SS3 in Singapore! At cost price, don't miss this! (EDITED)

My friend and I are selling 2 tickets to SS3 in Singapore, the show on the 30th of Jan, Sunday.

We're selling the tickets at cost prices, Cat 2 tickets at 161 (158+3 for sistic). Only Cat 2 left!

The details are below:

And the Cat 2 tickets at 161 for each:
B12 Row 33 Seats 10 and 11

Drop me a comment here if you want them. I'll get back to you asap. Oh, and if you want info on the location of the seats, refer to this. It's first come, first serve, so come quick! This is a really good deal, and you don't have to queue for anything! :D

A gif to lure you in and thank you:

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    It's You - Super Junior
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The repackage version of < Sorry, Sorry > has been announced!
It will be out on May 14th~

4 new songs!!

02. 그녀는 위험해 (She Wants It)
03. 너라고 (It's You)
04. 사랑이 죽는 병 (Love Disease)
05. 첫번째 이야기 (Love U More)

06. 니가 좋은 이유 (Why I like you)
07. 마주치지 말자 (Let's not…)
08. 앤젤라 (Angela)
12. 이별… 넌 쉽니(Heartquake) (Featuring 동방신기_U-Know & Micky)
13. CLUB No.1 (Featuring YeonHee, Lee)
15. 죽어있는 것 (Dead at heart)

-- US$12.99 ; released on May 18th
(yes yesasia is 4 days slower)

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I just have a very sensitive issue up for debate. I do not intend any sort of discrimination whatsoever.

As a non-asian here - white girl here -, I accept that I'm out of the ordinary in Super Junior or even DBSK's group of fans. I never really thought about it how odd it is. However I met this girl today (she had just come from Korea a few years ago) and we started chatting about music and I casually mentioned K-Pop and Super Junior, wondering if she'd know them.

She looked absolutely shocked that I listened to them or how I ever heard of them. I acknowledge I do not know Korean but I research the translations and use subtitles for everything but I wonder if I am looked down upon for listening or even trying. I felt embarassed from her expression and felt judged. Can't everyone enjoy their music? I'm wondering what everyone thinks.

EDIT: I would like to thank everyone for their opinions and input! I read every single one thoroughly and appreciated. I'm sorry my homework does not allow me to reply to every single one tonight so I thought it would be just be fair to post one massive thank you here. Thank you everyone, it was much appreciated and gave my heart little warm fuzzies, hehe. 

I realize how silly and insignificant my little question could seem but I never realized how much others could feel the same way. It goes two ways- I also gained understanding from an asian person's point of view and both the industry- it's very true how K-Pop and SM aren't as large as they seem to be so it should be surprising they've reached America so quickly. We all have opinions and anyone should be able to like whatever music they like, regardless of who you are, right?

If you'd like to chat some more with me, I'm very friendly and always open to friend requests, just add me on my main account- drunk_shadow . :D


Second edit, I'm replying to everyone, I love all your comments!
Third edit: Wow guys, over 100 comments! I'm trying to keep up with them all, give me time. I don't want to regurgitate comments over and over again but it's good music is so diverse otherwise it'd all be boring and nobody would have anything in common, even if it's just a thread in a song.


Hey everyone!!
THEE weekend is coming!=D
i just wanted to remind that it's on 13th of July, Sunday.
we're meeting under the Nelson, Trafalgar square, at 11:00 (if anyone thinks it's too early, please, say so, and we'll discuss)
we decided on a picnic XD

i wanted to ask everyone (if possible) to bring smth to sit on
maybe someone has an acoustic system of any kind (like a portable small one... mine is really quiet =( )

sooooo, i'll see everyone then! :D
lot's of looooove, bye


< HEY HEY HEY! ^____^
i bet everyone knows what we are celebrating on the 1st and10th of July!!!!)
it's BIRTHDAY of our cute
Teukie and HeeChul-shii!!  YAY! 
<3               <3               <3                <3               <3                <3                    

i suggest a
London meet up!...
how about 12-13 of July (weekend) and celebrate both in one go?!
i'd like everyone to cooperate, and decide on the place and all the stuff together...

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[DISCUSSION] The Marketing of Male Homosexuality in Asia

Mods, I hope this is ok. If it isn't, please delete it and I apologize. I figured it would be fine since much of my paper has to do with Kangteuk and other such couplings.

Wondering what's up with the subject of this entry? Well, for my final research paper in my Anthropology of Gender, Sexuality, and the Body, I decided to tackle a subject I've always been curious about: the marketing of male homosexuality in Asia and the women who love it. Ever since I got into fandom (anime, live action, music, etc.), I've noticed a ridiculous amount of fans are into the yaoi/shounen-ai thing. And I've wondered what it is about that particular subgenre that makes it so popular that Asia (Japan and Korea especially) will market so much of their entertainment towards that fanbase. So for part of the research, I have a few questions that I would like as many people as possible to answer, whether or not they like this particular subgenre; the fact that I'm not into yaoi yet know so much about it can actually be more telling than 10 seasoned yaoi fans raving about it. 

I've already done a smaller paper on this earlier in the class; it was a 10-page paper based around two interviews and the analyzing of two media examples pertaining to my subject. My professor loved the paper and seemed very interested, so I want to tackle it on a larger scope. This final paper is at least 15 pages and has to draw on at least 5 individual interviews, 5 observations, and 5 scholarly articles. I have almost all of that, but supplementary information would be a HUGE help. Also, if you'd like to see the sample methods paper I had done on this subject, here it is, along with a 3 page glossary of terms: methods assignment Glossary

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The glossary had to be included, because throughout the interviews there were many fandom terms used that a regular person would never understand. Now I know why people who aren’t into this kind of thing always look at me and my friends all crazy; we might as well actually be speaking Japanese or Korean for all the crazy terminology that we use.

Questions are at my journal, please leave comments there as well 

x-posted everywhere, I'm so sorry