Mr. Goodbye

The Cast
Ahn Jae Wook- Yoon Hyun Suh
Lee Bo Young- Choi Young In
Jo Dong Hyuk- Kyle
Oh Yoon Ah- Kang Soo Jin

From left to right: Jo Dong Hyuk, Lee Bo Young, Ahn Jae Wook, and Oh Yoon Ah

Who is “Mr. Goodbye?”
Yoon Hyun Suh is known as “Mr. Goodbye” in the hotel world because wherever he goes, employees would usually be bidding farewell to their jobs.

The Storyline
What do you do when you’ve ran a marathon to win a travel prized package so that you and your significant other can go on a trip together only to discover that he has been cheating on you (with your best friend, no less) when you came to pick him up for the airport? Do you a) kill them with your bare hands, b) proceed to go back home and be depressed all day/week, c) try to exchange the plane tickets for money, or d) leave for the trip alone? Choi Young In chose (c), but when that didn’t work, she chose (d) and left for Las Vegas. Whether or not this was a wise decision, considering the turn of events that ensue, depends on the audience’s perspective. I, for one, thought that it was a wise choice.

It was on her trip to Las Vegas that she met Yoon Hyun Suh, a workaholic, hotel executive who does not let emotion or any of those “weak feelings” get in the way of his success in the business world. He is competitive and can be said to be ruthless. Although they did not meet nor depart on good terms in Las Vegas, fate brought them together again and they ended up working in the same hotel in Seoul, Korea. Of course, they start a relationship, but the question is: for two people with such opposite personalities, how long would they maintain the relationship? Lastly, do we, the audience, get a happy ending?

The Characters
Yoon Hyun Suh- It wasn’t shown clearly in the drama but from what I was able to deduce, he was abandoned by his mother and then was later adopted by another family. He is very competitive and always earns top marks, whether it is in academia while growing up or in the dog-eat-dog business world. Career-wise, he is very successful. Relationship-wise, it is a whole different story. He doesn’t like to express his thoughts and emotions, which at times, can lead to other people misunderstanding him. In other words, he’s a stoic. He lives alone and is somewhat obsessive-compulsive.

Choi Young In- During her childhood, her father left the family. Thus, as the eldest child, she took care of everything. (Also because her younger brother is so useless.) She has a very strong bond with her mother. Despite her sad childhood, she is a patient, straightforward, outgoing, and optimistic person. She says what’s on her mind and stands up for herself. However, she is not perfect as she also has her own insecurities, and that makes her more real. There is just this innocent and honest aura to her personality that makes her character very likable.

Kang Soo Jin- She is a doctor and also Hyun Suh’s college classmate. Without his knowledge and consent, she chose him as the sperm donor and gave birth to a boy. (During college, Hyun Suh was very poor and thus, donated his goods to a sperm bank to earn money.)

Kyle- He’s a hotel concierge who works with Hyun Suh in Las Vegas, and then later follows him to Seoul, Korea.

The Actors

Ahn Jae Wook- He does a good job at portraying the cold and lonely Yoon Hyun Suh. I felt his pain when he was sick and didn’t want to tell anyone, especially Young In. Those scenes were sad! Although he is supposed to be a heartless executive, he looks too friendly for the role, at times.

Lee Bo Young- She tends to overact in certain scenes with over the top facial expressions, especially when she is angry and/or frustrated. Other than that, her performance is good. She has terrific crying skills.

Jo Dong Hyuk- Not much emotion from this actor. Wooden.

Oh Yoon Ah- Great performance from this actress. She also looks very pretty with her flowing long hair.

The Chemistry
The two leads have great chemistry together. I love how honest and straightforward their relationship is; how Young In is able to understand so much about Hyun Suh without him even telling her much about his thoughts and feelings; and how much patient she has for him. I also like how their relationship is mature and not so melodramatic. Yes, they fight…who doesn’t? But they resolve the conflict quickly, without dragging it on and on.

The mother-son and father-son chemistry that Soo Jin and Hyun Suh have with Yoon is also amazing. It felt so real when Soo Jin scolded Yoon for leaving the school without telling her where he was. It was so sweet of Hyun Suh to dress up as Spider-man for Yoon so that his classmates will stop teasing him and calling him liar.

