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Doing 80% of my cosplay work during the last 10% of pre-con is my aesthetic.

Mostly worked on my Bolt Axe today. Circuits are all wired and *work* and everything is mounted in the gem now. Need to do the apoxie sculpt on the back side of the head, bulk up/worbla the pommel, and PAINT ALL THE THINGS.

Oboro’s naginata has been resurfaced and hard coated, so that just needs repainted and sealed, and the break joint re-sanded since I shortened the staff.

The bottom pile is all getting airbrushed gold tomorrow. (Along with the belt piece that may also need to be made tomorrow……….)

Plus a bunch of sewing remaining on Libes.

Wish me luck.

160128 - LU:KUS praises Jaejoong’s self composed japanese song ‘Wasurenaide’, “The lyrics and melody are really beautiful”

LU:KUS performed Live at K-StageO! on the 26th and talked about the beauty of the lyrics of Tohoshinki’s song “Wasurenaide.”

LU:KUS is a 5 membered male idol group, who debuted in Korea in July 2014. And is planned for their major debut on 17th Feb with Universal Music Joint Company with “Break Ya”.

At the Live on the 26th, (sang) cover of 3 of Tohoshinki’s songs and presented infront of the fans. Amongst which one song was “忘れないで/Wasurenaide (Don’t Forget Me)”, after (they) finished singing which, the members conveyed their impressions and the (degree of) difficulties of the song. “At first I didn’t understand the meaning of the lyrics saying, ‘aenakute mo ii, aitai, kono kimochi dake de ii kara’ (Trans: even if I can’t meet you, I want to meet you, just with this feelings, it’s enough).  I thought that if you want to meet, then just go meet (T/N: i.e. that person). But, reading the lyrics several times, reading the Korean [translated] lyrics as well,I understood that it’s about being in a situation where he can’t meet even if he wants to meet, and it became sad.” (Hae won/J.ONE)

“The lyrics, ‘Kaze ni natte Sotto tsutsumitai, kimi ga iru sekai ni sugu tondeyukitai (Trans: become the wind and want to be gently wrapped up (in it), To the world in which you are, I want to fly there at once)’ is really beautiful… and it becomes really beautiful words in Korean as well (T/N: when translated that is).” (Choi [Seok hoon]) They each conveyed their impressions [of the song].

Other members as well unanimously conveyed their impressions as, “the lyrics is beautiful” “Melody is pretty.”

Additionally, Choi [Seok hoon] talked about the difficulty of Japanese, “It was difficult to say ‘Yukitai’ rather than ‘Ikitai’. But the lyrics are beautiful and it became a learning of Japanese.”
(T/N: the kanji 行く was originally read and said as ‘yuku’, but later on it transcended to ‘iku’. ‘yuku’ and ‘iku’ mean the same thing. Now the pronunciation ‘iku’ is generally used rather than ‘yuku’. That is why Choi said it was difficult cause he must have been taught that phrase as the most commonly pronounced ikitai. In the lyrics of Wasurenaide, I believe yukitai was used rather than ikitai because of the flow of the melody, yukitai flows more in tune than ikitai.)

“忘れないで/Wasurenaide (Don’t Forget Me)” is a song composed and written by JYJ Jaejoong during tohoshinki’s time, like the members of LU:KUS conveyed the beauty of it’s lyrics and melody, and the harmony of the five, it is a song which makes an impression in the heart. At the very moment, on 26th that LU:KUS performed was Jaejoong’s birthday.

Source: KpopStarz 日本語版
Translation: xiahjunjjyu of XIAOVERFLOWER
Shared by: JYJ3

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I love everything these guys have ever done. Add in the joint locks and breaks from the Dagger section, and re-interpret the dagger as empty-hand striking (hammer fists or elbows on the lines of the dagger thrusts), and you have some very applicable to modern life self-defense.

