seriouslysexytunes said: This is nothing but a random comment about the most recent post (about HaeTeuk twitter posts), not only is it stupid for them to comment on the spelling, they sound even more dumb because if they knew even a tiny about Kor-eng romanization, they'd know that both ways of spelling "Inkigayo" are correct. Leeteuk's way is the way you would spell it letter for letter, DH's is fine too because g and k are interchangeable and then there's the "regular" way which is spelled closely to how it sounds.
kayamalie said: Here's my bit: K-Pop idols can be problematic, like most people in life. This doesn't mean you can't be their fan and enjoy them, but don't try to stick up for their bullshit and don't flat out ignore it, either. Part of being a good fan is supporting the good and recognizing the bad. You can't exactly scold them for what they do since they're far away, but don't just sit there and cry "Oppa didn't mean ittttt". Be an adult about it.
This includes any pictures or videos of idols/family attending the funeral including the Ladies’ Code. Please be respectful. I cannot stress this enough.
Rest in Peace Kwon Ri Se (1991-2014)
DON’T USE IDOLS BEING FROM KOREA AS AN EXCUSE FOR RACIST/COLORIST/HOMOPHOBIC/TRANSPHOBIC/ETC SLURS OR BEHAVIOR!!! WHY IS THAT SO HARD TO GET!!! ESPECIALLY IF SOMEONE HAS FUCKED UP MORE THAN ONCE!!!! NO EXCUSES FOR OPPA DEAL WITH IT!!!!!
those “its a part of their culture, it’s accepted there, please understand that, stop pushing westernized ideas on them” type fans really need to be stopped
I’m personally offended when people do ^ shit because hey, we have people who are aware of these things, we have people who are directly affected by these things like mixed people, fat people, darker skinned people, naturalized citizens, queer people, trans people, etc.
I think when you say “don’t tell _____ to stop acting homophobic/sexist/racist/ableist/etc”, you’re feeding into that mentality that non-western cultures are savage and internal injustice is a regular thing for them and liberation movements are exclusive to western/white cultures. Liberation movements are not exclusive to or better understood by white people. Not by a long shot.
please report this ugly horrible person
To hear that a K-pop idol died scares the shit out of me. It is just another reminder that idol’s are human and death is a possibility at any time. Cherish the moments with your idols while they are still here. Don’t cause fanwars or bash idols for no reasons because one day those idols will be gone. Enjoy the music and give them as much love as you can because you never know when it’s too late.