K-pop, society, and everything in between.
CALLING ALL K-POP FANS!
Petition for Infinite and Woollim Entertainment to cancel concert screenings and plans for release of "Inconvenient Truth": an awareness campaign for misogyny and rape culture
➔ BREAKDOWN OF "INCONVENIENT TRUTH"
➔ OPEN LETTER TO INFINITE & WOOLLIM
➔ BE A SIGNATORY & SPREAD THE WORD!
➔ UNSURE? VIEWS AGAINST THE PETITION
▪ About AKF
▪ Recommended blogs
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▪ Academic articles on K-pop & the Hallyu
▪ "AKF in Korea" series
▪ 사생 (sasaeng) fans series
▪ The Block B files
▪ Celebrity sightings, fan meets and the epistemology of K-pop idols: What do we know and how do we know?
▪ K-pop fan-fiction: Thoughts by readers and writers
▪ STAZ OF MAN
▪ Blud Bruthaz
IN THE MEDIA
▪ "You can thank Google for your new obsession" (CNN Geek Out)
▪ "When fans go too far" (CNN Geek Out)
▪ K-pop fanart & fanfiction
▪ Block B and media misrepresentation
▪ Being branded as a 'K-pop fan'
▪ Regulation & the KMRB's new policy
▪ Fan behavior and decorum
▪ "Plus size" in Korea
▪ SNL Korea does blackface
▪ Politics and Korean hiphop
▪ Don't want to get AIDS? Masturbate!
▪ "Skinny Baby" NOT hot
▪ "Unwed mothers are ignorant whores"?
▪ Shipping, fanfictions, and smut
▪ "Getting an Abortion in South Korea"
▪ South Korea's education system
▪ Tablo, TaJinYo, and the implications of celebrity obsession
▪ Jay Park, JYJ, and other issues that make you think twice about being a K-pop consumer
▪ Block B and cultural silencing
▪ Beauty standards and how idols propagate them
▪ The multiple ventures of an idol
▪ Korean indie vs. K-pop
▪ Block B's comeback in a post-controversy framework
▪ Idols tweeting about private matters
▪ The mentality of idol hopefuls  
▪ Jay Park and being 'gangsta' in K-pop   
▪ Pursuing idoldom: AKF's advice  
▪ Shipping idols of the same sex
▪ The role of visuals in K-pop
▪ Can non-Asians make it in K-pop?
▪ BEAST's 'racist' New York casting call?
▪ Cultural insensitivity plagues K-pop
▪ English in K-pop songs  
▪ How 'Asian' are the MAMAs?
▪ Thoughts on fan service
▪ Plastic surgery: achieving 'natural' via unnatural means?
▪ "National prestige" and the Hallyu Wave
▪ Government takes action for sexual exploitation in K-pop?
▪ Cracking down hagwons & education reform
▪ The irony of the 'ethnic diversity' gimmick
▪ BEAST & 4-Minute tells us not to watch porn?
▪ The "Paradox of Korean Globalization" and K-pop
▪ Japanese actor Sousuke Takaoka's "xenophobia" towards Hallyu?
▪ Songs by BEAST, Jay Park, etc. banned
▪ The "plight" of KoreAm idols?
▪ Dalmatian's Daniel imitating accents: funny or "racist"?
▪ What exactly makes K-pop "K-pop"?
▪ Why "K-pop Secrets" sorta piss me off
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The name and the concept was inspired by Angry Asian Man and The Angry Black Woman. In my posts, I cite my sources accordingly. All images I include are not mine. None of the gifs are mine. Nope, not even that green fan. Credits go to their original owners. Someone please make me a less artistically-deficient banner.
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(Venting since March 2011)