You know the drill—you watch a video, you like a group, you have your bias. But to some of us, it doesn’t necessarily just end with that. It goes beyond the usual K-Pop stanning, and at times you go through lengths like flying to another
As K-Pop fans, we have heard several stereotypes about us and K-pop in its entirety. This is why KStreetManila introduces a new series to break these misconceptions and show that we’re more than the annyeong's, the saranghae's, and the 24/7 fangirling and fanboying.
MYTH: KPOP FANDOM IS CHEAP
To our faves’ eyes, we are all fans. (Technically not all fans are made equal. That is an issue for another day.) It’s always our love that counts—not the money, not the merch, not the number of times you’ve seen and touched the hands of
South Korean R&B artist DEAN got a quick Filipino 101 lesson when he guested on local music channel MYX Philippines during his visit to the country last week.
VJ Sunny, who also is Korean, taught DEAN some of the most popular Filipino colloquial phrases, ranging from
After roughly half a decade since their last event in the Philippines, BEAST finally came back last Saturday, March 19, 2016, for their first fanmeeting in Manila at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Hundreds of Filipino B2UTYs (pronounced ‘Beauties’) came to cheer for their most loved KPop