Anyone into Kpop here?

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Re: Anyone into Kpop here?

Post by Yoongimeow »

I love kpoppp
My favorite band is BTS, twice, monstax
And Stray Kids :P

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Post by SpiritPhoenix »

I am a hardcore Army but I will listen to any song that has good lyrics and music. I do listen to Ateez, MonstaX, Infinite, Stray Kids, Mamamoo, Idle, Twice, and other Korean artists/groups like Leessang, Epik High, Code Kunst, Nucksal, Gummy... but the list is endless really.
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Post by Maralynx »

Hello, I'm also into K-pop. I got into it long ago, when I was about 12. My favourite girl band to this day is BEG, while I like many male bands. KNK, TXT, BTS, Big Bang, SHINEE are great, I really appreciate them, although I'm trying to distance myself from SHINEE because of the incident and I just listen to old songs, although I follow what's happening.
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Post by mrnobody3 »

I used to be one when the old groups were famous back then such as SuJu, Girl's Generation, 2PM, Big Bang, 2NE1, CNBLUE, Wonder Girls and many more I couldn't name them all. It was good old days but I'm not into kpop anymore and I decided to stop when I was 17.

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Post by Felicity Granger »

What with all the memes and my obsession with anime and asian media, it would have been virtually impossible to escape the Kpop craze. I've never actually listened to any of their songs, except in passing Dionysus? I think that's what it's called. I only know one group by name and that's BTS.

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Post by Ei Linn Latt Thu »

I’m ARMY of BTS :D

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Post by MsH2k »

I definitely don’t match their target demographics, but I love BTS! :music-listening:

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Post by Leyla Ann »

Not that into it, but I do have some songs that I like and some bands that I love like 17 and SF9.
A little less than imaginary~

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Post by Riza29 »

I'm a fan of Kpop group. One of group I really admire the most is Black Pink.

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Post by Infinite I »

It's quite surprising to see a k-pop stuff on a book forum. I never thought of this.

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Post by Zion Mesa »

I appreciate the music, but I don't listen to kpop as a whole.
The majority of the artists in that industry are being or have been abused by their employers and so I only listen to specific artists after doing research. I do like K-pop, but not enough to let people suffer for my entertainment.


There are a few artists I'll listen to though, particularly if they're unsigned.

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