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2nd Gen Girl Groups are disappearing one-by-one 😢 the groups I grew up listening to…

• 2NE1 - disbanded

• KARA - disbanded

• 4Minute - disbanded

• Wonder Girls - disbanded

• Sistar - disbanded

• Rainbow - disbanded

• T-ARA - 4 members remain

• Nine Muses - 5 members remain w/ 1 original member

• SNSD - 5 members remain

• After School - M.I.A

• Miss A - M.I.A

• Secret - M.I.A

• F(x) - M.I.A

• B.E.G - living their own lives and families, but technically still going

• Davichi - thankfully still going!

  • Chanyeol: 9:01! Kim Junmyeon is officially late for the first time ever
  • Chanyeol: All right let's do this, who's got theories?
  • Jongin: Uh... alarm didn't go off
  • Chanyeol: All three alarms? All with battery back up? Come on, who wants to take this seriously
  • Yixing: Ooh, he was taken in his sleep
  • Chanyeol: That's what I'm talking about. Super dark, Yixing, but way more plausible than Jongin's idiotic alarm clock theory
  • Sehun: I bet he tucked himself into bed too tight and got stuck
  • Jongdae: Hmm, maybe he fell into another dimension where he's interesting.
  • {Minseok sees the group huddled around the practice room door}
  • Minseok: It's 9:00 AM why is no one practicing?
  • Chanyeol: Kim Junmyeon is a few minutes late, and we're all trying to guess why
  • Minseok: I'd like to play. I'd say he's... in line at the bank
  • Minseok: This is fun
  • Chanyeol: It is fun. But you're all wrong. He clearly slipped through a subway grate and is having terrible sex with a mole man
  • {Junmyeon runs into the room}
  • Chanyeol: There he is, Junmyeon! Where have you been! We've been worried sick, do you care to explain yourself
  • Junmyeon: I'm just 70 seconds late it's not a big deal, don't worry about it
  • Minseok: Junmyeon, you will tell us, and you will tell us now
  • Junnyeon: [Quietly] There was a problem at the bank
  • Minseok: [Claps his hands together] HOT DAMN!

And I know that it’s so cliche, to tell you that every day I spend with you is a new best day of my life.

  • Baekhyun: Woah, what’s with the cast?
  • Yifan: I sprained my wrist. …Do you want to know how I hurt my wrist?
  • Chanyeol: Yes.
  • Yifan: I was hula hooping.
  • Baekhyun and Chanyeol:
  • Yifan: Yixing has me attend a class with him for fun.
  • Bakehyun and Chanyeol: Oh my God.
  • Yifan: I’ve mastered all the moves. *pulls out his phone and starts showing them pictures* The pizza toss, the tornado, the scorpion, the oopsie-doodle.
  • Bakehyun: *amazed and delighted* Why are you telling us this?
  • Yifan: *deleting the pictures* Because no one will ever believe you.
  • CHanyeol: You sick bastard.
“How can you say it’s not big?” - Chanyeol Imagine -

Hey everyone! Admin Nine here! I found this prompt in the kpop tag and thought this suited Chanyeol lmao. Alright let’s get to it!

Requested?: Nope!

Warnings: Misguided dirty thoughts (nothing that’s nsfw)

Genre: Funny and fluffy I hope

People: Chanyeol x reader, Baekhyun

Originally posted by sefuns

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K-Drama Recommendations

People close to me or those who follow me on Twitter would know how it seems that I always recommend every single K-drama I have just finished watching. That’s not true though. At least, I don’t recommend /all/ that I watch, only most HAHA. 

Thus, I have decided to organize my recommendations into a list consisting of my top favorite K-dramas with the reasons why I watched them and why I recommend them for others to watch. These reasons may be highly subjective as they weren’t exactly reviewed technically.

NOTE: These are K-dramas I recently watched (from 2 years ago up to now) which means there are other great (classic) K-dramas that I did not include only because I remember these ones better. 

1. Pinocchio

Originally posted by supernad2

Why I watched it: It stars Lee Jongsuk, one of my all-time favorite actors. Besides, it has an interesting plot: a girl who hiccups every time she lies, a terrible past involving the guy she likes and her mom, and the leads characters’ struggles to reach their dreams in the media industry. 

