• FallingSnow

    Oh you guys, what’s with the intense shipping between IU and Taeyang? XD Personally, it’ll be interesting to see the IU and Taeyang pairing on WGM – it’ll be like the ultimate fangirl fantasy re-enactment wouldn’t it? But in real life, I personally feel IU has a lot of chemistry with Yoo Seung Ho (Operation Proposal, God of Study). Their respective personalities balance and complement each other really well, plus they’ve known each other since forever. (Can’t you tell, I’ve given this a lot of thought? LOL)

    • bethany_SB

      That pairing didn’t even occur to me! They would look so cute together, that’s for sure.

  • http://twitter.com/ProtectMyJYJ JYJclock

    I want Yoochun and Han Ji Min <3

  • http://lady-erudite.livejournal.com/ eruditemonk

    ♥ Dongwoon on WGM will be so much WIN! ^_^ On the other hand, as much as I want an IU x Taeyang or IU x Yoseob, I don’t know why IU x Doojoon suddenly flashed on my mind’s eye… 

  • itsmysunshine

    I have too many couples in my mind that I really want to be in WGM lol. But my favorite picks would be.. 1) CNBLUE’s Jonghyun and Sojin; 2) Suzy with.. basically everyone that she has been paired with; 3) and maybe, just for fun, G.O and Jooyeon xD

  • Khaddie

    I would love to see Jung Juri and G.O. I’ve seen some videos of those two and they always crack me up. Also, that woman has groped almost every male idol and lived to tell the tale. She is awesome.

    I dont really know who I’d want to see. Wait, that’s a lie. I have a list, but it would take too long so here are some. Taeyang-IU, Hyoyeon- Eunhyuk (Or anyone, maybe Yoo Ah In, cuz he picked her out of SNSD?), Jia-Anyone awesome (I’m not really fussed, I just want to see Jia on some variety), Sooyoung-Anyone (Again, I just think she is awesome and would watch 20 minutes of here just talking, it would be hilarious)

    I’m not really fussed about specific pairings (except IU and Taeyang). I just would like to see my biases, specifically the ones that aren’t really the centre of their group having fun even if it is very scripted. Which is why I would be happy to see any of them in relationships, because hopefully that means they are happy.

    Dear Lord, that was so sappy. Please forgive me, :(.

  • http://www.facebook.com/karheng279 Aaron Ho

    Haha JeTi FTW =D 

    but nevertheless, I for one think that WGM or virtual idol relationships are well accepted by the fans because it gives a sense of control on the relationship, steering to the fan’s desired directions without getting out of sight and out of control. 
    Something like a parent allowing a child to pretend that he is driving by letting him steering the wheel while the car’s being stationary. 
    But seeing the backlash of idol getting into relationships, cant someone explain to me why the case is different when Shindong from SuJu going public with his relationship? 

    • http://twitter.com/veria10 Veria

      Because Shindong is simply not a popular member, and his popularity mainly stems from being an entertainer, not his looks or what have you (and of course looks play a huge part in popularity and more popular members equals crazier fans). This isn’t to say he doesn’t have fans – I’ve seen a few dedicated shindong stans around – but they’re definitely in the minority and don’t compare anywhere to the popularity other members such as say Eunhyuk or Donghae have. And this his fans are actually quite peaceful and genuinely just want him to be happy (from what I’ve seen). The only other people who would really care are the rest of the ELF fandom who love Shindong as a member, but not to the extent they’d care and bash the girl he’s going out with. Anyway, just my opinion :)

  • jess_1

    I’ve never watched a single episode of WGM because I know it’s fake.
    I’m already a victim of the scripted variety shows, I think that’s more than enough.

    However, I might start watching it if Lee Joon and Hyosung will be there.
    Yes, please!
    These two are just adorable even from Idol Army.
    Up until now, Joon still talks about Hyosung. 

    How scripted must it be if there’s Taeyang/IU?
    How about Thunder/IU?
    Their friendship is real so that will be adorable but awkward as well.
    Ok, so maybe not. lol

    • http://colourmesplendid.wordpress.com Ree

      “How about Thunder/IU?”
      +1 they’re so freaking adorable :3 like, I need to stop having Taeyang and IU shoved in my face every other day >.<

  • http://twitter.com/BRAT9 Rock Steady

    Min + Hongki

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=513439726 Sharon Overlord

    I agree that the companies pander to the fans waaay too much! Idols calling their fans girlfriends and telling them not to cheat on them, thats just inviting trouble. In fact, not having a husband/boyfriend is almost unheard of in kpop. My friend always ask me who is my husband, and every time she asks me my answer changes. Lol. 

