Just a QuickE!

Annyeong everyone,

I just finished watching the Japanese dorama Tokyo Dogs. It's about two cops - Maruo and Sou who are after a drugbaron named Jinno. Sou and Maruo can't get along at all. The misunderstandings and quarrels between them are hilarious! The dorama is fastpaced and funny. You should all watch it sometime^^

Ja mata ne? 


I'm an intern now *^^*

Annyeong everyone,

I dunno if I've told you guys, but for school I had to search for an internship for 10 weeks. Well, I got one. I am going to work for a website for students; writing articles and keeping the database updated. Honto ni muzukashii demo honto ni tanoshi desu. Watashi gambareso!!! ^^

Yesterday was my first day. I only have to go to the office twice a week, the rest of the work I do at home. After a few weeks we (my fellow interns and me) are going to go into the country and visit different schools. Tomorrow I'm going back to the office, right now I'm working on the database.

Anyways, gotta be going. Me hwaiting! Me fight-oh!

Ja mata ne?

P.S. I just watched the new dorama Sunao ni Narenakute, with JaeJoongie! He's getting better at acting. I'm interested in his relationship with his dorama sister. It was quite funny how he had a bit of an outburst in Korean. I was like....o.0 Wait, was that just...Korean? Kekeke, Sunao ni Narenakute wa honto ni omoshiroi desu!


Just a QuickE!

Annyeong everyone,

I finished the Japanese dorama 'Kami no Shizuku' with Kamenashi Kazuya. If Gokusen II is a 9.5, Kami no Shizuku is a....6. The story was quite boring, only Kame made me stick around for this one. It wasn't a great dorama, it wasn't bad either but more...maa maa.

I also watched the movie NINJA ASSASSIN with Rain. I wasn't expecting a good storyline or anything, I figured it was gonna be a hack-and-slash movie like 300. (which I really enjoyed.) I wasn't disappointed. The story was mediocre, but it wasn't full of cliches as I'd expected. Rain had almost to no dialogue and when he did speak, I had a hard time understanding anything he said. Other than that, it was a great movie.

Ja mata ne?


An agnostic is one who confidently affirms, “I don’t know.”

Annyeong everyone,

Today I want to rant about why I chose to become an agnostic at the age of fourteen, while I was raised a Catholic. Now please do realize that these are MY views and MY opinion and that I'm not trying to insult anyone. If you think you might be offended by this post, I urge you not to read this.

First of all, you have certain kinds of agnostics (or so Wikipedia claims) but I'll just describe two;
1. The STRONG agnostic, who will probably say something like: "I cannot know whether a deity exists or not, and neither can you."
2. The WEAK agnostic, who will probably say something like: "I don't know whether any deities exist or not, but maybe one day when there is evidence we can find something out."

I am a weak agnostic. But I would probably say something like: "I don't know if God or Allah or any supreme being exists, but it doesn't matter to me." Because it doesn't, at least not to me. I don't think religious people are stupid or anything. I think religion is a wonderful thing. It brings strangers together. It is something you can share with others. I wish I could believe in a higher power that watches out for his or her people. But I can't.
I never felt a connection with God or Jesus or any other deity. I've heard people say they have been touched by God or that they speak to him. I have never been able to and I probably never will. I used to pray before eating or going to bed, but it was more of a habit. I did it, because my mom did it, because I've always done it. I really didn't believe I was talking to Him or Her. So when I started to think about all of this, I realized that I didn't know if there was a God or not. And to be honest: I didn't care.
So I decided to drop the "act" if you will, and stopped calling myself a Catholic. I wasn't one so I shouldn't be calling myself one. But I don't look down on religious people, in fact I think they have something beautiful I haven't, yet it's fine with me.

"I don't know if God or Allah or any supreme being exists, but it doesn't matter to me." I wrote this, thinking it wouldn't need an explanation, but I realized people can take this the wrong way.
I say it doesn't matter to me, because I live a pretty decent life. The only deadly sin I exercise so to speak, is sloth. I'm lazy as hell and sometimes indifferent^^ We all have our faults. Yet I guess I should explain this with an example:

So, let's say I was walking down the street, the sun was brightly shining, just doing my thing. But suddenly, it seems the whole world slows down and the sky opens. A figure (male, female,hemaphrodyte?) is revealed to everyone at the same time. So my penpal in Korea is looking at the same figure right now. It raises its hand and ZAP - no more hunger in the world. ZAP - no more war. ZAP - no more rasicm. ZAP - no more unnecesarry violence. All this, with just the raising of a hand.

