• http://twitter.com/minsminsmins Abbey pls

    Where’s Zico in all this? The guy’s written every single Block B song, as well as mixtapes in his spare time and lyrics for all his features in other artists’ songs. I’m honestly surprised that Jinyoung is mentioned on here and not Zico. C’mon now SB, I was expecting more from you.

    • http://twitter.com/lily_of_west Majin Buu

       I love Zico, he should be on this list too, but some other people too so, but he didn’t write every single Block B song, nor has he produced every single Block B song. He wrote and co-wrote some and he produced and co-produced some.

      • http://twitter.com/bihbum ✝ ho!ho!ho! ✝

        Well, he at least co-wrote all of them because of his raps thjat he always write, from what i know he took part in producing Wanna B from the first mini album and in the second he produced all of the 5 songs, only one of them not by himself. And Kyung helps with Block B’s songs too, it isn’t Zico alone,
        Also yeah like Junhyung, because he didn’t only produce B2ST/BEAST’s songs but also Yoseob’s solo cd and i think Evol – even though they didn’t make that much after debut – should be mentioned too, i mean come on, how much girlgroups helped to produce, write and choreography their debut song/mini album?
        There are some more, but those are the ones i can remember

        • http://twitter.com/M_Wys Michaela Wylie

          The members of SPICA also did some writing and composing for their debut mini. :)

          • http://twitter.com/bihbum ✝ ho!ho!ho! ✝

            Really? I didn’t know, but i think it is really nice of new groups to help in their own debut :)

        • http://twitter.com/lily_of_west Majin Buu

           And I didn’t take anything away from him, I just said he didn’t write and produce every single song completely. Yeah he co-wrote and wrote lyrics (of his and Pyo’s rap parts and sometimes entire songs) but I just said he didn’t write every song completely by himself. That’s all. Yes Joker should be on the list and other people come to mind too, but I guess the writer of the article didn’t want or need to name them all of one reason or another.

          • http://twitter.com/bihbum ✝ ho!ho!ho! ✝

            I’m sorry if it sounded this way, i didn’t meant it like this, really sorry, I was just pointing out that he took part in most of them. And yeah, you’re probably right about the writer.

          • http://twitter.com/bihbum ✝ ho!ho!ho! ✝

            I’m sorry if it sounded this way, i didn’t meant it like this, really sorry, I was just pointing out that he took part in most of them. And yeah, you’re probably right about the writer.

          • http://twitter.com/bihbum ✝ ho!ho!ho! ✝

            I’m sorry if it sounded this way, i didn’t meant it like this, really sorry, I was just pointing out that he took part in most of them. And yeah, you’re probably right about the writer.

          • http://twitter.com/bihbum ✝ ho!ho!ho! ✝

            I’m sorry if it sounded this way, i didn’t meant it like this, really sorry, I was just pointing out that he took part in most of them. And yeah, you’re probably right about the writer.

          • http://twitter.com/lily_of_west Majin Buu

            Why are you apologizing, it was a misunderstanding clearly. Trust me I know Zico’s abilities and what he’s done. I would never take away anything from him. The original comment I replied to, sounded as tho the OP was trying to say he wrote every Block B song completely alone and he produced every song completely alone, which wouldn’t be true. Some of the songs he did write and produce by himself, some he help with in form of other Stardom producers and writers.

      • http://twitter.com/minsminsmins Abbey pls

        He has actually written all of them. You can look at the album credits- his name is on every single one (except for OSTs). He’s had help from other producers of course, but the majority of the work on each song is done by him.

      • http://twitter.com/minsminsmins Abbey pls

        He has actually written all of them. You can look at the album credits- his name is on every single one (except for OSTs). He’s had help from other producers of course, but the majority of the work on each song is done by him.

      • http://twitter.com/minsminsmins Abbey pls

        He has actually written all of them. You can look at the album credits- his name is on every single one (except for OSTs). He’s had help from other producers of course, but the majority of the work on each song is done by him.

        • http://twitter.com/lily_of_west Majin Buu

          Yes he’s credited because in every song he wrote his and Pyo’s rap part, but he didn’t write every Block B song entirely by himself, that’s what I’m saying. Maybe you were just trying to say he wrote his parts in all Block B songs (which would be perfectly correct) but by the way you wrote it, it made it seem like you were trying to say he wrote and produced every single Block B song by himself (as in him alone/no one else), which wouldn’t be true.

