Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 20/11/2017

Kpopalypse roundup is back!  Let’s check out this week’s new releases!

Scan-dol of the week – Binnie (Oh My Girl)

Note that there is no distinction between “normal” and “bonus songs” this week as the roundup this week has no relationship to the radio show, which was guest programmed by Nichiboy and MC TK from HQ Complex’s Nolja K-pop Party in Adelaide.  Also please note that Christmas songs will not appear in Kpopalypse roundup, they will feature in a special post later.

Red Velvet – Peek-A-Boo

All week I’ve been seeing everyone rave about this song, so I finally listened to it and… sorry but I don’t get the fuss, this is boring.

Samuel – Candy

Don’t accept songs called “Candy” from strangers.

BTOB – Way Back Home

I saw some boxing and thought we might get a hard track for once from these guys.  Oh well, maybe next time.

Jong Shin Yoon & Minseo – Yes

How about no.

Fly To The Sky – Your Season

I was reading about this group the other day and their history, and I didn’t realise how old they were.  Old enough to know better, surely.

Soyou, Sung Si Kyung – I Still

I was reading this article about how men masturbating in front of women is a frighteningly normal thing in the hotel industry, and the girls just kind of have to put up with it most of the time, and then I listened to this song and realised that I’m a victim too.  I have to put up with this musical masturbation each and every week, and if I don’t subject myself to all of it and write about why I like it or not, people aren’t going to fire the singers and take them to court, they’ll just complain that I’m not doing my job.

Swings ft. Jay Park, Crush – Clock Out

Swings is even more proof (just in case you needed any) that netizen hate just doesn’t matter.  He just keeps on keeping on despite the fact that he’s done just about everything one can do to piss off the Internet.  I’d stan him if he only had any songs worth a shit.

Bigone – Windmill

Don’t you just love a bit of hard-Autotuned trap R&B ballad to brighten your day.  What, you don’t?  Oh wait… me neither.

Banhana – Someday

You can take a runny dump in between the beats of this song without breaking the flow.

LambC – Lady

My brother has the exact same keyboard that is used here as part of his concert rig.  Hopefully he spares me and never learns this song.

Ali – No Way

I like the video because the girl genuinely looks like she’s in pain from listening to this shit.

George – Boat

It’s like a low-rent version of that Lonely Island song, the one with the joke that wore off by 2010, and just like that song, once the novelty is gone there’s no reason to care about this either.

Baek Z Young – Destiny

Baek Z Young gets told off for being a shit employee all the way through this video, but you can’t blame your employees for having low morale and performance if you’re going to give them songs like this to sing.

Johee – Goodbye Now

I always feel with these vertical strip videos that I’m being cheated.  It’s not art, it’s you robbing us of 70% of the content.

Jura, Yumdda, No.11, Ekko – Yahe

Here’s my obligatory non-ironic link to an Asian Junkie article that covers all the important questions you might have about this song.

Koh Nayoung – Clumsy

Those of you who criticised my “R&B is shit” post for cherry-picking and not having enough examples in it – are you actually fucking serious?  Really?  There’s like half a dozen fucking pieces of shit like this in every Roundup over the last year, how many fucking examples do you need?  And if that wasn’t enough, we get the toot-toots in this one too, so you should be able to clear up any questions about tropical shithouse in the very same song.

Kiggen ft. Solar – Cloudy

It was a big week for boring R&B-influenced crap, too.  It’s like the whole of the Korean music industry read my R&B post and your comments and decided to back up all my points.


Wa Wa Nee – So Good

And for those of you who think I should study up more on American culture before criticising R&B, well sure, I can certainly do that, but maybe you should also return the favour and study up more on Australian culture before criticising my writing.  Any country that America isn’t bombing at any given moment just for lulz, or secretly trying to destabilise governments of (not fun when Russia does it to you but where do you think they learned that trick from), America is using “soft power” on by exporting its cultural trash and then expecting everyone else in the world to not just like it but even understand and regurgitate it all in its correct context, which trust me, cunts in other countries honestly just couldn’t be fucked with especially after all the other bullshit you guys have put us through.  So fuck k-pop for a few minutes, here’s your first Australian cultural lesson – while in America tits are pretty much banned from free-to-air TV shows because “it’s a sin” or “think of the children” or whatever (even though you can basically show reality snuff films AKA “news” at any time of day or night if it’s deemed important enough), in Australia it was always acceptable to have exposed female nipples on TV as long as they weren’t there during designated children’s TV time.  This video above came with three versions.  There was a “daytime” version with no nudity at all just in case the song hit the top 40 because chart shows like “Take 40 Australia” was broadcast right during peak children’s cartoon watching time, the “evening” version that showed a little bit of the nudity but didn’t have the whole glorious “nipples rubbing against the bedpost” action, and the “late night” 12-inch mix version above that had everything in it.  However all three versions did contain approximately equal mullet action, and Australia’s love affair with the mullet was very strong during this time.  Be sure to observe the above video closely and learn about Australian culture, there’ll be questions later cunts.  Oh and on a slightly-related side-note, anyone who can hit me up with a copy of all the complete seasons of similar-looking T&A-friendly forgotten early-1990s Australian soap opera “Chances” feel free to make yourselves known via the usual channels, the fapgods will thank you.

That’s all for this week, more Kpopalypse roundup next week!

9 thoughts on “Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 20/11/2017

  1. this week was one of the boring ones this year heck event he most boring one… btob can’t really change their style cause whatever the reason is.. and that’s bad.

  2. Never seeing tits on TV in the usa is one of the reasons I don’t even have a TV anymore; thank God internet porn is so ubiquitous. Wa Wa Nee (I’ll forget their name in 10 minutes) and their model’s tits did get my attention long enough to watch the whole video, but let me question once more Korean culture for not even believing women have tits (even though they’re the first thing babies see.) Afaik, Korea doesn’t even have any porn, but prostitution is huge (just to show, it comes out another way if you ban it.)

    • You haven’t been watching korean videos on youtube for long enough if you haven’t been recommended any k-porn or entertainment shows where everything except boobs are the side feature.

  3. I’m guessing the reason you didn’t do the wanna one comeback is because it’s eight minutes long and boring as fuck. are you waiting for the performance version or are you just not gonna do it?

    I know you’re opinion is probably gonna be ‘its boring and sucks’ but I’m still curious

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