and other updates

We decided to make an Not sure if we might keep it or not, but we’re willing to give it a shot.

Have fun.

Also due to the explosively positive comments on our friends’ post we decided that another guest writer might be a fun experience.



11 responses to “ and other updates

  1. After School Club is a show on arirang tv that allows kpop groups or artists to get interviewed by Eric Nam and Led Apple’s Hanbyul. They are so cheesy, it hurts to watch. Eric and Hanbyul translate in English. Notable groups that have been interviewed:
    Girl’s Day
    The next group I predict is coming up is Bangtan Boys.

  2. I really like your, it’s fun and I want you to keep it. I’m the guy who asked about LC9. I thought you guys would like them, whoops, was I wrong. I loved their debut, it was colorful and it was different. After that I heard them cover dynamic duo, for me it was confirmed their vocals were amazing (The raps… were… far less superior in my opinion, just good). Time will tell if they’re actually great at rapping. Their dancer(the guy at the lower left) is… good, but his voice hasn’t matured fully. Their visual isn’t the guy that reminds you of Exo-M Kris and T.O.P. It’s the guy in the stripes, his face is so defined(nose too) It doesn’t look like their could’ve been surgery plastic because I think the doctors would’ve went for something more softer to avoid suspicions.

    As of right now, they are the most notable rookie debut, with Bangtan Boys coming at a close 2nd (their raps are amazing, vocals are good)

    Rasa – Park Gunwoo – August 9, 1989 (age 23) – Leader, Lead Vocalist, Rapper
    E.Den -Park Hyungjin – March 4, 1991 (age 22) – Main Rapper
    J-Hyo – Kim Jonghyo – June 5, 1992 (age 21) – Lead Vocalist, Lead Rapper
    King – Dong Wooseok – April 3, 1993 (age 20) Main Vocalist
    Jun – Park Junyoung -February 23, 1994 (age 19) Vocalist, Visual
    AO – Kang Hyunsoo -June 18, 1996 (age 17) Maknae, Vocalist, Main Dancer

    • Thank you so much. As for the group, we have not been up to date with debuts or comebacks this year, so we have nothing to compare it to. (The Peach watched and answered) I just felt it was not dazzeling enough, a debut now in kpop needs to be beyond spectacular, the song really did not showcasr any talents and the drama version was just too kitschy. Very few agencies have a clear direction when debuting a group, so it is not the members fault but if this year is like last year with dozens of debuts thay.kind of video will not cut it. Regardless if anyone likes EXO they had a very well planned debut, it was treated as a production not just flashy but a substantial plot and excellent CGI and most impressive of all a crazy build up that contributed to the actual plot of the video. That is now the standard we measure other debuts by.

    • We would love it if you did.
      All you need to do is review the song and video separately and we will format the rest.
      We will directly email you from our blog email so you have an address to send your review back to us.
      Thank you so much.

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