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It leaves me feeling seasick baby

Seems like I am locked deep in the dreamlike reality

It spins me round and drives me crazy

Seems that I am like the moon in the midday

If I was only by myself if I didn’t know you

Maybe I’d have given up, lost at sea

But my heart's still on fire

With a burning desire

Gonna get you back like it’s destined

 

I wish that you would love me

Like yesterday, don’t let go of this hand ever again

And every time my heart beats

Match your steps so you don’t wander around ever again

I feel the destiny in you you you you you

Feel the destiny in me me me me me

 

When you hear my heartbeat baby

You gave me a new life you gave me a new birth

I feel you’re heartbeat away

I been losin my mind I been cravin my shine

I know me before you was a ready-made me

But you designate me and you did resume me

Been calling your name in this whole universe

(Now I need no space) I got youniverse

 

Coming across you is like a TV drama created by the universe

So many wanderings, being lost endlessly

It was you who led me through the maze

You’re my light and salvation

This rain is coming close to an end and now I won’t let go of your hand

 

I wish that you would love me

Like yesterday, don’t let go of this hand ever again

And every time my heart beats

Match your steps so you don’t wander around ever again

I feel the destiny in you you you you you

 

My hearts on fire for your love

Oh my hearts on fire for your love

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Bakwe Chokoe

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8 hours ago, Becca the Student said:

Loved Pinnochio. Do you mean South Korea? I’d think North Korea wouldn’t be too into learning English.

Hahaahaahahahahaha I definitely meant South Korea 😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅😅 thanks for that

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Becca the Student

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Love the sweetness of them. But then there are shows like "Signal". 😉 I love consuming media and art from other cultures. As a writer, it's fascinating to see the difference in tropes and story technique throughout the world. It's inspiring. With Korea, as a female writer, it's especially nice to see what a landscape of predominantly-female screenwriters looks like. (Korea's TV writers are mostly women.) It helps that Kdramas tell a full story in only one season. It's not as involving a commitment as, say, watching Stranger Things or Game of Thrones.

 

@Rosario, it's funny, I don't consider myself a big kpop fan either. I was impressed with BTS's performances on late night TV, etc., but that was about as far as my interest went until about a month ago, when a friend got me into a group called GOT7.

 

It's funny how you describe that BTS feels like a Movement to you. I feel like Korea has such an interestingly interactive way of promoting their artists. I can see the seeds of what the Michaels say is our future (doing away with privacy) in how kpop idols promote themselves. With American artists I like, I tend to like them because of the music. Or, in Beyonce's case, because of her dancing, her incredible voice, and her poise (a lot of her actual music isn't to my taste, but I adore her artistry). With this kpop group I've gotten into, I got into them because I liked their music and dancing (kpop dancing is insane)... but what really seems to be resonating with me is their candidness and care. They're very funny, and it's clear they truly enjoy each other's company. So though I got into them for their music, and I love pretty much all of their B-sides, their place in my life acts more as support than as muses (musicians are usually muses for me). When I've had a bad day, or when I feel bogged down in all that's awful in the world, their fun and funny Sage energy, or their loving care for one another, act as a healing antidote.

 

I think without that interactive, reality-show-like Korean promotion that lets me get to know them, I'd just add them to my playlist and leave it at that.

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Hi ! @Bakwe Chokoe I'm not into kpop, but into BTS, hehe! To me they are a whole new genre. A Movement, even!! :') 😄  and I also enjoy kdramas from time to time ❤️ lovely lighthearted plots and endearing characters.

 

@Becca the Student I also think he meant South Korea 😄 

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Loved Pinnochio. Do you mean South Korea? I’d think North Korea wouldn’t be too into learning English.

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Bakwe Chokoe

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Not a massive K-Pop fan but I had weird isolated phases of watching K-drama's (Pinocchio was good, never finished it though)... But Just a few second into the song and it reminds me a little of ONE OK ROCK's Clock Strikes

 

Off topic: My cousin and a friend are both teaching English in North Korea at the moment ❤️ 

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