Saturday, November 26, 2011

2PM Asia Tour In Malaysia (25 November 2011) - PART III

Once firmly seated and exulting over my luck (I came in late and get to go in the earliest and get to sit on a good seat), I get on talking to the people around me. Apparently, the area where I was seated was a special area for contest winners @_@. And I was the only ticket buyer on that row. Hohohoho. If only I was as lucky as the contest winners :P

I also saw old couples with children on the cordoned area on the floor in front of us. Since they were not shouting or jumping up and down, I knew that they were some bigwigs from the organizers and sponsors companies. I felt like saying, 'Shit, since you don't seem interested, why don't you let crazy fangirls like me to sit at your place :P'. Slowly the empty seats were being filled up. I feel proud to say that all of the Free Seat areas and Rock Pit area were filled to the brim. There were even people who sat on the stairs. Another intelligent question to the organizer, have you ever heard of safety exit? What if a fire occurs and there are people who are blocking the stairs causing untold congestion and accidents? Did they actually sell more tickets than the stadium's capacity?

Anyway, the only seats which were not filled and kept empty were the VVIP/VIP seats. And those seats were reserved for companies bigwigs, so I could understand if they were not into kpop :) Kpop is not that mainstream in Malaysia as many would believe. Otherwise, all of the seats were occupied. Even before the concert started, people were really hyped up. There were screams when 2PM were flashed on the side screens and chants for 2PM were peppered in between random screaming.

I myself refrained from screaming as I was saving it for 2PM :P My Hottest (Malaysian Hottest fanclub) were organizing a surprise event of bubble blowing after Thank You so they came in and distributed bottles of bubbles to the front seats (I chose the blue one). Sadly, people were so distracted, only few including moi, blew bubbles after Thank You. The effect that they wanted was sadly not achieved.

The concert started off with the lights being dimmed, pyrotechnics and green laser beams. It was really awe-inspiring. 2PM came onto the stage with full of energy singing Hot (Junsu AKA Jun.K's composition). I didn't exactly remember much of the whole concert since I was busy screaming away, singing along, dancing, jumping up and down, screaming all of the members' names, screaming 'I LOVE YOU' and 'SARANGHEYO', and making that heart sign with my arms on top of my head to Wooyoung and Junho. Wooyoung actually did that heart sign back to me! Okay, maybe he's just doing it randomly but hey, I'm allowed to my delusions.

The whole stadium was singing ALL of their songs which was really awesome since it means that they are real Hottests who actually listened to their songs and know the lyrics. Even the older guy who sat next to me knew all of their songs and was singing along and dancing! If I would to list the highlight of the concert, it would definitely be the Back2U's performance. The sexy girls in man shirts, the close body contacts, the sexual undertone of the dance, the semi-stripping, the sexy slow song. All of them made the crowd go wild. But it was Hands Up and 10 Out Of 10 that made people stood up and jumped around like crazy. The whole stadium even did the one hand up thingie that they did in the dance during Hands Up and the awesome 10 Out Of 10 hand waving (with all fingers splayed wide signalling 10 out of 10).

Not forgetting their most favourite hits Heartbeat (man people were doing the hand movement) and Again & Again. For me, the highlight of the concert was actually Again & Again since it's one of my all time favourite. The crowed was awed by Chansung's sword performance and Nichkhun's angel and devil performance. People were having fun with Junho's song (the one he sang with Wooyoung) and Nichkhun's and Taec's My Valentine. Junsu got serious screams and chants for his performance in Alive. That song is a really great song that made all of us felt alive! Love it!

They also performed their older hits like Don't Stop Can't Stop, Without You, I'll Be Back and many more. Again, it's impressive that people were doing all the hand signs for their songs like the thumbs up for I'll Be Back, okay sign for Without You, punching dance for Again & Again and throwing hands up in the air like a boss (and you don't give a fuck) for Don't Stop Can't Stop. 

One thing I could safely say for 2PM is they know how to work the crowd. They didn't just stick to their choreography, they were extremely playful and teased the crowds with winks, butt-slappings, waves, love signs, random burst of random dances, adlibs and many more. They utilized the stage to the fullest, walking and dancing around from one end to another. They were also very very energetic, dancing and jumping around for the whole 2-hour concert.

