Being a new K-Pop fan can be tough sometimes as there are just so many contents to catch up and things to know. If you have just started your journey as a K-Pop fan, we would first of all welcome you into the community.
Today we will be going through some of the different mobile apps that you should have when you are fangirling/boying.
Most of the time, K-Pop idols interact the most with their fans on Twitter as they tend to upload selfies and even short clips.
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— AB6IX_MEMBERS (@AB6IX_MEMBERS) April 6, 2020
In addition, many information about your favorite K-Pop groups can be found on the platform. Needless to say, entertainment agencies make use of Twitter to make special announcement too.
Aside from uploading photos which show off the personality of the K-Pop idol, some of them make use of the platform to hold live sessions too.
Many K-Pop idols also make use of the platform to show off their fashion and of course, photography skills too.
Facebook is used these days mainly for promotional purpose of the K-Pop groups. Official photos from various events and even photoshoots can be found mainly in the album section of the Facebook page.
If you want to look back and find a particular official photo, Facebook might just be the platform for you to do so.
V-Live is a must to have on your phone as you never know when your favorite K-Pop group is going to hold V-Live session.
Imagine the surprise when the notification appears on your phone!
#5 Daum Cafe
Daum Cafe is a rather interesting place to explore once you get used to the various rooms available. You can also make friends, write letters to your favorite K-Pop group member and even read the letters they have exclusively written for you.
Some times during a comeback period, entertainment companies would also hold special events through Daum Cafe and give out signed polaroid to those who participate in them.
One of the free music apps out there where artists can upload their music covers and original music is none other than Soundcloud.
Many K-Pop idols release their mixtape or even song covers on the platform. Sometimes, idols might also surprise fans by suddenly releasing a song!