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We’re noticing a trend with our TL;DR’s lately. We always want to start them with apologies and disclaimers. Some people might take offence to the opinions we post here, but we can’t apologize for them every time we start these posts. So, forget about it: on with the show!

The number one question for this week was “what are some cool trends in Korea that might not be considered cool in Canada or the States.” To which we answer: some Korean male fashion trends. The first and easiest one to talk about is those hideous sparkly, shiny suits that men wear. They’re just godawful. *Martina and Simon fight for the keyboard….* WHAT!? They are totally amazing! Simon, you’re crazy! I love those suits! They are really crisp and totally sweet looking!!!! *scuffle for the keyboard* Forget about a nice, professional three piece suit. Actually, don’t forget about it: think about it, but add some glitter and shine to it. BAM! Korean trend #1 that we can’t see transferring over to North America very well. Or maybe it has transferred over already: we haven’t been living there for over three years now. Please, oh please tell me people aren’t wearing shiny suits there! We just can’t take them seriously. *Martina throws Simon a ranch bone and he runs off* I guess our opinions are split here. I think the right person could pull off this suit, or maybe wearing them for a special occasion like a wedding would be awesome, but I think the everyday wearing of these suits to work probably wouldn’t be a catchy trend. Try googling “korean shiny suit” if you want an idea of what we’re talking about.

The second trend we’re gonna talk about is kind of a trend that requires you to be born as an exceptionally good looking guy. We’re referring to Flower Boys. They’re guys who don’t fit the typical look of manly looking men. Flower boys are pretty boys, VERY pretty boys. They’re usually skinny, have gorgeous hair and have feminine features. They’re not beefy or muscly, but are quite lean. Fashion is extremely important to them and they dress really really well, often with tight fitting clothing. They have exceptionally smooth skin, quite possibly from usage of BB Cream and sometimes they might wear gray or blue contacts lenses, along with circle lenses. They’re ridiculously and unfairly pretty looking.

However, to an uninitiated North American audience, they’re sometimes mistaken for women, otherwise thought of as looking quite girly. To a Korean and Asian audience, though, Flower Boys can be thought of as exceptionally beautiful and hot. If we could match it up with a North American archetypal equivalent, they would be the “jocks” or “preppy guys” of Asia. Not that they’re athletic or buff, they’re just the kind of guy that’s really model worthy.

We know that lots of people all over the world find Flower Boys hot (including Martina after a couple months of living in Korea). Our only point here is that if they were to form a kpop band and be presented in other parts of the world besides Asia, it’s possible they would be confused as girls and, possibly, mocked by some ignorant people. Remember Taylor Hanson…anyone? MMMbop? No? Guys? Anyone?

Anyways, this should not be seen as an insult to them, it’s just that to the uninitiated – like some of Martina’s friends – Flower boys are confusing. This is the #1 trend that we don’t think will transfer over very well into North American culture of be considered very cool. It’s hard to understand why. I mean, look, for example, at this article on Soompi, in which one of the members of Super Junior jokes about his looks as a girl. And, really, he pulls off a girl look quite well. In fact, many male kpop celebrities and actors have dressed up as girls on Korean variety shows just for fun. Can you imagine North American pop stars pulling that off well (apart from maybe Justin Bieber, of course). Oh, perhaps Lil Wayne? Foo Fighters? Now they’d make for some uuuuugly women. SEUNGRI! TIME FOR KISSES!

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  1. Do people in Korea take really big interest in North American culture, movies, fashion, celebrities. And if they do, could you list some that are most trending? Thanks!

  2. Yep. It took me a while until I started thinking: OHMYGOSH, they are so hot&cute!
    However, never ever again, I’m going to show them to my friends. (they gave me “the look”… :’/ )
    It’s funny how many of the stuff we like are acquired taste.

