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Cookies and Fish

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Does anyone have an explanation as to why "Cookie" and "Fish" seems to be popular in Korean band names? I'm thinking "Cookie" (Fortune Cookie, Elec Cookie, Bloody Cookie) might be sorta explainable, since they all have females fronting. But I still think it would make sense if they had some kind of connection to eachother as they're all relatively new. What puzzles me more is bands having their name end with "Fish" (Lady Fish, oldfish, Rumble Fish, Starfish, Swimmin' Fish, and just "Fish". There's probably more only I haven't encountered them yet..). Surely one wants to have a unique name, but when several others have used part of it already there has to be a reason to use the same again.. What is the meaning of Fish in Korean music?

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