Love Letter #1 to Kpop

Dear Kpop,

How are you? I hope you are well, but I have some concerns about our relationship.

First, you know that all lovers of Kpop are not in Korea, or even Asia, right? You do realize you got people who speak from Spanish and Arabic loving you, right? We are like the people of Whoville in Dr. Seuss’ “Horton Hears a Who.”  “WE’RE HERE!!” We may not have superlarge numbers, but we are here. And we know our SS501, Super Junior, TVXQ, SNSD, 2NE1, etc. WE KNOW YOU!!  We love you, you need to love us back!!! Come say hi sometime!

Second, you know we love you just the way you are, right? From the aegyo to the sexy, we got your back. So when I actually heard Ayy Girl by JYJ, I was afraid that you were changing, and not in a good way. I’m not going to jump on the bandwagon of Kanye West-haters, but that song should be credited this way: Ayy Girl by Kanye West, featuring JYJ.  That ain’t Kpop! Just because you have Korean boys singing doesn’t make it Kpop!!!! Where is my Korean? I know this is a CONSTANT gripe, but I can’t let it go.  If you aren’t careful, American producers will take the K out of Kpop, and then where will we be?

I know there is a certain kind of value attached to an English language album, but really, English isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. 🙂

Oh and no, I’m not even getting into the Crips-Bloods feud between TVXQ and JYJ. I will tell you this: GET OVER IT!!! You are going to look back and think, “I said WHAT!”  Give TVXQ their credit: Keep Your Head Down is slammin’, especially since they are down THREE sexy men.  JYJ: do your thing, there is enough adoration to go around.

So, Kpop, you just keep being you! We’ll always be here!  Don’t be like Netflix (we are TOTALLY seeing other people!!!)

Love Ya!

4 thoughts on “Love Letter #1 to Kpop

  1. P.S. And dear Kpop, please get your fans under control! The Cassies are picking fights with other Cassies, VIPs and Blackjacks are at each other’s throats, and the Green Peas are getting tired of trying to keep the peace. We’ve already had enough problems with individual fans poisoning Kpop idols’ drinks with SuperGlue and sneaking into someone’s apartment to leave them “get well soon” porridge. If everything gets too crazy, they might drive off potential new fans! So please, have all those crazy fans, men and women between the ages of 12 and 60, calm down and just concentrate on the love!

    1. You said it sister! We all know that people have their favorite groups, but must this translate into a bloods/crips kind of interaction with fans of other groups, or fans that you disagree with? We all love kpop, let’s show it some respect! And let’s be real, no one is just listening to ONE kpop group ALL THE TIME! Peace and love, people, peace and love!

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