Henry Lau on MasterChef Korea Celebrity
He’s curious where does belly button came from…
Curious about moustaches….
The human anatomy….
Can’t do basic math & english…
Plays with toys….
Short circuiting all the time…
He confessed it himself.
Super Junior: Mystery 6 funny moments
I’m just disappointed to read that that many people are hating and harassing him just because he’s doing public service. I roll my eyes at you haters. Being a civil servant is exactly the same as being a soldier as both of these jobs serve the country. No wonder he enlisted quietly. WE ALL should…
(Yesung of Super Junior. Pic rights: Respective owners and S.M. Ent.)
Our Kim Jongwoon, better known as Yesung (from Super Junior), has officially left for the military. In South Korea, men are required to enlist for a duration of at least two years of service (military service, or in…
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Finally he went yesterday.
2years are not that long, but not a short.
I know ELF feel sad and already miss him.
We waiting for him when he will be come back.
Please take care of yourself.
Good luck and bless you.
조심해서 다녀 오세요^^
I should sleep right now. I was going to sleep. I swear I was. But I just… couldn’t. My eyes wouldn’t let me close them. So I asked my heart : “Why ? Why don’t you let me dream ?”. My heart answered : “You know why. Deep inside, you know it.”
Because sometimes, dreams are sadder than the scariest nightmare. Because I didn’t want to think about everything I don’t want to think about when I’m awake. Like school and exams, which are the scariest things ever to me. I feel like crap every time I think about how I failed, how I will fail, probably.
But tonight, there was something more. It wasn’t something scary. It was something… else. My heart is not beating faster when I think about that. Tears are not rolling down my face. So it was easy to avoid it for a moment. Like another thought. And now that I can’t sleep, I’m trying to understand it.
I’m thinking about him and it oppresses me. At first, I thought it was because I was sad, something pretty normal then. But it wasn’t. So I looked at his face, his eyes -shining like the stars-, his smile -heartwarming, reassuring, sometimes full of joy, sometimes a little sad but always outstanding-. And I knew it. I just knew it. I’m scared for him. I don’t know why. I know he will do well, I know he can do it. I never thought about people’s enlistment as something very scary or even sad. Because we know they will be back and it’s just not that terrible. But I can’t help but feel scared… because he seems so sensitive, so delicate sometimes that it scares as hell. And I’m wondering if he’s not thinking about sad stuff too much. I’m wondering… so many things. But I’m sure he’ll be fine. I want to be sure that he’ll be fine. He has family, friends -true friends- and people who love him of a love which seems impossible but is strongest than ever.
He’ll be fine. And he’ll come back. And we’ll love him. And we’ll tell him we missed him. And we’ll be happy seeing his smile and hearing his voice.
He’ll be just fine. ♥
I love you, little boy ♥