140409 Weekly Idol – A Pink

Been a while since I’ve watched variety other than Running Man!! hehe

This further cements why I LOVE A PINK like crazy HAHAHA. A lot of people don’t realize just how hilarious they are because Naeun (who’s the most reserved member) is the one put on shows, but they do so well on variety.

In fact, they might be some of the most embarrassing female idols LOLOL….. I enjoyed it though! I love how it doesn’t feel like they’re faking their lovely cute “fairy” image, but it’s in fact just one side to them, and when they’re off stage, they have no problem bringing out their unruly and loud traits.

(Can I also mention that I love all of their outfits here?)


  • A LOT of Bomi hilarity. Homequrl owned this :D
  • Their high note battle (see part 2 – 7:32 IT’S A MUST WATCH LOL) aka screeching like dolphins and pterodactyls
  • Awesome dancing (Bomi’s “hyperbulia” dance and taekwondo dance, Namjoo’s “sexy” dance)
  • … “rapping” LOL
  • Eunji singing Let It Go



April 24, 2014. A Pink. Leave a comment.

Performances from MBC Gayo Daejun 2013 (that I enjoyed)

MBC’s was definitely my favorite gayo daejun this year.

B1A4 – What’s Going On? (Band ver)

SNSD/Girls’ Generation – Dance Intro + I Got a Boy
THAT.. DANCE…… they’re so fierce dayum. SOOYOUNG DAYUM.

A Pink & B1A4 – Love Song Medley

Miss A – Hush

January 7, 2014. A Pink, B1A4, Miss A, Performance, SNSD. Leave a comment.

A Pink & B1A4 – Love Song Medley (@ MBC Gayo Daejun 2013)

THIS IS SOOOOOO CUTE. One of the few collab stages for 2013’s gayo dajuns that I actually really enjoyed and wanted to rewatch over and over. I like that they paired A Pink and B1A4 who’re both very endearing, “innocent,” sweet-natured, and adorable groups.

Highlights for me:

  • Chorong and Jinyoung pairing is super cute because leaders! (They look comfortable holding hands; soooo cute)
  • CNU AND NAMJOO during “We Fell in Love” (3:36) are so lovely together! They match really well, look and sound good together, and seemed to have chemistry. ;v; They’re both pretty dorky, blunt, but cool people too.
  • One of the songs was H.O.T’s “Candy” though I reaalllyyy wish they could’ve featured Eunji in that because of Reply 1997.. ;3;
  • All the girls are super cute and they sound pretty good. ^^ (B1A4 always sounds good, so no surprise.)
  • Eunji at 0:33 fucking slayin’ errthang being the cool unnie HELL YEAH


  • I wish there could’ve been more of Gongchan. ;A; ..Only after rewatching did I realize that he DID have a part at 1:58… and he’s styled/dressed so much like Jinyoung that I got confused at times.
  • Baro had no parts….

January 7, 2014. A Pink, B1A4, Performance. Leave a comment.

That Winter, the Wind Blows aka This Drama, Things with No Point Happened

[This post contains spoilers.]

I finished the melodrama That Winter, the Wind Blows. It was a beautiful drama that I, for whatever reason, really liked/enjoyed/was invested in even though it’s, well, a MELODRAMA and is out to cause you pain. It was intense; now I’m left wondering why I even put myself through all that.

Overall, I must say that it was a good drama though; it’s really mostly the ending that disappointed because it could have been SO MUCH MORE. I’m satisfied with all of the actors/actresses because they were brilliant and all such eye-candy. The cinematography for the most part was impressively done and aesthetically pleasing.

But the ending frustrates me so much. It may be ultimately a happy ending, but too much was left unanswered, unjustified, or unexplained. It seems like nothing that happened actually HAD to happen.. so what was the point?!

Some issues I have with this show:
(oh boy, here we go)


April 5, 2013. A Pink, Dramas. Leave a comment.

Dramas Update


Flower Boy Next Door wrapped up recently and I only have the last episode left, but MAN this was one good drama that I really recommend. It’s sweet and lighthearted, yet mature and sincere. There were some doubts surrounding the series at first but it really turned out to be one wonderful and well-developed drama (unless the last episode kills it idk).

