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Hey.

I’m listening to Nell’s Healing Process album as I’m typing this and I’m telling you the songs are far from healing they are so depressing it’s sucking the soul out of me so please excuse the level of depressing-ness this post will contain.

I’ve been very busy lately since I started attending university. Well I had plenty of time for the first three weeks but when I write I tend to drag my emotions into it and I don’t have time for that nor do I want to do that to myself. I haven’t been keeping up with all the kshows out there thanks to the very slow internet connection at my college. I did put up with the shitty connection to download my favorite drama Master’s Sun. The drama’s ending tonight and that contributes a huge chunk of my depressiveness now. Do you know how hard is it to have So Ji Sub do a romantic comedy? And have him paired with the Lovely Gong? IT IS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE until the almighty Hong Sisters made it happen.

Again, please just excuse me.

Anyway. University has started. In fact it has been more than a month since I’ve been here. It’s better than foundation. Room mate’s great. House mate’s okay. Still awkward with classmates. Don’t let me start with lecture mates. I still don’t like what I’m doing. Dispensing class seems intriguing. But that’s about it. The people in my faculty are meh. What do you expect from brilliant students. Apparently there is a name that other faculties label us as from ages ago.

“LAME”

Yes. Isn’t that the saddest thing ever. But I can’t blame them. All you have is these super brilliant students who mostly scored 4.00 pointer and read books and work hard and come early to lecture halls just to secure the front seats and so much more that scream the opposite of me. SIGH.

On a brighter note, I’ll be KK bound in exactly a week for Haji holiday! I could really use a week from all these depressing settings. I used to not understand the comfort of home. I precisely know the feeling now. On an extra brighter note, it’s my favorite month of the year. I’ll be 19 this month! But to celebrate it with the people here who (((has yet))) to mean anything to me like how I mean nothing to them is equivalent to not celebrating at all. Meh.

I’ll try hanging in. I will try.

xx, Amalina

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YG New Boy Group: WIN ‘Who Is Next’

A few weeks ago we were delivered a rather shocking news from YG about finally revealing its new boy group. Being an avid YG stan myself, I know how papa YG’s words are just sugar coated lies especially stuffs concerning his artists activities. So when a press conference was held and the news of the boy group debut was announced with supporting materials, we all know it’s finally time. A survival show called WIN (Who Is Next) is made to document a battle between two teams (Team A and Team B) and the result is fully depended on the viewers’ choice. Yang sajang doesn’t have a say in the outcome. The winning team will debut with the stage name WINNER (how fitting) and the losing team.. well nobody knows.

Team A consists of 5 members with an average age of 20 years old thus dubbed with the name ‘hyung team’. Two familiar faces are in this team which is Kang Seung Yoon, former Superstar K2 contestant in 2010 who just debuted as a solo under YG few weeks ago. Next is Lee Seung Hoon, former Kpop Star contestant in 2012. I think he’ll have the shortest trainee years among the rest since he only joined YG last year. The other three members are Song Minho (leader, rapper), Kim Jinwoo (vocal) and Nam Taehyun (vocal).

Team B consists of 6 members with an average age of 17 years old. After the press conference today, the most anticipated member seemed to be leader B.I (Hanbi) as he used to appear in MC Mong’s song as a child rapper years ago. Papa YG also dubbed him “the next G-Dragon” and acknowledged by GD himself. The rest of the members are Kim Jinhwan (vocal), Bobby (rapper), Goo Junhoe (vocal), Kim Donghyuk (vocal) and Song Yoonhyung (vocal).

Since the program hasn’t aired yet and I have only seen the boys through a short video, I can’t say much. But having known Kang Seung Yoon years ago and being his fan waiting three years for his debut AND having supported Lee Seung Hoon since his first days in Kpop Stars, I can’t help but being biased to Team A. Plus I have always preferred people older than me  (although 20 years in Korean age would be the same age as me but that’s better than nothing) and I like the mature vibe they give off through their photos and press conference. BUT we’ll see when the program starts.