    So now I just say I dont have a husband, I have a harem. Wayyy easier. I guess im different bc I know a lot of people eould get upset if their favorite idol was to marry or date someone. Im different, I want my favorite ones to marry! I want them to be happy. It seems like being an idol is lonely. I want them to have a cute relationship like Tasha and Druken Tiger. See them happy, truly happy. 

    Shouldn’t fans ultimately want their idol to be happy? I feel sorry for Jaejoong who says he’s lonely. I swear, he’s close to becoming the cat lady, except that he has one, which he dotes on  a bit too much. 

    Oh and my pairing, Lim from wonder girls and Kevin from Ukiss! They would be the cutest and nicest couple!!!! They would also make the most adorable children >_< I dont ship anyone except for this couple. 

    • Gil_SB

      Harems are the way to go. Monogamy is overrated. 

  • http://twitter.com/fah2ma Fatouma

    I wonder if WGM would have the balls to allow for  same-sex pairings on the show, like JeTi, EunHae, JoonMir, hehe. Doubtful, but a (fan)girl can dream. But that concept might actually get me to start watching the show again :) But I wonder if the show is already cancelled, because I saw some rumours flying around a while ago that it was. 

    • illerz

       No they wouldn’t.
      No there is a strike so no new episodes until that is resolved.

  • http://www.twitter.com/veiledheart veiledheart

     I agree with Salima. All it does is give their fantasy more meat. You don’t have to dream up as much when you’ve got examples right in front of you. Whether it be you shipping a particular couple or being a fan of a particular idol. It gives you ideas as to what they’re really like ( or at least how they want you to view them). WGM or any of the other shows gives you a look inside that you don’t get any other way. Them being in a relationship doesn’t do that. That’s private, behind closed doors. Fans can’t do anything with that. They lose their idol (in their mind) and they get nothing in return. 

    As far as my pairing is concerned Min and anyone really. She’d be great to watch. 

  • Mintmint

    I probably am a bit of an anomaly in terms of fangirlism and WGM (warning: this is long!). Unlike what other people have said, I don’t feel an ounce of jealousy when I see idols getting paired up, and it’s not because I know it is a fake relationship or because they don’t hire my bias as part of the married couple.

    Here is the way I see WGM. I actually enjoy it a lot and see it as lighthearted and positive entertainment that you don’t find a lot in American reality shows where they center a lot of filming on the screaming fist fights, arguing, crying, lying and all that nasty business. Yes, WGM is not reality, it’s scripted and “fake” because it’s so cheesy and nicey-nice. But that’s a part of its charm to be honest – who wants to come home after a long day of school, work, whatever and watch people having MORE problems on your TV? In some ways WGM is an escape where you can forget your troubles and just watch two people “falling in love.” As scripted as it is, it still has that reality feel to it which is the reason why it is enjoyable. Watching a rom-com or a drama where two people fall in love doesn’t have the same effect, as it goes along with a storyline that needs momentum and there is a certain “weight” and seriousness that comes with needing to progress a story, however comedic or romantic the movie is. In a reality show like WGM, I feel like I’m watching my friends from high school flirting at the lunch table or something – you get those fleeting “Aww, they’re just so cute” feelings, the same kind that you feel when you watch puppy videos on YouTube. Horrible analogy but you get my point. It’s meant to be like packaged candy that is sweet, bite-sized and easily digested – and then after you’re done relaxing with that snack for an hour, you get on with your life.  

