Kpopalypse answers: why do not the kpop have a bigger bosoms

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 post, Kpopalypse answers the question – why do not the kpop have a bigger bosoms?

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Kpopalypse assesses street harassment danger levels in k-pop music videos

If you’ve been following k-pop as long as I have, you will have noticed a trend in k-pop boy group music videos – they love to have dramatised scenes of men chasing women around and annoying them a whole lot.  I’m not sure why this is, but I do know that such content is definitely worthy of further inspection by Kpopalypse!  Let’s take a look at some of the most female-pestering videos in k-pop to see what kind of threats they represent!

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[EXCLUSIVE] Kpopalypse reveals shocking evidence of r*pe in k-pop

It is said that many Korean pop music videos contain instances of r*pe.  Kpopalypse can confirm that this is sadly true.  This post is a compilation of videos that contain undisputable evidence of r*pe.  I realise that some readers may be sensitive to this topic and that these videos may be distressing to some people (hence the censorship of the word “r*pe”, in the tradition of many other k-pop sites).  However in the light of the recent scandals in k-pop, I feel that it is very important to expose instances of r*pe in k-pop to the public.  Reader discretion is advised, and please only read further if you are of legal age to consume such content in your country, state or territory, thank you.

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Kpopalypse is avoiding controversy to receive more love from the public

Although Kpopalypse blog is steadily growing in popularity, less and less people are linking to my site than ever before.  Who can blame them?  I realise that the lack of referrals is purely because my image has been tarnished by my very troublesome behaviour, and therefore people don’t want to associate themselves with such a problematic person.  As I care very much about my image, Kpopalypse is going to be careful in the future by taking the following important steps in avoiding controversy to receive more love from the public.

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