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N. Korea threatens nuclear strike on White House

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Seoul (AFP) - A top-ranking North Korean military official has threatened a nuclear strike on the White House and Pentagon after accusing Washington of raising military tensions on the Korean peninsula.

The threat came from Hwang Pyong-So, director of the military's General Political Bureau, during a speech to a large military rally in Pyongyang Sunday on the anniversary of the armistice that ended the 1950-53 Korean War.

Hwang, who holds the rank of vice marshal in the Korean People's Army, said a recent series of South Korea-US military drills, one of which included the deployment of a nuclear-powered US aircraft carrier, had ramped up tensions.

"If the US imperialists threaten our sovereignty and survival... our troops will fire our nuclear-armed rockets at the White House and the Pentagon -- the sources of all evil," Hwang said in his speech broadcast Monday on state television.

It is not the first time that North Korea's bellicose rhetoric has included threats of nuclear strikes on the continental United States and US bases in the Pacific.

But most experts believe it is still a long way from developing a viable intercontinental ballistic missile with the required range.

The North has conducted three nuclear tests, but is not thought to have mastered the miniaturisation techniques necessary for mounting a warhead on a missile.

It does possess a range of short-and mid-range missiles capable of striking South Korea and Japan, and has conducted a series of test firings into the Sea of Japan (East Sea) in recent weeks.

The latest test on Saturday -- guided by the leader Kim Jong-Un -- simulated a short-range missile strike on South Korea where 28,500 US troops are stationed, the North's state media said.

It defied censure by the UN Security Council which officially condemned Pyongyang on July 17 over the recent tests as violations of UN resolutions prohibiting the North from using ballistic missile technology.

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Girls' Generation's Tiffany Releases 'I Just Wanna Dance' EP

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Tiffany Hwang in the video for "I Just Wanna Dance"

Over a decade since being discovered in Los Angeles in 2004, Tiffany presented the world with her first solo album on Wednesday. I Just Wanna Dance is the Girls’ Generation member’s synth pop declaration of independence after nine years as a member of one of South Korea’s top girl groups.

I Just Wanna Dance gives Tiffany, born Stephanie Young Hwang, an audible canvas to paint a new image for herself. As the second of the eight Girls’ Generation members to release an album, following in the footsteps of Taeyeon who released I last year, Tiffany draws on her American roots for inspiration and the result is a modern take on some of the best retro music trends of the past three decades.

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Born in 1989, Tiffany goes back to the decade of her birth in the hazy title track “I Just Wanna Dance.” Electronica serves as the backdrop to her sensual crooning while Tiffany takes the song from sleepy to soaring through a variety of belts and high notes that take her straight into the realm of whistle register. The low-key banger provides a backdrop to the aerobics-inspired choreography featured in the song’s music video, knee pads and all.

Filmed in LA and featuring Tiffany ruminating on her desire to dance all night, the music video for “I Just Wanna Dance” was viewed more than 2 million times within 24 hours of its publication on YouTube.

While the EP has only six songs and has a sense of nostalgia throughout, I Just Wanna Dance draws on a variety of genres and showcases Tiffany’s range as an artist. The ‘90s R&B styling of “Yellowlight” and the whimsy on “Once In A Lifetime” are countered by the low key trap elements of “TALK,” which was written by Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts, while “Fool” wouldn’t be out of place on many of Girls’ Generation’s latest albums. Most prominent on the album is “What Do I Do,” the ‘00s-inspired dance track written by Tiffany herself, under the name Stephanie Young. The Korean lyrics were written by Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung while the English version, available as a bonus track through iTunes and Spotify, is all Tiff.

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Upon its release, I Just Wanna Dance went to the top of the U.S iTunes K-pop album chart and, despite a sound that is considered atypical for mainstream Korean pop, the title track fared well on South Korean music charts. Tiffany’s company, SM Entertainment, announced that “I Just Wanna Dance” ranked number one on six of Korea’s biggest music sites.

Tiffany’s debut album is available in the U.S on iTunes and Spotify. Fans lucky enough to be in in California this July will be able to see Tiffany perform as part of Girls’ Generation’s subgroup TTS alongside Taeyeon and Seohyun at KCON Los Angeles.

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Tiffany Hwang
Tiffany pada bulan April 2017
Kelahiran Stephanie Young Hwang
(1989-08-01) 1 Ogos 1989 (umur 28)
San Francisco, California, Amerika Syarikat
Nama lain Hwang Mi-young
  • Penyanyi
  • pelakon
Kerjaya muzik
Genre K-pop
Instrumen Vokal
Tahun aktif 2007 – sekarang
Label S.M. Entertainment
Kegiatan berkait
  • Girls' Generation
  • TTS
  • SM Town
Laman sesawang tiffany.smtown.com
Nama Korea
Hangul 황미영
Hanja 黃美英
Perumian Semakan Hwang Mi-yeong
McCune–Reischauer Hwang Mi-yŏng

Stephanie Young Hwang (lahir 1 Ogos 1989), dikenali secara profesional sebagai Tiffany atau Tiffany Hwang ialah seorang penyanyi wanita Amerika Syarikat yang berpangkalan di Korea Selatan.

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