2019 has definitely been a year with countless new k-pop groups debuting—some of them stand out due to different reasons. While many k-pop groups have members that are foreign, there’s usually either 3-4 other members who are Korean. In 2019, that soon changed when 3 K-pop groups debuted with no Korean members whatsoever. Group: Z-Girls… Continue reading K-Pop Groups with No Korean Members
Since I’ve been making lists of songs, manga, ect. that contain LGBTQ+ topics, I decided to write about 3 singers/personalities who are within the community. These three singers had to go live within certain societies where the topic is still quite taboo. 1- Ai Haruna Japanese TV Personality and singer Ai Haruna is transgender. She… Continue reading Pride Month: 3 LGBTQ+ Singers in Asian Pop Culture
As we have seen in “Top 5 LGBTQ+ Japanese MVs and Songs," queer representation has grown exponentially throughout the years. If you’re a part of the K-pop community, you’ll know that there are countless MVs and songs that have queer representation in them. Some are created by artists who are actually in the LGBTQ+ community… Continue reading Pride Month: Top 5 LGBTQ+ Korean MVs/Songs
As I have mentioned at the beginning of the month, queer representation has evolved throughout the years. It has become more acknowledged and accepted with every passing year. There are many queer representations in asian media—especially Japan—in all aspects— including music. Here are my top 5 LGBTQ+ Jpop Mv’s/ Songs. Trigger Warning: Some of the… Continue reading Pride Month: Top 5 LGBTQ+ Japanese MVs/Songs
Valentine’s day is just a few days away, which means that chocolates, serenades and ice cream along with a giant bottle of wine are in order. This also means that love songs will be heard countless times despite how cheesy they are. Throughout the years, I’ve heard different love songs in different languages. If you… Continue reading Songs for Valentine’s Day
About two weeks ago, A-Sketch Music Label released the music video for the classic and beloved “History Maker” by Dean Fujioka AKA the theme song for Yuri On Ice. Two years later, and the song is still as heartfelt with hypnotic beats and passionate violin as it was when it was first released in Yuri On Ice.
Alright, I might be a bit late to the party, but I was absolutely ecstatic when I heard that Big Hit Entertainment had teamed up with LICO and released a Webtoon with BTS as the characters. So far, the webtoon only has 3 free chapters (the introduction plus two chapters) along with 2 more which… Continue reading Save Me- BTS Webtoon