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Watch teens react to BTS, Black Pink, and EXO-CBX!

By alice101   Wednesday, November 9, 2016   48,112   1,148   0

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More teens react to K-pop's latest hit songs by BTS, Black Pink, and EXO-CBX


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In the video, brought to you by Fine Bros Entertainment, teenagers ranging from the ages of 15 to 18 react to "Blood, Sweat, & Tears" by BTS, "Playing with Fire" by Black Pink, and "Hey Mama!" by EXO-CBX. Reactors seem to enjoy not only the music but the aesthetics of the MVs and some awesome dance moves. 


One teen commented, "I never understood the inclusion of English" in K-Pop music. Also, after the reactions, the teens discuss how some YouTubers supposedly do K-Pop reaction videos simply to attract more viewers. What do you guys think? 


Watch their full reactions and listen to what they thought about the MVs above! 

  1. EXO-CBX
  2. (Bangtan Boys) BTS
  3. Black Pink


unscrewedhorses Thursday, November 10, 2016

The girl in the pink shirt makes me cringe, cuz I know that she's basically me lol.

PacifistDJ_OKO Thursday, November 10, 2016

racist country will mock their language

Taekira Thursday, November 10, 2016

Finebros, you didn't make them popular, you just boosted the inevitable, they were bound to be popular.

jessykim Wednesday, November 9, 2016

they didn't even react to blackpink well thats what it felt like it was ent by so fast

freysan Wednesday, November 9, 2016

I don't know about the others but I prefer this where people actually react and give feedbacks. It's a lot better than those 'fans' who do nothing but scream their heads off in their reaction vids or those who have nothing better to say than "wow," "cool," or "amazing!!" They all do it for views (and money) but at least have more sense than fake it so bad, it hurts.

_bWRECKED Wednesday, November 9, 2016

There are plenty of channels that react to K-pop as genuine K-poppers. Have any of you heard of SeoulMates, JREKML, or Steven Deng? They react and fill their channels with K-pop!

ladyzeze Thursday, November 10, 2016

JRE is life! He so funny.

unscrewedhorses _bWRECKED Thursday, November 10, 2016

JRE is my fave; a lot of reactors just sit and stare at the screen, whereas he body rolls and fanboys just like the rest of us. XD

_bWRECKED unscrewedhorses Thursday, November 10, 2016

True his reactions are always so accurate! He speaks for all of us K-poppers ^_^

JohnF _bWRECKED Thursday, November 10, 2016

I love listening to MRJ's K-pop reaction/reviews. He's the only one I watch.

_bWRECKED JohnF Thursday, November 10, 2016

you should check out JREKML and Steven Deng! They're like wayyyyy too funny >w>

MeniNova Wednesday, November 9, 2016

I find it disappointing that these big and popular channels such as  iiSuperwomanii and Fine Bros use other peoples' success for views! I doubt they even care as they're just jumping on the bandwagon for views and likes. These youtubers will do anything for comments and views. They don't care.

JungkookxYonghwa MeniNova Wednesday, November 9, 2016

I first fell in love with kpop thanks to a reaction video. I don't care if they get any benefit from it, I'm just thankful that they're introducing our favourite groups to a whole new group of people who could become fans in the future.

steadystrike MeniNova Wednesday, November 9, 2016

It's a symbiotic relationship

MeniNova JungkookxYonghwa Wednesday, November 9, 2016

I don't appreciate it when they react to videos but make unnecessary comments about it. Like, the content creators worked hard to create it only for someone to basically defecate on it for the purpose of making money and getting views because it's what's popular.

MeniNova steadystrike Wednesday, November 9, 2016

How is it a symbiotic relationship? Kpop has been doing well without popular nonkpop fans reacting to their videos.

cyrstel MeniNova Wednesday, November 9, 2016

You know for a fact that are one of the 1st YT channels to do KPop react right? Many of International KPoppers right now are KPoppers because they saw groups from FineBros. And most of them are EXO-Ls and ARMYs.

cyrstel Wednesday, November 9, 2016

*that they are

MeniNova cyrstel Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Well I became a Kpop fan because of my sister's Korean friend back in the mid 2000s.

cyrstel MeniNova Wednesday, November 9, 2016

I became a KPop fan bcoz I of Inuyasha the Anime, BoA has an OST on it and I happen to find the Korean Version accidentally. So yeah, what I meant is that "many" not "all" international fan are from YT reaction channels. Many doesn't even know KPop until those channels featured it.

MeniNova cyrstel Wednesday, November 9, 2016

And what I'm getting at in my previous comments is that I doubt a majority of these reactors are doing is because they're genuinely interested. They're following the trend and have found that reacting to Kpop videos will get them more views.

freysan MeniNova Thursday, November 10, 2016

I just have to defend iisuperwomanii from your elitist ass but she literally just complied to BTS's fans requests to react (she already stated it in the vid). She can survive without making a reaction of their song and even her latest post has easily surpassed it. She's just being nice and also so fans will stop hounding her. Same with FineBros. Dude, they have a lot of contents (I watch them regularly) and k-pop is just 1-2% in their whole channel. And they've been doing it for years. Not because they decided to include k-pop in their concept means they are leeching off of them. -_-

cyrstel MeniNova Thursday, November 10, 2016

They did say that those MVs featured are widely or hugely requested tho~ Maybe they aren't interested at all, but since many many people are actually requesting it. So no, FineBros are not just following the trend, they are actually answering the requests.

MeniNova cyrstel Thursday, November 10, 2016

But at the end of the day, they're profiting from something they probably could care less about.

cyrstel MeniNova Friday, November 11, 2016

They are profiting not just because they reacted to KPop. Kpop just happens to be the most requested series of their so many series. If you want them to stop reacting to KPop, you should tell that to the people who keeps on requesting it.

estheram Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Reaction videos are the most stupid thing I've ever seen. Period.

ladyzeze Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Then you need to see some reactions to K.will's- please don't, it never gets old.

Crazy_Dog Wednesday, November 9, 2016

boing idk what the point of reaction channels. it feels like there just leeching off the success of other content

MeniNova Crazy_Dog Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Exactly!

Lost_in_Paradise Crazy_Dog Wednesday, November 9, 2016

I wouldn't agree entirely, I like reactions because I want to see people's views from a non-fan perspective. How people who don't know these people at all view their music and their performance etc. It also makes me consider what I would think of it if I didn't know the idols. I think they can be interesting

Crazy_Dog Lost_in_Paradise Wednesday, November 9, 2016

i get ur point but all reaction channels still make money off other content creators hard work. while they just pick up a camera put a video on the side and they say stupid stuff like oh shit or oh damn every 20 seconds if ur lucky. a youtuber called gradaundera made plenty of goodpoints when it comes to reaction channels being cancer and uncreative imo

Lost_in_Paradise Crazy_Dog Thursday, November 10, 2016

I didn't deny it, but this is all for entertainment, ultimately the one clicking on the reaction videos are those who are interested and that just goes to show the curiosity and popularity of reaction channels, why stop them if they receive success?

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