          • http://twitter.com/minsminsmins Abbey pls

            He did write more than just his and Pyo’s rap parts is what I’m saying. And he’s learning composition. He writes the song itself, then the members try parts out based on whose voice suits which parts. With help from the composer hyungs at Stardom, he’s made the instrumental tracks for their songs.

          • http://twitter.com/lily_of_west Majin Buu

             I know he wrote some songs completely, get it? I’m saying he didn’t write and produced them all completely alone. Get the difference. I know there are more than few songs he wrote and produced completely alone, but NOT ALL THAT’S ALL I’M SAYING!

      • http://twitter.com/minsminsmins Abbey pls

        He has actually written all of them. You can look at the album credits- his name is on every single one (except for OSTs). He’s had help from other producers of course, but the majority of the work on each song is done by him.

    • kpopfan6

      Yeah, as soon as I saw “DIY” in the title I was completely expecting Zico to be mentioned. Of course the whole article wasn’t going to be focused only on him since there are several DIY idols, but NOT EVEN ONE SENTENCE??? That’s pretty ridiculous to me.

    • kpopfan6

      Yeah, as soon as I saw “DIY” in the title I was completely expecting Zico to be mentioned. Of course the whole article wasn’t going to be focused only on him since there are several DIY idols, but NOT EVEN ONE SENTENCE??? That’s pretty ridiculous to me.

    • kpopfan6

      Yeah, as soon as I saw “DIY” in the title I was completely expecting Zico to be mentioned. Of course the whole article wasn’t going to be focused only on him since there are several DIY idols, but NOT EVEN ONE SENTENCE??? That’s pretty ridiculous to me.

    • http://twitter.com/M_Wys Michaela Wylie

      While I am surprised that Zico wasn’t mentioned, I’m not surprised Jinyoung was. 

  • http://twitter.com/dokidoki_danger Jєsus Crysŧαł

    you’ve forgotten about Rainbow’s Jaekyung who is a designer and created Natthew’s album logo

  • xchoccies

    I’m surprised Zico, BYG & Junhyung aren’t included in this list, considering they’ve actively taken part in their albums, especially Zico & BYG. Like Eunhyuk, B.A.P’s Jongup partly choreographed their dances too.

  • xchoccies

    I’m surprised Zico, BYG & Junhyung aren’t included in this list, considering they’ve actively taken part in their albums, especially Zico & BYG. Like Eunhyuk, B.A.P’s Jongup partly choreographed their dances too.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/QWY3XABRR65SGRNPDABSYRUG3Q Jon

    It’s always nice to see idols doing things themselves, regardless of how things turn out in the end. It’s the thought that counts, right? On the topic of idols and their behind-the-scenes abilities, I want to talk about something semi-related.
    I was just thinking about something earlier today – I watched Secret’s CSI (Coming Soon Interview) uploaded on the LOENENT channel on Youtube, and while I love Secret, I couldn’t help but think about something… They were obviously promoting their new single, Talk That, and whenever they spoke about it, they always say things like “the concept we were going for,” or “we decided…” – you get the picture. 

    It’s not just Secret that does this, all the idols do it. They describe the concepts as if they are what the members are going for, but most of the time I feel that they were NOT the ones who had anything to do with it’s design. Both SNSD and T-ara have spoken up about concepts they weren’t totally comfortable with, but then you get other groups/times where they say that they wanted to show a new side of them. Which makes me a bit sad when you think about whether or not the “NEW” concepts groups adopt are actually the sides that they want to show. I can hardly imagine T-ara going “we wanted to show ourselves as stereotypical Native Americans while chanting unintelligible words.” 

    When I see groups promoting or giving reasoning behind newly adopted concepts, I want to believe that they were the one’s who chose them, but I know that it’s likely not the case – which is why the “do-it-yourself” aspect of stardom can be so refreshing and endearing at times, which totally gains my respect.