My personal impression of 2PM:

  • Junsu can speak English very well since he spoke a lot of English. Me gusta! I was really surprised since he rarely speaks English before. It is always Taec and Khun who speaks English.
  • Chansung is very shy since he rarely talks and when he does, he speaks really properly to thank fans and such. The members teased him mercilessly. I remember when some interviewer asked him what's the advantage of being the youngest, and he said 'Basically there is none'. LOL!
  • Taecyeon is very very playful! He's the one who teased the crowd the most!
  • Nichkhun can actually sings pretty well! He sounded good live and he sang within his voice range and abilities :)
  • Junho is indeed an Emperor! He has that aura around him of 'Touch me not' somehow :P His song is really really good (he should promote it!) and he can burst into random cuteness sometimes :) Oh did I also mention he danced like a BOSS? He did the flips, the hand stand etc like it was effortless! Ah and I think he sent a heart to me (again leave me a delusion to hold on to).
  • Wooyoung is just plain adorkable! His body is like a temple and man he can roll like nobody's business! He also did the most heart signs to the crowd!
  • The boys are extremely good looking up close, extremely tall with long long legs, very healthy looking, very energetic, very funny and great performers who are great in engaging the crowd :) They have great stage presence! Ah did I forgot to mention one of them mistakenly greet us with Hello/Hi/What's Up SINGAPORE? It was a LOL moment which I actually missed since the crowd was so wild (the guy next to me was the one who told me).

In terms of fans, there are mostly girls who came. The fans are of all ages, some teenagers, some youngsters as young as 10 years old (why are her parents allowing her to attend a concert @_@), some in their 20s and 30s and there are even families coming. But there were also many many many male fans who actually know their songs and choreographies. The man who sat next to me was a nice man who knew all of 2PM's stuff! Oh Nichkhun's family was also there! Man Nichkhun is so lucky that his family came to many of their concerts (even in Korea and Japan!). There were even fans from Singapore, Thailand and surprise surprise, Japan! Why they came all the way from Japan to Malaysia is a mystery to me since 2PM has a 9-venue tour in Japan soon -_-

Random Note: It was so hot when we were queuing up outside and we were sweating like horses after a run that a girl made a crack saying that 'That's why we are the Hottests!'. Hahahhahahahahahaa.

Anyway, I had tons of fun! I'll write more once I recall any random stuff regarding the concert and 2PM <3


P/S: Pictures coming soon! Sorry no fancams since I don't have a camera T_T

2PM Asia Tour In Malaysia (25 November 2011) - PART II

2PM came on Wednesday, 2 days before their concert day on Friday. To me it's a good omen since they were not rushing things and had time to settle down and adjust a little bit to Malaysian scorching temperature and humidity :P It took me weeks to adjust to the heat and wetness when I came back, that I told my Mama that I was suffocating (seriously). Anyway, they arrived safely from South Korea at KLIA at 10.40pm. 

Sadly, I couldn't go and greet them at the airport since my parents were away and I had to mind my 15 and 16 year old younger siblings. Now, why didn't I thought of bringing them along in the first place? Ah, well it's because teenagers who are undergoing puberty are basically a mystery to me. They refused to go anywhere with me, so that's the end of it T_T I didn't scour for pictures, fancams or fan-accounts since I want to be surprised :)

On the second day, 2PM had their High-5 event with select few who bought the Rock Pit ticket (the ultra expensive ticket that equals the price of my mobile phone -_-) and official Hottest 3 members. How I envy those who got to go and touch these boys. I want to touch them badly!!!! Errr, now I sounded perverted, but hey fantasy is allowed here :P

D-Day was finally arriving. Sadly (I had a lot of these 'sadly's), my presentation was pushed back to that particular Friday (why, oh why do you have to do this to me?????) and since I ran out of reasons to back out (exam is 2 weeks away, so I cannot not do the presentation that Friday), I had to come to school at 2.30pm (man, I wished we could do the presentation at 8.00am!!!). I was doomed from the start since I knew the presentation would take a minimum of an hour since I wrote it myself. And with the 40-minute drive from school to the concert venue, I knew that I could only be there as early as 4.00pm :(

Anyhow, it was worse than that since my presentation took me 2 hours to finish. I even asked for special permission to go back early from my lecturer, which was granted, praised be Allah! I rushed home and reached the concert venue, Stadium Merdeka, at around 6.00pm. I didn't actually look at the time since I was frantically looking for Syikin and the gang (the girls I met during the ticket sale time).

