Nice, I'll have to check that out when I get Netflix again. The US community is always complaining about it, but it is harder to find much in the way of deeper discussion of it in English.
Meanwhile, there is a LOT going on.
IU ended up dominating the charts. She achieved the "PERFECT ALL KILL." I love it when it happens because I just imagine the Quake announcer saying it. Even now, days later, she is occupying spots #1, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 on the charts. Most people just get their one hit song up there, but IUs entire album just crushes it.
Who is it that #2 spot? It's HYUKOH! I have heard of them, but never bothered listening before. What sucks is that their entire album is on Spotify, except for the track TOMBOY, which happens to be that song occupying the #2 spot. Here it is on YouTube as well as their other big new song, Wanli.
K.A.R.D. is also back! Technically, according to KPop terms, they haven't even "debuted" yet. This is their third song. The music video has a vertical aspect ration because it is also a commercial for an LG phone. I'm still not sure if these kids are popular in Korea, but they are a huge hit in the international community. They are already doing a tiny tour in the US. Not New York, though.
Lastly, my fav Hong Jin Young composed this cute little EDM song named RingRing and got one of my fav comedians, Kim YoungChul, to sing it. It's just a short cute funny song. Not a big deal. But it has two of my favs and brings back a bit of the fun that KPop has been lacking lately.
Edit: On Spotify the album for RingRing has a version of the track where Hong Jin Young sing it as well. yay.