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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

FB Scoop: Former Miss Earth, Now Singer Imelda Schweighart Declares Hate for K-pop, Wants Filipinos to Stop Imitating Koreans




Images courtesy of Facebook: Imelda Bautista Schweighart

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  1. I like this girl!!!!

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    1. Pilipino kasi mga uto uto. At alam ng mga foreigners yon. Sa youtube na lang kahit mga walang saysay pinapanood. Kaya nga mga foreigners gumagawa ng videos dito sa Pinas kasi nga eh madaling macapture ang market. Sa Amerika, high quality na hundreds of thousand lang dito milyon milyon nag uusap lang.

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    2. You like racists?!

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  2. Ngek, diba ito yng may trending na video nun? Jusko ha, pake mo sa mga kpop fanatic, kanya kanyang trip lang yan..

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    1. Hindi ako fan ng kpop, pero in reality, mga pinoy mahilig din talaga sa music in general. Maraming foreign artists na #1 ang Philippines sa debut streams nila sa SEA area. Para tayong Brazil.

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    2. Hate is a strong word. You can dislike something pero dimo mapipigilan ang ibang tao kung patok sa kanila yung ganung genre. Hindi ko rin naman gusto ang kpop pero wala namang ginagawa ang kpop saken para i-“hate” ko ang genre na yan. World is already full of negativity. Wag na sana sya dumagdag dahil lang sa mababaw na issue.

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    3. bago sana umepal itong si Schweighart, magpasikat muna siya ng talent niya or kanta niya.

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  3. May kasunduan kasi ang mainstream media sa Korean Embassy. Yan ang gusto nila lalo na at nakita nilang uto uto ang Pinoy at mukang pera ang media sa Pinas.

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    1. Maski sa US shows naman halatang binabayaran para magka spot. Pilitang pilita corales.

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    2. Ok nga yung mga babae nila na ang sesexy ng mga galaw at suot! Yung mga lalakeng mukhang Boy George at makikinis pa sa mga babae ang Off!

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    3. Ibig mong sabihin may kasunduan pala ang mga TV Networks sa Korean Embassy kaya nila pinopromote ang Hallyu or Korean Wave. Kaya pala nagtataka ako dati bakit grabe ang pagpromote ng mga TV Networks sa Kdrama at Kpop yun pala eh dahil sa kasunduan nila sa Korean Embassy.

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    4. 12:38 kilala ko yan hahaha. Sila ung grupong fake it til u make it lol

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    5. 12:38 Ang husay din nila sa Chart Manipulation. Yung mga Kpop groups nila halos pare pareho lang naman ang itsura at ang mga tunog ng kanta na hindi mo na matukoy kung sino ang sino.

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    6. Really? Paano mo nasabi na may kasunduan sila ng K embassy? Kahit hindi sila lumabas sa TV sikat sila at tinatangkilik sila di lang dahil sa looks nila and almost perfect figure nila but dahil sa professional and wolrd class entertainment nila suportado rin sila ng government doon bcos malaki ang naiaambag sila sa bansa nila.

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    7. 1:08 Ang pagsikat ng Korean Wave sa Pinas hindi naman yan overnight na nangyari nuon pa pinopromote ng mga tv networks yan at pinipilit ipasubo sa mga Pinoy.

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    8. Ang toxic naman dito. Pero respect lang. Gaya ng kiber din sa comment nyo. Kung yan pananaw nyo edi go. Ako naman happy makinig at manood kaya gow din. Wala lang sana iwasan ung mang judge diba

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    9. Pare pareho nga mga hitsura looks plastic, iisa lng yata yong doctor nila lol

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    10. Lol. Kamote! Walang ganun! If meron yun is direct to the networks, and binibigay lang naman nila ang gisto ng tao which is, K drama and music.

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    11. Mukhang tama ka nga na may kinalaman ang korean embassy. A few years ago i attended a forum exclusively for govt agencies and embassies. It was about security relations ek-ek. One of the speakers was the korean ambassador. Yung finale ng report nya ay about kpop! Kakaloka! Nga-nga kaming lahat lalo na yung mga military and US emba. Haha!

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  4. I also hate k-pop but off lang yung “mas magaling mag-english” remark. Speaking English does not make you superior. Korea is more advanced and richer than the Philippines “despite” not being fluent in English.

    Nurses and teachers would rather work in call centers because hindi tama pa-suweldo sa kanila.

    Anyway, back to the topic: I prefer OPM. Filipinos are better singers. Let’s stick to our genre.

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    1. Anong genre? Yung puro revival? Lol.

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    2. @1:52 Omg! Tumpak! Bihira nalang OPM na gusto ko dahil ang mainstream OPM mostly cover songs. At ang nakakairita pa, ang pangit ng version nila. Lalo na sa mga ginagawang theme song sa mga tv shows na halos parehas mga plot. Lol

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    3. OPM songs all sound the same. Melodramatic RNB wannabe love songs. Filipinos are good at hitting notes that’s it. We are not musically inclined like say Indians who have at least 5 songs in every Bollywood movie they produce.

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    4. Maraming underrated singers na magaganda ang songs, kulang sa support, kaya tangkilikin natin. Mas prefer kasi ng pinoy ang looks kaysa talent. Sad but true..

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    5. Admiring foreign artists does not mean one is losing his identity as a Filipino. Bakit nga ba kinahihiligan ang Kpop now? Coz of their reach, their catchy songs, etc . If only OPM step up their game, tiyak marami din even the youth of today mahihiligan makinig sa OPM songs. Matagal na umiiyak ang OPM pero ewan ko why mukhang wala silang magawang solusyon. Our OPM singers are getting old, yung medyo bago bago hindi din naman masyado na propromote.. so panu maririnig ng madla ?