The Music
Similar to every other Korean drama, the music in here is awesome. Although, it can get too dramatic in certain scenes, overall, it’s good. I especially like the song in the opening sequence, which has a very nice saxophone intro and is very upbeat. It’s the type of song that you can dance it. I also like the song “Good Bye,” which is more mellow and sadder. It enhances the emotions in the drama very well, especially when it was played during the ending.

Memorable Moments
1. Yoon just bought several baby chicks as his pets and he’s sitting in KFC eating fried chicken. In a later scene, he meets Hyun Suh for the first time and started to imitate his every move. Hyun Suh threatens to cook the chicks and make fried chicken. Yoon’s response? “Hmm.. I like fried chicken. It’s yummy!” Hyun Suh’s reaction? “What the heck?!”

2. The fights and bantering moments between Hyun Suh and Young In.

3. When Young In is describing how alike both Kyle and Hyun Suh are, he asks her why then did she pick Hyun Suh and not him. Young In says that because Hyun Suh is lonely because has no one else; thus, he needs her more.
4. When Hyun Suh put aside all embarrassment and dresses up as Spider-man to cheer up Yoon.

5. The scene when Hyun Suh asks Yoon about what is one of the things that he’d like to do with his father. Yoon’s answer is that it’s peeing. His reasoning is that since he obviously cannot do that with his mom, he wants to try it with his dad. Although I frown on such behavior in a public environment, I like that scene because it is just too cute. (Watch the show and you’ll understand what I mean.)

6. Any scene with Yoon in it. That is one adorable kid! Kook kee oh!

7. The ending. Not the happiest of endings in the traditional sense but very satisfying. One of the best endings that would definitely be memorable in the audience’s heart.

General Comment
Why is it that Korean drama tend to showcase characters with personalities that we would aspire to have or want our significant others to have? At least the new dramas, that is. The men in Korean drama are almost always extremely suave and good looking. They are very clean and have great personalities. The New Age Sensitive, Metrosexual Men. (The group of men that is no where to be found in real life, by the way.)
On the female side, the characters tend to have such strong personality and resilience. They’re optimistic even though life often slaps them in the face. They have really good methods to cope with stressful situations. They stand up for themselves when others are being offensive and insulting to them. I love their sassiness! Sometimes, I wish that I, too, could be like that. But it’s so difficult. Anyway, in two words: they rock!

Sweet or Sour?

Sugar-free Hershey’s. At first, Mr. Goodbye looked unappealing to me because I have never seen Ahn Jae Wook in any shows before, have only watched Lee Bo Young briefly in The Last Dance Is For Me and didn’t really like her character in there because she played the typical K-drama villain. Eventually, I decided to watch it because the subtitles were out and other people were commenting about how good it was. And they were right. I’m glad that I didn’t pass this up. It is good.

Image credit: soompi thread

The King and the Clown

Currently, the Highest Grossing Film in the History of Korean Cinema

Recently, my friend discovered this wonderful movie and we had a very good conversation about it. Our discussion brought out several of the nuances and symbolisms embedded in the movie and really made me (and her) appreciate it more. So while I’m in “The King and the Clown mode,” I’ll post up some related goodies that hopefully you haven’t seen before. If you have, it’s really worth a second or even third look at them. Enjoy!

Main Trailer

Arirang TV Screen Flash (2006-02-08)

Arirang TV Showbiz Extra Coverage of the 43rd Daejong Film Festival (Grand Bell Awards)

“The King” reigned over the 43rd Daejong Film Festival (and several other award shows.)

(Gam Woo Sung looks really handsome and well-dressed at the award show. He has a reputation for being one of the hardest working actors in the business and I’m glad that he received his long overdue recognition. Aw, what a nice acceptance speech..very humble and sweet!)

“In-yeon” by Lee Sun Hee (I absolutely love this song! Lee Sun Hee’s voice is beautiful and she performs the song with so much emotion.)

“In-yeon” by Lee Sun Hee (with English subtitles courtesy of mirager)

To download the song, click the link below.

Awards at the 43rd Daejong Film Festival
Best Film- The King and the Clown
Best Director- Lee Jun Ik
Best Script/Scenario- Choi Seok Hwan
Best Cinematography- Ji Gil Woong
Best Leading Actor- Gam Woo Sung
Best New Actor- Lee Joon Ki
Best Supporting Actor- Yoo Hae Jin
Most Popular Actor- Lee Joon Ki
Most Popular Actress- Kang Seong Yeon
Most Popular Actor Overseas- Lee Joon Ki

If you’re interested, a well-written and very detailed review of the movie can be found here.

