HOME: Millstone, New Jersey
CURRENTLY: Attending Prime School
INTRO TO K-POP: "Ah, it all starts with the truth that my brother and I are followed from Seoul, South Korea. We are not biological siblings though. By some means he were given into K-pop, and then he got me into K-pop. I be mindful having K-pop songs on my iPod and I'dpay attentionto a couple once in awhile. I don't forgetbeing attentive tothe beauty Girls, 2NE1, SHINee, and Girls' Generation. My first favourite K-pop song used to be "Lucifer" by SHINee.
My brother, my mother and I saw 2NE1 in concert in August 2012. I distinctively bear in mind the microphone stand all the manner through one song became a beauitful tree with the participantsstatusat thefacets in dresses and it was a magical sight. On Friday, November 9, 2012, we saw Large Bang. I remember them thanking us for popping out because Storm Sandy just struck the Jersey Shore. They rode on segways and had great outfits on, and Daesung did his solo, ya know? After that I got into the insanity called K-pop. It was one of the mostbest possible and worst choices ane possesseach and every made- seriously and non-seriously at all. Well, the ones are my earliest K-pop memories."
THE DIFFERENCE: "I would say K-pop is other to any other pop track from anyplace else in the sector due to, obviously, the language. It is a language no onein the United Stateslearns in class and may also bewithout difficulty judged because it isanything out of the norm. Asians have sure stereotypes, yet I wager to upload to they all is the speculation that their music is bizarrebecause of language barriers, especially coming from a rustic that no personcan pay care to much.
Secondly, the reality that idols have explicit dances to every song. I'macutely conscious of artists and bands from alternative countries having routines to their music but not anything to this extent of intensity.
Third, K-pop showcases such so much ofideas that shall be then bright to in between to dark ones that is alsoreasonablythe various from other music. Their costumes and music videos could be more intricate.
Lastly, K-pop does not get showcased much in other countries, but slowly yet unquestionablyit be spreading like wildfire via mini gala's and conventions in addition approximately concerts.
All of my pals know I admire K-pop and I got some into K-pop as well. So I'dmost likely delineate K-pop as my culture and background. Since I am adopted from Seoul, I would say that K-pop is helping me bring some of my wealthy culture and history to my lifestyles to give it some flare. I would describe K-pop as amusing and loopy equally any other form of music they have heard of. There is no definite solution to how to describe K-pop because it is sonot easy to describe the goodness of it all!"
WHY BTOB: "BTOB would be my favorite workforceon account of their amazing music; they are all talented in their own special techniquesno longer entirely strictly rapping or singing. They're dorky and hilarious, are enthusiastic about what they do, they love their Melody fanatics thus so much, and they aretruly underrated. They make me so so glad and laugh such a lot when observing their videos."
FAVORITE SONG: "You're So Fly"
FAVORITE SOLO ARTIST: Ailee
WHY AILEE: "Ailee is queen. She has amazing vocals and was raised in New Jersey, and this is the reason where I live. She may be so beautifuland sort and has a candy smile/eye smile. "
KEEPING AN EYE ON: "Monsta X. I have been keen on theirs since "No.Mercy" and their pre-debut days. I'm like a proud mom, even supposing they're all older than me and the maknae youngest member was born in 1996. Their music is freaking amazing and their dances are rad, and their music videos are awesome. You will have to merelytake a glance at 'em out! They're the only real band I've been with since their pre-debut."
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