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    6. Yeeeess 2:56. Ang masakit p nga dito is kakarelease lng ng kanta (new one), eh nabigyan n kaagad ng cover. Tpos, mas sumikat p ang cover than the orig one.

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  5. What’s with English?— being able to speak English does not mean you are better country.

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    1. Haha off nga ang comment. Haha shes inviting haters with that comment. Though I question people who go crazy over songs that they can’t understand.

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    2. Maybe they appreciate the music..

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    3. C'mon guys, ibang level n ang obsession ng mga kpop fans/tard, you can't disagree with them they will hate you if give your opinion on kpop/korean shows, DDD levels na. I get it kanya kanya hilig pero ang lala na madalas, hindi na objective. Hindi ko ipapatalo ang beauty ng mga filipino and of course ang singing voice ng mga pinoy.

      I have to say this, there are a lot of filipino, european, SE and SE asian movies pero makikita mo ang trending korean. Hindi lumalawak ang taste ng mga tao in terms of movies and series kasi nakahon sa korean style of acting, face na hindi na gumagalaw at wala ng expressions.

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    4. IMELDA IS RIGHT ABOUT KPOP EVEN THOUGH SHE'S WRONG ABOUT THE ENGLISH STUFF. Totoo naman talagang mga pinoy kpop fans gustong itakwil ang lahi nila just to become korean which is really stupid and disrespectul to our ancestors. You can't deny it... nagkalat sa social medias ang mga drama ng mga kpoper na yan na gusto daw nila maging koreano, koreana and it really pisses me off.

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  6. To each his own. Kanya - kanyang preferences. Aminin natin sya baka influence nya American music naman.

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    1. mukha nga niya ibang lahi eh. Hindi nga maintindihan o mamemorize ng mga tao yung apelyido niyan. Wag siyang umarte. Hindi porket mestiza ay sisikat siya.

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    2. She’s full of negativity. She can appreciate naman her choice of music without hating kpop.

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  7. Excuse me, may karapatan naman mga tao mamili ako gusto nila pakinggan at panuurin. Ang kopp hindi lang naman hit sa Philippines, it's all over the world. Tapos hindi naman declamation contest yan para kailangan sobrang on point yun diction, ang sabaw lang.

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    1. Nope. Ibang level ang pagkagusto nyo sa kpop to the point na ma smahal nyo na ang korea kesa sa Pilipinas.

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    2. kala nya kasi uso pa yung style nya na basta halfie ay sisikat. Dyusmiyo marimar!

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    3. Agree that K pop or K wave is not isolated in the Philippines. Kaya nga sikat ang BTS and Blackpink sa buong mundo, hindi lang sa pinas. Sa K drama, nag invest na si Netflix to buy Studio Dragon to release k dramas exclusively para kuha nila ang Asian market.

      And to those people who think that K drama/wave is corny, remember that the best picture from the Oscars this year is a Korean movie.

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    4. Tumpak 5:49, ang lala.

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  8. K pop is also influenced by the western world. Pareho lang naman na nanggagaya. Dont worry , lilipas din.

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    1. Naku ibang klase ang gobyerno nila sa pagsuporta at pagpromote ng Hallyu. Kung natatandaan nyo dati medyo nalaos na yang mga Kdrama Kpop na yan pero dahil nakipagkasunduan ang Korean Embassy sa malalaking network natin kaya todo promote ang mga tv networks natin ng Kpop at Kdrama kaya biglang umingay uli sila. Mas malala nga ngayon kasi nagiging endorser na sila sa Pinas. Tapos yung mga Ppop groups tulad ng sa Star Hunt Academy ng ABS CBN isa sa mga nagtetraining sa kanila mga korean coaches. Kasama sa tinutura sa kanila ang Korean Culture. Kunyari Ppop sila pero ang tutuo tagapromote lang din sila ng Kpop at Hallyu.

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    2. 12:41 Tulad ng SB19 na hawak ng Korean Management. Kunyari Ppop sila pero mas pinopromote talaga nila ang Korea. Sa mga videos at interviews nga ng SB19 mas madalas pa nila ipromote ang Korea at Korean Culture.

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    3. Nung sumikat ang Meteor Garden sa Pinas sobrang phenomenal nun. Yun din ang pinagsimulan ng pagsikat ng mga Taiwanese series sa Pinas at pati ng Kdrama. Pero wala pang isang taon nalaos na agad ang Meteor Fever at ang F4 at hindi rin tumagal ang popularidad ng mga Chinovela. Ang Kdrama ang tumagal at pati rin ang Kpop at dahil yan sa pursigido ang gobyerno nila na maipromote dito sa Pinas ang Kpop at Kdrama.

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    4. 2:24 matagal bago nalaos yung f4
      Ang di nag click is yung other taiwanese dramas, kdrama talaga ang marami naipalabas

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    5. 2:53 Naging fan ako ng F4 at Meteor Garden nung sumikat sila ng year 2003. Wala pang isang taon nalaos na sila sa Pinas. Yung concert ng F4 sa Pinas na Happy New Year Concert bago magtapos ang year 2003 lugi yung producer nun. Umpisa ng year 2004 nagsolo concert si Vanness Wu sa Araneta Coliseum at Cebu parehong flop yung concert. Si Barbie Hsu bumalik sa Pinas para shampoo endorsement nya pero hindi na ganun kainit ang pagtanggap sa kanya. Si Ken Zhu gumawa ng movie sa Pinas with Iza Calsado na Batanes flop yung movie. Yun nga raw yung patunay na ang mga Pilipino madaling magsawa.