Also, if you’re still interested, a [lengthy] article about Lee Joon-Ik, the director of the movie, can be found here.

Notice the music that played in the background at the 43rd Daejong Film Festival everytime The King and the Clown won an award? You can listen to the full version on “La La La.”

For more YouTube clips about the movie with English subtitles, search for keyword “Arirang TV.”

Learn Korean
“yak su”- promise
“sa rang”- love
“in yeon” or “oon myung”- fate or destiny
“sun mool”- gift
-The above words can be found in the lyrics of the song. They are from my limited knowledge of the Korean language so please feel free to correct me if the definition and/or spelling is wrong.

If you haven’t seen The King and the Clown, do take a look at it. It’s a must-see movie!

doozy: Um, I went into a frenzy posting mode, didn’t I? Heehee. I’m just very excited that I now have someone to discuss Korean entertainment with because my friend is starting to appreciate Korean movies and dramas. Plus, I’m currently high on caffeine. Dang you, pearl tea. Dang you! *cartwheels*

The Bae Yong Joon Craze Continues…

Bae Yong-joon Drama Set Becomes Top Tourist Site

Up to 30,000 Japanese women will head to Jeju to catch a glimpse of Korean Wave star Bae Yong-joon, affectionately known as Yonsama in Japan. That is because on Sept. 5, shooting of Taewangsasingi, a story of the Grand King Gwanggaeto (375~413) of the Koguryo Kingdom, starts.

A promotional picture for the drama Taewangsasingi (meaning the four guardian gods of the king). The drama is a story about the life of the Grand King Gwanggaeto of the Koguryo Kingdom and features Bae Yong-joon./ courtesy of the drama’s fan club (

JAM Tour, which organizes exclusive tours to the shooting location, says it has been looking for customers from Japan and has already gathered some 5,000 female admirers of everyone’s favorite son-in-law. “Even though we explain that actually getting to see Bae Yong-joon shoot a scene won’t be easy, people are lining up to book,” a staffer says. Jam Tour coordinated the dates to match up with shooting times for the drama, and some 1,000 in batches of 200 are expected to visit the set in September alone. By the time filming wraps up next February, some 30,000 are expected to have taken the tour.

Agreeing to ban camcorders or cameras so as not to interfere with the filming, the company was awarded sole rights for the tours after six months of negotiations. A 63,000-pyeong (1 pyeong = 3.3m) set that includes a school for nobles and a royal palace and reproductions of the residences of aristocrats in Jeju city is about 75 percent finished.

Over 100 Japanese reporters crowded the set of April Snow with top Korean heartthrob Bae Yong-joon in Samcheok city, Gangwon Province on March 17, 2005. (Note: Walking beside Bae Yoon Joon is talented actress Son Ye Jin, his co-star in April Snow)

And already it has become the top tourist destination for Japanese women visiting the island. During the last six months, 31,240 Japanese women have visited Jeju, a 55 percent increase over the 21,000 that visited in the same period last year. Even though the public is not allowed on the entire construction site, 100-150 people can be seen standing around taking pictures every day.

The 24-episode series, which is chock-full of top stars, also features Choi Min-soo, Jung Jin-young, Park Sang-won and Moon So-ri. It will air starting in March next year.

doozy: Never fear, dear people! I’m trying to solve the mystery of the Bae Yong Joon craze. If anyone have any hints for me, please feel free to let me know. Your help is much appreciated.

Eye Candy: Issue no.3

The Drool-worthy NamJa of Korean Entertainment

Hyun Bin smile

Looks: A-
If you’ve seen the K-drama My Name is Kim Sam Soon, then you’d understand why Hyun Bin deserves to be on this list of hot men. With his tall and slim physique, he looks nice in any outfit, even those really feminine-looking ones (think: purple and pastel pink). His well-styled hair and flawless skin are also two of his best features. Hence, with what I’ve described thus far, you may be wondering why did I give him an A- in looks. The reason has to do to with his smile. Although he has very cute dimples, his smile is “nothing to write home about.” In many of the pictures as well as onscreen, it always looks so awkward and forced. He may very well be feeling very happy but sadly, his smile does not show the true feeling. Thus, the pictures of him that I like most are the ones where he has that serious, smoldering look. Those pictures are hotness!