    Not to pick on the jealous SB writers (hehe ^^) but even just getting bummed out when idols are hitched speaks to the possessiveness that the idol culture encourages. Unfortunately a significant amount of the crazies would go as far as attacking the girlfriend of a male idol (I don’t think this happens as much in the opposite situation with a female idol). However the majority of people will settle with bashing her online, crying about how they feel so jealous on fansites, or even having a passive reaction like eating a tub of ice cream for a day (:P) or like what my Korean friend said to me once that she refuses to watch WGM because she can’t help feeling jealous all the time. I think it should encourage some self-reflection in fans as to why they feel jealous or have negative reactions when their idols get paired up, and if they SHOULD feel jealous or bummed out at all. Even though feeling jealous (and doing nothing about it) is not destructive to anyone else, it still is a negative feeling that, in my opinion, is not necessary and can be easily eliminated if you distance yourself from idols like you would distance yourself from anyone you don’t know in real life. Technically, these idols are strangers (although I acknowledge that the idol culture makes it extremely hard to distinguish these boundaries). I mean, I guess I would get jealous if I liked a guy my friend was dating, but not over a celebrity who I’ve never met before. Their lives have never crossed paths with mine, and probably never will except at the occasional concert where I will be ONE in thousands of fans in the audience. And I feel completely fine saying that, because I know that their job is to entertain me with variety shows and music, NOT to be my fantasy husband or potential boyfriend. I wish them a happy life and hope they find their true love, but I would wish the same for basically any human being out there who wants companionship.

    Shows like WGM only become a problem when fangirls take it much farther than it really is. Like thinking that these couples are real and jumping on their backs when they date someone else because it ruins your shipping fantasies. Or enjoying the show for the only reason that you want to “replace yourself” in the idol relationship (romantic role-playing like Patricia said, which IMHO can quickly turn into obsessive fantasizing), or feeling like you have authority over their choices because you are so intimate and “up close” with what they do on screen. For instance, I may watch my friends flirt with each other in front of me but their relationship and feelings are none of my business, and meddling with anything (from personal experience) just makes it a hundred times worse. This speaks to the oversharing of information that idols engage in with their fans, which IMHO they should just put their foot down and tell fangirls to butt out and set boundaries.

    Watching these couples has actually made me learn a little about relationships and compatibility(although not too much since it’s scripted, but a decent amount). Like pairing up two completely different people (a la Seohyun and Yonghwa) and the potential awkwardness that can come from it. Or pairing up two people who are still completely different but they get along and look very charming together (like Ga In and Jo Kwon). Or learning about the type of “feel” that each couple has when put together (the cute honeymoon couple like Khuntoria vs. the playful bickering that Ga In/Jo Kwon have). To be honest after watching Khuntoria I’ve started to work on my cooking skills! LOL. Because after watching them I realized that it looks like a lot of fun to cook with/for your boyfriend. As cliche as the “mission cards” are, it does give you ideas that you can use for your own life or relationships as long as you take into account the scripted nature of the show.

    I think WGM should keep filming. Season 3 was terrible but I hope a show like this continues to roll onwards, if only for the sake of revealing the mentality towards Korean relationships as the young generation evolves its concept of love, as I find it very interesting and think it should be documented even in the narrow view of an idol’s life. I not only discover the personalities of the idols and their reactions in romance, but also the comments of the older ahjummas/ahjusshis that watch the couples. I find it to be a very unique aspect of the show since they are part of the older generation but still find romance to be valuable or a positive aspect in a relationship (now, I’m not sure if they are just saying those things for the show’s sake, and I don’t take them to be representative of their age group). This is contrary to what I’ve heard about Korean marriage as I think only recently the issue between love and arranged marriage has surfaced in their society, and in older generations being in love wasn’t considered a requirement at all for marriage.

    A lot of Kpop fangirls say that they would be completely fine if their biases dated because they “want them to be happy”, but turn around and blow up when it actually happens. For instance Big Bang Updates did an April Fool’s joke releasing a newspiece about TOP being featured in WGM. The response was HUGE, people were being so distressed left and right, and yet on other articles these SAME people will say that idols should be able to date. Well, you just proved that you can’t deal with it yourself, so what does that make you? Yup, a jealous hypocrite, or maybe you’re just confused? -___-  I think it’s completely fine to joke about having so-and-so as your husband or fantasizing about it but some people should take a step back when it actually encourages intense feelings like jealousy. A fantasy is a fantasy, nothing more. You shouldn’t actually feel sad or wish that you want to be with these people. I find that it’s difficult to get this kind of reaction with a lot of American celebrities. For instance, there are a lot of sexy Hugh Jackman videos on YouTube but I never get the kind of mentality that Kpop fangirls have for their idols. Married women joke about dragging their husbands to the movies to watch Hugh and giggling the whole time, commenting about how drool-worthy he is and how it’s such a shame that he’s married, but after they leave the movie, they go back to their husbands and just live their lives. That’s the attitude that is appropriate for Kpop idols I think. They are just for entertainment. When it becomes something that consumes or controls your feelings to ANY extent, that’s when you need to slap yourself for a reality check.