However, the line was really really really really extremely messy and long. It was that bad. They have 3 entrances into the stadium and man, since the stadium is an old one that goes way back to before Independent Day (1957), the entrances are damned small. One entrance was specifially for VIP ticket holders, the other one for VVIP ticket holders and the last one was for Rock Pit and Free Seat ticket holders.

Now, I ask you, why the hell they have one small entrance for the biggest number of ticket holders? Since it was for Free Seating, many people actually came as early as 8.00am in the morning to line up to get a good place to sit (as closer to the stage as possible). Syikin even came at 1.00pm and she texted me saying that there were so many people already lining up in the heat. That's how dedicated these people were.

My heart sank to the bottom of the sea hearing that since I knew I had to line up at the end. When I arrived at the venue, like I said, the line was so damned messy with people coming from all sides instead of properly lining up from the end. I was khunfused by the mass of bodies and got pushed into the middle-front line. The pushing was so bad that I was pushed into an open ditch. Now, another question, did the organizers ever heard of the word safety hazard? The ditch is an accident waiting to happen. 

Luckily (another one of my many lucks), there were these 2 friendly and nice Chinese girls who cautioned me about the ditch and held me before I actually break my ankles. Since I was stuck in the middle of a sea of human bodies, I couldn't hold on to my mobile (and it has to stay in my pants' pocket for the duration before the concert) and I was semi-permanently separated from Syikin and Lywen :( 

But the girls, Rachel and Emilia (I assume that's how her name is spelled), were very friendly and in the middle of human body heat, we talked about 2PM and their songs. Then the sky threatened to open and wet all of us, thus people get anxious and angry that the organizers had yet to open the door to allow us entrance. It was already 7.00pm and the heat was unbearable (since I was stuck in the middle).

Then somehow people started pushing again and I was pushed to the entrance (can you believe how lucky I was???). But along the way, I was pushed into a metal pole, a metal barrier, a lot of rubbish on the floor and an angry protective Chinese guy who was protecting his girlfriend. He kept screaming at me (and I was apologizing and explaining that I was pushed by the melee and in no way that I want to hit on him, this stupid idiotic guy who didn't seem to think logically). After suffering all the pushings, I get to go in.

And was told by the organizer that I should sit on the front benches. Wait? Front benches? I thought I was supposed to seat at the back? But the khunfused me who just suffered back pain, muscle pain, feet pain, mental pain and all sorts of pain, just walked meekly to her the place she directed me to and sat. Then another lady came and told me that 'there are so many empty seats in the front row, why don't you sit there?' . My heart was jumping with joy and I get to sit on the 3rd row from the floor (I chose the 3rd row since any lower I felt that I couldn't see the stage as people would stand on the floor) which is about 20 to 30 steps away from the stage. Man, I had a very clear view of the stage.

2PM Asia Tour In Malaysia (25 November 2011) - PART I

I am a 22 year old with a lot of extremes. Okay, many of you know my age, so let's just stick to 22, shall we? I have moved on from my teenage years of loving so many artists....Wait, I've never actually loved so many artists. I only loved Backstreet Boys since I was 12 -_- Well, I've loved BSB to pieces since I was 12 and people know it (since I talked about them ALL the time. I mean ALL the time, really). My dream since I was 12 came true last year when BSB came to Auckland for their worldwide concert.

Somebody told me about it since I didn't actually follow the concerts in Auckland and I desperately tried to find  ticket for the concert. Fortunately, my best friend Joyce wanted to tag along (she is actually worse than me since she actually bought some hella expensive official goodies) and both of us had real fun during that concert. The highlights of the concert were - We got lucky that we bought a NZ$100+ tickets for a much lesser price and the seats were about 10 to 15 seats away from the stage (they are floor seats and they are soooo awesome!!!).

Anyway, the whole point of this story is since BSB, I've added another favourite artist that I follow religiously. Yes, it's 2PM. Since every few of my posts is about 2PM, it's very obvious that 2PM is my thing, my other 'extreme', I'd like to call it :P Again, I got really lucky this time that 2PM chose Malaysia as one of their tour venues (since Malaysia is notorious for being overlooked for any concerts T_T People just go to our neighbouring countries like Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand instead). So I went to VIVA at around 2pm (wow this post is sprinkled with 2PM everywhere!), and surprisingly, the line was really really long. I actually thought not many people will go and buy the tickets since I had this impression that 2PM is not that loved in Malaysian kpop scene.

