Tuesday, January 2, 2018

[instiz] DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF IDOL FANS

After I've experienced different kinds of communities for N number of years, I've came to this conclusion
There are precisely 3 kinds of idols fans that can be categorized

 

[pannchoa] TOP PANNCHOA TWEETS OF 2017

Hi PC-tizens!

We've just asked the question on Twitter and seems like we already have a majority 30 minutes later,
so this will become a new tradition from now on. ^^
We present you PC's top 5 tweets and top 5 media tweets in terms on impressions earned for the year of 2017! :)

But first, some jargon:
  • Top Tweet: Tweet that received the highest number of impressions
  • Top media Tweet: Tweet with photo, video, or Vine that received the highest number of impressions
  • Tweet impressions: Number of times users are served your Tweet in timeline, search results, or from your profile
Since we tweet all our posts with a picture/gif, it automatically becomes a media tweet, but we'll still distinguish them nonetheless, since Twitter seems to differentiate them somehow. 
For those who don't know we had some issues with Twitter starting from last year where our link somehow became :malicious: since someone reported us, so the rank you will see there will naturally become a bit skewed towards the 2nd half of the year when we finally fixed the issue and people could click our website directly from Twitter!

We would like to STRESS that this is just for fun so please don't take this post too seriously :)

TOP TWEETS


[enter-talk] BTS DUMP

[enter-talk] IDOLS WHOSE MVS SURPASSED A HUNDRED MILLION VIEWS ON YOUTUBE IN THE NEW YEAR


Is BTS
If you hate them, just leave~
Today, Mic Drop (Remix) also surpassed 100 million views which makes them the most viewed K-pop boy group on YouTube!!
Here are all the Bangtan MVs that surpassed 100 million views from the lowest to highest amount of views
1. Danger – 103 M views

[enter-talk] IDOLS WHO DON'T SUPPORT XENOPHOBIC DISCRIMINATION

Do you know what Xenophobia is?
It's basically degrading foreigners and treating them poorly compared to Koreans, for example belittling them when they attempt to speak Korean. It's a foreign term.

Actually, me either, I'm not too knowledgeable about the xenophobic concept, but it's similar to creating a caricature of foreigners and degrading their actions

Seventeen has 2 Chinese members (The8 and Jun) and one American member (Joshua)
If you compared The8 to Jun and Joshua, his Korean is still poor, but the members have never laughed about the way he speaks or belittled him
When you watch their videos, they're always correcting his pronunciation and giving the definitions of words and you can really tell that they make an effort.

He still reads Korean clumsily and reads really slowly, but the members all wait for him and read together. And when he stumbles on something he doesn't know, the members take their time to explain what it means, it's really shows their humane side