The Pitfalls Of Dating: Why Being A Kpop Fan Is Bad
Kpop and dating: could your love for the genre actually be hindering your love life ?. Once you date a K-pop fangirl, brace yourself from being influenced by group or fandom's problems, I reassure her that it's going to be fine. No problem. I tried to hide my fangirl side, but being a fangirl is a part of who we are. If you're dating someone and that person doesn't like kpop then how But, I feel so guilty every time we talk abt some updates in kpop.
And boyfriends can break your heart, bias can make you smile and laugh without having to be in the same country as you.
I used to be in a relationship some what similar to how you are now. I tried to hide my fangirl side, but being a fangirl is a part of who we are. If we hide it well only feel uncomfortable. If he truly likes you for you then he should be able to respect your fangirl side. I'm sure he has an idol he also follows or pays attention to when he sees on TV.
Some also like to add Cheating into it which can be true.
Let me go into more detail High Standards; While being a fangirl you see your oppas and all the talents they posses. You see their amazing muscular body, dancing, singing, acting, personality, flawless face etc. You won't find a copy of your oppa anywhere. Some will be similar, but never exactly alike. I'll admit as a fangirl my standards have increased tremendously.
I used to want a guy that was caring, sweet, loyal, funny and friendly. Now I want a guy that can sing, dance, play an instrument mostly violin or piano and so on. It's embarrassing to admit, but it's the truth. Insufficient Attention; When you are single you get to obsess about your oppa all you want. You watch their vlogs, performances, when they appear of variety shows and so on.
Once you get in a relationship you either have to balance the attention or quit one of the attention.
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You're still on tract with your oppa and all he does yet you give your boyfriend the attention he needs. If you don't know what bias means, it's a person's favorite member from a group. Concert tickets, not flowers, are the best present you could ever give Chances are you both don't live in Korea. Which means that whenever a Kpop group comes to town, tickets are in hot demand.
Not to mention expensive. But you get to breathe the same air as your idols! Or you can just stop buying flowers and buy me a concert ticket instead. Pretty much all the idol groups have their own specially designed lightsticks, which comes in their fan colors or logos. Lightsticks are a means to define the idol group's identity, especially in a concert with different groups performing.
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Plus when the lights are off, the fan oceans alight with lightsticks is simply beautiful. Especially from the stage. Can you see us, oppa? Not understanding any of the lyrics, even when it's in English. Our idols don't exactly have the best lyrics writers when it comes to English I'm looking at you, SM.KPOP PROBLEMS
But even then you just simply do not get why they keep singing in a language they don't even understand. Let me put this into perspective, it's like singing Despacito. We are probably getting The songs are just too addictive!
Is there really a need to call you oppa too? Our chances of calling our idol oppas to their faces are so low we need to somehow live out our inner Korean dreams. And what better than to do it with than with someone we love? You might get irritated, but 'oppa' is also used as a sign of affection by Koreans. You should be happy that we think you are worthy of being called oppa!
Get ready to continuously ask 'Is that a girl or boy? And yes, a lot of the male idols wear make up as well.
Sometimes the boys are so pretty, you start questioning your own masculinity. WHY do these boys look so good?