This is amazing. It's sad that people undermine us for liking music that we can't understand the words to. BUT, I keep telling them that you listen to Pitbull and other Latino artists that speak Spanish in 95% of their songs, and you still listen and love it. Heck, they even sing along with them. So, why shouldn't I love and listen to kpop? It's no different in my opinion. I also love the fact that I can connect with other people that have similar interests like me, and through that we can talk about our troubles throughout life and never get judged by it. We get supported and loved by thousands of other people, just because they love and enjoy listening to the same kind of music. Like, my parents still think I'm weird for listening to it, I have one friend who lives close by that listens to kpop like me. We happen to argue more then I do with my other friends, but we're still close. We still hang out, talk and have fun when we can. I sometimes find myself envying the younger generation because now a days, they can share what they love in the schools they go to, form clubs and make more friends from that. They can even show case it by doing dance covers to the songs they love in pep rallys. I never had that, because when I was in high school, kpop was still fairly new and not a lot of people knew about it. I just hope that more people will understand why we love kpop so much, and maybe even try it out to see what it's about. If they like it, YAY!! The more the merrier. If not, then maybe kpop isn't their taste.
😂😂 Such a long rant, omg.... 😂
It's just, seeing this note from a psychologist understanding our love for kpop, just brought all of this out and it makes me happy to see a professional understand what it means to be a kpopper more then anyone else does.