The Korean pop music scene has been constantly changing since its cocneption. Nowadays, produced tracks can contain influences from rock, jazz, gospel, R&B, dance, country, folk amongst many others. It's a music scene full of experiments. However, with experimenting comes a series of ups and downs. Today, I'm going to be exploring K-Pop with the last decade in mind. Why? Well, it's certainly been an adventure.
The nomination period for the first ever AGAHA Awards has now closed and now it's time to get voting! Who will win? Only you can decide! Voting closes on January 1st 2020.
Although I'm not particuarly one to keep up to date with award ceremonies such as the Oscars, I've always wondered what it'd be like to host my own little award show. I don't know why I've got the need to do this, but we're doing it. It's time for a little bit of fun!
SHINee have just reached their tenth anniversary this week and, although I somewhat refuse to believe that they've been around ten years, I thought I'd celebrate it by giving you my top ten SHINee songs!
If you've been watching the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics, you've probably come across some incredible sounding music already, especially if you watched the outstanding Opening Ceremony. But what are those songs? I'm here to introduce you to the world of K-Pop!
The following will be an emotional mess but I'm not going to apologise and, as a devoted fan of SHINee for over five years now, I shouldn't have to. I'm not expecting many people to read this, but even if you didn't know who he was, I'd appreciate it if you could read just a little bit.
As I mention in my review, it's an emotional rollercoaster. It's often heartbreaking to watch and I shouted at my laptop screen quite a few times whilst watching it. Orange definitely has it's flaws, I'm not going to deny that. What I do take into account in my rating, however, is its boldness and bravery with its inclusion of controversial topics.
There She Is!! is a Korean Flash cartoon series based on a Korean comic strip called 어떤날 - literally One Day - which was published between November 2000 and March 2002 on a Braille newspaper. It follows the story of an anthropomorphic bunny and cat who are in a relationship together in a world where such relationships are a taboo.
Every convention I've been to has been incredible. However, today, I'm going to be discussing about my dream convention. I'm going to be discussing who would attend my con, where it'd take place and much more, so grab a cuppa and stick around because this is going be a long one!
It's the start of a new month, which means it's time to see what I've been listening to over the past four weeks! This month has seen more Japanese tracks being added to my favourites, balancing out the excessive amount of K-Pop from last month. So, what tracks have I been liking this month?