Music You Might Have Missed: Rumble Fish - I love you, I love you
Have you ever had the feeling of regret after listening to something for the first time and it’s like “why didn’t I get into this band sooner?” This is that song. I’ve heard of Rumble Fish but I never checked them out and this was my first time listening to anything by them…or should I say her. Rumble Fish used to be an actual band-band but all of the other members left and now Choi Jinyi is solo but using the name.
About the Song: Another ballad…I didn’t choose it because it was a ballad, promise! It’s just that all the bands that catch my attention are releasing ballads right now, I guess. I’ve been going to Ihoneydew and looking at bands and picking the one that catches my eye. That said it’s a love ballad. It says things like “I love you, I’m sorry, I was a fool please come back.” Her voice is very pretty, as mentioned previously, I am full of a sense of “it took me this long to listen to her?” I am pleased with this song. It’s actually simple enough that on first listen it’s possible to sing along with parts of it. (Mostly the I love you, I love you but still….) If I were to rate it I’d give it a 4 out of 5. The beginning isn’t the most interesting and I almost skipped the song because of it. The build to the chorus is what kept me listening after not being impressed with the beginning.
Looking at the lyrics, not an overly complicated song. I will do a vocab lesson on it soon. If Tumblr doesn’t eat my post. My really long Hyuna Bubble Pop mini-album review was obliterated.
I have made it a personal mission to listen to artists that aren’t as well known as the obvious idols. Welcome to a new section titled “Music You Might Have Missed”. Hopefully, everyone’s knowledge of the Kpop scene will grow.
Korean Title: 바로 너야 (Feat. 로라)
Translation: It’s You (Feat. Lora)
Side Note: Google translate puts it as “You’re the One” but when I read it I instantly read it at “It’s You” and I find Korean sources that put “It’s You” as the English title.
Release Date: July 8, 2011
Song Is Like: It’s a poppy love ballad. Very pretty soothing voices. Auto-tune weary Kpop fans need not fear. No auto-tune just singing.
Hello everyone! I’ve been off enjoying summer, and you? I hope things are going well!
Side note: I had a really long post full of all my favorite songs for the summer originally but when I hit the enter button it deleted the whole post! I’m kind of angry needless to say. I’ll remake the post but do know that this was originally that post.
끝까지 들어 is a phrase I’ve always been confused about. I figured I’d finally do what should have been obvious…but wasn’t. I went to the Naver dictionary. 끝까지 by itself means “to the end” and 들어 is where this phrase got confusing. It turns out 들어 is a verb that means enter but also hold, take, walk in, cut, and be sharp, according to Naver’s dictionary.
끝까지 들어 together, however, I found means something like “don’t interrupt me.” So it being titled in English as “Listen to the End” means something like “listen until I’m done”.
I figure since this is something I found in the dictionary at Naver as a full phrase it’s just a phrase I have to learn to understand as meaning “don’t interrupt” instead of taking it apart as I normally do. When taken apart you can see the basics of “hold” and “to the end” and that does give clues to the phrase; I guess what through me off was it being titled “listen to the end.”
뭘봐 =/= Close Ur Mouth. 뭘봐 = What are you looking at? 봐 is a rude-ish way of saying look, while 뭘 is a contraction that means what. Kind of like in English we say don’t for do not, that’s what 뭘 is. The English title is appropriate for the content of the song, however, please know that it is not a translation.
I’m here with a part two! For good reason as well, there’s one more technicality that needs to be covered in order to have a good grasp of Korean ages and so that Korean dramas don’t confuse you. So, lets get started!
See Part One:koreadistrict.tumblr.com (more detailed than this post, it covers more; if you’re a complete newbie to Korean ages start there or this one won’t make much sense!)
SIBLINGS! Love them or hate them…it’s most likely you switch through both daily if you have them. Now, basic sibling things should be fairly easy to figure out. Have an older brother? He’s oppa/hyung; if you have a younger sibling then they’re your dongsaeng. However, have you ever wondered about what twins or triplets do? Well, wonder no more. Twins (and so on) also observe ages as well. This means if you’re the twin that saw the world a mere two minutes before your sibling you get the respect of being the “older” sibling.
I’ll post a part four (there is a part three in the works) if I find something important to add. I’ve been in this Korea love phase for years now so I had forgotten about the difficulty people have with Korean ages. I hope I’ve done some clarification!