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  9. UHMMMM, CAN YOU REALLY BLAME THE FLIPINOS THOUGH? hOW CAN WE HAVE OUR OWN IDENTITIES WHEN WE WERE OCCUPIED BY SPAIN FOR MORE THAN 300 YRS, THEN, AMERICANS, THEN A FEW YRS BY THE JAPANESE. OUR CULTURE IS VERY RICH DUE TO THOSE NUMBER OF INFLUENCES. TECHNICALLY, OUR REAL IDENTITIES ARE THOSE OF THE MANGYANS/ AETAS/IGOROT, ETC. IF THIS LADY WAS BORN IN THE 80S, AND EARLY 90S, BKA MAS MA OVERWHELM SYA SA MGA WESTERN INFLUENCES SA PINAS. OR MAYBE IT'S BECAUSE SHE DOESN'T UNDERSTAND THE KOREAN LANGUAGE THAT'S WHY SHE'S REACTING LIKE THIS, BECAUSE MUSIC WISE, MAS MALAKI AP REN INFLUENCE NG WESTERNERS THAN KOREANS SA PINAS.

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    1. Ang Kpop naman ay gaya lang sa Jpop at Western Music

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    2. Both are influenced by one way or another lol its just mas invested ng bongga ang korean govt in supporting their arts na lumaki sila ng ganito. Mapakpop or kdrama or kmovies. And now super nagbebenefit sila. 12:41

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    3. Yes gaya sa jpop, unang una ang jpop bago oa nagka kpop. And ang obsession ng koreans sa paris or anything french hahaha th. Kakalurks.

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    4. 2:25 Ang mga Japanese daw mababa ang tingin at inis sa mga Koreans kasi sobrang gaya gaya ang mga Koreans sa mga Japanese.

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    5. 12:29 precisely malaki inlfuence ng mga nanakop satin and it’s part of culture of pinas. Nasakop ba tayo ng korea para maging die hard mga faney kakaloka? Ung mga die hard na rabid fans gora na sa norkor.

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  10. Gurl, pinapahiya mo lng sarili mo. Ayaw s kpop pero pinagmalaki ang English fluency, eh both nman yun ay Foreign. Manahimik k nlng kasi nagmumukha k lng hypocrite.

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    1. May point ka lol

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    2. English is an international language tho. It is also our 2nd language.

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    3. tignan mo naman last name ni girl. Kung siya nga halfie. So I think may karapatan din naman ang mga viewers kung gustuhin ang foreign serye or music etc.

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    4. English is an international language. ANo ka ba?

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    5. Kala ko Jason Everley *sings Wish*.

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  11. 2020 na, problematic kapa din? walang character development teh???

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    1. Walang views kasi ang youtube channel nya

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    2. kunwari pinaglalaban ang pagiging makabayan. what a hypocrite, ang last name hindi nga maintindihan pero makabayan kuno. Wag kami girl.

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    3. Saw some of her posts sa FB. Medyo nega vibes nga si girl. Even her fb friends say she’s toxic.

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  12. Hindi din ako fan ng kpop.

    Pero I fully understand na people admire them not only because of their music, but also because of tbeir dedication and discipline.

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    1. Thank you. Very well said. Respect lang.

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  13. does she not notice how lately most of the new Filipino music is in English? Even Filipino artists are continuously reviving/covering English songs from foreign artists. but does she have any problem with that? I guess not.

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  14. Hypocrite. Last name is Schweighart,doesnt sound Filipino to me.

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    1. May nagcomment nga sa twitter bakit ba daw nagpasakop ang nanay nya at ganyan apelyedo nila. Lol

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    2. Ahahaha. Truths

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    3. TRUE. Punahin niya muna sarili niya. Do not give us this makabayan bull. Wag kami girl. Kumita na yan.

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  15. girl, just because we like KPOP doesnt mean im losing my Filipino Card. Pwede bang marunong lang kaming mag appreciate ng music? Like me, i like KPOP and OPM. P

    Please do not equate liking foreign music to losing our patriotism or not being Filipino.

    We can co-exist.

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    1. This! I learned to appreciate Kpop nitong covid lang and i now understand kpop fans. Ibigay natin ang birit sa ating mga Pinoy singers, pero production-wise and quality ng performance, inieffortan ng Kpop artists ang bawat salang nila sa stage.

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  16. pls don't use the "identity" card. kasi kht saang bansa ka tumingin, panapanahon lng yan kung cno sikat, yun ang gagayahin...nakalimutan mo na yta ang F4 days or baby ka pa nun? lahat ng lalake buhok F4. or mga dragon ballz days, na lahat ng hairstyle anime. or let's go way back sa 90's kung san lahat ng buhok ng lalake leonardo d caprio/keempee, mga tugtog puro alternative rock. nung 80s puro new wave ang kanta.. panapanahon lng.

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  17. Ano gusto niya yung kanta nya na f***** ang title? Sourgraping lang kasi flop yung album niya

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    1. wala naman kasi itong hatak sa taong bayan.

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  18. I have friends and relatives who like Kpop pero hindi naman nawawala ang identity nila. Music transcends language. It is a form of escapism and it just so happens that Koreans are good at entertaining. They produce music with a global reach in mind. Respect other people's preferences na lang instead of imposing her likes and dislikes on other people. At tsaka matagal na tayong heavily influenced by Western music. Our taste in music and even movies have gone diverse.

