The Journey of a Cassie Part Two – The List
Hello, lovers and friends. Yes, I’m back again to regale you all with my new found obsession –thanks a lot, Julz (cue stank eye). In any event, I won’t bore you with meaningless ramble. Let’s jump right into it.
This time around the Ferris wheel, I’m going to be doing something a bit special and, admittedly, a bit ambitious on my part. Seeing as 26 December is the eighth anniversary of DBSK’s debut to the world — I didn’t realise this until I saw literally dozens of fanmade teasers and tribute videos — I want to give people an idea of where I am in this madness, not that many will care, but for the select few with a passing interest in Kpop, it may give you an excuse to, at the very least, check them out.
As much as I’m against Peking orders regarding group acts, especially when each member is a crucial part of a very substantial whole, I’m going to put any real fangirl bias aside and break it down to musical science — or at least my version therein. Yes, yes. I’m actually going to put the members of DBSK in ascending order from my least to most favourite.
Part of me feels a bit bad doing this, but I have to find a way to rationalise my madness and take it from crazed obsession to reasonable adoration.
Truth be told, there was a bit of a mental tussle for me as regards the bottom two and the top three. Seeing as I’ve already split the five members into respective clumps, one can clearly see that not all bias can be bypassed in lieu of absolute equality. So, let’s just get it out in the open. I tend to favour JYJ over HoMin; however, again that’s another blog for another time.