    • illerz

       I love hugh jackman and have dirty fantasies about him all the time when I see his pics. But I have never gone beyond that as far as being jealous or not loving him. I agree. I am impressed I read it all!

    • MAR_M3anie

      I’m like you, detached, I can dig on a celebrity even if they are married or seeing someone, because it’s not that deep for me.  In America it’s just expected for celebrities to be dating or married to someone.  Shoot reporters more likely will be asking celebrities why they aren’t dating someone and giving them the side eye.  It sells those news rags you see in the store, who’s with who, who’s divorcing who.  Actually to some extent you have the complete opposite reaction when celebrity couples are rumored to be getting divorce and peoples reaction is mostly, “Nooooooo, not them!  They have to stay together, they are my favorite married couple.”

      Sometimes I just find it depressing when I see fangirls getting jealous over something that’s natural to do, date and have relationships.  I also smh when I see fangirls getting jealous over food or other objects.  Like recently Lee Joon talked about kimchi fried rice, and in the comments fangirls would say, “…I’m jealous of.. rice.”

      WTF!

      By the way I always enjoy your commentary.

      • illerz

        I know! Stars get side eye when they don’t date in america. Or when they haven’t had their first marriage yet. lol And people, even when they knew it was coming still, are a little sad when a couple in hollywood break up. DEMI MOORE AND ASHTON  I was blue too. Sadness at the ending of that marriage.

        Its almost an opposite reaction. You expect to see two hot stars hook up, date and marry. Its normal.  When it isn’t happening you wonder what’s up….SIDE EYE. Unless you’re george clooney and then people just know what the deal is.
        We love to see stars hooking up and getting hitched. And can’t wait for them to pop one out to see whose gonna be gorgeous or what ridiculous name they are going to give their child. Its big business. 

        That’s why it was such a culture shock to see the opposite happening in KPOP land like what? They can’t get married…why not? Because you have some silly little fantasy that he’s yours. Grow up. You’re jealous…..of a stranger…..that doesn’t even know you exist? Of someone who wants to be happy and find love? Of someone you yourself claim to love and want happy?

         Okayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy then.

        Fangirls could not survive hollywood. It would be a right mess.

  • idontknoe

    It’s was such an anomaly to me how attached people get to their idols. I’m around the same age as most idols and hell if I’m going to listen to anyone tell me who I can or cannot date. It’s normal to be dating in your late teens and twenties, it’s what people do. It’s a little sad because you can tell that a lot of stars put off marriage because of a career backlash. I remember that when Kwon Sang-woo got married and he lost so many advertisements due to fan outrage. Its a weird attachment, but I think it comes from the amount of dedication some fans put into their idols. I’ve always thought of myself as a sane fan until Donghae(he’s not even my bias) did the WGM stint with SonEunseo, and I actually got jealous and hated her a little for no reason than that Donghae showed genuine interest in her. That’s when I knew I should step away for a little. I have all their albums and watch their shows and I feel this way, I can’t imagine the famgirls who go all out for their idols feel. It’s unhealthy but, it’s the culture of kpop I guess.

  • Black_Plague

    Was never a fan of the show after watching Season 1 back in 08 – suffice to say, the show has become heavily idol-domnated and I’d say that’s what put me off the show, considering idols already have a considerable presence in other variety shows and dramas – probably among the reasons why I only watch Gag Concert, even though idols are occasional guests but I can put up with that much. Another reason for me was the particularly poor choice of having Tae Yeon and Jung Hyung Don as a couple – that was just reckless of the producers and it received a sh!tload of outrage, especially from the fans (and it’s not even normal for Korean women to be married at the age of 20 either – TY was 20 at time she was paired with JHD in 09 – hell, if I was Tae Yeon, I probably would have thrown a big fit)

    I just couldn’t take the stupidity of that at all and even now, still consider it among the more ridiculous decisions of the show.

    And of course, we have the occasional fans that actually somehow end up believing the WGM couples are actually real couples. I mean, seriously. They’re either high on crack or watched the same episodes repeatedly up to the point they ended up thinking the ‘couples’ are actual couples. That’s just plain insanity and frankily, it should get them a ticket to mental hospital whether they like it or not. I heard somewhere that it got a tad a bit too far regarding the ‘Khuntoria’ couple.