Talent: A-
I’ve seen Hyun Bin in two shows: the K-drama My Name is Kim Sam Soon and the movie A Millionaire’s First Love. (I also watched Hyun Bin in Daddy Long Legs, but his role was only supporting/cameo so it’s difficult to comment his ability from that performance.) In both shows, his characters are very similar to each other; they are both rich, arrogant, have painful pasts, and end up falling in love with girls that are completely different than the ones they are used to encounter in their everyday life. Seeing how Hyun Bin’s character from A Millionaire’s First Love is not that much of a stretch from the one he plays in My Name is Kim Sam Soon, I can’t really evaluate his versatility as an actor. However, he gets an A- in talent because in those two shows, he plays the character very well. His next project is more on the [melo]dramatic side, so I really look forward to seeing if there is any new development in his acting capability because this is one actor with alot of potential.


Actor: Hyun Bin
Real Name: Kim Tae Pyung
Birthday: September 25, 1982
Blood Type: B
Height: 184 cm
Weight: 74 kg
Siblings: Parents and one older brother
School: Joong Ang University
Hobbies: (watching) Plays, Swimming, Basketball
Status: Single
Source: soompi thread


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Introduction on Hyun Bin

Just like the words of English poet Byron, the new-generation-star Hyun Bin has instantaneously joined the procession of top stars.

He decided to become an actor last July, and now he’s already a bright dazzling star–after only a year.

MBC series Nonstop 4 and drama Ireland, as well as the movie Spin Kick, these are all he got so far.

Hyun Bin walks the path of a movie star faster than anyone else, so it’s not wrong at all to say that he’s a “lightning star”.

This has added on the mysteriousness hidden behind him. Now it’s time to unveil it.

Actor: During the drama class in his Senior High Year 1, at the moment the audience cheered in applause after the first performance, he began to have the dream of becoming an actor. He pretended to go to the library while actually he went for the drama class. Of course in the end it was discovered and thus he was forbidden attend it anymore. However, in this world there are no parents who can remain perverse over their children when the children are more persistent than them, so eventually he was permitted to go to the drama class on the condition that he would get the entry qualification for Theatre Studies at Chung-Ang University. Of course he made it.

Bodyguard: This is the occupation of the role he played in his significant work Ireland, Kang Gook. This is also the title of the KBS drama Bodyguard, in which Hyun Bin made his debut appearance. Although he just played a minor role in the drama, he said that the drama has been a very precious experience for him. As he had familiarized himself with things related to bodyguards at that time, he could perform much better in Ireland later. (Side note: When Bi’s recent drama A Love To Kill was airing in Korean, many people compared Bi’s role with Hyun Bin’s character in Ireland, commenting on how Kang Bok Gu is a copy of Kang Gook.)

Character: He’s a rather reserved person who is shy to talk to strangers. It may not be a good character for an actor, but the artistic charisma he has is a wonderful gift that can develop himself into an actor.

Digital Camera: It is believed that the DC people spread my pictures over the net and made me a star. Recently I’ve also seen a lot of people holding mobile phones or digital cameras. But maybe because I’m not used to it yet, so whenever there are people trying to catch my picture, I’ll lower my head. Actually I should pose nicely for the fans.

Email: I really like to compose email, and I usually use email instead of telephones to chat with my friends. When I just started my acting career I even replied every single one of the email that my fans sent to me. But recently I’ve been really busy. Everyday I may receive thousands of email, yet since I’ve started the shooting of Ireland I don’t even have time for checking email. Some of the email may even be bounced back due to the exceeded storage in my mailbox as I haven’t deleted the older email. I’m really sorry about that.

Football: My favourite sport. Actually I’m a member of the stars football team led by Kim Soo Ro. Of course I’m the youngest in position, so I can only be a defensive player. But recently I’m arranged to be the forward because it’s said that I’m more famous now. Well, this makes me feel that I’m indeed getting famous.

Girlfriend: We broke up after I entered the entertainment industry. So far there’s no one yet. If I have girlfriend I’ll be nice to her with all my heart. But now I’m too busy, so I can’t look for a girlfriend yet.

