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Hoya's Already Working on a Solo Album!

Hoya's solo era BEGINS.


Today he posted a short video (here) on Instagram saying he's in the middle of making an album!!!

Can't wait to hear it!

*side note but that comment saying 'sorry i cant support u anymore' uh ??!?!
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I understand that he will face negativity, but the point of the matter is that he's doing something he loves. I'm sure this was an extremely hard decision, but that doesn't make it okay for people to give him backlash. He may have left the company, but he left on good graces. And Hoya is who he is, because of Howon. Infinite and the CEO in discussion might have helped his name, but he's his own entity. He made his own name, by being talented. Hoya is my bias, and i will support him anyway. If he sees a different path, it's good that he's taking the incentive to follow it. I'd rather see him be happy doing what he loves, rather than sulking wondering "what if".
I will rip that person's hair out and scratch out their eyes. He doesn't need an asshat as a fan anyways. ♡
I'm so happy for Hoya! And ew @ that comment.
I looked up their profile, they look like a 12 year old girl from Thailand that barely speaks English.... cut her some slack 😂😂 It's good to get the negativity out. I kinda understand her though, I feel a little betrayed that Hoya left Infinite and went solo because Infinite was my #1 bias group and now it's broken along with my heart. Hoya is everything he is because of Infinite and the CEO, and he even left the whole company after all they went through together. I know Hoya is doing what he loves to do now, I'm just a bit let down. I hope they all will get along and all have success.
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Reply 2015: Why Junhee was Gay
*BIG SPOILERS if you haven't seen Reply 1997 or Reply 1994!* ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Two high school boys are sitting near a basketball court on a summer night somewhere in Busan, South Korea, in 1997. “There’s someone else I like,” confesses Kang Junhee, turning to the boy next to him. “It’s you.” By this point, anyone watching Reply 1997 has fallen for Junhee’s charms, and is also aware that Junhee is not like the rest of the boys. He is not going to betray his friendship by falling in love with his best friend’s crush Shi Won. On the contrary, he’s going to fall in love with his best friend. Kang Junhee’s character is one of the most important characters of modern Korean dramas. In the midst of a changing cultural attitude towards homosexuality, his role shines an entirely new light on the image of gay men in Korea. I. Infinite Influence Hoya, of the idol group Infinite was a perfect choice for Kang Junhee. Hoya’s casting as Junhee was not only brilliant because of his surprisingly good acting skills (pardon my little faith in idols-turned-actors) but because of everything he brings with him to the role. To be honest, he was the reason I payed attention to this drama in the first place. Hoya has a strong fanbase and his group Infinite has endorsed everything from ice cream to chicken to school uniforms. With relatively few “cute” concepts, Infinite is one of the manlier boy bands in Korea, with Hoya fitting right in with his masculine image. Hoya has no damaging scandals tied to his name, and has risked everything for the life as an artist that he now lives. He followed his dreams of performing and has risen to a level of stardom that makes his parents proud. He is one of K-pop’s golden boys. Almost all of this fanbase will support his character without question, regardless of sexual orientation or personality. He has the incredible power of influence. If Hoya says something is acceptable, there is a large group of people that will undoubtably agree. This is the most important quality he brought with him to Reply 1997. II. The Perfection of Kang Junhee Hoya’s masculinity carries over to Junhee, an all around athlete who also happens to be fashionable, a great cook, and an even better dancer. The writers of this drama make him out to be the ideal man. Gay stereotypes in Korea are similar to the basic Western take on stereotypes. Gay men are portrayed as feminine and weak, often with higher pitched voices and limp wrists. How could Junhee, with all of his manly talents, possibly be a gay man? Junhee contains every character trait that an ideal Korean boy should have. He is intelligent and goes on to become a successful doctor. He is polite and charming to his elders. He is loyal, honest, and insightful, making him the best friend to have in tough