Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 4/5/2020

It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup!  Let’s check out some new releases!

I’m not sure what EXO fans think pouring hate on Chen is going to achieve now that he’s a father. Hearing constant screaming, getting no sleep, and cleaning up endless piles of bodily fluids is surely punishment enough… but then again maybe that experience is not a whole lot different to being in EXO in the first place…

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Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 27/4/2020

It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup!  Let’s check out some new releases!

I know this is a radical thought, but what if maybe, just maybe, the unreleased Lee Hi album was a bucket of shit that just didn’t meet quality control standards?  That, or once Lee Hi hit legal age and didn’t have a look considered “marketable” enough compared to Blackpink, YG was no longer interested in promoting her, after all we know what he’s like.  Maybe the truth is a little from column A, a little from column B.

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Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 13/4/2020

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

This is a photo of Kim Nayoon that she gave me for interview article usage that I didn’t end up using. She was a great pleasure to talk to and is generally an erudite and brave-hearted kind of girl with a mind of steel. She’s so cool that she didn’t even tell the lame people on k-pop reddit to go and fuck themselves in the ass with a broomstick when they started casting doubts on what she said in my interview like the no-life fuckwits they are. You should read her interview here because it’s great and I’ll always have time for this excellent woman.

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Kpopalypse roundup – new k-pop releases 16/3/2020

It’s time for Kpopalypse roundup!  Let’s check out some new releases!

If you’re someone who only reads Kpopalypse each week for the snarky roundup where I shit on all your k-pop faves in two sentences or less for no reason other than my own entertainment, I highly recommend that you head on over and read my interview with Fiestar’s original sixth member Cheska, where she talks about her experiences in the group with an extreme realness which is rare among anyone who has experienced the world of k-pop first hand.  This picture is from Cheska’s Instagram and is great, it nearly ended up in the interview post itself, but I felt like the confidence of the workout photo made a better statement.

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