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selhia What an emotional video. Shows that my girls are human. But I already knew that. (Unlike the idiot above me.)

yes because nothing is scripted in the korean entertainment business
get a reality check faggot
Did I offend you? Well, ain't life a bitch? But if it makes you feel better, keep spending your time on something you don't care about.
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Post subject: Re: 2NE1 – All Or Nothing “The Interview” (Eng Subs) Posted: Jan 21, 2014 @ 3:20 pm
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adamkwon ya

it would be more awkward if a guy told me he was straight
Post subject: Re: Have you ever dated a gay/homosexual person? Posted: Aug 22, 2013 @ 3:14 pm
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wonwon Isn't there something in the kps rule about how you treat others? Why can't a certain someone discuss like a mature grown up instead of attacking with personal insults as soon as you get the chance.

Its cause a certain someone has no decent arguments so he peppers his posts with insults. I honestly don't even know why he comes here, its not like he likes kpop as music. He just comes here to insult girls who are most likely younger than him. What a pathetic life.

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAA
You're one to talk, you were the one evading my arguments in the other thread you little pussy, you just kept whining I said some bad words to you as an excuse to not address the arguments I've made.
Fag

I never 'evaded' your 'arguments' you little dipshit. Your only arguments were based on assumption and cowardly insults, I did address things you said but you're too thick to understand anything beyond what comes out of your own mouth. So anyways, your life must be pretty sad if this is what you do with your free time.
Post subject: Re: 2NE1 – All Or Nothing “The Interview” (Eng Subs) Posted: Jan 21, 2014 @ 7:58 pm
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neojasnee http://thesunnytown.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/hwang-sang-hoon.jpg?w=675&h=1028

Sports Seoul met with composer Hwang Sang Hoon (24) for an interview published on January 8th. He’s famous for the memorial song released last year for the second battle of Yeonpyeong.

◆ "2013 was the year I receieved a lot of love [from the public], I want to be honest now."

- Coming out doesn’t seem to be such an easy decision to make….
It wasn’t an easy decision, but I received a lot of love from the public last year after I made the memorial song for the second battle of Yeonpyeong. I found myself in a situation where my cell phone number was revealed on social networks or on forums and I received dozens of phone calls and texts of support a day. I can’t tell you how thankful I am. Seeing this, I wondered which behavior I should keep. I could have repaid people through good music and activities, but more than anything, I felt it was important for me to be sincere. I found the courage to tell the truth I was keeping to myself. I’m bisexual.

- Is it true that no one in your family or your friends knew about this?
4 of my high school friends I’m really close with it knew it because they gave me unconditional support. They are friends who were by my side when I was figuring out my orientation. After finding out, they’re the ones who gave me constantly the biggest support. I don’t know about my family. My little sister knows, my parents don’t know yet, but they believe in me.

- Since when have you felt a change in your sexual identity?
I felt contradictory feelings when I was in high school.The feelings I had when I saw girls, I felt them toward men too. The first time I felt it was with one of my 4 close friends. I was a teenager back then, so I thought "I’m mistaking friendship for love". He was a friend who was mentally and physically strong. This was the first time I was so overwhelmed by someone, it was subtle. I realized that my feelings for a guy more mature than me were exactly the same than what I felt when I saw a girl.

- You must have gone through some hard internal conflict on your own.
I wondered if this was me wandering because I was young. I was a smart kid who was thinking about going to Seoul University, Yonsei University or Goryo University (t/n: they’re top 3 universities). At this important time I needed to think, I had to deal with all these feelings as well as the suicide of someone from my family. To make things worse, I found out I had a brain disease. The doctor said that since I would carry this disease all my life, the most important for me was to not get any mental or physical stress. I couldn’t go to the college I wanted, from that moment I was really shaken up. I felt I was in hell at an age when I had a brilliant future ahead.

- When did the doubts turn into certainty?
Instead of figuring out my sexual orientation because of some particular occasion, I figured it out through a natural process. "I’m a bit different from other people", "this isn’t some fleeting wandering" are the kind of thoughts I had. I came to understand it through thousands and thousands internal conflicts. My own judgement was important, but I read public material about bisexuality and I realized it was exactly my story. If you can say I was still between this and that when I was in high scool, you can say I was sure at 22 after I finished my military service.

◆ "The army changed my life."

