BTS won, yes but there’s no need to be arrogant or rude or start shit with other fandom. Bc here’s the thing: K-Pop won tonight. How many ppl, who never heard of K-Pop before, do you think are gonna check out BTS after tonight? And find more great Korean artists to love? Like legit, stay humble, don’t be bratty. You can be proud without being shitty. This is a victory for K-Pop and a landmark in K-Pop history.
My favorite thing is when an idol’s face shows up on the screen and the fans begin screeching, but the idol doesn’t know why they’re screaming all of a sudden, but then they go to look at the big screen and see their face and find out they’re the reason for the cheers and then they get all shy and don’t know what to do and-
omg just idols being loved and them being surprised/baffled at the amout of love shown towards them
The true cursed kpop images are photos of idols from the year you’ve started stanning them cause you can see how much they’ve changed and then you realise you’ve changed too and that they’re getting old and you’re getting old and one day we’ll all die
-mnet (honestly, THE WORST)
-underrated groups disbanding
-companies not appreciating girl groups
-lack of support to idols dealing with mental illnesses and eating disorders
-mnet being FAKE™
-netizens acting problematic, like 80% of the time, tearing idols apart
-lack of privacy for idols
Some generic youtuber who is "reacting to" a kpop video just to get views and likes and it's obvious they don't care about the music or the group:
What the hell is going on!?!? I'm so confused?!?! What are they saying?!? This part is in English?!?!
If I had a nickel for every time I've heard that I'd beat you to death with a sack of nickels