It’s been a hell of a year for K-pop released, with incredible music videos and music show performances. But it turns out, in my opinion, artists don’t always release the best song on their mini-album as the title track.
Following from the Best K-pop songs of 2019 Part 1, which ended with my favourite new group of the year, Hinapia, here’s the (highly anticipated, I’m sure) second and final part.
It turns out 2019 was a great year to be a K-pop fan. From strong debuts from the likes of Itzy and Everglow, to powerful comebacks from Twice, Chung Ha and Mamamoo, 2019 truly was the year to be a multi-stan.
I hadn’t seen any of the hype surrounding Netflix’s new release The Society apart from a few tweets the week of. I somehow managed to find the time to binge all 10 episodes four days after its launch and haven’t been able to stop thinking about it ever since.
This blog is slowly becoming focused on K-Pop, but I feel like it has taken over my life since I started listening to it. I’m completely fine with that, by the way.
I’ve made it no secret that I’m a huge K-pop fan after having got into it in January 2017. But given the fact that it isn’t mainstream popular in the UK, I never thought I’d get to see the artists or groups I like perform live. Luckily, I was wrong.
BLACKPINK’s Jennie has released her solo music video, aptly titled Solo. I’ve been eagerly waiting for the visuals since I found out it was filmed in London and I’m a big fan of Jennie, anyway. But the song and MV are even better than I had hoped.
The latest episode of The Walking Dead season 9 included the long-awaited exit of Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes. His departure from the show was confirmed months ago and I’ve been eagerly awaiting his final scenes ever since. I have mixed feelings now, and I’ll get into that, but mainly, I’m excited.
2018 is the year I re-discovered K-Pop and fully allowed it to take over my life. I read a Billboard list of the best K-Pop released of 2017 and have practically only listened to K-Pop ever since. I used to
A movie featuring two of my favourite actresses – Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively – as well as the ridiculously good looking Henry Golding and Andrew Rannells. Surely it’s too good to be true? Well, no. In this case, it’s not.