For this year’s second ode to Lee Sang Woo, I thought that I would introduce you to a new poet whom I just discovered…yesterday at a school meeting, in fact! ” She was recently published in The New Yorker and her book of poetry, titled Trembling of the City, is set to hit the bookstores this March in its translated English version.
There’s a new weekend drama in town, and it’s filled to the brim–and then overflowing!–with star power. Since it’s late as I type this and this little twinkie has to go to bed, I’m just going to share with you two videos and let you see for yourself just how jammed pack this show is going to be…with talent and stories. Dang…! Continue reading Preview of the Week: That’s the Way It Is (그래, 그런거야)
This year, the lunar new year falls on February 8, 2016, and since I wanted to have some little munchkins in my life help us celebrate the occasion, I asked my sister for a picture of her children in traditional Korean garb–their beautifully fashioned hanboks and accompanying little teddy bears. 😉 Continue reading Happy Lunar New Year, Twinkles!
If you were a part of the Musings community back in February of 2015, then you’ll probably remember reading a little corner that I had posted sporadically throughout that month in honor of Lee Sang Woo‘s birthday. Well, it’s that time of year again! *blows noisemaker* Our beloved eye candy celebrates his birthday on the 13th of this month! Hmmm…It just dawned on me that another of my eye candies, Sung Hoon, celebrates his birthday this month, too (Feb. 14th).
In any case, this year marks the second year that I’ll be posting the “Ode to Lee Sang Woo” poetry corner. I hope you’ll indulge me as I share with you some of my favorite poetry this month with these weekly Friday posts. If you’re interested in reading last year’s posts, simply click on the “Ode to Lee Sang Woo” tag below for a streamlined list of the three posts from last year.
I know…I’ve been quite remiss in my blogging this year, huh? *sheepish grin* Let’s just say that I’m trying to streamline a number of things in 2016, and blogging is in queue for some major revamping…in a good way. 😀 Anyhow, until then, my blogging schedule is going to be a bit erratic, so I hope you’ll bear with me.
Starring: Hwang Jeong Min as Uhm Hong Kil, Jung Woo as Park Moo-Taek, Jo Sung Ha as Lee Dong-Gyoo, Kim In Kwon as Park Jung-Bok, Ra Mi Ran as Jo Myung-Ae, Kim Won Hae as Kim Moo-Young, and Lee Hae Young as Jang Chul-Goo
The idea of “future” can be ridden with anxiety and fears, but as we step boldly into another year together as a hearty little community, may we all embrace 2016 with anticipation of great blessings and growth!
Here’s to another blessed year together, Twinkles! May you experience much joy! God bless!
It seems fitting that we close out the “Friday Fun” corner for 2015 with this new song from Hyolyn (of Sistar) as she sings one of the songs from the upcoming movie, The Little Prince…at least the Korean version of it that was released in Korea on December 23, 2015. For those of us in the US, we’ll have to wait until March 18, 2016, for the US release date (Check here for movie release dates in your country).
This time of year may be a joyous occasion for some as they gather with friends and family in cheer and merriment while it may also be a difficult time for others as they reflect on the loss of loved ones, struggle with hardships, etc.
On this Christmas day of 2015, regardless of whether you believe in Jesus Christ or not, I wish you all the peace and love of the Christmas season and the hope of new things to come in 2016! Merry Christmas, Twinkles! Thank you for being a part of this little community!
Happy Friday, Twinkles! I’m “officially” back! Needless to say, I’m ecstatic to be able to romp in my happy place again with you all…and without deadlines looming before me!
With only one more Friday left of 2015–and that’s Christmas day!–I thought that I would take the time to use today’s penultimate FF post of 2015 to not only help us ease our way into another weekend, but take another stroll down memory lane via this music video as we reflect on some of our own past relationships of this year…and say “Thank you.” Continue reading Friday Fun: Ra. D (라디) – “Thank You” (고마워 고마워)