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By Amanda Bindel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

K-pop fans connect when translation tool works.

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age 11+

Based on 4 parent reviews

age 13+

For Parents, think of it as a pen pal opportunity.

You know, there are kids on this from literally every corner of the world. There are adults, too, like myself. If your kids love BTS or other K-pop groups. Generally they are respectful. I would say if you want to delay young teens getting into other social media accounts too early, this may be a good starting place. I have no idea what ages are, but the content tends to seem like lots of young people tweens. Sometimes the fans get a little "thirsty" for their idols, but it is tame compared to other social media. I'm actually on there for myself because people are generally nice. As far as safety, it's not completely safe. There is no dms, but in theory you can use odd hashtags to communicate more directly with another fan. I don't think it is very common at the same time it is unlikely that your child would have interactions from someone nearby unless you live in a major city. The translation tool is far from perfect, but you get the gist of what someone is saying most the time. I would recommend sharing an account with your child and deciding for yourself.
age 10+

A Good app

A good app for 11 to 17 year olds it’s like v-live just you can’t post anything and only the k-pop idols can

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  • Personalised advertising is displayed.
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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (4 ):
Kids say (7 ):

This Korean band fan community is active, but teens may find problems with translation. Many of the comments are written in Korean and users are supposed to be able to tap a button to translate, but it doesn't always work. The money-making heart of the app is the docuseries and movie available for purchase. The artists do post to the boards, and fans can engage with like-minded teens, but some users report lots of glitchiness and a lack of moderation, which could make it less fun. So, even if it is a marketing tool to promote the bands' video series, hard-core fans will likely love the opportunity to connect with the bands they admire.

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