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”

Knee Jerk Reaction: “Holiday Party” by Weeekly

Weeekly is still a young group, but they’ve established their signature sound in just over a year – which I always think is quite impressive, because it takes many rookies a while to find their footing. All of their title tracks so far have been bright and bubbly, with easily memorable melodies and interesting arrangements.Continue reading “Knee Jerk Reaction: “Holiday Party” by Weeekly”

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: March

As usual, March is the time of year when things start to pick up in K-pop and more groups and artists start making their comebacks. While I did have several favorites for both January and February, there was a major difference in the time I spent on my #1 song versus the others. This month,Continue reading “Favorites of 2021: March”

Katherine’s K-Pop Recap: March 15 – 21, 2021

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

Knee Jerk Reaction: “After School” by Weeekly

Weeekly is yet another rookie group that I’m not super familiar with. I pretty much just know them as the latest group from Apink and Victon’s agency (Play M). I can recognize a couple of the members, but I don’t know most of their names. And while I did listen to their first two singles,Continue reading “Knee Jerk Reaction: “After School” by Weeekly”

Katherine’s Top K-Pop Releases of 2020: #51-100

After taking a couple of quick detours to previous years, I’m finally back on track and ready to unveil my favorite songs of 2020! I mentioned in my last post that I was much more focused on my favorite groups in 2019, and I didn’t do much exploring. This year, I did a complete 180.Continue reading “Katherine’s Top K-Pop Releases of 2020: #51-100”