Lov3lyLady3m
2 years ago500+ Views
Life of an International Fan
If you're a K-Pop fan like me, living in America, you may have this issue too. So you're on the Internet or on YouTube and you find a video that has your bias or bias group in it. Of course, you click on it.
Then it happens: No subtitles!
Being the dedicated fan you are, this doesn't stop you. You search for over an hour, maybe longer. If you find it subbed, there is always a part two to the video that you can never find! Ughhhh...Even if you are trying to learn Korean, which I'm sure most of us are, there is no way to learn overnight. I can't be the only one with this issue....right?? This is my first post so and I am having difficulties with picture/ GIF placement..Any tips?? I'd like to know what you guys have to say about this subject. Are there any other issues I should talk about? Let me know in the comments!!
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All the time, but now I know how to read in Korean and understand a little bit. I'll pause and read what they say and make a guess. Lol 馃榿馃榿馃榿
2 years agoReply
MV releases....SMH. SM delayed YouTube release for SuJu MV by 1 hour...so many raging fans...But being an international fan is still worth it in the end!
2 years agoReply
Having Internet that is slower than the one in Korea ...ugh. When I came back, I was "wth! load faster!"
2 years agoReply
This struggle is too real for the international fans 馃槶
2 years agoReply
a lot of the time I watch unsubbed then try to find subs
2 years agoReply
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