Discussion in 'K-pop' started by Hitori, Mar 7, 2013.
Honestly, just what the fuck.
This is way too freaking good. Like... How?!
Do I like this song or do I just like the fact they seem to be holding Sailor Moon props?
A dusty and bleary-eyed @Cotton Park will emerge from some dark corner, offer you all some Coke Zero and say, "Hey, you finally showed up... just about to press play on 'Hurt Locker.' Have a seat... Sit, sit, sit... well, not over there... the cat... y'know.... yeah..."
Anyway...here's a class I recommend...
Making An Absolutely Perfect KPop Video 101:
Meets Tuesday and Thursdays, 2:30pm
Here is a reminder of what gugudan did and other girls didn’t
What a bop.
This came on the radio.
It's probably the closest we'll get to K-pop here.
This is a bop and a half
That new version of Brave Girls Rollin' came on shuffle on Spotify and destroyed me, holy fuck! That sax left me in tatters! It's one of the best songs of all time in any configuration
That was at the top of my playlist for two months. So was the remake of High Heels which is even better than the original.
And I'm listening to this right now:
KISS MY LIPS. ICONIC, UNDERRATED, ALL SELF WRITTEN AND COMPOSED. BoA really is the QUEEN of Kpop. I love this album. SO MUCH.
'All my hood unnies'
"L O O K at me I don't lose to ANYONE*
*besides Jennifer Lawrence, Rachel McAdams and Amanda Seyfried"
Queen of not letting your ego go to your head and stanning basic white film stars.
Also two of the members have amazing voices and then another two sounds like ACTUAL Hyoyeons so idk how to feel about this group.
Okay, I think it's official.
Seoul has more idols (or wannabe idols) than actual college students. The song is decidedly not terrible, though.
We love a good space bop.
EXY STEP ON ME
The moment the beat comes in and Bom does her part snatches me every single time. A timeless classic.
This is growing on me:
Update: I heard this coming from a juice stall in a shopping centre.
It's definitely K-Pop.
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