Home: Since my parents moved to another place I’ve been staying together with my manager in a room. Of course the beds are separated, please don’t misunderstand anything.

IQ: I’ve forgotten the exact score, but I remember that it’s quite high. Judging from how I memorize the scriptures and how I settle myself down in a new environment, I should say that I’m quite smart.

Money: Seems like I haven’t earned a lot. Recently I’ve shot some commercials, so I do earn some. All my income goes to my mom, and I get 350,000 won from her every month. Is it too little? Actually I don’t really have the chance to spend it all, sometimes there’s even leftover.

Name: Kim Tae Pyung. Maybe a bit old-fashioned, but it’s really a good name, from which you can see that I’m not a hasty person. “Hyun Bin” means “shining brightly”, containing the ambition of becoming the star of the stars.

Oscar Award: The future goal. Maybe it’s too big, but I don’t think it’s impossible. The goal before this is to have the term “actor” become a prefix before my name. My childhood dream was similar to that of Ahn Sung Gi son-bae and Choi Min Sik son-bae, which is to become a policeman, and a person who can sacrifice oneself for the justice [huhu: the original texts here are a bit ambiguous in meaning, so I’m not sure if this is the correct meaning]. The biggest advantage of becoming an actor is to try to live the lives that one has never gone through before.

Skin: The most confident part of my body. Sometimes I even get the remarks that my skin is better than women’s. But staying up late for drama shooting has indeed hurt my skin. Beauty is a result of sleeping. Only until now I get to enter the beauty center to receive skincare treatment.

Tutor: The home-room teacher during my Senior High Year 2 and 3 is the most important tutor in my life. He emphasized more on the right way to behave than to merely study. As an actor, all the seniors (son-bae) are my tutors. Jung Woo Sung son-bae’s eyes, Park Joong Hoon son-bae’s unique charisma, and Song Kang Ho son-bae’s comedic performance, all these are what I need to learn.
Source: Baidu Hyun Bin’s Bar
Translated by: All rights reserved.
Special thanks: SeReNiTy

“Memory” MV by Kim Byun Su (Starring: Hyun Bin and Lee Da Hae)

Talent Search

Agency for BoA and TVXQ (a.k.a. DBSK) Searches for New Talent

By Seo Dong-shin
Staff Reporter

Seoul-based agency SM Entertainment yesterday announced a plan to tour 11 cities in the United States and Canada to recruit new talent for the entertainment industry.

SM Entertainment has fronted stars in representation of hallyu, or the Korean wave, across Asia, such as female singer BoA and boy bands TVXQ and Super Junior.

Regardless of age or nationality, all Asian candidates are welcome in the field of songwriting, singing, dancing, modeling and acting, according to the agency.

Starting in Los Angeles on Sept. 17, the agency will hold preliminary auditions in cities such as Houston, Seattle, New York, and San Francisco as well as Toronto and Vancouver.

“We encourage all those who have entertainment talents to apply. We expect Asia to become the next big hub of the world’s entertainment market,’’ an SM Entertainment official said.

Those interested can send resumes and photos to or register on-site at the auditions. For details visit:


Hola everyone!

Just got back from work and very tired and lazy to find K-entertainment news. Plus, I have an essay that needs to be done ASAP. Anyways, if you’d like to see new pictures of Lee Da Hae in CFs, check out her thread at from the links below. She’s very cute!

While you’re there, do drop a note to say hi or whatever you’d like. Keep the thread active. Heehee. Thanks!

In addition, I’ve updated “La La La” (the playlist). New songs include: “Sarang Am Ni Da” (OST from Bad Family), “How To Escape From The Sun- Gtr. Remix” (Bi/Rain), and “Big Big World” (Emilia). Enjoy!

Hasta la vista!

Jo In Sung, “Disappointed that nobody recognized me in Japan”

“I was disappointed that nobody recognized me in Japan, but I don’t understand how so many people could have come today.”

Jo In Sung met with 3,000 or so members of his official club on the 21st at 3pm and 7pm at the Tokyo Bunkyo Civic Big Hall.

Jo In Sung held a birthday party at the fan meeting and spoke with fans about his recent movie A Dirty Carnival as well as his personal life.

