Friday, March 25, 2016


It's time for another POSITIVE post, this one is all about!

gna7 was recently caught being a prostitute, and thus has now earned coveted POSITIVE post status on Kpopalypse blog.


Some might believe this article is being sarcastic, but not so!  Kpopalypse is a firm supporter of prostitution, the "world's oldest profession".


Prostitution is very natural occurrence that happens not just with humans but also in the animal kingdom.  Any time where a currency is introduced to a species, prostitution quickly follows.  Penguins are even known to trade precious nest-building stones for hot penguin sex.  Why fight what nature intended?


For those less interested in natural law but who are more of the religious persuasion, note that prostitution is also very religious.  Contrary to popular belief, both the Bible and the Koran favoured regulated prostitution, just as sex workers themselves do.  So there is no reason for religious people not to support prostitution.


As for the belief system of the average basement-dwelling Internet knob-jockey, everyone's a believer in "key and lock theory" until they lock themselves out of their house or car.  Then, they secretly wish for all locks to be as easily opened as possible.


Aren't analogies fun!  Prostitution is exceptionally common in the music business and you'd find it difficult to meet a single person active in the music industry in any country who doesn't at the very least support prostitution ideologically, whether they use such services or not.  This is partly because of the industry's culture of permissiveness in general, and partly the acknowledgement that the music business is such a dead horse financially for all but a few, and therefore any extra-curricular activities that people might need to do to earn income are not frowned upon.


Prostitution is also very common in South Korea generally, accounting for up to 4% of South Korea's GDP, but you probably knew this. That's a lot of fucking.


Combine these two factors and the likelihood of k-pop girls using a knock-shop to knock away some of that trainee debt is very likely, and already-debuted girls with established names can obviously demand higher prices than those who are still trainees.


It's not just the girls getting knocked, either.  Rookie and in-training boy groups also get used for sex services, and are often hired out to private corporate hen's parties and similar functions so they can dance and be groped by women keen to lay their hands on some chiselled k-pop man-meat... plus a little more, if the price is right.


Source?  Names?  Just wait a while... like all good Kpopalypse predictions, it'll all come out in time.  In the meantime, support, because whatever she's been doing, there's a good chance your bias was also doing at some point.  Let's all think POSITIVE thoughts for!



  1. i remember when she was on weekly idol the mcs were really surprised how much $$$ she made for her company in a year and now we know for certain how (since she's a pretty shit singer)

    good for her

    1. Being a shit singer wouldn't matter though, this is k-pop not opera.

  2. I always found it puzzling that some women label prostitutes as "cheap" (including high-end escorts making tens of millions of won), and then they go to a bar and bang some loser for a few drinks.

  3. "I mean, it has to be that in order to believe the person’s story, because giving a person $15,000 in exchange for a blind date doesn’t make a whole lot of sense."
    When you got a few millions, 15k (in whatever currency) is nothing.
    Shady "brokers" are of course disgusting people, but prostitution itself, if all the people involved are ok with it, is nothing wrong.

  4. Given the amount of men and women that have sex for money or something similar to pay for college I find it hard how anybody could really judge

  5. Women want money. Men want a younger woman's puss. It's an exchange that both parties agree to.

    The problem itself is that prostitution is illegal. The way to fix it is through the legal system -- not commenting on sites like NB demanding that the names of the men involved be released. That doesn't solve the underlying problem. Regulated prostitution would benefit all parties:

    It would be regulated and legal, so governments could derive tax revenue.
    It should in theory reduce human trafficking.

    Use your democratic rights to make a change.

  6. I don't understand why prostitution is illegal. Selling is legal. Fucking is legal. Why isn't selling fucking legal? You know, why should it be illegal to sell something that's perfectly legal to give away? I can't follow the logic on that one at all! Of all the things you can do, giving someone an orgasm is hardly the worst thing in the world. In the army they give you a medal for spraying napalm on people! In civilian life you go to jail for giving someone an orgasm! Maybe I'm not supposed to understand it...
    -George Carlin-

    1. It's illegal because you can't tax prostitutes, when you don't have a system set up to track their profit. The same as weed selling. Also alot of people don't want others to know they are part of something like that, because in eyes of the church it's frowned upon. And if it gets too big, alot silly people would make too much money, usually really attractive people are dumb as rocks.

    2. no you can track the sells of weed. once it becomes legal, the street sellers will be put out of business by the tobacco companies and/or pharmaceuticals.
      Prostitution would be taxed just like any other service related business. It is illegal because this a Judeo-Christian country which looks down on prostitution and prostitutes while they creep along shadows as they help keep the profession going strong.

  7. is that your penis' silhouette?

  8. I'm guessing the kind of sex they had wasn't creampie, or else we'd have heard of pregnancy at some point. Unless she was on birth control.