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TheKpopEnglishProject (@KpopEnglishProj) / Twitter

@KpopEnglishProj. THE KPOP ENGLISH PROJECT: fixing busted English lyrics in K-pop, one song at a time. (Warning: long threads ahead). Joined October 2021.

UniVerse PH | BTS V (@UNIVERSE1230) / Twitter

Lots of KPOP new songs & don’t know what to say or do! … #BTSARMY here’s some guide for BBHTS translated in English and Tagalog For the #BTS_Proof …

Alternate Universe Phenomenon on Twitter – CXO Media

Alternate Universe Phenomenon on Twitter

02.02.2022 — Alternate Universe or AU is a fiction story written by fans with their favorite artist as the main character with different backgrounds-not them …

Alternate Universe Phenomenon on Twitter

KpopStarz – #News UNIVERSE Makes History With 10 … – Facebook

The hit K-pop fan interaction platform, UNIVERSE, has crossed the 10 million download mark four years since it was launched across 134 countries.

K-pop’s fandom platforms are changing what it means to be an …

K-pop’s fandom platforms are changing what it means to be an idol – The Verge

31.07.2021 — … platforms like LYSN, Weverse, and Universe, which serve as self-contained versions of Facebook or Twitter entirely for K-pop fans.

Korea’s fancafes have given rise to new social platforms like LYSN, Weverse, and Universe, which serve as self-contained versions of Facebook or Twitter entirely for K-pop fans.

The History of K-Pop Fandoms’ Twitter AUs and Roots in …

STARS – Electronic Literature Organization Conference 2020: “Quote Tweet, Don’t Reply!”: The History of K-Pop Fandoms’ Twitter AUs and Roots in Interactive Storytelling

von L Rouse · 2020 · Zitiert von: 1 — This paper analyzes the rise of the twitter fic in K-pop twitter fandoms and … twitter fics are social media (socmed) alternative universe (AU) fics that …

K-pop has become increasingly mainstream within Western media and in an analysis done by music data analytics company, Next Big Sound, found that K-pop fans are some of the most active users on twitter. In 2018, Next Big Sound, who measures popularity through the amount of interactions that fans have with a member’s twitter account, “saw over 24 million [interactions with Exo], more than 14,000 times what’s expected. [Exo is] followed closely by BTS, who have a Twitter audience that’s about five times the size of Exo’s. Over the past two months, BTS saw over 36 million mentions […]” (Blake). The size of the fandom on twitter, coupled with a need for a slash platform after new NSFW regulations on tumblr, has led to an increase of twitter fics and social media AUs in the K-pop fandoms, which have opened new avenues for interactive fiction and social communities on the website. This paper analyzes the rise of the twitter fic in K-pop twitter fandoms and develops a scholarly discussion about these fics. Like its predecessor the text fic, twitter fics are social media (socmed) alternative universe (AU) fics that imagine a conversation (through direct messages, “at’s,” replies, subtweets, and quote tweeting) between a pairing, most often a slash pairing in the K-pop fandom. Chatfic began as AUs where two characters may use chatrooms to talk to one another, and often spawned into role-playing situations where fans would become the characters. These AUs allowed for fans to interact with the genre of fanfiction in a new way, and as socmed AUs often include fake text message screen shots or fan made manips, develop online literacy skills (McWilliams et al.; Lammers; Black, “Access and Affiliation”; Black, “Fanfiction Writing”). Fans further built their skills in telling serialized narratives and interactive storytelling, which led to the modern conception of socmed AUs. Further analyzing the interactive storytelling used in socmed AU pieces, this paper builds off of work done by Booth and Glassner, who have studied the roles of interactive storytelling in the fandom communities. This paper furthers their arguments by looking at the role of twitter polls in the decisions of determining where a fic goes. A popular BTS socmed AU, Outcast, used the function of polls to determine what would happen next to the band members, similar to the ways that a quest functions in interactive storytelling (Glassner; Booth). These socmed AUs, like

Universe officially ends service, thanking users for the past 2 …

Universe officially ends service, thanking users for the past 2 years | allkpop

vor 4 Tagen — Are you sad to see Universe ending its service? Share this article. Facebook. Twitter …

The Universe app has officially ended its service as of February 17 KST.The app released the following statement in light of the end of its service, r…

I spent a day in the K-pop UNIVERSE so you don’t have to

29.01.2021 — The new fan community app has some good points, but a lot of flaws … UNIVERSE being a Korean app featuring Korean artists, you expect the …

The launch of new fan community app UNIVERSE promised interaction with K-pop idols, but does it deliver what fans want?

A guide to K-pop fan apps – Mashable

How K-pop apps like WeVerse, Universe, Lysn, and Bubble work | Mashable

28.08.2022 — Everything you need to know about WeVerse, Universe, Lysn, Bubble, … with K-pop artists’ frequent updates to Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, …

We broke down the main features, pricing, and pros and cons of K-pop apps WeVerse, Universe, Lysn, Bubble, Phoning, and Fab.

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