Yeah I started to read hanguls, it's not so hard. But the grammar seems different from my native language so I don't know... But I'll try, because I really want to understand what they're saying in their songs, or in interviews for example...
Me too!!!! Soshisubs has been flopping recently and I'm not here for it. I don't want to depend on subtitles.
The bolded part is hilariously false. Boyfriend is the most basic boyband in K-Pop, period. They don't have anything going for them, not even a signature style. They're like Dal Shabet without the good music. They don't sing or dance very well, their music is forgettable, they have no definite style, they can't write or compose... What can they do?
And yes, it is hard to get, because it doesn't make any ****ing sense. What does B1A4's never-changing concept have to do with me not liking 2PM? They are COMPLETELY DIFFERENT and nearly incomparable, it would have made more sense to come for Beast, if anything. It's like saying you can't like raspberries if you dislike oranges, they are different and it's simply a matter of PREFERENCE.
Does anybody else notice that female K-Pop fans seem to be into the skinny pretty twinks like Luhan, Taemin, etc.
Why is that? & I don't mean to offend any girls that happen to be here......if there are any
reductive I hate the color
Have D.O & Bacon sung What Is Love live yet?
I've been waiting.
Yeah, I've been noticing that the female kpop fans are into feminine looking guys like Lu Han and Taemin.
I'm in the EXO fandom so I know that girls like Lu Han because he's the never aging guy, I mean he's 22 but you would think he's 18 his looks are soft and feminine. No wonder he's so popular in Japan and SK for example.
And no, unfortunately. I need to hear Bacon singing WIL live though, he stood out the most when I first listened to the song.
Ice cream turns out to be "a i seu keu rim' in korean for example.
Road turns out to be "do ro" in korean
But overall the vocabulary is tough since there are so many many words.
Isn't aisukurim Konglish though? Similar to the way that westerners call Chow Mein, Chow Mein because it was introduced to them as such and therefore there was no need to devise an associated phrase to identify it by?
elaborate please. I should mention of course that i'm not speaking objectively, but rather based on my relatively limited experience. but, so far, there is little to no relation that i have seen.
A lot of Korean words are derived from English. For instance camera. Camera in Korean is like kamera (in Hangul of course ). But a lot of words are English words just said in Korean pronunciation. I know taxi is also like taeksi. There are tons more examples. As you study the language you probably see a whole lot more.