A short announcement

A short announcement for all the lovely readers of Kpopalypse blog!

Two days ago Kpopalypse was involved in a fairly serious car accident.  Yes, this is a real thing, the car I was driving is pictured below.

Fortunately, Kpopalypse always practices OH&S compliance and wears a seatbelt at all times in a moving vehicle, unlike Ladies Code (who you’d think would know better by now but strangely not).  As a result, even though this vehicle was full of heavy music equipment when it underwent a fast rear impact, my injuries are fairly minor and will only take a few days to heal.  Check out the seatbelt-less Ladies Code driving very irresponsibly in the below video, seriously, how many times do I have to tell those girls?

Can you believe it?  I hope they are reading this and practice more OH&S compliance in the future.  Anyway, so as to not tax myself too hard during recovery, I’m taking a few days off from my usual blog schedule to heal and reflect, so there won’t be any new posts this week.  Roundup will however continue as normal, as will all my other online activity, and new posts will then resume after that.  Thanks to all Kpopalypse readers for your continual support, love, hate, ambivalence, donations, complaints, questions etc… Kpopalypse will have a short reflection period and return with more content soon!

12 thoughts on “A short announcement

  1. I hope you feel better soon. Be sure to listen to some “Roly Poly”, “new” and “To the Sky” while you reflect, but please don’t return with a more mature image. Kpopalypse wouldn’t be the same if you were mature.

  2. Stop copying that kpop idol bad habits, Kpopalypse. You start with car accidents, and then it’s like a super fun slide to prostitution & drug scandals

  3. From me you get love and continual support. You are simply the best blog I keep up with, I guess I love your combination of snarky humor, trufax about kpop, and pretty pix of our girls, along with great music theory and other fiction and nonfiction posts! Please, keep up the good work!

  4. Take as much rest as you need Oppar, your health is the most important thing. Wish you a fast recovery.

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