“Everyone’s scared to stand up on stage in front of an audience. You’re afraid that you might mistakes. That they’ll totally reject you. Even so, you grit your teeth and get up onstage anyway. Something compels us, moves us to play music. That’s how you create the most beautiful lie of all.”
“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.”
(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 off, music begins.” – Heinrich Heine
People has a lot of preconceived notions about K-pop. But such generalizations only lead to one being blissfully ignorant of the gem under all that fluff.
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”
Hit The Stage is an Mnet television program in which K-pop idols team up with professional dance teams to compete in a dance survival contest. It premiered on July 27, 2016 and the first season concluded on September 28, 2016. It is composed of 10 episodes. Every round there is a corresponding theme for their dance performances. And there is one winner for every theme. The winner is determined based on audience voting. Continue reading “Hit The Stage: Ten and Taemin”
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.
There’s a group that recently caught my eye. They’re not the usual. They’re not from the big three. They’re fresh from debut this year and already released their 1st Mini Album. And an important detail is that they are a co-ed group. Continue reading “K.A.R.D”