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  • Oh my word, is this K-Pop?

  • K-Pop in the house

  • All right!

  • Yep, K-Pop

  • This is like the first K-Pop video I've seen

  • (laughter)

  • What the hell is this?

  • I feel like-, I'm having inappropriate thoughts right now

  • Are they all in the band? Let's count the members

  • They're so good at dancing

  • I'm suddenly attracted to Dragon Ball Z also (laughter)

  • Superpowers!

  • Woah, there's like 15 of them

  • (laughter) They're multiplying

  • I'm like trying to keep up

  • Wow that was fierce

  • This is all right!

  • Do they not eat? (laughter) They all have, like, perfect bodies

  • I can do it!

  • I can say this 'cause I'm Asian, but I can't tell how many of them there are

  • Oh my god I loved that! That was phenomenal

  • Oooh...

  • Oh wow

  • Oh my- (laughter)

  • Woah (laughter) Amazing, amazing

  • (laughter) What?

  • What?!

  • Mermaid sushi

  • I'd try it

  • What? Are they, like, fish for sale?

  • I was like, "I'm on board!" I'm not

  • This is why I'd make a normal music video, there's so many of them

  • (laughter)

  • They're speaking Hindi

  • I'm not sure if that what women want to go for

  • Aww

  • Emotional

  • There's three of them, there's three of us

  • Uhh.. coincidence?

  • What? (laughter) What was that?

  • (laughter) I don't even know if it's funny, it's just so intense

  • I'm so into this (laughter)

  • I wonder if he actually talks like that

  • Oh they could be playing this in Atlantic City easy, this is fist bump worthy right now

  • Wooooah!

  • Woooah thats's cool

  • Sick! (laughter)

  • It's like the centipede, you remember that movie? (laughter) The Human Centipede

  • Phil: They're becoming a human transformer Dan: That's okay

  • No, Shinee are better at dancing though

  • Phil: asdfghjkl; Dan: Nononono I've seen better, I've seen better

  • They have really high- pitched voices

  • The dancing's cool, and, like, the effects are really cool

  • Those weird arm glove things- I kinda want 'em

  • Ooh I love that!

  • What's happening? They're in milk

  • So sick

  • This is the most amazing music video I've ever seen in my life!

  • Greenish honey suits back like Biggie and Puff Daddy ((?))

  • They died!

  • Why is this not my alarm clock tune every single morning? I'm so confused

  • Did they apparate, or...? Is that what happens? (laughter) They're wizards

  • (So, we just showed you three different K-Pop artists, what are your thoughts about K-Pop overall?)

  • The only thing I really know about K-Pop is Psy

  • I was kinda watching that like...

  • ...this exists?!

  • I don't really get it, like, it's... it's... oh I'm probably gonna get a lot of hate for that

  • Oh no, what have I done? (laughter)

  • I love K-Pop personally, I got into K-Pop in like 2012/ 2013

  • I live with Dan and I just listen to K-Pop through the walls a lot... um, but I appreciate it!

  • I think people just want to have fun, and when you see something visually stimulating

  • that looks cool and is entertaining, its kind of like-, it transcends language

  • Recently I've been watching more K-Pop just because it's better than what they produce in America

  • To see that they're putting the same amount of time and effort

  • in their dance craft and their music videos and their singing

  • makes it kind of unstoppable and I feel like us Americans lost that

  • (So let's talk about each group; the first music video was a group called Exo- here they are)

  • The group are like 15

  • Guys... are they all guys?

  • 12? Oh my gosh... very androgynous

  • There's one for every single month, so you're bound to like one that comes up

  • They look like a Korean version of O2L

  • Haven't they done songs in Chinese as well? They're quite talented

  • There should never be that many people onstage at any given time unless they're doing Bohemian Rhapsody

  • I don't know what you do with, like, seven more Backstreet Boys

  • There's a lot of artists that can sing, but they seem like they can perform

  • They can sing, they can dance, and they do this whole-

  • this really, like, intimate thing into the camera where it got me all in the feels right here

  • (The next group calls themselves Orange Caramel)

  • (laughter) Okay- this one, I don't know what was going on with this one

  • That's some f*cked up sh*t dude

  • they made themselves sushi

  • I haven't eaten, so my stomach's rumbling- I would eat them- (laughter) That sounded weird- okay, okay, don't flag this video

  • So three girls... or is it-, are there other girls that are missing as well (No, no, three girls) All right

  • I'm a fan!

