NewJeans donates all university festival earnings, keeping positive vibes amid Min Hee Jin and HYBE drama

Despite the ongoing drama between their agency ADOR, its head Min Hee Jin, and parent company HYBE, NewJeans is not letting it slow them down. They’re keeping the music alive and spreading positivity all around.

ADOR spilled the tea on the fan community ‘Phoning‘ on May 25th, revealing that NewJeans will be hitting up seven university festivals this month. And here’s the kicker – they’re donating all the proceeds!

ADOR shared, “NewJeans will be vibing with the crowd, performing their new bops ‘How Sweet’ and ‘Bubble Gum’. We’re asking for all the love and support from the fans to keep this going.”

NewJeans is kicking off their university tour starting from Korea University today, followed by Chosun University on May 27th, Dong-eui University and Busan University on May 28th, Dongguk University and Sejong University on May 30th, and wrapping up at Central University on May 31st.

In other news, NewJeans also lent their voices to the British Museum’s Korean room, introducing main exhibition works like the Celadon Vase with Flower Design, the 1300s Sanggam Celadon, and the Joseon White Porcelain Moon Jar.

Even with the HYBE drama, NewJeans is still slaying the charts. Their new double single ‘How Sweet‘ dropped on May 24th and sold about 810,000 copies on day one. Both ‘How Sweet‘ and ‘Bubble Gum‘ are ruling the music charts.

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