- So you had worries from between the moment you graduated from high school when you were 20 and the moment you finished your military service when you were 22. Wasn’t the army life difficult for you?
I turned 20 and I spent about seven months doing some awful wandering before going to the army. I told myself "let’s see how far you can get messed up", so I even worked for a host bar. I just did any shameful thing that could be morally criticized without even realizing it. It wasn’t about expressing my anger about the world and other people, all of this was directed toward me.
Suddenly, I looked in the mirror, I realized how wicked I had become because even my gaze was mean. I thought I wouldn’t be able to put an end to this lifestyle on my own, so I decided to go to the army. Since I have a brain disease, I could have served under active duty or be exempted, but I wanted to serve as an active-duty soldier, so I applied to be a conscripted policeman. You asked if the army life was hard? It radically changed my life.

- You’re saying it changed your life?
Each weekend, I was ordered to do volunteer work at nursery homes, centers for the disabled, lonely senior citizens’ homes. At first, I hated it because it smelled and it was dirty. Just a few months before, my job at a host bar let me have money that no 20-year-old person could even touch and I was living a good life the way I wanted to. Because I had been corrupted by society, it was hard. A month passed, then two, then a year and I realized I had changed. The real happiness isn’t about basking in pleasure, I realized that it was offering my life to others with small sacrifices on my part.
While I was serving as a conscripted policeman, I arrested more than 200 criminals such as thieves, con artists, rapists. These were the cases we had the most. Before I got discharged as a sergeant, I personnally made the emergency arrest of a suspect in a group murder case in Daegu and I received commendation from the Daegu police station for this. The serious crime squad detective(s) also struggled when they received it (?). (laugh) I washed away my previous life, I worked hard while I was serving and I got discharged. My life had made a 180° turn in the end.

- To the point where you were able to be sure of your sexual orientation?
As I was healing myself, I also came to terms with all this internal conflict. "It’s nothing to be ashamed about", "let’s do it right now", "let’s acknowledge myself", that’s what I decided to do. After my discharge from the army, I was sure. It’s not about loving "men" or "women", my orientation is loving "a person".

- When you live a one-dimensional life, compared to homosexuals, isn’t it easier to hide that you’re bisexual?
You’re right if you’re asking if my intention was rather to experience hardships on purpose. However, what I’m saying is that I love "someone" [for the person he/she is]. It’s not the binary logic of "man" and "woman". I think it’s nothing to be ashamed of or shy about because it’s [still] a person who loves another person. There are still a lot of bisexual people who hide, I hope that they will get strength after my coming out. Gay, bi, lesbian, transgender and all people from sexual minorities are human beings. It’s just a matter of different preferences.

◆ "Hong Suk Chun is someone I respect, I want to meet him."

- Last year, Kim Jho Kwang Soo and Kim Seung Hwan held the first gay wedding. What did you think about that?
This marked a new era within the LGBT community. They named their wedding "One Fine Day, the righteous wedding". It was a natural and beautiful wedding, I gave them my blessing and congratulations. However, I was really hurt by the trash incident. Of course, the wedding could be seen as disgusting and sickening, but no critic/attack should have been made. I think that people must acknowledge us, even if they don’t understand us.

- When there’s a discussion about sexual minorities, one cannot leave Hong Suk Chun out.
Hong Suk Chun-hyungnim is someone I respect a lot. It’s not easy to come out in our era, but it was amazing of him to come out in the early 2000′s. Although he was boycotted from broadcast stations for a long time, he didn’t give up on his profession and in the end, he overcame everything. Today, he’s the most popular. The perception of the majority is important, but I think the behaviour of sexual minorities is important too. Instead of demanding unconditional understanding, I hope they’d humbly accept every opinion and reaction.
This is something Hong Suk Chun-hyungnim did with no rejection as he made a happy caricature of his own preference. I saw him in one episode of "Healing Camp" and I cried a lot. If I could be granted one wish, it would be to become friends with Hong Suk Chun-hyungnim. If there’s an opportunity, I’d like to make music with him. And just on a human level, I want to be friends with him. He’s such an awesome person.

- We’re under the impression that there are a lot of sexual minorities in the entertainment and arts fields.
I don’t know if it’s because they are people full of talent… I guess it seems there are more of them compared to other fields, but I wouldn’t say that. I don’t know how you’d establish detailed stats based just on what people say while you have also those who hide. However, outing someone is sheer murder. Exaggerating the few rumors you heard by accident is criminal. You should come out on your own terms and when the people around you gave you enough strength to do it. There are many people who commit suicide because they are outed. It’s an important issue.

◆ "After the memorial song for the second battle of Yeonpyeong, I’m now working on various lectures and musical projects"

- I heard you give lectures.
After my discharge, I chose to give lectures as a way to share my happiness. I gave lectures in police stations, in correctional institutions, army prisons, youth detention centers. I talked about the suffering I went through in the past. I gave lectures in those places neglected by society, now that I’ve made my coming out, I want to give lectures for LGBT people.

