Hi, caonimas! It’s Kpopalypse once again, this time coming through with a quick but important checklist.
Hopefully this is useful reference material to some of you. Feel free to refer to this handy checklist when making decisions about which k-pop related people to stan for on your social network of choice. Kpopalypse will return with more posts soon!
Oh, and I just got a new phone recently. It’s great! Just coincidence.
Kpopalypse is back with another fun activity post for readers to enjoy – yay!
Kpopalypse’s music theory series continues with all the trufax on reading music!
It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup! Let’s check out some new releases!
Guys with man-buns are generally untrustworthy, just ask Jung Joon Young.
The survey is closed! Click Tiffany for the results post!
It’s time once again for Kpopalypse roundup! Let’s take a look at some more new releases!
Luda from WJSN is smiling because she’s got a metal fence at her back so there’s no way any crappy back-dancers or anybody from CNBlue can creep up behind her.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock or just stumbled upon this blog at a whim, you’ve probably heard about the sex-crime scandal that has currently been sweeping through k-pop. Several high profile artists, including BigBang’s Seungri, Highlight’s Junhyung, CNBlue’s Jonghyun, FTIsland’s Jonghoon, and some balladeering fuck I’ve never heard of have all been booked for various sex crimes and lost their entertainment careers, with the possibility of more to follow. Having lost everything that they have worked for until this point due to their actions, and with perhaps now nothing left to live for, the possibility has occurred to myself and many others that the likelihood of self-harm or suicide attempts from these perpetrators is likely. Therefore, I have prepared this appropriately mournful post, a kind of online bereavement card, for anyone feeling sad to read and share should such a tragedy occur and one of the above people (or any other as-yet-unknown perpetrators) loses the will to continue living and takes their own life in deep remorse. Feel free to copy and paste the contents of this post anywhere, and you don’t have to give credit to Kpopalypse because it’s not all about me – even though I thought very carefully about exactly what to write so it expressed exactly the right amount of remorse, I’m happy for you to just share it, I just think that these heart-touching words can hopefully heal some of the wounds from the loss of these k-pop entertainers, who were until very recently highly respected and cherished.