I have been a member of Asianfanfics since 5 January, 2014. It took me year to register. There was some technical glitch in their site, you see. All that time I only read without logging in.
I was in eighth grade, when I got addicted to it. I realized that K-POP fanfiction is serious business. In fact, some people will offer money to get a fanfiction story written for them.
Plus, if you are too active, you earn “karma points”.
Some authors are now published. It’s quite cool and some stories can be turned into movies.
But, you have to be regular in updating your story. I update my story every Thursday. I jot down notes and type the story out. I don’t really like straight fanfiction. I write gay ones.
You know you’re really addicted to fanfiction, when you run out fanfiction to read under a particular tag.
I have two completed stories. One of them is a one-shot, and the other is chaptered. Plus, I have an on-going story.
I love writing K-POP fanfiction. You already know who your characters are. No matter how you write, your subscribers appreciate it. Also, it’s easy to understand. I have noticed that K-POP fanfiction authors are pretty dedicated to their fanfiction. It’s way more vast than just One Direction Fanfiction or 5SOS fanfiction.
Anyways, I just started my Tumblr blog. My username is eternalmaknaegirl. Tumblr is pretty cool. It’s infested with GIFs, but it’s awesome.
Last year, in December, my friend told me about how many ulzzangs (extremely good-looking people) can kpop lookalikes can be stalked online. She told me about a half- Japanese half-Filipino guy who looked like Kiseop of U-Kiss. I guess, he’s famous, so I can use his name-Koji Takahashi.
I discovered many things about lookalikes and how “extremely beautiful” they are. My friend liked Koji. The whole thing spread like a wildfire. I got to know his friend, and a few other lookalikes. Miji, the T-ARA Boram lookalike, made a major impression on me and we share the same birthday, despite that she is four years older than me. I even got to know more about a guy who turned out to be a lookalike of EXO’s Chen (not gonna say much about him). I became friends with their friends. All of them are Filipino. I can understand Tagalog so befriending them is easy. I became friends with a butt-load of dance cover artistes and ulzzangs. I sat in India but got all the kpop event news happening in Phillipines! XDD I learnt about kpop lookalikes and ulzzangs.
Now, let me move to the real deal- ulzzangs as a whole. I got to know about many Korean, Filipino and Malaysian ulzzangs through Tumblr and Facebook. They model and are good-looking and the create the waterworks and “selca/selfie-bombs” online because they know they are good-looking and are worth looking at. I remember chatting with Miji. I know she is pretty and totally admire her for her looks and did tell her that she’s pretty but she kept denying it and it kept me thinking, “You are an ulzzang. You were sent on the face of Earth to look awesome, young lady!!” These people, ulzzangs, know that they are pretty and worth falling for but they try to show how humble and modest they are and we know that they are lying. I accidentally sent a picture of mine. She said that I looked ulzzang. I was like, “This is the second biggest lie you told me, girl! I am not an ulzzang! Haven’t you seen me?! Are you blind?!” I don’t underestimate myself but I know how I look. If you have seen me in person, you know I’m not ulzzang.
Well, ulzzangs come in a variety of packages. I have met the sugarcoated ones, the awesome ones, the bipolar ones and the insecure ones. I even liked a kpop lookalike (Chen lookalike), he started dating another lookalike (WTH!). I was quite okay with it but I haven’t heard about the couple for a while.
People think it’s good to be a lookalike of a good-looking celebrity but I think it’s stupid because what’s so good about looking exactly like that person? You are treated like a clone. For example, a Kpopper might say, “I want to date this kpop lookalike because he looks like my bias.” Some of the lookalikes even imitate the idol they look like. I guess, one is ulzzang when he or she is original and doesn’t look identical to a famous and good-looking person.
So, yesterday, the grand finale of the KPOP World Festival India Qualification was held. The auditorium was “super far away” from my house. So, I became “super late.” It was a do-or-die situation for me. I had to meet N.Sonic no matter what but I couldn’t enter. I tried and tried. I started throwing tantrums. My friends came to my help and provided passes. The security guard opened the gate no. 4 for some volunteer and I pushed the security guard and got in! We ran to the auditorium hall. It was great! We screamed like crazy fangirls on the top of our lungs! That’s how I became an outlaw!
After the show, a fanmeet event for N.Sonic was held. My friends and I tore the crowd to get in. I could only see their heads! Then, we tore the crowd of crazy fans from the other side but that turned out to be a bad decision. There was a fangirl standing near me. She seemed to be from the North East and behind her was a North Indian fanboy. She suddenly screamed “How dare you touch my butt?!” She beat up the fanboy! I looked at the girl with a feeling of inspiration and felt like helping her but I had no time.
We only got crushed. A girl pulled my hair! And I got hit near the LED T.V in the lobby. The security guards tried their best ton the got crushed and everyone threw the barricades and then I saw Minki. I didn’t say. I couldn’t because the crew members didn’t let me. But that’s the closest I ever got to an Idol! Fanmeets can be so dangerous!