Songs I Hated At First But Love Now // because first impressions aren’t everything

Hello blog-readers 😀 Today’s post is going to be a fun one to write and hopefully a fun one for y’all to read. You know when you hear a song on the radio and you just… don’t like it, but you hear it a few more times and gradually you fall in love with it. This has happened to me a lot so I thought that it would be cool to write up a blog post on it. Read More


K-DRAMA REVIEW(s): Dream Knight & To Be Continued // web series starring two kpop groups i adore

I asked my Twitter followers about what posts they’d like to see through a poll. Discussion won, but since I knocked that off of the list I thought that I might as well write the posts in order of the amount of votes they got so here I am! The second and third results were K-Drama and K-Pop, respectively, so being the efficient human bean I am, why not somehow combine them both into one post? I’m creative so I chose two web series that I’ve watched and here’s the thing – they both have K-Pop groups as the main stars! Smart, aye? Read More




My Favorite K-Pop Music Videos // y’all better not be bored of these posts cause this was my favorite to write

One of my favorite parts of K-Pop would have to be the music videos. Whether it be the complex ones that fans have millions of theories for or just wonderful choreography or visuals or a mix of all of the above, I always love them. There’s something about K-Pop music videos that always reels me in and has me coming back for more. Read More


My Favorite Korean Rappers // they’re basically all babies that sound like they could be drug lords

My post roughly a week ago on my favorite Korean singers seemed to do surprisingly well (honestly, i thought it’d flop) and I promised to do a rapper version, so here it is! I won’t sugar coat this – I had absolutely no interest in rap and the R&B or Hip Hop genre at all but then I noticed the rapping in some of the BTS songs I was listening to and was drawn in. Read More



K-DRAMA REVIEW: Part-Time Idol // untalented k-pop trainees becoming idols & lots of G-Dragon love

part-time_idolTitle: Part-Time Idol
Hangul: 비정규직 아이돌
Network: SBS
Genre: Music, Drama
Episodes: 5
Broadcasting Dates: All episodes released Nov 27, 2017
Language: Korean
Source: Watched on Netflix

Synopsis: The storyline takes place at an entertainment agency. After creating a bunch of famous idols, a producer begins to question the whole process of making a star, so he goes on a break for a few years. Once he returns to the company, he gathers some trainees left on the back burner and tries to launch a co-ed idol group. The trainees undergo some peculiar training to debut in this group.

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