This is Jay Park’s long-awaited Roc Nation Debut EP and I have to say it’s better than I thought it would be. I’m actually surprised I like every song on this EP which isn’t something that happens often enough with albums I listen to. Jay Park really brought his A+++ game with this project from the beats to the features this EP is a great way to introduce new people to Jay Park and expand his fan base further.
When F(X) officially debut back 2009, I fucked wit them. As time passed, and the way the K-Pop industry works, with the influx of boy and girl bands that would follow. F(X) sort of faded into the background.
2016 has come to a close. I decided that I would try something a little different or rather something I haven’t done in a while. I complied a list of my favorite South Korean Pop songs of the year. In no specific order.
So let’s begin…