  3. Well, with the popularity of Justin Bieber… Maybe in 5 or 10 years it will transfer over here, who knows?

  4. Lolol, didn’t you just describe a manga character when you talked about the flower boys? xD

  5. The first kpop video I ever watched was SHINee’s Lucifer and it took quite a bit of time before I believed Taemin was a guy. Now I love him! As for Jaejoong, I first saw him in Mirotic and my thoughts were “thats one sexy man!!!!!!!” lol.

  6. I was the same with Jaejoong. I’m a North American girl and totally fell for him right away lol.  Even if he does have his belly button pierced lol (which is kinda still odd to me lol).  Of course I’ve been into Kpop for a good while by the time I fell for Jaejoong so yeah lol.  I think a good guy to show off as a pretty flower boy is Kim Hyunjoong.  He’s still very manly but has that pretty boy look too.  

  7. I was the same with Jaejoong. I’m a North American girl and totally fell for him right away lol.  Even if he does have his belly button pierced lol (which is kinda still odd to me lol).  Of course I’ve been into Kpop for a good while by the time I fell for Jaejoong so yeah lol.  I think a good guy to show off as a pretty flower boy is Kim Hyunjoong.  He’s still very manly but has that pretty boy look too.  

  8. im srry but i do not like hero at all
     i’m more of a mickey fan
    also i do’nt really think he’s that good looking

  9. Lil Wayne & Foo Fighters – ZOMG NO WAY :D

    and i’ve always felt that JJ looks like a girl – pity my friendS think otherwise :P

  10. I FELL IN LOVE WITH YOU GUYS :) you are totally amazing and accurate. My guy friends thought that Hero from JYJ is a gay! *facepalm*  thanks for this post :) 

  11. the thing that I end up wondering most is… how does one country produce so many beautiful people? women and men alike… I know I’m generalizing but it’s the only entertainment industry I’ve encountered in which a large majority of the people have what can be considered good looks D: Korea, you do your thing because I love them flower boys :D

  12. That actually happened to me what Martina said I showed my friends a picture of GD&GAHO and they thought GD was a girl holding a wrinkly puppy (this was when GD was blonde for Heartbreaker& GAHO was a little puppy 

  13. I used to think flower boys weren’t hot too, but I was convinced otherwise, I believe America could be somewhat persuaded too. You know, with the existence of Bieber, the Jonas brothers etc (their far less pretty equivalents) and all ;w;

  14. I used to think flower boys weren’t hot too, but I was convinced otherwise, I believe America could be somewhat persuaded too. You know, with the existence of Bieber, the Jonas brothers etc (their far less pretty equivalents) and all ;w;

  15. Hey, i think this sparkly suits traveled to UK..
    I typed korean shiny suits and it showed Daniel Radcliffe:
    http://media.monstersandcritics.com/galleries/1813703/0178964855085.jpg

  16. Actually, the androgynous look has been popular periodically in the West, too. Take the whole glam rock movement for example: David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, Queen, Sweet, etc.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_uAeqJqVaJp8/SX_Fvy6MCHI/AAAAAAAAAks/RXQT29z1c5o/s1600-h/queen2.jpg
    http://blogue.us/2009/01/06/kansai-yamamoto-x-ziggy-stardust/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_%28band%29

    In the 80s there was Duran Duran, Boy George, Dead Or Alive, Michael Jackson, etc., at the same time that Annie Lennox and Joan Jett were pushing it from the other side.
    shack.us/img97/781/d9ax.jpg   duran duran
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/shookdown/boy_george.jpg
    http://cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/011/323/0001132374_350.jpg dead or alive
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_frK_8JSsGAI/Skp1cnGRPdI/AAAAAAAAAKQ/0LtDJLI__K8/s400/michael+jackson+bad.jpg
    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/27184347/Eurythmics%2BAnnie%2BSweet%2BDreams.jpg
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b26169e20148c6d6a014970c-800wi

    I think it’s about time for androgyny to make a comeback (in the English sense of that word, not Korea’s version). And if they time it right, Kpop could benefit!

