I found the article on livejournal (thanks a lot to pamelaxiah@lj ^^) and it bothered me a lot too…you know, since Changmin called Cassiopeia as ‘elite minority‘ recently, it reminds me back how firstly I became a Cassiopeia and join the fandom although until now I’m still an unofficial one >//<. But even in early 2010, the fandom is as big as the world, most likely. Cassies are everywhere. Like, everywhere. I’m not that old but probably there are a lot more who are younger than me and know the jpop kpop thingy later.
It is true that TVXQ is fading. The fancafe member decreased the most, twitter accounts deactivated, people changing fandom to the new young groups, discredited TVXQ just like that. At least that’s what I feel for the past four years. Even when I was still an ELF in 2009, I always adore and respect TVXQ as the most successful sunbaes that time, and the fact they could still draw attention so much, I always wanted to join. But I was a rookie and thought, ‘ah Cassiopeia and TVXQ both are elite’. Because everytime they do concerts, their performances are always way better than the recorded one–which is rare. I also found how amazing the fans are doing fanprojects like banners and lightsticks and singalong like that. I adore everything about them.
But I don’t find anything like that anymore this time. So I guess this article is so related to what I feel. Please read.
You know, this article isn’t really new. But I figured out how much I love this article, it makes me feel happy asiding the fact that it’s YunJae. XD
When it comes to Kim Jaejoong, you know how much Jaejoong loves to give support for his fellow members. And guessing that he still believes in his friendship with TVXQ’s Yunho, he replied Yunho’s praises on his acting after being interviewed about the previous drama ‘Triangle’ which will be taken over by ‘Night’s Watchman’ on the same time-slot. Continue reading →
I was thinking if I should collect Triangle pics because it has over 1.000+ pics and I haven’t even watch the drama yet T^T Triangle is killing me T^T but thanks to Jaejoong and Siwan, I have some spirit! ‘w’)9 And do you know what I like from collecting MBC dramas pics? Yes, you can do the right-click-on-pics action. I was going to collect 3Days (which Yoochun is in it) pics but it’s from SBS and please understand that it’s way more complicated to collect from SBS official pics. T_________T
Here’s the download link and some preview pics [CONTAIN SPOILERS] ^^v
I’ve been taking hiatus from writing posts, and now I’m back with I Miss You! ^o^ Though I’m not finished yet watching the drama, I’m collecting the pics from I Miss You Official Site since that’s one of my job here (and my friends demand me to do so lol)
The drama is about Han Jung Woo (Park Yoochun) has been a homicide detective for 2 years and he is looking for his childhood love, Lee Se Yeon (Yoon Eun Hye). Lee So Yeon is a fashion designer and often dream of Han Jung Woo searching for her.
Meanwhile, Kang Hyung Joon (Yoo Seung Ho) is a cold-hearted, charismatic fund manager, who tries to take revenge on Han Jung Woo because of the troubled relationship within their family. —Koreandrama.org
Please enjoy the pics (and don’t forget to use the credit if you want to take out the pics!!!)
In the interview with Nocut News, Kim Jaejoong revealed, “In the early phase of the scenario, I was just being me. Of course it was not the case in the later part of the story but I think everybody would be like that if they were kidnapped.“
“In the movie, there is a scene where I told Bong Minjung ‘It was so hard for me in the past. I don’t want to live that life again. I am doing just fine now.’ It’s not a scene with extreme emotion and I didn’t have to cry but I found myself shedding tears. Continue reading →
[The following is a direct translation of the article as it appeared on Nate via Sports Chosun.]
In New York, K-pop rewrote its history.
On August 30, JYJ member Kim Junsu started his first world tour in New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom. Until now, idol groups, girl groups, and agency ‘families’ have gone on these, but Kim Junsu is the fist solo artist to start a world tour alone.
To that extent, the New York performance had a special meaning to K-pop. This was a breakthrough not only for Kim Junsu, but also for K-pop, which had been hampered by limited genres and artists. Continue reading →