F-ve Dolls

Crappy Korean Media Publishes Crappy Girl Group Ranking, So I Made a Way Better One

Sports Chosun Girl Group Ranking Korea is obsessed with random rankings, surveys, and polls. Most of it's just inane shit that isn't worth reading ("So-and-so voted the celebrity people most likely want to read a bedtime story to"), but I get a kick out of popularity rankings. The downside is that most of them are usually biased or uninformed, like the new 2014 Girl Group Popularity Ranking that Sports Chosun published today.

F-ve Dolls’ Live Performances Are 100x Better Than Their Music Video

F-ve Dolls Performances F-ve Dolls comeback single, "Soulmate #1," is perfect pop if you're still into hearing recycled versions of "Roly Poly" (and really, who isn't?), but the accompanying music video is total rubbish. I already mentioned how inaccurate and unoriginal it is in my initial post on the disco throwback, but I didn't cover the cheap Windows Movie Maker special effects or the complete and utter lack of charisma from all six of the F-ve Dolls because I was too busy raving about my love for the song.

F-ve Dolls Rips-Off Wonder Girls, T-ara, and “Funky Town” With Flaw-Free Comeback Single, “Soulmate #1”

F-ve Dolls Soulmate 1 Before I realized how crap 2NE1 is, F-ve Dolls (then known as 5dolls; now known as F-op Dolls, as in Flop Dolls) was the K-pop girl group I loved to hate. I actually genuinely worship their SECRET knock-off, "Like This or That," but overall they're just such a cheap trainwreck of a group (and not in the good way), and their first mini-album is one of the worst K-pop releases I've ever heard in my life.

The best thing for F-ve Dolls would be rejoining SPEED as Co-Ed, but instead they're back with SIX members (one of whom is already part of The SEEYA) and a new disco single called "Soulmate #1."