Girls’ Generation – “I Got A Boy” Review

Girls’ Generation – I Got A Boy (Live Performance)

Girls’ Generation – I Got A Boy (short/live vers.)

Reviewed on November 8, 2014

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Personal Message: There are so many things to address/share before this review. To begin, this will be the first review of November 2014. Let’s keep things rolling well, and, through work, improving. Something to address quickly, this review will be based on the live performance linked above; this version is significantly shorter (30 – 40 seconds?). What is lost is a bridge section in addition to shorter transitions (I think). I am keeping it this way to prevent readers from becoming confused with the performance audio and the official audio. Overall, though, it’s practically identical.

Anyhow, why am I digging all the way back to 2013 for this song? Originally, VIXX’s “Error” was going to be reviewed, but then I saw that they did a dance cover of Girls’ Generation “I Got A Boy”. As a result, it made me look over this song once more, and considering this song won YouTube’s Music Award (right?), I took an even closer look and decided to review it.

For a short story, I remember vividly this era of Girls’ Generation. It was a huge sensation and hit (side note, it’d be so much fun to analyze and figure out why it was so popular, etc.). People from all over loved the song, concept, and style. Personally, when it came to the song itself, my initial take was “What is this thing?” Now of course, “thing” might’ve been said differently, but I was quite repelled by the song. Silly joke aside, it still remains as one of the most disorganized songs I’ve listened to, even after coming back to it after many months.

One last story I have to share, though, is how a recent “discussion” about Girls’ Generation and this song led to me being called a “woman-loving feminist”. Now if this person told me that in a cheerful, friendly way, it’d be a different story. However, her style of delivering that was in a muttered, menacing tone. Quickly summing up the discussion, I mentioned how ladies should be able to happily express that they “Got A Boy” they love. Perhaps my phrasing of “men are ‘unnecessary’” was poorly worded, and thus, I got the comment stated above. I simply meant how females should not feel obligated to be with a male for the sake of just being with a male. Anyhow, what irritated me the most was how feminist was said with such a negative connotation when that should not be the case. Believing both genders are equal shouldn’t be anything close to bad. But, to each their own opinion; after all, this is the same friend that gave me trouble for watching “The TaeTiSeo” (check out my review on that show). And as a disclaimer, in no way am I trying to put my friend down; she just has different perspectives than me, and I fully accept and understand that.

Back on track with this song, as mentioned, Girls’ Generation was extremely popular during this time. Perhaps it was due to this song’s uniqueness, the chic styles, or most likely, a combination of the two. While this song comes off as a mixture of hip-hop, regular pop, funkiness, and full of fun, it still remains very disorganized. I haven’t even started organizing the different song structures, but I feel quite intimidated.

Even with my own personal dislike towards this song, I won’t let that hinder me from reviewing it fairly. After all, the intelligent, tough, and hard working ladies of Girls’ Generation were very prominent during this time. A reason must exist for that. Enough said, “Let me introduce myself, here comes trouble” in the form of Girls’ Generation’s “I Got A Boy”          

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Song Total Score: 6/10 (6/10 raw score) – Average score of the sub-categories

– Vocals: 7/10 – Knowing it’s Girls’ Generation, a 9 would be expected. Unfortunately, for this song, that is not quite the case. For moments where there was individual singing, the vocals were decent. What doesn’t remain too solid is their chanting; moments during the chorus and pre-choruses. While those sections had catchy, energetic vocals, nothing vocally stunning was shown at all. Peering back at individual parts, when a single member would sing her own lines and part, it would remain sufficient; not too strong but nothing to look over. Adding a fun mood is the benefit of their vocals in this song.

Overall, for “I Got A Boy”, vocally intensive lines were nonexistent. Nevertheless, the vocals were very catchy and upbeat. The choruses and pre-choruses showcase vocals that capture attention, but in terms of moments that unveil high vocal skills, there were little to none. Above average for vocals. Although this song in specific lacks their standard score, Girls’ Generation has proven that they can be very adept singers; examples include “Mr. Mr.” and with their sub-unit group, TaeTiSeo.

– Song Structure: 6/10 (6.14/10 raw score)

The song goes in this structure and order:

Introduction, Pre-Chorus, Verse, Pre-Chorus, Chorus, Verse, Rap, Pre-Chorus, Verse, Pre-Chorus, Bridge, Chorus, Conclusion (Chorus)

1. Introduction: 9/10 – Personally, this may be one of my favorite introductions. Ignoring my bias, however, it would still hold as a fantastic introduction. Sooyoung, Yuri, and Tiffany handle the introduction.

