Thursday, March 29, 2012

Sunny Side Up

Dear Hasebe-san,

It must have been a surprise and an honor that you were chosen as the magazine cover for the An-an issue, "Strong Men".  It makes me smile though that your first thought/concern/question was, "Does this mean you want me to go shirtless for the picture?"  The result may be a disappointment to all your faithful fangirls (except one) but once again you prove to be nothing less than mein lieblinggspieler.

Love,
Me

P.S. For the record, I'm so glad that you know the appeal of a man in a well-tailored suit.


Dear Taemin,

I'm no rookie when it comes to distinguishing pretty boys from pretty girls in the world of Kpop.  Today, though, when I saw a picture of Shinee after winning M!Countdown! - a well deserved win, I might add - I honestly thought you were a girl.  I think it's time to stop wearing that wig, kid.  No older sister wants to be upstaged in feminine beauty by her little brother, even a fake-me-out adopted one.

Love,
Me
Source: Allkpop.com
Taemin's on the very left.
Dear Uchida,

I love that when Benni said, "It's amazing how much fan mail Uchida gets, so many sweets and nice stuff,"  that your response was: "I think he receives a lot more marriage proposals than I do."  More marriage proposals?!  Do you realize how much of a game changer that statement is?  We went from girls sending you nice little gifts to actually proposing to you via mail!  (What am I saying, they even propose to you via Captain Hasebe - "I want to marry Uchida.  Will you introduce us?")  I love that you're so nonchalant about it.  I love that you don't even see it as a big deal.  Meanwhile, the rest of us live in perpetual shock at your star power.

Love,
Me
Source: www.schalke04.de

Dear Yoochun,

What an honor to go to the Blue House and perform for the First Ladies from all around the world.  What an honor to get to meet South Korea's first Lady and have her personally greet you and tell you that she is enjoying watching your latest drama.  I just have to laugh though.  Somehow I still expect First Ladies to like serious or important TV shows and not romantic comedies about Crown Princes from the Joseon Era who find themselves suddenly dropped into modern Korea.  In any case, definitely a day to remember for a long time.

Love,
Me



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