The top ten k-pop songs from winter 2017.
Category: Pop of the East
My 17 Favorite K-pop songs of Winter 2017: Intro and 17-11
Last year I made an iTunes list of my favorite 31 k-pop songs of 2016. And then I thought about everything I left out, and the order kept changing. Finally, I just gave up. This year, I’ve decided to try it seasonally. The list is down to a more manageable 17 songs. (I’m surprised my…
K-Pop Round Up: Fei of Miss A makes K-Pop worth talking about
Fei has released her solo debut, and the REIGN OF JYP continues.
What Happened to the Fashion in K-Pop?
Netizens have lamented the use of “fake” brand names. Leave it to them to take an extremely important issue and trivialize it.
Sistar Enter a New Era with “I Like That”
Sistar are a blockbuster pop group. Everything they do–from sound, to harmonies, to visuals–operate on a higher level.
EXO Pull A WTF with EX’ACT
I wrote before that EXO were hopelessly mediocre, and now I must write this letter of apology.
The World’s Boy Idol Group: EXO’s Double Title Tracks Conjure Greater Artists
EXO are like Marvel films, they are so huge that you watch and discuss even if you don’t want to. They are a cultural phenomenon. They are the one thing within their respective genres that you can talk about and know that everyone has seen and heard the same thing.
K-Pop Roundup: Girl Idols Exid, CLC, Fiestar, and Luna toggle the middle with final thoughts on Jonghyun
I finally played through Jonghyun’s album, She is, and after a dry spell, May and June have been very busy with new releases.
K-Pop Round Up: Oh My Girl rule, Jong Hyun is typically perfect, Boyfriend and Baek A Yeon surprises
So I was going to wait until the end of June to do a half year ranking. But Oh My Girl decided to just win 2016 this week. Before we get to that…
K-Pop Girl Roundup: Lovelyz, Twice, and G-Friend
Well, Lovelyz have made their comeback, and GFriend pulled some Beyonce stepping on Amerie, Kelly, and Tinashe ish by releasing some song for American Tourister, a luggage brand that’s supposedly “high end” (I don’t see it). God, I love pop music.
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