Can we get some facts straight? In the 1st Quarter 2008, when TVXQ’s fanclub, Cassiopeia got into the Guinness Book of World Records for having 800,000 members, that 800,000+ fans were the registered fans from SOUTH KOREA ALONE.
That count is taken from their DAUM FANCAFE, which…
Anonymous asked: even if EXO-L becomes bigger than cassiopeia its no big deal because for cassiopeia it was paid membership and only in korea and yet we broke the world record and had 900k join, but for EXO-L it's free and open internationally c: don't mind them its like comparing tin to gold
I know… tin to gold… you are right. I know you are right but I still feel itching irritation lol. anyways thank you for this. I didn’t know EXO-L thing was free and open internationally, no wonder they will definitely have a lot of members. ;-_- whatever…
-Why is Wrong Number my favorite Korean ‘pop’ dance song? there are some DB5K songs I don’t consider Korean ‘pop’ dance songs
First off the choreography. It’s really only moderately difficult compared to some other songs but there is a lot of attention to the detail flow of the movements that take place in this dance.
The slower speed of the song allows everyone to dance it in their own style and allows the camera to get a good look at DB5Ks amazing performance expressions that a lot of other bands lack.
This song is a very good example of how DB5K make it look easy to keep the choreo and the vocals very smooth and stable while adding their own twists to their vocals during live performances that show their control and professionalism over their whole performance.
Another reason I love this song is because the difficulty standards of the vocals.
Compared to Mirotic in Wrong Number the vocals are more difficult for other artists to cover. Mirotic has Changmins difficult scream and parts that are sort of like solo free-style but they are all separate and so one person (a groups best singer) can take on all the difficult parts when they do a cover. all Kpop bands should have at least one good singer that can do it not as good as DB5K can but with Wrong Number you can see that all the DB5K boys can sing their individual parts with the correct attitude and infliction but also all five of them have more difficult singing parts that mediocre singers could not handle:
Changmin has 1:45, 3:05
Yunho and Junsu have 1:56
Changmin Junsu and Jaejoong simultaneously scream at 2:45 (meaning even if another group wanted to sing this song they should have at least 3 people who can sing high notes well and not just 1 good singer)
Yoochun also has a good part around 3:01 and during the end but he does it all while dancing.
and to duplicate DB5Ks version of the song there must be at least 2 rappers in the group.
So what i’m saying is to cover this song with only 5 people in your group would be very difficult for other boybands to handle. The vocal load and the dancing combined is difficult. Even if you’re just singing it and not dancing it a lot of groups don’t have the capabilities while DB5K make it look so easy to perform.