Ok anyways I went online to find some crappy articles like usual to shit on and WALAH here it is.
"Japanese Comedian Bows in Respect to 2NE1" or "Japanese Comedian Get Down on their knees for 2NE1"
On May 14th, 2NE1 were invited to a popular Japanese TV show called Shabekuri 007. It consists of 3 comedy duos, Cream Stew(Shinya Ueda, Teppei Arita),Neptune(Taizo Harada, Ken Horiuchi, Jun Nagura) and Tutorial (Tokui Yoshimi, Fukuda Mitsunori).
What bothers me the most is why the Korean media are even bothering with this type of news? This is not newsworthy at all. Maybe having an article of 2ne1 appearing on Shabekuri 007 is an amazing accomplishment but showing the members bowing? The way I see it, it's just a subtle way of telling their viewers "Hey look the Japanese are bowing to us Koreans!". Bowing all the way does show a kind of respect but in this case, it was clinging more towards comedy. Thanks again Korean media for blowing shit out of proportion. If this was really big news I would have seen it on Tokyohive or aramatheydidnt but so far only korean sites did they have this piece of turd.
*Another thing that irks me is how 2ne1 has a translator. Even Kara didn't need one on their second or first appearance of that show. Sometimes people have no clue why Kara is popular and why 2ne1 isn't. It's simple really. One group is full of cuties another is full of uggo's. Not only that but Kara are famous to other groups of people instead of only k-pop fans, 2ne1 on the otherhand.. only k-pop fans like them. Their variety skill are by far superior to that of SNSD and 2ne1 in which I've said before, a skill idols seriously needs to excel at. No way am I going to follow a chic group who thinks they're better than everyone with shitty music.
To sum it up for idols to be popular:
Korea: Catchy Music if not, be good looking
Japanese: Variety TV Shows/funny, people know their singing is mediocre so why force them.
Not only was this article laughable the comments were too, like dis: