Wednesday, June 24, 2009


Since we got our paycheck last week and dying to have some Kalbi (meat), I treated my sister to one of the cheapest Korean BBQ place in Koreatown. I wish I took picture of the meat we ate... it's so overflowing that we didn't get any chance to take advantage of the eat-all-you-can promo. They have 9 different kinds of meat and we only ate 3 kinds.. Until next time Yi Ssi Hwaro! I'm gonna miss you so much! Well I hope next time I can treat her to a better one (TOFU VILLAGE! their condiments)

Friday, June 19, 2009

[VARIETY] Family Outing

and now even reality tv shows in Korea is a big hit for me. At first I didn't even bother to watch the trailer because their attire sucks you can't even see pretty faces from the cast but then again I was wrong, well they're not so good looking but they're not ugly either, and that's what people want now to see... "reality", of course it's scripted in some way but you can see here in this show that they are being what they really are. And I really appreciate Hyori's natural beauty, she doesn't even care if her face is swollen when the camera is right in front of her face. This show is like Eat bulaga, not the same concept but how they get close together because of their everyday filming.

I'm also amazed by this show because in this generation we always rely on technology.. we always have instant something. They (family outing members) always go to small towns and fish for their own food, and make their own food from scratch and so on that technology is nowhere to be found. It makes me wanna go to Korea. hahah!... or maybe just in Koreatown and grab some Kalbi meat and Ramen noodles and Cold soup noodles..and Kimchi and Kimbap... Wahh! I gotta find time to visit Koreatown! It's killing me!!

Watch Family Outing: here & here

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Time for a change:2PMnida

Time For A Change- 2PM

WooYoung, TaecYeon, Chansung, Junsu, JunHo, JaeBeom, NichKhun

A product of JYP. I still can't decide who's number one among all the groups.. they have different styles... with their outfits.. not so much, but with their voice, they stand out in their own ways. Nichkhun does not excel in dancing nor in singing, but i think what makes him stay in the group is his look and his multilingual ability, JYP is a little obsess with english speaking talents. Jaebum.. hands down with his dancing skills, he's good at singing but Junsu really hits it. Jaebum reminds me of my past boyfriend when I was in first year high school. hahaha! I'm just sad to hear that he's jealous of Nichkhun.. he's good in his own way.. Nichkhun.. i love you, but you make Jaebum sad. Taec, nothing much about him, he looks like he's a good guy, watching him in idol army makes me wanna pick him. Junho is like Rain's carbon copy without the emo hair! and last but not the least.. WooYoung! he's so cute! seeing his baby pictures makes me think that he really wants where he's at right now. and and.. he's unique moves in star king ( i hope i can find a gif of that T_T) killed everybody! I hope what I see on t.v. is the real deal, I really hope to see more of them. I just hope that fabricated stories are not popular in Korean Entertainment.. I would be really disappointed if they do that also.

here are some of their songs that I really liked. although they are known from their song "10 out of 10" and "Again & Again" I still pick the slow songs because I think that's where true talents will "manifest" haha!.

Only You-2PM (Music Core)

I hate you-2PM

Friday, June 5, 2009

Underneath of your In-n-Out

I wasn't aware that in-n-out have the same strategy of sharing the word as forever 21. and I just think it's a cool idea to share the word.

 BIBLE REFERENCE: In-N-Out prints discreet references to Bible verses on their paper utensils. The print is small and out of the way, and only contains the book, chapter and verse numbers, not the actual text of the passages. The practice began in the 1980s during Rich Snyder's presidency,[28] a reflection of the beliefs held by the Snyder family.

    * Burger and cheeseburger wrappers
        Revelation 3:20—"Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear My voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with Me."[29]

    * Beverage cups and antenna toppers
        John 3:16—"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life."[30]

    * Milkshake cups
        Proverbs 3:5—"Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding."[31]

    * Double-Double wrapper
        Nahum 1:7—"The LORD is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and he knoweth them that trust in him."[32]

    * Paper water cups, or "R-9's"
        John 14:6—"Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."[33]


Wednesday, June 3, 2009


Genre: Kids & Family

Finally got the chance to watch it. I won't be out of place na, hahah! It's really a great movie. It's a story that we can really see in real life. I am not in a relationship and definitely not married but somehow I know that a bad situation can happen in marriage. Divorce is never the answer when marriage fails, you have to work things out as one. Marriage is not contract when you recite the vows in front of God, it's a covenant. I like that. :D

SYNOPSIS: A heroic fireman locked in a failing marriage accepts his father's challenge to take part in a 40-day experiment designed to teach both husband and wife the true meaning of commitment in this faith-based marriage drama starring Kirk Cameron and Erin Bethea. When he's battling blazes, Capt. Caleb Holt (Cameron) adheres to the old firefighter's adage about never leaving your partner behind; back at home, it's an altogether different story. Caleb and his wife Catherine (Bethea) have been married for seven years, but lately arguments over career, housework, finances, and outside interests have driven the once-happy couple hopelessly apart. Just as Caleb and Catherine prepare to officially dissolve their marriage, Caleb's father John (Harris Malcolm) presents his son with a most unusual challenge: commit to a 40-day experiment called "The Love Dare," and take one last shot at saving his marriage. While at first Caleb agrees to take a chance on "The Love Dare," the discovery that it's closely tied in with his parent's newfound faith causes him to momentarily reconsider. Still, Caleb carries on with the experiment despite being constantly rejected by his skeptical, embittered wife. When Caleb asks his father how he can be expected to love someone who refuses to give him a fair chance, John tells his son that this is precisely the same love that God shows for humankind. Now, with a little help from above, the man who makes headlines for saving lives will fight to be a hero to the one person who matters most -- his wife. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide