American YouTubers discuss K-Pop culture

In a new Wong Fu Production video of “Comments In Cars,” Philip Wang and Wesley Chan invited Jun Sung Ahn (JunCurryAhn) as they speak briefly on the K-Pop culture.

In their video series “Comments In Cars,” the trio respond to various comments from fans and viewers left on their K-Pop debut and group project BgA music video, “Dong Saya Dae.” The music video was originally released back in May 2016, and has since acquired over 6.5 million views on YouTube.

As they responded to comments from viewers, the group jokingly said that they’re rivals in K-Pop is BTS, even managing to beat out the group for “a good three hours” on the iTunes K-Pop chart with their debut track. They also explain various K-Pop terms such as the phenomenon behind fan-light sticks, fandom vocab such as stan, bias, trash, bias wrecker and more.

BgA stands for “Boys generally Asian,” and is made up of members who have adopted parody stage names after BIGBANGDavid Choi (“Daeyang”), Jun Sung Ahn (“Jeungri”), Justin Chon (“J-Lite”), Phillip Wang (“P-Dragon”) and Ryan Higa (“R.O.P”).

Check out the track and music video for “Dong Saya Dae” below: