[Music Monday] Day6

Day6 has captured my heart with all of their releases and I can’t seem to stop replaying their new heartfelt breakup song “You Were Beautiful” because it is absolutely beautiful. The mesmerizing lyrics combined with the reel of romantic moments between the couple (although the first half with the main actress alone wasn’t as impressive). Nevertheless, their songs never fail to hit me right in the feels ever since “Congratulations.” Planning to release 2 songs every month this year, Day6 is most definitely a band to look out for because they are amazing! Make sure you read the lyrics too because I can’t even explain how great they are not to mention their heavenly vocals from each member (except Dowoon lol).

 

[Music Monday]Block B – Walking in the Rain

Every time Block B comes out with a new album I get super excited! Not only do they have some of the most entertaining music videos, I love Zico’s musical genius and lately, it seems he has been in love with all his recent releases…

With their recent releases of Toy and A Few Years Later, they most definitely took a more tamed approach with this album (just don’t listen to Bingeul Bingeul). I was digging Toy but not as much as some of their other songs. There are few groups/artists that I would listen to their entire album to scope out a good song and Block B is one of them. So, I listened to the entire Blooming Period album to find this gem, Walking in the Rain. Hands down, it is my favorite song off this album and deserves a listen. I find the lyrics pretty darn adorable too!

Also, Taeil’s voice is always heavenly.

Choreography FAVORITES (pt1)

Since I am incredibly indecisive, I’m not going to rank the videos in any order. This is just a compilation of a few of the many choreography that I’ve grown fond of in the realm of K-pop. This is a personal favorite list and you’re most likely not going to see that many iconic dances such as Sorry Sorry or Gee, but hey you might discover more! This post will focus on the choreography I find really impressive in skill and technicality.

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Hi I’m Back (Kind of)

Although I’m incredibly busy, I have recently decided that I need to go back into looking up K-pop videos! Thus resulting in many hours wasted when I REALLY should be doing other things. There have been so many new changes in the past few months I have been inactive in the K-pop scene, but I will try to share much more now! In the midst of rekindling, I have found favor in the group Seventeen. Although I (sort of) followed them predebut, I think it took too long for them to do anything so I lost interest. HOWEVER, I LIKE THEM NOW. Although, it seems that I don’t recognize much from predebut except Mingyu. I didn’t follow that closely predebut either so yeah.

Here’s a video that deserves more attention because it’s super cool! It’s not a music video nor a dance practice. It is the “Performance Version” and it’s pretty awesome and needs more views.

[Music Mondays] 1TYM

I just realized how long it’s been since I posted on this blog, so I deeply apologize for my lack of activity. But it’s sad to say that the K-pop phase in my life is slowly fading and I am not the squealing fan girl I used to be. Yet, that hasn’t stopped me from listening to an overwhelming amount of Korean music, so let’s not be sad. I still have an array of music ready to be shared with the world! Let’s talk about 1TYM and about how they are pretty awesome and I saw Danny Im once and I don’t think I realized it was him. DANNY IM <3.

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[Music Monday] Music is My Life

I recently started watching the K-drama Persevere Goo Hae Ra and it centers around a girl trying to achieve her dream of completing a song her father left for her before her death. During the Superstar K2 audition, there were numerous acts and it slowly built up into a great performance and rendition of the song Music is My Life. I’m not going to lie, one of the reasons I started this drama was for Henry Lau, and he starts it off with beatboxing. Then, I absolutely fell in love with Ulala Session’s Park Kwang Sun’s voice and Yoo Sung Eun. Ahh~<3. Let’s just mention other names like Jin Young and Huh Gak. ^.^