Now, why did I say that? First off, all of my friends who are into kpop are not into 2PM. I mean all of them. It's either Big Bang or Super Junior or 2NE1 that is their favourites. Secondly, any Malaysian kpop TV shows, countdowns, music shows and such rarely play any 2PM songs or clips. Really rarely. In any dance cover competitions, no competitors in Malaysia ever covered 2PM's choreography. In kpop radio shows in Malaysia, 2PM's songs are rarely played. So get what I mean, 2PM is equal to rarely or never in any Malaysian kpop world.

I could say I'm an anomaly (in my mind :P) since I actually fell in love with 2PM in Auckland. I've been away for 5 years and I was disconnected with Malaysian kpop world for that period of time. It was Rachel Mcclintock who introduced me to 2PM. It was a slow process of falling in love. I liked them at first but it was more like a casual like (I can take them or leave them kind of like). Then, I was browsing the song playlist on my 10 hour flight back to KL and saw a familiar name by the name of 2PM. So I played 2PM's Again & Again the whole 10 hour flight. That's how I fell in love.

Anyway, with that in mind, my surprise was actually a shock since I had to line up for about 2 and a half hours to get my ticket. Luckily I met Syikin who knew that there was another venue where we can buy the ticket and she and Lywen went to that place to buy our tickets! So, now I was in possession of a RM191 free seating 2PM concert ticket. Apparently, it was quite expensive (it was actually the cheapest ticket I could get my hands on) since a girl told me that Super Junior's concert's cheapest ticket is cheaper than that.

But I just had to go. So RM191 is a huge sacrifice for me who don't have a job, who is still studying and who is practically saving-less. Anyway, it is a free seating ticket which means I had to came in really early to get a really good seat. I was really happy since the concert day fell during my holiday break so I could come as early as the day before and nothing can hold me back :P

Monday, November 14, 2011

Birthday Girl!

It's been a few days since my ehem another 22nd birthday :P I'm happy to finally celebrate my birthday with my family this year! I knew my birthday was approaching but since it was nothing special, I kind of forgot about it (not really, but for the sake of a good surprise, let's say I did forgot). There was no suspicious movement detected so I didn't suspect that my siblings went out to buy my present on the day before my birthday.

Anyway, the story went like this:

Once upon  a time, a princess was born....Errr, skip that to 22 years later, on the day before her birthday, her whole family planned to eat out for dinner. The princess declined to come, since she was tired (read this: too lazy to bathe and get ready) but her younger sister pleaded her to come (actually told her that they were planning to eat at a new place they found online, which motivated her to come along). The princess relented and went for the dinner.

They ate dinner at a nice place, which they've eaten before (not a new place, but the princess has forgotten about that small detail). The princess shared her dinner with the Queen, her royal mother since the princess rarely eat late nowadays (they ate dinner at around 9ish). However, the princess, realising that she was in need of nutrition, ate small portions of each of her siblings' dinner :)

Moving on to the end of the dinner, her younger siblings Gegel and B went to the washroom (or so they said). The princess made a corny joke about Gegel and her affinity to public washrooms. Gegel and B came back with a nice cookies and cream cake topped with candles and birthday presents!!! The whole family sang 'Happy 22nd Birthday' merrily for the princess and the princess happily cut the cake!

The princess didn't get to eat her cake since her siblings were insisting on her opening her royal presents. The princess was so happy since she loves presents and she loves cute and girly things even more :)

Since I'm in a happy birthday mood, here are my presents from my family this year :P

The wrapping was super cute!!!! Did you see all the colourful ice-creams on the wrapping paper?
I got a really really cute brown plastic mug with a pink cover and a spoon sticking out that looked like ice-cream with waffle stick :) It's super kawaii!!!

Another known favourite of mine! Fire engine red girly stuff! I got a red purse :P It was wrapped in this lovely purple box with silver bows. Simple, classy and beautiful, all up to my discerning taste (err rightttt).

