Favorites of 2021: August

I was so determined to publish this post towards the beginning of the month (instead of two weeks later like I’ve been doing lately), so I actually had like 90% of it prepared by September 1st. But of course, I still ended up having to wait because I needed to catch up on my reactionContinue reading “Favorites of 2021: August”

Katherine’s K-Pop Recap: September 6-12, 2021

A summary of the news, current and upcoming comebacks, charts and music show wins, and more!

Katherine’s K-Pop Recap: August 30 – September 5, 2021

A summary of the news, current and upcoming comebacks, charts and music show wins, and more!

Katherine’s K-Pop Recap: August 23-29, 2021

A summary of the news, current and upcoming comebacks, charts and music show wins, and more!

Katherine’s K-pop Recap: August 16-22, 2021

A summary of the news, current and upcoming comebacks, charts and music show wins, and more!

Review: “Queendom” by Red Velvet

WordPress tells me this is my 300th post, and I’m delighted that it coincides with my review for my favorite girl group. In case you didn’t know, Red Velvet has been in that number one spot for several years now. (I’ll try real hard to not be a fangirl in this post, but I can’tContinue reading “Review: “Queendom” by Red Velvet”

Katherine’s K-pop Recap: August 9-15, 2021

A summary of the news, current and upcoming comebacks, charts and music show wins, and more!

Favorites of 2021: July

(We’re basically halfway into August, but whatever LOL) July was kind of a slow month for K-pop – I was actually surprised at how few comebacks there were, but I guess no one wanted to overlap with the Olympics. Since there wasn’t a lot happening, I ended up changing my music listening habits. I spentContinue reading “Favorites of 2021: July”

K-Pop Starter Kit: Reading Hangul With K-Pop Group Names

Once you’re familiar with the basics of Hangul, you’ll start to notice a fair amount of Korean words are actually taken from English. It’s the same in K-pop, where many groups’ names have English origins. So since we’re moving from learning letters to making words, this post will show you how to read Hangul byContinue reading “K-Pop Starter Kit: Reading Hangul With K-Pop Group Names”

Favorites of 2021: June

We’re pretty much halfway through July, but whatever June in K-pop typically involves a rush of comebacks that can overwhelm a multifan, and this year was no exception. So many groups and artists I regularly follow dropped new music that I found it hard to choose favorites. In fact, no song released in June madeContinue reading “Favorites of 2021: June”