If IU feels like making the move into investment in virtual real-estate, I’m reserving this post here for her which she can buy from Kpopalypse for a special price. It’s not worth that much now but you never know, there might be some development here in the future.
It’s the return of the only k-pop related awards that matter – time to check out who is walking the red carpet at the 2018 Kpopalypse Awards!
Longguo apparently got in a scandal where he mistreated his cat, so I thought I’d get my cat’s assessment on this important development in k-pop. In the below video, my cat has to decide whether to stay with me and listen to Longguo’s “Friday Night“, or go into the other room to take a shit. Please enjoy the following critical assessment of Longguo.
Thanks for watching – Kpopalypse will return with more posts soon!
By now you’ve all heard Twice’s new song “Yes Or Yes” and seen the music video. But what does it all mean? Could there be a sinister meaning behind the song? Kpopalypse has the answers!
Have you ever wondered why there are common elements in k-pop songs and videos, and what it really means? Then this post is for you!
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 special Halloween-themed post, Kpopalypse answers the question – is redvelvet actully witches