Park Shinhye plays Go Dokmi, who—due to bullying and isolation in her school days—chooses to avoid social interaction and enjoys the comfort of her apartment. Bursting into her previously shut-off world is Enrique Geum, played by the adorable Yoon Siyoon, who is a bubbly game-creator. They seem to be an unlikely pair, but ultimately complete each other as they can understand each other well even if one hardly talks and the other doesn’t shut his trap.

It’s such a lovely drama and one of my favorite things about it is that you can really see the characters change before your eyes. And it’s not even a sudden “wait who is this person?” awkward kind of transition you find in most dramas; it’s very gradual and believable, and you don’t even notice how drastically they’ve changed until you think about it! With every episode, Go Dokmi comes more and more out of her shell and Enrique more true to himself.

The drama comes with a lot of side characters, and there have been complaints about them not being fleshed out or given enough spotlight.
But I think that that’s fine. There’s a lot to discover and rediscover with our main couple, as they’re discovering things about each other and themselves in the process, and the drama just wouldn’t mean as much if they didn’t spend that much time on just those two. Oh and also Jinrak. But to be honest, he wasn’t very strong competition in the love triangle.

Can I also say:
1) Donghoon is really nothing at first, but after we peel off the first layer, he becomes arguably the most endearing member of the ensemble so I’m really glad that we got to find more about him without it being too intrusive in the plot. The way they handled the unfolding of his character and his use in the story, in my opinion, was perfect.
2) Watanabe. Sigh, Watanabe. He’s so cute but he really doesn’t get ANYTHING in the story at all. It seems like he’s just there to complete the cast of “flower boys” and just decoration. But if you think about it, he’s also kind of a symbol.. of hospitality and togetherness. He’s an excuse to gather all of your characters to have happy times and conversations. Because of his cooking classes, Go Dokmi was finally really REALLY brought out of her apartment. I wish he had gotten a backstory of some sort, but that would’ve been quite a bit to process seeing as how we have so many things going on already.

In any case, I really recommend this drama. …I really should watch that last episode though. But I like the drama enough that the last episode can’t possibly ruin it for me.

That Winter the Wind Blows is a melodrama and I am surprisingly very invested in it. I’m actually liking it a lot despite the intensity of it, which is the polar opposite of what Flower Boy Next Door was.

The story tells of a blind woman Oh Young (played by Song Hye Gyo) who is the heiress to a large corporation. Oh Soo (played by Jo In Sung) coincidentally has the same name as Oh Young’s brother from whom she was separated by their parents’ divorce. Oh Soo lives meaninglessly as a gambler, constantly getting into fights. On the search for Oh Young’s brother, they come across Oh Soo—who has no choice but to assume the role of Oh Young’s brother for ulterior motives. How does this new faux-sibling bond bloom into love?
(Okay I totally copied and pasted that synopsis from another blog post I wrote about this drama.)

Dayum. Jo In Sung and Song Hye Gyo are just smokin’. Both are attractive and strongheaded as hell, not to mention talented because they are nailing their parts. Also, I’m really loving the second leads Kim Bum and A Pink’s Eunji who are both some of my favorite celebrities (I would say actors/actresses, but Eunji needs a bit more time to really prove herself as an actress).

The acting is top notch, the cinematography is breathtaking, and the plot is engaging. Sounds like a winner to me. I’ll be in for this ride likely til the end, be it bitter or not.


The Moon that Embraces the Sun isn’t too recent a drama, but I’ve heard much about it and was in the mood for watching a sageuk (historical drama) one day. I may or may not drop it entirely after a few more episodes, depending on how frustrating it is. I heard that there’s a slight lack of plot development and that it’s really just about a king who can’t forget a girl of his past, and nothing more to it. I’m still at the point where the drama looks okay, so I don’t know yet.

I have to say though: I have never cried as hard for a drama as I did for episode 5 of Moon/Sun. I bawled like a baby because it just struck on a really bad emotional level.

So fyi if you’re not aware, the drama starts out in the past, with the main characters in their youth. The king, Lee Hwon (Kim Soohyun) was then the 15-year-old crown prince (Yeo Jingu). The shaman, Wol (Han Ga In) was then of the name Heo Yeonwoo (Kim Yoojung), the 13-year-old daughter of a noble.
Eight years later, the king and Wol reunite as adults.

CAN I ALSO SAY that watching the first 6 episodes of them in their youth was slightly painful, because even though I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE and prefer the younger cast (all of them. every one of them. including Yangmyeong, Yeom, and Woon).. I am really biased towards Kim Sohyun. Not to be confused with Kim Soohyun. She plays the young version of Bokyeong, and is basically the bratty villain. I feel bad for her because she was raised to be that way and her family is fucked up. BUT IT’S HARD WATCHING KIM SOHYUN PLAY THE VILLAIN when I like her so much, sob.

