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Here we go again

I actually like a good Monday, when no one bothers me and I get the chance of spending some alone time.

I get the chance to plan out my day, week and just relax.

And with this window of opportunity I actually get to read the news, find out what’s new in the world an even to listen to new songs, of course Korean songs. It’s been a long time since I posted anything about Korea but there wasn’t really anything worth mentioning, until today that is.

Yup, Brown Eyed Girls released a new song “Kill Bill“. It’s supposed to be a homage to the movie “Kill Bill” but I find the video rather amusing. Still, its a nice change from all the cuteness that Kpop is right now.

I am actually thinking of changing my music on my MP3 player, but I’m not sure if I’ll have the time and patience to pick and sort out my music. I remember the last time when it took me 2 days, yet it was fully worth it since I have the same music on my MP3 player for 2 years now.

Brown Eyed Girls “Abracadabra”

This is my latest obsession. I seriously love this song and the video (the girls look amazing).

Credits to: WillSoPosh

It is said that this summer Korean girls groups will be fighting head on, girl groups like K.A.R.A. (Wanna), 2NE1 (I don’t care), Girls Generation (Genie -Tell me your wish), Brown Eyed Girls (Abracadabra), and many other (except the Wonder Girls who are busy in America with their openning act with the Jonas Brothers).

 If all songs are as cool as this one then they should have more “girl group battles”.

Brown eyed girls

After listeningto the Wonder Girls songs, I decided it’s time I should listen to something else. So I started looking for Brown Eyed Girls video’s on YouTube.

And I’ve come to like their song “How come”, but I hate the video. Not the entire video but just the part where Miryo (Mi Hyea Cho) starts singing and she holds a gun in her hand. It looks like she’s trying hard to get attention, very hard. It was dificult for me to find information about them and it seems they want to be appreciated for their singing skills rather then their looks.