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Baek Ji Young and K.Will Charm Fans at OST-Themed Concert in Singapore: For the first time ever in Singapore, a Korean drama OST themed concert was held here on April 22 at The Star Performing Arts Center. Baek Ji Young and K.Will who headlined the one-night only show was joined by Gilgu Bonggu (GB9) and Yoo Sung Eun. Together, they treated ardent K-drama fans to symbolic songs from the last decade to the latest popular OST songs of today.

I got goosebumps right from the beginning when GB9 gave their rendition of “Bogoshipda” (I’m Missing You). “Stairway to Heaven” was the very first drama that got me started on Korean dramas and I was so smitten with Kwon Sang Woo back then! The next song was “Snow Flower” from “I’m Sorry, I Love You,” starring So Ji Sub and Im Soo Jung, followed by “I Believe” from “My Sassy Girl” which made everyone take notice of Jun Ji Hyun and Cha Tae Hyun. I bet you still remember Gyun Woo being humiliated by wearing Jun Ji Hyun’s high heels! Right?!

Next up was a moving performance of “From The Beginning Until Now” from “Winter Sonata,” the second installment of season-themed tetralogy ‘Endless Love’ drama series by Director Yoo Seok Ho. Lee Bong Gu’s vocal prowess was evident but Kang Gil Gu was probably not feeling so well that night as his voice turned out a little shaky at the high notes. The audience also got a taste of GB9′s debut song “Going Crazy” before they handed the stage over to Yoo Sung Eun.

The singer-actress first warmed up with “I Think I” from “Full House,” one of the classic dramas that avid K-drama fans must watch. I love how her strong vocals can go all tender and sweet, giving flavors to every song she sings. Yoo Sang Eun went on to captivate the audience with “Touch Love” from “Master’s Sun” and “My Destiny” from last year’s Drama of the Year, “My Love From The Star.” And at last, I can hear the song “Be OK” live. This catchy song was used in jingles by Oh!K TV (a new cable channel in Singapore, featuring the latest dramas and variety programs from MBC).

GB9 then rejoined Yoon Sung Eun on stage to for my personal favorite, “Perhaps Love,” which can be considered the OST of the year when popular drama “Goong” (Princess Hours) aired in 2006. Oh I didn’t want the song to end!

Finally, it is the King of Drama OST K.Will‘s turn to perform. K.Will’s set included “Like a Star” (also from “My Love From The Star“), “The Only Person” (from “Pinocchio“), “Love Is Punishment” (from “Brilliant Legacy“) and “Growing” (latest comeback song) before stopping to greet fans. It was pretty hilarious when the fans screamed every single time K.Will took a sip of water on stage, which he too found amusing and began teasing fans by repeatedly drinking from the bottle.

“In Korea it happens a lot. Well, I guess this is our officially saying hello, with me drinking water? Although I’m here tonight for the soundtrack concert, I hope the next time I’m here I will be singing to you more of my songs. I have a lot of good songs,” said K.Will to the cheers of fans.

“It is really great to know that fans look up the meaning of the songs, and for you to sing with me, that’s really grateful to know as a singer. Thank you so much!”

K.Will went on to perform the upbeat “Real Love Song” (from “The Greatest Love“) and wrapped up with “My Heart Is Beating” (from his second mini album of the same title).

The night belonged to Baek Ji Young. The moment she walked out on stage she was welcomed with clamorous cheers even though she started her set with a really sad break up song.

“Hello Singapore, thank you, nice to meet you! This is my second time in Singapore; I was here three years ago for the MAMA concert. Back then it was a huge event with a lot of other artists and I didn’t have any interaction with my fans. This was not as fancy as the show I was here for last time, but through the songs of famous and amazing dramas from Korea, I hope we can have a great time together. The song you just listened to is ‘Please Don’t Forget Me‘ from the drama ‘IRIS‘ and it was a huge hit even in Korea. It was a great honor to be featured in such an amazing drama. What do you think I will be singing next? That’s right. This is a song that I really love, ‘That Woman‘ (from “Secret Garden“).”

After performing “That Woman” and “After a Long Time” from “Rooftop Prince,” Baek Ji Young shared with the audience: “That drama has good acting by Park Yoochun and Han Ji Min but it was a lot more special to me because my husband Jung Suk Won. We have a puppy at home and we named it after his role (Yong Sool).” Jung Suk Won’s role in the drama was the crown prince’s bodyguard who donned a blue track suit. Baek Ji Young also revealed that it is the first time that she sang “After a Long Time” on stage after singing it for the drama, specially gifting it to the fans in Singapore.

