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Hi everyone (or the one other person that visits this site besides me…haha),

I’m currently out of town visiting a friend. Updates will most likely resume on Monday. Have a great weekend!

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La La La Update

“Life is Wonderful” (from Wordplay)
Artist: Jason Mraz
Provided by: lyrics.net

It takes a crane to build a crane
It takes two floors to make a story
It takes an egg to make a hen
It takes a hen to make an egg
There is no end to what I’m saying

It takes a thought to make a word
And it takes some words to make an action
And it takes some work to make it work
It takes some good to make it hurt
It takes some bad for satisfaction

Chorus
Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful
Ah la la la la la la life goes full circle
Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful
Ah la la la la

It takes a night to make it dawn
And it takes a day to make you yawn brother
It takes some old to make you young
It takes some cold to know the sun
It takes the one to have the other

And it takes no time to fall in love
But it takes you years to know what love is
And it takes some fears to make you trust
It takes those tears to make it rust
It takes the dust to have it polished

Chorus
Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful
Ah la la la la la la life goes full circle
Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful
Ah la la la la

It takes some silence to make sound
And It takes a loss before you found it
And it takes a road to go nowhere
It takes a toll to make you care
It takes a hole to make a mountain

Chorus
Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful
Ah la la la la la la life goes full circle
Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful
Ah la la la la la la life is meaningful
Ah la la la la la la la la la la life is wonderful
Ah la la la la la la la la la la life is.. is so wonderful.. oh!
Ah la la la la la life is wonderful
Ah la la la la-ah
Ah la la la-ah ah-a ah-a

Bad Family OST

“Sarang Imnida” (It’s Love)
Artist: Go Hyun Wook
Translation by: joycekimxD

Through the pieces of the sunlight, I look at you
The soft wind makes your hair
slowly fall and go back
I love you, I really love you
to me, that empty heart is so absolute.

Chorus
You are smiling.. and you are smiling again
just with that I am living in heaven
through all the things my heart makes me do
loving you is what I am thankful for most.

If the room of my memories is so small and I can’t fit them all
I’ll erase me then
since I can’t throw you out
in this troubled world and tiring stories
when we’re together, we hear all this is a song
I love you, I love you
the words of the world are so unworthy
in this world, after having all the love
if we two have more love, then that is my heart
what makes me laugh and makes me live on
your other name is love.

Chorus

You are smiling.. and you are smiling again
just with that I am living in heaven
through all the things my heart makes me do
loving you is what I am thankful for most.

The MV

Hi

Hola everyone!

Sorry for the lack of updates lately. Last night, I spent hours working on a new banner only to have the program spaz out and shut down. It was very frustrating. However, I guess all in all it was a good thing (although my computer has been acting strange lately..hmm) because the banner that you now see on top is better than the one that I lost.

It’s the weekend so you know what that means: time to watch Rude Woman! After that, I’m probably going to work on “Eye Candy: Issue No.4.” In the meantime, here is some news that gives a big hint to who is going to be the focus of this issue.

Daniel Henney Stuns With Innate Language Skills

Pretty boy of the small screen Daniel Henney has become the hot topic among producers with his reported facility with languages. His roles in the TV drama My Name is Kim Sam Soon and Spring Waltz were of the gentlemanly type that melted the hearts of many young women, and in his new film Seducing Mr. Robin (directed by Kim Sang-woo), he speaks English, German, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Henney brings to life a Harvard Law School graduate who combines amazingly good looks with talent.

Henney, speaking English, is paired with Um Jung-hwa, who speaks Korean for a kind of global communication. Henney’s lines were originally translated from Korean into English and then the native English speaker fixed the script to make it sound natural. But he also showed a hitherto hidden skill when speaking Japanese. Although he has never studied the language, Henney is able to pull off an almost perfect dialogue in a scene where he is dealing with Japanese businessmen.

“When I heard Henney speak Japanese, I realized that he has an amazing skill for languages,” the executive producer says. “I hear that he made an MP3 recording and listened to it over and over again for practice.” The actor already has a fine command of German, which he showed off in “Spring Waltz” in the role of global manager Phillip. But what is more surprising than any of these is his Korean skill. He is almost completely comfortable with day-to-day Korean, and word is that Henney has no problems communicating with those on set. In the movie, the actor delivers a final flourish in what is a fiendishly difficult language for foreigners to learn.
Source: english.chosun.com

Updates

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 soompi.com from the links below. She’s very cute!

http://www.soompi.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=2824&st=4280

http://www.soompi.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=2824&st=4300

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!

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 radio.blog. 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!

WITH S2 Store

Hello everyone!

The K-drama subbing team WITH S2 has recently started a clothing drive. Please support soompi.com and support us in keeping fansubbing free for everyone. The link to the store is in the sidebar under “support with S2, support soompi.” Below is more detailed information about our new store. Thank you!

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Updates

Look to your right side bar and you’ll see two new additions to the column: the “Features” section and the “Sweet or Sour?” section. It’s a way to organize the blog a little bit better and also for you, dear blog visitors, to navigate easier.

“Features” section
The articles in this section primarily will be focused on Korean artistes. (Sort of like an introduction to Korean entertaiment and its star players for people who are new to K-entertaiment and would like to learn more about it.)

“Sweet or Sour?” section
The articles in this section are “my two cents” on the shows that I’ve seen. The ratings for the reviews will be based on a “sweet or sour” theme. Below are examples of ratings.