I was worried about the biased situation that might happen as two of the members in Team A are already well known by public, on top of that Kang Seung Yoon have already debuted as a solo under YG just recently. I was thinking that Team A might have an upper hand but that is not the case since many people are giving a lot of attention to Team B according to what I see today. I see a lot of people wanting YG to just debut all of them but that would mean an 11 member group, which I do not want to be happening in YG. I am not fond of a large group members, let’s just leave it at the hands of SM who seem to be managing SuJu and EXO well. Anyways, everybody is curious as to what will happen. We’ll wait and see..

p/s what ever happened to the Kwon twins? I was excited to see them but they weren’t in any of the team. Tskk my cutie pies will just remain as backdancers is that what you’re trying to say sajangnimmmm

Appa Eodiga (아빠 어디가)/Dad Where Are We Going

I have been wanting to blog about it since it’s my #1 priority in terms of the things I watch now but I just couldn’t find the right time to write an entry, also because I have so many things to talk about and I don’t know where to start. When I heard of it even before the first episode air, I was hooked to the concept of the show. It’s fresh and new, and most importantly (and I have to say the reason why it is now the most popular variety show) real. The kids don’t know they are a part of a tv show (except for Minguk maybe cause he’s old enough to figure out) and are not allowed to watch the show at home so what you get is a generous amount of cute youthful innocence.

Despite its popularity domestically, this show isn’t getting much attention from international fans and I think it’s because nobody subs them anymore (daebaksubs and shiareagy used to sub it but their sites got shut down, now kshownow is somehow starting to sub them from where shiareagy left it but the subbing quality of kshownow sucks) and also the fact that everyone is so focused on Running Man. To be frank, most Appa Eodiga fans that I know have adequate Korean vocabulary to understand and watch it RAW like me, because we have no other choice. All those drama watching did not go to waste 🙂

For those who are unfamiliar with this show, it’s a show where five celebrity dads go on a vacation with their children. Well, not that kind of vacation where they go to resorts and sit back and relax. The lineups are as follows..

1. Sung Dong Il and son Sung Joon 

Although you might have not known his name before, if you are an avid follower of k-dramas, you might have seen Sung Dong Il in his numerous works as an excellent supporting actor. My Girlfriend is a Gumiho, Reply 1997, Jeon Woo Chi are some of his most popular projects. He is the oldest among the five dads and the most wise I would say. His son Sung Joon is 8 years old and probably the most good looking among the kids *warning pedo nuna alert* You have to watch this show from the beginning to see how positive this show has been for the Sung family. As you can probably predict from his appearance, Sung Dong Il was very strict to his children to the point that they are scared of him but this show has changed how Joon interacts with his dad now.

2. Yoon Min Soo and son Yoon Hoo

Yoon Min Soo is in a part of a ballad duo called Vibe (check them out if you haven’t; mad, mad vocals) and rose to popularity with his appearance in I Am A Singer. He is the youngest of the dad, and has his son Yoon Hoo (same age with Joon) and he is his only child. Personally, Hoo is my favorite kid out them all (though currently wavered by Joon and Junsu from recent episodes). I like Yoon Min Soo most too out of all the dads. He approaches Hoo like a friend, it’s always enjoyable to watch him play tricks on his son. Also, he is the the most favorite uncle when a popularity vote was held among the kids. He has an alter-ego called Morris every time they had to cook hahah this is an inside joke (watch Appa Eodiga to find out!). I can’t tell you why I like Hoo in just a single paragraph! He has far too many charms you have to see yourself. One of the obvious one is his bold crush for Song Jong Kook’s daughter, Ji Ah.