  17. Actually, the androgynous look has been popular periodically in the West, too. Take the whole glam rock movement for example: David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, Queen, Sweet, etc.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_uAeqJqVaJp8/SX_Fvy6MCHI/AAAAAAAAAks/RXQT29z1c5o/s1600-h/queen2.jpg
    http://blogue.us/2009/01/06/kansai-yamamoto-x-ziggy-stardust/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_%28band%29

    In the 80s there was Duran Duran, Boy George, Dead Or Alive, Michael Jackson, etc., at the same time that Annie Lennox and Joan Jett were pushing it from the other side.
    shack.us/img97/781/d9ax.jpg   duran duran
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/shookdown/boy_george.jpg
    http://cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/011/323/0001132374_350.jpg dead or alive
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_frK_8JSsGAI/Skp1cnGRPdI/AAAAAAAAAKQ/0LtDJLI__K8/s400/michael+jackson+bad.jpg
    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/27184347/Eurythmics%2BAnnie%2BSweet%2BDreams.jpg
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b26169e20148c6d6a014970c-800wi

    I think it’s about time for androgyny to make a comeback (in the English sense of that word, not Korea’s version). And if they time it right, Kpop could benefit!

  18. Actually, the androgynous look has been popular periodically in the West, too. Take the whole glam rock movement for example: David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, Queen, Sweet, etc.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_uAeqJqVaJp8/SX_Fvy6MCHI/AAAAAAAAAks/RXQT29z1c5o/s1600-h/queen2.jpg
    http://blogue.us/2009/01/06/kansai-yamamoto-x-ziggy-stardust/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_%28band%29

    In the 80s there was Duran Duran, Boy George, Dead Or Alive, Michael Jackson, etc., at the same time that Annie Lennox and Joan Jett were pushing it from the other side.
    shack.us/img97/781/d9ax.jpg   duran duran
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/shookdown/boy_george.jpg
    http://cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/011/323/0001132374_350.jpg dead or alive
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_frK_8JSsGAI/Skp1cnGRPdI/AAAAAAAAAKQ/0LtDJLI__K8/s400/michael+jackson+bad.jpg
    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/27184347/Eurythmics%2BAnnie%2BSweet%2BDreams.jpg
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b26169e20148c6d6a014970c-800wi

    I think it’s about time for androgyny to make a comeback (in the English sense of that word, not Korea’s version). And if they time it right, Kpop could benefit!

  19. Actually, the androgynous look has been popular periodically in the West, too. Take the whole glam rock movement for example: David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, Queen, Sweet, etc.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_uAeqJqVaJp8/SX_Fvy6MCHI/AAAAAAAAAks/RXQT29z1c5o/s1600-h/queen2.jpg
    http://blogue.us/2009/01/06/kansai-yamamoto-x-ziggy-stardust/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_%28band%29

    In the 80s there was Duran Duran, Boy George, Dead Or Alive, Michael Jackson, etc., at the same time that Annie Lennox and Joan Jett were pushing it from the other side.
    shack.us/img97/781/d9ax.jpg   duran duran
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/shookdown/boy_george.jpg
    http://cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/011/323/0001132374_350.jpg dead or alive
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_frK_8JSsGAI/Skp1cnGRPdI/AAAAAAAAAKQ/0LtDJLI__K8/s400/michael+jackson+bad.jpg
    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/27184347/Eurythmics%2BAnnie%2BSweet%2BDreams.jpg
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b26169e20148c6d6a014970c-800wi

    I think it’s about time for androgyny to make a comeback (in the English sense of that word, not Korea’s version). And if they time it right, Kpop could benefit!