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    1. Tama. Music knows no boundaries. Minsan gusto mo lang dahil sa rhythm. Kahit english songs din minsan gusto mo lang. Di pa nga maintindihan ngayon kasi masyadong slang at loaded with innuendo. Pag binasa mo na lang ang lyrics bastos pala.

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    2. sana maglagay ang FP team ng like/upvote button para malike ko comment mo

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  19. Mas magaling ng mag english pinoys mas maunlad nman bansang korea

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  20. Except for the English bit, finally someone bothered to speak up! Tingnan mo sa Twitter, kulang na lang makipagpatayan yung mga Filipino kpop fans mapangtanggol lang idols nila kahit wala sa hulog at kahit rapist pa!

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    1. Super agree! 99 percent about what she said is right except the english thing and the kpopers are just focusing on that one thing to make her sound wrong.

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    2. True. Sobrang obsessed. Lagi na lang may "Apologize to" para sa idol na feeling nila inaapi na namanπŸ™„
      Or makiki-"academic freeze" kasi gulo ng internet pero next tweet magtatawag ng 24/7 streaming para ipromote new video.😐
      Nakaka-off kasi sobrang dedication sa kanila ng pinoy youth, pero mejo di nman sila pinapansin ng idols. Laging wala sa priority ang Pilipinas sa shows nila etc. Kawawa lang

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  21. Parang nung late 90s kung kung saan mga puti ang sikat na boyband (westlife, a1 etc.) sobrang sikat at halos magkanda baliw na mga pinoy fans dati. Tas ngayun naman kpop. So pana panahon lang den talaga yan at kanya kanyang preferences ng bawat henerasyon.

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    1. And Beatles in the 60s! My parents still have their albums and even bought digitally enhanced CDs of it.

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  22. I don’t like imelda but her tweets here are on point. Totoo lang naman yung mga sinabi niya diyan sa tweets niya

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    1. Wala din naman identity yung gawang music niya. Look it up. Pati yung questionable na album cover. She's just salty walang pumansin na may album pala siya. And what better way to gain attention than to attack Kpop fans.

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    2. wag na siyang kumanta, mag tweet na lang siya ng mag tweet at doon siya kumuha ng career.

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    3. So what music do you listen to?

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  23. English ba ang batayan on which who you should admire? I agree na Pinoys should stop imitating what is hot right now. They should come up with something uniquely their own. You saying you hate K-pop shows envy and insecurity.

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  24. Kpop is also heavily influenced by hip-hop and american pop. They are very good in packaging their idols. I dont like kpop music also because the idols usually lip sync and the content of the songs are shallow. Parang mga robots. Its form over substance. People in the OPM industry should improve the quality of the music though to catch up with the world.

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  25. Says the girl who follows Western artists on instagram

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    1. because she herself is from another country. Hypocrite.

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  26. Ayaw ko din sa KPop pero whatever floats their boat di ba. Hayaan mo na. For sure eh some time din sa buhay mo, you have followed some group. Ako Nsync lol.

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    1. Backstreetboys here. I still follow them and even watched their concert recently. Marami ring najojologan pero kiber. Haha.

      Nakakatawa lang yung iba, porke ayaw mo sa kpop. High and mighty ka na?

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    2. Bts ako bakit haha so what. Kanya kanya lang yan diba. Bakit need maging toxic.

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    3. 1:28 apir tyo sista. Bsb fan here too.

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    4. Cyempre dun ako sa nagpapasaya sakin. Napapasaya ako ng BTS. Ikaw ndi.

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  27. sana di na niya pinasok yung english kyeme. pero oo kadiri kpop fans. kultong kulto

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    1. Yes, hindi na lang sana nay sinali yung tungkol sa english kasi mali yun. Tuloy duon lang naka focus mga kpopers para patunayan na mali sya about kpop eh totoo naman mga sinabi nya.

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  28. Sus puchu puchu naman ang mga boy and girl grp dito sa Pinas kung makaanggat ka naman hiyang hiya sayo ang Kpop?? Kanino mo nga mahihintulad dito?? Levels hah.

    Saka yun Engish argument?? Ano yun sense duh

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    1. I'm pretty sure hindi naman mga pinoy boybands ang ibig nyang sabihin kasi kung hindi mo napapansin, hindi naman talaga mahilig ang OPM sa boybands, boybands na ganyan. Lawakan mo ang pag-iisip, hindi lang boybands ang mga singers sa mundo.

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  29. I like this girl. I also don't understand this kpop craze or korean drama craze.

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    1. So you like her dahil lang ayaw mo sa Kpop? Eh mukhang ang sama ng ugali? Lol.

      Anong masama sa Kdrama/Kpop craze? Pero okay lang yung Hollywood? As if naman Pinoy shows lang pinapanood mo.

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    2. 1:01 you and this gurl both know how to respect other. Kung ayaw nyo, wla dpat pilitan and wlang pangmamaliit s gusto ng iba.

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    3. Mukhang kulang sa aruga si 1:01AM, I am not a k-pop fan dahil mas trip ko mga lumang kanta at indie artists. Pero sabihin mo I like this girl because she "hates" k-pop there is something wrong with you. Hate is a big word.

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  30. grabe naman yung I HATE KPOP hindi ba pwedeng yung mga pinoy jejemons kpop fanatic lang? seriously, ang bakya ng mga pinoy na halos makipagpatayan sa idol nilang maliit lang din ang tingin sa pinoy. like girl totoo naman, have some pride baka hindi niyo alam nilalait na pala kulay niyo behind the camera.

