- Oct 25, 2017
You have seen the light
I like the concept, but the song doesn't fit them and it feels incomplete.
He's going to ditch idol life for cooking.
That's how kpop works. Unique to Blackpink. Every new release by kpoo artists are always referred to as "comebacks".
I know, but I don't think it will ever not sound dumb to me. I follow a lot of (not k-pop) artists that often take 5 or more years for an album, so it's kinda hilarious to me that if a k-pop artist releases a new single after 8 months it's a grand comeback.
Gotta wait for teasers otherwise forget it about when it comes to this company. Too many delays for me to get excited unfortunately
Such a shame. At this point they should just let go of Daisy and fully commit to the rest of the 6 members while they still have some relevancy.
This is pretty good as compared to there more recent stuff
It is actually a reference to comeback stage, a term from tv music show. There even used to be a goodbye stage as a final performance to that song, and farewell stage as an official goodbye to an artist or group (usually disbandment)
The Return of Christmas Queen BoA!!!!!!!!!!!!!: The White White Snow's Coming Tonight,Long time not been here since i got banned for two weeks which was pretty ironic because it wont be the last time i get banned here
Btw for breaking news
Kinda excited and disappointed at the same time. December is a holiday season and usually the sales is a bit weaker than usual
On the November 28 episode of [MBN’s “Voice Queen”], contestant Hong Min Ji introduced herself as “a former SM Entertainment trainee from about 17 years ago who almost became a member of Girls’ Generation.”
The next day, Taeyeon posted the following message on her Instagram story:
"In order to debut in the group Girls’ Generation, the eight of us put everything on the line and gave our all from a very long time ago; it is not a group that was hastily put together in one day. While it’s true that efforts were made to put together the best possible members, we spent a long time together before we were first shown to the general public, and the group [Girls’ Generation] is not like a bus station that anyone could just stop by while passing through.
I would appreciate it if people with whom we have no recollection of sweating [and working hard] together—unless the members’ memories are falsely altered—would refrain from surprising and confounding us by using the name Girls’ Generation."