  20. Actually, the androgynous look has been popular periodically in the West, too. Take the whole glam rock movement for example: David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, Queen, Sweet, etc.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_uAeqJqVaJp8/SX_Fvy6MCHI/AAAAAAAAAks/RXQT29z1c5o/s1600-h/queen2.jpg
    http://blogue.us/2009/01/06/kansai-yamamoto-x-ziggy-stardust/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_%28band%29

    In the 80s there was Duran Duran, Boy George, Dead Or Alive, Michael Jackson, etc., at the same time that Annie Lennox and Joan Jett were pushing it from the other side.
    shack.us/img97/781/d9ax.jpg   duran duran
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/shookdown/boy_george.jpg
    http://cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/011/323/0001132374_350.jpg dead or alive
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_frK_8JSsGAI/Skp1cnGRPdI/AAAAAAAAAKQ/0LtDJLI__K8/s400/michael+jackson+bad.jpg
    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/27184347/Eurythmics%2BAnnie%2BSweet%2BDreams.jpg
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b26169e20148c6d6a014970c-800wi

    I think it’s about time for androgyny to make a comeback (in the English sense of that word, not Korea’s version). And if they time it right, Kpop could benefit!

  21. Actually, the androgynous look has been popular periodically in the West, too. Take the whole glam rock movement for example: David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, Queen, Sweet, etc.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_uAeqJqVaJp8/SX_Fvy6MCHI/AAAAAAAAAks/RXQT29z1c5o/s1600-h/queen2.jpg
    http://blogue.us/2009/01/06/kansai-yamamoto-x-ziggy-stardust/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_%28band%29

    In the 80s there was Duran Duran, Boy George, Dead Or Alive, Michael Jackson, etc., at the same time that Annie Lennox and Joan Jett were pushing it from the other side.
    shack.us/img97/781/d9ax.jpg   duran duran
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/shookdown/boy_george.jpg
    http://cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/011/323/0001132374_350.jpg dead or alive
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_frK_8JSsGAI/Skp1cnGRPdI/AAAAAAAAAKQ/0LtDJLI__K8/s400/michael+jackson+bad.jpg
    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/27184347/Eurythmics%2BAnnie%2BSweet%2BDreams.jpg
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b26169e20148c6d6a014970c-800wi

    I think it’s about time for androgyny to make a comeback (in the English sense of that word, not Korea’s version). And if they time it right, Kpop could benefit!

  22. Actually, the androgynous look has been popular periodically in the West, too. Take the whole glam rock movement for example: David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, Queen, Sweet, etc.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_uAeqJqVaJp8/SX_Fvy6MCHI/AAAAAAAAAks/RXQT29z1c5o/s1600-h/queen2.jpg
    http://blogue.us/2009/01/06/kansai-yamamoto-x-ziggy-stardust/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_%28band%29

    In the 80s there was Duran Duran, Boy George, Dead Or Alive, Michael Jackson, etc., at the same time that Annie Lennox and Joan Jett were pushing it from the other side.
    shack.us/img97/781/d9ax.jpg   duran duran
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/shookdown/boy_george.jpg
    http://cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/011/323/0001132374_350.jpg dead or alive
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_frK_8JSsGAI/Skp1cnGRPdI/AAAAAAAAAKQ/0LtDJLI__K8/s400/michael+jackson+bad.jpg
    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/27184347/Eurythmics%2BAnnie%2BSweet%2BDreams.jpg
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b26169e20148c6d6a014970c-800wi

    I think it’s about time for androgyny to make a comeback (in the English sense of that word, not Korea’s version). And if they time it right, Kpop could benefit!

  23. Actually, the androgynous look has been popular periodically in the West, too. Take the whole glam rock movement for example: David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, Queen, Sweet, etc.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_uAeqJqVaJp8/SX_Fvy6MCHI/AAAAAAAAAks/RXQT29z1c5o/s1600-h/queen2.jpg
    http://blogue.us/2009/01/06/kansai-yamamoto-x-ziggy-stardust/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_%28band%29

    In the 80s there was Duran Duran, Boy George, Dead Or Alive, Michael Jackson, etc., at the same time that Annie Lennox and Joan Jett were pushing it from the other side.
    shack.us/img97/781/d9ax.jpg   duran duran
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/shookdown/boy_george.jpg
    http://cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/011/323/0001132374_350.jpg dead or alive
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_frK_8JSsGAI/Skp1cnGRPdI/AAAAAAAAAKQ/0LtDJLI__K8/s400/michael+jackson+bad.jpg
    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/27184347/Eurythmics%2BAnnie%2BSweet%2BDreams.jpg
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b26169e20148c6d6a014970c-800wi

    I think it’s about time for androgyny to make a comeback (in the English sense of that word, not Korea’s version). And if they time it right, Kpop could benefit!