The song starts off with Sooyoung yelling out, “Ayo, Sooyoung!” After that, a few lines are sung/spoken (depending on if you consider that singing). Eventually, Yuri takes over and replicates Sooyoung’s style. Once Yuri’s part closes, Tiffany takes over. The instrumental also shifts to a lighter, energetic and upbeat version. Tiffany’s lines include confident and fun words. A smooth transition is created from such. One last thing to add is during certain words, such as “eo-meo” and “wae geuraetdae?”, all the ladies chip in for emphasis.

In terms of the introduction’s role, the start of the song should capture the attention of listeners. In addition, it should allow listeners to anticipate what is to come. For “I Got A Boy”, all of those parameters are set; the dialogue style at the beginning lures people in, and the energetic vocals and instrumental set up the song. To go into detail, Sooyoung and Yuri’s part was a short story/dialogue (the Meaning Score section will cover it). Musically, their lines were on the plain, calmer side. Nevertheless, for certain words such as “eo-meo”, the other members would say it along with either Sooyoung or Yuri. This creates some diversity for their flow along with highlighting the lyrics’ meaning. When Tiffany arrives, her part elevates the song’s energy. Her lines leave a lasting impression. Furthermore, by having both the vocals and instrumental shift together, the transition becomes very fluid.

Overall, a very loveable section. Considering how the song as a whole isn’t too solid, an introduction as this is rather surprising. The dialogue at the start captures attention and the emphasized words add to the flow. Lastly, the transition to the next section was exceptionally well done; Tiffany and the accompanying instrumental swapped over to an energetic style without coming off as harsh. A very high score will be given here.

2. Pre-Chorus: 5/10 – For this part, all the members of Girls’ Generation sing. There are a few solo lines; one lady of the group sings during those moments. Before going any further, there are two “versions” of the pre-choruses: slow version and fast version. Since I’m feeling lazy it would be less confusing and troublesome, I will be grading the pre-chorus as an average. If I were to be specific, the fast version would be a 4/10, and the slow version would be a 6/10.

Peering at the slow version first due to order, it remains quite solid. As stated, all of the members sing and then one member would have a solo line. Focusing on the first pre-chorus, the ladies are chanting to a catchy and powerful melody. Although their chant is using a simple “Oh” and “Yeah”, this creates proper syncing between the vocals and the instrumental’s heavier beats. Jessica, in the case of the first pre-chorus, finishes the section with an adequate and satisfying line. Overall, for the slow version, due to phenomenal synergy between the vocals and instrumental, the section as a whole becomes augmented. The words used may be very basic, but hearing the perfect connection between the heavier instrumental and equally impactful words allows this version to thrive.

Unfortunately, when the fast version occurs (pre-choruses after the rap), the previous pleasing style disappears. Instead, the instrumental downgrades and the vocals attempt to emulate the lighter melody. Connections between the soundtrack and singing are gone. With the instrumental being quite fast-paced, Girls’ Generation struggled to keep up; the vastly lighter style that emanated from the instrumental did not mesh well with the ladies’ singing.

Combining everything together, average remains as the score. The slower versions showcased exciting and powerful moments, but the faster version did the complete opposite; weak and little to no chemistry between the vocals and soundtrack. On the positive side, at least listeners will hear the better pre-chorus version at first. Nevertheless, it is disappointing to see a pre-chorus degrade during a song.

3. Verse: 5/10 – As keen readers may notice, this song does seem disorganized. The pre-choruses have two versions, and likewise, the verses have multiple versions as well. Thankfully, the two versions aren’t too drastically different, but nonetheless are homogenous to the pre-choruses with the terms of “fast version” and “slow version”. If those terms become too confusing/boring, quoting a friend, the first verse is the “badass version”, and the remaining two are the “cute versions” according to her.

Putting humor aside, regardless of the versions, they all come out as average. I won’t be able to use a verse in detail/as an example since they all differ, so I will generalize. For all the verses, the singing executed was neither adept or inept. In terms of the instrumental, both the slow version with its heavy beats and the electronic fast version were average. Unlike some previous sections, there was little to no connection between vocals and instrumental. Everything for the verses come out as plain; nothing terrible but also not astounding. Now, if there were bonus points for being adorable, Seohyun and Tiffany would’ve earned a few, but realistically and looking at what truly matters for judging, Girls’ Generation manages to snatch only 5. (Short tangent, judging realistically should always be in mind, not how “cute” or whatever a lady/gentleman is)

4. Chorus: 4/10 – The chorus of “I Got A Boy” is, as expected from the song title, the key phrase of “I got a boy”. To be blunt, this category spells below average explicitly: B-E-L-O, shall I end this pathetic joke? All of the ladies sing during a chorus for the entirety of it.

