k-pop · reviews

ATEEZ Don’t Stop To Ever Make Music, Thanks

ATEEZ are next up for a Universe release no one asked for with Don't Stop. Seems like the autotune from I'm The One is back. Can she stay away cause ATEEZ do not need it. Universe releases have been pretty much a hit or miss for us (mostly a miss) and this release is definitely… Continue reading ATEEZ Don’t Stop To Ever Make Music, Thanks

k-pop · reviews · Song End Of The Month Wrap Up

Songs We Would Like To Apologise To – January 2022 Edition

Welcome to a new end of the month series Songs We Would Like To Apologise To, where we look back on the songs released that month and which we would like to apologize to as we were either too harsh to them or too kind. Basically updating you on the songs we ended up listening… Continue reading Songs We Would Like To Apologise To – January 2022 Edition

k-pop · reviews · Roundup

K-POP Releases We Missed – Weekly Roundup For The Last Week Of January

Born out of lack of time and wanting to shed more spotlight on smaller groups, we welcome you to the weekly series for roundups, where we mention releases from the past week we missed to review but still want to comment on. January is about to be over and this month was so weird when… Continue reading K-POP Releases We Missed – Weekly Roundup For The Last Week Of January

k-drama · Review

Bite Sisters Is A Bite-Sized Drama Which Lacks Bite

Bite Sisters was a must watch for me with kick-ass ladies such as Kang Hanna, Kim Youngah, Choi Yoohwa being in the cast! This week is weirdly dry when it comes to K-Pop releases so we are bombarding you with new reviews! I finally have the time to sit down and write this review about… Continue reading Bite Sisters Is A Bite-Sized Drama Which Lacks Bite

k-drama · Review

One Ordinary Day Is Good Acting And Constant Anxiety Packed Into One

Kim Soohyun is back and while One Ordinary Day might be one of his best dramas acting wise it was also a source of my weekly anxiety for the past month. More about that in our review. One Ordinary Day was a relatively short watch but it gave me so much anxiety so it might've… Continue reading One Ordinary Day Is Good Acting And Constant Anxiety Packed Into One

k-movie · review

The Man From Nowhere Is An Action Thriller Classic For A Reason

The Man From Nowhere is an acclaimed Won Bin classic from 2010 and I've finally found the time to watch this absolute action masterpiece you'll read about in today's review. So maybe this movie had me crying about 10 times, so what? I've heard quite a few times about The Man From Nowhere (especially after… Continue reading The Man From Nowhere Is An Action Thriller Classic For A Reason

Debuts · k-pop · reviews

HOT DEBUT: LOVELYZ’s YEIN Is a Plus n Minus In Our Mind

After LOVELYZ's expected disbandment the girls are starting to venture down new roads. First up is Yeon debuting solo with digital single Plus n Minus. LOVELYZ's disbandment didn't really come as a surprise to me. I mean what was Woollim doing with them for the past two years? Not really anything right? It seems like… Continue reading HOT DEBUT: LOVELYZ’s YEIN Is a Plus n Minus In Our Mind

k-pop · reviews

PENTAGON Coming Back Has Us Feelin’ Like Nature Healed

PENTAGON is finally back after what feels like a century. They make their first return after Jinho's discharge with twelfth mini album IN:VITE U and title Feelin' Like. PENTAGON entering the men era of their career and I am very much here for it. The concept photos and teasers for this comeback were already sending… Continue reading PENTAGON Coming Back Has Us Feelin’ Like Nature Healed