Rated K: Of course, do some decent research before featuring anything K-pop related. Not all of us are gullible enough to believe that 2ne1 is pronounced as 21, that 2PM is the no. 1 male group in Korea (I mean, duh, seriously?) and that Super Junior is not active in Korea anymore. As much as I would like to think that I still lack in terms of knowing the K-pop industry, I was a bit bothered by the facts you’ve shown the viewers: misleading, not to mention a bit “biased” to promote the K-pop groups’ concerts in the Philippines. This is a culturally sensitive matter (since K-pop is Korean and not Filipino culture) so it would’ve been better if you dealt with the topic carefully, considering that Koreans may also be watching your show. (Kung meron nga.)
Kpop fans: Stop hating too much on the show and understand that it’s just a local show (not a Korean show, otherwise baka sang bansa ka naman nakatira), that Korina is not our contemporary (as much as we would like to think). Before hating, I suggest you look at yourself and ask if you’ve ever been to Korea and bathed in the awesomeness of the K-pop world. (or maybe you’ve just been lurking around the Internet, which is not really much of a decent research on K-pop). More than anything, GROW UP and instead of posting hate messages on Tumblr (I doubt it if it would make you feel any better) to while away the time, just laugh it all off. Trust me, it will save your facial muscles from wearing down.
Peace and love and understanding, everyone, and please stop flooding my dashboard with hate posts. It’s ANNOYING.