Here are my favourite KPOP and JPOP releases from last month! Read the rest of this entry
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 have not heard for a while. This means that my favourites change from time to time. My TOP 100 list is very dynamic and is never completely the same as the previous year’s list!
Here are my favourite releases from January 2017: Read the rest of this entry
Every Monday, an influential (and good looking) K-POP, C-POP or J-POP male idol will be featured! Read the rest of this entry
Here are some of my favourite comebacks from last month: Read the rest of this entry
Every Thursday I will post some of my favourite Korean songs from the past! Read the rest of this entry
Here are some of my favourite releases from last month! Read the rest of this entry
Here is a list of some of my favourite comebacks from August & September: Read the rest of this entry
Pop Goes the World held their annual KPOP Convention in Toronto last month. The weekend was full of fun workshops, giveaways, and merchandise sales. The best parts of the convention were the concerts by headlining acts, VIXX, G-Friend, DAY6, and GOT7. As much as I wanted to go to every concert, especially GOT7’s concert, I did not have enough money to attend all. I have already made a dent in my account from the other four concerts I attended this year. Read the rest of this entry
While I was procrastinating I got a really random idea. I thought, “Why don’t I make a video of some of my top biases from my favourite KPOP groups?”, and that is exactly what I did. Below is a short video of SOME of my favourite idols from well-known KPOP groups. I like a lot of groups, so I could not fit all into one video. I will probably make a part two when I am avoiding school work in the future.
Take a look at the video below and feel free to tell me who your biases are! Read the rest of this entry