Crayon Pop is not your average K-pop group. They're rule-breaking rebels who broke into the most manufactured music business in the world with a grassroots approach and proved that being unconventional can still work in an industry where everybody else is the same.
I know a lot of people are excited about some of 2015's upcoming new girl groups, like JYP's Six Mix and YG's Pink Punk, but you should all just stop stanning for those future flops now because everybody knows that 2015's best new rookie group is coming from MBK Entertainment, home of the almighty Slay-ara.
T-ara touched down in Vietnam yesterday ahead of their fanmeet event tomorrow, and as expected from Hallyu's leading girl group, they were mobbed upon arrival by thousands of hysterical V-QUEEN'S (that's Vietnamese T-ara fans for those of you unfamiliar with K-pop lingo).
While most K-pop artists are fighting with each other in Korea over cheap CF deals and music program airtime, hallyu icons T-ara have been showing their immense popularity overseas with non-stop schedules across Asia.
I had no idea that After School had any popularity in China, but I guess they do because they performed a three-song set on Dragon TV's New Year’s Eve Concert alongside Chinese Hallyu stars like Han Geng, Luhan, and UNIQ.