(I used a picture from the drama “You’re Beautiful” since I’m told it has twins in it.)
SM Town Paris landed in Le Monde news. If you become familiar with anything French (outside a high school French class in most cases) you’ll hear Le Monde pop up at least once. Le Monde means “The World” it’s a daily newspaper that covers various things and world affairs.
SM Town Paris landed in Le Monde and since my French is better than my Korean I decided to do a brief overview of the article. Needless to say, I was fairly excited to see Le Monde and SM Town together.
Word of warning, it’s not my fault if the article forgot to mention your favorite boy band.
Ever been confused by Korean age? You’re not alone.
If you’re reading this post expecting me to say “Everyone born the same year is chingu!” you’re mistaken. There’s more to Korean ages than that. For example Super Junior’s Kyuhyun was born in Feburary 1988 and Super Junior’s Ryeowook was born in June 1987 are in fact “chingu” (friends, in the Korean sense of the word). This can be confusing.
Let’s lay down some basics:
In Korea you can only be friends (친구) with people the same age as you. Anyone older/younger cannot technically be called your friend. (You can however haver a very close relationship, you’re just not technically friends.) Rank is important in Korean relationships. You pay your elders with a certain respect (no matter how close you get) and you treat your dongsaengs differently from how you treat your elders and friends.
Let’s look at another example for clarification:
SNSD’s Sooyoung was born in February 1990 while SNSD’s Yoona was in May 1990. These two girls, however, are not friends in the Korean sense of the word. Sooyoung is Yoona’s unni. Yoona is expected to treat Sooyoung with a certain amount of respect that is given to elders.
So, wondering how it is two girls born the same year only a few months apart are not friends? The Korean school system is to blame/credit for that.
Korean’s start school in March this means the age cut off is in February. People born in January and February are clumped in with the people from the year before. This is how Kyuhyun/Ryeowook from my first example are considered friends and the same age while Sooyoung/Yoona are not. Sooyoung is considered the same age as everyone born in 1989 starting from March. This means Tiffany who was born in August 1989 is her friend even though there is a larger gap between her and Sooyoung than there is between Sooyoung and Yoona.
So, when trying to figure out Korean ages keep this in mind: If born after February add 1 year if born before March add 2 years.
This means people born in February and January will never call someone born the year before them (after February) by a title other than friend, unless, that person has a title such as doctor/teacher/sunbae/boss. (Teachers get more credit in Korea than they do in places like the USA.)
Know how to combine? 4시15분 means it’s 4:15. It’s really that simple…unless, you want to make it hard by learning all the Sino-Korean and native Korean numbers to use instead. That will come in a later post. AM/PM aren’t really necessary if using 24 hour time but if using 1-12 you may want to add it on. For example: 오후 4시15분 means 4:15 PM. The AM/PM goes in front of the time.
More fun with time:
전 - can be used to say 10 before 4. For example: 10시5분전 is five minutes before 10. (4시10분전 is how you say 10 before 4 by the way)
On June 5th we became a month old from the “official” opening date. So, yay for that. Thank you for visiting and enjoying! I don’t know what else to say or do, I’m not very good with these things. I felt like I needed to say something though…
Disclaimer: I do not endorse or encourage anyone to try any type of diet at all. This post is purely educational; you do diets at your own risk after consulting a doctor. I am not a doctor! I am not qualified to help you with your diet in anyway/shape/form. This post is based on research only.
The Lettuce Diet, or it’s other aliases, the Lettuce and Water diet, and the Lettuce and Diet Coke Diet is a diet where one consumes just lettuce and water (diet coke) and nothing else.
Park Bom is the one that made this diet popular in kpop-dom and many believe that because it’s lettuce it’s safe and healthy. This is false. A diet of lettuce and water (diet coke) alone is dangerous. When I goggled the lettuce diet I found a number of people that were asking about this diet to be Kpop fans. This diet IS NOT healthy. Many of these askers were quickly shot down by people giving responses.
Need proof that this diet is dangerous? Google Luisel Ramos who died while on the Lettuce and Diet Coke diet. It’s very unfortunate that the most I can find about the lettuce diet is the same darn post over and over that is about adding lettuce to a diet. However, when you do find other things about this diet you can see that overall response is negative. Lettuce is great to add to your diet but lettuce only does not make a diet. It’s very bad for your body.
Please eat healthily when trying to lose weight, and as always, consult a doctor before doing anything!
