When it comes to colourful hair I think it is somewhat popular it's just that people can't have it because of work or school like you said. I mean Irene is such a popular model right now and she is known for her crazy hair. So I would say it is somewhat of a trend
Her pronunciation is not good but I heard worse accents(I didn't understand my Mongolian classmate at all), her's is just the typical english speaker one. But you can really hear she doesn't really understand what she is saying, she completly lacks emotions when speaking in Korean. And then from No 9 onward she just goes back to english even though saying it in Korean wouldn't have been difficult in my opinion. How long has she been studying Korean at this point? She seems to only know standard I am/I have structure.
I looked it up and treatment can be up to 15.000€ but if you have two reports from therapists, making it a diagnosed medical problem, insurence will cover it. Just getting these reports takes long. I think you have to live as your true gender for about 2 years before getting those. But I did see this "fake boy" trend a lot when I was younger and more into japanese pop culture. All those girls dressing like Visual Kei artists and going by male names. I guess it has something to do with attention, female Idols just don't get the same attention and are not being put on a pedestal as much. After all the majority of fans are straight girls.
Yeah the lines are bad but I wouldn't call that "spelling" lol. It would have been funnier if the really did made a spellng mistake Also isn't she living in Korea? I doubt they would misspell such a simple word. I guess her English just isn't that good.
Correct me If I'm wrong but isn't Ilbe a far-right, women and foreigners hating page? Are you trying to get her assaulted or something the next time she visits Korea? She shouldn't act like she knows everything about Korea but that seems like an overreaction.
I study something similiar to Kennie and we were told with a degree like that you usually have to invent the job yourself. Besides becoming a translator or an interpreter a common options is entering a business that relates to your region or country. Like a bank or an import/export company. Or you work for the government, embassy or something. A friend of mine wants to work for an NGO relating to North Korea.
Maybe it was? I just remember something about cheating in their past? Don't take my word for it Edit: You were right. A few months ago another member posted about her cheating. http://gurugossiper.com/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=12582
This sponsor thing sounds just like Patreon, guess YouTube doesn't like the revenue Patreon gets thanks to them. They do say the won't put people behind a pay wall but... I don't know how to feel about this. I guess it's just 5$.