[CNBLUE] a tale of two albums: 2gether and Colors

  Don’t judge an album by its sampler. And those who did with CNBLUE’s new Korean and Japanese albums, please raise your hands. *Raises hands* For the first time though, I was looking forward more to 2gether, the Korean album, than Colors, the Japanese one, even if I have traditionally preferred their releases in Japan…

[blog] sarang Busan namja

  Located in the south-east of Korea, Busan faces the ocean that’s why many describe the people there as “open” just like the sea. There are other stereotypes about Busan natives though including being rough or funny. One thing is for sure, the Busan satoori is charming. When I went to Busan twice previously, one…

[blog] J vs K: the battle of Japanese vs Korean music shows

[Many won’t like some of the things I’ll say here. Sorry not sorry.] I watched MUSIC STATION SUPER LIVE SPECIAL 2014 (Japan-Asahi) and KBS GAYO DAEJUN (Korea-KBS) at the same time last Friday. Obviously, I was tuned in for Arashi and CNBLUE. And watching music shows simultaneously has never been that interesting because of the…

[blog] Arashi, CNBLUE, Nagoya.

[Yes, here it comes and it may be long.] Life is too short to wait forever. – @ArashiTsu   This has got to be the fangirl trip of my life… so far. I totally bought into the adage that you only live once so on December 1, I found myself dragging my suitcase through Nagoya…

[music] wave it for CNBLUE

With music, just like anything in pop culture, either I like it or I don’t. But if you ask me why I like a song, much more start talking about the technical aspect, like the guitar riff here or the bass curl there, I’d be lost. Music is straightforward for me, I like it because…

[CNBLUE] can stop

[This is not a concert review nor a report but a jumble of thoughts] It was short of a miracle that I was able to watch CSPH. Typhoon Mario aside, I wasn’t really planning to watch but a friend took the trouble of giving me patron tickets. I should have been in Ha…waii but somehow…

[blog] Can’t Stop from Bangkok to Busan

  It took only five months after I became a fan of CNBLUE for me to see them live in concert. I guess I was just lucky that the city of angels was included in their ongoing Can’t Stop tour and I didn’t have to wait for years to finally watch them perform live. Quite…

[blog] fangirl dreams are made of these

What’s your ultimate fangirl dream? buy all your idols’ CDs/DVDs/BDs watch them perform live shake their hands talk to them in person and not just to their photos or videos go on a date with them be their wife I should do a poll on this, it would be interesting to see the results. And…