3. Lee Jong Hyuk and son Lee Junsu 

Lee Jong Hyuk is an actor that has been in a few projects, but the one that really made him rose to his popularity was Gentleman’s Dignity. It’s one of my favorite dramas (seriously, I have rewatched it three times in a span of less than a year), and his most recent drama was Dating Agency: Cyrano, in which I have mentioned several times in my previous post. He is a father to 7 year old Lee Junsu, also known by his nickname troublemaker. Well Junsu doesn’t really make troubles, but his mischievousness got him that nickname among the fans of the show. I personally thinks he looks like a mini Kim Soo Hyun. Junsu yah, pedo nuna is waiting for you to grow up and be like Kim Soo Hyun, alright? Now that we’ve mentioned this, Junsu did mention his dream to be an actor like his dad. Since he is the maknae alongside Jiah, his aegyo is soooooooooooo cute. Despite his aegyo, he has a 상남자 (manly) image compared to his hyungs (lol Minguk and Hoo). I really like to listen to him when he talks. He just recently showed an interest to Jiah who is practically Hoo’s. So far there is no fighting over the girl, at least infront of the cameras hahahah.

4. Kim Sung Joo and son Kim Minguk

Kim Sung Joo is an announcer and MC. His son Kim Minguk is 10 years old and is the oldest. Despite being 맏형 (eldest brother), he is most popular by his nickname 울보 (crybaby) since he cries a lot, even more than Jiah. I have to say this father-son combo have the worst luck out of the families, especially in terms of lodgings. But Minguk has changed and doesn’t cry as often now. On the other hand, since he is the eldest, he is the most wisest out of the five, and I really like to see his leadership when carrying out the missions. My most memorable Minguk moment was the first vacation at Pumgeolri, during the ingredients mission. When Jiah and Hoo were so into the puppy they forgot to carry out their mission, he was saying ‘nega michyeo!’ (I’m going crazy!) over his dongsaeng. I don’t know, probably because that was the first reliable image I’ve seen of him.

5. Song Jong Kook and Song Jiah

Song Jong Kook is an ex-national representative for South Korea soccer team. His nickname for this show is 국가대표 (national rep). Despite the ‘honorable’ nickname, in recent episodes he just formed a new one, Dumb and Dumber, with Kim Sung Joo. Not sure which one is the Dumb and which is Dumber though heheh. He is a 딸바보 for his daugther Song Jiah, who is the only girl among the boys. As I mentioned earlier, she has a love line with Hoo and recently with Junsu, but it seems like she’s playing 밀당 with both of them hahah.

Those are the lineups for this show. I hope people start watching it and realise all the goodness that is in this show. I think I’m so hooked because I love kids, gosh I’m even working for Cotton On Kids now, so I guess it makes sense. But that’s not the only deciding factor, as it is the most loved variety show in South Korea, so a lot of other people love it too! I hope a proper team will come to sub this show for those who need it. Spread the loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 😀

AUGUST

It’s half past twelve at my place now. August has finally come. We have only a week left in Ramadhan, and with that being said Raya is coming in a week. As I get older, I’ve gotten less interested in the whole Raya hype, my family being the huge only reason why. August is also my last month working at Cotton On Kids. Now that I’ve realised, I never mentioned about my part-time job in this blog. Maybe I’ll post a short entry on my last day. This month will also be my last month here before I start my dreadful degree. I’m leaving on the 30th, tickets all booked since last month. I still have a very heavy heart about that, but let’s not talk about that now. So I have about a month left to myself, I hope I’ll spend it wisely, without regret. I also have lots to say, in fact I have few entries that went into my drafts cause I got lazy typing midway, but I’ll be sure to put them up by this week.

amalina, xx

“Will fate be funny to my life and choose that 1/5 chances?”

That was what I said in my entry here few weeks ago. I really hate it and everybody close to me knows how much I hate going back there. 1/5 was the chances of me going back to Palam. It could be smaller than that as I am more than qualified for the first course choice that I applied, and thought that I’m almost confirmed for it *biggest life lesson, over-confidence will only bring you down.. all the way down to the deep valley of depression* but of course, I was proved wrong because this is what happened..

