Is there a winner or loser for this competition? Let’s find out in our first ever rankings for the best Korean rapper!
This one’s a little bit of everything! A group of top Korean rappers (from K-pop, K-dramas, and hip hop) with various styles and sounds and different strengths and weaknesses from each other to make this the perfect blend for your favorite K-pop song!
The most important thing to take into consideration is that you have to give a score to all rappers in the competition. So just make sure you think of them. It’s quite hard for a rapper to make it through all the categories if you just go by their style and sounds alone. Also, there is nothing wrong with getting an individual rating with just how they’re done in your mind. The only rules you want to follow are those that we’ve outlined above.
Check out the results below and vote for your favorite Korean rapper! Keep in mind that our rankings are still very preliminary and not something that can guarantee the final result.
Also, stay tuned for another Top 10 list coming up in January!
This was my first ever exchange and I couldn’t be happier! My Secret Santa sent me two lovely bottles of Heddens nail polish and a book called “What’s My Deal?” by Kim Trowbridge!
Thank you Secret Santa! I love both bottles of polish and the book!!
Edit: And finally I had an answer to all my questions! Thank you so much for your patience with the exchange! I am beyond thrilled to finally be getting my package and finding my package inside! 🙂
(Update: Today is my second day on Kite and I am feeling better. It’s been very hot out here this day and I was just looking forward to my warm breakfast.)
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my time spent in Japan. Part of it is because I’ve seen many of you all comment on this post about the difficulties of being an English Language teacher. My question is whether it’s possible to teach a person Japanese in other terms than just listening and being polite while you speak to them and how to make things work once the teacher actually gets them comfortable to speak.
The best way to get that comfortableness is to start off slow. This isn’t because you want to scare them but because you want to start with some simple exercises. What I mean by slow is that you don’t want the student to get overly comfortable. This
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