9:26 am - 03/20/2019


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The nomnomnominations for the pet competition was a success and I have a lot to go through, so while we wait for our furry babies to make a comeback, and keeping up with the 'Omona needs no male' mood, here comes the second installment of omona's fluffy take over: the fluffy takes.
Pretty much like vintage_boom Hot Takes, but make them fluffy (good vibes, positive vibes, happy vibes), and preferably women centric.

ex: Homan moms who prefer cat over dogs are queens and that's a fact.

Unrelated Kitty Proposal:
As a third installment of the fluffy take over, I would like to get your opinion on a "woman of the month" serie.
The goal would be to have a post focused on one queen of the k-industry.
We would need a part based off facts: bio, debut, achievements...
And a part more personal to the writer of the post: dream comeback, dream concept, dream album, hidden gems (b-sides no one talks about)...

Names like BoA or Uhm jung Hwa come to mind. But also LE or Hyolyn
I realize this is a lot of work but if you're interested in writing a post like that PM me.

PS: I might have nine lives but my inbox doesn't, so I'll turn off the notifications. Sorry >.<

revedesnuages 20th-Mar-2019 10:40 pm (UTC)
I don’t really mind when girl groups break up because I’ll always have the music, some of them do get to venture out to careers/companies where they have more autonomy than their previous company, and once in a while you get cute reunion pics on social media uwu. I like how close Wonder Girls, Sistar, SNSD, the Ark, etc managed to stay post-breakup ♥
revedesnuages 20th-Mar-2019 11:08 pm (UTC)
My copy of T-ara’s Breaking Heart just came in the mail! I bought this a few years late but imo it’s one of the strongest debut albums.
goshipgurl 22nd-Mar-2019 04:32 pm (UTC)
breaking heart wasn't their debut album?
revedesnuages 25th-Mar-2019 03:00 am (UTC)
I still count Breaking Heart as their debut album because it's a repackage of Absolute First Album.
lil_poisonfrog 21st-Mar-2019 03:29 am (UTC)
Yeah I feel the same. 7 years really is a long time for a pop group by most countries' standards! The only place that has Kpop beat in that regard is Japan I think. But the Japanese public actually supports their long running groups as they age...if ppl continue to see Kpop as something for kids only, I'd rather groups disband gracefully like Sistar than try to hang on and get mocked for it as they decline in popularity. Like, even most of the older male groups still around except maybe TVXQ and Shinwha are embarrassing af even if they still have some fans.

Edited at 2019-03-21 04:01 am (UTC)
carmine_pink 21st-Mar-2019 04:30 am (UTC)
I love how groups like Sistar still go to hang out together! <3
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