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Can I just cryyyyyyyyyy. Okay, first of all, the result was out and I found out I got Bachelor in Pharmacy in UiTM. It is my 6th choice and I got it. All the other courses above pharmacy that I chose have lower academic requirements, mostly 3.00 pointer, while pharmacy usually requires 3.7 and above. While pharmacy’s core subjects are chemistry-based, chemistry is not my forte at all. In fact I never managed to get an A for Chemistry while doing my foundation. I only scored A- for both semesters, and organic chemistry was the biggest reason why. To make matters worse, the faculty of pharmacy for UiTM is placed at.. *drum rolls* Puncak Alam! Yayyyyyy! Woohooooo! Congratulations you have scored a jackpot!!!!!!

NOT.

*wails*

Now I’m not gonna write on why I resent that place so much since I already mentioned it in my previous entry. People around me try to comfort telling me that it’s a good course. Well I can’t disagree with that since pharmacy is indeed one of the famous three so called ‘critical course’ and I am thankful for that. When I saw the astounding numbers of failed applicants that didn’t even get a place, I felt bad for even feeling this way. Maybe this is what Allah has in store for me. There is a reason why all of this is happening.

Honestly I don’t even know my ground now. I’d resent it, and then try coming up with a few good points and then be okay about it, and then hate it again, and tried thinking positively telling myself it’ll be all right and like it, but I’ll hate it again. It keeps going around and I don’t know which side I’m at now. But there’s nothing I can do about it now since I accepted the offer already. Now all I can do is wait and experience it myself.

Fate is funny, indeed.

xx,
a depressed future pharmacist(?)

July Jam

There has been a few new songs out and I’d like to share those that I like and listened to a few thousand times. I know that it’s only early July and there’ll be lots of songs out but I’m just gonna post these as for the time being.

1. 2NE1 – Falling in Love

Fresh out the oven! The queens of kpop are back with Falling in Love, a new spin from their usual in-your-face songs. It has this reggae feel with a hint of electronic, suits very well with the summer season. 2NE1 is my favorite girl group out there and I gotta say they look gorgeous in the MV. Especially CL. Guuuurll, damn you so hot. The baddest female never disappoint. I screamed a little upon seeing Hong Jong Hyun’s cameo in the MV, I mentioned my crush for him from his drama Dating Agency: Cyrano. Not to forget the always so gorgeous Lee Soo Hyuk (well what do you expect from a man that does modelling for a living). Well he’s practically a YG family. A fun fact if you haven’t already known this, he is GD’s best friend. If you think he looks familiar, he was in 2NE1’s It Hurts MV filmed few years back.

2. John Park – Baby

This is his title song from his new album Inner Child. I swear I listened to this song for I don’t know how many times already. It’s so addictive. If you’re not familiar with him, he is the runner-up for Superstar K2, Korea’s biggest singing audition program, which made Seo In Guk, Roy Kim, Huh Gak, Busker Busker and Ulala Session famous, to name a few. He’s also an American Idol dropout, though not quite sure which season. I love love love this MV, don’t you think it’s the cutest thing ever? I particularly love the intro of the song.

3. John Park – Sipping My Life

This sort of jazzy piece is also by John Park’s Inner Child. It’s a bonus track (not quite sure what does that mean, it is less important or what) and it’s my second favorite song from his album. I’m surprised by his voice here because if you listen to his songs he has this deep voice  and it’s quite unusual and welcoming to hear his falsetto in this song. Another plus point, this song is fully in English. English, not that Engrish that we all are familiar and used with. In his showcase here he mentioned he had troubles writing this song in Korean, so he wrote it in English and it sounded better. Although I never really heard of the ‘Korean version’, I think writing it in English sounds better.

4. Ra.D – A Certain Flutter

As you can see from the album art (if you can read hangul), this is one of the OST for Dating Agency: Cyrano. I don’t really have much to say since I’m not quite familiar with this singer, other than it has a nice R&B feel to it, rare in OSTs and Korean music (or have I really just been ignorant). If you watch this drama, you’ll be familiar with this song. If you don’t, well.. give it a go!

Large age gap between main characters in k-drama: Is it a trend?