    All in all, I think WGM’s lost its originality when it started putting out idol couples as the norm. I might as well call it WIR – We’re In a Relationship because the ‘couples’ act more like the typical couple you’d see in high school or college every now and then.

    • illerz

       I lost interest when it became idol-orientated myself last idol I enjoyed was HJ. I feel like it lost some of its believability/originality but on the same end I thought HD and TY was believable as far as age goes. Comedians especially the really popular ones LOVE marrying women 15 years or so younger than them. Its practically the norm these days. So it wasn’t that unrealistic. And I think people kicked up a storm primarily because it was HD. And they’ve already seen him at work (as a husband) and they didn’t think he deserved TY. I think -eyeroll- at that point no one would have been for her.

      I prefer the older couples on WGM. They are just more fun to watch IMHO.

    • 7cinta

      Same here. I was really into it until it became idol dominated as well. The original couples (i’m including Hwanhee couple and Hwang Bo couples too) really came off as married couples. Almost all of couples after that didn’t really give off the same vibe. So the episodes became kinda like watching people dating. The show should be called “We’re now dating” as opposed to destroying the original show. They keep changing the show and all the changes are making it worst and worst.

  • illerz

    I can NEVER understand where a fangirl gets off on bothering their idols
    real woman. It’s like insult to injury. You can NEVER have him so be mad
    at the girl that accomplished what you wanted to. I can’t understand
    how that isn’t uber pathetic to them.  What’s worse is that its a position they want themselves and were they to have it, they would want others to let them have it peacefully. I wonder if they never think the girl is just another fan like themselves and they should be happy for her the way the would want other girls to do for them. Its like they are so self absorbed they are only thinking of me me me. I find it so pathetic when people can’t think OUTSIDE themselves. Especially in the fangirl situation when they actually get jealous and then get mad. I want to ask them where do they get off thinking they have an actual say. I want to say “No he’s not your husband and I’d be willing to bet a lot he never will be”. I want to say, “stop being a hater and leave the woman/man be. Don’t hate because you want to be in her/his shoes.” And finally, “You know he doesn’t actually belong to you right?” Just helping them check on reality.

    Then there are the fangirls WAY beyond reality who just think they are already married/TOGETHER IN ANYWAY even though…..the other person has no clue they exist. We call that…crazy. And they need help. I just wonder where the authority figure in there life is to tell them this.

  • http://twitter.com/cobyness11 coby

    its because its like kdrama minus the soju drinking and nasty villains.  All I can say is that I learned more about Yonghwa (the only WGM part that I watched) and my friend should read this article for she (up until now) believes that YongSeo is real.

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

    • Samihaa

      I’ve seen TeukSo and they’re cute, but you should definitely watch Hwangbo and Hyun Joong’s (JoongBo) episodes because they’re probably the last couple that had an idol star that was far less staged and they were hilarious! Also, YongSeo is pretty cute too because of how awkward they were for a good while. Seo Inyoung’s episodes I think had a lot of bickering LOL as far as I have heard.

      • black_rose45000

        Teukso have definitely gotten cute and adorbs, but I kind of give that credit to Sora mostly lol :D
        A friend of mine stans Hwangbo so I’ve been meaning to watch her too :) curious about Seo In Young because I’ve seen snippets and I’m not sure how likable the couple can be, what you say doesn’t change my impression :( I love InYoung’s bitchiness though.
        Thank you for the info! :)

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • black_rose45000

    Aside from KangJi and TeukSo couples, I haven’t really watched anything < //3 But I would love to watch Seo Inyoung's eppies. Maybe Solbi and Hwangbo too :3 Not sure if it's ok of me to ask, but could anyone guide me?

  • http://twitter.com/suimanstudio suimanstudio

    As much as I can fangirl over some idols, I want them to experience life – including relationships. I want them to grow as individuals as long as they are young…

    I never felt negatively towards my favorites dating or starting a relationship. 
    Rather the opposite, I always get excited when it happens.
    To me an idol is and idol on stage…Coming off the stage, he/she is a person who has the right to explore what it means to live like a human being.

    Everything that reeks selfishness is obsession which needs either self or professional treatment…

  • kakadu kakaduson

    Bunch of sones around a roundtable?