situations. He is a good listener, puts others before himself, and gives fantastic advice. There is not a malicious bone in this boy’s body. His perfection seems too good to be true, and it is. He has one fatal flaw according to the Confucian society around him. He likes boys. While Junhee does seem more comfortable being in the kitchen and bonding with Shi Won’s mother over skin care advice, he is never made out to be an overly feminine or 'wussy' character. He is more mature than the other boys at school and seems to contain a wisdom far beyond his years. He is shown as the loyal and clear thinking friend. His sexuality isn’t the most important thing about him, it is overshadowed by his other fantastic characteristics. The script writers of Reply 1997 avoid falling into another stereotype for gay characters, which is over-sexualization. Junhee never tries to embrace Yunjae; he actually seems to avoid any physical contact. Their relationship is purely that of friends, although Yunjae hangs onto Junhee as if he is his personal plaything. Eventually, Junhee moves on, separating himself from his one-sided love. Junhee’s innocence makes him even more endearing to the audience. The only trait that someone could criticize Junhee for would be that he is far too nice, because we all know that the nice guy never wins in a Korean drama. Simply stated, Junhee does not have the qualities of a stereotypical gay man. This is why Bingrae, or Kim Dongjun, of Reply 1994 is so important. III. Bingrae: The Letdown? In Reply 1994, Baro plays the role of Kim Dongjun, who is known as Bingrae for most of the drama. Bingrae is a young boy from a farming family who has come to the big city to pursue a career as a doctor. He is enrolled in one of the best medical schools in the country, and has an instant group of friends in his boarding house. Even with all of these good things going for him, Bingrae stays in his room quietly reading anime or listening to cassettes. He doesn’t have a strong relationship with any of the people he lives with, and only seems comfortable around his cousin or food. He is nowhere near being an ideal man like Kang Junhee. Bingrae eventually drops out of school without telling anyone, and picks up part time jobs all over the city. This is where his storyline takes a turn, and throws him into the love octagon that is found in most Korean dramas. Sseuregi, or “Trash,” is the eldest boy in the boarding house. Although his personal hygiene is questionable at best, he is the perfect role model for Bingrae. Trash is on route to become a successful doctor and is completely comfortable with who he is. Bingrae, who already is uncomfortable and jumpy with others, can’t bring himself to treat Trash as a friend. He calls him sunbaenim, which is even more honorific than hyung. During these four years at the boarding house, Bingrae struggles to understand his feelings for the older boy. Trash decides to make Bingrae his dongsaeng, confiding in Bingrae that he has always wanted a little brother. Drinking games lead to a kiss between Trash and Bingrae, and Trash is constantly giving him special attention. Trash picks him up from work, buys him food, and pets him like a dog, even going so far as to call him Puppy throughout the drama. This unlikely couple had lots of fans, and many viewers were rooting for their success. With Bingrae’s uncertainty and shyness and Trash’s girlfriends, however, this pairing seemed doomed. Although they both struggled with understanding their love life, this mysterious and oftentimes withdrawn character is nothing like the confident Junhee of Reply 1997. IV. Why Bingrae Couldn’t Be Gay I have heard many fans of this drama complain about how Bingrae’s storyline ended in Reply 1994. An anonymous fan on Tumblr called it a great let down, and confessed that they never finished the drama because they were so upset. The reality is, if the writers had made Bingrae gay for the sake of having a gay character, they would have destroyed everything they had built with Junhee in Reply 1997. Bingrae is confused and unsure about every aspect of his life. He is unsure of what he wants to do in the future, of who his friends are, and especially of his own sexuality. He drops out of school, lies to his parents, and has no outstanding talents. Junhee is confident and comfortable with who he is. He has to hide his feelings from his friends and family, but he never questions them. He is hardworking, naturally talented, and undeniably charming. The ending that upset many fans of the Bingrae and Trash couple was very well thought out. In the episode that finally reveals Bingrae’s sexuality, the audience gets a sense of déjà