Just my two cents after watching I Hear Your Voice‘s episode 8. A very petty you might say. It’s not even the highlight, it’s probably not even worth bringing up. As I said, petty. But what might be petty to you is really causing me a disturbance that I can’t get off my head whenever I watch these dramas. Is Jang Hye Sung (Lee Bo Young)  and Park Soo Ha (Lee Jong Suk) in a love line for this drama? I know that Soo Ha has been crushing on her. The fact that he’s crushing on her is already very disturbing to me so when I see Cha Kwan Woo (Yoon Sang Hyun) mustering his courage and asking her to be his girlfriend. Honestly after that scene I was so excited to watch this drama but at the end of episode 8 we see Soo Ha kissing Hye Sung it made me think, ah is the actual love line between these two? Is Cha Lawyer the infamous ‘second guy’?

I have never been fond of the pairing of large age gap between the main characters. Lee Jong Suk and Lee Bo Young both have 11 years of age gap. Honestly when I’m sure that this drama is going down to that path, I’m not sure if I’m going to continue watching it. While we’re at it, doesn’t it seem like there’s a lot of large age gap couples in the recent drama production?

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The most recent drama that portrays just that is Dating Agency: Cyrano. In fact, it is still an ongoing drama. I did an entry of this drama here. The main characters are SNSD’s Sooyoung and Lee Jong Hyuk, both having 13 years gap in age. It might sound more shocking when I put it this way, she’s in her 20s and he’s in his 40s AND she’s an idol in the most popular Korean girl group and he is an actor with two sons aged 10 and 7. As probably one of the hugest fan of Dad! Where Are We Going variety show that Lee Jong Hyuk is in with his second son Junsu, makes matter worse for me. He has this loving, playful dad image in my eyes and that has taken its toll on me in a sense that I can’t focus on his character in this drama. Notice ‘in this drama’. I would have gladly watched his drama diligently if only he wasn’t paired with someone 13 years younger his age.

Another example of this case is a recently wrapped drama, When A Man Loves. I became a fan of Song Seung Hoon after watching My Princess, his project alongside Kim Tae Hee. They were adorable in that drama! And then this (drama) happened. I was excited to see him returning to the small screen again but turned off when I knew Shin Se Kyung was his partner. That’s 14 years age difference. I did try to watch the drama but I lasted only 4 episodes. It didn’t work for me, because I really wanted Yeon Woo Jin, the ‘second guy’ who seemed to be more age appropriate for Shin Se Kyung, to be the hero. Plus I really loved his acting in Arang and the Magistrate. Since I didn’t watch the drama, I didn’t know the ending. I did see some AKP’s spoiler article title (AKP is notorious for giving out spoilers, I hate it) that Shin Se Kyung had a turn of heart, but I’m sure she ended up with Song Seung Hoon in the end. So, meh.

Now on to my biggest disappointed in the history of k-drama casting yet, 7th Civil Servant. I am really really a fan of Joo Won + the fact that this is a spy drama + 2PM’s Chansung in the cast made me high with expectations. Choi Kang Hee is 11 years older than him. I  felt weird watching the love line so although it was a drama that I waited so excitedly to come out, I stopped watching after 8 episodes. Choi Kang Hee is known for her baby face feature in the industry, but frankly I can’t agree with that. She looks her age for me. Even Kim Tae Hee who is 3 years younger than her looks far younger. Don’t misunderstand. It’s not like I have anything against her. In fact, her drama with Ji Sung, Protect The Boss, is one of my all time favorite drama. It’s just that, this whole age gap thing just doesn’t cut it for me.

It’s not that I’m completely against this large age gap romance. It’s just that I dislike them appearing in my dramas. At least for me. There isn’t any decent drama I’m watching right now. I Hear Your Voice has a very very good story line, I really loved the how it revolves around law and all, but the age thing is bothering me. While Dating Agency: Cyrano has all the obligatory romcom elements a romcom drama has to have, from the love-hate relationship, eye candies (Moo Jin and Arang omg) to their A+ stars cameos, there is still that age gap that keeping me off. I’m also watching Monstar now for the sake of Junhyung. He’s one of my /ultimate bias/ and it’s his debut drama so I felt obligated to watch. I don’t like the leading lady at all, and I have always disliked school themed drama (the reason why I still haven’t moved on from episode 1 of School 2013), so it’s all basically for Junhyung. Aren’t you proud of your little fan here Joker?

