Also does Joan not know that if your hair parting is very visible and straight, it makes your face look longer thus older? Plus the beginning of her hair parting makes her look like she has a bald patch and a bigger forehead. If anything she should make her hair parting more curved. Her idol Jennie does it too. Seems like Joan isn't even good at copying Jennie. Is there anything she can do properly?
God, I can't say how I got to know Milo- or how she now called herself Minnie- just in case she sees this thread. I know her personally and we still talk to each other and we're close enough for us to be mutuals on Instagram (both on her public and private account). I nicely said nothing of the sudden gender and name change during her stay in Seoul. If you got any questions please DM me.
HAHAHA this is the typical "im taking a picture with a fan so here's my Professional Idol Smile" pose- smiling but dead eyes. If you look at other photos taken of Jennie with other celebs, she looks genuinely excited and happy. I don't think Jennie would be creeped out by Joan if she ever found out about Joan's obsession, but rather pathetic tbh. There's a lot of young Korean women who reference what Jennie wears but the thing is that Jennie's style suits Jennie because she's young and pretty. Joan is older and looks older than her. Forcing yourself to a certain style when you don't look flattering at all is just really...sad...
my friend saw taeri_taeri irl and he said she looks pretty much the same as her photos but she's caked with makeup. very short too. plastic surgery is obvious but she denies them all the time or gets very aggressive when the topic is brought up.
I honestly do no understand why we have to walk on eggshells around Japan when it's Japan that should be begging for our forgiveness on their knees. You say if being "extremely nationalistic" is a bad thing when not even 100 years have passed since we were liberated and our government is corrupted by pro-Japanese politicians. I'm saying this again, we're not celebrating the deaths of thousands of lives, and it's clear since two images were used for the shirt. I don't understand why the shirt must be criticized when it's designed by a Korean and is worn by a Korean. We're saddened by the deaths of innocent Koreans killed by the bomb, but the bomb still led to our freedom. The images of the March and the bomb literally equates to what gave us our freedom. We're not going "hee hee the bomb killed a lot of Japanese people!" as so many outsiders assume. The victim shouldn't apologize to their attacker, or be policed on how to feel and express their emotions. Sorry for going OT but it's bizarre how Korea always gets the short end of the stick whenever we're put together with Japan. Maybe we'd be more gentle if they stop using the rising sun flag and start showing some genuine apology. BTS has always been patriots- or maybe extreme nationalists as you'd like to call it. But this label affects most Koreans. I hope Jimin doesn't apologize and stand proud as a Korean. Our country has been torn into shreds by Japan and we're still treated like dogs by them. Honestly I'm tired of how so many people ignore the atrocities of Japan's doings and are so quick to call Koreans xenophobic or "extreme nationalists". I didn't mean to ramble but I always feel kinda suffocated and really sad whenever I see stuff like this happen so this will be my last comment on this topic. I don't want to force you to think of a certain way but know that there is always more than just one narrative.
Don’t try to use politics and history to justify how you feel about kpop groups. But whatever, right? it’s not like your ancestors were brutally murdered, raped and enslaved for years until liberation day.
As a Korean, it’s not something to be mad about. The bomb, even if it meant thousands of deaths of innocent lives including Koreans’, ended the war and gave us our freedom that our ancestors have sacrificed themselves as they fought for it. We are not celebrating the death, we are remembering it’s signifcance. OurHistory, the brand that made the shirt, has explained their usage of the pictures on their blog two years ago. I wish non-Koreans will stop belittling us.
I really liked it too! It reminded me of Ooh-Ahh and I know a lot of Onces were begging for another concept like Ooh-Ahh so it was nice to see them going back to their roots. I really liked their clothes too.
lol i really doubt that taehyung brought his dog just because jooheon brought his cat to a fansign when 1. no one really cares about what goes on in fan signs of other artists unless it's controversial 2. no one but monsta x fans knew and cared about him brining his cat to the fan sign for the thing to blow up for other groups to "copy" it 3.taehyung often brings yeontan to work. he brought him backstage during music shows since the fake love era and MV filmings.