BTS returns with a new era and a fresh sound that’s a pleasant surprise.
Jimin just because.
As you can see, I haven’t been very active on my blog as I was planning to be. I have reasons for that and by it being nearly the fourth anniversary of me blogging about K-pop, I see this as an appropriate post to make. This will get a little personal.
Right after I make a post about Jimin being the cutest of cuties, Big Hit releases the teaser/intro to their new album basically having Jimin sing for nearly thee minutes in a video that essentially extenuates his cuteness. I’ve replayed this like five times already, Namjoon’s production on it is A1, the hype for “HER” is real.
It is only befitting that I also post about how Jimin is still the cutest of cuties, the ultimate goal of cuteness and cute things, the cutest person to ever cute.
97 liners are the best; don’t @ me.
I got into K-pop about six years ago and G-Dragon was one of the main people I listened to and still do. He was actually one of my earliest K-pop “obsessions”, I listened to everything Big Bang, his first album, and his album with TOP. While of course that “honeymoon phase” has gone, there’s still a lot of nostalgia there. I was 14-15 years old which by me being almost being 20 doesn’t seem like a long time but given how different my life was at the time it feels like forever ago. G-Dragon still remains one of my top biases; happy birthday dude.
SNSD is back with another album for their 10th anniversary, and given how much I enjoyed their upgraded sound on their Lion Heart album, I was looking forward to Holiday Night in the hopes of hearing some classic SNSD mixed with some new SNSD and what I got was just that.