k-pop · reviews

The 23 Members of NCT Are A Resonance 

Is this a group or an entire army? We are not sure but we certainly are here for NCT's infinite number of members concept. And we really enjoyed the groups project this year and are glad to see it end with Resonance as a follow up to NCT2018's Black on Black. Hello everyone, today is… Continue reading The 23 Members of NCT Are A Resonance 

k-movie · review

The Iconic Miss Granny Makes Us Laugh But Also Teaches Us important Life Lessons

It's a surprise I haven't seen the legendary Miss Granny until now but I totally understand why it became a huge box office hit back in 2014 when it was released. Interesting plot, utterly charming cast and direct (and sometimes ridiculous) humour wrapped in some important lessons about life, family and aging - a jackpot.… Continue reading The Iconic Miss Granny Makes Us Laugh But Also Teaches Us important Life Lessons

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Happy 20 Years With BoA – The Queen Is Back And Is Better Than Ever

BoA is back today to celebrate her 20th anniversary in the industry with her 10th full-album Better and it couldn't be better. [INFINITE Voice] OH, She's back, she's back! BoA is back everyone! I was so excited for this comeback and was waiting patiently for it and I am gonna reveal right away that I… Continue reading Happy 20 Years With BoA – The Queen Is Back And Is Better Than Ever

Artist Spotlight · k-pop

Artist Spotlight: Park Jihoon, Nation’s Second Pick That The Nation Needs To Appreciate More

Park Jihoon's newest incredible yet under appreciated comeback has inspired us to dedicate a whole Artist Spotlight section for this incredible singer, rapper, dancer, actor... a true all-rounder. Let's take a look into this young artist you should keep your eyes on and his diverse discography. Hello friends and welcome to another Artist Spotlight, this… Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Park Jihoon, Nation’s Second Pick That The Nation Needs To Appreciate More

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ONEUS Saves Us From The Dark Grungy Concepts With BBUSYEO 

ONEUS is back with their first digital single album BBUSYEO and since the first teasers dropped we couldn't contain our excitement since we are desperate for more refreshing concepts! In ONEUS we trust for more refreshing boy group comebacks! I was so pleasantly surprised to see the announcement for this single and the teasers told… Continue reading ONEUS Saves Us From The Dark Grungy Concepts With BBUSYEO 

Debuts · k-pop · reviews

HOT DEBUT: ENHYPEN Is Wondering If Their Debut Was Given-Taken 

The highly anticipated boy group ENHYPEN formed through Mnet's I-Land is making their debut today! As avid watchers of the survival show we were intrigued to see what BELIFT LAB's first boy group would present to us with their debut album and Given-Taken. My monster rookie children have come. I mean we are all not… Continue reading HOT DEBUT: ENHYPEN Is Wondering If Their Debut Was Given-Taken 

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GOT7 Is Showing Us They Are Our Last Piece 

GOT7 gave us a first taste of their album last week with Breath and today they are back with their full-album Breath of Love: Last Piece and title song Last Piece. All of the boys have helped to compose and write this album and it does truly feel personal and soothing for their fans. My… Continue reading GOT7 Is Showing Us They Are Our Last Piece 

Debuts · k-pop · reviews

HOT SOLO DEBUT: Kai Is Finally Here With His KOLO 开 Mmmh 

After waiting what feels like 600 years EXO's Kai is finally debuting solo today with his first mini album Kai 开 and title song Mmmh. Jongin has been teasing us all month long with a massive amount of teaser pictures and we were expecting the solo debut of the century. And we were not disappointed… Continue reading HOT SOLO DEBUT: Kai Is Finally Here With His KOLO 开 Mmmh 

k-book · Review

Han Kang’s The Vegetarian is somewhat realistic, but mostly just bloody and animalistic

First published back in 2007, Han Kang's The Vegetarian is still quite the talk of the town with her unusual and quite vivid approach to life, marriage, and, as the title says, eating meat. It has since 2007 been translated into twenty-three languages. Following my review of Han Kang's incredible Human Acts, here is my… Continue reading Han Kang’s The Vegetarian is somewhat realistic, but mostly just bloody and animalistic

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Chungha Tells You To Not Make Her Dream Of You 

The queen is back with yet another pre-release single in anticipation of her upcoming full-album, which is slated to drop in December! Dream Of You is a collaboration with DJ R3HAB and it bops hard. Chungha has really been giving us incredible music this entire year and I couldn't be more grateful for that. I've… Continue reading Chungha Tells You To Not Make Her Dream Of You