Halloween Costumes – KPop and Me

I’ve always liked dressing up for Halloween. The more elaborate the better. The most recent times, I’ve been obsessed with top hats. Last year, I was the Mad Hatter. This year…well… I’ll tell you later.

The thing is, at the end of Halloween last year, I wanted to recreate VIXX’s Voodoo Doll concept. 

And try something like this…

Yes, Including Microphone skull thingy. 

So, I go to thinking what else I could try. VIXX being one of my faves has so many!


Voodoo Doll as mentioned above.

Dark angel concept.

Their recent one… 

Dark gods concept…

I suppose others could easily pinpoint other groups. And other people. 

Perfect! LOL! 


The thing is, VIXX has also done wolves…

And a Chinese thingy concept.

I really liked that!

However, back to this year’s Halloween costume. Ugh, I was hoping for something like this…

But instead I have to go in something like this…

Life just isn’t fair!!!!

However, I guess it’s better than these…

Maybe one day, I can pull off this…

I don’t think so. But I sorta pulled this one off.

Too bad it wasn’t Halloween!

On that note…

Happy Halloween!


KPOP and Me – Park Yoochun



read somewhere that in a little interview for his latest drama, Yuchun said that if his feeling was deep into the other person, he would be able to reveal his relationship.  Is that a dig?  And to whom is it directed to?  YunJae?  LOL!  Or his other half?  Yuchun is… like a double edged sword.  He’s smart with word plays.  And considering his words… I don’t know.  But Yuchun being Yuchun means he’s making a dig AND teasing someone. 
I want to know the private messages that went flying into his phone after that went out!  Wouldn’t you? I think I’ll miss this YunJae fan club President most when he goes for his service. I’m also wondering why his other half is in Hawaii during the time that Yoochun is about to enter the service. The pictures of Junsu are…lonely.  Perhaps Yoochun said, “I don’t want to see you send me to the center. I might cry.”
So Junsu went halfway out into the middle of the Pacific Ocean to “recuperate” from his musical.

But he left with an attention stealing beacon, didn’t he? The orange hair is a great beacon, neh?!?!


KPOP and me – Dong Bang 5hin Ki possible Reunion 2014?

Did I read that right?!?!?! Really?!?!? The news says that Kim Jaejoong, Park Yoochun, Kim Junsu, Jung Yunho, and Shim Changmin are scheduled to appear at a premiere on November 24, 2014. However, knowing how things like these go, I think we won’t see them. They will not meet. Most likely, TVX2 will find that they had another appointment to keep.


However, if…. IF!!!! they do meet, then November 24th, 2014, will be a game changer. Of course, that will depend on HOW they all face each other.

BUT!!!! If they do meet, oh my Gawd!!!! Cassiopeia will all be screaming idiots…

However, the ramifications of such a thing will mean two things…

One, it was okayed by SME.

Two, it was okayed by ALL FIVE members.

Then we can start concluding that SME is paving the road to having the FIVE GODS being on stage together again. And/Or they are paving the way to allowing Jung Yunho and Shim Changmin to co-star in movies, dramas, and musicals with award winning movie actor, Park Yoochun ,as well as his two incredibly name dropping
friends, Kim Jaejoong and award winning theatrical actor,  Kim Junsu.

I have always believed that there is more to the story of these 5 gods breaking their family apart than whatever is said in the media. And I have a niggling feeling that it’s more than slave contracts and unequal distribution of profits. Nor is it blind loyalty and traitorous agendas on any of their parts. There is something missing that we are not privy to. And their case is so uniquely different from all the other litigation cases filed against SME. So, I wish someone would go to SK and do some deep undercover digging because there is something there that doesn’t sit well with me.

Either way… I’m waiting with bated breath for news on November 24th… Did they or did they not??? How does it go again??? Hesso annesso? Or something like that… LOL.

JYJ! Fighting!!! TVX2 please go… It can only do your image and SME’s image good. And considering that their stocks have gone down lately, this act of *AHEM!* goodwill can only bring in more profits. After all, Jung Yunho and Shim Changmin are in their late 20s, soon to be ready for the military. And SME’s younger acts aren’t garnering as much attention… TVX2 are still garnering attention, but their time as a duo is almost coming to an end. There has to be a next step. And something SME and TVX2 members are going to have to figure out.