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  31. Hate Kpop? As in Hate? I don’t like country music pero hindi ko naman sasabihin na i “hate” country music. I just won’t listen to it.

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  32. Kunwari pa hindi silent "fan" si ate lmao jusko wag kame biwisit ka!

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  33. Ayaw nya gayahin ang Koreans pero kung Western ok lang? Salty lang yan dahil walang views ang kanta nyang "fuccboi" sa youtube.Di hamak na maganda naman ang kpop kesa trashy song nya.

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  34. I used to hate kpop. Nahusguhan ko agad ang kpop in genderal just because of the few very popular "idol songs" that I heard. Pero nung marinig ko ang totoong kpop, na inlove ako sa music ng Korea. Akala kc ng ibang mga Pinoy, yung idol music equals kpop na. Hindi po. At ang dami ring magagaling na singers sa Korea. Kung mahilig kayo sa belters, ang dami mapalalaki o babae. Kung interesado kayo, search for Ailee, Hyolyn, Eunkwang, Mamamoo, Solar, Sam Kim, Eric Nam... For bands search nyo The Rose, Hyukoh, Seso Neon (although iba dito baka hindi na pasok sa kpop). Flex ko rin ang krnb nila. Magaling din rnb ng Korea. Personal fave is "Primary" who's a producer. Manood kayo ng shows like Fantastic Duo o kaya Immortal Songs Para marinig nyo ang mga Korean singers na kumanta ng mga classic songs nila. And BTW, I love OPM too. From Nonoy Zuniga to Ben&Ben to Wolfgang to Jay-R, etc...

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    1. Actually, i have a lot of korean songs in my spotify. Being a music junkie myself, i listen to korean songs not just mga songs ng sikat like bts (na sobrsng toxic ng fans) or whatever kpop group. Ang daming nice korean singers na di syado narerecognize. So yeah, i love korean music. In fact mas magaganda ang solo singers kesa mga kpop group na puro pa cute lang alam at at ni hindi makakanta ng live

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    2. True 1:13. You could also listen
      to wildflower by park hyo shin. Sobrang ganda

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  35. I really don't get fans going crazy over artists who can't speak english.

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    1. Because a song is not only made up of lyrics.. a movie is not only made up of lines.. there are a lot of elements in a song or movie that people appreciate..

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    2. Kawawa ka naman. Buti pa nga ang korea at japan at china di nila kailangan magpakatrying hard mag english sa mga job interview kasi proud sila sa wika nila lol samantalamg dito boss mo carabao english na pero todo paimpress ka naman sa kakaenglish para lang matanggap sa trabaho

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    3. How uncultured. Di lang english language sa mundo

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    4. English lang naman alam ng pinoy. Ibang countries nga 3-4 languages inaaral nila. Yabang mo

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    5. May english translations po and some groups like BTS write their own songs na mostly ay about self-love and something relevabt at di sex o violence

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    6. How narrow minded. Tsk tsk.

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    7. You have a lot to learn. There are french songs that are great to listen to, spanish and Italian too.There are movies in foreign languages that you need to watch. Lawakan mo ang kaalaman mo please, nakakahiya ka.

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    8. I myself don't get the kpop hype pero kdrama I get, my subtittles naman at maganda pagkakagawa. I guess it's a phase, may 5 yr time frame like any other artists.

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  36. Kapag dito sa Pinas makakita ka ng lalaking Naka makeup sasabihin mga bakla pero kakaloka mga Kpop artist na lalaki ang kakapal ng mga Fonda pero mga Pinoy gwapong gwapo!! ,Ano to double standard kakaloka!

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    1. True i attended a fanmeeting before at diko naman inexpect na merong handshake na mangyayari. Saw jung hae in upclose and ang dami tlg mas gwapong pinoy artista. Napaisip nga ako that time..sabi ko walang wala ito pag natabi kay piolo pascual! But ewan anong magic meron ang korean celebrities.

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  37. Give the Filipino audience quality contents kasi para dito sila fumaney at hindi sa mga banyaga. Maraming magagaling dito na mga artists pero hindi well promoted. Ang dami daming magagaling na indie and underground musicians na hindi nabibigyan ng pansin kasi walang willing sumugal na malalaking producers. Same goes with TV and movies here. Natural hahanap ng magandang content ang Pinoy viewers elsewhere kasi hindi nila mahanap dito.

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  38. If you listen to your local radio station, 95% ng mga kanta are from American artists. Tapos Losing our Filipino identity pag K-pop ang gusto? Ano kayo yun. May prejudice Lang?

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  39. Ako mas gusto ko ung mga themesong ng Kpop drama kahit diko naiintindihan parang tagos sa puso mo haha considered bang Kpop ang mga kdrama themesong?

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    1. 1:31 not sure about that since from what i understand, kpop mostly mean korean music.

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    2. No. Hindi lahat ng korean music is Kpop. In Korea, Idol music ang tawag sa kanila. Twice/Blackpink/ etc. Hindi kpop ang tawag sa trot/ballad/khiphop etc.

      The word ''kpop'' comes from the west, hindi sa Korea.

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    3. I started with kdramas and love the soundtracks too. Then eventually got introduced sa kpop music out of curiosity na din kay Sandara (2NE1). Then ayan na ang Big Bang and other kpop groups. But now I love BTS. πŸ’œ

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  40. Aysoz kanya kanyang trip yan! Ano gusto mo pakinggan namin Pamela wan? Totoybibo? Halukay ube? Mind your own teh!

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    1. Dagdag mo pa yung bakit papa! Oh diba taray! Haha!

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    2. 1:33 Isama n rin ang Jumbo Hotdog hahahaha.

