WELCOME ^^ 환영합니다 ^^ ようこそ ^^
Welcome to my BLOG. This blog displays some of the news from and about Super Junior! I hope that with the existence of this blog you can add insight to the Super Junior ^ ^ .
내 블로그에 오신 것을 환영합니다. 이 블로그는 슈퍼 주니어에서 약 뉴스 중 일부를 표시합니다! 이 블로그의 존재와 함께 당신은 슈퍼 주니어에 통찰력을 추가할 수 있기를 바랍니다 ^ ^ .
Selamat datang di BLOG saya. Blog ini menampilkan beberapa berita dari dan tentang Super Junior! Saya berharap bahwa dengan adanya blog ini Anda dapat menambah wawasan ke Super Junior ^ ^.
This blog is wearing 4 languages: Indonesian, English, Korean, and Japanese
이 블로그는 4 개국어를 쓰고있다 : 인도네시 아어, 영어, 한국어, 일본어
Blog Ini memakai 4 bahasa yaitu : bahasa Indonesia , bahasa Inggris , bahasa Korea , dan bahasa Jepang
Goodbye Mr. Heechul
Heechul is one of the most dominant and well-known Kpop stars and definitely one of the most popular amongst Super Junior. In the past, he has garnered a reputation of being a drama queen and attention-seeker, an image he certainly lives up to. His constant Twitter updates, many times disconcerting for fans and sometimes downright bizarre, has brought him much attention. His bipolar tendencies and constant mood swings were no secret. I myself have never been a fan of Heechul, finding him annoying and his antics over-the-top. Recently, especially with the news of his enlistment blowing up all news outlets, I find myself growing more distasteful towards the man.
However, his attempts at a quiet entry into the army came as a pleasant surprise for me and I admit even charmed me a bit. So often when big name stars start their army duty, it becomes a full-blown press conference and media affair with the public goodbyes to fans, the revealing of the buzz cut, and the competition to see who can draw a bigger crowd. The whole thing becomes a publicity scheme, taking away from the importance and sacrifice that is army duty. Hundreds of other men enlist every day, yet they don’t get the same recognition.
I admire Heechul for trying to keep at least one part of the whole affair low-key. He broke away from his normal status quo (which could lend to the theory that he is indeed bipolar) which is definitely a change for the good. Maybe in the future, other Kpop stars will follow his lead. What do you think? What’s your opinion on the entire idol/star enlistment issue? Did Heechul start a trend in a better direction?
Diposkan oleh rizky nozomi di Selasa, November 01, 2011