Just had about a 2 hour session of YouTubing K-Pop acts when the thought occurred to me that I should try giving K-Rock a try. Now the thought of Korean music outside of K-Pop has come into my mind numerous times but I've never actually done the research (nor could I be bothered to). I did, however, have one song given to me by Eddie that wasn't full of beats and such and that song raised my awareness that there may be something outside of choreographed dancing. So, as I said before, I typed in "k rock" and I first got a video of an artist named Seo Taiji. His stuff is pretty good; very similar to Korn (looks similiar too). Then I came across another band, Jaurim. Their song You and Me is just lovely.
I'm making a big deal out of this because it's always fun to find out something new and exciting. :D
Guess I'll be listening to more Korean music now...just not the popular kind. Not for everyone of course and I probably wouldn't wanna recommend this stuff to anyone (especially Vassline). Thank you K-Rock for giving me something to love again. T_______T
Now off I go to find more Korean underground acts. :D
EDIT: Why hasn't anyone actually informed me of this? Like some of the bands I've just seen gone and YouTubed even more are kinda on the emo sound (really hated to use that word there to describe but yeah...)