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How to Cover K-pop Fandom With the Seriousness It Deserves

People want to understand K-pop stans after their contributions to the Black Lives Matter movement. The first rule: They are not a monolith.

Fans at the Changwon K-pop World Festival. Photo: Ed Jones/Getty Images

On Monday, the Korean boy group Tomorrow X Together (TXT) was interviewed by Good Day New York anchor Rosanna Scotto about their…




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Elliot Sang

Elliot Sang

Elliot is a writer and recording artist from Queens, New York. He is of Dominican and Chinese descent. He runs the YouTube channel bby gang.

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