When Shinhwa returned with its 7th album in 2004, reporter Jo Hyun Woo blatantly used personal attacks on the Shinhwa members, implying that they are failed musicians who try too hard with solo activities.
Otherwise laidback, Eric, as the leader, was unable to sit still and made a reply to the reporter on his website, asking for a more meaningful review.
Here is an excerpt:-
“Just like each person has a personal preference in a variety of food, if our music does not fit your taste buds, then eat something else. We don't cook for people who hate our food. Luckily, we have people who love the food we cook, and that’s why we continue to work hard for them.
Shinhwa is lucky. When we tell fans to study hard as we sign for them, they return with report cards proving they were at the top of the class. Through the music we perform, the audience goes wild and is happy. Receiving that kind of energy from fans, we prepare and work harder. We give happiness and it’s worthwhile .. what more do we need?
If you want to criticize us, then earn the rights to do so. And if your words aren't just merely used to gain interest or if you have more to say to us, I hope that you would personally come see me.
P.S.: It’s not easy to meet Shinhwa. That is all.” —————————————— Happy birthday to the best leader ever, Eric Mun ♥ #HappyEricDay
So thehaakun prompted me and this is what I wrote. THE DUMBEST THING I’VE EVER WRITTEN? MAYBE????????? enjoy
All Hail Bright Futures (Life is Strange)
Word Count: 791
Prompt: I decided to take a shortcut home that involves crawling through a really tight hole in a fence and I end up getting stuck and you just happen to past by and after poking fun at me for a million years you finally decide to try and help me.
or the classic
“I found you lying on the ground with one hand stuck in a vending machine"
2 New Male characters coming to PLL after the time jump:
“TVLine has learned exclusively that two male characters will recur in the second half of Season 6: Jordan, a sophisticated-yet-approachable 27-year-old working in the fashion industry, and Liam, a 24-year-old editorial assistant from Boston.
Could these new additions provide hints as to where the girls will end up? Publishing seems like a perfect fit for budding-writer Aria, and I’ll give you one guess as to which girl I see working in fashion.”