Woollim Entertainment’s new boy duo, Tasty, finally released their debut mini-album yesterday titled Spectrum!
I was disappointed to hear that they only released three full-length songs and an intro, but I’m still excited to hear their music. Woollim has made a name for themselves based on the quality of their artists’ music: Infinte, NELL, JiSun, and formerly Epik High. They are not the flashiest label, but they know how to foster some great artists. Continue reading
Yes, this is another post about Infinte. ❤
I don’t really follow Korean variety shows, so today is the first time that I’ve heard that Infinite’s leader, Sunggyu, was a contestant on the singing show. Continue reading
So I’m back whoooo!!
My apologies for the extended hiatus. However, I am now free from the paws of calculus, statistics, and economics so let the blogging commence!
What could possibly be a better way to an awesome blogging comeback than to write about an awesome musical comeback?
Infinite returned to the music scene today with their mini–album: INFINITIZE. Given that Infinite has never failed in producing high quality albums, I am so excited for this one!!
So you probably noticed that the writers here at DramaPop took an extended hiatus just to get adjusted to the new semester. Looking back, I realized I missed out on a whole buttload of great releases. Here are my top ten favorites:
Alright, so judging from the title of this post, I should be writing about the new drama “Shut Up: Flower Boy Band“, right? WRONG. Continue reading
Although I’ll probably say this every year, I really feel as though 2011 was a great year for Kpop. So many artists had their debuts and comeback so there was a wealth of great music produced. Continue reading