open discussion

Open Discussion (April 17, 2022)

Open DiscussionI’m trying something new this week! Hopefully it won’t crash and burn.

I thought it might be fun to close each week with an open discussion post. This is the place to share songs that weren’t covered on the blog (they don’t have to be K-pop), discuss current topics/news items, make recommendations, ask questions or just rant and rave.

If this works out and is a fun experience, I’ll plan on dropping an “open discussion” post every Sunday before we launch into the new week.

To keep things civil, there are a few rules:

  1. Be kind and respectful to one another. Any harassing language will be deleted.
  2. This is not a place to state what you don’t like about me and/or my blog. Move elsewhere, trolls.
  3. Video/gif/image embedding is totally fine. Just try to limit yourself to a couple per comment. Otherwise my moderation filter goes crazy.

Each week, I’ll open with a question to get the conversation going. Feel free to chat about anything, but if you’re not sure what to write you can use this question as a starting point.


This week’s question:

What is your all-time favorite year in K-pop, and what do you think of “K-pop 2022” so far?

129 thoughts on “Open Discussion (April 17, 2022)

  1. The best year in K-Pop was well, 2015. The year of Run (BTS), Call Me Baby & Love Me Right (EXO) etc. I believe we were really well-fed that year.

    K-Pop 2022 is okay… I guess. I’m both happy and concerned at the rise in synthpop. On one hand, it’s a good genre. On another hand, it’s a classic case of people who might be going for that sound and mindlessly using it without knowing what exactly is so good about synthpop.

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