vu. Bingrae steps out from the reunion party to meet a mysterious someone. As he waits at the curb for a car to pull up, the audience remembers the final episode of Reply 1997. After the reunion party as Junhee and the original gang of characters start to head home, Yunjae’s wife and Junhee’s childhood friend Shi Won offers him a ride home. Junhee smiles and declines, explaining that someone is coming for him. Junhee waits at the curb and gets into the flashy red sports car that comes to pick him up. The script writers kept the identity, and gender, of the driver completely ambiguous. There was never any confirmation of whether Junhee ends up with a man or woman. The audience finds itself blinded by headlights again in Reply 1994 as Bingrae stares down the street waiting for his special someone. Suddenly, the red sports car appears. The audience remembers where they have seen this scene before. As the sports car zooms past him, we are given an explanation of not only his sexuality, but of Junhee’s as well. V. The Key is in the Car Although Reply 1997 fans had to wait until the end of Reply 1994 for an answer, I loved the way the writers subtly tell the audience that Junhee was in fact, gay. The car that Junhee hops in at the end of Reply 1997 signifies his homosexuality, and it speeds by Bingrae as his wife pulls up in another car. The writers never had to say anything about Junhee’s relationships and that is what makes it so important. If Bingrae did not end up in a heterosexual relationship at the end of Reply 1994, the writers would not have been able to give this insight into Junhee’s life. With the sports car as a metaphor for homosexuality, the writers make being gay a completely normal way of life. The car passes Bingrae without causing a fuss and there is no dramatic music or lighting as Junhee gets in his sports car. Being gay is as natural as the cars passing you on the street and is not something that needs to be made into a big deal. That car, or that sexual orientation, simply was not for Bingrae, and saying this in such a natural, subtle way is incredibly important for the gay community. VI. Korean Attitude The gay community is still very much underground in Korea. In an Ipsos poll, 79% of South Korean participants said that they do not have a family member, friend, or coworker that is gay, bisexual, or transgender. Reply 1997 had an incredible following, with its last episode having the highest viewer rating ever for a drama produced by a cable network. The audience was mostly made up of men and women from their teens to their 40s, showing that the show had a wide range of viewers. The timing of these dramas was absolutely crucial. Just before the airing of Reply 1994, Korea experienced its first same-sex marriage. Legally, South Korea does not recognize marriage between same-sex couples, but that did not stop Kim Jo Gwang Su from marrying his long time partner Kim Seunghwan on May 15, 2013. The wedding was purely ceremonial, and their request to register for marriage was denied. The marriage opened up country-wide discussions about gay rights in Korea, and new legislation is being proposed by facets of the Korean government. The good news is, from 2007 to 2013, South Korea is the nation with the most significant change in opinion on the matter of gay rights. According to a poll through Pew Research, the belief that homosexuality should be accepted jumped 21% in six years. The same poll reports that 71% of South Koreans from 18 to 29 years of age support gay rights, showing a positive shift in society. With the open discussions and diverse viewership of dramas such as Reply 1997 and Reply 1994, I have faith that South Korea will continue in a positive direction towards equality for all sexual orientations. The work of the scriptwriters for these two dramas made their characters real, relatable, and relevant. It may be completely unconscious, but the Korean audience is being exposed to gay men not as forbidden lovers, but as friends, sons, and students. They are portrayed as human beings. Kang Junhee and Kim Bingrae are indispensable to Korea’s fight for gay rights.
Take a breath real quick