  • Maybe it's like K-Pop way to objectify women because, like, Asians are so into sushi and stuff

  • I think what you're seeing in this video is the result of what feminists have fought for for many years

  • Um, they really wanted a video clip where women were for sale as sushi

  • (Finally is TVXQ)

  • Oh yeah, they're cute

  • Those five could beat up that entire other group

  • Their choreography was really cool

  • This group is the truth!

  • They're like a video game, those guys are stars

  • I thought they were amazing, like, that video, they had the whole, like, flipping arm robot thing

  • moving all over the place- that was-, that was awesome

  • The hand movement and everything, and, like, all of that was made-, blew my mind

  • It wasn't about how great they were as individuals; it was, like, this unit- it was wonderful

  • (TVXQ has been successful for more than 10 years now)

  • Why have I not heard of these people?

  • It's, like, kinda like a K-Pop Coldplay

  • (What are your thoughts about the fact there's these massive stars in other countries that we don't even know about?)

  • Oh, well I'm from YouTube, I know all about that life

  • This makes me feel like the world is a big place

  • I think it would be neat if, like, all the big groups in different countries- their music were actually played everywhere

  • I don't know in their part of the world if our traditional media and our big stars are known there

  • It seems like there's more of that disparity coming from that particular region

  • but even with us as a band it's been tough for us to break some of those markets

  • We just, like went to India and thinking about like a population of a billion- 1.3 billion or something

  • There are, like, celebrities that we've never even heard of, and it blows your mind to realize, like,

  • they're actually more famous than our celebrities are because there's so many people around the world

  • (We always like to ask this when we cover K-Pop- what are your thoughts about how these groups

  • are so manufactured, but it's not considered inauthentic like it is in a lot of places, it's actually embraced there?

  • Really? Wow... interesting

  • That's sad... 'cause I do- I'm a big believer in, like, independent authenticity

  • It kinda limits your free will in a sense

  • It makes sense for a boy band to be created that way because, I mean, what guy is just like

  • "Oh, you know what? Let me call up my five other homies who all look kinda similar to me

  • and have great dance moves and singing voices and we're gonna start a group together!"

  • It's like Lou Pearlman's dream- he wants to, like, go over there- crush

  • There's actually something to counter that is interesting though about artist development, you know

  • like, at least they are caring and, like, really harnessing their talent and helping these kids hone their craft

  • I just think, especially in England, we're just too sarcastic about everything

  • Yeah! There are still a lot of authenticity to each different band that you can really get into

  • without it being, like, a poetic singer- songwriter

  • There's huge mainstream music in America, and then there's also other types of music that, you know, are more indie

  • so I'm curious if the same things happen in Korea- we might only be interested in the mainstream stuff,

  • Greg: but I'd be interested to see if there's small seeds and subcultures Mitch: Like an underground scene

  • It's probably an extreme, but it's an extreme of something that really happens behind the scenes everywhere

  • If you have a model that works and you don't see a decline, why change?

  • (K-Pop isn't going away, it's just getting more and more popular around the world)

  • (what makes it stand out versus pop music from where you're from?)

  • Maybe because people can see it now, and they just couldn't see it before

  • They're attacking all the elements of what an entertainer should be

  • Depending on who you are, the-, the different groups are nice to look at

  • K-Pop is just the basics, really, isn't it?It's something bright, it's something fun

  • It's something that can be manufactured quickly and at a high turnover rate

  • I don't understand what they're saying, so then I just get into the melody of it a lot more

  • I- you've got something there

  • I was watching those videos, and yes they may be musically talented but it's funny to me

  • I'm laughing at the video and that's something I'd show my friend

  • The video has a lot to do with the whole, like, effects and the whole pchew pchew and the camera angles and cha-

  • it's the same reason I used to love Power Rangers (laughter)

  • Thanks for watching YouTubers React!

  • (fiddling with arms)

  • It's like woosh

  • If you like everybody that was a part of this episode, make sure you guys check it out in the description box

  • and click on that stuff and subscribe to eveyone's channel

  • Goodbye!

  • I love K-Pop! I still love it every day! Don't hate me! (laughter)

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    詹舒晴 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日