Aaaayyy Guuurl…



So, while I mention it briefly in passing, I tend to not write much about my experiences in things related to pop culture. I’m not quite sure why, I tend to fear that I might be considered “just another fangirl” writing about pretty boys on her website. So I avoid the subject.

However, while I might have a lot of other things going on in my life, like work and choir… I’m not going to deny that a large chunk of my time and interest (and sometimes income) goes towards my interest in pop-culture of the k-pop and Japanese theatre variety.

And so, I thought I would ask the people who read this: Would you be interested in hearing about my adventures in k-pop land as well? I ask this because a few weeks ago, I went to the JYJ concerts in Seoul, and decided to not write about it. However, over Christmas, I’ll be at the JYP Nation concert, seeing Goong the musical, and then seeing 2AM in concert. I’ll also be going to see 「姫子と7人のマモル」next week on a brief trip to Japan. Sometimes I like to write about what I thought. Sometimes I don’t.

If you’re interested in hearing about my interests regarding theatre and pop music and all the other stranger adventures I get up to here that involve my friends and boy bands we adore, leave me a comment to let me know, okay? I’d really appreciate it. Or, if commenting just isn’t your style, give the Facebook like button there a click to let me know. Or, hell, do both. It makes me feel loved. 1x1.trans Aaaayyy Guuurl...

And, just to give you a taste of what I may do in the future, here’s a video from after the JYJ concert, November 28th, 2010 at the Seoul Olympic Stadium. 1x1.trans Aaaayyy Guuurl...