Dream Concert (Part 2)

25 06 2008

After a pretty sucky first few acts on from the 2008 Dream Concert, I’m looking forward to this half (it’s a little over half actually, I might break this into three parts).  It’s got all my favorite Korean artists, and a lot more that I’m familiar with than the last one.  That means -gasp- I’ll have a small idea of what I’m talking about here!!

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Cutie Party Survey

21 06 2008

I wasn’t going to do this orignally, but I guess I’m just a conformist.  So here are my answers to the J-Music survey over at Cutie Party

1. What was the first Japanese song that you ever listened to?

Uhm.  The first Sailormoon opening theme.  I forget what it’s called now. 

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20 06 2008

Okay, without a doubt, this is the best unit Kirarin Revolution has put out yet. 

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Gomaki signed to Avex

20 06 2008

Why is anyone surprised by this?  Everyone was saying this would happen when she first left H!P, so why is it surprising that it’s actually happening?

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New Blog

17 06 2008

I have a new blog for those of you who are interested.  It’s a worship blog for Super Junior’s HanKyung so that I don’t have to subject you all to my extreme fangirlism anymore.  You can find out more in the detailed post I wrote if you click the link.  Come on.  Go to the sexyiness that is HanKyung. 

China Man

Dream Concert 2008 – Part 1

16 06 2008

I know it’s a little ambitious, but as I was watching the opening to Korea’s Dream Concert 2008 (where a bunch of really popular Korean singers and groups get together for one hell of a concert every year), I decided to review it all while watching in high quality (because otherwise its total crap).  So it’s hours and hours of work.  And I don’t even know who most of the people are.  8D 

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It’s a Complex

11 06 2008

Even if the title song to High-King’s single, C/C (Cinderella Complex), isn’t that great, the b-side, Kioku no Meiro, saves the single and makes it, in my eyes, even better than C-ute’s past two singles, Namida no Iro and Tokaikko Junjou (I like to pretend LALALA never happened), combined. 

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