I think it's pretty obvious I would be like: "WOW, there is a Supreme Being! 0.0"
Anyone would be like that.
But after that I would be like: "Oh well, now that's settled then," and happily go on with my life.

I wouldn't change the way I live, even though the deity had appeared in front of my eyes. As I said before, I live a pretty decent life. Well, that's all for now. Again I remind you, these were MY views and MY opinion. I didn't set out to hurt anyone. If you feel hurt, please word your thoughts and pain delicately.

Ja mata, ne?


Just a QuickE!

Annyeong everyone,

I finished the Japanese dorama Yukan Club. Although they constantly overacted and used annoying sound effects, it was a decent dorama.

Ja mata ne, anata-tachi!


Feeling blue

Annyeong everyone,

Let's start off with the good and happy update/news, shall we? Yesterday, my little sister turned 14! We surprised her with a few great presents - but the best present of all was a big 3D Michael Jackson poster. She's a big fan of Michael Jackson and she wanted it for a long time, but the store moved somewhere else and she thought she'd never be able to buy it for herself.
So this was a real surprise ^^ We also went to a hiphop show called BLAZE. It was amazing and I don't think she'll forget this birthday for a long time. The dancers came from all over the world. My favourite girl came from Vietnam; whenever she was on stage, she stole the show!

Now let's move on to the "somewhat good but also somewhat bad" news:

Remember how I told you guys I was being tested for Asperger syndrome? Well, I got the results back. First of all the result of the IQ test. Appearantly I made it very difficult for them and they had to use different references than usual. I didn't get most of the explaination, kekeke.
But they said I was gifted. So that was good, I guess. Well, after that it came to the diagnoses: Asperger or not? NOT.
I had certain traits that you'd find in people with Asperger, but not enough. However they now seem to think I have this learning disorder NLD. I still have to research all this, so I can't really tell you what this means. But some NLD traits (symptoms?) are akin to some Asperger traits, it seems. It can't be cured (duh, it's not an illness)

Now the bad news:

Good evening, this is the Bigeast Office.

Today, the following press release was announced. We would inform you as follows.

Regarding "Tohoshinki"
We have an announcement regarding the artist "Tohoshinki" who belongs to our company. We would make the following notice.

The activities of "Tohoshinki" will be suspended, but our company will make our best efforts in order to support the activities of the 5 members, who possess outstanding talents and are promised with a great future, at full strength.

Please warmly watch over "Junsu", "Yoochun", "Jaejoong", "Changmin", and "Yunho".

We appreciate your kind understanding.

avex management
Tohoshinki's activities will be suspended, but the Bigeast is a place where everyone treasures the bond between the 5 members and everyone.

The continuation of Bigeast is also under discussion of the Bigeast Office.
We are sorry for making a nuisance to all the Bigeasts, but we will inform you [about the future of Bigeast] by the end of April, so please wait for awhile.

2010/4/3 Sent at 18:00
Bigeast Office
Source: Bigeast Fan Mail + Tohoshinki's Official Website + avex group's Official Website
Translation: smiley @ OneTVXQ.com
Special thanks: linhkawaii @ OneTVXQ.com
Credits: OneTVXQ.com { One World. One Red Ocean. One TVXQ! }


Yeah, this gave me quite the shock when I read it. Is it just a break? Or is the group going to break up? I want to stay positive, because the word "disband" isn't in here. But that's no guarantee...
I really only wish for those boys to get all they deserve: happiness, praise, recognisition and mature fans who grow as THSK grows. If they decide to disband, it's their choice and I will continue to support them seperately.

Although I'm a 'recent' fan, I feel really connected to these guys. I have never actually been a fan of an artist, only of songs. But that all changed when I heard Love in the Ice. These guys have struggled to get to the top and have become the stars of Asia. They are kind, generous and 4D - and unfortunately underrated. People who say they can't sing, have never heard Love in the Ice, Flowerlady or Bolero before.
They have inspired me to work hard and become the person I want to be. My own hero.

Anyways, since I heard this news, I've been listening to this (which is actually stupid, since it makes me even more blue):

However it somehow reminds me of the impact THSK/DBSK/TVXQ has had on me. I will stay positive and KEEP THE FAITH!

Mata ne, anata-tachi!