Monday Update | “Descendants of the Sun” 3 Episode Special + Netz vs. Red Velvet “One of these Nights” Choreography + “BAD RAP” Film on Asian-American Rappers

Alright this post is definitely coming a lot later in the day than I wanted to post so let’s just get straight to it! It’ll be kinda short today.

The team involved with “Descendants of the Sun” wants everyone to know, the show isn’t over just yet! While it is coming to an end, there will be a 3 episode special to end the show properly.

Airing April 20 and April 21 at 10 p.m. KST will be specials recapping the show’s best lines and scenes, and on April 22 at 9:25 p.m. KST will be a “Descendants of the Sun epilogue” episode showing the entire production process and behind-the-scenes clips of the drama.

(source: soompi)

Being that this is probably one of the most expensive shows to be produced in a while, I think the send off is perfect.


My favorite story of the day was this one I ran across on The 2016 Tribeca Film Festival just got a lot more interesting with the film “BAD RAP”. It’s a documentary that highlights Asian-American rappers in the hip-hop industry and their struggles and successes as they make a name for themselves on the American hip-hop scene.

“BAD RAP follows the lives and careers of four Asian-American rappers trying to break into a world that often treats them as outsiders,” Tribeca Film Festival said in a press release. “Sharing dynamic live performance footage and revealing interviews, these artists make the most skeptical critics into believers.” Representing the east and west coasts, the 81-minute documentary will feature rappers Dumbfoundead, Awkwafina, Rekstizzy and Lyricks as they show the successful moments and struggles they face as a minority in the game.”

(source: kpopstarz)

Well, just so it’s out there, I can’t wait to see this! And hopefully it’ll be available on HBO or something so I can.

Red Velvet ran into a bit of drama with fans as they began to dissect the choreography for their ballad, “One of these Nights”. Apparently, they have come to a agreement that Irene’s solo dance is plagiarized. So where did it come from?

Apparently, Detective Conan? Needless to say, I doubt this claim of plagiarism is not exactly a serious argument.

I don’t see it but I guess it makes sense to them. Check out the comparison below.



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