Mr. Taxi, Taxi, Taxi, I am landing at first place on the Oricon~!
Ok, so that’s not really how the song goes but, Shoujo shidai who released their Japanese debut album snagged first place on the weekly album charts. Congrats to them.
Single Weekly Rankings: Jang Geun Suk’s single is still in the top 20, 2pm and SNSD are still in the top 30, and Kara is still in the top 35.
Album Weekly Rankings I Missed: Big Bang where I expected a lower top 10 or upper top 20 spot came in at number 7. That’s lower top 10~ FT Island also had their album take the number one spot on the weekly rankings!
Kpop in Japan Round Ups have gotten a bit boring on my end. Do you like them? If so say so.
I realized that with Tumblr’s ask box you have to have a Tumblr account for it. Not very convenient for outside users, is it? I have set up a Google Docs area where you can type in your questions instead. Because I am not having them sent to me through a site I use daily, I will answer any questions I receive around once a week. I have only gotten one this far but I am hoping for more.
Please, if you have a question about the article put it in the comments. If you have a question about things like “Where can I find your Daum tutorials?” ”When are you going to update your Daum tutorials?” ”Why do you like Kara?” Questions like those go in the ask box. Questions like “Do you think other members had sexy costumes too?” in relation to the article that talks about Taeyeon’s bold concert outfit (located here) go in that posts comment section.
I can’t be the only girl in Kpop fandom that’s looked at the bodies of these girl groups and at some point went “want”, I really can’t.
These diets, however, get a lot of controversy from international fans and some of it is misinformed. That’s what this post is for. This post will cover Kara and Soshi since they are the two most known for their diets and bodies.
Disclaimer: I do not endorse or encourage anyone to try any type of diet at all. This post is purely educational; you do diets at your own risk, after consulting a doctor. I am not a doctor! I am not qualified to help you with your diet in anyway/shape/form. This post is based on research and personal experience only.
Kara - “We Starve Ourselves”
This one IS unhealthy! Avoid this one at all costs! Their diet where they watch calories and carbohydrate intake is much healthier. However, that diet is very similar to SNSD’s.
A Korean actress will be in the group SDN48’s third generation. I thought this was very interesting so I decided to look it up!
새로운 한류의 신호탄?
New Hallyu flare?
새로운 - new
한류의 - hallyu (+grammar marker that indicates possession)
신호탄 - flare
영화배우 정시연, 일본 걸 그룹 SDN48 정식 데뷔
Actress Jung Siyeon, to formally debut in Japanese girl group SDN48.
영화배우 - actress
일본 - Japan/Japanese
걸 - girl (Konglish)
그룹 - group (Konglish)
정식 - formally
데뷔 - debut (Konglish)
Curious about the band she’s debuting into? SDN48 is a sister group to AKB48 (yes, that AKB48, the one smashing records right now) and this far into their career they’ve shown strong interests in debuting in Korea and producing Korean language music. They even have a song called “Ai chuseyo” (Love Please) which has Korean right in the title. They are “adult idols” so don’t expect the stuff you see from SNSD, Kara, or even their sister groups. None of the girls are minors. Consider the fact they’re called “adult idols” and that none of them are minors your full warning about anything SDN48.
It’s about Korea Queer Culture Festival which from the article sounds like a fun time. If you’re gay/transgendered/questioning/straight/bi it might be a nice thing to visit.
However, from the looks of their website (http://www.kqcf.org/) it’s now going into Seoul’s LGBT film festival which really that should be pretty fun too.
I hope I can read something about it soon! If you visit this blog and would like to share your experience at either the parade or the film festival drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org! (All credits will be left in tact no worries~) This is something I’d really love to hear more about!
PS. The image is from their official website linked above, I take no credit for it.
Live in Kazakhstan? Want to be a Kpop star? July will be your lucky month!
Amazing! If anyone reads this blog auditions in Kazakhstan email me! I want know how it goes! Actually this goes for anyone that auditions anywhere; I would love to get feedback from you on how things go down!
Daesung from Big Bang was involved in a car accident around 1AM about 40 minutes outside of Seoul.
A motorcyclist who had been hit in a hit and run accident was being assisted by the driver of a stopped taxi. Daesung was unable to stop in time to avoid hitting the stopped taxi and the unfortunate turn events lead to the motorcyclist, already injured from the previous hit and run, dying. After the accident Daesung was tested for alcohol levels in his blood and it was confirmed that he was not drinking and driving. Daesung was taken to the Yeongdeung police station after the accident.
