1. Loving K-pop songs is one thing, knowing the lyrics is another... Elaina Wahl / BuzzFeed But you will sing those English bits with your whole heart and soul. 2. Plus, the fandom has introduced you to an entire new vocabulary that doesn't translate well into your non-K-pop life. Elaina Wahl / BuzzFeed Not to mention the endless list of bias-wreckers and the pain your actual bias inflicts on you every single day. 3. Sometimes everyone's limited knowledge on the subject gets the best of you. Elaina Wahl / BuzzFeed "GANGNAM STYLE" IS GREAT BUT IT'S NOT LIKE "HOTLING BLING" IS THE ONLY AMERICAN POP SONG SO WHY IS THIS ALL ANYBODY KNOWS. (OK, we can be calm and collected. Breathe.) 4. And the delay on subs for new videos is a special sort of purgatory. Elaina Wahl / BuzzFeed Context clues and the tiny bits of Korean you've learned are never enough. 5. Then there's the struggle of suddenly needing to know your blood type so you can assess compatibility with your fave idols. Elaina Wahl / BuzzFeed "I promise I am healthy and fine I just need to know for research purposes." 6. Your search history is shameful. Elaina Wahl / BuzzFeed The black holes of K-pop content are available in abundance. 7. And your friends never understand how you can get so much joy from simply seeing your favorite bands living their lives. Elaina Wahl / BuzzFeed Do you really need to know what someone is saying to appreciate when they're CLEARLY having fun? 8. You can't even THINK about how nearly impossible it is to see them perform live. Elaina Wahl / BuzzFeed And you suddenly understand the sentiment behind "Come to Brazil." 9. But no matter how many times you wonder "WHY AM I LIKE THIS???", you wouldn't change it for the world. Elaina Wahl / BuzzFeed This is a beautiful fandom you've stumbled upon, and nothing can keep you from loving it!