This has been my two cents.

A lately disappointed k-drama avid fan, xx

Behind closed doors

I had a dream last night about enrolling back in UiTM Puncak Alam, or Palam as we call it, for my degree course. Even in my dream I disliked it so much I cried. You can imagine how much I dislike going back there in real life. I have my reasons. I can never understand my course mates, who claimed they miss Palam when it has only been three days since they left. Even until now, it’s close to three months since we left, I still haven’t developed a sense of longing of that place. I did feel weird googling these photos to insert in this post, like a very slight sadness but it’s a weird feeling I can’t even decipher into words. Another thing that also happened today was seeing my high school junior’s photos of her in Palam. That was pretty weird too. I’m sure she doesn’t know me very well but I did gave her my two cents about life there when she was contemplating whether to enroll in Palam or Matrix. I was honest with my opinions and gave her pros and cons of both institutes, I guess her heart goes to Palam. To be frank, I’d choose Palam over Matrix any day, although knowing I’d have healthier social life if I choose otherwise. Anyways I’m proud of her for continuing the legacy(?) of ex Lok Yuk student studying there. Maroline and I were the only ex LY students to go there last year, and I didn’t want that ‘trace’ to extinct somehow.

With Maroline. 7 years and counting.

With Maroline. 7 years and counting.

Notice how I used the term ‘healthy social life’ earlier. It’s one of my biggest, if not the biggest stress I have during my stay in Palam. I’m a very difficult person, it’s hard to approach me cause I seem uninterested in socializing and the fact that I can never converse without the other party initiating it first. Unless in the event that I’m comfortable with you which usually doesn’t happen unless in extreme cases. To make matters worse, the life in Palam is soooooo different from my life in Sabah. It’s so hard to adapt, as a matter of fact I did not adapt even after one year. I can’t talk about the differences in detail as they’re sensitive matters.

I live with 7 other housemates, and 6 of them were so close with each other they’d eat, hang out together, only Maroline who was my roommate and I were excluded. We live behind closed doors. We zone out. I zone out. I think Maroline would do better if I wasn’t being so stubborn, in fact she had better relationship with them than I was. I just couldn’t adapt. I do better in class. I’m not as reserved when I’m at the faculty, I talk I laugh we joke around. I’m so thankful for the existence of Iche who was my classmate, a fellow Sabahan. We have the same gag code and similar interests, and the fact that I’m so reserved and she’s always so bubbly, she brings it out in me.

Iche and I during our class trip at Skytrex Shah Alam

Iche and I during our class trip at Skytrex Shah Alam

I was unlucky and lucky at the same time. I was unlucky because I didn’t have many friends, I was awkward wherever I go, I couldn’t adapt, I couldn’t understand the people, the people couldn’t understand me and it was hard. I was lucky because I have friends to help me cope all this. I wasn’t alone. In lectures and class, I have Iche who is my partner in crime. We come to class together, we’d skip class together. Neither of us want to come to class if one wants to skip. Our classmates call us a combo pack, because really we ALWAYS stick together. In my house, I have Maroline who’s been my best friend since Form 1. I can say we understand each other after those years spent together so I find comfort in her. I think I’d die alone in that house from awkwardness if it wasn’t for her. We’ve gone through a lot behind Room D’s closed door for a year. And lastly, outside class and my house, I have The Usuals. It’s usually me, Maroline, Azu and Naf. We’d have dinner every night without fail, except those busy days with study groups. Azu was my classmate back in primary school while Naf was in the next class from the same primary school so I know them both for a long time. It’s the same reason again, all of us have the same code thus we match. All outings outside Palam are spent with these crazy girls. We have a lot of crazy inside jokes and made crazy nicknames for people in Palam ranging from Wolverine (the very first victim we made on day 1 of orientation which is day 1 of us meeting), Chuck Norris, Bart, That Guy, Si Ketat, Espirit Guy, Chalker Boy, Scumbag (I,II,III,IV), Scumbag Vain, Bitch of Palam (which we shortened to BaLam for easy reference), and a looooooooot more. It’s a crazy clique, I must say.

