30 Day Idol Challenge 7 ~Idol Pairings~

10 02 2012

So, day seven of Idol Month/Happy Disco’s 30 Day Idol Challenge is your favorite idol pairing. I’m not quite so what this is meant to be, so I’m going to take it a few different ways for you today.

The first way this can be taken is my favorite two idols that work well together, have complimentary personalities, are charismatic together, always seem to be together during interviews and performances, and generally just compliment each other in their group.

And then, of course, there’s the fangirl way of taking it. OTP. Daydreams of these idols doing obscene things together (or fanfiction) because they’re both SO DAMN HOT together. And because of fanservice. Damn fanservice. I don’t want to over-Kpop you here, so I have both a J-Idol OTP and a K-Idol OTP.

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TOP! Part 9 – J- and K-Idols

26 01 2012

This was requested early last year by qwert.  Sorry it took me this long to get to it.  The ninth installment of my TOP! series (see the page above to learn more about the series) is my top 20 j- and k-idols.  Again, that’s the smallest number I could muster.  I’ll spare you of the honorable mentions, though.  In order to keep the list doable, I kept it to members of idol groups (past and present).  It was also a very hard list, so some of the ones I would have put in here had to be cut.  Also, I only put one member per group to keep the list from being all Super Junior, SHINee, SNSD, or BIG BANG.

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TOP! Part 8 – Hello! Project Singles

20 01 2012

Okay, this was hard.  Really, really hard.  I don’t think I realized what I was getting into when I decided to do this next installation of my TOP! series.  For those of you who are new to my blog, TOP! is my series of countdowns of favorites.  There’s a page in the menu bar with previous TOP! posts.

Today I bring you my personal top 25 Hello! Project singles.  No, really, that was the smallest number I could muster.  There’s just as many honorable mentions.

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