Kpopalypse reviews the drama video career of Yua Mikami

A frequent criticism of Kpopalypse blog is that it’s somewhat short of TV drama content, and this is a weakness of the site that I cannot deny.  After all, many people who are into Korean idols also like Korean dramas, but those people aren’t well-catered to on this site, which is all about music and idols only.  So when I heard about Japanese actress Yua Mikami forming a k-pop group and debuting in Korea, I thought it was a good opportunity to redress the balance and give my readers the drama reviews that they all crave.  Read on for a look at the thespian legacy of Yua Mikami!

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Idol group vs independent group – which is best?

Many musically inclined Korean pop fans both in Korea and around the world seek to become Korean pop idols.  As a result of noticing this lemming-like trend, Kpopalypse has been happy to dish all the dirt about the perils of the k-pop idol career path.  However is being an independent musician really any better?  This post has all the trufax on what you can expect from both career paths, so you can make your music industry career decision wisely!

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The seven deadly sins of Kpopalypse advertising policy

As Kpopalypse blog has increased in popularity, there has correspondingly been a steady increase in the number of offers from companies smelling the revenue that large amounts of web traffic can generate, putting forward advertising deals to Kpopalypse for consideration.  Replying to these companies gets tiring and repetitive, and I’d rather spend that energy blogging for my lovely readers, so therefore I thought a post explaining my advertising policy might be helpful for me to link to any future people soliciting deals, as well as entertaining for readers in general.  If you’re from an advertising company and I’ve linked you here, that means this blog post is for YOU!  Please read on for the Kpopalypse advertising policy!

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