  24. Actually, the androgynous look has been popular periodically in the West, too. Take the whole glam rock movement for example: David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, Queen, Sweet, etc.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_uAeqJqVaJp8/SX_Fvy6MCHI/AAAAAAAAAks/RXQT29z1c5o/s1600-h/queen2.jpg
    http://blogue.us/2009/01/06/kansai-yamamoto-x-ziggy-stardust/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_%28band%29

    In the 80s there was Duran Duran, Boy George, Dead Or Alive, Michael Jackson, etc., at the same time that Annie Lennox and Joan Jett were pushing it from the other side.
    shack.us/img97/781/d9ax.jpg   duran duran
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/shookdown/boy_george.jpg
    http://cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/011/323/0001132374_350.jpg dead or alive
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_frK_8JSsGAI/Skp1cnGRPdI/AAAAAAAAAKQ/0LtDJLI__K8/s400/michael+jackson+bad.jpg
    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/27184347/Eurythmics%2BAnnie%2BSweet%2BDreams.jpg
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b26169e20148c6d6a014970c-800wi

    I think it’s about time for androgyny to make a comeback (in the English sense of that word, not Korea’s version). And if they time it right, Kpop could benefit!

  25. Actually, the androgynous look has been popular periodically in the West, too. Take the whole glam rock movement for example: David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, Queen, Sweet, etc.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_uAeqJqVaJp8/SX_Fvy6MCHI/AAAAAAAAAks/RXQT29z1c5o/s1600-h/queen2.jpg
    http://blogue.us/2009/01/06/kansai-yamamoto-x-ziggy-stardust/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_%28band%29

    In the 80s there was Duran Duran, Boy George, Dead Or Alive, Michael Jackson, etc., at the same time that Annie Lennox and Joan Jett were pushing it from the other side.
    shack.us/img97/781/d9ax.jpg   duran duran
    http://blogs.sfweekly.com/shookdown/boy_george.jpg
    http://cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/011/323/0001132374_350.jpg dead or alive
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_frK_8JSsGAI/Skp1cnGRPdI/AAAAAAAAAKQ/0LtDJLI__K8/s400/michael+jackson+bad.jpg
    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/27184347/Eurythmics%2BAnnie%2BSweet%2BDreams.jpg
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b26169e20148c6d6a014970c-800wi

    I think it’s about time for androgyny to make a comeback (in the English sense of that word, not Korea’s version). And if they time it right, Kpop could benefit!

  26. looks like Daniel Radcliffe heard of the shiny suit trend xD 
    http://media.monstersandcritics.com/galleries/1813703/0178964855085.jpg
    even though i like flower boys on tv, in reality i dont think they give off a very manly aura…LIKE A MAN! xD

  27. You need to show pictures of the suits!!!!!!

    I actually have a couple of friends that are girls that dress up as guys. They can pass as male (flower boys mostly)… though one is Korean and the other is Chinese. Maybe it’s an Asian thing. They have so little hair. Ahhhh I’m very jealous.

  28. FOR YOUR NEXT VIDEO CAN U TALK ABOUT MUSIC BANKS………… read more……………… i am going with my dad to korea next spring and heard about the music bank concerts….. and of course… i am a kpop fan bcuz i watch your videos XD but anyways… i want to know if u guys have been to one and where they are at and also how oftern they are…. i search it on google and it pops up in korean… i cant read and then i asked my friend who is full korean and she has a house in korea and she said she has been to one but i haven’t talked to her much about it… plz plz plz help me :'(

  29. I thought when you said shiny suits, it would be like Hyun Bin’s shiny suit in Secret Garden.  I can’t imagine that being a fad there. Imagine, sparkly work out suits. waaah!

