Here comes a new joint right here! It’s MBLAQ!

MBLAQ fangirls, get your right-click function ready ’cause here’s an early Christmas treat brought to you by yours truly for y’all! G.O.O.D. Luv mv screen caps and more MBLAQ goodies!

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Idol fandom turns bloody hell?!!

I was about to go home and shut down my laptop when I saw yet another news about a fan taking her so-called devotion to an idol too far. We’ve heard about Taecyeon’s bloody “period letter,” and now, it’s MBLAQ’s Lee Joon receiving some hemoglobin. WTF, fandom, just WTF?!!

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Feel the Good vibe on Asian music

This year has been a great year for Asian talents to crossover and conquer the US music and movie scene. We’ve seen Lee Byung Hoon, Daniel Henney and most recently Rain kicking ass in the box office while BoA, Se7en, the Wonder Girls, Utada Hikaru and Crown J make attempts to be heard in the land of the free. Let’s take a look at this phenomenon in this short but sweet K blogger feature and let some Goodvibe give Music for your Soul!

When the Wonder Girls were still “cool”

Not that they’re not “cool” now, but I mean “cool” as in they had the look and vibe that gave them ’nuff street cred. And yes, even before their hyped up image of glittery, frilly dresses, wigs, stockings and their annoyingly addictive sound, the Wonder Girls made real good music.

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Cutting edge: Ninja Assassin Review

The red carpet has been drawn and we’ve all seen the blood and gore, and now we’re left with one conclusion about Ninja Assassin, starring Korea’s very own Rain: It’s a KILLER movie. The question is, does it mean “killer” as in it’s-damn-kick-ass-good, or did it leave audiences feeling assassinated after watching? *edited*

See you After School!

Recess is over and it’s time to go After School. Back with a new, more mature look and with two new students in tow, the girls are set to heat things up in the KPOP campus.


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From boys to men: U-KISS

Just when you think KPOP’s got more than enough boy bands, U-Kiss comes along with a stronger image to make themselves stand out from the rest of the pack. They went from tweens singing “Not young,” to being teeny boppy, fruity, old school kids—and now, they’re crooning about being pissed off at a girl to going clubbing after being single. Talk about going complete full circle!


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