American YouTubers speak about K-Pop culture

American YouTubers speak about K-Pop culture

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterIn a new Wong Fu Production video of Comments In Cars, Philip Wang and Wesley Chan invited Jun Sung Ahn (JunCurryAhn) as they discussin shortat the K-Pop culture.

In their video series Comments In Cars, the trio respond to more than a few comments from lovers and audience left on their K-Pop debut and teamassignment BgA tune video, Dong Saya Dae. The music video used to beat the start released back in Would possibly 2016, and has since bought over 6.5 million perspectives on YouTube.

As they spoke back to comments from viewers, the gang jokingly acknowledged that theyre competitors in K-Pop is BTS, even managing to overcome out the community for a excellent3 hours on the iTunes K-Pop chart with their debut track. They also provide an explanation forquite so much of K-Pop terms equivalent to the phenomenon at the back of fan-light sticks, fandom vocab such as stan, bias, trash, bias wrecker and more.

BgA stands for Boys normally Asian, and is made up of individuals who have followed parody degree names after BIGBANGDavid Choi (Daeyang), Jun Sung Ahn (Jeungri), Justin Chon (J-Lite), Phillip Wang (P-Dragon) and Ryan Higa (R.O.P).

Check out the track and music video for Dong Saya Dae below:

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