A catalog of thoughts and reviews about Korean pop culture.
Is This How You K-Pop?
Entirely unassuming, but fulfilling in its entirety, these are my chill jams for the summer. In playlist form!
Radical Paradise redefines the classical.
SHINee’s 2016 album is intelligent and ambitious.
There are winners and losers in NCT 127’s third extended play.
Rapper Dumbfoundead moves East to drop his first body of work in Korea.
Lee Haeri impresses with lead single “Pattern,” but does the rest of the album deliver?
For the La La Land enthusiasts, you will relish in this album’s pop-laced nod to jazz.
If you thought Roy Kim could only do ballads, think again.
Nam Taehyun sets the tone for South Club’s upcoming June debut with “Hug Me.”
iKON is back, loud as ever.
In his 8th studio album, PSY continues to tackle music on his own terms.
EXO have never sounded more polished than they do on The War.