KPOP and me – JYJ – The Return of the King – a Rant


Ah!  I can’t wait to hear what JYJ has to offer.  Seriously, I can’t.  BUT, this article isn’t about what JYJ has to offer, but a…REPLY… yes, that’s a good word… reply to the article about how the title “The Return of the King” is bringing back the tension between the current duo TVXQ and JYJ.  Let me just explain one thing, the tension had always been there.  And without the tension, you wouldn’t have TVXQ or JYJ.  Wait, let me rephrase that… There would be no TVXQ duo without that tension.  Period. SM played on that card and definitely JYJ, too. People listen to both to compare and contrast because they were once DB5K.
Do I have a JYJ bias?  Yes.  And only because in my mind, JYJ has the better suite of talent than what is left of the current TVXQ.  And of the current TVXQ, the reason why Jung Yunho and Shim Changmin aren’t even on the radar of talent is because they showcase what SM wants them to do.  And the two boys haven’t broken out of that mold.  Or haven’t been allowed to. Yes, they’ve matured (gotten older) and look better in suits nowadays, but their songs are still cookie cutter ones. They also haven’t ventured far from their scripted agendas. Whereas I’m surprised by the offerings from Junsu and Jaejoong and quite delightfully surprised with Yuchun’s growth in acting.
The current TVXQ is on the charts only because there is that tension between TVXQ and JYJ.  They are lucky to have such devoted fans. 
Now as for the title of JYJ’s concert “The Return of the King”, so what if they borrow the concept of TVXQ?  If they really thought about it, they should have said, “The Return of the Gods.” (Now, THAT would have warranted the ranting and raving because JYJ would have pointed out that they are way ABOVE the current TVXQ duo  instead of leveling their status to them.) And it’s not even in plural as if they deliberately left out the “s” so that it is just ONE person.  Is it?  Until I find out what they are offering, I can’t say if the title is true to the form or not.  There are five kings in DBSK or five gods.  While TVXQ is left with two, the title here should have said, “The Return of the KINGS” if they were really taunting SM.  And yes, I think it’s a good taunt towards SM since I don’t think that they aim their arrows at the two who are their brothers even though they’re separated by a stupid power play of a big company afraid of small fry. 
  **** Seriously?  The power of the three together must be THAT BIG to SM that they want to block JYJ at every turn.  Or revenge?  I don’t know.  However I look at it, JYJ must have some major talent power for SM to be SOOO scared of them being in the same programs, doing the same things that all other idols are doing.  Here is the zenith of South Korean mega watt talents, JYJ!  And if you want people to even get any attention to YOUR idols, you have to block these three! This is what I feel SM is saying.  Because all these years, they’re that scared to let the three compete with their talents fairly?  Kim Jaejoong, Park Yuchun and Kim Junsu are already turning into their 30s as is Jung Yunho and Shim Changmin.  Their looks and –for some of them passable talents – will be overshadowed by men like Jung Yong Hwa, Jung Joon Young, Big Bang, EXO, BtoB –these guys sound so good as a group!, Block B, etc.) In KPop, nothing is forever.  Your youth only carries  you so far.****
Dong Bang Shin Ki were five gods.  They were the kings of KPop when they were together, for SM to even put in the words “The return of the Kings” when they are no longer five was upsetting or at least to me, irritating.  Okay.  So, C-Jes and the three boys are going to use the same words.  What of it?  I didn’t say a word about the returning kings Changmin and Yunho but only waited for what their album had to offer, which.. well, it’s the same SM stuff that I hear with EXO.  I’d rather listen to EXO.  I want something new from Yunho and Changmin.  Something that says they’re really fit for the crown of Kings, not Princes like EXO. 
Junsu and Jaejoong had proven their mettle.  I’m still waiting for Yuchun, but the other two had come out as Kings in their chosen musical genres.  Hell! Junsu even had a throne in Tantallegra!  And Junsu is playing Dracula in a musical.  Who can top the King of bloodsuckers?
Even with all these hoopla, the phrase “The Return of the King” really should be credited to Tolkien.  But you don’t see him bitching, do you?


KPOP and me – Future CEOs from KPOP – my opinion

I have to laugh.  Sometimes, I wonder about KPop and the insane adulation that people place on the idols.  There was a poll on the internet that asked who would make future KPop CEOs.  The discussion listed G-Dragon, BOA, some other people and Kim Jaejoong of JYJ.  Some people said Seungri of Big Bang would be a good one.  Here are my thoughts.

Even before he started AOMG, I already had Jay Park pegged as a contender for an Entertainment company CEO.  Jay is the classic go-getter.  He’s not afraid of setbacks and while he’s certainly talented, he also knows how to pick talent. But he’s a risk taker.  I didn’t expect him to create his entertainment business so soon.   Even if AOMG collapses, I’m sure that Jay Park will become one of South Korea’s entertainment moguls.  I hope he’ll be in a position to swallow JYP in a decade or so.  I’d love to see that day! To me, he’s the only one I can say for sure can capture Park Jin Young’s love for dance and music that’s a signature for JYP artists.
I agree with the people that picked JYJ as future CEOs.  Lee Soo Man will die eventually since all humans aren’t immortals.  Hah!  And I have every fantasy that SM investors will come crawling to JYJ’s door and begging them to take over.

SM entertainment is a publicly traded company.  Their CEOs and leaders are at the mercy of their stockholders.  If the CEO can’t perform in garnering more profit for a company, the stockholders start shoveling shares.  The value of the company plummets.  It’s not enough to know how the entertainment industry works.  One also needs to know how the world works and how money in business works. 
People have gotten the wrong image of tragically beautiful, blonde bombshell Kim Jaejoong.  They have done the same to beautifully greasy (why is he greasy?  I don’t know..) Park Yuchun and baby faced, always smiling Kim Junsu.  Oh, believe me, the fan fics and stories have all given me the idea that if DBSK were together, they’d choose Yunho as the CEO.  Hah!  Yunho and Changmin are afraid of risk.  They’re more followers than innovators and a CEO needs to be the one to make tough decisions.  JYJ breaking away from SM despite the uncertainty in their future are just like phoenixes dying before they can rise again.  These three men are tempered in fire and their mettle are hard.  Here are samurai swords.  Wield them at your peril.
Of the three, I think the strongest is Kim Jaejoong in terms of business skills and management.  He’s ventured into different genres be it in his singing or in his acting.  He’s not afraid to push his limits.  Beautiful, you might call this man, but he’s got a deadly side as well.  Something must have happened with his coffee place business and decided to pull out his name and investment.  He’s not afraid to cut losses and start something else.  He’s not afraid of taking risks.  He’s not afraid to fail and get back up. He’s a social networker.  His circle of friends is varied and far flung.  I would probably count a few government movers and shakers among them.  Hell, I’d encourage him to take up political science and get into the political game.  He’s the kind of man that could probably swim in those murky waters and clean it up as he goes.  This is the kind of person you will need to head a big corporation like SM.  He understands the worth of social networking.  And he understands face.  He projects a certain mask so that his true nature is unknown.  I know this kind of person.  He’s deadly as a scorpion, with the face of an angel.
One of these days, SM will court Kim Jaejoong to head its group.  He knows the entertainment industry, but more than that.  He knows the kind of risks needed to keep a business growing.  The three have proven resilient even in the opposition of one huge bear clawing behind their backs called SM entertainment media.  If not, I have no doubt that Kim Jaejoong and his two band brothers will take over a much crippled SM in a decade or so. 
The second would be Kim Junsu.  The man says little.  He concentrates on his own agenda.  He’s always there for the other two, but behind the scenes, he’s bought land and is building a hotel.  He’s bought a huge home (by Korean standards).  This takes decisive action.  If KJJ is the President, Junsu would be the VP.  But if his music is anything to go by, he’s definitely a person that thinks differently.  He’s not afraid of risks.  Instead of going into traditional acting, he actually set out to do theater-more specifically, musicals.  His Tantallegra gave me a glimpse into a different Junsu.  I knew then that this man isn’t some fey faced cutie.  There are ‘balls’ in the movements he makes for his career.  It wouldn’t even faze me to say that if Kim Jaejoong doesn’t become CEO, I have no doubt that Kim Junsu would and be brilliant at it.
I know I put Yuchun last.  And I’ll tell you why.  He’s not really into the wheeling and dealing.  You see Kim Jaejoong fostering connections all over, Yuchun is happy with producing songs and being an actor.  Not that I mind because I can go “Chunnie!!!” each time I see him on screen, right? But that’s my feel.  On his own, he probably won’t head a company.  He needs Junsu, Yuhwan, and Jaejoongie to pull him with them.  He would no doubt be happy being second in command – a Vice Chairman, a Vice President, but not THE President.  I have no doubt, though, that if his President is absent for medical emergencies or such that he can hold the company together and lead exemplarily.  We will see the steel that Yuchun hides behind mischievous eyes.

