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myungung 8th-Dec-2018 02:00 am (UTC)
I think a lot of older kpop fans are similar in that there was a period where they've stopped or slowed down in their listening of kpop songs. and then came back after a while and still listening to it.

for mine, I got into kpop in 2010. before that I had heard about it, but did not actively seek out to listen unless it was huge songs (like Nobody). I got sucked into it because I was randomly scrolling through SNSD music videos, and wow they're so pretty and their songs seem great (the choreography, the togetherness). it just hooked me in. and adding to the fact that I was about to begin serving national obligations, these videos were the few things that kept me going I guess? and I also managed to get the people around me into kpop during that period and we would all gather and watch together. I slowly got out of kpop in 2013/2014 because of uni and busy lives, and it wasn't till end 2015 that I got back in and now I'm in it again!

funny story though, before I got into kpop, I had chanced upon this video of SNSD at a variety show talking about mothers (it was during genie period I believe), and I had no idea who they were before. but the discussion about mothers just made me tear up, and probably a year later, I got hooked into them unknowingly. and even during my break from kpop, I was watching a clip of Roommate where they had pranked Jackson into believing his parents were coming and then his parents came, that also got me tearing up. and little did I know few months later, I would be sucked into being a fan of Got7 too. I guess the point of these 2 stories is that family makes me tear up, and I had that emotional connection to the groups I liked before paying more attention to them?
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