There are no mentions of him being injured, so fangirls don’t fret about that. Please, keep the family of the deceased in your thoughts and prayers, they’re going to need them. How heartbreaking for them.
Korea News Report: 'Fake Academic Background' Kang Tae Jae, "Sorry, I will not resign."
'Fake Academic Background' Kang Tae Jae, “Sorry, I will not resign.”
'허위학력' 강태재 “미안하다, 사퇴안한다”
허위 - fake, false
학력 - academic background
미안하다 - sorry, to be sorry
사퇴안한다 - will not resign
사퇴 - resign
Kang Tae Jae had put that he graduated from a certian high school when he in fact had dropped out. He works at the 청주 Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Kang went decades with his falsified background. Kang had a hard life growing up and his father died while he was young which resulted in him dropping out of high school. He had many siblings that needed taken care of. Since it has been happening for decades he is not going to resign over this event.
I just wanted to bring to everyones attention that comments are enabled on this blog (disqus~) and that Korea District does in fact have a Twitter! (http://twitter.com/#!/koreadistrict) Also, if it is not obvious, you can follow Korea District on Tumblr as well.
Feel free to comment away, do you hate the new layout, love the kpop posts, want to see me review a drama/movie, tell me so in the comments or else I won’t know. :) The site isn’t even a month old just yet so I’m learning but I did want to bring it to attention that you can keep up with Korea District on Twitter and that commenting is enabled.
For the record, no, Korea District does not have a Facebook. Way too much for me to take on.
I wanted to post something about this because this is how misunderstandings happen and anti fans form: Girls Day were not showing off their underwear in their short-short outfits.
The white shorts you’re seeing are called dancers shorts, or spankies. They’re tight, short shorts and, on the contrary, you wear them in order to hide your underwear. Dancers, cheerleaders, and performers use them often in short outfits.
Former SG Wannabe member Chae Dong Ha was found hanging in his apartment May 27th.
Chae Dong Ha suffered from major depression which some believed came from the death of his manager. He had just returned from Japanese promotions and when he was unable to be reached 119 (Korea’s emergency number, like 911 in the USA) was dialed and he was found dead on the scene when emergency personal arrived.
There is some news sources wondering if there are real hints of him possibly committing suicide in the music video 하루가 미치고; his music video from the mini album D-Day. There is no evidence that indicates foul play.
Fellow SG Wannabe member Kim Jinho has already expressed his condolences and at least his schedules have been canceled due to the shock he is going through.
Chae Dong Ha was 31 years old in Korean age reckoning and 29 almost 30 in international age reckoning.
Translation: Hello! Do you have a cat? I have two cats!
The picture above is my cat Sol~ (솔); Sol is short for soleil which is French for something like sun/sunny.
(Je suis franco-americaine…that feels strange to say since I haven’t ran into many, if any, French-American things. There’s a definite disconnect between the two. However, my rambling about my background isn’t meant for this blog~)
고양이 - cat
강아지 - puppy (나 강아지있어요~)
개 - dog
토끼 - rabbit
도마뱀 - lizard
뱀 - snake
생쥐 - mouse (as in the pet, not the computer part)
새 - bird (ps. This is part of a Korean swear word too~)
바다거북 - turtle
돌 - rock/stone (we’ve all had a pet rock at some point, right?)
And just because I like these animals (they obviously aren’t pets!)
Ah~ at this point it’s like reporting on the same artists again and again.
Featured Artists: FT Island, Big Bang, 2PM
Big Bang, as I predicted, took the number one spot in their first week! In their second week Big Bang fell to 5th place, however, there should be no hard feelings because Korean music group FT Island took first place!
Two weeks of Koreans taking the number one spot on the weekly Oricon album chart is super…sugoi?
Next, Big Bang’s album “The Ultimate - International Best” is currently ranking in the top five on the Oricon’s DAILY album chart on it’s release day. I expect this album to land in the lower top ten or the upper top twenty for the week.
2PM debuted at number four on the weekly singles chart and apparently set a new record for having the highest debut sales for their single “Take Off” beating SNSD’s record.
(For those unfamiliar with the Oricon, use the weekly charts to measure popularity not the daily charts. Daily charts are good for measuring the weekly but the weekly chart is the one you should be concerned with. Also the album chart is different from the singles chart.)
