Zico SLAYED 2015, which is good news for idol rappers Continue reading One Great Year For Zico Equals One Giant Step For Idol Rapper Kind
Amber is the rapper of the now four member SME girl group, f(x), and is a shining beacon of hope and modernity in Kpop. She is best known for being androgynous, opting for men’s clothing and a short hair cut, a concept that initially earned her a large fan base, but has since gotten her some criticism. Even I can cop to complaining that Amber was getting boring by doing the … Continue reading All Hail The Llama Queen: A Moment Of Amber Appreciation
I’m just gonna come right out and say it, I. WAS. WRONG. I was wrong about everything from doubting your ability to bounce back from sure demise brought on by the mismanaging hands of Mr. Plastic Pants, to doubting the whole retro band makeover. With the departure of Sunye, and then Sohee, I didn’t believe that the Wonder Girls would or could ever regain what they had during … Continue reading Dear Wonder Girls, Apologies (And Congrats) Are In Order
Alleged Super Junior member, Kim Kibum, has announced his departure from the group as well as SM Entertainment with an instagram post. 2015 august 18th. Finished with S.M. ent. Lets begin my new life…!! 그동안 함께했던 SM 감사합니다. A post shared by 김기범 (@mub_ik_mik) on Aug 19, 2015 at 10:25pm PDT For the 10 years that Super Junior has been around, Kim Kibum has dodged in and … Continue reading Kim Kibum: Perhaps The Greatest Mystery In The History Of Kpop
Having a bias is not always seen as a good thing, but in Kpop it is EVERYTHING. It’s the reason for getting out of bed, and checking the Twitter feeds, liking Instagram pics, and everything in between! So, I’ve decided to share with you, our lovely readers, my top 10 reasons for life itself. * * * * * * * * * * * … Continue reading [We’re Bi-List] Shaquanda’s Top 15 Biases
Disturbing stuff is going on in the world of Korean Entertainment. While fans, and netizens get side tracked by their outrage over and public dating and sexuality, truly appalling life choices are completely going unnoticed. As if overexposure, awkward on stage self rub downs, and double standards weren’t bad enough for Kpop’s girl groups, starvation seems to be the unspoken, unaddressed norm. While girl group … Continue reading Kpop Dieting: A Lifestyle to Die By
The following piece was written with a touch of sarcasm An American crossover seems to be the ultimate goal for much of the Korean entertainment industry. And, for many fans it would be a dream come true to have their favorite Korean celebs in such close range. But, as nice as this sounds in theory, you have to wonder would it really be everything we … Continue reading Hallyu-America Crossover: Wait…Are We Sure About This?!!
Race, and racism in Korea and Kpop is a controversial topic for international fans of the Hallyu Wave, and draws opinions of all kinds. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * In Korea, dark skin was associated … Continue reading My Take: Racism in Korea and Kpop, Does It Exist?
Right now T-ara is probably the most talked about group in Kpop right now, not for their music, but for the departure of member Hwayoung, and rumors of bullying, and rifts within the group. I have been reading article after article about this controversy, and I’ve read a variety of opinions about the girls of T-ara, and the public’s reactions. Now that all the news about … Continue reading My Take on the T-ara Controversy
OKAY! I have been sitting on this for a LONG TIME!!!! First, let me make clear what I am talking about. Thailand was recently effected by flooding, and soon after Block B visited Thailand where they did an interview with RYT9 (a news source). During the interview they were asked about the flooding, and this is what was said “I know that many people have … Continue reading Block B: My Take on The Thai Controversy