Tips for k-pop v-loggers so they can suck less at life

I don’t like v-logging and never have.  However I realise that v-logging is a very popular pastime, so I thought it might be helpful if I outline some of the ways in which v-logging could do better, so hopefully all the k-pop v-loggers out there will read this and learn from it and lift the quality of their v-logging and then the world will be a happier place.  Well, okay, that probably won’t happen, but what will happen is I will get to write about why I don’t like v-logs which will make me feel better and will also probably annoy a lot of people.  If your own v-log was selected for this post, try to look past the usual Kpopalypse tone and take on board the constructive feedback within, won’t you?



Big boobs in k-pop guide part 3 – private parts investigations

In the never ending quest to determine boob size, Kpopalypse is back with the third big boobs in k-pop post!  Several new busty entrants in k-pop have appeared, plus there are still many existing idols who have not been covered.  Come on another journey into (or perhaps between) the breasts of your favourite Korean idols!


Be warned – this post is bigger than Qri’s implants, so it might lag a little on slower devices, like netizens’ brains.  Proceed with caution!


Understanding plagiarism and song ownership issues so you don’t look like a fuckhead on the Internet

A couple years ago I wrote this post and then this other post about plagiarism in k-pop, to help the people I encounter understand the basics of what plagiarism is and is not.  I still gets tons of questions every time a new k-pop plagiarism or song ownership dispute appears, which seems to be about once per week lately.  So in the spirit of “teach a man to fish rather than slap them across the face with a fish“, as well as the spirit of “please stop asking me these stupid fucking questions because nobody cares”, Kpopalypse now brings to you a nice, simple guide to finding plagiarism in your favourite k-pop songs!  Yay!