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Hold on, ‘Time Out’: Stray Kids release surprise single and new music video

  • K-pop boy group Stray Kids dropped a new music video for their surprise single “Time Out” on Sunday.
  • The track marked the conclusion of “2022 STAYweeK,” the group’s week-long fan event that celebrated the fourth anniversary of their fandom and its official name, STAY.
  • Stray Kids recently wrapped up their recent world tour, “Maniac,” which was named after the lead song off their March mini-album “Oddinary.”
  • The group will be a headline performer at KCON LA 2022 later this month.

Fans of K-pop boy group Stray Kids were treated to a new music video for “Time Out,” the group’s surprise single released on Sunday.

The music video is the conclusion of the JYP Entertainment group’s “2022 STAYweeK” fan event to celebrate the fourth anniversary of their fandom and its official name, STAY, which was created on Aug. 1, 2018. Throughout the week, the group shared previously unreleased behind-the-scenes content and hosted live streams, among others. 

Hugh Jackman discovered to be a K-pop fan, stans Stray Kids on Instagram

  • A post on the Stray Kids Instagram account blew up on Monday after Hugh Jackman, 53, complimented Hyunjin’s artwork and called him an “amazing artist,” sending the fandom into a frenzy.
  • “An amazing artist you are,” the “Logan” actor wrote, to which Hyunjin replied, “Thank you. I’m very honored.”
  • “i still can't comprehend the fact that stray kids got hugh jackman liking/commenting on their instagram. Like it's THE HUGH JACKMAN,” one Twitter user wrote.
  • “OMG! Hugh Jackman recognizing what an amazing artist our Hyunjinnie is!!” another user exclaimed.

Australian actor Hugh Jackman sent Stray Kids fans, officially called Stays, into a frenzy after complimenting member Hyunjin’s artwork on Instagram.

A post on the Stray Kids Instagram account page blew up on Monday after Jackman, 53, called Hyunjin, 22, an “amazing artist” for his oil-on-canvas painting. Jackman’s comment has amassed over 102,000 likes and more than 1,800 comments as of this writing.

Stray Kids announces details for ‘Maniac’ North American tour

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  • K-pop boy group Stray Kids announced today the North American segment of their global tour, consisting of seven shows in the U.S. between June and July.
  • The group’s recent EP “Ordinary,” featuring their comeback track “Maniac,” debuted on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums Chart earlier last month.
  • Stray Kids’ previous tour “District 9: Unlock” was incomplete following cancellations and postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Tickets for the U.S. tour will go on sale through Ticketmaster and LiveNation on Friday, April 22, at 6:00 p.m. EST.

K-pop boy group Stray Kids announced details for the North American portion of their global “Maniac” tour today. 

Their social media posts revealed the venues and dates for the seven shows planned for the U.S. leg of their “Maniac” tour, named after their recent comeback.

Former Stray Kids member Kim Woo-jin to lead upcoming HBO Max original series set in Brazil

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  • Kim Woo-jin, a former member of K-pop boy group Stray Kids, will be HBO Max’s first-ever Korean lead for an upcoming series called “Alem do Guarda-Roupa” (“Beyond the Wardrobe.”)
  • The fantasy-romance series centers around a teenage girl named Carol who finds Kim’s character Kyung-min, a prickly member of a fictional boy group called Act, via a magic portal in a closet.
  • Carol is played by Korean Brazilian actor Sharon Blanche.
  • The series is scheduled for release sometime next year.
  • Kim left the JYP Entertainment boy group Stray Kids in 2019 and was later accused by several women online of sexual harassment. Kim and his agency 10x Entertainment deny all allegations and are conducting investigations.

Kim Woo-jin, a former member of K-pop boy band Stray Kids, will lead in HBO Max’s original series “Alem do Guarda-Roupa” (“Beyond the Wardrobe”) set in São Paulo, Brazil. This makes Kim the first Korean actor in a lead role for an HBO Max series. 

The fantasy-romance series is about a teenage girl named Carol, played by Korean Brazilian actor Sharon Blanche, who finds a portal in a closet that leads her to Kim’s character, a grouchy K-pop idol named Kyung-min from the fictional boy group Act.