September will definitely be a month to remember when you have two hot KPOP acts that will swoon Filipino fangirls!
i’m a strong believer that not everything you do needs an explanation. if you want a tattoo, get one. if you rather stay home that night, it’s okay to miss that party. don’t forget that you’re living for yourself. you don’t owe anyone an explanation for your choices or preferences.
Running on its third year, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines launched the Philippines-Korea Contemporary Arts Exchange Exhibition on May 30. This year’s theme entitled “Coexistence in Asia” showcased some of the most talented artists from the two neighboring countries such as Joo Dae-hee and Kim Min-kyung from Korea while Manny Montelibano, Geraldine Javier and Leslie de Chavez represented the Philippines.
Earlier this month, I had the privilege of interviewing Too Cool For School’s training manager, Raymond Isais. Mr Isais took time off from his busy schedule to show me around their store and the different lines they carried. He also enlightened me with many interesting facts about Too Cool For School, including the many misconceptions that the brand encounters in the Philippines.
Here’s a quick video run through of Too Cool For School’s store in SM BF to give you an idea if you aren’t familiar with the shop yet.
“I really love the idea of two cultures coming together.” – Sarah Kate Watson-Baik
LOL. Makes me want to rewatch Reply 1997
soohyun couldn’t concentrate on her scene anymore as she’s too embarrassed to get closer and look at oppa’s eyes
Really cute! Loved the song but the mv pulled on my heartstrings! Ahhh…the plot twist </3