Anne Curtis confesses she isn’t ready to enter K-Pop fandom yet

Anne Curtis-Smith revealed on Twitter that she is “not ready to cross the bridge yet,” referring to her possible jump from the K-Drama to the K-Pop fandom.

This was after ARMYs, fans of BTS, mistook one of her tweets when the acronym appeared on her Instagram crosspost. She clarified that by BTS, she meant “behind the scene” and not the K-Pop boy group.

This eventually led to a series of confessions and a number of Korean music-related questions!

Anne revealed that she has heard of several K-Pop groups and idols, including BTS, Blackpink, GDRAGON, 2NE1, AOA, SISTAR, and Red Velvet, although she admitted that she has only listened 2NE1’s songs.

So far, she said that she is enjoying listening to K-Drama OSTs. She even confessed that she went “crazy” over soundtracks by EXO members Chanyeol (“Stay With Me” for Goblin) and Chen (“Everytime” for Descendants of the Sun)!

She then asked for K-Indie suggestions after telling that she likes Kim Kyunghee’s music!

So, do you have any music recommendations to our resident K-Drama artista fan girl?

Dan Gambe
Dan is born in the 90’s who talks a lot when he writes. He has a love-hate relationship with writing, is fond of cats, and thinks mangoes are the key to world peace. The chances of him phonezoning you lies between 80 to 90 per cent, but he’ll speak to you if you speak to him so don’t be shy!

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