I have to really praise Yeo Jingu and Kim Yoojung though; they are so young yet so talented. (I would give the same praise to Kim Sohyun too if this were I Miss You because she was brilliant in that and had opportunities to show her skills -grumbles-) Especially Kim Yoojung. She was outstanding. ;u;

Also, it’s interesting how well they casted the younger and older counterparts. I was extremely impressed after the transition. Most of them FEEL LIKE THE EXACT SAME PERSON.. Older Heo Yeom gave off the exact same aura that Siwan did. (Fuck I think I have a crush on Siwan now thanks to this.) And Woon.. Are you sure Woon is a different person?! They act exactly the same! Han Ga In is also a believable older version of Kim Yoojung, which I was surprised to discover. The princess is like the same person but taller! Yangmyeong is a bit of stretch but I can defs see why they casted him.

Older Bokyeong looks nothing like Kim Sohyun lol. That’s a huge stretch. No resemblance at all, but at least their behavior is.. decently similar?? They both pull off awkward trying-too-hard-to-impress (WHICH BASICALLY SUMS UP BOKYEONG’S CHARACTER) kind of low-toned stiff voice.

But Yeo Jingu to Kim Soohyun just doesn’t work. Sorry. Really sorry.
And Yeo Jingu is such jailbait. I’m really sorry for that too.


You’re the Best, Lee Soon Shin is what prompted me to start writing this post because as soon as I finished the first episode, I came and.. started this post!! :D

It’s a weekend family drama that just started airing last week, so I thought I’d check it out for its main protagonists who are played by Jo Jungseok (famous for being the endearing bodyguard in The King 2 Hearts) and the lovely idol singer IU, both of whom I really like. I don’t really have high expectations because it’s a weekend family drama which usually are more casual, not so focused on quality and cinematography, and geared towards, well.. families.

Basically, IU plays Lee Soon Shin, who has the same name as a famed admiral. She’s an aspiring actress and is TOTALLY NEGLECTED BY EVERYONE in the 1st episode, like what the FUCK. I almost teared up for her because everyone was so damn unfair. No matter what she did, she was at fault and nobody acknowledged her or her efforts and just UGH. Anyway… |D;; Jo Jungseok is Shin Junho, the president of a management agency.

I’m not so interested in the plot right now. But I read a synopsis and apparently Lee Soon Shin’s father dies and I’m just like NOOOOOO WHY DID I HAVE TO FIND THAT OUT so now you know about it too if you didn’t already and you are welcome.<3 In any case, I’m watching for the characters and just because the drama seems enjoyable/cute, and not demanding of your investment. I have a feeling I might end up dropping this if it fails to really grasp my interests.

Forgive me, but I love how much of an asshole Shin Junho is. What a jerk! .. It is fabulous and entertaining. I like seeing Jo Jungseok like this too because he surprisingly pulls off the cold and arrogant bachelor when I previously only ever saw him as the sweet, awkward, stiff, straight-laced, protective bodyguard.

March 16, 2013. A Pink, Dramas, IU, Kim Soohyun, Yoon Siyoon. Leave a comment.

Gag Concert – Ep 648


A Pink
Park Boyoung

Very good episode! Nothing really let me down other than Are You Afraid which I usually.. skip anyway because it gives me the creeps. ^^

I L O V E D Park Boyoung in Discoveries in Life; that skit was such gold. She was absolutely, utterly perfect for being a character that’s adorable but kind of weird. I’m so jealous of her natural cuteness. The air conditioner part—I just couldn’t HAHAHA…

February 10, 2013. A Pink, Variety/Talk Shows. Leave a comment.

Taxi – Ep 271 (Reply 1997)


Guests: Jung Eunji (A Pink), Seo In Guk, Shin Wonho PD
MCs: Jun Hyunmoo, Kim Gura

“You succeeded with your skills; not with your name.”

“By looking at her face, you can tell she’s doing it for the passion rather than the money.”

“Just seeing the way you guys are explaining the drama just goes to show how much you loved doing it.”

AS SOMEONE WHO LOVED THE DRAMA REPLY 1997, I REALLY APPRECIATED THIS. Even though it’s not the most entertaining show.

