[Trans] 110125 Rahasia Diet Kim Jaejoong

Ahaaa… apa resep diet Jaejoong ini bakal berlaku untuk saya? *depressed*
Duh tukeran paha poo kita Jae, ahahahaha 😐

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Pada tanggal 23 Januari, Kim Jaejoong melakukan wawancara khusus untuk memperingati hari ulang tahunnya yang ke-26 untuk para fans.

Kim Jaejoong yang memiliki bentuk paha sempurna dan bahkan lebih ramping daripada perempuan menceritakan semua fans tentang rahasia dietnya.

Dia berkata, “Sebenarnya aku makan banyak! Tapi aku melakukan diet dua hari sebelum kegiatan syutingku. Aku lebih ramping dibagian bawah pinggangku. Lalu aku mempertanyakan mengapa hal ini terjadi, kemungkinan besar alasannya adalah karena aku tidak sering bergerak.”

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[Truth in Drink 2] JYJ Kim Jaejoong, “Dating Partners After Debut, All Entertainers”

This is an old post…. I can never forget.. my dear JJ

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[Truth in Drink 2] JYJ Kim Jaejoong, “Dating Partners After Debut, All Entertainers”

Scandals with Japanese Entertainers? Yamada Yu and Jaejoong are Just Friends

Q: I know that you in Japan, too, you stand out as having many friends…

“I don’t know. I’m close with people such as the Singer / Actor Yamasita Tomohisa, who has begun activities in Korea too, the vocal of the well-known male group Winds Tachibana Keita; And the Model / Actress Yamada Yu. It’s a case of them coming to see our performances and we get to know each other. 

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[Fanaccount] Going to Junsu’s Dad Pizza & Yoochun’s Mom Gelato Shop

More and more reasons enforce me to go there (South Korea)….. 😀

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One of SYC fan, Erije, sent us these pics which her friend took when she visited South Korea the last time ^^

Erije’s friend managed to visit Junsu’s appa pizza shop and Yoochun’s gellato shop and luckily, she got to meet both the owners of the shops!! Yep, Junsu’s appa and Yoochun’s amma ^^

She also got Mr. Kim to write message to her and Erije herself, what a happy day, eh? 😉

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Junsu’s daddy Pizza shop from the outside. 2F is the shop’s name.

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The stairs that goes to the 2F. The graffiti are Cassie’s messages to JUNSU!!

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Ichi-go ichi-e

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Ichi-go ichi-e () is a japanese term which literally means “one time, one meeting”. The term describes a cultural concept often linked with famed tea master Sen no Rikyu. The term is often translated as “for this time only,” “never again,” or “one chance in a lifetime.” However, ichigo ichie was actually coined much later by Ii Naosuke (1815 -1860) who was chief administrator of the Tokugawa Shogunate and was also a tea master. Rikyu’s phrase was “ichigo ni ichido” (once in a lifetime) – the complete phrase seems to have been “ichigo ni ichido no e no yō ni.”

Ichi-go ichi-e is linked with Zen Buddhism and concepts of transience. The term is particularly associated with the Japanese Tea Ceremony, and is often brushed onto scrolls which are hung in the tea room. In the context of tea ceremony, ichi-go ichi-e reminds participants that each tea meeting is unique.

The term is also much repeated in budō (martial ways). It is sometimes used to admonish students who become careless or frequently stop techniques midway to “try again,” rather than moving on with the technique despite the mistake. In a life-or-death struggle, there is no chance to “try again.” Even though techniques may be attempted many times in the dojo, each should be seen as a singular and decisive event. Similarly, in noh theater, performances are only rehearsed together once, a few days before the show, rather than the many times that are typical in the West, this corresponding to the transience of a given show

In popular culture, the term is Hiro Nakamura‘s favorite phrase in the NBC series Heroes and is used as the subtitle for Japan’s release of Forrest Gump. The term is used in an episode of the anime, Azumanga Daioh. It is also a song title in the soundtrack of Kareshi Kanojo no Jijo. The term is used in several episodes of TBS’s Hana Yori Dango. It is also referenced in the title of the Kishi Bashi album 151a, which read in Japanese is pronounced “ichi-go-ichi e.”