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Miss JKS already? Not there at the Singapore Cri Show 2011?
Here’s a super precious recording of JKS’ “Take care, my bus”. Enjoy!!
(Note: my account is not comprehensive and songs mentioned may not be in the right sequence)
Hi friends, I’m back rather late from the Cri Show. Being a good little eel, I didn’t bring my camera along and so there are no nice pics or close-up videos. And lucky I didn’t bring, because the security conducted such a thorough check for cameras that one would have thought they were looking for drugs or something. The reason given was that leakage of the Show’s contents would be detrimental to the rest of the Asia Tour. Erm, nevertheless I hope that there may be some illegally taken pics and videos that may surface over the next few days (haha~).
Ever since I came to know Jang Keun Suk in Oct 2010, I have been looking forward to the day I meet him, and to attend his fan-meeting. On these 2 days, my wish has been fulfilled. So did I enjoy the Cri Show? Yes, I did, and the second half more than the first half. There is no doubt about JKS’ performance – I love every minute of him on stage. As he mentioned too, he caught a cold in China last week and is not in peak condition. Perhaps it is due to the fact that I had high expectations of the Cri Show, and there are times when it fell a bit short of expectations, so forgive me if I don’t sound entirely flattering.Share on Facebook
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Ok, I’m prejudiced. I simply have to post this video because it’s the hard work and fruit of our group of Singapore eels who practised hard to give JKS a surprise – anything to put a smile on his face! We succeeded and he could do one action in our dance too!!
I’m so happy!!!! Thanks, lean, for sharing the video!Share on Facebook
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He sings, dances, models and deejays, but at the end of the day, this Korean hottie would still like to be known as a “good Korean actor”
Jang Keun Suk may be dubbed as the ‘Most Influential Korean Star in Asia’ or known as the Korean artiste with a Japanese single and electronic music album under his belt, but what he really wants to be recognized for is his acting.
And if this Drama Major in Hanyang University ever had to choose between these activities, acting would still take precedence as it is both his “dream and my life”.
To further drive home his point, when we raised the possibilities of catching him on Korean variety programmes — as with the ongoing trend amongst idols and actors these days,Share on Facebook
I joined a group of Singapore eels in performing a flash mob dance for JKS. The organisers had gotten in touch with Colored Rhythms to work this into their programme. So after the airport and the hotel, my friends and I walked just less than 5 minutes from the hotel to Marina Square, then I joined my dance friends at the area next to the stage. After attending a total of 6 dance practices every Saturday, I was happy to see that we were quite close to the stage where JKS could see our dance, if not all our efforts would have been wasted. (There’s a Japanese eel who joined us for the dance too!)
So sitting down and waiting for the event, I spent the rest of that afternoon trying to get internet access to post my airport and car chase experience, and soon it was 7 pm. There was some problems getting enough space for the group of us to dance, because everyone was pushing in to get close to the stage. We asked the public around us to give us a bit of space for that 3 mins, and most agreed generously, though I suspect some people may be unhappy with us (erm, sorry, staying up late!). Anyway, I think there is some unhappiness over some issues over space, but I shall not dwell on that here.
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Having had no experience in chasing stars at airports, I thought I was late when I reached Changi airport at 10.15am, but it turned out I was way too early and no one else was there. Apparently Singapore is different from China.
Then I met up with friend SY, we had time to get lunch too. A couple of hours prior to JKS’ arrival time, Changi airport staff had already set up metal barricades such that it formed a path to the exit, so we knew we were at the right spot, and we took up different strategic positions behind the barricades in order to get videos with different view.
Then Rongling joined me (the first time we met up ^^ ). I noticed a white car outside the exit, and thought that it would be JKS’ transport, which turned out to be right. Rongling and I took turns to go out and take photos of the white, long limousine, and joked that his car was so obvious that it would be visible to spot on the road. After that, it was back to waiting again.
Jang Keun Suk’s flight landed at 2.20 pm.Share on Facebook