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Acceptance of the things you can not change. After breaking major bones you never know how your body is going to heal or feel after. I have no metal or screws holding my joints together after breaking my chin bone etc; and as a result things feel okay on the inside but may look crooked and actually be crooked on the outside. But fuck looks I’d rather work with what I have than sit and not. #yoga #yogaeverydamnday #yogagirl #yogi #melaninactiveyoga #love #happy #wcw #bikiniyoga #nature #natural #miami #fitness #exercise #natural #beautiful #beauty #beach #beachlife #sky #morning #travel #art #cordobaorganics #vegan #fashion #hair #panamanian #bestofig #athlete #healthy #music #motivation #morning #truth #clouds #vscocam (at Collins Ave. Miami Beach)

[TRANS] 160128 LU:KUS praises Jaejoong’s self composed japanese song ‘Wasurenaide’, “The lyrics and melody are really beautiful”

(Translator’s Note: I translated this article keeping in mind that it was regarding Jaejoong’s music composition and because I personally love this song and it’s lyrics.)

[NEWS] LU:KUS, ”Wasurenaide (Tohoshinki’s song) the lyrics and melody are really beautiful”

LU:KUS performed Live at K-StageO! on the 26th and talked about the beauty of the lyrics of Tohoshinki’s song “Wasurenaide.”

LU:KUS is a 5 membered male idol group, who debuted in Korea in July 2014. And is planned for their major debut on 17th Feb with Universal Music Joint Company with “Break Ya”.

At the Live on the 26th, (sang) cover of 3 of Tohoshinki’s songs and presented infront of the fans. Amongst which one song was “忘れないで/Wasurenaide (Don’t Forget Me)”, after (they) finished singing which, the members conveyed their impressions and the (degree of) difficulties of the song. “At first I didn’t understand the meaning of the lyrics saying, ‘aenakute mo ii, aitai, kono kimochi dake de ii kara’ (Trans: even if I can’t meet you, I want to meet you, just with this feelings, it’s enough). I thought that if you want to meet, then just go meet (T/N: i.e. that person). But, reading the lyrics several times, reading the Korean [translated] lyrics as well,I understood that it’s about being in a situation where he can’t meet even if he wants to meet, and it became sad.” (Hae won/J.ONE)

“The lyrics, ‘Kaze ni natte Sotto tsutsumitai, kimi ga iru sekai ni sugu tondeyukitai (Trans: become the wind and want to be gently wrapped up (in it), To the world in which you are, I want to fly there at once)’ is really beautiful… and it becomes really beautiful words in Korean as well (T/N: when translated that is).” (Choi [Seok hoon]) They each conveyed their impressions [of the song].

Other members as well unanimously conveyed their impressions as, “the lyrics is beautiful” “Melody is pretty”.

Additionally, Choi [Seok hoon] talked about the difficulty of Japanese, “It was difficult to say ‘Yukitai’ rather than ‘Ikitai’. But the lyrics are beautiful and it became a learning of Japanese.”
(T/N: the kanji 行く was originally read and said as ‘yuku’, but later on it transcended to ‘iku’. ‘yuku’ and ‘iku’ mean the same thing. Now the pronunciation ‘iku’ is generally used rather than ‘yuku’. That is why Choi said it was difficult cause he must have been taught that phrase as the most commonly pronounced ikitai. In the lyrics of Wasurenaide, I believe yukitai was used rather than ikitai because of the flow of the melody, yukitai flows more in tune than ikitai.)

“忘れないで/Wasurenaide (Don’t Forget Me)” is a song composed and written by JYJ Jaejoong during tohoshinki’s time, like the members of LU:KUS conveyed the beauty of it’s lyrics and melody, and the harmony of the five, it is a song which makes an impression in the heart. At the very moment, on 26th that LU:KUS performed was Jaejoong’s birthday.

Source: KpopStarz 日本語版
Translated by: xiahjunjjyu of XIAOVERFLOWER
Shared by: XIAOVERFLOWER + JYJ3