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  41. So kpop lang ang ayaw nya? And she also hates people trying to look korean? Pro ok sa kanya yung ibang foreign songs and people trying to look like caucasians?

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  42. Had to google kng sino sya.hehe Anyways, ok lang naman kng hate nya kpop. Basta ako I like it, just as I like westlife, blue, f4, metallica, parokya ni edgar, hale, eraserheads.. whether I understand the lyrics or not, I'm all about the music..galingan mo na lang girl sa pagkanta para magthrive ka sa music mo.. no need to hate on others..

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  43. That's not the right way to promote your music girl...,

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    1. If she sings all pinoy songs that is backed up by instruments invented by pinoys baka maniwala ako sa babaeng ito.

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  44. As If this girl support and listen to OPM music na Tagalog and watches teleserye . Sa ugali niya yan hinde nanood yan ng teleserye natin Or nakikinig ng Tagalog songs. Wag ka nga .. hayaan mo tao gusto ng kpop yun ang gusto nila e bakit ba? If yun nag papasaya sa kanila Let them be.

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  45. Ummm, Taylor Swift, can you react to this KPop hater. Representative ka pa naman, Ms Earth, Di ba Dapat mat tact and diplomacy. Hate is a strong word. Beke nemen as a singer inggit ka Lang. Ok. You’ve got the attention. Now show us if you’ve got it’s chops....and by the way, you can be good at singing but if you don’t have the charisma and the humility it’s going to be along climb up there if you can even reach that.

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  46. Sounds xenophobic to me. You can lose your own Filipino identity even without listening to Korean pop. Our being Filipino and its degree aren’t dependent or measured by our interests.

    As for the English comment, she must have forgotten that it’s a language brought by colonizers. So there’s that too.

    Hating on something won’t make people listen to her music. She could have spoken about Filipino original music and her own music without bringing something down.

    No wonder she had to give up the crown she won years ago. She was running her mouth... just like what she is doing now. Stay salty.

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    1. @2:19 pak! Well said

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    2. Ah sya ba yun? She hasn't learned her lesson. Sige, hintayin natin sya mas dumapa pa dahil sa kayabangan nya.

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  47. TRUE, OVERRATED EH MAGKAKAMUKHA LANG NAMAN. HAHA

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    1. Ganyan din 1st impression ko day..pro nung maappreciate ko music nila malalaman mo na magkakaiba sil ng mukha..

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    2. Racist remark ka. Be careful.

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    3. If we are to believe her, then we should all stop watching movies and TV shows or admiring bands that aren't Filipinos. Why pick on just 1 country? My favorite band when I was young was Duran Duran and I had all their albums and posters and even dressed the way they did, but last I checked pinoy na pinoy pa rin ako - sa pag galang ko sa mga matanda, sa faith ko, sa mga gusto kong kainin at marami pang iba. I don't speak with a british accent too! This girl is just a bigot and her opinion should NEVER matter.

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    4. 10:49 number one racist ang pinoys.. kaya nga mas sumisikat ang kpop kasi mga pogi at magaganda.. kapag panget ka sa pinas kahit may talent ka wala ka magiging fan base

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  48. it's okay not to get the hype about kpop. some people don't get the hype about your idol too, and thats okay. but to hate them just because you don't get them?? something is wrong with you gurl

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  49. I’m never a kdrama follower but out of curiosity i watched one after another..the plot is universal but the production is good as well as the cinematography but most of the faces of the actors are scientifically enhanced, the guys look effimenate and the girls doll like, you can’t figure their real looks anymore but they’re good actors though..compared to phil. cinema they’re way better. The kpop groups they’re mediocre singers but their choreography are well rehearsed but the younger generation goes gaga over them, i dunno why..my opinion.

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  50. bet ko na sana si Ms Imelda sana inalis nya muna ang foreign family name nya if she's talking about kunting pride naman dyan

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  51. Eto ang hirap sa pinoy e, d pwedeng iangat ang sarili ng walang tinatapakan na iba. #satruelang

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  52. Agree ako sa kanya.actually wala akong kilalang kpop artist if i see any of them in photos sorry.isa lang gusto ko sa korea si jang hyuk lang coz i accidentally watched a snippet of fated to love you on facebook lol.pero sa mga singers wala akong kilala ni wala ako maalalang names parang parepareho lol.

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  53. Mas maganda kdrama OST pero hindi din magkaka grammy award ang kpop groups kung wala talaga silang binatbat. Wag nalang tayong bitter. Hindi sila marunong mag english pero mas sikat sila in other parts of the world than our singers. The mere fact na effort mag aral ng korean songs nila ang mga fans kahit hindi sila korean means something. Di ba dapat napapaisip tayo dun, kailangan ba talaga magaling mag english para ma recognise sa mundo? Kahit sa movies napapansin na din sila ng international award giving bodies. Ibig sabihin nun may tama silang ginagawa. Hindi lang yan sa kung sino ng mas magaling mag english.

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    1. Aaaahhh... anong grammy awards for kpop groups ka dyan??? HINDI PA NANANALO NG GRAMMYS ANG KAHIT ANONG KPOP GROUPS. Wag mag-imbento please.

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  54. I have no problems with Filipino fans liking foreign artists. I have a problem with filipino artists & celebrities copying Koreans professionally like SB19. I find them super gross and cringey.

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  55. Ok n sana pero pero parang 5 yr old mag rason about mas magaling pa tayo mag english. Wtf. Lol. Racist themed na tuloy.

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  56. Inggiterang palaka! You hate them because they work so hard and they are successful. They make a lot of money. Ikaw sino ka nga uli?