And lastly, an incongruent item, a pink eye shadow. It's a weird item considering it didn't fit the other items and it wasn't wrapped. It was put in an Elianto green plastic bag (so I know where it came from, not that I didn't know just by looking at this). Immediately I knew why they gave me this, which will remain a secret between my family and I :P

I had a lovely birthday this year. Thank you for the birthday wishes, Dora, Yaya, Fazan, Joyce, Janus, Aravind (man you called me right at 12am! Hahahaha thanks for that dearie!), Evie, Nicole, my Survivors 9802 friends and many many of my friends. I love you guys <3

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Naughty Little Critter

This little critter is always in motion.

Sequence 1: 
'Isn't it just fun to play wrestling with my cousin!!! I've perfected my headlock technique, all before I reach 7 years of age!'

Sequence 2:
'Is it music that I'm hearing? LET'S PARTEYYYYYYYYYY!'

Sequence 3:
*Poke poke poke*. Let's play poke-the-camera!

Sequence 4:
Amazing! Captivated by crap TV show that our local channel is putting on Eid al-Adha mornings.

Sequence 5:
'What shall I do now?' - 2.3 seconds before he went off to do what he's done best, fooling around.

This is my little cousin on the maternal side (my aunty's little boy). He's infamous for his naughtiness :) I haven't seen him in a while and boy, this boy just never stop. He's constantly moving about, poking, prodding, playing and generally making a mess of everything. He's also a smart-ass...Err...Inappropriate use of language below 12 years of age.....Okay.

Anyway, he's also a sweet and entertaining boy. Just this morning, while we were visiting Nenek Maridah (my maternal granny), he gave us all a flower. Which he picked from Nenek Maridah's garden. Which she loves and cultivates like a second child -_- 

Anyhow, he also happened to whistle upon my second sister, Totis' entrance when we arrived. Which is ironic since he just pronounced my sister as 'ugly' just a few months ago. A precocious boy indeed. My uncle even laughed and said, 'I haven't passed down the secrets of  'mengorat' (flirting)!!! And my 7-year-old has successfully done it!'. 

How I Fell (Or Re-Fell) In Love With Kpop

I've been listening to kpop for a while now. It started when I was in high school, during my dramas heyday (I watched tons and tons and tons of dramas). I started off with Japanese dramas, well it's Western dramas first, but that's a given. I used to watch Power Office Girls (one of my all-time favourites) and other J-dramas (J for Japanese) religiously that I even bought the VCDs. 

Yes, VCDs. Back then DVD and Blu-Ray are not yet invented. And internet has yet to reach to what we have now (where we can stream online or download an illegal copy, oops). Since I love dramas, I buy the original copies (well, actually back then the pirated copies were yet to be made for J-dramas :P). They were hella expansive!

Anyway, from J-drama, I moved on to J-pop (or Japanese music, to be exact). From there I fell in love with Hikki (courtesy of Farah Hana), L'arc~en~ciel (courtesy of Farah Hana) and many others (again, many thanks to Farah Hana!). Then, the first Hallyu Wave (Korean Wave) came with the introduction of Korean dramas. K-dramas are different from J-dramas. Their story line makes more sense and back then it was the 'Seasons Dramas' that were 'The Thing'. Autum In My Heart is my favourite (a drama about...Well, in conclusion everyone that matters die in the end. Oppps).

From there, I started to listen to Kpop. I listened to Kangta, Group S (Kangta's project group), Shinwa, SG Wannabe, Fly To The Sky, Loveholic, Clazziquai, J, SeeYa and Loveholic. Then I forgot about them and Kpop. Years later, I listened to Kpop reluctantly as Rachel loves them (miss you so much Rachel McClintock!!!). We discussed Kpop almost every week during our weekly dinner/lunch (usually dinner :P).

From her, I get to know that Kpop has already changed. Shinwa is no more (inactive due to army enlistments and so on). H.O.T has disbanded. Loveholic went the same path as H.O.T. Ditto SeeYa. Fly To The Sky's Hwanhee and Brian fought :( SG Wannabe is not active anymore with one former member committing suicide recently. Clazziquai becomes inactive when Alex becomes active in acting and his solo career. J...She went and produce a Kristian album and just lately came back to her former style.

Anyhow, now we have SNSD, Wonder Girls, SHINee, TVXQ, Kara, Big Bang, 2PM and 2AM. Well, now as in when I started to listen to Kpop again, which is around 2009. 