INSPIRITS I have some hard and sad news. Hoya has officially left Woollim and Infinite. This is heart breaking news and its hard for me to take this in. They explained that while discussing contract renewals in June, he decided to take another path to pursue his dreams, and the company and members decided to respect his decision. “As it was a careful decision that had to be made, a lot of time was spent for consideration,” they continued. Woollim revealed, “With the exception of Hoya, INFINITE members Kim Sunggyu, Jang Dongwoo, Nam Woohyun, Lee Sungyeol, L, and Lee Sungjong have completed contract renewals. The agency is working on reorganizing as a six-member group, and we plan on actively supporting their group and individual activities as we are now.” They ended, “Lastly, we ask for your unchanging support for the futures of the six members of INFINITE and Hoya.” This is from soompi, read full article click here, but a sad moment right now. Lets just all keep with INFINITE and send Hoya lots of love as he moves forward with his dreams. I support him with everything and even though this hurts right now, I know it's going to get better. With love Hoya. BEGINNERS TAGLIST: @Helixx @awkwardjazzy @IslodaPazo @Polarstarr @Changkyunie @KwonOfAKind ODD SPIRIT MOD SQUAD: @LemonLassie @Helixx @InfiniteKiss @awkwardjazzy @InfinitySky @MelissaGarza @stefaniTre SO BEAST MOD SQUAD: @LemonLassie @MelissaGarza @AimeeH @StephanieDuong @KenyaMendoza @axosrain @Helixx MELODY MOD SQUAD: @LemonLassie @AimeeH @StephanieDuong @IsoldaPazo @MandyNoona @Bangtanss @Helixx @MelissaGarza CHOCO CONE CREW: Jiji- @JiyongLeo Helixx- @Helixx Mandy- @MandyNoona Stef- @StefaniTre Stephanie- @StephanieDuong Sol- @IsoldaPazo Lemon- @LemonLassie Vinny- @twistedPuppy Aime- @AimeeH Stephany- @Stephany123 Michelle- @Bangtanss emily- @ercurrent HELLO BITCHES GANG: @ChaErica @Helixx @awkwardjazzy @turntuptae @KwonOfAKind @ercurrent @JiyongLeo @geekywriterabby @bangtanss @roughyenHyuno @bri.wolfgirl @Jaerinn @AimeeH @JordanShuler @OppasManBun @LemonLassie VINGLE FAM: @SarahVanDorn @ZitaMahoney @KaitlynHewitt @AbbyRamey @NaughTAE @princessunicorn @BrennaTran @SugaOnTop @bbyitskatie @CrookedShadow @ToppDogg @BBxGD @lovetop @Emealia @KpopGaby @ashleyemmert @KeziahWright @twistedPuppy @Ercurrent @JaiiPanda @Sailynn @AmberFranco @sarahdarwish @LocoForJiyong @MadAndrea @SimplyAwkward @skyblast @ChangKyunie IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE ADDED OR REMOVED FROM TAGLIST TELL US >>>HERE<<< ODD SPIRIT MOD SQUAD: @LemonLassie @Helixx @InfiniteKiss @awkwardjazzy @InfinitySky @MelissaGarza @stefaniTre INSPIRITS: @StefaniTre @Sailynn @PrincessUnicorn @Bangtanss @XxGummybear92xX @mitchix5 @EliStacy87 @CrookedShadow @kpopandkimchi @Lexxcisco @luna1171 @VeronicaArtino @YessicaCardenas @KarenGuerra93 @callmejessixa @Starbell808 @karinamiranda81 @MaggieHolm @jexicaInfiniteL @AliceTetsuya @Baekyeol27 @Keldra @ibMIMI @Shericeden @IkutoZero @ElishaFisher @Kpoplover2016 @KpopLover4Ever @AubriePope @CrystalBlunt @sukkyongwanser @Byeoli @ColorMeKihyun @B2STJYDHDK @AubriePope @AkiraCornett 인피니트우린해피엔딩이아닌네버엔딩 "INFINITE It's not a HAPPY ending it's NEVER ending!" https://www.vingle.net/posts/1920240-INSPIRTS-TAGLIST
ASTRO Promotes Tampons/Pads and I Am Here for It.
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Some Thoughts on Hoya's Departure
wow it has certainly been a week to remember. I've been fortunate enough to meet Hoya more and once and actually get a chance to talk with him one and one, and I dont think you need me to tell you this but he's an angel. (thats my red hair in the background behind hoya haha) Performing and creating music and choreography, as well as just entertainment in general, is what this boy was born to do. When you meet him you feel this immediate calm come over you and there is no idol-fan barrier. He's completely humble and seems almost as nervous/excited to meet people as they are to meet him. the pictures on this card are from their secret show in NYC where MTV gave me a staff badge and let me hang out backstage. Hoya was the only one who really came down and hung out with the people waiting there (like me, or the people from dramafever, or the people from mtv) and chatted with us. Sunggyu also lurked lol but he was clearly super shy - Hoya was like OKAY GUYS IM GOING TO GO SPEAK ENGLISH WITH THESE PEOPLE WATCH ME. I met him again at Dongwoo's family's restaurant where, again, it felt like seeing an old friend. I also got to talk to him at Simply Kpop where he randomly asked me where I was from (and I think this is because he saw a very small group of foreigners and wanted them to feel included since the show was all in Korean, so he switched to English for a short second. Even though it was only for a moment I know we all really appreciated it!) Below are two of my stories if you'd like to hear more: Basically, I just want to stress that Hoya is such a kind and loving soul. I'm sure the boys will not hold any resentment towards him for leaving, and I hope none of the fans do either. He's following his dream and fulfilling his promise to show us the best Hoya/Howon that he can! Good luck in the future Hoya, and stay strong INSPIRITS!