The girls SNSD and super star Jang Geun Suk (JGS) are still holding things down in the top twenty and Kara fell to 23rd. Since my last posting JGS actually spent another week in the top ten landing at number eight for that week.
At the time I’m viewing their cafe the join button is blue. You’re going to get a screen that wants details for SJ’s cafe so have an online translator ready for that. If you have any specific questions about the joining process feel free to get a hold of me again. :) I’ll make a screenshot of everything if it still doesn’t make sense.
Song Ji Sun was an announcer who was caught up in a large scandal recently. She claimed to be dating Doosan Bears player Im Taehoon for a year and six months only to have him publicly deny any relationship between them. She was viciously attacked online and history of her sexual past was made public. She was dealt a huge blow to her image. There are reports that she also had her Cyworld hacked during this time.
She jumped from the 19th story of an apartment building.
Please don’t let Allkpop dumb this down to “the guy said they weren’t dating so she jumped” for you. There was more to it than a guy saying they weren’t dating. I for one have left out chunks of detail due to my limited Korean.
Lastly, South Korea has the second highest suicide rate in the entire world please do not go “well, American/European/etc celebs commit suicide all the time.” Korea has the SECOND HIGHEST RATE IN THE WORLD; this isn’t a time to compare these things in the first place, however, if comparing is how you cope then do know that it’s unfounded.
지 - again hard to explain the function of 지…it has a wide range of functions apparently and in this case it’s being used to make a blunt statement. It’s a bit informal (which might explain why it’s hard to find clear explanations on). I’ll keep researching 지 and post what I find when I’m more confident.
말고 - can be used as do not, without
살아가다 - verb form of 살아가라, live, make a living,
라 - from 살아가라, used for emphasizes. He’s pretty much saying “Live!” instead of “Live.”
Does it look like any bulgoki you’ve ever had? It smelled like bulgoki I’ve had before but the ginger in it was very strong and I felt like I needed more onion. My mother who tried the bulgoki said it had a sharper taste than the stuff we’ve had before but said the rice was spot on.
Pros: It’s delicious whether I got it just right or not. I found out that rice vinegar doesn’t stain yellow shirts.
Cons: Oh my, that ginger. The ginger is something you will smell on your hands and taste for a couple days if you use too much.
One more picture! (and some extra information)
This was the bulgoki before it was cooked! This is right after I had mixed the meat with the marinade and let it sit for an hour. After it marinaded for an hour all of the meat was dark.
The smell was really strong as well! I remember smelling it and going “oh, that’s Asian” before I cooked it.
For those who want to follow the recipe the hardest thing to find for me was the rice wine. Little secret: Mirin or sake in general, which you probably will find in a stores Asian isle, is rice wine. I knew Mirin was rice wine so when I saw it I had to convince my mother to trust me (she was looking for something that said rice wine as was I) because Mirin is sweet rice wine. Lastly, soy sauce is a sodium bomb, for those worried about their health when it comes to sodium you may want to find alternatives.
It may or may not surprise you to find out that Korea’s democracy as it is today is fairly new. Even as recently as the 1980’s the people of South Korea were protesting against dictator like presidents.
One such event of protesting against a dictatorship was during the period of May 18th to the 27th in Gwangju.
The president at the time, Chun Doohwan, was a man who took control after a military coup and as such had a militaristic dictatorship. This coup happened December 1979.
At the time of the protest the group was labeled “rebels” and “communist sympathizers” by the Korean government. As of 2002 it has been acknowledged that this protest was in fact a democratic protest (joongangdaily.joins.com).
After the assignation of Park Chunghee martial law was declared and Prime Minister Choi Kyuha became president. Choi was overthrown in a military coup headed by Chun Doohwan. Since Chun gained his presidential power through a coup, the legitimacy of his presidency was questioned. College students began to have protests opposing Chun. On May 16th, it was decided by students of various universities that on May 22nd there would be a nation wide protest.
On May 17th universities were closed down due Chun imposing a heightened state of martial law. Political activity was also forbidden. Chun had done what he can to effectively squash protests. Troops were stationed outside all of Korea’s major cities, this included Gwangju.
The next day, students gathered around Chonnam National University and at 10 AM May 18th what is now sometimes referred to as the Gwangju Massacre officially began.
