10 Reasons To Love ASTRO
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10 Reasons To Love ASTRO

They're so sweet, loving, and positive that being a fan of ASTRO, an AROHA will always make you feel happier!


ASTRO was the first group my friend Aimee recommended to me; and ASTRO was the first K-pop group I saw live. This group is the only group I like that seems very obviously underappreciated. So today, I'm going to list 10 reasons why everybody should love ASTRO.

1. Their Debut Song Is A Bop


"Hide and Seek" has to be one of the best debut songs of all time ever. Like from the concept, to the choreography, to the actual melody and lyrics, this song is adorable and perfectly conveys ASTRO's youthful energy.

2. They Have Unmatched Energy


Every member of ASTRO gives their all; and I especially noticed this when I saw them in San Francisco. If they're tired or not feeling to well, you'll never be able to tell from their performance.

3. It's Almost Impossible To Have A Bias


You'll go in thinking you have a bias, but somewhere along the way, your heart will belong to all 6 members. In this group, you will never be safe from bias wreckers.

4. They Aren't Afraid Of Colors


Especially in their earlier stages, ASTRO really embraced bold color themes. Even in their latest stages, the boys don't shy away from bright, eye-catching colors.

5. Literally Every Song ASTRO Covers Is Perfect


And I really do mean every cover-- including solo performances and group performances. ASTRO's cover of SHINee's "Replay" is both close to my heart and one of the most entertaining videos.

6. Their Choreography Is Jaw-Dropping


All of ASTRO's dances are high energy and impressive. ASTRO is a rare group where their dance practice videos are just as entertaining as the finished music videos.

7. Their Web Drama "To Be Continued" Is Adorable


It's perhaps a little dorky, since it captures the group's pre-debut eccentricities, but it's just so sweet and a must watch for all AROHA.

8. They Are SO Talented

When I say that MJ has the prettiest voice I've ever heard, I'm not exaggerating; and the same goes for when I say Rocky is the best dancer I've ever seen. Every member of ASTRO has such unique and evolved talents, and they deserve so much more appreciation.

9. There's No Shortage Of Content


With all the stages, dramas, and variety shows these boys have starred in, there's plenty of content to support a healthy love for ASTRO.

10. They'll Always Make You Happy


They're so sweet, loving, and positive that being a fan of ASTRO, an AROHA will always make you feel happier!

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