Individual blog posts for each event will published in the following weeks. Last year was all about changes for me. Leaving my home country and moving to New York was the biggest one. But with change comes opportunity, and New York definitely opened the door to many positive Kpop related experiences. And because of it, I decided to look back on my 2017 Kpop year and tell you all a little bit about it. Think of it as a wrap up of sorts. KCON Going to KCON has been on

As a fan of many of the Hong Sisters dramas, it comes to no surprise my excitement or motive to watch this new fantasy based Kdrama. And last month’s announcement of the final cast and more or less what the drama would be about, just helped build up my anticipation for it. Specifically the fact that the drama would be somewhat of a reinterpretation of “Journey to the West”. A novel I enjoyed watching movies about when I was a kid. Also, I can’t be the only one else excited

A couple of weeks ago while scrolling through Facebook, I clicked on a video shared by one of my friends captioned “skinship is forbidden”. When I saw the word skinship, I immediately thought it may have something to do with K-dramas, so I clicked play. Don’t judge me. While watching, it realized the video was a highlight clip of some of the first interactions between the leads of a drama titled It’s Not a Robot. (Which plot line and title was written on the post my friend had shared, but

I’ve already started watching the drama, but I began writing this blog post before than. Thus the “soon to watch” of the title. Just ignore it this once. 🙂 A couple of months ago while listening to an episode of DramaKandy, I heard India talk about a new drama that Kamenashi and Yamapi would star in titled Boku Unmei no Hito desu. Instantly, I began to remember when I use to watch J-dramas frequently and how long it has been since I watched both actors together in Nobuta wo Produce. So

One of the things I’ve been looking forward to after moving to New York is the K-pop concerts that are held year after year. Yet after not being able to save up enough to go see Monsta X and GD in concert, I was left discouraged while trying to enjoy the content of both concerts online. Fortunately, that sentiment did not last long. Why? Well yesterday while scrolling through Facebook, I stumbled upon the pleasant surprise of K.A.R.D announcing the extension of their tour with the addition of 5 more

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