The choruses consist of repeating lines of “I got a boy” followed by a few adjectives that are either in English or Korean. There are 6 phrases of “I got a boy…” assuming I counted correctly. Firstly, repetition becomes a huge issue; “I got a boy” times 6 becomes quite stale. Should the lyrics not be tedious enough, the instrumental ensures that the chorus is. The soundtrack itself is an obnoxious electronic sound that zips back and forth. Vocally, since all the members are chanting, the melody becomes muddled down moreover to power and chanting versus actual singing.

In summary, below average for a section. The instrumental was mediocre, melodic and delightful vocals weren’t showcased, and the flow was utterly mundane. Remaining somewhat catchy is the only strength of the choruses.

5. Rap: 9/10 – Digressing for a moment, I feel ashamed that I even considered myself a fan of Girls’ Generation; I had no idea that Yoona and Hyoyeon (or any member at all) were capable of rapping. Anyhow, I came to an extremely welcoming realization thanks to “I Got A Boy”. For this rap, those two ladies handle it professionally.

Yoona kicks off the rap with words sliding off her tongue. The pacing is quick and her melody is catchy; outstanding for a rap. Hyoyeon carries the remaining of the rap after Yoona is done. There is a unique layer added to this part: dialogue. For two lines in her rap, Hyoyeon would spit out a line and Yoona would toss in a few words as a reply. After all of that, Hyoyeon finishes the section on her own. Another aspect to include is the instrumental, which still remains the same bouncing electronic sound.

A large boost to the score is the outright fact of the ladies’ speed and fluency. Words were coming out easily and the pacing was incredible; fast and accurate. Melody was not lost as it typically is during such high rates, either. Another aspect is how, despite all odds, the instrumental amplifies the pacing. Although the instrumental individually induced annoyance, the soundtrack reciprocated the rapping speed from Yoona and Hyoyeon.

Overall, one of the better raps I have heard in a song. Yoona and Hyoyeon’s rapping skills individually were stunning. On top of their amazing mechanical rapping talent, the instrumental aided the section and the flow and melody remained just as solid. A very high score is deserved here.

6. Bridge: 5/10 – A basic bridge that fills in the spot. Jessica and Seohyun tag up for this section.

Jessica initiates the bridge. During her lines, the instrumental shifts to a relaxing and softer tone. Jessica’s lines are hitting the higher pitch range. Her pacing was on the slower side and had some words stretched out (not enough to be considered note holds). Nevertheless, she remained very melodic and graceful. Later, Seohyun transitions in via adding “neo” (means you in English). Once she takes ownership of the section, Seohyun sings one line and the rest of Girls’ Generation concludes the bridge with everyone adding one final line.

While I am glad that the bridge was nothing excessive, it does remain on the bleak side. The vocals from Jessica were impressive, but the follow up from Seohyun contrasted that by being basic. Peering at the soundtrack, it stands as equally stale. Observing how this song as a whole was structured, a lackluster bridge seemed imminent; no pathway leading to a climactic moment existed. Nonetheless, even if this is a bridge that isn’t aimed towards being the climax, there aren’t any prominent aspects.

Overall, the bridge comes out as average. The singing from Jessica holds as skilled and enlightening, but the instrumental and Seohyun’s part did not provide anything further. A plain, simple, and basic bridge.

7. Conclusion (Chorus): 6/10 – As something seen from other K-Pop songs, the chorus is recycled for this song. That is seemingly concerning considering how the choruses are not too appealing, and in addition, the previous section before the conclusion/final chorus was another chorus.

All of the ladies handle the chorus, and in general, the final chorus flows as any other chorus did. The difference here, however, was two-part singing occurred; a few members sing their own separate lines to add some layers.

Perhaps the two-part singing added enough to create diversity and changes, but the conclusion is not bad at all. In fact, it’s slightly above average. The double choruses towards the end give a final climax along with the key phrase becoming ingrained into listeners. With certain members singing their own lines, the choruses no longer felt as stale. Even if the “I got a boy” phrases were repeated for a total of 12 times, due to the two-part singing, that thought did not occur whatsoever. In terms of the final moment, it was a clean cut. The soundtrack died out completely and the ladies were left standing (no pun intended) with simply finishing one line.