He also requested a camera to be installed on stage and took a picture of the 3,000 fans receiving applause.

Jo In Sung commented, “I’m nervous and is a rather different experience as I’ve never been on a stage this big. It is a completely different feeling from filming a drama or movie.”

Especially in regards to his trip to Japan, Jo In Sung said, “I backpacked for 5 days and 4 nights and toured the city riding the subway. I didn’t understand Japanese so I missed stops and had to walk for hours.” He also admitted that he was somewhat disappointed that nobody recognized him.

When asked by one fan about his girlfriend and thoughts about love, Jo In Sung responded, “I personally like the line from the movie Tian mi mi (Comrades: Almost a Love Story), ‘I believe the time I loved you most, was when you were not by my side.’ When two people meet for a long time, the flattering feelings and what seems to be the feeling of love may go away, but I believe that is true love. I believe one day I will be able to experience such love.” (Aw, what a sweetheart!)

Lastly, Jo In Sung said to his fans, “I will put effort into making my acting be with everyone, and hope that you will be on my side as I mature.”

Meanwhile, Jo In Sung will attend one more fan meeting on the 23rd in Osaka and return to Korea on the 25th.

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doozy: Wah~ He was backpacking in the city and NO ONE recognized him?! Does one need to be Bae Yong Joon in order to get some recognition in Japan? How could they? I mean, was he extremely crappy looking or what? That must be it because this is one tall, goodlooking man who starred in the popular drama What Happened in Bali and one of my favorite movies The Classic.
Jo In Sung sshi…next time, please let me know your travel plans ahead of time and I’ll be sure to bump into you “unintentionally” and I’ll definitely recognize you so that you won’t feel bad. Um… by the way, why were you wearing a bow on your neck at the event?!

Lee Jun Ki: Comic Book Hero?

Promo Cartoon Portrays King and Clown Star’s Life

The King and the Clown sold 12.3 million tickets, Korea’s no. 1 movie of all time until then, and the hero Gong-Gil, a man with a smile more beautiful than that of any woman, kicked off a syndrome all his own in the first half of this year. The success story of the actor who played him is now being portrayed in commercials for a juice drink called The Beauty Likes Pomegranate. Comic book artist Won Su-yeon, who is famous for Full House, joined hands with Lee Jun-ki, who is growing into the Korean film world’s blue chip, to portray Lee’s life in a comic strip.

The curtain has already risen on part 1 of the five-part series commercial. In the first installment: despite his parent’s objections, Lee Jun-ki leaves his home for the big city. He gets on the train, takes his seat, and starts thinking back on what his father said. Heaven and earth shake as his father bellows, “I didn’t raise my son to be an entertainer!” But in spite of the intense objection, he arrives at Seoul Station, and says, “No matter what anyone says, I am going to go my own way.” Of course the story has a happy ending.

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But the plan is to portray the pain, jealousy and envy the actor never believed were possible until he met with overnight success. No. 2 in the series will come out on Sept. 1, and by the end of October the entire legend of the actor’s success will be complete. The head of marketing with Lotte Chilsung, Kim Sang-tae, says, “We wanted to create a work of culture that was far from the normal PR materials and give something to the target consumer, girls in their teens and 20s, that they could enjoy.” After the Beauty Song TV commercial, the firm expects this to become another cultural icon, he added. The firm expects this to become another cultural icon, he added.

doozy: “…the hero Gong-Gil, a man with a smile more beautiful than that of any woman…” I completely agree with this phrase. In The King and the Clown, Gong-Gil is gorgeous! When I first saw Lee Jun Ki in the romantic comedy My Girl, I thought he was a woman! Everytime I see his pictures, I would always be jealous of his hair. The man has great hair, I tell you…heehee.

Blog’s Update

Introducing…a new addition to the blog! Yay! Woot woot! *pop open the champagne bottle and run around crazily* Heehee.

What is it, you ask? “Um…is it content that has some substance and is worth my time reading?” Haha, joking! (Or you’re not asking because by now, you’re not here at the blog reading this since you have long clicked that little “X” on the browser window and left the site because I’ve scared you away.)

Um, anyway…I’ve discovered a super cool technology in the blosgosphere, and that is So, if you look on the right side bar, I’ve put up a few of my favorite songs for your listening pleasure.

Hope y’all like them!