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Aspiring Kpop Singer Michelle Lee will not win because of her race?? Blasian Problems

Hey, all. So I'm sure there are a lot of fellow kpop fans out there. I recently read this article about Michelle Lee who is half black/half Korean. She is on a singing contest in Korea and is doing well but people are critical of her because of her appearance/ethnicity. Sad but true? What do you think? It honestly makes me a little sad for not only Michelle, but for the many of us that wish to travel to Korea. Apparently, South Korea are still having some issues with race. Here is a link to the article. Its a little lengthy but totally worth the read.

And may I just say that I hope that she wins because she is extremely talented and deserves it just as much as the other contestants. I also hope that YG takes her under their wing. (Just because I am biased towards them hehe^^)

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That's messed up considering that there is Kpop grouped called "CHOCALAT" where of the members are,3 out 5, half white and half korean. And people drool over those 3 mixed girls. It's because she is black and looks different. This is so not fair, but its life I guess. But ti doesn't have to be this way.


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