miss A

To all the kpop fans in the world, in all the worlds possible. I would just like to say thank you. Thank you to helping all of our groups both big and small, famous and underrated, also for both boy and girl. Thank you for making such a friendly community to be a part of. Not including all the fan wars, anti fans and saesangs. Also thank you for reacting maturely when these supposed “fans” do the wrong thing. I have only been part of the Kpop fandom for a little over 3 years, I may not have been part of this for a long time like others but I really enjoy meeting all you lovely people both online and in person. Again thank you and I love you all! (P.S. I am not dying, I am not saying this as if I am dying. I just wanyed something to make you smile and appreciate this massive Kpop fandom we all belong too) Also what groups do you stan??? I am a massive Carat (Seventeen’s fandom name)

Originally posted by lovejoshua17

Man I love K-pop. I mean ...

SM: mistreats chinese members. Locks girl groups in a dungeon for years after a comeback. Overworks his trainees. Fucks up debuts. Has a thing for keeping johnny hidden.

YG: lets group debut. Comeback isnt even in his dictionary. And if it is, he lies about it. Makes iconic members leave. Disbands good groups. Sends them to the military. Only listens to GD.

JYP: groups comeback once in a blue moon. Sent miss A to heaven. Listens to only got7 a.k.a jackson and twice. Amerithaikong

I *REALLY* LOVE KPOP.

I find it really sad how disposable Kpop groups are. Not just by their fans but also by the industry itself. It’s like they have an expiration date set on them, where once they’ve been in the industry for a certain number of years, they’re labeled too “old” and just thrown into the sidelines to wither away. They’re not even worthy enough to be invited to award shows because they’ve apparently reached their limit and supposedly not “relevant” enough to the public eye, so they end up being disrespected and forgotten. What’s even more sad is that these so called groups considered irrelevant now are the ones who made Kpop this huge and profitable today, and they don’t even get a quarter of the acknowledgement they deserve.