Um... yes, I have zero inspo to do a video on YT so I do a thread here. Yes they aren't unpopular and they shouldn't be, really! <3 Also you can post your unpopular opinion on korean culture, netizens, kpop and so on so we could build a bit of PEACEFUL talk. 1. Companies should thake a break from debuting groups - regardless if female or male, the kpop market is too full for new groups. The groups debuting per year are hundreds upon hundreds and they disband way too fast. This can harm the mental health of the idols which were in the disbanded groups. 2. Not everyone should be a big deal in the American market. Yes, I said it. To all idols and groups that were/are big or at least known in that market - thank God you have what you wanted/deserved. But a group can be successful and still not be a big thing in the American market. There is more continents than North America, after all. 3. Not all idols should be amazing dancers to be able to make good performances. The bars for artists in kpop is ridiculously high and I don't see why? I don't understand why an idol should be amazing dancer when they might have amazing stage precense and really stable vocals? For real, not everyone should be perfect in everything and knetz should realise that 4. Discrediting old groups' impact and popularity simply because they weren't as big as some groups now, is just disrespectful and delusional. I don't judge the groups themselves, but the fans. Kpop stans have become incredibly less thoughtful and realistic over the past years. 6. Kpop shouldn't be taken to an obsession. Many, and when I mean many, I mean A LOT of kpop stans go to high roads to be close to their faves. Kpop is a music genre and it should stay like that. It shouldn't be anyone's whole life or anyone's only reason to live 7. Mental health should be a thing in kpop. I think that just like Mina from TWICE took a break for her mental health and stability, every idol should have that break - when they feel the need of it. Mental health should be more talked out in korean media and between koreans too 8. Kpop fans should normalize dating and sex - yes idols are just like all of us and do sex, do the dating and everything. These two shouldn't be a taboo topics! (not that we should talk about anyone's sex life, but in general, I don't think we should be disgusted by sex - we all came from it!) 10. Many kpop idols need proper vocal coaches. I don't really know the vocal coaches of all my faves or all idols in general, but it's clear that most need proper vocal coaches and time to learn. 11. I don't mind when groups have a one comeback per year. After all most groups who have a ocmeback per year are generally active and busy until the next comeback. But if you are gonna make a group comeback one time per year then you should definitely polish everything - from concept to stage presence. For real for one year a group can change drastically (in a good and bad way, depending on the company) and the standards set for that group are high, so you obviously should do as much as possible for that group. 12. Stan culture is toxic and many need reality check. It's not like I say the truth, but I do Many stans try to bash others for the sake of "saving" their faves from hate (they don't save them, but embarass them most of the time) and generally say awful things to one another and to artists/idols who haven't done anything bad to them Whoever has read that thank you!