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.

Twerk Sluts WASSUP Slay The Entire K-pop Industry With Iconic Debut

Wa$$up In 2010, Nine Muses changed Korean music forever with "No Playboy." In 2011, RaNia rocked the world with "Dr. Feel Good." In 2012, we were blessed with Gangkiz. And now, in 2013, we have Wassup.

Yes, they're really called "Wassup" (or WASSUP, or WA$$UP -- I can't figure out the correct stylization), and they're marketed as K-pop's first twerk group. They don't really twerk, though; they kind of just shake their butts and squat like a bunch of ratchets covered in fake tan. Think Rihanna and Beyonce, only a million times better.