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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Does anyone else listen to Korean Pop Or Am I The Only Weirdo?

Okay, a non-book related post - I'm telling you all of my recent secret obsession, I love listening to Korean pop music. I have no idea what they are saying, but their catchy and have hot beats. Some of the guys are sexy too, I guess I have an Asian fetish since my boyfriend is Asian hehe. Below are three videos of the songs I can't stop listening to, tell me what you think? I wonder if I have any closet listeners too as followers, let me know if you are so I won't feel like the only non-Asian listening to Korean music hehe. ;)


Sarbear said...

OhmyGOSH, you are too cute! LOL It's kinda catchy, actually. Their look reminds me of Gwen Stefani's harajuko albums -- was it an influence, ya think?

Jenny N. said...

I listen to korean music too. You should watch the dramas, they have some really good ones.

Sassy Brit said...

This is new to me, but now I'm looking into it. What fun!

I hope you don't mind, but I've tagged you with my What's on your Desk Wednesday? bookish meme. I'd love to see your shelves! LOL Crazy, I know!


Zombie Girrrl said...

I've never listened to this before, my secret music obsession involves classic rock and hippie jams. It's catchy though, and it's not like I can understand what half of the English speaking poptarts are saying anyway, so I don't really see a difference... ;}

Frankie Diane Mallis said...

These are pretty awesome! I never listened before bc its never come up, but I think I felt the same way as you about Arabian pop and Romanian techno.

In the 3rd video, are they using the same sample as Flo Rida for Right ROund?


I'm so glad some you thought it was catchy hehe ;P

Sara: Yeah I think Gwen was probably influenced by the Asian culture..

Jenny: That's awesome! I'm not alone hehe

Sassy: I know, isn't it fun?

Zombie Grrl: You are so right, you can understand poptarts either lol since everything is so damn computerized!

Frankie: Yeah I like Arabian pop too, it sounds very similar to Greek (which I am lol) music...I'm not sure about Flo Rida but it's possible, it has similar beats.

Susan said...

No! I also love Korean pop! I started taking tae kwon do several months ago, and they play K-pop during the adult classes. So far my favorites are Wonder Girls and Super Junior. I'm so glad you posted these videos!


Really Susan!? That's amazing! Yeah I heard about both, I love them as well :)

dentistry in Sydney said...

These all amazing. Thanks for sharing it. I can't understand the language but I can feel this music.

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