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December 3, 2022 | 770 Visits

Indigo - A Review of RM’s First Full-Length Solo Album Featured

Indigo: A Review of RM’s First Full-Length Solo Album

I cannot fully describe the level of excitement I had for this album. I am a huge fan of RM’s Mono, a mixtape that has stood the test of time and four years later is still one of my favorites. How does Indigo fair? Here’s my review....
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Ambitious Sound of Magic a Conversation Starter with Some Holes

Spoiler Warning: Review talks about key moments in the drama Trigger Warning: Review mentions self-harm, suicide, and abuse As one 2022’s most buzzworthy dramas, The Sound of Magic has plenty of promise. Based on the webtoon The Sound of...
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Relatable ‘Turning Red’ Fun, Nostalgia-Filled Imperfection

Post contains spoilers Turning Red, a film about a 13-year-old Chinese-Canadian girl Meilin Lee (Rosalie Chiang), is a groundbreaking film on many levels. It’s the first time a woman solo-directed a film in Pixar’s history woman (Domee...
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There And Back Again: A Review of Eric Nam’s Reflective Album

Eric Nam just keeps getting better and better! His latest album, There And Back Again, is a lovely culmination of Eric’s sheer talent and musical expertise. He is no stranger to the pop world but is especially making waves as he is...
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Woosung’s Incredible First Full-Length Album “Genre”

As one of the lead singers for The Rose, Woosung is an incredible vocalist. With a unique and recognizable sound, he has made waves with his first solo full-length album. I first encountered him on the Itaewon Class OST for his track, “You...
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The Silent Sea is Worth The Hype

Following the huge popularity of Squid Game, I thought this might be the next big thing. Though Single’s Inferno (a reality dating show) seemed to take the cake, The Silent Sea was still a great watch and here’s why (spoilers ahead)....
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ATEEZ ZERO:FEVER EPILOGUE Album Review

One thing I know about ATEEZ is that they deliver. ZERO: FEVER EPILOGUE gives listeners an album full of the classic ATEEZ sound. They really only continue to get better and better. Turbulence: 8/10 This song is one you can easily feel...
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Monsta X The Dreaming Album Review

This all-English album is full of groovy tunes, amazing vocals, and memorable melodies. With some retro bops, Monsta X prove their musical abilities and how quickly they can get me dancing! Here’s how the album ranked. One Day: 10/10...
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Gaho “Fireworks” Album Review

Gaho is an incredible Korean soloist. He is well-known for his work on Korean Drama OSTs, such as Itaewon Class and Start-Up. His vocal range is out of this world, as well as his songwriting abilities. This debut full-length album has been...
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SF9 “Rumination” Album Review

Known to many for their hit, “Teardrop,” SF9 is back with an amazing mini album. This is full of their classic EDM but also mixes in some R&B and calming ballads. Trauma: 8/10 SF9 opens this album strong! “Trauma” has a...
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TWICE “Formula of Love:O+T=<3” Album Review

TWICE is no stranger to big pop hits and this album has plenty. Some songs give a vintage 80s vibe, and others stay true to the modern TWICE sound. Let’s dive into the best and worst. SCIENTIST: 7/10 “SCIENTIST” is a soft opening...
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CL “ALPHA” Album Review

CL has a long history in the Korean music industry. Part of former girl group 2NE1 and now a solo artist, CL is here to prove why she is a force to be reckoned with. Her debut solo album, “ALPHA,” does just that. From her classic sound to...
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A Review of “Sell Your Haunted House”

Also translated as Daebak real estate, the series has made waves as a dark-themed thrilling drama that manages to keep the audience in suspense all through. With Hong Ji-Ah (Jang Na-Ra) and Oh In-Beom (Jung Yong-Hwa) as the main characters, a...
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A Review of Blackpink: The Movie

The movie is a sum up of the girl group Blackpink’s first 5 years in the K-Pop entertainment industry. The 100 minutes film illustrates the members’ professional growth as a band. It reflects the half-decade long friendship with the...
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Monsta X One Of A Kind Album Review

Monsta X is known for bringing their A-game. They’re edgier, have some serious bops under their belt, and have a solid fan base. This album was anticipated to say the least. Let’s break down the tunes and what they offer. GAMBLER...
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