• myloveisDRC

    …and Winter Poetry received only .2 marks higher? Okay.

  • Daniel Wang

    The comeback wasn’t too bad, but certainly better than most rookies that debuted this year. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/lucaswoodstock Lucas Oliveira Dantas

    what’s with pledis and lackluster comebacks last year? i guess they foccused their efforts on nu’est, but every other artist of them had interesting comebacks, but still not fantastic – except for orange caramel, of course. son dambi’s song is great, but not a bang, after school’s “flashback” grows with time, but it did lose its momentum and hello venus, well, i totally agree with you, jasper.

    i think “what are you doing today?” is way too cute for a group that had such an impressive debut – although it’s way better than “like a wave”; but i do love the other songs from the mini, actually way more than the lead-single. “first love” just hit the core, it’s my kind of pop ballad and their performance is perfect! but it’s “same” the real stand-out, such an interesting song for a k-pop group that could easily go into the formulaic route.

    i personally love how pledis is the best agency in crafting interesting albums that go beyond the lead-single and actually feel like a piece of work. somehow, even if the “what are you doing today?” isn’t as loud and eloquent as “venus”, both minis feel very suplementary and give for a consistent discography.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lucaswoodstock Lucas Oliveira Dantas

    what’s with pledis and lackluster comebacks last year? i guess they foccused their efforts on nu’est, but every other artist of them had interesting comebacks, but still not fantastic – except for orange caramel, of course. son dambi’s song is great, but not a bang, after school’s “flashback” grows with time, but it did lose its momentum and hello venus, well, i totally agree with you, jasper.

    i think “what are you doing today?” is way too cute for a group that had such an impressive debut – although it’s way better than “like a wave”; but i do love the other songs from the mini, actually way more than the lead-single. “first love” just hit the core, it’s my kind of pop ballad and their performance is perfect! but it’s “same” the real stand-out, such an interesting song for a k-pop group that could easily go into the formulaic route.

    i personally love how pledis is the best agency in crafting interesting albums that go beyond the lead-single and actually feel like a piece of work. somehow, even if the “what are you doing today?” isn’t as loud and eloquent as “venus”, both minis feel very suplementary and give for a consistent discography.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lucaswoodstock Lucas Oliveira Dantas

    what’s with pledis and lackluster comebacks last year? i guess they foccused their efforts on nu’est, but every other artist of them had interesting comebacks, but still not fantastic – except for orange caramel, of course. son dambi’s song is great, but not a bang, after school’s “flashback” grows with time, but it did lose its momentum and hello venus, well, i totally agree with you, jasper.

    i think “what are you doing today?” is way too cute for a group that had such an impressive debut – although it’s way better than “like a wave”; but i do love the other songs from the mini, actually way more than the lead-single. “first love” just hit the core, it’s my kind of pop ballad and their performance is perfect! but it’s “same” the real stand-out, such an interesting song for a k-pop group that could easily go into the formulaic route.

    i personally love how pledis is the best agency in crafting interesting albums that go beyond the lead-single and actually feel like a piece of work. somehow, even if the “what are you doing today?” isn’t as loud and eloquent as “venus”, both minis feel very suplementary and give for a consistent discography.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lucaswoodstock Lucas Oliveira Dantas

    what’s with pledis and lackluster comebacks last year? i guess they foccused their efforts on nu’est, but every other artist of them had interesting comebacks, but still not fantastic – except for orange caramel, of course. son dambi’s song is great, but not a bang, after school’s “flashback” grows with time, but it did lose its momentum and hello venus, well, i totally agree with you, jasper.

    i think “what are you doing today?” is way too cute for a group that had such an impressive debut – although it’s way better than “like a wave”; but i do love the other songs from the mini, actually way more than the lead-single. “first love” just hit the core, it’s my kind of pop ballad and their performance is perfect! but it’s “same” the real stand-out, such an interesting song for a k-pop group that could easily go into the formulaic route.

    i personally love how pledis is the best agency in crafting interesting albums that go beyond the lead-single and actually feel like a piece of work. somehow, even if the “what are you doing today?” isn’t as loud and eloquent as “venus”, both minis feel very suplementary and give for a consistent discography.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lucaswoodstock Lucas Oliveira Dantas

    what’s with pledis and lackluster comebacks last year? i guess they foccused their efforts on nu’est, but every other artist of them had interesting comebacks, but still not fantastic – except for orange caramel, of course. son dambi’s song is great, but not a bang, after school’s “flashback” grows with time, but it did lose its momentum and hello venus, well, i totally agree with you, jasper.

    i think “what are you doing today?” is way too cute for a group that had such an impressive debut – although it’s way better than “like a wave”; but i do love the other songs from the mini, actually way more than the lead-single. “first love” just hit the core, it’s my kind of pop ballad and their performance is perfect! but it’s “same” the real stand-out, such an interesting song for a k-pop group that could easily go into the formulaic route.

    i personally love how pledis is the best agency in crafting interesting albums that go beyond the lead-single and actually feel like a piece of work. somehow, even if the “what are you doing today?” isn’t as loud and eloquent as “venus”, both minis feel very suplementary and give for a consistent discography.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lucaswoodstock Lucas Oliveira Dantas

    what’s with pledis and lackluster comebacks last year? i guess they foccused their efforts on nu’est, but every other artist of them had interesting comebacks, but still not fantastic – except for orange caramel, of course. son dambi’s song is great, but not a bang, after school’s “flashback” grows with time, but it did lose its momentum and hello venus, well, i totally agree with you, jasper.

    i think “what are you doing today?” is way too cute for a group that had such an impressive debut – although it’s way better than “like a wave”; but i do love the other songs from the mini, actually way more than the lead-single. “first love” just hit the core, it’s my kind of pop ballad and their performance is perfect! but it’s “same” the real stand-out, such an interesting song for a k-pop group that could easily go into the formulaic route.

    i personally love how pledis is the best agency in crafting interesting albums that go beyond the lead-single and actually feel like a piece of work. somehow, even if the “what are you doing today?” isn’t as loud and eloquent as “venus”, both minis feel very suplementary and give for a consistent discography.