Finally, Pledis Entertainment (one of the worse Korean entertainment companies) came out of its hell hole and officially announced the disbandment of Pristin. It only took them two years. I wish they did this for After School instead of Lizzy having to confirm the group’s death randomly, but that is another story.
In this post, I will be talking about the idols of the ’97-line! The featured Korean and Japanese idols will be turning or have turned 21 years old (international age) this year! Do not forget to check out the featured idols in past age-line posts!
Here are my favourite Korean, Chinese, and Japanese comebacks from May 2018!
My first “Top 100 Korean Songs” list was released TWO YEARS ago. Time really flies. There are hundreds, maybe, thousands of Korean songs released every year. I quickly get bored of songs after listening to them for a while. In some cases, my love for certain songs is renewed when I listen to songs I… Continue Reading
Here are my favourite releases from March 2017: