YG Entertainment has made an announcement that’s gaining major public interest. YGE announced that they are currently in the works of putting together a charming and talented girl group; one that will be like ‘SNSD‘, but with some YG flair.
“We call someone a ‘pussy’ for being weak, even though the vagina contains incredibly strong muscles capable of pushing out human beings that weigh over three kilograms. When someone does something brave, we say they have ‘balls’, even though the testicles don’t seem to do much except hang around, produce sperm and get squeezed out the side of briefs as a gross party trick.”—
There is a coffee brand in Korea called “TOP” and their motto is “Korea’s basic food” so TOP used this in many of his rap song, saying he is “Korea’s basic love” since he share the same name as the popular drink.
I am Kim. For those who are new, I’m the head admin of this blog, for those who are old, you should know me by now. I’m sorry to say that due to lack of staff, I might have to close this blog. It’s a hard decision, I know. But, it was fun while it lasted. We have over 200…
How many of you are a fan of Kim’s scenarios and don’t want her to go? Kim needs some help to bring her big bang scenario blog back. This blog inspired me to create my scenario blog and I don’t want to see it go >.< if you guys don’t know about this blog give it a look-see, I can guarantee you, that you will not disappointed.
Lee Seung Ki and Kim Tae Hee rank 1st in the poll of ‘which celebrities that I want my kids to look like’. Seoul International Fair For Mother & Baby (we call is Bepe Baby Fair in the following) hosted a poll for 400 pregnant mothers about ‘which celebrities that they wnat their kids…
“When I signed a contract with SM and came in as a trainee, it was before the company became so big and famous so instead of coming to practise every day, I would come maybe once a month or even once every three months. The people at SM probably don’t remember me though. I didn’t stand out very much since I was only enthusiastic when it came to dancing. And I had ‘Prankster’ written all over my face, though I wouldn’t consider myself good looking now either. I could dance a bit but I wasn’t a very good singer so I think it must’ve been difficult for the company to do anything with me at the time. I remember sitting on the Shinhwa hyungs’ laps and playing with them, though I doubt they remember. (laughs)”—