Why you should watch it: This drama is arguably my number one favorite K-drama because unlike most other dramas whose plot revolves mainly around the couple’s romance and the troubles surrounding their happily ever after, this drama deals with wider, more substantial issues (e.g. the ethics of the media industry, family). Also, Pinocchio is unlike other dramas whose plot seem to lose direction halfway through, or whose premise lacks depth resulting to it getting boring and drags on, or having a promising start but  not being able to wrap things up cleanly later on. This drama has many layers gradually getting revealed. What you thought was the main problem actually has a deeper aspect to it. It’s not just about jongsuk and shinhye’s romantic-slash-niece-uncle relationship nor is it a typical love triangle. The supporting characters also prove important to the overall story, even those who seemed to be very minor characters at first. Character growth can be observed and the ending is appropriate, without leaving loose ends.

2. You who Came from the Stars

Originally posted by soosoosoohyun

Why I watched it: Jeon Jihyun, Kim Soohyun, and a love story between a sassy actress and an alien. Who wouldn’t be interested?

Why you should watch it: It’s a comedy (Jeon Jinhyun’s Cheon Songyi will make you literally LOL), drama (watch out for Kim Soohyun’s crying scenes!), and romance (there’s undeniable chemistry between them + Do Minjoon’s subtle but sweet, protective antics) all rolled into one. There’s a reason behind this drama’s immense popularity -be it the characters and how the actors accurately portrayed them, the unique storyline, the creepy antagonist, or all of them.

3. I Hear your Voice

Why I watched it: It was really popular at that time (no doubt why!) and it had an interesting story.

Why you should watch it: Older woman - Younger man (who, incidentally, can read minds!!) romance but it is in no way awkward. If anything, that made everything even cuter and sweeter (that backhug is still the best backhug in the history of kdrama!). Plus, the woman being strong and modern (although sometimes an adorable fail, especially when Jongsuk reads her mind) and the guy being a pure, innocent high schooler adds to the cuteness and uniqueness of the drama. This closely rivals Pinocchio as my all-time favorite kdrama (which isn’t surprising since they had the same writers, and Jongsuk as lead). It has a neatly written story, with depth and substance (tackling the concept of what makes people monsters and other ethical issues in the background of various legal cases).

Originally posted by infinite-exo-bts

4. Reply 1997

Why I watched it: The lead character is a kpop fangirl (which means I can relate). And I love Eunji and Shin Soyul.

Why you should watch it: It’s a perfect coming-of-age drama. Aside from successfully showing character growth for each one of them, it had a unique and very interesting way of storytelling, by means of flashbacks. It keeps you hooked since every episode seems to end with a cliffhanger, leaving you curiouser and curiouser. The characters’ diversity is also an interesting factor -two kpop fangirls, two sets of potential couples, two secretly in-love bestfriends, and the funny guy. I also like how it dealt with homosexuality, with one of the them being secretly in-love with one of their guy friends.

Originally posted by 95won

5. School 2015

Why I watched it: Yook Sungjae. And because I loved the earlier series School 2013 too.

Why you should watch it: It’s an inspiring drama. Although it is set in a high school, it has universally relatable themes of dreams, love, friendship, and family. Bullying is portrayed in a straightforward, honest manner which made the antagonist very unlikable and makes people realize how serious a crime bullying is. The love triangle was an interesting storyline, with both males being likable, unlike in Filipino dramas where one is bound to be a jerk. However, the second male lead’s character was written so much better than how the other guy’s was. They also built up his relationship with the female lead so much more that the ending actually became disappointing. Symptoms of second male lead syndrome can be expected. On the other hand, the female lead’s acting is extremely commendable as well as the way the characters were written. It would’ve been nicer though if they were able to follow through the subplots concerning the other students because they were able to deal with them closely at first, only to leave loose ends. It makes the viewer ask what happened to some of the minor characters. Still, on the overall, the drama is a good watch. 

6. Plus Nine Boys

Why I watched it: Two words: Yook Sungjae.

Why you should watch it: Although I watched this primarily because I have just finished School 2015 at that time and needed more Yook Sungjae, I wasn’t at all disappointed. It’s very light and easy to watch and has one of the most satisfying endings for me. It’s not your typical happily ever after. It’s not predictable such that everything suddenly fits into place. Still, you’ll be left smiling at how things turned out. The plot is simple and the portrayal is realistic. I especially love the scenes where the three brothers interact with one another or with their mom and uncle because it depicts a very normal everyday scenario not unlikely to happen in real life. It has its fair share of heart fluttering and comedic scenes but for me, what sets this drama apart is really how realistic and normal (often undramatic) it is.