Assuming this is true (which is admittedly a gigantic assumption), March is packed to shit with activity. Most importantly, EXO finally debuts, which means they can stop releasing 500 fucking teasers.
Additionally, and this deserves a line of its own, Shinhwa is coming back, which you kiddies need to pay attention to because they are OGs in this K-pop shit. Respect.
Personally, I love Girl’s Day, but I’m not sure they are all that popular yet.
As far as the following months, it seems that there will be certain groups that dominate the attention.
April: SHINee & BEAST
Should be an epic battle.
May: BoA & Secret
June: Son Dambi & X-5
Would be a good time to debut a group, as this seems like a dead period.
July: Hyori & After School
Hyori better comeback raunchy as ever, none of that conservative shit since she has a man now. I personally can’t wait for SPICA, but they are still rookies.
August: 2NE1 & Wonder Girls
Oh shit. Get ready for the wars.
September: SNSD & A Pink
Why must they put A Pink against SNSD? God.
October: Kara & Orange Caramel
A glorious month.
November: Super Junior
Part of what makes me a skeptic is that it predicts nine months in advance, which I believe is possible in the structured corporate world, but would seem to be a bit presumptuous as far as idols are concerned.
We’ll see, I guess.
Thanks to everybody who sent this in.