Here I am again at another milestone which I thought I would have NEVER EVER EVER in my life on Tumblr ever reach. I mean, are you kidding me? 3000+ followers? I was speechless the day I reached 3k followers and I celebrated by myself quietly. I was planning to make a follow forever since I have reached 3000, however school was in the way and so were important things like exams and competitions so I had to place Tumblr aside for a long time. Honestly, this scares me. What the truth of my blog is: this is my SECOND time remaking “taejumma” and I remade this blog on April 2013. And here I am, April 2014, with an unthinkable follower count, amazing and beautiful yet creative friends, and many other talented editors and graphic makers on Tumblr. All of you guys make my Tumblr experience better and better by each second, minute, hour, day, week, month, and finally, year. I am extremely happy that I have found this website and that I have learnt so many things and have gained so many friends and that I have spent a lot of my time on here, smiling and laughing my butt off. Like in the photoset above, I said I’m not good with words, but I hope you guys understand how I feel. A lot of you guys change your URLs and I lose contact or stop talking to you, but I still have you guys in my heart. A lot of you don’t talk to me, but I’m still glad to have you as a follower and to have you on my dashboard. And to those who do talk to me, I’m overwhelmed that you guys have decided to become friends with a dork and a loser like me. Lastly, thank you so much for everything, Tumblr.
With the recent influx of sexy concept within the K-pop industry, many K-pop fans have more or less involuntarily slipped into the concept of slut- and body-shaming. This post is not trying to point at any of the people who said negative things - but much rather a reminder that statements like those are absolutely not okay. It’s an appeal to you not to think like maybe your bias does. Everyone makes mistakes, we learn with time. But next time you see a girl group dancing in revealing clothes or a picture of a female idol who put on some weight, think twice before you post a comment. Misogyny is a very real thing in K-pop, so don’t be a part of it!