Thursday, May 21, 2015

Best of the Worst: May 21, 2015

Welcome back, everyone. Let's cut to the chase this week: AOA is creating a line of toothbrushes.

Achieve your dreams: Put Choa in your mouth every day. 

I'm already planning to order the whole set. I'll use Yuna for my daily brushing, Jimin for special occasions like vacation, I'll attach Choa to a gold mount so I can stare at it all day, and Chanmi can help me clean around the grout in the bathroom.

Jay Park - 몸매 (MOMMAE) International Version

Kim Ha Neul To Be In A Movie Where She Romances A Student As A Teacher

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Interview with Lim Kim

Hi! Soyeon Friend here with an exclusive interview with Lim Kim. Lim Kim as you know has experienced a huge surge in popularity with the tracks "Love Game" and "Awoo". Recently, she was kind enough to take time out her busy schedule and record this interview where we reminisce about old times.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

The Official Kpopalypse Blackjack Defence Rap Challenge

Kpopalypse is back, and this time he's reviewing stuff!  Everybody hop on board for:


Which Blackjack can pick up the microphone and defend Park Bom the most effectively in a rap verse?  Read on for the Blackjack Defence Rap Challenge!

[MV Review] Monsta X - Trespass

Somewhere in my calloused heart, I find room to actually care about certain parts of the wonderful world that we live in. One such thing was a survival show where Korean blokes tried to prove that they could sing, rap, dance, work in a team, build a canoe, etc. better than anyone else in the near vicinity. The show was called No Mercy, and a song where Hyorin sings about having sex came as a result of it. You know the drill; a group was formed, and a fair number of people were left outraged that their favourite just wasn't up to scratch when it came to canoe building. Now, because Starship have their shit together way more than YG, it took little more than four months for Monsta X to debut whilst iKon are still lost in their hunt for the Treasure of the Sierra Madre. The question that is on everyone's lips is: "Sohyunna, is the song any fucking good you piece of shit?" which I intend to answer in my own way over this article. If you don't like it, then you can fuck right off and jerk it to the Excuse Me dance practice for the third time today (I recommend this option).