Who is she?
Please call her Lyn.
She lives in one of the small cities next to Manila in the Philippines.
Birth year: 1995
Content warning: usually posts about food because she finds joy in cooking and eating.
How is she on twitter?
Slow replies (sometimes fails to reply);
Screams about her faves all over the place;
Speaks tagalog a lot;
There could be non kpop tweets coming your way;
Sudden outbursts of emotions and strong language during unexpected episodes. Sorry in advance
Lyn as a stan —
Multistan: the artists, the music, and the stories
Started stanning at the end of 2017
Bias wrecker: Hyunsik
Events: Paradise Manila with Yook Sungjae (2018); Hello K-Idol Finale with Yook Sungjae (2018); BTOB Concert in Malaysia (2018); Dear Melody in Manila with Im Hyunsik (2019); BTOB4U Online Concert (2021)
Started stanning in 2019
Bias wrecker: Youngbin
Events: Unixerse in Manila (2019); SF9 Noob Con (2020)
Started stanning in 2020
Bias wrecker: Ravn
Events: Oneus Crush On Ø Us Online Concert (2020)
Started stanning in 2018
Bias: Yeo One
Bias wrecker: Hongseok
Events: Prism in Singapore (2019); We L:ve Online Concert (2020)
Started stanning in 2019
Bias wrecker: Baekhyun
Started sranning in 2019
Bias wrecker: Jacob
Events: The Boyz The Castle Fancon in Manila (2019)
Top self selected tunes
From ballads to sad bops to dance and so on and so forth
BTOB's Missing You
The first Kpop song I listened to at my own will. This song surprised me beyond belief, opening me up to the side of Kpop I have never heard before. This song will speak to you. It will resonate to you breaking the barriers of language through emotion and feelings expressed through every beat of the song.
Oneus' To Be Or Not To Be
Continuing the storyline of Comeback Home, Oneus took it to To Be Or Not To Be to tell the story of the six monarchs.
The song is powerful with melody-based chorus, strong raps, and few dance breaks here and there. What makes this song interesting is the lyrics that most people can relate to as it masquerades in a poetic storytelling set in the olden times.
SF9's Good Guy
As someone who have been listening to British pop since 2010, SF9's take on Britpop through Good Guy gets my approval. Like most of the songs under its genre, it holds a very memorable and catchy chorus that anyone can sing to.
The song was able to exhibit the different styles of rapping of the rap line and so did it give the vocalists their own time to shine hence having the artists their own flavors added to this masterpiece.