Exactly. There's no such thing as artistry in Korea, just factory made products. I don't know why anyone thinks that'll sell in America, when they've already got the language barrier. America's moving away from that club talentless image, very slowly, but it's starting to die. Kpop missed its chance to break though tbh.
Yeah guess that is to be expected, not necessarily about the classes. People are leaving their homes and taking care of themselves. And I believe my brother was pretty upset as the time slowly came. But from the phone, he seems to be doing alright, so I don't have to worry. I'm sure he'll enjoy life there later on. =]
Well, my brother left for college this morning with my dad. At first, I was a little worried, cause he hasn't been in much of a good mood for a few days. He just called from a hotel and seemed alright. So I think he's fine for now, but anything can happen on his first few days. How did you feel in the beginning of your first year?
D: this sounds horrid! Actually, I don't eat fish much and let me tell you; fish isn't THAT tasty. Sometimes it tastes gross. So thankfully you're not missing much; my grampa is allergic to chocolate and if he has a little bit, he would get a heart attack.
I don't think there's an official article that's been released about it. If you looked at the ratings it got though, then you see the reason why which I trust you can search up. Poor ratings means there's only a small amount of revenue from advertisers meaning cancellation. Cartoon Network really doesn't cancel things unless if they bring in money (Example: Bakugan).