The 2022 Kpopalypse mega boring annual site data post for OCD nerds

Many k-pop websites care very much about likes, clicks, engagement and as such they guard their site data carefully so they can sell it to advertisers or use it to make sneaky marketing decisions. Not Kpopalypse, who doesn’t give a fuck about anything apart from being a caonima, and happily shares all site data each year for your entertainment! It’s that time again, so let’s take a look at all the site statistics that are relevant to kpopalypse dot com!

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The Kpopalypse 2022 end of year survey!

It’s getting close to the end of the year, and that means it’s time for a quick Kpopalypse 2022 end of year survey for you to nominate your favourite k-pop songs!

Please fill out the form below to assess songs for 2022, if you feel like it! If the survey doesn’t appear below, click on the image of a cat scratching Blackpink’s Lisa in the face to open the survey as a separate webpage.

This survey will remain live until the publication of the 2022 honourable and dishonourable mentions list in late December. Enjoy, caonimas!

Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 21/11/2022

It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup!  Let’s take a look at some new releases!

I’m being asked about it, so: yes, if you combine Korean “respect your elders at all costs” culture with standard music industry “insert that unfunny Hunter S. Thompson quote we’ve all heard a million times before here” culture, then yes people can get into a situation especially with people came into fame at a young age, where they get continually fucked over and are unaware, especially if they’re making money fine in other places. Mind you, have you actually heard Lee Seung Gi’s dreary music? Perhaps his label were just trying to send him a message.

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Why you shouldn’t watch k-pop teasers – ever*

While we live in a divided world that is full of disagreements, controversy and division, there are some things in life that all decent humans can agree are just wrong.  Murder, rape, molka, nuclear war, the sample that plays at the start of most GroovyRoom songs, all of these things are universally recognised as morally reprehensible by all except the most fiendish degenerates of society, but now we can add k-pop teasers to this list.  Read on and discover the true horror of k-pop teasers!

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