For this section in “I Got A Boy”, slightly above average is the score. I expected a much lower score, but since the two-part singing modified the song in an appropriate and enjoyable way, a decent score is given.

– Line Distribution: 7/10 – With nine members in Girls’ Generation, it will be challenging to have all lines equally shared among the ladies. Nevertheless, they pulled off a solid score if I recall in “Mr. Mr.”. Besides, it is possible to ace a perfect score with nine members; Nine Muses (as the name implies; also one of my favorite groups) has nine members and they manage a very equal share with lines.

On track with Girls’ Generation, for Taeyeon, her lines involved the halves of the first and second verse, and one line during a pre-chorus. No issues exist here.

Jessica had one line during a pre-chorus, two lines at the first verse, and, more generously, lots of spotlight during the bridge. Due to the bridge, it redeems the lack of lines during the other parts.

Sunny had a lengthier moment during the first verse, and in addition, she had the second half of the second verse. One more section to add is her one line during a pre-chorus. Seeing how prominent she was for the verses, she is not lacking in this song.

Tiffany had a plethora of the song’s parts. That or maybe I’m biased towards her and thus, pay more attention. In a serious tone, she appeared during the introduction, she had one transitioning line, and she had a half of the third verse. Sadly, the reality does show that she lacks a few lines, but considering how impactful her introduction was, she left enough of an impression for viewers/listeners. For the most part, no concerns are here, but more could’ve been expected.

Hyoyeon shared the incredible rap with Yoona, so her prescence was definitely felt. Besides having that excellent section, she had one line during a pre-chorus. Considering how her rap had a longer, impacting duration, Hyoyeon had a fair share.

Yuri was, unfortunately, primarily at solely the introduction. Although she did a pleasing part, it would have been desired to see her have other moments. The only other moment she sung was during a quick line at a pre-chorus. Overall, more is expected from her; slightly lacking from this song.

Sooyoung rides in the same boat as Yuri; she took the first half of the introduction, but that was mainly it. Even more homogenous to Yuri, she had one quick line during a pre-chorus. Like Yuri, more lines would have been delightful. Not too impressive in terms of the line distribution for her.

Yoona, the actress of Girls’ Generation (she has been casted in multiple dramas/movies), was, as mentioned earlier, the rapping partner with Hyoyeon. Her part involved the fluid and smooth rap, and one line during a pre-chorus. There are no issues with her share; she had an amazing rap moment.

Last, but definitely not least, Seohyun, the sweet maknae (youngest person) of Girls’ Generation, had numerous lines. She was given a lengthier moment during the first verse and second verse, and she supports Jessica during the bridge. Thanks to a longer time frame at her sections, she had a nice bit of the song. No problems.

One thing to account for is all the ladies sing/chant during the pre-choruses and choruses. This does alleviate some sharing problems, but not by too much.

Peering at everything, a 7 will hold as the score. Yuri and Sooyoung were the only ones bereft of singing time, but adding on the factors of how their introductions were powerful and lengthy, it slightly redeems them. Furthermore, with all the ladies singing during certain sections, that also helps by a minimal margin. Above average for Line Distribution; while some members lack some spotlight, for the majority of the song, it remains diverse enough with different members singing.

– Instrumental: 4/10 – Perhaps the disorganized structure stems from the instrumental. Throughout the song, there were multiple, random shifts occurring all over the place in terms of the soundtrack. It would change from heavy and slower paced beats, to a vastly faster, electronic based instrumental. The opposite also occurred; electronic sounds to the heavy beats. Since the transitions were very abrupt and seemingly random, that will impair the score. This created a lot of incohesive, confusing moments.

Looking at the soundtrack individually, it remains quite mediocre. The instrumental was either somewhat obnoxious with electronic sounds, or it was a plain beat. When it comes to meshing with vocals, surprisingly, it works well. Vocals are often time backed up by the instrumental; the energy from both parties feed off one another. The choruses were filled with a chanting style of singing, and the electronic sounds there blended in smoothly with that. Other moments, especially during the rap, also benefitted. Yoona and Hyoyeon’s rap was augmented due to a soundtrack that reflected their rapping speed.