    • ErinMHz

      Watching idols talk about their new concepts and music is always the worst part of their interviews, which is so depressing. As people who sing and dance for a living, you would hope that they would help create their own music and concept (which is entirely different and ridiculous issue), but so many don’t, which is why questions like “What is your new concept?” and “What is your new song about?” are always the last ones to be asked. Their answers are always prepared, cookie-cutter statements: “Men seeking vengeance” or “Trying to stop playing games with the girl we love” (“girl” is singular since only one girl usually shows up in the music video for the entire group). I don’t even know what girl groups say about their concepts. “Um, we’re trying to be cute?” It’s obvious from these answers that many idols have no idea what they’re singing about besides a basic understanding of their lyrics.

      I don’t watch many idol interviews, but it would be nice if more of them would be involved in their music’s creative process and could at least talk about it and convey some deeper thoughts about what they’re dancing to.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/QWY3XABRR65SGRNPDABSYRUG3Q Jon

        Girl groups’ descriptions of songs are usually “it’s about a girl who wants to let a boy know her feelings”… that comes up SO much hahah! 

    • ANANAS

      EXO trying to explain MAMA. that is all. 

      • KrisMyStar

        lol I remember Kris talking about what MAMA means in Korean but it was only after Exo K explained about how people hide under the anonymous mask to bully others that I actually got what the song was about :)

  • http://twitter.com/deanheat Heather

    Token ELF here doing a shout-out to Super Junior–our boys have also worked composing/writing lyrics.  The one that sticks out in my mind is Only U, which is like a Leeteuk farewell song written by him and Donghae on the SFS repackage album.  The song is my favorite of Suju’s and having a song dedicated to ELF that was actually written by the members makes it all the more special :)

  • shannie4888

    I think making people know about the artistic side of Kpop members is the direction that more companies need to take. Kpop does need to show more artistry as a genre, especially when it comes to idol. People want to know that a group is not only a team of people that dance and sing to catchy songs. What groups or group members have true talent? 

    For the amount of idols that come on TV and talk about difficult pre-debut days and whatnot, it’s nice to know about the ones who truly make their groups a cut above the rest. One day, I’d like to see Kpop evolve enough where a group has complete artistic control over the music, fashion, choreography, and music videos. I don’t know when that will happen because financially it is very risky, but hopefully it will. 

    I believe that when companies take a backseat in Kpop and make their artist shine it will allow people to focus on the group or the person more as a artist and not a product of SM, YG, JYP, etc.

    • ErinMHz

      “I believe that when companies take a backseat in Kpop and make their artist shine it will allow people to focus on the group or the person more as a artist and not a product of SM, YG, JYP, etc.”

      This is so true and is such a huge problem of K-pop that I feel like many fans ignore. Even though people constantly talk about each companies’ problems, especially regarding the exploitation of their artists (usually SM and CCM), they always do it by comparing the “bad” companies to the “good” ones. I can’t even count how many times I’ve heard YG being praised to high heavens while simultaneously bashing SM. This leads me to question why we even talk about the companies, especially the big three, so often.

      As shannie4888 stated, K-pop groups are marketed as products of their companies and are never allowed to shine on their own and cannot avoid being labeled as an SM group, YG group, etc. There are countless people who refuse to listen to or like a group simply because they’re from a different label. 

      This is so different from Western pop. I probably couldn’t identify 90% of the record labels my favorite Western artists belong to, and I’ve been listening to most of them for years.  I can’t imagine record label fan wars. Universal vs. Sony BMG vs. EMI? Who would even start that? No one, because nobody cares. On the other hand, I can name the record label for all of the K-pop groups I listen to, and I’ve only been listening to them for two months, and there’s always a constant comparison of SM vs. YG vs. JYP vs. everyone else.

      Giving K-pop artists more artistic freedom is definitely what K-pop companies need to do to create more meaningful, authentic music that showcases the artist, not the company, and maybe then we can move beyond starting embarrassing fan wars. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/kennedy.halstead.3 Kennedy Halstead

    “Becoming part of everything that goes into K-pop can help extend the
    longetivity of a group, and if not that, at least the member.” Yes, indeed, look at some of the Kpop idols of yore who are now major musical forces. (I’m thinking of the president of YG and 1Tym’s Teddy Park, for example).

    As an A+, it would be remiss of me not to point out that you missed MBLAQ’s G.O, Mir, and Cheondoong in this article. G.O and Mir have composed songs together (for example, Wild, a single they didn’t promote, but showcased during their most recent concert tour, as well as a song for the OST of Mir’s sister’s drama). I’m given to understand that G.O does the lyrics, while Mir handles the rap portions. G.O also wrote a song for A-Prince.

