A Comprehensive Guide To The Best X Curves In K Pop

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A Comprehensive Guide to the Best X-Curves in K-pop
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A Comprehensive Guide to the Best X-Curves in K-pop

The standards for physical beauty in K-pop are endless as almost every part of the body has been incorporated into terms that define some impossible ideal that can only be achieved through intense dieting, rigorous exercise, and when those things aren’t enough plastic surgery. From the Ant Waist to the S-Curve and the X-Line, these type of terms used to police the Golden Proportions and upheld as industry standards seem to be ever evolving. Thus, Im coining a new term to describe this amazing new trend thats been popping up more and more lately, the X-Curve.

A Guide to Recognising South Korea Video Production Companies
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A Guide to Recognising South Korea Video Production Companies

There are hundreds of MVs released every year in South Korea, and as fans we welcome comeback after comeback of our favourite singers. However, behind every great MV is a video production company the spotlight neglects. Even the most avid fans of South Korea’s music industry might not pay attention to the producers behind each piece of MV, focusing largely on the product more than the creators. These underappreciated creatives deserve some recognition, and once you delve into the world of each production company, it becomes almost too easy to identify them by their visual styles and film techniques.

Rain denies J.Y. Park is his guide in life and talks about his upcoming comeback
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Rain denies J.Y. Park is his guide in life and talks about his upcoming comeback

Singer/actor Rain recently held an interview with Ilgan Sports, discussing his December comeback, his marriage, his appearance on KBS2's 'The Unit', and more!

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Rain will be having a busy latter half of 2017, with his new film 'Uhmbokdong' awaiting its premiere, his comeback with a mini album confirmed for December, and of course, his newfound position as a mentor for his hoobaes on 'The Unit'.

He first opened up about his comeback, with, "I plan on including about 5 tracks, with the main theme being a trendy, urban rock sound. In truth, I wasn't able to write high quality songs like 'How to Avoid the Sun' and 'Rainism' up until now. But this time, I did it. So I'm confident in my performance."