    On the other hand, Jaejoong is really manly when you see him in person. And the muscles, it’s even bigger than some of the manly idols.

  30. Of course everyone remembers Hanson! Mmmbop aside, It’s not like they’ve all died or even retired or something. Their latest album, Shout It Out, just came out last year and was pretty good! Though maybe not as epic as The Walk. MmmBop was silly, but they’ve matured into solid pop rock musicians. Actually, they had a cameo in Katy Perry’s latest music video (Last Friday Night) as well.

    And now that I’ve stopped *almost* gushing over Hanson, when you mentioned Foo Fighters I immediately flashed back to the music videos for Everlong and Learn to Fly where Dave Grohl did dress like a girl/woman. Thank you for reminding of that hilarity!

  31. Actually, studies have been done to that show a correlation with the stability of a country with the preferred male type. In countries with a more stable economy and low death rates, more feminine features are preferred by women. In unstable countries, more testosterone-ish features are wanted. Canada and the US are stable, they aren’t as well off as as say S. Korea or Japan (well, before the earthquake in any case), so flower boys would be less appealing to the female population. I think this factors in. I couldn’t find the original article I read about this, but this is a repeat/review: http://www.sodahead.com/living/women-prefer-girlie-men-are-manly-men-endangered-species/blog-289605/ I thought it was an interesting view. ^_^ Plus, I gotta say, I love how Jaejoong looks!  He’s my favorite flower boy…

  32. Those damn… awesome… Asian genes!

  33. I have shown a picture of Jaejoong to my two sisters, two brother-in-laws, and my parents, and every. single. one. genuinely thought he was a girl until I told them otherwise. <_<

    So yeah! You definitely picked the perfect example to bring up, I guess. xD -will be showing this video to my sister-

  34. I have shown a picture of Jaejoong to my two sisters, two brother-in-laws, and my parents, and every. single. one. genuinely thought he was a girl until I told them otherwise. <_<

    So yeah! You definitely picked the perfect example to bring up, I guess. xD -will be showing this video to my sister-

  35. Aha I tried to look up “Korean Flower Boys” on Google images, and the first page was all the guys from Boys Over Flowers :D  But I experienced the same thing Martina did: when I first started listening to k-pop, I thought all the guy groups were really weird and girly looking. Then a month later I tried the guy groups out again, and found they were all actual very handsome. I wonder why that is though… ?

    • Me too I was like ” Is key (SHINee) wearing eyeliner?” then about two weeks later I was like they are so cute. Now when I see any kpop singer looking girly it seems so normal.

  36. sorry, it’s off topic, and this may sound stupid, but what’s your “SEUNGRI! TIME FOR KISSES!” punch line all about? i’ve heard you say it in some of your vids and it made me curious. thanks!

  37. sorry, it’s off topic, and this may sound stupid, but what’s your “SEUNGRI! TIME FOR KISSES!” punch line all about? i’ve heard you say it in some of your vids and it made me curious. thanks!

  38. to be honest, every time you had “SHINee” in the captions…I GOT VERY CONFUSED! XD

    flower boys ARE awesome and hot… :3 :D

    and omg, it’s so annoying when people go on about how feminine and girlie k-pop guys look.
    whenever i show people pictures of taemin or jaejoong… *sigh* it’s a tough life. =w=

  39. Haha yeah I’m at a math camp and you can definitely tell who’s Korean by the way the guys dress. I mean you have the nerdy wear, the usual “summer boy” wear, and then you have the Korean guys who look….Korean? I don’t know how to describe it. It’s like casual but model walk worthy. Though Korean Americans don’t really dress like that. My friend claims she can tell by their face, but come on, you can totally see by their clothes.

  40. OK..
    1. NOTHING CAN EVER BE TOO SHINee!!
    2. That happens a lot to me, especially when I try to show them Taemin… makes me upset sometimes, because when I start exclaimng how  AWESOME, and amazing, and how much I love them, they start thinking some pretty weird things…( you know, because I’m a girl, and they think the “flower boys” are girls… * Martina-scrunch-face*)

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