The people and the doggy dummy are the characters of TOKUSOU SENTAI DEKARANGER (特捜戦隊デカレンジャー) from the above image. Aren't they cute?
Anyway, I'm going to talk first about the tremendous KIMONO.
Kimono (着物/기모노), is the national costume of Japan. riginally the word "kimono" literally meant thing to wear (ki "wearing" and mono "thing") but now has come to denote a particular type of traditional full-length garment.
Kimono are T-shaped, straight-lined robes that fall to the ankle, with collars and wide, full-length sleeves. Kimono are wrapped around the body, always with the left side over the right (except when dressing the dead for burial) and secured by a wide belt called an "obi", which is usually tied at the back. Kimono are generally worn with traditional footwear (especially "zouri" or "geta") and split-toe socks (tabi).
Today, kimono are most often worn by women, and on special occasions. Traditionally, unmarried women wore a style of kimono called "furisode", which have floor-length sleeves, on special occasions. A few older women and even fewer men still wear kimono on a daily basis. Men wear kimono most often at weddings, tea ceremonies, and other very special or very formal occasions. Professional sumo wrestlers are often seen in kimono because they are required to wear traditional Japanese dress whenever appearing in public. They commonly wear the kind of casual Japanese attire that is referred to as "yukata", which is of plain unlined cotton.
Kimono hobbyists in Japan can take courses on how to put on and wear kimono. Classes cover selecting seasonally and event-appropriate patterns and fabrics, matching the kimono undergarments and accessories to the kimono, layering the undergarments according to subtle meanings, selecting and tying obi, and other topics. There are also clubs devoted to kimono culture, such as "Kimono de Ginza".
The characters are from GOONG (궁/宫), or more known as PRINCESS HOURS in the Philippines.
Now, I'm gonna talk about the alluring HANBOK.
Hanbok (한복/韓服) or Joseon-ot (조선옷/朝鮮옷) is the traditional dress of North Korea and South Korea. t is often characterized by vibrant colors and simple lines without pockets. Although the term literally means "Korean clothing", hanbok today often refers specifically to Joseon Dynasty-style semi-formal or formal wear that is worn during traditional festivals or celebrations.
I don't have so much things to explain about Kimono and Hanbok.
REAL NAME (ROMAJA/ROMAJI): Kwon Bo Ah HANGUL: 권보아 HANJA/KANJI: 權寶雅 KANA: クォン・ボア BACKRONYM: Beat of Angel BITHDATE: November 05, 1986 (1986년 11월 5일/1986年11月5日) WESTERN ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio (전갈자리/天蠍宮) EASTERN ZODIAC SIGN: Tiger (虎/호랑) ORIGIN: Guri-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea (구리시, 경기, 한국/九里市， 京畿道， 韓國/九里市，京畿道，韩国) LANGUAGES: Korean (한국어, 조선말/韓国語、 朝鮮語), Japanese (日本語/일본어), English (英語/영어)
BoA is my most favourite Korean female singer. Grabe, her voice is indeed a BEAT OF ANGEL! I really like her Korean and Japanese songs, though I could only understand some.
Whenever she hits the stage, I can't help myself but to clap and cheer for her deep within me! She is so lovely, like an angel!
How I wish, her songs will be popularized here in the Philippines. And I'm going to give her my composed lyrics for ID; Peace B and Valenti in Filipino. Wow, Tagalog Version of her songs!
Almost all of my classmates are currently having their duty at Guagua Provincial Hospital!!! MY GOODNESS!!!
I haven't had an idea that I am supposed to have my hospital duty in our province... perhaps,
Anyway, it's not actually a big catastrophe for me... I'm just being exaggerated again... silly me...
The good thing is that I've met my new groupmate in RLE. He is alsom my classmate in lecture. Actually, he's some sort of kind and jolly. And we eventually became good friends.
The good thing is that we automatically felt the sense of oneness. I'm a happy person. He's a happy person. Therefore, we are both happy persons! As we go on with our bonding moments, we shared some stories about what was and what is happening on us. We both had our hearty lunch. As he mentioned, he's from Quezon City campus of our university. And he said that it was somewhat comfortable to be in our campus. And before I forget, I have shown to him my real and authentic personality - having a high sense of PRIDE.
It's not that I'm boasting my prideness, but that's the real me. But I belive that we will still know each other... since he's also almost like me. And sooner or later, we'll become best of friends, just like my other best of friends in Malabon City. However, he's from the slight-distant city of Pasig. And he also said that he is almost familiar with the whole image of Pasig City. It's his homecity anyway. How I wish, he'll meet my friends here in Malabon, and befriend them as well. But like me, he's also a busy person, especially on Sundays.
And so, we are going to watch some good French movies by tomorrow...
Truly, she's my most favourite Filipina singer ever. Gifted with an angelic voice and a dazzling image, she has captured my soul and my heart as well. Lately, I watched the trailer on her new Play RODGER AND HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA.
Indeed, Lea is undeniably indisputable. KAPAMPANGAN YA MU RIN KASI! After all, we Kapampangans are simple yet gorgeous! And we are proud that Lea and I are both Kapampangans!
It would be more lovely it she will have another duet with Brad Kane, Christian Bautista, or Vincent Bueno. Any sentimental and mellow song will do for sure!