no kpop fans are not "too soft"
it's like asking if Trump supporters are too open minded
not kpop, but i think this is the best mv of 2019 period
the people complaining are not the ones posting the threads
i think part of being a fan is being a little delusional
looks like the industry is trying to sabotage black pink by scheduling award shows on the same day as black pink concerts.
now that some kpop fans have been brainwashed to feel like victims over any and everything, i think people are having fun taking advantage of them.
that's not the government it the youtube channel
from a western point of view a greek mythology concept would be extremely generic.
7 deadly sins would kinda be too, but i think that could be...
the manipulating kpop uses to be successful makes people worse human beings
twitter overall can be pretty toxic
comparing kpop to wrestling is actually a pretty interesting comparison
i also have similar problems with crowds i think going with a group of friends is good advice. Also if it's going to be a bad experience you...
it might be true on average, but i think plenty of people in both places like both (+ multiple other concepts)
i know it won't happen, but i like the juxtaposition of a cute song with a hook similar to "fuck my life"
i would have to hear the reasoning behind the statement to decide if it's laughable or something to consider.
the premise of the thread is asking for examples of kpop groups that changed the face of kpop, so you don't have to say they were the first. it's...
that's not something bts introduced to the industry, and very small percentage of groups doing something doesn't qualify as a change in the industry.
i don't even think the western artists you mentioned "changed the face" of their industry.
For kpop i think any real industry changes should be...
more songs should mean more streams.
the ceo is the one primarily responsible for the success of bts