As much as I ship Eunji and In Guk, this kind of makes me sad because it’s quite obvious that they’re not going out, and while I still think In Guk had a bit of real feelings for her, she’s not too interested in him. BUT they still make an adorable and perfect pair. Their chemistry is unmatchable.

But yeah this is an interesting episode, partially because they actually spend quite a bit of time talking about kissing and as the viewer you’re just like, “HAHAHA WAIT WTF IS THIS CONVERSATION ???”

I actually wasn’t aware that Eunji had wanted to become a vocal trainer instead of an idol, which really makes me respect her even more because she’s not someone that cares about the shiny coating or the fame, but from the start has been focused on the very core of her job: SINGING.

E: “There’s a group being formed called A Pink but they’re missing a lead vocalist and I recommended you. So come prepared.”
E: THAT’S SO INTERESTING because Eunji is like the only singer in that group.
C: ..
E: so it’s like they wanted to debut a group…….but all they had were all those OTHER girls
E: like, how do you
E: where
E: what substance do you see in this
C: “No really by lead vocalist we mean only vocalist SO YEAH”

January 7, 2013. A Pink, Dramas, Seo In Guk, Variety/Talk Shows. 1 comment.

A Pink (ft. BEAST’s Junhyung) – Up to the Sky

“Colors: Junhyung = Dark blue
Bomi = Red
Chorong = Pink
Eunji = Orange
Hayoung = Light blue
Naeun = Purple
Namjoo = Green
Yookyung = Brown”

I never knew that A Pink had a song like this, but now it’s definitely one of my favorites from them. I’m impressed! They all sound so STRONG although they still retain the sweetness of their voices.

I have to say that I’m especially impressed by Namjoo, Chorong, and Bomi. NAMJOO’S FIRST SOLO alksdf. I never knew she could sing with so much power and attitude! Bomi sounds really strong at the chorus and seems to have dropped the babyish tone in her voice. The rap by Namjoo and Chorong was kind of a pleasant surprise too. xD

November 10, 2012. A Pink, BEAST. Leave a comment.

Seo In Guk & Jung Eunji – Our Love Like This + All For You (@M! Countdown)

Not only do they have perfect chemistry as actors (and off screen too), they have really nice chemistry vocally too! What’re the chances that the main characters of a drama would not only be really good actors but also spectacular singers that were previously known essentially only for their vocals?

It’s a little strange though seeing them together not as Sung Shiwon and Yoon Yoonjae, and not only just as their natural selves–but as idols and on stage doing what they love and do best..

ASDLKFJLSDK SEO IN GUK’S BELT IN “ALL FOR YOU” THOUGH. I held my breath. He executed it so, so, so flawlessly and strongly! I love Eunji’s face at that part too LOL she seems to be clenching herself in worry over how he’ll do, and then when he pulls through, she has that proud mother/girlfriend’s smile. :D

(I’m seriously not over my Reply 1997 feels. It was SUCH a good drama, I can’t.)

November 3, 2012. A Pink, Dramas, Performance, Seo In Guk. 2 comments.

Drama: Reply 1997

I started watching this drama to pass the time while waiting for new To the Beautiful You episodes, never expecting to like it or fall victim to its merciless grasp. Just looking at this series on the surface, there’s almost nothing about it that appeals to me. What sparked interest was finding out that Eunji from A Pink and Hoya from Infinite played main characters—but I was led to disappointment when I found out that the main male lead was Seo In Guk, and not Hoya. I mean, Seo In Guk can sing well, but why would I want to watch him act?
Also, the synopsis described the drama as being about the life of an extreme H.O.T fangirl living in 1997. That really doesn’t sound interesting to me. And why would I want to watch a series taking place in the year during which I was only 4 years old?

………ho ho ho. After giving the drama a try, I admit I stand corrected.

It’s a bit hard to put into words how I feel about this drama: I LOVE IT but it doesn’t appeal to me. I WAS ADDICTED TO IT but it’s not the type of drama that I like. Something about it slightly puts me off… which is why I see why I didn’t want to watch it and why I wasn’t too particularly interested in the first few episodes. The drama largely draws on its element of nostalgia, which I cannot relate to.
However, I highly recommend this drama. Even if it takes a few steps to truly see why it’s a good drama.