I’ve already dissed Yunho and Changmin.  They’re not risk takers.  They prefer to stay with the known instead of venturing out into the unknown.  (Unless there is a certain agreement between the three that left and the two that stayed.  If that is the case, you’ve got your future cabinet members in place already.) But judging on present data (conspiracy theories not withstanding), the current TVXQ duo would prefer the tried and true methods which garners the same flat-lined results of profits.  One needs to take risks in order to achieve growth.  This is business 101.  Even if Jung Yunho is SM’s golden boy – the boy that laid golden eggs-, he’s more of a follower than a high stakes leader. He’d rather have SM making all the decisions and all he has to do is keep the maknae in check and follow the schedule.  (I apologize if I’m hurting your feelings.)  Changmin… eeks.  Book smart, but until I see some kind of venturing out of SM’s tried and true cookie cutter traditions, I can’t say much about this person.  He may know everything there is in the world but without the drive to apply his knowledge, he’s going to be just another professor teaching about his theories until someone like Steve Jobs (in this case Kim Jaejoong) takes that, applies it in the real world and makes a name for himself.  For these two, the military might do them some good.  I can only wait to see what the world has in store for these two AFTER military service.  Their personal movements after that milestone will help me put them in a better perspective.  Until then.  Oh, well.  They’re not even on the radar.

G-Dragon – hmmm… he’s a small scale entrepreneur.  Not CEO material.  He’s dynamic, yes, but not CEO material.  He’s a mover and shaker, yes, but not CEO material and I’ll tell you why.  Despite the fact that he’s a fashion icon, he’s also content where he’s at, writing music, producing music, innovating art.  More or less, G-Dragon is a true creative artist.  He wants to perfect his craft.  And his choice is music and fashion.  He doesn’t see anything else but the art.  So music video innovations and cutting edge visuals, look towards G-Dragon.   Trendsetting stuff, look towards G-Dragon. Experimental music, new sounds, new music trends, look to G-Dragon.  But not if you’re asking him to be a businessman first.  He’s like Yuchun of JYJ.  He’ll need someone else to pull him along.  And he’ll have to have a stronger personality than GD so it won’t be Taeyang or TOP.
BOA… I don’t know her.  I’m not interested in the female side of KPop.  I’m not liking the whiny tint of their voices.  From what little I’ve seen though, she’s like the TVXQ duo.  She prefers the tried and true.  I do not see any artists in SM as CEO material.   Except the ones that got away. 
Seungri.  Aish.  He’ll stay a business owner.  A CEO is much harder for it requires innovative thinking.  It’s a larger scale.  It’s like going from the pool in the backyard to the ocean in a little blow up raft.  While I think Seungri might be able to pull off the greaseball executive, the image given would have the public cringing.  I think he’s okay to risk, but not the kind of risk that innovators have.  So until I see something very risky coming from him, he’s most likely to toe the line and that’s that.  A CEO needs to step over that line or slide through it.  Seungri doesn’t have that kind of side to him, I don’t think.

The one that didn’t even make it on any list is Block-B’s Zico.  Leader, yes, of one of KPop’s most notorious bad boys.  He’s got a different approach to producing an album.  He’s talented and yet progressive.  Give him time, he’ll develop into a real CEO.  He’s still young, but a few years and I’ll check back on you as to how that future CEO is working out.  I think without his leadership, Block B would be a lost cause.  That he’s in there hanging tough… I look forward to seeing this boy’s CEO material further develop.  He’s the one I peg will take over YG in terms of innovative “street style” music. Now, I can definitely say the he will be no conventional CEO, but at that time, KPOP will want unconventional. Zico’s brand of difference will be necessary at that time.

The next one is Jung Joon Young, singer extraordinaire, a glimpse of his CEO potential is archived in 2Days 1Night.  He’s definitely into making money.  A runaway at 17, he’s dogged about making it in the Korean entertainment industry.  He definitely understands risk and is willing to play that kind of game.  He’s not above masterminding ‘takeovers’.  And he’s ultra-observant.  He pays attention to the minutiae of detail that would fail others, but he’s on top of it and uses it to his and his co-stars advantage.  It is this attention to detail that will help him become an innovator in the world of KPop business.  He’ll know how to pinpoint rising trends and pounce on them for profit. 

The other one on this list would possibly be Jung Yong Hwa of CNBLUE.  He’s THE leader of the band and his bandmates look to him to lead them.  While Lee Jong Hyun is his second in command in the group, taking over as the need arises, Jung Yong Hwa knows how to schmooze.  As evidenced in their ‘reality’ show Cheongdamdong 111, Jung Yong Hwa is a much respected man.  His easy smile and affable manners will take him far.  Also, while still retaining his Korean heritage, he’s also embraced Western attitudes and culture.  I hope to see him enter the political arena one of these days.  Possibly when he’s finished military service.  But I have no doubt that Jung Yong Hwa will be able to find an easy footing in that arena. In the entertainment industry, he’s already made a name for himself.  A gifted songwriter, composer, producer and band member, he’s acknowledged by many.  It is his careful personality and tight control of his band image that has taken them very far.  I doubt that he could have taken them that far if he didn’t have their respect.  And as far as I can see, there is no undermining his leadership.  That means that Jung Yong Hwa is a leader with a capital L.  And he doesn’t have to crack the whip and chains.  I would not be surprised to find him standing in the office of their Blue House as the President one of these days.  If not heading one of the bigger conglomerates of Entertainment companies. 
That’s it.  My list of people to watch out for.  Give them 10 years.  SM, YG, and JYP will be clamoring for their services. 

KPop and me – TVXQ

Critique about their new offering – Something.

I’m okay with the music. It’s a jazzed piece that harken back to the big band era of American thirties.

It also has a N’awlins Big Easy feel with the trumpets and Cellos and saxophones.
BUT! Is Kpop ready for jazz music?

And the words are supposed to be “She’s got THAT something…” but the two boys are swallowing that last T and all I keep hearing is “She’s got the something…” It still sort of makes sense. Until you get the translated version. Then the words of the song do not focus on telling you what that “Something” is. It becomes two boys talking about the kind of men they are and how they act towards girls who approach them. I’m still waiting for them to tell me what the hell that something is! And while the music was unique like this, I couldn’t help but note that I wanted to sing EXO’s Growl along with it. As if the tone and intonation without the instruments were basically the same. It was a telling moment when right after “She’s got the something…” “…nae eurorong, eurorong, eurorong dae…” seems to make perfect sense. It means that EXO could have sung this song and be okay. It means that SM isn’t thinking about the individual color of their bands and groups anymore. That’s disappointing.

Then, because why not, right? Let’s see what hidden messages were placed in the video. The huge “X marks the spot” on the floor.

Obviously, that’s a reference to their 10 years in the business. The dual staircase though, while grand, seems to refer to two coming together and meeting at the same point, that huge X. The next thing that caught my eyes were the ropes.

Are the boys trying to say something? Like they feel like they’re tied up and feel like puppets controlled by so many people who make it seem like they are holding them up, but really restricting their movements? Hmmm. Bears thinking about, right?

Then there are that tattoos. Someone else pointed it out on another blog, but I couldn’t tell you more which of the many I read it came from.


Yunho also has them. But Jaejoong also had them. For Just Another Girl.


Are the two trying to copy the concept? Because Jaejoong went with the Japanese rock feel, they went towards Jazzed Big Band feel. Including tattoos on their necks and hands. Interesting. I don’t think this will go over very well, but nice try.

However, for those praying for a return of the five as a whole… Perhaps this video gives a hint of things to come. Let me show you.

They pass this panel of three muses on their way into the jazz club. Note that there are three muses. There are only two men in TVXQ. Two women would have been fine, right? The muses’ eyes follow them in. Then on their way out..


The muse in the middle beckons… Who do you think that muse equates to? Or at least, who I think she represents? How about this?


Seems almost like the wall panel, huh? The last shot is the one that made me laugh and smile. I hope it is a foreboding of things to come.


I would really like for that to happen.

Note: I do not own any of these images. They all came from various places on the Internet. The opinion and speculations are mine, though.

Rating DBSK


My journey through KPop has taken me backwards, I think. However, having discovered DBSK, I should rate the five. In my limited opinion, DBSK as five was phenomenal! Their combined voices resonated well together. But since 2009, they’ve split and formed two groups. The lawsuit stuff will be addressed at a later post. There are still many things I have to read through and mull over. TVXQ are two men, Shim Changmin and Jung Yunho. JYJ consists of Kim Jaejoong, Park Yuchun, and Kim Junsu. DBSK and TVXQ mean the same – Dong Bang Shin Ki or Tong Vfang Xien Qi still means Gods Rising from the East. However, for my sanity, DBSK refers to the five and TVXQ refers to the two current members.

