Friday, December 30, 2016

One more item to be autographed

I need to find out where I can get this, so I can bring it with me next time I see Sung in person and ask him to autograph. Hope all is well with him.

I know I rarely thank my readers here. Sorry! But I really appreciate everyone who takes his/her time to read what I'm posting/writing here.

We all know 2016 wasn't the best. But to me, it was still one of pretty good years because I got to see Sung in person in February. That's right. It's almost a year since that happened. But I can still remember precisely how it was.

Now, we received two T-shirts with CODE 8 logo! Remember? I'm a proud backer of the project! I can't wait to find out more about the work.

Wish you all a happy new year and may 2017 be better even though there are so many unpredictable ahead of us. Don't give up. Hope hasn't been dead.

Friday, December 16, 2016

Suggestion for a gift to his fans

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I was chatting with my friend in Japan a few weeks ago about what makes our life easier and we both agreed with this idea -- a daily wake-up call from Sung! Isn't this a great idea? All Sung needs to do is just recording his voice for 10-20 seconds saying something like:

"Good morning. Wake up. You'll be late. Have a great day. Love ya."

Just use iPhone or any other smart phone and record these words, then, upload it to any kind of online file sharing site. Then, grab a link to download the file and paste it in Facebook page. This shouldn't take more than 15 minutes, and become a great gift for all of crazy fans like us.

Alternatively, say same things but in different languages. For example in Japanese,

"Ohayou. Okite. Okureruyo. Itte rassyai. Daisuki dayo."

I'd like to have a Korean version as well, but then, my husband will be jealous.

By the way, it's my birthday today.  lol~

Any other live streaming?

I was checking my old photo stock and found those two I took while Sung was on Facebook LIVE streaming. Before SEMA, there were several opportunities to see him in real time, which was great! Not sure if he is on another car restoration program or anything else that make sense for him to do this type of LIVE streaming again soon. But hope we get to see him in real time again before too long.

It's getting really cold here in East Coast. Hope everyone stay warm. My hubby and I were talking about going to Ski/Snowboarding for the first time this season. It's only 30 minutes away from where we live, and it's their opening day today. But my sore-throat and dry mouth came back last night. I thought I'm done with flue this winter. But I guess it does not let me go easily somehow like a stalker I used to have when I was younger. Well, he wasn't a serious stalker. But he just kept calling me around 1AM every day for a while even though I didn't even answer his call. I didn't think that I will have such person who would stalk me. And yes. It was a Korean guy. I still have several more episodes of my ex. I thought I wouldn't share those with others. But it's been around 20 years passed since then. Maybe it's OK to talk about it. I'm glad there was no SNS back then. I'm totally disconnected with all of them.

That's totally unrelated to Sung. Sung is not one of my ex. Well, I wish, though. lol~

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Such a lovely mean guy

Finally, I watched the entire portion of "Pali Road" after downloading the legit version of it via iTunes store! I have watched previews and read a lot of articles about it. So, I had a pretty good idea about the story and Sung's role. I won't spoil the movie, but I must talk about how much I liked this movie!

I've never been to Hawaii, but I have heard so many good stuffs and something mysterious/spiritual about the islands there. This move has the mood of Hawaii captured very well. All the main characters are pretty attractive and well defined. The main character is very cute. However, sorry to say this, but she just didn't sound like someone who finished a med school in Boston. In my opinion, she didn't have to be a doctor. But I guess it was important for the role to have upscale/fancy job title.

I don't think an elementary school teacher is a type of job that medical doctors would look down. I actually don't look up doctors that much. I mean, they may have made reasonable effort to become one, but other factors like financial ability (mostly from parents) might be bigger. I think job/compensation inequality should be addressed at some point. Otherwise, we may end up with giving 2nd term to the next leader. But I won't go there too much because I just want to talk about the movie.

So, Sung was supposed to be the mean/snobby guy. But how can I hate him? I couldn't. I wrote this before. If I were her, I will just take the life I don't know without complaining anything. Maybe I should set my next vacation place to Hawaii and rent a car to drive Pali Road and see what happens. lol~

Well, I understood the point of the movie. It's not about me choosing Sung. In fact, it bothered me a little bit that the guy with less fancy job title was not officially chosen or approved. I wonder why my parents didn't say anything negative or even question about my hubby. Nobody with matching job title with me tried to convince me that I belong to him so far (and that will never happen, I suppose). It's not about a choice we (girls) make. I don't know if I made a choice. It's more like just let it happen. Whatever it turns into, it's just a fate.

But maybe not. I think we need to wait until the last moment in our lives until we know if it was a right choice or not. It may be still too early to regret...?

Anyway, glad that I watched this movie. It helped me start planning my next vacation place. :P

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Time to download!

Fi just posted this link to Sung's official Facebook page, made me really happy~

I've been waiting for this to become available! I will download and shall watch it tonight. I will talk about that more later.