Psy Releases ‘Hangover’ Featuring Snoop Dogg

Pure craziness in this MV I’ll tell ya.  Snoop Dogg experiencing the South Korean culture is a site to see. Come be among the 19 million viewers of “Hangover”! Continue reading

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Psy to Release ‘Hangover’ Featuring Snoop Dogg Today on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

After that semi disappointed release of “Gentlemen”, Psy is coming back with gangsta crip walker, Snoop Dogg. Come check out the preview of “Hangover”! Continue reading

K-pop groups comeback in 2014!

Yes, it’s about that time for comebacks of your favorite, or least favorite, idols! When exactly are they releasing a single? Here’s the list of rumored comebacks in 2014. Continue reading

Reaction Video Cue: Psy’s “Gentleman,” Jay Park’s “Joah,” M.I.B’s “Nod Along” and More!

Yes, as stated before, I’ve been extremely busy with school because it’s basically crunch time, but here’s what’s in the cue! I did say that there were more!!! MUSIC VIDEO INCLUDED!! Click that button! Continue reading

Crash Course of K-pop video!

Hey you guys! How’s life? Hopefully, it’s good, but as the title states I’m going to give you guys a crash course on K-pop. Not really because I feel as if you guys know what’s going on in the K-pop community. This is for my mass communication class. Yes, I’m giving a presentation on K-pop! Thank ya Jesus! *Praise dances* No, but I believe that this will be a easy grade…hopefully. The reason why I’m blogging on here because I’m almost done with the video and I need your opinion. In the video, I’m covering what is K-pop, the groups, the solo artists, the role in a group, number of members, how Psy wasn’t the first k-pop artist to be in the American media mainstream, fan clubs name/colors, why boys look so girly, skinship, scandals, American pop vs. Korean pop, fan wars, and sasaeng fans. Do you guys think that I covered everything my class needs to know? I mean as far as I know the only K-pop artist they know is Psy. Keep in mind that this presentation have to be 10 minutes long and well I’m at 11 minutes and I still have not talked about the scandals and skinship. Should I keep it or drop the two? My objective is for my class to understand K-pop and why it is so…weirdly addicting. You know what? I might just go over my time limit. Ten minutes is not enough time to just give an overview on K-pop, but is there anything else I need to cover? Your opinions are in need!