- Under the name "Beautiful Boy" you made the second battle of Yeonpyeong’s memorial song last year.
I wanted to extend my lectures and do activities a bit more constantly. And I remembered about music. I’m from Daegu and I attended the Silyong Music Academy. This was where I met Haze who was in Superstar K 3′s Top 11. We became friends and we made the "Beautiful Boy" project together. The narration is by UFC world champion Jung Chang Sung. Because it was a patriotic project, he helped us out a lot. Last year, we only revealed a Youtube version. We’re planning to release the official single for the 12th anniversary on June 29th. I think all benefits from concerts, copyrights and sales will be donated to the bereaved families or organizations related to them.

- Do you plan to work on other projects?
I have so many. Lately, I’ve been working on a project song dedicated to patriot Jeon Tae Il who met his death because of practical/realistic problems. Scars were left behind, but it became a medicine. When there’s a mountain you have to climb, you must have the goal to overcome it. Also, I’m working on a project to give strength and hope for the 11th anniversary of Daegu subway’s tragedy. Some people ask if I only write songs about social issues and tragedies. Of course, I’ll write love songs or other types of songs, but first, I want to start with songs giving hope.

- There might be people to give you the side eye and see your coming out as a way to make the headlines for your project.
Some people can see it that way. However, making my "Beautiful Boy" project known through my coming out would have been very reckless and also a big risk. I received a lot of love last year for my memorial song. This year, I needed a reset for a new start, so I revealed it with an "I won’t lie" mindset. This is something I could have revealed at any time, it just happens that it is now.

- What reactions are you hoping for?
This coming out means for me to lay down my sincere feelings, so I’ll endure everything at 100%, be it support, courage, critics, harsh comments. I’ll accept with gratitude any kind of perception or reaction. The "Beautiful Boy" project will be full with problems within our society that must be adressed, so I hope all citizens will cherish courage and hope.

- Is there a message you want tell to LGBT people?
Instead of forcing understanding upon the majority, I hope you will show patience while accepting with humility their negative reactions and critics. This could make them open their hearts. Carrying a modest, humble, thankful, good-natured heart is necessary for LGBT people. I want to give love, support and hugs to all of you.

source: http://thesunnytown....full-interview/
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Calannie
kurumi wrote:
Calannie wrote:My nails are the color of my boogers and ass crack cuz that's what I been touching. lawlz

remind me never to read your posts while eating dinner u nasty hoe

I laughed so hard I almost peed myself lol
Post subject: Re: What color are your nails right now? Posted: Jan 21, 2014 @ 8:12 pm
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kurumi
Calannie wrote:My nails are the color of my boogers and ass crack cuz that's what I been touching. lawlz

remind me never to read your posts while eating dinner u nasty hoe
Post subject: Re: What color are your nails right now? Posted: Jan 21, 2014 @ 8:09 pm
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Tatsu Because it might not be real.

Lolololololololollolololololololololololololololol XD

Explain this dad, then Explain this. :lol: :lol: :lol:
Post subject: My dad told me not to believe everything on the Internet... Posted: Jan 22, 2014 @ 12:52 pm
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kurumi Hmmm I'm gonna tag Hapeuxx , kurumi , and..... Imperfection_xoxo19

1. When is my birthday?
2. What's my favorite color?
3. What is my real name?
4. Who are my ultimate biases?
5. What is my bias group?
6. Since when I've been into KPOP?
7. What is my favorite kpop song?
8. What is my favorite non-kpop song?

I will be shocked out of my mind to see if any of the people I tagged can guess at least one of these questions correctly. I literally met all of you like a couple of days ago. And plus I can barely answer these for myself. Good luck! :grin:
lawl i dont know anything about you

1. feb 18
2. blue
3. nickie
4. G-dragon
5. big bang
6. 2012
7. every ukiss song should be your favorite song
8. the pokemon theme song

i wont tag anyone lol
Post subject: Re: Tag one of your KPS friends and see how much he/she knows you! Posted: Jan 22, 2014 @ 1:58 pm
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Calannie
lol 'muricans are so quickly butthurt
ZOMG EVERYTHING IS SO RACIST
But it's not even just Americans, so I don't know what your point is.

Can't imagine any other country getting so butthurt about it
Oh I get it. In this article America is black and considers all black comments as racist.
In any OTHER article, we are white ignorant rednecks.

Make up your fucking mind.
Post subject: Re: GOT7 has foreign fans talking because of their "racist" comments Posted: Jan 22, 2014 @ 12:02 pm
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kurumi Hmmm I'm gonna tag Hapeuxx , kurumi , and..... Imperfection_xoxo19

1. When is my birthday?
2. What's my favorite color?
3. What is my real name?
4. Who are my ultimate biases?
5. What is my bias group?
6. Since when I've been into KPOP?
7. What is my favorite kpop song?
8. What is my favorite non-kpop song?

