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Discussion in 'K-POP' started by botmy, May 26, 2018.
Definitely not haha. I listen to kpop the least out of all the music that I listen to.
Nah. I listen to Beartooth, rock n' roll, throw back music, and current pop too.
i don't think anyone only listens to kpop, if they did then wow.
i listen to a lot of chinese music, probably more then kpop - also a lot of anime instrumental osts. of course english pop as well but recently it's so full of rap music i tend avoid it nowadays.
I listen to anything and am not limited to just K-pop. If I only listened to K-pop I'd be missing out on a lot of great music, in English or other languages.
Kpop is like the 80% that I listen to on a daily basis but I also listen to all kind of genres
i also listen to cpop, jpop, and tpop at times, along with jrock
i also listen to rock, dubstep, edm, house, etc
and some western pop
kpop and emo/alternative (only bands that i listened to before getting into kpop tho like mcr, panic!, fob, paramore, deaf havana)
I always like to try listening various music from various countries.
I know, Western Music, JPOP, CPOP, Taiwan POP, Vietnam POP, Indonesian POP, Vietnam POP, Thailand POP, Philipine POP, Indian POP, , Latin POP, even Central asian pop i've tried
About 99% of the time, I listen to just kpop. I really need to listen to other genres......
i listen to grunge, rock n roll, c-pop, rap, and current american pop
for the most part, yeah
I listen to whatever comes to mind lol Like, I'm listening to a kpop music then suddenly I want to listen to Lion King's soundtrack, then when I finish I change to an old song, then to dubstep and goes on and on.
But I do admit that kpop has become 50% of what I listen nowadays (even 60% depending on the day).
For the most part yeah. I've tried so hard to give other music a try but I haven't been able to get into much other than kpop and eventually i got tired of making myself feel like a pathetic koreaboo just because I haven't found the right artists yet...so basically I stopped trying so hard.
I don't really remember any american artists because I've found kpop more endearing
I listen to kpop like 50% of the time tbh; but as for the rest, I'm fond of rock from the '90s and early '00s and indie rock/folk, as well as jrock, hip hop and rap.
I have a weird music taste lol. I also like jpop and cpop as well as some western hiphop and indie pop.
Not at all I was born in a country, moved to another so I have two different music cultures, mine and the expat one, then there's America and after all that I listen to kpop since 2013...
I've been listening to kpop a lot less as the years go by. These days i'm getting really into hip hop and other western bops so kpop isn't the only thing i listen to anymore. I still listen but you know, not as much.
Low-key yes, but maybe I'll go back to listening to English pop music, it's just that there's so much to Look forward to in K-pop.