  • SHINee lost my interest once I saw a bunch of young skinny girly looking teens who wore tight brightly coloured pants. 
  • Wonder Girls was okay since Nobody MV is pretty funny (but I'm never a fan). 
  • SNSD again lost me at the immense number of young skinny girls dancing around (I know there are 9 of them but Gee is such a difficult song to get into for someone who loves R&B like me and add 9 girls who look indistinguishable to me, indifference won the day). 
  • TVXQ is okay (I love Mirotic but it's hard for me to like pretty guys like Yunho and Jeejong).
  • Kara, well their songs never actually captured me (other than Mister).
  • Big Bang....I like them but they somehow look like a gangsta-wannabe in their Haru Haru MV :( That turns me off somehow. But I really really like their earlier music (Lies and Haru Haru).
  • 2PM...Well, since I wrote about them like how I do my prayers, everyone must have know how I love them. Like a maniac. Totally unsuitable for a erhmm 22-year-old. Even though they are all younger than me:
  1. None of them are feminine looking.
  2. Again & Again just cinch the deal. I listened to it the whole 10-hours flight back home from Auckland. Thank you Rachel :)
  3. They do acrobatics. After watching so many videos of girls and guys dancing like SNSD's Gee, my eyes are indifferent to Kpop dances. I know currently they are not doing acrobatics anymore, but hey, I love them when they do, so I love them still now :)
  4. The Jay incident. I love scandals and sob-fest. This just put another extra brownie point for 2PM since they faced such a huge difficulty from late 2009 until 2010.
  5. Their live performances. They looked very energetic :) I love it! (Even though half of them are not even decent singers).
  6. Nichkhun.
  7. Their varieties like Idol Army and in shows like Strong Heart. After watching wishy washy SNSD members interviews (OMG, can't they be more boring in Strong Heart :( ? Especially Yoona. SHE HAS NO PERSONALITY AT ALL!) or Wonder Girls (what's with these girl groups trying to be perfect all the time?) or 2NE1 (just watch Dara and Bom on Strong Heart, you'll get what I mean) and boring answers given by most male idols in interviews, I just gave up on Kpop idols in terms of personality. 2PM craziness just revived my faith in humanity :P

I can go on and on (this is super long already), but in conclusion, I fell in love with Kpop, lost interest and then fell in love with 2PM.


Saturday, November 5, 2011


E-mail is a great thing created this century. With e-mails, we get to send messages, notices and files like pictures and songs. It's not like Facebook or Twitter, since everyone has an e-mail. It's universal. I myself check my e-mail minimum once daily, it's like a habit now. It's convenient and fast and the messages sent will not likely be lost somewhere between you and the recipient. Unless you actually forgot to press Send button >.< Which has happened to me at odd times -_-

Anyway, with this great invention, comes a great burden. Yes, spam mails. Lately, whenever I see (1) sign next to my e-mail inbox, I get all fuzzy and warm. I am waiting for a great news to wow me. Alas, it's the 'Enlargement Penis, It Will Help You To Enjoy' email. Or 'Western Union, You Got Money Sent' bullshit. What do they think I am? 3? Unless I grow a penis overnight, I don't need it (to the former) and no, I stop believing that money grows on trees overnight when I was 9 (the latter).

Furthermore, I'm suspicious to any e-mails of unknown origin. It stems from the words 'virus' and 'malware'. Anyway, they should also check their spelling and grammar. Some of these e-mails (of the same vein) have such atrocious spelling, I end up smiling and whooops, these emails have magically become my entertainment of the day. 'It Will Help You Enjoy'? Something is wrong somewhere there. No, thank you. I'm enjoying my life as it is. I find there is no need for me to take Viagra any time soon or any time in the future (unless in the miracle of science, someone has found some medicinal properties in Viagra like it can cure stupidity).

One thing I would say about my e-mail is, I have 3, anymore than that is redundant. The current one that I'm using regularly is the one I created when I was 13 (or 12, I actually don't remember the specifics). I remember setting it in my high school computer laboratory. That reminds of of another story......Anyway, it holds a great meaning to me, my e-mail address I mean. Again, that's another story. Anyway, my whole point here is I'm getting spam mails. About penis enlargement and free transfer money. Life doesn't get any better than that.

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