Unlike some of my fellow fangirls, I haven’t yet been fortunate enough to attend a live BTS concert. . . BUT, when the opportunity to see their 5th Muster live (via Vlive) popped up, I made a very impulsive late night decision to watch. And I’m SO glad I did!! If you can’t be there in person, I’m totally convinced beginning a concert at midnight from the comfort of your couch, gleefully snapping screen shots, is a close second. Come join me, as I chat about my very first BTS Muster experience.Continue reading
BTS in Chicago was an epic event. It was cold and rainy, but so much fun! The first BTS Winter Concert in Chicago was full of awesome highlights, so to make sure we had a chance to really fangirl about it, we invited the awesome Megan from Noona Ya Business podcast to join us for a chat. Hear about our favorite performances, moments, and songs as we have some serious ARMY bonding moments.Read mor
It’s heeeeeere! One Fangirl stayed up late (made easier by time zones), another set their clock to wake up super early, while some of us stumbled out of bed and blasted it in our cars on the way to drop off the kids. However we expressed our fangirl dedication, we’ve all had a chance to listen to BTS’s newest album, Map of the Soul : Persona and we want to share our first thoughts with you. Let’s check out this fantastic new album together!Continue reading
You’ve seen these guys before, I promise. Lankybox is/are the comedic geniuses behind the Zero Budget Kpop video series on YouTube.Continue reading
Here at the blog, we are not just fans of dramas; we also share a great love for all things
Ok, so today’s post is technically just songs — B-sides don’t get their own MVs. I have to hunt high and low to find a YouTube version of the song, but I do it because I love it. (Ok, yes, the dance practices for some songs are ridiculously easy to find. Let me have my little exaggerations.)
**For educational purposes, back in the day, B-sides were the songs from the opposite side of the record that recording companies would send to the radio station to play on the air. A-sides were the hit songs, or potential hit songs, while B-sides were usually personally selected by the artist because they felt that it was as strong as the A-side song, and they really, REALLY hoped the DJ would like it enough to play it. **
Read on for what I consider to be some great B-side kpop songs!
Kmuse here! Finally back and ready to get my Kpop on. While I was trying to figure out what I should focus on, it came to me that I haven’t talked about the latest songs/performances that have shown up in the last little while. So I am going to take a break from looking at the past and share which new songs I think you need to check out.Continue reading
Come join The Fangirls as we report from LA during our meet up at the BTS concert, and then back in the studio after Kdrama Jen attended the history making concert at Citi Field in New York.
SWAG GIVEAWAY! We went shopping in LA for BTS and Kpop swag and we want to share it with you. Comment for a chance to enter. A winner will be selected on December 1st. (North America ONLY)
I have to admit there are a LOT of kpop songs that evoke a certain feeling in me of stretching out to reach someone or something — and they aren’t all from OSTs (just most of them). Come chat Kpop Songs of Longing with me!
I love a good anthem, a song that is triumphant and empowering and makes me want to stand up and shout, “Yes! I will do the thing!” Admittedly, sometimes I don’t know what the thing is, but these songs always invigorate me and make me want to do something with my life. So clench those fists and get ready to punch the air as you listen to my top five kpop anthems!