The Usuals: (from left) me, Azu, Naf, Maro

So I have my loss and gain. I pretty much lived in my own tiny bubble. The reason I don’t wanna go back to Palam is because it reminds me of the bad memories I had, how restricted I made myself there. It’s kind of stupid but it does affect me a lot. I want to go to a new place where I can start over, with an improved ‘me’, in a new environment, new set of people, new everything. That’s the reason; I feel like I can’t start new if I go back there. I feel like I’d get hold back and continue my degree life with the same old attitude that I spent my one year with, restricted. It’s about two weeks until I know my placement for degree, and out of the 10 choices I applied, two of them are in Palam. Will fate be funny to my life and choose that 1/5 chances? Till I write again.

Amalina, xx

Roy Kim – Love Love Love Lyric (Hangul/Romanization)

[hangul]

그대여 나 그대 눈을 처음 본 순간부터 오 난
그대여 난 알 수 없는 설레는 향기 속에 빠져
난 그대 눈을 항상 바라만 봤었고 그대도 나를 항상 바라길 바랬소
나 이젠 말할 거에요 이 목소리에 담아서 오
Love, 오~ Love, 그래요 난 그대를 난 너무나 좋아합니다
Love, 오~ Love, 그래요 난 그대를 난 정말로 사랑합니다
Love Love Love, Love Love Love, Love Love Love
오 그대여 나 그댈 바라보는 것만으로도 오 난
오 그대여 나 그댈 생각하는 것만으로도 오 난
하루 하루가 항상 빠르게 갔었고 그대도 나를 항상 바라길 바랬소
나 이젠 말할 거에요 이 목소리에 담아서 오
Love, 오~ Love, 그래요 난 그대를 난 너무나 좋아합니다
Love, 오~ Love, 그래요 난 그대를 난 정말로 사랑합니다
Love Love Love, Love Love Love, Love Love Love
Love, 오~ Love, 그래요 난 그대를 난 너무나 좋아합니다
Love, 오~ Love, 그래요 난 그대를 난 정말로 사랑합니다
Love, 오~ Love, 그래요 난 그대를 난 너무나 좋아합니다
Love, 오~ Love, 그래요 난 그대를 난 정말로 사랑합니다
Love Love Love, Love Love Love, Love Love Love

[romanization]

geudaeyeo na geudae nuneul choeum bon sunganbuteo oh nan
geudaeyeo nan alsu eobneun seolleneun hyanggi soge bbajyeo
nan geudae nuneul hangsang baraman bwasseotgo
geudaedo nareul hangsang baragil baraesso
na ijen malhal kkoyeyo
i moksorie damaseo ohh

love, oh! love, geuraeyo nan geudaereul nan neomuna joahamnida
love, oh~ love, geuraeyo nan geudaereul nan jeongmallo saranghamnida
love love love, love love love, love love love

oh geudaeyo na geudael baraboneun geotmaneurodo oh nan
oh geudaeyo na geudael saenggakhaneun geotmaneurodo oh nan
haru haruga hangsang pareuge gasseotgo
geudaedo nareul hangsang baragil baraesseo
na ijen malhal kkeoyeyo
i moksorie damaseo ohh

love, oh~ love, geuraeyo nan geudaereul nan neomuna joahamnida
love, oh~ love, geuraeyo nan geudaereul nan jeongmallo saranghamnida
love love love, love love love, love love love
love, oh~ love, geuraeyo nan geudaereul nan neomuna joahamnida
love, oh~ love, geuraeyo nan geudaereul nan jeongmallo saranghamnida
love, oh~ love, geuraeyo nan geudaereul nan neomuna joahamnida
love, oh~ love, geuraeyo nan geudaereul nan jeongmallo saranghamnida
love love love, love love love, love love love