The sound of wind whistling against metal bars grated my ears, as I sat outside that winter night. I was again lost in thought; thoughts of many different things. Mostly, and unfortunately at that time, negative. If it wasn’t for the pleasant distraction I don’t know what those thoughts could
The wait is finally over. After eleven long weeks, the second season of the MNET survival show "Produce 101" has come to a close. Produce 101 was initially established in 2015 with the goal of producing Korea's best girl group from a pool of one hundred and one trainees from forty-six
As years fly past, more idol groups have resorted to disbandment. In 2017 alone, about 13 groups went their separate ways to continue as soloists, actresses, actors or leaving the entertainment industry.
Every fan wants to know that their favorite group is doing well: that their music is selling, the members have name to face recognition, and their fandom is always growing. And in recent years, this drive has surpassed fandom-centered goals to reach for higher and higher awards and recognition. And
Recently, Laboum was accused of committing sajaegi. It became a large issue since they won a KBS Music Bank award against South Korea's National Sweetheart IU. A broad definition for the Korean word ‘sajaegi’ is chart manipulation, whether it’s physical or digital. So how does sajaegi affect music charts, rankings
Part 1: Haru (0:00:00-0:30:00)
The episode starts. It’s a tearjerker, the trainees are showed training alone. Sweating. Welp, sad stuff over. Moves onto the re-evaluations again, and the trainees moving from class to class. Pledis’ Choi Minki goes from D to F, as well as Cube’s Lai Guan Lin. Bae Jinyoung
In this series, we’ll be sharing what happened during the show, as well as as our thoughts and feelings. We’re also pulling an NCT and separating each breakdown into parts, led by different individuals each week. Let's dive into the 2nd episode breakdown of Produce 101!
For years, as a demonstration of their appreciation, fans have gifted idols anything from flowers to billboards advertising their birthdays. It’s a long tradition accepted by the industry as a way to give back directly to the people who we adore. However, over time (and the past few weeks in
Throughout the history of K-Pop, various groups have been known to add new members to their existing line-up to adapt to the demands of the K-Pop industry. But how does adding new members fare for the groups that have done so? Does it bring more recognition and success? With their
Ah, Produce 101, back for Season 2 -- this time with boys! As a lot of us OH! Pressors are drama lovers, we will be tuning into this season, and can’t wait to experience the feels and excitement that P101 will provide, as it did in Season 1. So we