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  57. Back off and mind your own business

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  58. ALL THESE KPOP FANS WHO ARE BUTTHURT ABOUT HER "HATING" KPOP BECAUSE ACCORDING TO THEM IT'S TOO MEAN ARE HYPOCRITES.

    DON'T ACT LIKE YOU DON'T SPEW HATE IN SOCIAL MEDIAS OVER THE PETTIEST THINGS. THE CELEBRITIES YOU HUMILIATED, THE FANDOM WARS... DON'T ACT LIKE WE'VE NEVER HEARD ABOUT THOSE. HECK, YOU CAN EVEN HATE EACH OTHER BECAUSE OF COMPETITION WITH YOUR OPPAS. REMEMBER YOUR FELLOW PH ARMY WHO IS SO LUCKY TO HAVE BEEN NOTICED BY TAEHYUNG IN THEIR MANILA CONCERT YEARS AGO??? YEAH, DON'T ACT LIKE YOU KPOP FANS DID NOT HUMILIATE AND BASHED HER TO DEATH. YOU SAID THE WORST THINGS ABOUT THAT HELPLESS GIRL COMPARED TO WHAT IMELDA IS SAYING ABOUT KPOP RIGHT NOW.

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  59. have you seen them(kpop) performed? its what you called entertainment.they are putting so much effort in their every performance and they promote self love in their songs.they do not just stand there and sing cover songs.and their kdrama they dont need to kill lots of characters thru violence and have so much sex scenes and stories are engaging.i love opm pero di sa lahat ng oras opm pakikinggan mo.u can have both worlds without hating the other.and yes i dont watch pinoy serye kakaumay stories.

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  60. There's a lot of demonic symbolisms in some kpop music videos and in some of their live performances in korea too. I won't mention names of these groups and solo acts but there's a lot of them... Really dark, shady industry not to mention their slave system... No wonder why a lot of kpop fans are really, really toxic people.

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  61. Say what you want to say kpop tards, but we Backstreet Boys and N'SYNC fans never declared that we wanted to be americans and that we were so unlucky to be born in the wrong country and we never wanted to sell our kidneys just to purchase merchs and concert tickets! Sino ang bad influence ngayon?

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  62. Ako din nagtaka before bakit ang daming gusto ng kpop so I tried watching. Realized how they are professionally trained even sa music composition and playing instruments. So I think andun ang respeto ng Pinoy pagdating sa dedication to their craft and teamwork. You will appreciate it when you give it a chance. Meron din mga favorite na OPM singers ang Kpop.

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  63. Prangkahan na tayo, IF THE PEOPLE WHO SANG DNA, FIRE, LOVESHOT AND LET'S KILL THIS LOVE WERE UGLY AND DEFINITELY NOT THEIR TYPE, KPOP FANS WON'T EVEN BOTHER SUPPORTING AND SEARCHING FOR ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS OF THOSE SONGS.

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  64. Respect is not judging somebody's else's choice and preference be it kpop or otherwise. I think you are the one with misplaced, or yet, no respect

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  65. What a way to get fans - galeng naman neto! Haters will hate and curious fans will look her up and check all her social media accts to bash her! Talino!

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  66. naku ateng Schweighart hindi ka sisikat girl lalo na kung wala kang solid na talent. Mataas na ang standards ng mga Pilipino sa pagpili ng papanoorin or papakinggan ayaw namin ng puchu puchu at basta afam lang. Nu yan, white supremacy.

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  67. To be honest I was surprised how Filipinos in the Philippines are so fascinated with Koreans. When you come here in the US, nobody even cares.

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  68. Imelda who again? Lols

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  69. I could lose my being pinoy more if I had her surname. Sino ba itech? Is she relevant?

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  70. Ghorl wag ka mag alala.. di lang kpop ginagaya ng mga pinoy pati western music. Sa pag kakaalam ko marami pa ring pinoy Ang ayaw ng kpop dahil na Rin sa language barrier.. wag mo ring ikagalit na na penetrate ng kpop Ang pinas Kasi big sabihin success Ang korean govt sa pag endorse nito at advantage to sa bansa nila for tourism purposes..bago ka mg hate research research din pag may time...

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  71. Di na kaya nakaka proud ang 'galing' natin sa english. Susme. Yun lang errors sa deped modules kakahiya na.

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  72. Alam mo girl, mas hate kita. I'm not a fan of kpop but you I hate. Racist to the highest level! Cancel her please!

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  73. Sana one day Ppop and Pinoy artists naman ang magdodominate sa international scene. Nakakasawa na kasi puro kpop. Dapat may ibang variety naman.

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    1. Paano? Eh wala namang magaling gumawa ng original songs?

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    2. 11:56 well, i wish mo muna n sana n magstop n mga pinoy s mga pagrevive or puro pagcover ng mga songs. Kasi ultimong kakalabas lng ng kanta, nacover n agad and mas sumikat p kesa s original.

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    3. Matagal ko ma din wish yan kaso nag give up na ako. So far Moira and Ben&Ben lang ang maayos gumawa ng kanta na OPM. Di katulad before nung 90s gaganda ng mga kanta.

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    4. Walang magaling, 1:02? Edi wala ka talagang pinapakinggan kahit ano, 'no?

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  74. Don’t worry. Kpop and kpop fans hate you too as in BIG TIME! ✌️

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    1. Your kpop idols don't even love you anyway. LOL!

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  75. Filipinos are so pathetic. Imagine supporting and even defending a group of people who're likely stepping in you due to the color of your skin. Sila nga, racists sa black Americans na ginagayahan nila, kayo pa kaya? Eh, pano na lang mga Thai na pino promote dito?

