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In Topic: [BOOK] Girls' Generation Memoirs

06 June 2011 - 11:52 PM

Finally,a translation of the book!

I scampered to order a copy of it,only to realize i couldn't understand the content beyond the first chapter( blame me for not taking my japanese lessons seriously).

I sincerely want to thank you for putting the time and effort into doing up this translation.
I look forward to the next chapter of the book.


arigato ne.

In Topic: [FAN ACCNT] A Samchon Fan's Account, (Part 3)

21 May 2010 - 05:41 PM

Personally,i don't think it's about getting the tons of signatures from them,but rather knowing that the little something you have done has reached them and that they appreciate it.
I wouldn't expect anything from them,just want to know that there're people like Stephi's dad who genuinely care about them.

In Topic: [FAN ACCNT] A Samchon Fan's Account, (Part 3)

21 May 2010 - 12:37 AM

Thank you Stephi's dad for sharing your story, taengbear,soCOOL,Wenting for the translations.

I only noticed this article today,but I read Stephi's dad's story word for word.(this ,i'm 100% sure.)
It really touched me....the fact that you went out of your way to do things for SNSD and putting yourself second is something i greatly admire.What you have contributed to them simply cannot be described in words.I believe not everyone can do what you have given to them.

Being able to attend their fansign events,concerts,musicals,radio shows is something that i'm not able to do.
This is the thing that i envy the most: being able to be with them,whether at a distance,or up-close and personal.Not only that,they fully appreciate what you have done for them.

Coincidentally,how i got to know SNSD was similar to how Stephi's dad got to know them. I was biased against anything that had to do with Korea at that time,but all it took was 3 days of looking up on them to reverse this thinking of mine.A group that i didn't know at all,had became part of my life.I wish i could be there(i mean,in Korea,or should i say,physically) to support SNSD,but i guess the best i can do is support them in spirit.

When i was feeling down and out,somehow by watching SNSD,all the bad feelings go away.They're like some kind of healing potion that has a revitalizing and refreshing effect on me.They instantly put a smile on my face.

I want to emulate what Stephi's dad has done for SNSD.
I really do.
Once again,thanks for sharing your personal account. ^^
Right now,It's SNSD!