Follow becausekpop on Social Media

Hi All,

This weekend I had some free time so I began making social media accounts for becausekpop as the blog continues to grow.

Be sure to follow on:

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Expect an October wrap-up post in the coming days, and lots of posts this November as it’s looking to be an interesting month ahead.

Thank you all for following and supporting this blog and I can’t wait to see how far we can go!


September 2014 is the Worst Month for K-Pop, Period

I don’t even know how to start this post. This month has been so miserable in the world of K-Pop for so many reasons. Obviously, not trying to be a ‘self centered jerk who makes light of incidents’ – the worst thing happening being Ladies’ Code accident that took the life of EunBi and RiSe. While the lives of two girls are obviously much more important than the music industry, considering they were K-Pop figures, it’s not harmful, in my opinion, to state how it affected the industry and fans of the industry. When you’re attached to a public figure, their passing obviously can make you upset.

It seems as if this tragic event set a cloud over the month to come.

Christine’s feelings about the K-Pop World during September 2014

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No Post This Week

Hello All,

Due to multiple reasons, there will be no post on becausekpop this week.

Firstly, is out of my respect to those affected by the Sewol ferry accident.

Second, is because of said incident, out of respect, a majority of artists have cancelled their activities for the past two weeks.

Third is my own busy schedule. It’s the second to last week of my senior year of college, and I have at least 6 projects/papers to do in the next two weeks so I need to use my “free time” to do work whenever I can (like right now I should be practicing a speech but I’m not…).

I apologize if anyone who enjoys the posts on here is disappointed in my decision to put the blog on hold this week, and possibly next week depending on how much school work I get done between now and next Monday. I do have some posts planned for ‘slow times’ in the music industry, so I can work on one of them if I get some time.

But for now, please continue to keep the children and adults lost on the Sewol, as well as their families, in your thoughts.