    Kung aware kayo na bunga lang talaga ng todo promotion bakit sikat ang kpop ngayon, at Korean culture in general, makamang mas resistant ka sa the fact na ginagamitan ka lang nila para sumikat sila at bansa nila. Sadly, most people are sheep at pagtatanggol pa nila "idols" nila na malamang ay racists din sa kanila.

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    1. ThisπŸ‘ I couldnt agree more sa lahat ng sinabi moπŸ‘‹

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  76. I’d rather watch a kpop concert na original na kanila ang music rather than a Pinoy artist na kakantahin puro foreign songs. Kopyang kopya pa dance steps, outfit, and makeup. Pinoy music needs to step up. Sama mo na dramas and films. Not hating just stating facts!

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    1. A lot of kpop songs sound the same.

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  77. actually medyo di ko din gets yung kaadikan ng iba sa kpop music ... to the point na parang wala na silang ibang pinapakinggan tapos para sa kanila other kinds of music is considered bad or ugly. Kapag may nasabi kang medyo hindi maganda tungkol sa kpop gegerahin ka nila.

    Yung tugtugan din naman ng kpop same same lang din halos. So maybe big factor din ang "looks" kung bakit patok ang kpop lalo na dito sa pinas ... kasi ang pinoy mahilig sa mga may "looks"

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  78. What an entitled whiner! Talk about sour graping. I am not a KPop fan but I respect all music choices. Gusto nitong babaeng ito siya yung sambahin. Napaghahalata g ingitera.

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  79. She has a point. I dunno why Filipinos went gaga over kpop pati itsura nila ginagaya eh hindi naman lahat bumabagay.

    I get it na dapat walang basagang trip. And it’s your choice kung anong klaseng music gusto nyo.

    But sobrang fanatic na, pati tv puro kdrama nlng. Isama na rin ang style sa buhok at pananamit. Pati sa school gusto pang gawing subject yung Korean. Nawalan naba tayo ng identity??

    Kahit nga sa sarili nating bansa, ginawa natin silang amo at tayo’y nanatiling alipin, smh

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    1. Nako sezwang pati trending list sa Twitter puro kpop related na hindi naman makakatulong sa pinasz nakakaloka yang mga kpop addict na yan di naman nila iintinduhan mga lyrics ng mga kanta pati mga kpop singer wala naman aki sa kanila! Haha

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    2. Gusto ko yung mga pinunto mo. Alam mo yung feeling na hindi ka naman talaga galit sa Kpop at Kdramas pero yung media sa Pinas ipinagduduldulan sya saatin kaya nakakairita na. Tulad nga ng nabanggit mo pati sa eskwelahan. At ang pinakamasakit sa sarili nating bansa nadidiscriminate tayo ng mga Koreans.

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  80. Ilang local concert na kaya napanood niya? Or baka naman isa din sya sa mga atat na atat sa foreign artists pag may concert sa Pinas. πŸ™„

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  81. Stop it, you're making too much sense! /s Pero seriously, we're in the minority here. It's sad but here we are. I'm praying that more Filipinos wake up. Koreans don't care about you, they just want that soft power and they're racists. Sadly, ang daming Pinoy na may inferiority complex.

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  82. Ang tanong e may identity ba tayo?

    Teleserye natin e ginaya sa Spanish.

    Tayong mga Pinoy feeling American.

    Nasan ang identity

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    1. May identity naman talaga ang pinoy.. Naibaon lang sa limot ng mga taong sumasamba sa anything foreign gaya ng mga kpop tards nato who don' t even bother to research anymore about the REAL history of the PH and just declare WE DON'T HAVE IDENTITY THAT'S WHY I LOVE KOREANS, I WANNA MARRY KOREANS, ALL KOREANS ARE GWAPO AND ALL THOSE NONSENSE.

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  83. It’s called soft power

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  84. Makalait ang mga kpop fans sa OPM wagas pero sa totoo lang... mas superior ang rap songs ni Francis M kesa sa rap songs ng Bigbang/gdragon at BTS. Mas nakakaindak ang mga old hits ni Andrew E even if you don't understand tagalog kesa sa gangnam style na yan na mukhang binenta lang sa illuminati kaya sumikat ng ganun ka OA.
    THE BEST CLASSIC OPM HITS ARE FAR SUPERIOR THAN KPOP HITS TODAY. PERIOD. IBA ANG DATING NG GREATEST OPM HITS, MAY DISTINCT SOUL AND HEART NA HINDI MO MAKIKITA SA ANUMANG KPOP SONGS NA YAN.

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  85. Pssst... may sasabihin ako sa inyo.

    OPM/Ppop will be the next big thing worldwide and no, hindi yung mga sinasabi nyo mga revival ng revival at Jumbo hotdog, spaghetting pababa ang mag-aangat nyan kaya tumahimik na lang kayo okay? That's all!

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  86. English fluency has no bearing on music. Music is music. So it's okay to support American music and not K-Pop? I enjoy good quality music in genres I enjoy regardless of race - English, French, Spanish, Korean. As for OPM, bands from the 90s were cool, and there are some sentimental tunes that are good. But the Philippine music industry is nowhere near the Koreans. Let's not even mention the quality of their TV shows. The Philippines' cannot compare, not even a little. Let's give credit where it's due. You accept the superiority of American shows but not that of Koreans?

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  87. Sino siya? Baka ang ibig sabihin ni ate siya na lang daw ang pakinggan at i-idolize niyo. hahahaha

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