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  1. nej added a post in a topic Unpopular Opinions (K-POP Edition)   

    Fortunately, wishing for Seungri, Jung JoonYoung, and anyone else involved, to rot in hell isn't an unpopular opinion anymore so I'm not even going to get into that but the past few days I've seen a worrying amount of comments along the lines of "This is why I only stan SM boy groups","Atleast BTS aren't misogynic", "HeeChul protects girls." etc
    Like, how would you know that?? Do you know them? Have you met them in a private setting?
    While I agree we should never accuse anyone without proof, doing the opposite and claiming idols you've never met are saints.. IDK just rubs me the wrong way I guess.
    IMO, what we should take away from all this is that we can never really know what's going on when the idols aren't on stage or on camera.
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  2. nej added a post in a topic Edward Avila   

    I know his Konglish already has been up for discussion many times before in this thread but I feel he's reached a stage where his k-booish Korean even makes this look weak in comparison.
    In the restaurant video at 4:17
     "근데~~ the 면's kinda different. 미친. 개좋아."
    Edward please stop.
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