TEN’s New Heroes: “Turn my mess into messages..”

I would like to say Ten is my new hero just so I could insert the title of his song but I would be lying because I have been his fan since I saw him at Hit The Stage. I’m definitely not a new fan but here’s hoping you could be. Continue reading “TEN’s New Heroes: “Turn my mess into messages..””

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Getting To Know DAY6 — A Not So Hidden Gem

DAY6 (“데이식스”)

A South Korean rock band ready to pull you in with their music, fantastic vocals and need I say it? — visuals. Continue reading “Getting To Know DAY6 — A Not So Hidden Gem”

Covers, Dance Practices and Performance Videos: K-pop Side of YouTube

Aside from devouring several books this week though not all of them brought out a review post, waiting for episodes of Idol Producer, and binge watching the season two of Go Fighting, I have been repeatedly watching several videos in YouTube. Not the Graham Norton nor the Ellen DeGeneres side of it because that was weeks ago, but the K-pop side. Continue reading “Covers, Dance Practices and Performance Videos: K-pop Side of YouTube”

“Stray Kids” found in JYP’s backyard and I’m keeping them!

Why do I keep watching idol survival shows? Maybe it’s because of those young and hopeful faces ready to face the industry with their talent and hard work. Maybe it’s living vicariously through them. Or maybe just because I was bored. But no matter the reason, I always manage to find myself some gems that needs to be shared. Continue reading ““Stray Kids” found in JYP’s backyard and I’m keeping them!”

Inspiration on being yourself: Kim Taehyung

“After a while, if you care to pay attention, he becomes the most interesting book you will read – with the bonus of having a beautiful cover.”

AMAZING MAIA

It came to me, on a rainy afternoon as I made my way through the streets of Lisbon, that there is one thing I have been wanting to write about for a while – in urgency, leaving a tickle on the tips of my fingers and my mind racing with words just dying to be written. That one thing – or, rather, one person – is Kim Taehyung.

Odds are you have not heard of him. If that is indeed the case, then I am so glad you are reading this! You get to discover someone new, and, hopefully, feel inspired by him like I do.

Kim Taehyung photograohed by himself in mirror

At first glance, Kim Taehyung is a pretty face (like really fucking pretty, though). On second glance he is an ambiguous character with a smile that will make you happy, and his head in the clouds. After a while, if you care to…

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“Untitled Playlist” | Titles don’t make playlists, songs do.

“Music is what feelings sound like out loud…” ― Georgia Cates

Even though we may have different tastes of music or different artists or albums we listen to, I would just like to share with you (whoever is reading this – you’re awesome!) some of the songs that I listen to. And maybe in the hopes of language not being a barrier when it comes to music, you’ll end up liking them too. But no pressure. This is just me wanting to share. Continue reading ““Untitled Playlist” | Titles don’t make playlists, songs do.”

“East”
(by Sleeping At Last)

The years wore on and changed my heart,
The leading role for a smaller part.

Now I bear little resemblance to the king I once was.
I bear little resemblance to the king I could become.

I set out to rule the world
With only a paper shield and a wooden sword.

When words leave offmusic begins.” – Heinrich Heine

via The Quote Hoarder | ♪ When words leave off, music begins ♪

Revisiting the Songs in Uta no Prince Sama

As a lover of music, and crazy about anime. My fangirl heart demanded that I re-watch Uta no Prince Sama. (I should probably add that to my profile – a professional re-watcher if there is such a thing.) Continue reading “Revisiting the Songs in Uta no Prince Sama”

Page Turner – The Gift of Music

A piano prodigy who may never play again. A star athlete who can never compete again. A terrible accident entwines the lives of Yoon Yoo Seul and Jung Cha Sik and forces them to find a new direction in life.

Yoo Seul is a genius pianist who is being pushed by the unrealized dreams of her mother. Cha Sik is a quick-tempered, driven athlete. When they get into an unexpected accident, it changes the course of both of their lives. With the help of Cha Sik and rival Suh Jin Mok (Shin Jae Ha), can Yoo Seul find a new path to happiness and fulfillment? “Page Turner” is a 2016 three-episode South Korean drama special directed by Lee Jae Hoon.

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