    Cheondoong, too, has begun composing – in fact, there was a whole part of one Idol Manager episode that had everyone commenting aloud that he looked liveliest when he was creating a song (he, G.O and Mir wrote a song for Park Kyunglim’s ‘comeback’, the partly-jokey “Curtain”, which, the beginning Lion King yell aside, doesn’t sound so bad, imho).

    Hmmm, I just remembered that Seungho also did a piano piece for their album, too. These guys are really going for a well-rounded image: manly, funny, AND talented. Lol. Is my bias showing?

  • http://twitter.com/M_Wys Michaela Wylie

    Ah, I wish you had mentioned Yeeun. Or BYG. Or JYJ. Or Zico. Or all of them. xP

    I think more and more idols are trying to make their own music. Even if it’s not the lead single, I have seen idols who have written and composed a few songs. Which is nice. The album tracks they produce might not keep them relevant in the long run, but I think it makes them at least more connected with their material. That’s nice.

    Can anyone fill me in on the details of Seungri’s activities in Japan? I’ve heard about it a little, but what business has he done exactly?

    • nhoki

      apart from the endorsement/commercials mentioned by the author, he hosts a show on fuji tv called Sakigake Eight in which he interviews various celebrities, he appears on game/talk shows, and filmed for the new Kindnaichi movie (YAY).
      He also writes regularly a japanese diary called “Seung-chan’s diary” for his japanese faans…

      • http://twitter.com/M_Wys Michaela Wylie

        Is he completely fluent in Japanese? :O

        Thank you! ^_^

        • swinter101

          He is getting there

  • csh1987

    surprised to see the gd mention but no mention of top or even taeyang. it’s a pet peeve because it continues to perpetuate the idea that yg is so fond of trumpeting – that gd is bigbang and vice-versa. bigbang as a group deserve credit for their success and they’ve all contributed equally to that success.

    also, i don’t think gd has worked with any other yg group. he has done featurings but so have all the other members. the only member who i think has actual bts credit on another yg artist’s album is taeyang who helped write and produce se7en’s somebody else. and top shares the writing credit for the short movie for gummy’s i’m sorry release in japan. pls. correct me if i’m wrong.

    • nhoki

      He produced Daesung’ songs and helped Seungri with his first solo venture. And he is now working with the new yg girl group.
      But it’s true that he is not the only one who likes to write and produce (Seungri’s album is just amazing!).
      The sad thing is that TOP has been busy with his acting career, and I feel like his rap used to be sooo much better in the past… but it’s just my feeling.

      • csh1987

        but the writer mentions other yg groups and i don’t include bigbang solos in that list. gd’s also not responsible for all of daesung’s songs. and i’m talking of actual credits. helping seungri is not a credit. writing/composing/producing (as he has done with seungri’s strong baby) is a credit.

        as for the yg girl group. i’ll believe it when i see it. yg used the same tactic to promote 2ne1.

        top has written all his raps and has composition credits  on bigbang’s recent albums. he also shares producing credit. as busy as he is with his acting, i don’t think it’s affected his rapping.

        • nhoki

          nope the rumor was that GD helped 2ne1 with their styling but it was just a rumor, I don’t remember reading articles about him producing for 2ne1 back then.

          By helping “with the musical aspect of other YG Entertainment groups”, she was probably thinking about Lollipop, and YG’s old school songs such as  “Fly Gentlemen” or Se7en’s “Run”

          And let’s not forget “I cheated” he produced for Park Myung Soo, although he is not from YG, but the huge popularity of the song shows that the public loves GD, and that’s why he is always mentioned.

          I’m not questioning  TOP’s participation in their recent album, I was talking about the quality of his lyrics. and it was just my opinion…

          • csh1987

            It’s not a rumor, there’s an interview where gd directly mentions working with 2ne1. i believe it’s the bts of a fila or nii shoot. And there were tons of articles about it in the Korean press.

            Again those are not credits but featurings, which every member of bigbang has done.

            I forgot about “I cheated” but to give only gd credit for the popularity of that song is a complete misunderstandig of Korean pop culture and just buys into yg’s marketing ploys.

            I guess we’ll have to agree to disagree because I’ve always believed top’s the best lyricist in bigbang and nothing he’s written in the last year has made me question that. I don’t know if you’re reading the lyrics intranslation but i don’t see any major changes in the Korean usage.