The Queen of Drama OST went on to belt out “Because of You” (from “Hyde, Jekyell, Me“), “Spring Rain” (from “Gu Family Book“) and “Fervor” (from movie “The Fatal Encounter“). “I can’t say that we are really close but I think the relationship I have with Hyun Bin is rather special,” commented Baek Ji Young. Nobody will deny that, after all Baek Ji Young has sung several OSTs for dramas and movies that featured Hyun Bin!

In an attempt to bring fans to their feet, Baek Ji Young also danced to “Bad Girl” and “My Ear’s Candy” with her manager rapping along. Baek Ji Young closed the concert with “Like Being Hit By a Bullet.” It would have delighted fans further if K.Will and Baek Ji Young had a special stage and sang a duet together. Nonetheless, all good things will come to those who wait. As a K-drama fan myself, I’m already looking forward to more such OST-themed concerts!

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Baek Ji Young and K.Will Charm Fans at OST-Themed Concert in Singapore

Baek Ji Young and K.Will Charm Fans at OST-Themed Concert in Singapore

For the first time ever in Singapore, a Korean drama OST themed concert was held here on April 22 at The Star Performing Arts Center. Baek Ji Young and K.Will who headlined the one-night only show was joined by Gilgu Bonggu (GB9) and Yoo Sung Eun. Together, they treated ardent K-drama fans to symbolic songs from the last decade to the latest popular OST songs of today.

I got goosebumps right…

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Ryan E Weber - The Lights in the Sands of Katumpkale. Orchestral music meets pop. BBC drama theme music anyone?

An experimental take upon pop and classical styles, Ryan E Webers, The Lights in the Sands of Katumpkale (TLITSOK), is truly an awe inspiring production.

The Expanse by James S.A. Corey: Genre Shenanigans (IN SPACE)

The Expanse is predicated on the idea that we have some compelling reason to populate places that are prohibitively hard to live on or in, like in domes on Mars, or the Asteroid Belt, or spaceships. Humans! We have the spirit of adventure! Time to travel is one issue blocking wider expansion, but once that’s solved? The only limitation is our desire to push out of our sphere of knowledge and experience and find new places to port both our best and worst qualities. Space is empty! Why not fill it with our drama?

There are themes of nationalism, but writ large. It’s less about your street address, where you came from Earth-wise, what you look like, and more about your place on a rock hurtling through space. It also picks up the practically antiquated concern about communication lag and shifts it into a future setting. In the past, getting news and other information was a longer process, taking additional time the farther back in the past you go, especially when dealing with colonies or places controlled by governments or corporations which were far away. We’re so spoiled by instantaneous communication. When we eventually send actual people far enough into space that there’s a communication lag, we’re going to get hurled back a century. I’m not sure most of us realize how weird that’s going to be. We’re so spoiled right now; this series grabs the idea that our metaphorical universes are going to expand and runs with it to great affect. Time is a commodity we’ve begun taking for granted in thousands of different ways. I mean, I can send my friends across an ocean a picture of an attractive celebrity and seconds later they can write back, “Ugh, no, what is your deal with Sebastian Stan?” The Expanse really shows how on a more important, political/human safety scale this lack of connection can change everything.

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After the ill-fated attempt at creating a Supernatural spin off with ‘Bloodlines’, the CW has expressed interest in taking another shot at creating a series that takes place in the same universe as the popular horror-themed drama. There’s no word yet on what their next attempt will be, but fans have plenty of ideas of what they’d like to see in a show. One of the most talked about ideas has been for Sheriff Jody Mills to get her own show, which has only strengthened these past few months as her story has expanded. She now has a sidekick, Donna, an adopted daughter, Alex, and, as of “Angel Heart”, will be looking after Claire Novak. Things are set up perfectly for an exciting, demographically appropriate, and strongly female-dominated story that can run parallel with Supernatural.

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Theme: “Cry Me a River”
Reference: This first world meme and the watercolor technique tutorial.

This theme was a little bit more challenging for me this time around. I probably ended up thinking too much about how I wanted this to come out, but at the same time, the message is so “powerful” to me that I felt the need to do a bit of a proper piece for this.

This piece is how I feel towards a lot of 1st world “problems” (which, to me in a lot of cases aren’t actual “real problems” and instead just a bunch of people (who have more than enough) and not knowing how to be appreciative with what they already have and focus so much on what they want and don’t have).