And it really is a good drama!
While I admit that initially I wasn’t nearly as charmed by this show as To the Beautiful You, I ended up enjoying it more—although I guess one could argue that it’s not so much an “enjoyable” drama as a “good” one. To the Beautiful You is lighthearted, cute, modern, humorous, and pleasurable to watch. However, I’m starting to see it as nothing more than a spectacle. Y’know, like a glass castle. (Not saying there’s anything wrong with that; I liked it.)

Reply 1997…feels more like art that’s not nearly as sparkly, but was created with impressive form. Kind of rough around the edges, but something that you can’t help but RESPECT, and will last strongly for time to come.
Honestly one of the major flaws of To the Beautiful You is that it’s just so darn predictable and cliche. On the contrary, one of the best aspects of Reply 1997 is that IT IS REALLY UNPREDICTABLE. Of course some drama cliches can’t help but not be avoided, but for a Korean drama of this time and age, it is really impressive with its uniqueness, cleverness, and twists.

I have to praise the producers and scriptwriters for being incredibly witty. They really put a lot of thought into this drama, not only for being able to replicate so accurately the times and trends of the past, but in setting up situations, and sometimes still being able to surprise viewers and keep you on your feet guessing. There are tons of things that you won’t see coming.
(Spoiler, but the many ways they hid the identity of husband-san WERE KIND OF REALLY CLEVER and I was just like NOOOOOOOOOO. QAQ;;)

As for the casting, I LOVE IT. Thanks to this drama, I now have a small bias for Seo In Guk. >A> He overcame everything I held against him without even knowing him.
I really didn’t expect Hoya to be as good of an actor as he is! I also didn’t expect them to cast an idol for uh, that role. His secret, I mean.

BUT WOW. JUNG EUNJI. GURL. She truly made the drama.
There seems to be a general trend among idol groups that members who aren’t as prominent in vocals or dancing hold up their end by being more participative in variety shows or focusing on acting?
But Eunji is THE lead vocal of A Pink. She’s basically the only main vocal of the group tbh LOL, even though Bomi is one too, her parts aren’t nearly as prominent. Honestly, my previous image of Eunji was simply… the girl in A Pink who sings everything, belts a lot, and sounds REALLY out of place in most of their songs because her voice isn’t naturally cute but she tries to force herself to. While I respected her greatly as a vocalist, because she never sounded like she belonged, I was never very drawn to her as a person? ASDFlkjdslkfjwef thanks to this drama, I LOVE EUNJI SO MUCH and it’s gonna be weird seeing singer!Eunji again and not Sung Shiwon.

Back to my point, it’s REALLY unexpected that the lead singer of a group would be casted as the lead role in a drama. And you know what? I don’t even mind the imbalance. I don’t even mind that she’s getting this much attention within the group when some of the others are in the shadows, BECAUSE SHE IS A GREAT ACTRESS and I cannot imagine anybody else being Sung Shiwon. Good for Eunji!! Defies the trend AND does a damn good job of it! Talented-ass girl. Stahp it. :<

The acting in this drama was great. Despite so much of the cast being rookies, and the main roles being idols (lol, idols as actors—not always successful), there’s really hardly any trace of this. They weren’t awkward and pulled off their roles well. I think it’s only Seo In Guk who at times (VERY rare though) appeared slightly stiff. Eunji was natural as hell, pulling off a HUGE spectrum of emotions and behaviors: from young Sung Shiwon’s stupidly immature acts, to deep sadness, to passion, to her aggressive vulgarness, to older Sung Shiwon’s maturity.

It is absolutely amazing how the cast (mostly Eunji) was able to pull off their characters at 14 years old… and then their characters in their 30’s, getting married, with careers, and having children.
And especially with idols, you wouldn’t expect them to be able to pull off maturity. BUT THEY DID. SO ELOQUENTLY TOO. And another thing about maturity: I did not expect idols to be casted to have kisses like that (in later episodes). Like, REAL kisses and not just the awkward pressing of lips as is what’s usually found in dramas. Holy fuck.

[Edit: …I just found out that Eunji’s only 19 years old and is actually 3 months YOUNGER than me, which is really weird to think about because she partially plays a 33-year-old grown woman. Major props to her.]


If I had to describe this drama in two words, they’d have to be “warm” and “true.”
I’ve honestly never encountered another series so true to life: from its concepts and lessons, to the behavior and depiction of characters, and the openness in showing the characters’ flaws. Taking place in Busan also really helps to enhance the warmth and familiarity of the drama. Which may sound kind of strange because most people would be used to the Seoul accent instead of Busan dialect, but.. having that rough, casual, country feel just kind of makes you feel at home—like you’re seeing raw people and their raw lives.