          • WonderfulZingMin

            hmph You’re talking as if only GD is famous PMS is a really well liked comedian.

          • WonderfulZingMin

            hmph You’re talking as if only GD is famous PMS is a really well liked comedian.

          • WonderfulZingMin

            hmph You’re talking as if only GD is famous PMS is a really well liked comedian.

          • nhoki

            dude I love PMS and I never said that the song was freaking popular because of GD, however other infinity challenge members’ songs that featured in that episode of the show, in terms of sales, didn’t do as well as I cheated.
            don’t put words in my mouth

            (and honestly if it was only about the comedian, yoo jae suk’s song should have ranked higher…)

          • nhoki

            dude I love PMS and I never said that the song was freaking popular because of GD, however other infinity challenge members’ songs that featured in that episode of the show, in terms of sales, didn’t do as well as I cheated.
            don’t put words in my mouth

            (and honestly if it was only about the comedian, yoo jae suk’s song should have ranked higher…)

  • animefreakhq

    Seoulbeat is going to mention B14A but not Block B, who contributed to the whole album?

  • animefreakhq

    Seoulbeat is going to mention B14A but not Block B, who contributed to the whole album?

    • MamaWack

      IKR!!! I was just about to comment on that. and blockbuster was a great album. Zico and Kyung is known for composing a lot of Block B songs

    • hapacalgirl

       I know right?!  Not only are those two involved greatly in Block B’s music but their individual solo material too. I am surprised that they didn’t mention Zico at least especially when he often releases his self made mix tapes and singles outside of his Block B stuff.

    • goldengluvsk2

      aside from being a B1A4 fan, im a Block B fan too but you should understand that if the writer decided to list ALL the idols that contribute to their own albums/concepts in some way she would never end so dont take it the wrong way… :3

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/YQ53WK5K4DPXQ5DIBKDELB6WPE Camille

    Super Junior’s been dabbling in music production/composition for years. Donghae, Eunhyuk, Ryeowook, and Henry, in particular, seem to be pretty good at it as well, going by the material they’ve done that has been released in Super Junior’s albums. Scoff at “Oppa Oppa” all you want, but EunHae have composed and choreographed for their ridiculously good songs like “I Wanna Love You” and “Beautiful.” Henry and Leeteuk’s composition “With All My Heart” was hands down my favorite off the “Bonamana” album.

    Eunhyuk and Shindong even acted as the concert directors to Super Show 4, which SM has hardly ever allowed any of their artists to do.

  • http://twitter.com/M_Wys Michaela Wylie

    Why does everyone keep saying “Oh, the writer mentioned Block B but not B1A4?!”

    …I think Jinyoung and Baro have done really well… :(

    • moonbeam05

      I think it’s the other way round…they mentioned b1a4 but not block b. Complaints are understandable since they debuted in the same year and are both relatively strong groups. I can understand why Jinyoung is mentioned, but Baro’s rap verses are no better than other idols that have dabbled in lyric-writing. The rhyme scheme is bland (or non-existent in some parts) and the flow can be rather incohesive as well so i find that his parts generally don’t contribute to the song at all. A few of the block b members have been doing their composing/producing/lyric-writing for a longer time (since b4 debut if im not wrong) and admittedly they’ve been able to produce more complexed/sophisticated instrumentals and rap verses, so if u wanna mention b1a4, might as well mention other groups that are better at their craft

      • http://twitter.com/M_Wys Michaela Wylie

        Oh, whoops, yeah. 

        I mean, I definitely think Block B should have been mentioned, but all these comments are like “You mentioned B1A4?!?” like it’s impossible to believe. :/

    • EatAllThePancakes

      When it comes to music producing and contributing to an album, B1A4 can’t even be compared to Block B. No disrespect to B1A4, but they are no where near the level of Zico.

    • EatAllThePancakes

      When it comes to music producing and contributing to an album, B1A4 can’t even be compared to Block B. No disrespect to B1A4, but they are no where near the level of Zico.

  • swinter101

    Why no JYJ, TAEYANG,TOP even the Shinhwa members??