Hoya's Letter To Everyone
We all know how yesterday has affected us. In all honesty I was a crying mess. It is going to take a while before I'm no longer numb. But Hoya has reached out and posted on his Instagram this hand written message, this is it translated, *credit to iinfinite on instagram for taking the time to translate this.* I have read this, and reread this many times. Each time has brought tears to my eyes. But I want every Inspirit to know, I am not giving up on Hoya. I am not giving up on Infinite. As a 6 member group they are still Infinite and I look forward to their comeback at the end of the year. As a solo artist or dancer I wait in anticipation for what Hoya gives us next. They are still my bias group and my family and I am going to stay a proud Inspirit fan for the rest of my life. Again lets send all the good vibes and best thoughts to all 7 of them because each of them needs it. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE ADDED OR REMOVED FROM TAGLIST TELL US >>>HERE<<< ODD SPIRIT MOD SQUAD: @LemonLassie @Helixx @InfiniteKiss @awkwardjazzy @InfinitySky @MelissaGarza @stefaniTre INSPIRITS: @StefaniTre @Sailynn @PrincessUnicorn @Bangtanss @XxGummybear92xX @mitchix5 @EliStacy87 @CrookedShadow @kpopandkimchi @Lexxcisco @luna1171 @VeronicaArtino @YessicaCardenas @KarenGuerra93 @callmejessixa @Starbell808 @karinamiranda81 @MaggieHolm @jexicaInfiniteL @AliceTetsuya @Baekyeol27 @Keldra @ibMIMI @Shericeden @IkutoZero @ElishaFisher @Kpoplover2016 @KpopLover4Ever @AubriePope @CrystalBlunt @sukkyongwanser @Byeoli @ColorMeKihyun @B2STJYDHDK @AubriePope @AkiraCornett 인피니트우린해피엔딩이아닌네버엔딩 "INFINITE It's not a HAPPY ending it's NEVER ending!" https://www.vingle.net/posts/1920240-INSPIRTS-TAGLIST BEGINNERS TAGLIST: @Helixx @awkwardjazzy @IslodaPazo @Polarstarr @Changkyunie @KwonOfAKind ODD SPIRIT MOD SQUAD: @LemonLassie @Helixx @InfiniteKiss @awkwardjazzy @InfinitySky @MelissaGarza @stefaniTre SO BEAST MOD SQUAD: @LemonLassie @MelissaGarza @AimeeH @StephanieDuong @KenyaMendoza @axosrain @Helixx MELODY MOD SQUAD: @LemonLassie @AimeeH @StephanieDuong @IsoldaPazo @MandyNoona @Bangtanss @Helixx @MelissaGarza CHOCO CONE CREW: Jiji- @JiyongLeo Helixx- @Helixx Mandy- @MandyNoona Stef- @StefaniTre Stephanie- @StephanieDuong Sol- @IsoldaPazo Lemon- @LemonLassie Vinny- @twistedPuppy Aime- @AimeeH Stephany- @Stephany123 Michelle- @Bangtanss emily- @ercurrent HELLO BITCHES GANG: @ChaErica @Helixx @awkwardjazzy @turntuptae @KwonOfAKind @ercurrent @JiyongLeo @geekywriterabby @bangtanss @roughyenHyuno @bri.wolfgirl @Jaerinn @AimeeH @JordanShuler @OppasManBun @LemonLassie VINGLE FAM: @SarahVanDorn @ZitaMahoney @KaitlynHewitt @AbbyRamey @NaughTAE @princessunicorn @BrennaTran @SugaOnTop @bbyitskatie @CrookedShadow @ToppDogg @BBxGD @lovetop @Emealia @KpopGaby @ashleyemmert @KeziahWright @twistedPuppy @Ercurrent @JaiiPanda @Sailynn @AmberFranco @sarahdarwish @LocoForJiyong @MadAndrea @SimplyAwkward @skyblast @ChangKyunie
Jail Time for Big Hit Blackmailer + Calls for Reported to Resign!
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Hoya Likes a Fan's Comment About His Departure :3
Hoya recently liked a fan's comment on his post about him leaving Infinite, and its so lovely. If I could express myself more clearly in words, this is exactly what I would have wanted to say. Thank you to this Korean Inspirit for putting it so clearly :) "Hi, Ho Won. No actually, I want to call you INFINITE's Hoya for this moment. 6 years have already passed since I started liking you guys. Thank you for making me like you for a long time. You might think you were loved because it was 7 but I can assure that you can be loved on your own. I cried a lot today but I suddenly realized. You said this is your dream. As a fan, all I have to offer is encouragement, not tears. You must've worried about it a lot. I know you worried about us the most. But I think I'm okay. I don't think you have to worry. We're not parting ways forever. We can no longer call you INFINITE's Hoya but you'll be next to our side as Lee Ho Won. I'm not going to be sad anymore. I'm trying not to cry. I've never imagined INFINITE as 6 members and it'll take time but I'm going to try to slowly adjust to it. But that doesn't mean I'm going to forget you. You definitely deserve to be loved. I'll be cheering you on from the back so you can do everything you wish to do. I love you. And I'm sorry. I feel like I didn't do good enough for you. I'm so thankful that I came to like you! I miss you Ho Won." We'll always be cheering for you Hoya, Ho Won, whoever you choose to be!