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The Week in Culture: A New Taylor Song (Again!)

Everything you might’ve missed this week, March 22–27

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Welcome to Metro.Style’s Culture Round-up! We bring you everything you might’ve missed this week in the entertainment world, including Taylor Swift’s newest single from her upcoming re-recording of Fearless, IU’s comeback album, a BTS announcement, and so much more. 




“You All Over Me” by Taylor Swift

Mid-week, Taylor Swift took to social media once more to announce that she was releasing an old song from the vault—never-before-heard songs on past albums. “You All Over Me” was originally cut from Fearless, but is now out in the world in anticipation of Taylor’s upcoming re-recording of her Grammy-winning album. 




The Nanny comes to streaming

Beloved 90s sitcom The Nanny is coming to HBO Max. The show was on Amazon Prime for a few years, before leaving the platform to move to another. Starting April 1, all six seasons of The Nanny will be available to stream. 90s nostalgia continues! 


IU releases her fifth studio album, LILAC

IU released her first album in four years, LILAC, last Thursday, and it’s already a bonafide success! All ten songs, including singles “Celebrity,” “LILAC,” and “Coin,” were written by IU herself. In an interview with W Korea, she explained the meaning of the song: “In the language of flowers, ‘lilac’ means ‘memories of youth.’ I wanted to include a farewell with the message, ‘I’m now going onward to my next chapter,’ while also greeting my upcoming 30s at the same time.”


IU’s Comeback Album ‘LILAC’ Tops International Music Charts

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BTS announces a Japanese comeback album

BTS is set for a Japanese comeback this June! BTS, THE BEST will be released on June 16, and will feature 23 songs, including “Film Out” and “Dynamite.” 


#BinJin movies to arrive on Netflix  

What’s your April looking like? For us, it’s a #BinJin marathon, of course! The Last Princess, starring Son Ye-jin arrives on Netflix on April 8, and Confidential Assignment starring Hyun Bin will premiere on the streaming platform on April 22. Clear out an entire weekend, and add don’t forget to add Crash Landing on You to the mix! 


Get Ready For a #BinJin Marathon

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