1. Many disguise "Unpopular Opinions" just with the intent to drag artists they don't like It's a petty way of saying "I hate this popular group and here's why you should too" without being so obvious. Just ignore them if you really don't like them, you don't have to convince me that a group sucks. That's why I'm going to try lifting underrated artists in this post instead of bringing people down. My only criticism will be towards the industry 2. Boombayah Team 1 hate is uncalled for All they wanted to do was win the challenge and perform the song they wanted. Everybody competed against somebody lower ranked than them (that's why the Avengers team was the last team to get picked). And why do you assume the leader didn't pick Japanese trainees because she was "racist" or "thought they were untalented?" She likely wanted Korean trainees because the communication would be better. And Erii stans are like, don't bully her because she's only 14 years old! Meanwhile, Boombayah team 1 also has a 14-year-old and hating them is encouraged, mainly by Erii supporters. 3. Fiestar was the perfect girl group You had a variety queen who was a foreigner, an amazing rapper, a beauty queen/rising actress, 2 amazing vocalists, and originally an English speaking member. They were all super pretty, versatile, and their discography is one of the best in Kpop. It's a shame they never hit it big. 4. Bling Bling and B-Day weren't bad I liked both of these songs when they came out. B-Day is still my favorite iKON song. 5. UNB and Uni.T deserve more love I wasn't a fan of some people who made the final lineup, but both groups put out some of the best songs of the year. They've all been through so much and both groups are talented. 6. I like Daisy's raps in BAAM and Bboom Bboom They're funny and a nice break from the regular flow of the song. 7. Block B's Don't Leave and Shall We Dance should have been a huge hits Don't Leave is a powerful ballad that is catchy and kinda reminds me of The Last Dance by Big Bang. Shall We Dance is so catchy and fun. They should have charted better 8. Gugudan and N.Flying get better every comeback Their discography is amazing and every time I think they can't get any better, they do. 9. There should be more co-ed groups People say it's too risky and controversial, but not many companies have tried over the years. KARD had a good response, so I think if they were promoted well, they could be very big. 10. It's frustrating how whenever a lesser-known GG gets popular, they get hate Out of the hundreds of Kpop GG groups in the industry, only one seems to make it big every year. And every time it happens, people nonstop complain. It's like people complain how small groups deserve attention, but the few that do have to fight public backlash. It happened to Crayon Pop, EXID, and now Momoland. I'm not saying you have to like these groups, but do you have to publicly hate them on forums? What do you think?