  • swinter101

    TOP, Oh Mom has great lyrics and his lyrics for Cofe are amazing. He’s lyrics always fills like poetry to me exp. A Good Man. He just need his own album i love GD but most people dont know that TOP,TAEYANG & SEUNGRI have writen and produce some great work

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/R5BKARJWK7NNOXYOIUSP76YJW4 Aj

    I saw that video of GD and Bom before and I said to myself I would get crazy if I ever work for someone like him. Even when Park Myung Soo was recording” I cheated” he was
    the same. He’s a perfectionist, so hard to please..but I can say it’s a good thing he’s like that I find it very impressive though I would never work for him.
    I’ve been raving about B1A4 lately I’ve become quite a fan of Jinyoung and Baro.
    I’m also a fan of Henry and Donghae’s songwriting,I’m not worried about these two’s future.

  • muggle87

    why are so many ppl tripping over the fact that the author didn’t list all DIY kpop idols? that wasn’t the point of the article. 

    anyhow, i like that idols take interest in doing more than just singing and dancing whatever song the company chooses for them. i tend to appreciate them more as group when i hear they were involved in the production of their album.

    i hope more idols continue to get involved in their music.^^

  • cancertwin2

    I think JYJ are perfect example of DIY idols…

  • goldengluvsk2

    Im not gonna lie, I get all happy bouncy when i see the names of idols listed as composers or lyricist of songs and when on top of that, those songs are title tracks or are promoted.. i cant with all my feels!! the albums get a more personal feel. I personally think the songs penned and composed by Sunny Hill’s Janghyun, Misung and Kota are pure gold and my exact cup of tea! id love it if Suny Hill and more idols get a chance to promote their own songs in the future

  • EatAllThePancakes

    Block B. That is all that needs to be said. Good day.

  • black_rose45000

    I love this article. It’s a good way to mention the names that set themselves apart in the k-pop scene. A little mention – as far as I know, Shindong is also making contributions to SJ’s choreographies, and he also had a big part in setting up 2 of Ryeouk’s IS stages. There are also a few other SJ members that are more inclined on this aspect of music/lyrics-writing (from which I’d rather give Henry as an example, but there are others too), except I feel like they either don’t get too much free-hand from the company to try and venture more in this field, or they’re not ambitious/interested enough in doing so.
    From B1A4, according to wiki, CNU has also co-wrote the lyrics to 2 tracks – which isn’t much, but for a rookie idol group, having 3 members who had given their input in the music-making, it’s worth a mention imo :)
    There are probably other idols Idk much about, recently there have been solo debuts from SungKyu and GongMin (thanks to SB article writers :D), and they’ve been active in the music-making process of their own albums, right? :) We can’t mention them all, but it’s definitely a topic that needs to be written about, and I’m glad someone chose it. Idols’ efforts might not always be commendable or impressive, but the mere fact that they’re trying may be a first-step to improving themselves and/or may show they have more things to say and more passion for music than just to stand there, act cute and pretty and sing lines about a love that probably someone else experienced and wrote about it. Or about being sexy, free and single. *shrugs*
    Thank you :)

  • black_rose45000

    I love this article. It’s a good way to mention the names that set themselves apart in the k-pop scene. A little mention – as far as I know, Shindong is also making contributions to SJ’s choreographies, and he also had a big part in setting up 2 of Ryeouk’s IS stages. There are also a few other SJ members that are more inclined on this aspect of music/lyrics-writing (from which I’d rather give Henry as an example, but there are others too), except I feel like they either don’t get too much free-hand from the company to try and venture more in this field, or they’re not ambitious/interested enough in doing so.
    From B1A4, according to wiki, CNU has also co-wrote the lyrics to 2 tracks – which isn’t much, but for a rookie idol group, having 3 members who had given their input in the music-making, it’s worth a mention imo :)
    There are probably other idols Idk much about, recently there have been solo debuts from SungKyu and GongMin (thanks to SB article writers :D), and they’ve been active in the music-making process of their own albums, right? :) We can’t mention them all, but it’s definitely a topic that needs to be written about, and I’m glad someone chose it. Idols’ efforts might not always be commendable or impressive, but the mere fact that they’re trying may be a first-step to improving themselves and/or may show they have more things to say and more passion for music than just to stand there, act cute and pretty and sing lines about a love that probably someone else experienced and wrote about it. Or about being sexy, free and single. *shrugs*
    Thank you :)

  • GreyLeaves

    Block B and JYJ. That’s all you need to put down here. :)