Overall, slightly below average. The sudden swaps between the two types of instrumental (heavy beats or electronic) ruins the score. Too many disorganized moments were the results of the random transitions. Individually, the soundtrack remains quite stale. Neither “versions” of the instrumental were stunning. If it wasn’t for how well the vocals and instrumental mixed, this would be a lower score. Thankfully, the rapping moment, choruses, and more give the score a slight boost.

– Meaning: 6/10 – “I Got A Boy” would seem to be a title related to love. I am expecting a story where a lady is bragging about her partner, or perhaps, a story where she is expressing how she captivated her lover. Through these translated Korean-to-English lyrics, let’s find out the story. Not 100% accurate:

Ayo! Sooyoung! Yeah yeah, are you ready for this?
Uh-muh, look at her, look
What happened to her that she cut her hair? Huh?
Uh-muh, again look at her, look
From head to toe, her style has changed
Why did she do that? I’m curious to death,
why did she do that? Tell me
Let me introduce myself!
Here comes trouble! Follow after me

Oh oh oh yeah oh, oh oh yeah oh,
you really are something else

Who is she? Ridiculous
Do you know you’re too self-assertive?
She thinks I’m average
Yeah, I guess she really liked him
No way! No way!
She became so pretty and sexy,
it’s because of him, right?
I almost asked her
what her new makeup was
Truthfully, I’ve seen it for the first time
The deep eyes, like a scarred beast
I was dizzy by just talking to him
You really are something else
You really are something else

Oh oh oh yeah oh, oh oh yeah oh,
You really are something else
Oh oh oh yeah oh, oh oh yeah oh,
You really are something else

Ayo! Stop! Let me put it down another way

I got a boy, a handsome one, I got a boy, a kind one
I got a boy handsome boy, who took all my heart
I got a boy, a handsome one, I got a boy, a kind one
I got a boy awesome boy, I must have really fallen for him

Ah, my prince
When are you gonna come save me?
Like a white dream
Will you lift me in your arms and fly?

I’m like, surprised, mental collapse
He wants to see my face without makeup.
I really like him,
would it be okay to show it to him?
Oh! Never! Right? Right?
Let’s keep what needs to be kept right, right
Until you take all of his heart
Don’t ever forget this

Oh oh oh yeah oh, oh oh yeah oh
Even if I stay up all night, it’s not enough, everything everything
Oh oh oh yeah oh, oh oh yeah oh
Our biggest interest, everything everything

Listen to me, you all know him, right?
He’s a bit young but he’s full inside
Sometimes he is as reliable as an oppa
but when he acts charming, he is so cute

Oh oh oh yeah oh, oh oh yeah oh,
you’re crazy, crazy
Oh oh oh yeah oh, oh oh yeah oh,
you’re crazy, crazy

Always next to me, it’s you, who’s on my side
and listens to me, you- you-
I’m happy as it is right now,
‘cause everything will work

I got a boy, a handsome one, I got a boy, a kind one
I got a boy handsome boy, who took all my heart
I got a boy, a handsome one, I got a boy, a kind one
I got a boy awesome boy, I must have really fallen for him

I got a boy, a handsome one, I got a boy, a kind one
I got a boy handsome boy, who took all my heart
I got a boy, a handsome one, I got a boy, a kind one
I got a boy awesome boy, I must have really fallen for him

I got a boy, a handsome one

Firstly, I am using the lyrics from the live performance, so if these lyrics differ from the original audio (which it should), then that is why. Also, I am hoping this format will paste into the blog a lot smoother. Edit: Using Notepad to type in the lyrics and formatting in there seems to be the most efficient method.

On topic, the lyrics reveal a story that is somewhat confusing. The format differs from other songs. At the start, it appears to be a dialogue in some sense. Moving past that, in a quick summary, people are noticing how a lady looks quite different. She became “sexy” and “pretty” due to, according to assumptions, wanting to impress a love-interest. Continuing, eventually the assumptions do hold as true; this lady found a lovely boy whom she is in love with.

Glancing at some details, there are some sweeter and slightly jocular lines. For example, the part with how the boy may be young and cute but still remains just as reliable as an older person (oppa: literally translated as “older brother”; used by females when referring to an older male). There are some other interesting points as well.

Overall, in terms of grading the story/significance, it comes off as slightly above average. Different details are appreciated, but the story itself does not hold as exceptionally intriguing. Personally, I enjoy the overarching idea of (and goodness forbid I get called a “woman-loving feminist” again) how ladies should be able to proudly say “[they] got a boy, a handsome one…a kind one…” and such. Ladies and men all deserve a partner that they genuinely love. A relationship for the pure sake of having that entitlement is ridiculous and outrageous.  