I will be shocked out of my mind to see if any of the people I tagged can guess at least one of these questions correctly. I literally met all of you like a couple of days ago. And plus I can barely answer these for myself. Good luck! :grin:
lawl i dont know anything about you

1. feb 18
2. blue
3. nickie
4. G-dragon
5. big bang
6. 2012
7. every ukiss song should be your favorite song
8. the pokemon theme song

i wont tag anyone lol


Oh my G.O.D! You actually got 5 out of 8 of those right! Number 7 was sorta right my fave K-pop song is Standing Still by U-KISS, my real name is Nicole, my b-day is feb 23 and my favorite non-kpop song is What Is Your Name Japanese Versions by Team H, that song is the shit! No I'm kidding about my fave non-kpop song I don't have one unless Raining Tacos by Parry Gripp is an option.
lol i just guessed on all of them xD
Post subject: Re: Tag one of your KPS friends and see how much he/she knows you! Posted: Jan 22, 2014 @ 4:39 pm
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hjlbkjljkn;
Post subject: Lemme introduce myself *clears throat* Posted: Jan 22, 2014 @ 6:21 pm
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Calannie The best city is usually the one you AREN'T living in.
Post subject: Re: What is the best US city? Posted: Jan 22, 2014 @ 7:42 pm
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huhlo omg our phones are so similarly cheap <3
Post subject: Re: this random guy keeps calling me Posted: Jan 22, 2014 @ 5:40 pm
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KrisTheNoonaSlayer I'm intolerant to the point where I get really gassy, but it never really hurts or makes me sick. I love dairy. I can't really picture my life without endless amounts of cheese pretty much on EVERYTHING. I feel like if I gave it up, my quality of life would suffer.

So instead I make everyone else suffer with my methane cuddles.
Post subject: Re: Are you lactose intolerant? Posted: Jan 23, 2014 @ 5:37 am
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skyturtle

Old ass buildings with cool ass graffiti.
Post subject: Re: Picture that depicts your city well Posted: Aug 24, 2013 @ 12:43 am
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Kenjumma Its a sign, don't shave your head.

You're going to die.
Post subject: Re: I woke up today with chest pain Posted: Jan 23, 2014 @ 2:23 pm
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anjel5521 acid
But specifically salicylic and alpha hydroxy acids are really good.
Products with benzoyl peroxide are also REALLY REALLY good. I recommend if you don't wanna get an RX from a dermatologist that you go with something over the counter like Persagel as a topical cream for your acne. It'll do wonders. If you can't find persagel in your drugstore (which you should be able to) then get a similar product. The active ingredient is just benzoyl peroxide and I know Clearasil (i think that's the brand?) makes a good one. Even target's store brand of it is good.

Spot treatment is good. Make sure you exfoliate AT LEAST once a week, and cleanse really well once or twice daily . Apply moisturizer even if you have oily skin cause it'll prevent your skin from overproducing oil and sebum and crap.
Post subject: Re: How do u get rid of pimples? Posted: May 20, 2013 @ 6:52 pm
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BruceLeeroy go to a really good massage place ( no not the "happy ending massage places") but facial massages
you'd probably be in pain for an hr or so depending on how many pimples you have on ur face...
they extract it, use a needle to poke it and pop it with a tool...

or
go to korea and get something called ip laser
unless u have $$$ to go to a dermatologist here in the states where everything cost a fortune
how do you have the confidence to walk into a shop and say "hey, can you pop all my zits for me?!" i feel that ppl who have severe acne dont have the self esteem to go in and say something liek that
Post subject: Re: How do u get rid of pimples? Posted: May 24, 2013 @ 7:21 pm
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RaveMasterSama UlzzangNicky

Hey! Welcome to the thread! I'm RMS, eighteen years old, from Vancouver, and TOP biased! Hope you have fun here!

Also, my roommate will add her commentary to my posts every so often. Just so you're aware.

(Mari-cchi: Hello! I am Mari-cchi, RMS's lovely roommate. I'm a SeungRi bias and far more dedicated than RMS.)

Welcome! Hope you stick around!
Post subject: Re: Official BIG BANG Thread Posted: Jan 23, 2014 @ 3:57 pm
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kurumi

I tried video taping it but because I have a sucky camera it kept dying. And no one will watch me sleep lol selfish bastards.
ask a light sleeper in your family to share a bed with you for the night? maybe you hit yourself in your sleep
https://www.google.com/search?q=waking+up+with+bruises&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

I've done that and she said she never wanted to share a bed with me again because I hit her in the face.
lol then you probably move a lot in your sleep and hit yourself.
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