anonymous asked:

Sometimes I wish b1a4 were the littlest bit more popular :/// but at least not having a giant fandom means that the fans are generally nicer

I think a lot feel that international popularity equates to popularity in Korea, which on one hand is understandable– it’s all we are exposed to and all we really get to experience. It’s true that bipo aren’t that popular internationally, but I also agree with you that with less spotlight, the fandoms are generally more friendly and give off a more intimate, family feel than those fandoms from very internationally popular groups.

However, like I was getting at we have to remember not the same things apply when looking at Korean fanbases. B1A4 are still quite popular in Korea, with a very solid and dedicated fanbase. (How else could WM afford to purchase multiple buildings and debut new artists otherwise?). So I wouldn’t worry too much about their popularity ~! Like you were saying, there’s positives to not having all that attention, and it’s not like the boys are roughing it by any means 😊

sugahobiie  asked:

as a b1a4 supremacist, what do you think one should do to get to know them? i only recently kind of got into them because i didnt really know them until sandeul released his solo album

that’s CNU, btw, used to invent long hair before nuest ren or seventeen jeonghan.

also used to rock hipster glasses before it was cool. kang daniel the shoulder gangster? idk her. it’s CNU.


where should i start? BUT a major note to take about B1A4 is they went from this:


to this:

hallelujah. read more here.

listen, friend, i go way back with B1A4. i literally cried watching this subbed video lmaooo skip to 43:40.

Keep reading

anonymous asked:

do you think b1a4 hated their old stylist that gave them those bone chilling clothes

Nah lol. I mean, I’m sure they had their moments of really? And, why us? lmao but it’s also important to remember that WM had hardly any money when they debuted, even the first few years so the stylists had to make EVERYTHING the boys wore by scratch. So, despite how ugly interesting those outfits may have looked, the stylists spent a lot of time hand picking fabrics and sewing, stitching, you name it, to give the boys stage outfits that, while questionable, certainly made them stand out.

The boys themselves have said they were always very thankful for their stylists– whether they hated the outfits or not lol!


WM Entertainment’s new boy group ONF has released the MV for “ON/OFF,” the title track of their debut mini-album.

1. On/Off
2. Difficult
3. If We Dream
4. Original
5. Cat’s Waltz

Buy “ON/OFF” on iTunes