Since there is a current trend of me nitpicking at lyrics, I will now discuss some points that I find questionable or worth mentioning in detail. As always, this critiquing here will not affect the score. Rather, I simply wish to discuss certain details. Back on the subject, something that is mentioned right off at the start is how the story’s main character changed her appearance in order to infatuate her love-interest. To be quite frank, I do not hold a solid position/stance, but overall, a lady or man should be able to dress how they desire to without the fear of acceptance or rejection. If a female wishes to dress to impress a love-interest, then by all means that should be accepted without any hassles or assumptions. On the other hand, should she wish to change her style “head-to-toe” for the purpose of pleasing herself, then that should also be fully accepted and no assumptions should ever be made that she is only dressing to attract people/a love-interest. These ideas also applies to males equally.

The final takeaway message is a small reminder to dress how you wish to dress. Changing your style completely should not warrant the automatic idea of trying to attract a lover. Sometimes, a female or male wishes to dress well for themselves, not for others. Even if the case is true where dressing to impress happens, no issues should be given there, either.

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Choreography Score: 8/10 – Digressing for a moment, I can certainly see why fans were in love with this concept; the style is quite chic and captivating. In specific, Yuri’s clothing set appealed a lot to me. Props towards her stylist; he/she did an excellent job. I can definitely learn multiple things from Girls’ Generation’s style (assuming I had stylish clothes to begin with; but alas, fashion is not one of my priorities in life yet).

Focusing on the actual subject, the choreography for “I Got A Boy” stands as solid. Syncing with the music proved to be consistent. Every maneuver was linked to either the pacing, the beats, or a mixture of the two. Transitions in this song were very fluid. Despite how the song itself had rougher transitions due to the instrumental, the dance flowed from one set to the other seamlessly. When it comes to the key points, seeing multiple, different setups was pleasant. Repetitive dancing only occurred at the choruses.

“I Got A Boy” will earn a solid score here. Every aspect of this dance is strong, but nothing pushes it as extraordinary. Nevertheless, this was an enjoyable choreography. The dance uplifts the fun mood of the song while showing off power and coordination.  

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Overall Score: 7/10 (7/10 raw score) – In the end, Girls’ Generation’s “I Got A Boy” finishes with a decent score of 7/10. That translates as an overall above average song. I personally think it’s slightly above average (6/10), but considering how the choreography was solid and that the introduction and rapping sections were quite remarkable, this score is acceptable. The song itself is weaker due to the poorer instrumental which impaired both the organization and the song sections’ capabilities.

For this review, I was extremely delayed. I believe I started this review 5 days ago, but I’ve only finished it now. Instead of filling my free time with writing reviews, I’ve guiltily spent it on either watching videos or playing a few games. I’m finishing up the bonus episode/last episode of “The TaeTiSeo”, so that has drained some time. Also, I spent an hour watching TaeTiSeo on “Hello Counselor”. Anyhow, I should hopefully be back on track. Forcing myself to do a bit of a review everyday has been helpful, so I will positively resume that old regime. I may be a bit slower for the time being, however, considering I have plenty of schoolwork and scholarships to apply for.

As always, thank you very much for reading this. Apologies for delays, but hopefully this review redeems that slightly. Thanks for all the support, it means a lot and I sincerely appreciate your time reading this blog.

If anyone is curious on my next review, I am making an abrupt turn and swapping over a recent comeback: Hello Venus’ “Sticky Sticky”. VIXX’s “Error” will be reviewed at a later time. Anyhow, in terms of Hello Venus’ comeback, I have a plethora of things to say. Their concept has completely flipped to a sheer opposite. That will be interesting to digest. That also reminds me, AOA will be making a comeback soon as well, and I think it’s about time I gave my opinion on their songs/dances. As of now, expect “Sticky Sticky” by the freshly reformed group of Hello Venus as the next review. I won’t share my own opinion on that song here, but on a different note, I am glad their group did not disband after they lost two valuable members.

I have said enough. In summary, I am on a busy schedule but I will attempt to get out a review on Hello Venus’ new song as soon as possible. Other than that, look forward to more reviews. Thank you once again for reading. “Always next to me, it’s you, who’s on my side”, so thanks and check back in a few days for the review of Hello Venus.