This is about the five of them.

In terms of vocals, SM was quite correct in making Jaejoong the group’s lead vocalist. Watching him sing is incredibly breathtaking. He sings with his whole body! The next person whose voice I can listen to for hours (HOURS!) is Micky Yuchun. He, too, sings with passion. Next is Junsu. His high registers are pretty well known. (Please remember, this is my opinion.) He, too, is very competent in singing. He also infuses his singing with feelings. Changmin’s voice has a nice range. With both low and high registers, it is versatile. However, it lacks the passion, the sincerity that sets the other three apart. Perhaps he needs to fall in love and have his heart broken. 😉 And last is Yunho. Yunho’s voice alone, FOR ME, is relatively unremarkable. There is nothing there that no-one in KPop cannot duplicate. When he allows his emotions to come through, maybe the dynamics will change. However, within the five, it works.

In terms of dancing, Yunho does incredibly well. Junsu is second if not tied with Yunho.

In terms of looks… oh boy… the prettiest is obviously Jaejoong, however, I can’t quite bring myself to give the crown completely to him. The reason I say this is because Yuchun also makes me gasp at his prettiness. Don’t get me wrong. The five men are obviously all very good looking. When I say pretty, I mean women would envy their looks. Of the five, I would look twice at Jaejoong and Yuchun if I passed them on the street. Ah, hell, I’d ogle them!

The one that men would envy is Yunho. Next would be Changmin. Yes! I THINK Changmin is masculine! If only SM would quit pairing the two as if there is any carnal love between TVXQ! I think the two boys can very well do without it. Fly rumors of Changmin having a girl on his arm for heaven’s sake! And the last one on this list is Yuchun. I know, I know! I said he’s pretty, too. But that’s Micky Yuchun, for you. He straddles that fence quite nicely. Junsu is also masculine, I think, but not one that men would envy. I think, he’s the kind of person women would take home to their parents.

Which comes to the next list. Who would I be able to take home to my parents? Yunho is out. My father would think he’s a bad guy. He gives out the arrogance of a man used to having things his way, a definite leader. But one who would intimidate my Dad, for sure. So unless I was totally in love with the boy, he wouldn’t be someone I could comfortably introduce to Daddy. Daddy might bring out his guns. Jung Yunho looks like a definite bad boy.

The men Daddy may approve of are, Junsu, Yuchun, and Changmin in that order. If I was Daddy, these are the men I would probably vet. Junsu’s ready smile, mild manners, and sweet temperament would disarm Daddy. Yuchun’s smiling eyes, even temperament, intelligence and sense of humor would win over Daddy. Changmin’s charm and personality would probably let Daddy’s guard down. These are men who are no threat to his authority.
Jaejoong is a different matter. Though all five are polite, all have great manners, the problem with Jaejoongie is that he is too pretty. Daddy might think that he is incapable of protecting his darling daughter. Or that because of Jaejoong’s face, darling girl may face hardships when it comes to extramarital affairs or even the suspicion of it.

And the list for who a woman might like to have as a Boyfriend. Yunho! His looks, his protectiveness, his manners, his attentiveness, his arrogance… Ah yeah! Boyfriend, definitely boyfriend.

As a husband, Junsu or Yuchun.Their mild temperaments and sense of humor would alleviate a lot of the tensions that marriage brings.

Why would I put Yunho as BF and someone else as husband? Simple, you do not have to live with a boyfriend. Yunho would need a subservient wife. One willing to stay in the shadows. A person with a strong personality will always be fighting with him. So if Yunho’s wife has a strong personality, there will be a lot of yelling and perhaps broken dishes. My advice for that person, lay out the ground rules first. When the argument escalates, before it gets worse, one has to leave the scene.

Arm candy… Any of them. But Jaejoong and Yunho in a suit would have a lot of women envying you.

Who would do well as sexy model for your art class that is doing nudes? Jaejoong, Changmin, Yuchun. The muscles! The abs! Of the five, these three are the most confident with their naked bodies.

As five, my most favorite song is “Why Did I Fall For You?” Japanese song. It is this song that led me to discover the boys. The 2008 A-nation concert. I could not take my eyes off of Jaejoong! In the MV, I couldn’t take my eyes off of Yuchun!

Is there more? I’ll update when I figure more out.