That’s not to say that one cannot be annoyed at daily lives things, of course, but if more people were to try to put things in perspectives, I believe that there would be less unnecessary drama in their lives, really, and they’ll end up being happier and more appreciative with their lives.

Anyway, I tried to come up with something that’s not meant to be so “offensive” but would serve more of a reminder to those lucky enough to have their daily food/clean water intake, clean clothes to change to, shelters over their heads, friends/loved ones to spend time with, and (yes) the internet.

I hope I was able to convey this, but if not, oh well lol.



I really have lots of love for vampire-themed dramas. That is why I love kbs blood, although it had low ratings but it was a bit interesting until it ended. anyway, so about orange marmalade…

Orange Marmalade is based on an incredibly popular web comic of the same name. It takes place in an alternate present where vampires and humans have signed a peace treaty to co-exist. However, vampires are generally shunned in society, and many of them hide their true identities. - Drama Fever

Another vampire-themed drama for me to watch! Thank you! I though that I was going to be frustrated after blood, Thank you for another one. 

Yeo Jin Goo, well known for his deep voice. I have a little idea about him because he was the younger version of Kim Soo hyun in ‘moon embracing the sun’ and younger version of park yoo chun in ‘i miss you’. So, will this be his first acting as the lead? a, you were pretty amazing on the said dramas so i’m sure you’ll do good in orange marmalade. :)

Idol-turned-actress AOA Seolhyun. honestly, i’m not quite sure. I do hope she does well. I don’t want to judge but i’m not perfect, so…I’ll end any introduction I have for her.  I really do hope she does well. 

Cn Blue Jonghyun, He definitely fits the role as a vampire because of his VERY fair skin. I seen him act already in Gentleman’s Dignity, his okay :). I’m sure he’ll do fine here. Anyway, the role suites him. 

(Pictures are from Drama Fever)


Today me and my friend Lane got to Emcee the Middle School Drama Festival! We had themes for each of the times we went onstage to announce the shows and re-read the rules, and the kids loved it. Our themes in order were: 1.town show shirts 2.Prom 3.Spies 4.Black and Gold 5.Show Hosts 6.Masquerade The kids absolutely loved it and we had so much fun. Our town won a gold medal too and 5 kids got awards from our show!

ierohub honestly I enjoyed it at the start but… when I’ve been watching it for 6 hours straight I just want my prison drama not a catchy theme song… also it gets in my head So Badly like i will be in an exam or something and i can’t stop thinking YOUVE !! GOT !! TIIIIIME !!

Road to 4 years with BtoB (Rt4yrs) Day 37, 150427 (late post) - SCHOOL 2015 FIRST EPISODE!!

HAVE YOU WATCHED IT? this is a last post so you must have watched it right? RIGHT??

yeah Sungjae didn’t appear in this episode but lol i didn’t watch it because he was in it. i really wanted to watch a new high school themed drama. (half lying)

(in case you haven’t, here’s the link >> EPISODE ONE WITH ENG SUBS)


meanwhile BtoB who have just reached Japan for their concert.

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This is the official logo to “Chill”, a new short film that I am currently prepping

Production will take place in my hometown and we have one confirmed location to film Currently we are in the casting process

Additional info on the project can be found on its Creative District page - Link

“Chill” is a stylish, atmospheric character drama dealing with themes of redemption and revenge

I will provide updates on any future development.

April 29th Recommendation - Early Autumn by Louis Bromfield

Genre/Themes: Drama, Intrigue, Family, Scandal

“Bromfield takes a close look at the Pentlands- a fictional rich family in New England- exposing the hypocrisy and ignorance behind their luxurious facade. Bromfield’s eloquence when describing both his characters and their surroundings is breathtaking, and his accuracy in describing the characters’ complicated emotions makes it apparent that he knows human nature very well. A fascinating study on the struggle of one woman to escape the stifling influence of her husband and in-laws.”

#applifam29apr is live at the @applifam profile link! Photo taken by @acnarf Franca in Main Street - Stamford, Connecticut. Theme suggestions: 1. Nutrition 2. Blend with something from your kitchen 3. Word art / Quotes / Letter Art 4. Puppet Show / Theater / Drama 5. Abstract art 🎨🌟🎨 - Themes are only suggested. Edit as you want. Thanks for citing all sources! Enjoy… (at 📷Applifam🎨)