Yes, that mean you Texas! I wrote a post on my other blog about the topic that I’m about to introduce. Where was the KCON held at this year? Take a guess there’s only two locations, LA or NYC. Yup, the KCON was held in LA, no shocker there right? Every event that involves K-pop idols, beside the Wonder Girls who had toured with the JoBros, is held on the coasts. It’s either the east or the west, but never in the Midwest. Why? I don’t know, but the only reason that I could came up with is that they are scared that there aren’t many fans inside the country. Understandable because these events cost a lot, extremely a lot taking how they have to fly out the stars, material to sell to fans, holding the venue, and the concert preparation. Yes, I get that, but they should also think about the fans in the Midwest. “If you really want to go you can find a way,” many people would probably say that to any of us who wants to go to the event. They are not taking in consideration that a plane ticket round trip to either coast cost over a $400. I repeat $400 and that’s not even getting a hotel room or even getting tickets to get into the event. That’s too much for anybody, especially a college student! So, what can they do? Uh, hold an event in the Midwest say Saint Louis, Missouri since it’s a bigger and it has Webster University there. A globally diverse university, people! I really wish somebody who has influence in Seoul, South Korea could read this, but never know. Hey, why don’t they bring Psy! I bet people would come then, right? I guess this gotten under my skin now because I really want to be a k-pop entertainment journalist and this event would have been great to cover, but it was not great for my wallet. Another reason is because B.A.P was here. In the United States. Breathing the same air. When will be the next time they’ll come back to the States? I don’t know, but I know that I’m not the only one who thinks this way! I wonder will there ever be a K-pop event in the Midwest?