6 Reasons Why You Should Never Get Into KPop
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6 Reasons Why You Should Never Get Into KPop

It's a "Black hole! Black hole! Yeah!" - "Hot Enough" Ken, Vixx

6 Reasons Why You Should Never Get Into KPop

Korean pop music is so much more than Gangnam style. It’s a genre of music that happens to be… you guessed it: in Korean. Now, before my ultimate poisoning of this stuff I was dead set against listening to any of it. I was a Japanese pop fan. Now and forever. But then Fantastic Baby happened and here I am now as absolute Vixx trash. Here are six reasons why you should NEVER get into K-Pop

1. The guys are HOT.

This opinion is definitely subjective. And if you like girls, they are really pretty. The point is, you will GET LOST IN THEIR EYES AND THERE IS NOTHING YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT. RUN AWAY. SERIOUSLY. DON’T LOOK.

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2. The fanfiction.

My downfall forever. Want to get Michelle into a fandom? Get her to read good fanfiction. If she writes her own, then she’s stuck. WHY is she talking in the third person?!

3. The music.

Maybe this should be obvious, but it isn’t. Chances are, the first song you listen to won’t get you sucked in. Unfortunately, there is something for everyone and there will be that ONE SONG that you’ll think is catchy. The rest is your downfall. Good luck.[rebelmouse-proxy-image https://media.rbl.ms/image?u=%2Ffiles%2F2016%2F09%2F20%2F6360993657611793592030889894_Orange-Caramel-My-Copycat-MV-GIF.gif&ho=https%3A%2F%2Faz616578.vo.msecnd.net&s=807&h=4be143ec23c1da74aa13ea41491f26307424700fcedb2d1bcb0b912981114699&size=980x&c=4264816810 crop_info="%7B%22image%22%3A%20%22https%3A//media.rbl.ms/image%3Fu%3D%252Ffiles%252F2016%252F09%252F20%252F6360993657611793592030889894_Orange-Caramel-My-Copycat-MV-GIF.gif%26ho%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Faz616578.vo.msecnd.net%26s%3D807%26h%3D4be143ec23c1da74aa13ea41491f26307424700fcedb2d1bcb0b912981114699%26size%3D980x%26c%3D4264816810%22%7D" expand=1]

4. The variety shows.

Don’t watch Vixx in a haunted house. Big Bang on Running Man? Avoid like the PLAUGE. Shinee on a rollercoaster? (HAHAHAHAHAHAH Key’s hair looked stupid Oh my gosh HAHA) Refrain. Just. Listen to my advice. It’s sound, I promise.

5. The derp pictures.

Search (Kpop group or member) derp and marvel at the gems you’ll find. It’s beautiful. I cry every time.


6. The kpop black hole is real.

There is no getting out of kpop once you’re in. If you come in at a young age, then yes maybe you’ll grow out of it

but in adulthood... Yeah, there’s no chance.

I told you to not to look into their eyes.

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