Howdy Y’all. So for some reason, the past week or two has been full of loss. It seemed to be a topic of conversation occurring in many different forms wherever I went. I found it quite interesting and it got me thinking quite a bit. Due to the odd number of experiences I’ve had in the past two weeks, this will probably be an ongoing thing having multiple posts. Don’t worry, I myself haven’t experienced a loss recently.
So let’s start this off with a Music Monday coming from Nell. Nell is somewhat of a K-rock band consisting of 4 members and under the same label as Infinite, Woollim. The song I want to talk about is “The Day Before.” Although there are a lot of music videos that pertain to the topic of losing someone, I just found “The Day Before” to be so beautifully shot.
K-pop faces many criticism toward the feminine male idols. They spend more time on their hair and apply more make up than me. How are there so many flower boys in the Korean entertainment industry, and why are they all prettier than me?! Not necessarily a bad thing, but come on. We must all get that little weird feeling when you sometimes accidentally mistake one of them as a girl when you scroll too fast on Tumblr. Here’s a list of my personal favorites. Continue reading
Prepix has been known to work with B2ST many times before, especially with choreographing many of their dances. The dance group is known in the K-pop world collaborating with C-Clown, Jay Park, and G.na. So they borrowed Yoseob to sing a song for them that they have created wonderful choreography to, as always. Check it out!
One of the many things that we love in K-pop are the dance practice videos. Lately, they’ve become even more common than before with most promotional songs having a dance practice video released along with it. We love them but they’re usually simple videos of the K-pop star in the practice room. Most of the time you can’t even see their faces clearly. So why do we like them so much?