It’s time for roundup! / Let’s check out new releases! / In a Haiku style!
Female readers please / enjoy this Monsta X pic / save for later use!
Kpopalypse blog has been really popular and has been increasing in traffic a lot lately, so once again it’s time to tone down that influx of readers and clicks back to a manageable level with another episode of the most unpopular series on Kpopalypse blog, Kpopalypse Nugu Alert! If you haven’t clicked away already, let’s take a look at some more nugus!
Have you ever wondered why there are common elements in k-pop songs and videos, and what it really means? Then this post is for you!
It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup! Let’s check out some new releases!
April are smiling because they’ve just realised that they’re almost definitely going to get on the favourites list this year. Yes my opinion really means that much to them. Or maybe – just maybe – I’m joking, and the fact that a Korean group would even know about or give a shit about some snarky irrelevant western blogger is, like, the joke, so I’m actually making fun of myself here in a very self-deprecating style which is common for Australian humour generally. As you can see, my humour isn’t very funny, but it’s a whole lot less funny when I have to explain how it works to borderline-retards (which isn’t ableist because if you don’t understand the above then you probably actually are borderline retarded so it’s just stating facts really).
How long can you survive against Loona? Click the following picture of Loona’s Yeojin to play Kpopalypse’s sp00ky interactive Halloween fanfiction!
It’s time once again for Kpopalypse roundup! Let’s take a look at some new releases!
Look at this colour explosion from Seven O’clock. That guy in the middle with the black hair isn’t pulling his weight, he needed to go light green or something. I guess if I was that smug fuckhead from CinemaSins there’d be a little “ding” noise and a counter would go up by one right about now.
Every day many people search the Internet and find themselves on Kpopalypse blog as a result. I receive daily summaries of all Internet searches that direct people to kpopalypse.com through my website’s sneaky stats-collection machine, which tells me what the Internet is really concerned about underneath the surface. While most of these results are predictable, sometimes a query comes through that is just so unique and compelling that I have to address it:
In this special Halloween-themed post, Kpopalypse answers the question – is redvelvet actully witches