shout-out for their friends or relatives, with prices ranging from around £15 to several hundred pounds.Nigel Farage is one of the latest names to sign up to Cameo - a site which has attracted big stars in the US - with a video from the former Brexit Party leader setting you back £75.Simon Webbe, who found fame with the boyband Blue, says he charges around £50 for a personalised video on Memmo and he received about 100 re...
NASA plans to wow the public with new moon landing video, images

NASA plans to wow the public with new moon landing video, images

Science
ORLANDO, Fla., April 2 (UPI) -- NASA has started intense planning to capture public attention with high-definition video, photos and possible live streaming from the moon during upcoming Artemis missions. Grainy delayed footage -- sometimes in black and white only -- was a hallmark of the first Apollo moon landing in 1969. But even that captured 650 million viewers around the globe. Advertisement Artemis moon missions will feature images more like the heart-pounding video of the Mars rover Perseverance parachuting and blasting its way to the Red Planet's surface on Feb. 18, according to Artemis astronaut Scott Tingle. "I hope to be on the moon missions, but if I'm not, I'm going to be glued to my TV and I'm going to be watching almost everything that comes down," Tingle told UPI in an int...
Tiger Woods to make video game return, signs deal with ‘PGA Tour 2K’

Tiger Woods to make video game return, signs deal with ‘PGA Tour 2K’

Sports
March 16 (UPI) -- Tiger Woods might be back to the golf course anytime soon, but he will make virtual appearances as part of a return to video games, game publisher 2K announced Tuesday. "I am looking forward to making my return to the video game landscape, and with 2K and HB Studios, I've found the right partners to make it happen," Woods said in a news release. Advertisement "I'm honored to take part in this opportunity and look forward to sharing my expertise and insights as we build the future of golf video games together." Woods' agreement with 2K includes the rights to his name and likeness to appear exclusively in the PGA Tour 2K video game franchise or any other golf games published by 2K. Woods also will serve as an executive director and consultant for the game. 2K also agreed...
Blackpink’s ‘Ddu-du Ddu-du’ music video passes 1.5B views on YouTube

Blackpink’s ‘Ddu-du Ddu-du’ music video passes 1.5B views on YouTube

Entertainment
Feb. 23 (UPI) -- South Korean girl group Blackpink has set a new record on YouTube. The K-pop stars celebrated Tuesday after their music video for "Ddu-du Ddu-du" passed 1.5 billion views on YouTube. Advertisement Blackpink is the first K-pop group to have a music video reach the milestone. Psy's "Gangnam Style" video is the only other Korean music video to pass 1.5 billion views. Blackpink thanked their fans, known as Blink, in a tweet Tuesday. "BLINKs worldwide, thank you so much!" the post reads. Blackpink has six music videos with more than 600 million views on YouTube. The group's music video for "Playing with Fire" reached the milestone in December. "Ddu-du Ddu-du" appears on Blackpink's debut EP, Square Up, released in 2018. [embedded content] Blackpink released its debut studio a...