Sell Your Haunted House!

Posted by Stephanie on April 7, 2021

General

It’s a seller’s market here in Denver. Seriously, houses selling within days of them going on the market. A house is on the market for more than two weeks? You begin to wonder what exactly is wrong with that house. There was a bit of time there where I was seriously contemplating wading in and attempting to buy something, but after seeing my coworker and his family being bumped around again and again, I’ve decided to take a pass. This being said, it really makes me wonder after watching the teaser for Sell Your Haunted House, would a house be a little bit more affordable if it were haunted? Read more

BL and Bubbles Calendar: April

Posted by Stephanie on April 6, 2021

General

It’sf that time of month again! Time to talk about all the BL shows that are coming up in April and all the shows we missed premiering in March! (Turns out we missed a bunch in March, it seems like there is no rhyme or reason to getting these shows on an actual schedule. It’s like, it’s a race to get them done and toss them out as soon as they are presentable. I’m writing this while having Sugar Rush on in the background and I’m mentally equating the BL new show schedule to racing to that buzzer when you’re dessert is done.

Mmmm….desert.

But first, as ever, lets talk about what we are watching, what we watched, what we loved and what we…didn’t love. Read more

Musical Monday – Questionably Romantic

Posted by SaraG on April 5, 2021

Music

Like every woman out there, I was raised surrounded by a million things crafted almost entirely to make me feel insecure and petty towards those that identify as female. It’s true what they say, women don’t dress to attract men, they dress to make other women envious of their style and appearance. It’s not about the dudes in our lives, they barely notice us anyway. We want to look good for other women. We want to be smart for other women. We want to be funny for other women so that they will love us and want to be us. We are taught that we should be making people jealous of us. 

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Khottie of the Week: Astro’s Cha Eunwoo

Posted by Stephanie on April 4, 2021

Khottie of the Week

This one is straight off the Khottie birthday schedule! Let’s all wish Astro’s Cha Eunwoo a happy birthday, as of March 30th, he’s 24, which makes him ripe for the Khottie picking! Now let’s gather together and swoon a little, because you know what, I feel like that’s the perfect birthday present to give both him and us! Read more

Episode 269: Two Day Affair

Posted by Stephanie on April 3, 2021

Podcast

Do you ever count up the hours of dramas you watch? Episode here, an episode there, then you realize, in the last month you watched ALL of Manner of Death, We Best Love, Hours of Tale of a Thousand Stars, Run On, Let’s Fight Ghost! Let’s count them all up and see how many hours…no, never mind, let’s not do that, bad idea. Eventually, we’ll have to admit to how much ‘screen time’ it amounts to and you’d just embarrass yourself. If you don’t count, you don’t know, right?

Also, let’s all bask in the success of Stephanie finally becoming a Choice. She loves them so much she put a ring on it! (Or paid shipping and handling)

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Throwback (Musical) Thursday – Time Keeps Moving

Posted by SaraG on April 1, 2021

Music

As we prepare to watch Kingdom and the artists ease into participating in the show, they have been doing all sorts of little mini pre-episodes where the groups watch old performances and videos of themselves and reminisce. One of the most obvious and still kind of shocking things I’ve taken away from it is just how YOUNG they all look in these old stages. Even the relatively new groups have aged significantly in the last three to four years. It’s crazy. And wonderful. They really are catching up to us in age…since we decided to put a full stop to the process here at Kchat. 

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Joseon Excorsist – Exorcized.

Posted by Stephanie on March 30, 2021

General

I can’t say that any of us saw this coming. In my history of watching dramas, I could, if I try really hard, come up with a handful of dramas that were cut short, mostly due to ratings but a few times for controversy.

But the canceling of Joseon Excorsist after just 2 episodes? Is pretty shocking. Probably because I read really looking forward to it.

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Musical Monday – Is There Any More Perfect Marriage Than Music and Fashion

Posted by SaraG on March 29, 2021

Music

Business is business whether it’s moving money between huge companies, selling widgets to millions, or making a go of it in the arts. The pandemic has hit almost every industry hard and the fashion world is no exception. I don’t just mean that folks have moved from outside appropriate to sweatpants at all times, but big fashion-centric events where people gather in crowds to stun each other have had to adapt just like everything else. One consequence though is that if not more wearable on the street, it’s gotten more accessible for us as lay viewers. 

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TWHottie of the Week: Marcus Chang

Posted by Stephanie on March 28, 2021

Khottie of the Week

Good friend and former Khottie Gatekeeper Alix was right there on the ready when I put out the call that I was in a mood, needed some Khottie help:

Please note, that not only was she there, she was there within 30 seconds where she made me smile, laugh, and swoon. Quickly though, our focus fell to the delightful Taiwanese actor and singer, Marcus Chang. Read more

Throwback (Musical) Thursday – Ebbs and Flows

Posted by SaraG on March 25, 2021

Music

It took me a long time to get into the ‘buying Kpop albums’ game. I’ve talked about that plenty in the past, but long story short, they aren’t cheap and I don’t exactly work in the type of field that pays tons of moolah. But in the last few years, my family and I have made some good financial decisions, we’ve seen some decent investment in us by our employers, and we haven’t spent much this past year because of the pandemic. This all means that money isn’t the limiting factor in my album purchasing anymore, shelf space is. 

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