A drama that teaches you to have gratitude for your parents and the time you get to spend with them.. to cherish your friends and keep them by your side.. the beauty of brotherhood.. and that you can’t control who you fall in love with, so follow your heart.


October 16, 2012. A Pink, Dramas, H.O.T., Infinite, Seo In Guk. Leave a comment.

111125 Music Bank

A Pink – My My

I actually really love this song LOL. They all did really well vocally ^^ Na Eun was okay, hahaha. Eunji’s belting, woww!

SNSD – The Boys

Always impressive performers <3
I’m really wondering about Jessica though. xD I don’t think she always sounded this nasally.

T-ara – Cry Cry

Uhh.. I find it really hard to focus vocally on T-ara’s performances because they always have soooo much backtrack, and other than Soyeon, they’re not really the best performers…
But what catches my attention with Cry Cry performances is the CHOREOGRAPHY. DAYUM. They really went all out, with Hyomin’s cane and the Boram part and then with those handkerchiefs and how they throw off their jackets. I love the choreography *_* it’s so impressive.

November 25, 2011. A Pink, Performance, SNSD, T-ara. Leave a comment.

A Pink – “MY MY” MV

I REALLY like this. It’s an adorable song and it has an old-school, really refreshing feel. I love that A Pink still has a spring’ish feel kind of sound even though it’s winter. ^^

Eunji OWNED this, vocally. That girl’s voice <3 I loved her belting. The bridge sounds really great :D I’m really hoping that they don’t disappoint me live ^^ especially Na Eun. Even though she’s my favorite haha.

They’re all so adorable here. *____* So pretty. I love the dance break as well.

November 22, 2011. A Pink. Leave a comment.

A Pink “MyMY” Teaser

Looks adorable. *__*

November 21, 2011. A Pink. Leave a comment.

110528 Music Core

N-Train – One Last Cry

YAY DEBUT! Yay R&B ballad! They have such soulful voices; I love it ♥ So powerful~
That last guy who held out the high note had me holding my breath. *_*

BEAST – Fiction

Always perfect. *___*

f(x) – Pinocchio (Danger)


After School – Shampoo

A Pink – I Don’t Know

I haven’t really kept up with these girls for a while, but they seem to have improved. :]

May 28, 2011. A Pink, After School, BEAST, f(x), N-Train, Performance. Leave a comment.

110422 Music Bank

Now that f(x) is back, I have reason to start watching performances again. ;D OH AND A PINK HAS DEBUTED AND I LOVE THEM. <3

f(x) – Gangsta Boy

I’m really behind on stuff because I’ve been soooo busy lately and I haven’t been able to listen to f(x)’s album yet. LMAOOO THEY HAVE A SONG CALLED “GANGSTA BOY?!?!” That’s AWESOME! LOL. They are sooooo cute but have swag at the same time. *___* I especially love Sulli in this. And Krystal rocked it too.

f(x) – Pinocchio (Danger) [Comeback]

DAAAAAAMN. They have all improved so much! Well maybe not Luna so much because she was incredibly amazing from the start.. But wow, they are even better now! ♥ They are so perfect live.

Luna and Amber always rock their parts. I was really impressed by Sulli here! I’m so happy she doesn’t have to do those speaking’ish cutesy parts anymore, and gets to show more power here. [: Krystal is really impressive too! She has so much charisma. And Victoria has improved soooooo much! She finally gets more parts too!

They’re really pretty and are all great dancers.. *__* I wish they’d let Amber let her bangs down though.

Ah, I love f(x). Welcome back <3

A Pink – Wishlist

This is such a sweet song. ;w; Iloveit<3

A Pink – I Don’t Know [Debut]

Bahahaha the cameraman is Na Eun-biased. *___* She’s my favorite member. ♥ The first one to sing. Although judging from this, her singing doesn’t seem to be the strongest?
But anyway, I loooove A Pink. They’re pretty good singers! [Eunji–the one with bangs–is omg<3] And all really pretty too!

I wonder why Yukyung is wearing a different color from everyone else though. xD

Infinite – T.O.P [originally by Shinhwa]


April 23, 2011. A Pink, f(x), Infinite, Performance. Leave a comment.

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