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Red Velvet Interview

Red Velvet Interview

Another Level* (*T/N:  Red Velvet (레드벨벳) is often shortened to be called as Revel (레벨) in Korean. This also has the same pronunciation as the word ‘level’ in Korean.) Higher than Red Velvet. The time that Red Velvet is living in right now is on a different dimension.   2017 was a year that Red Velvet ‘leveled up.’ They…

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LUCKY DRAKE! Drake’s surprise for fans as he will headline Wireless Festival after his album Scorpion goes platinum

The singer will join Giggs and DJ Khaled on stage at Finsbury Park in North ­London on Sunday HIS new double album Scorpion has gone platinum after shattering streaming records with ten million Spotify plays per hour. And now Drake is planning to celebrate his success at this weekend’s Wireless Festival. I can reveal the…

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Tiffany Young – Interview with Kpop Star

Tiffany Young – Interview with Kpop Star

Tiffany Young is the new face and voice of H&M’s Divided Music campaign. Born and raised in California, Young spent more than a decade in South Korea as a member of the band Girls’ Generation, before moving back to Los Angeles to study acting. “I just finished shooting this video for (my new solo single)…

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How K-Pop Idols Look Without Makeup

How K-Pop Idols Look Without Makeup

Source Kpop female idols are now popular in the world of fashion as they continue to inspire many girls for their simple but stunning beauty. Today, there are many beautiful K-Pop girls who are not only talented, but also gorgeous, hot, cute, and pretty. These iconic ladies proved that they are simply the best. The…

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How teens train for K-pop fame in South Korea’s star factories

How teens train for K-pop fame in South Korea’s star factories

Young South Korean kids spending less time packing cram schools, opting to pursue their dreams as K-pop superstars.IMAGE: MATT DOUMA BY JOHN POWERFEB 29, 2016 SUWON, South Korea — After Jeun So-jung closes her books at the end of the school day in notoriously hard-studying South Korea, she soon finds herself back in a classroom. Except…

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The Struggles Of Being Transgender

The Struggles Of Being Transgender

Being born in a girl’s body when you’re a boy isn’t too fun. Some of these struggles will be fairly obvious, like bathrooms, I hate them. Others like shoes, will take some explaining. My mind is kind of set up like a field of land mines. Some days I never step on one and others,…

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I Gave Up Shopping For A Year At Age 30

I Gave Up Shopping For A Year At Age 30

The first time I gave up shopping for a year (2010), everyone in my circle thought I was on a different planet. And I don’t blame them. Over the years Ross, Target and DSW had become my best friends and I don’t say that lightly. When I was happy, I shopped. When I was sad,…

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Concerts vs. music festivals: Which do you prefer?

Concerts vs. music festivals: Which do you prefer?

Concert-going is one of my favorite pastimes. The number of concerts I have been to exceed the number of years I have been alive. I have been going to concerts with my own money since I was a junior in high school; which is to say, I take day-trips outside of the city to attend…

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Southeast Asia Is Not The Cheap Place For Westerners To “Find Yourself”

Southeast Asia Is Not The Cheap Place For Westerners To “Find Yourself”

While traveling recently, I shared the table with a Dutch traveler over a complimentary breakfast of coffee, toast, and few slices of melon, which is something us Filipinos do not normally have for breakfast. But I enjoyed it, nonetheless, especially after an hour or so of pedaling on sandy paths, and checking out temples at the…

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Money-Related Thoughts I Had While Watching Bachelor In Paradise

Money-Related Thoughts I Had While Watching Bachelor In Paradise

I’ve had plenty of money-related thoughts watching Bachelor In Paradise this season (my first time ever watching this installment of the franchise), so naturally, I’ve decided to put them to [digital] paper. Of course, I’ve had plenty of non-money-related thoughts as well…but that would make for a much longer blog post with much more rambling. If you’ve…

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