The protests were ultimately put down, harshly, by the Korean government. Special units troops were sent into the city and within 90 minutes the towns people had been defeated. This took place after over a week of protests and even after the protesters had gotten a hold of weapons.
I’m trying a Bulgoki recipe right now and I’m also going to make 밥. If things turn out well (and probably even if they don’t) I’ll post up pictures of everything. Since I am making Korean food I decided to post Korean terms related to food.
밥 - rice
반찬 - all the little side dishes you get with a Korean meal
콩나물 - Bean sprout banchan
겉절이 - fresh kimchi banchan
(콩나물 and 겉절이 I’ve had before, I wasn’t crazy about either though!)
국 - soup
물 - water
불고기 - BBQ Beef, it can be a bit spicy if you want it to be.
It seems I’ve rambled on into things you can eat and drink. Ah, well~
주세요 - please (literally means “give”, however, it is not rude)
감삽니다 - thank you! (Side note: When ㅂ is followed by ㄴit takes on an M sound)
Well, it least you can order at a Korean restaurant now.
It appears that I have misplaced the list I was originally working with. When I find it I’ll work with it again, however, this is another list I found of the most commonly used words in Korean. All learning is good learning!
그래 - yes, ok, alright, and if the question is negative it works as a no. (endic.naver.com)
In Korean answering questions are a bit weird at first, for example, if you are asked if you like coffee and you don’t like coffee the answer in English would probably be something like “No, I don’t like coffee,” however, in Korean you would say “Yes, I don’t like coffee” Or “Yes, that’s right” to agree with the negative statement.
너 커피을 싶지 않아요? (You do not want coffee?)
녀, 맞아요! (Yes, that is right! Indicating that you do not want coffee.)
I was flipping through channels yesterday and ended up on the channel that has a three hour block they call “M.Net (Korean Music)” (or something like that) and to my surprise a movie called May 18 (or 화려한 휴가 in Korean) was on. Since this block is only under the title “M.Net” I didn’t know what the movie was called; after some research I found it. It has Lee Junki in it as well! I will write a review of this movie after I sit down and watch it all.
For those unaware May 18 is a reference to the Gwangju Massacre…I will make a post about it soon.
Featured: MBLAQ, SNSD, Kara, Big Bang, and Jang Geun Suk!
MBLAQ took SECOND PLACE on the weekly Oricon! However, as of May 14th they have fallen completely out of the top 20 and 30. Which usually means it was just their fanbase buying the single…not a good thing (it usually means a flop, however second place on the weekly Oricon will still garner attention). They actually fell out of the top ten during their debut week so a number one position should not have been expected for their weekly spot. Here’s to hoping their next single fares better! Fighting MBLAQ!
Big Bang! These boys are taking Japan by storm with their album! I used to get very annoyed with over-zealous VIPs, who knew nothing of the Japanese Oricon, when they would always go around saying “well, big bang is dominating in Japan.” They honestly weren’t. However, that has changed! Their new album is taking the first place spot in the daily album chart and has been enjoying the view from the top for days! I’m willing to go out and say that this week belongs to Big Bang unless they, like MBLAQ, manage to go from a top spot to out of the top 10 completely. Their closest competitor is Namie Amuro who had the top spot last week. She is selling very consistently but the first day sales will help secure Big Bang the top spot this week.
Back to the Oricon Singles Chart:
Along with MBLAQ, SNSD and Jang Geun Suk are among the top 10! This makes week number two for SNSD and Jang Geun Suk. SNSD just can’t seem to top Jang Geun Suk when it comes to those weekly numbers but they are both doing very well!
Kara, while not in the top 10, are in the top 20! This is an accomplishment for Kara! Spending five weeks in the top 20 with four of them being in the top 10 is nothing to be downplayed. If you look at all the singles they’re surrounded by they have the earliest release date. Jet Coaster Love is a hit and I’m really impressed.
Korea District was accepted into Korea.com’s blog feed thing (classy English right there). That’s actually part of the reason I haven’t moved this blog yet because I don’t want to tell them “hey, I moved” when I’ve only been on their feed thing for less than a week. I feel like that’s a little much. (However, the post about moving got 2 dittos.)
Anyway I want to post this:
In a couple hours we may not be number one on the Top Blog thing, which doesn’t bother me but for this moment I’m very pleased. I will make more Kpop Korean Lessons, as well, since it’s also my favorite way to learn.