[NEWS] 98% of Korean Women Want Plastic Surgery, 46% Have It

15 11 2009

A survey of Korean women in their 20s and 30s found 98% of those asked would have plastic surgery, money permitting, with only 2% objecting to the notion.

The same survey undertaken in 2003 found that 66% would undergo such surgery given a chance, whilst 21% objected to the notion and an additional 13% agreed more with the sentiment that “it’s what’s inside that counts.”
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[VIDEO] Mariah Carey on YHY’s Sketchbook

24 10 2009

Lipsyncing 😦

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[INFO] Steps On How To Vote For Mnet MAMA 09

24 10 2009

PLEASE DO NOT TAKE THIS OUT!
ONLY LINK BACK TO THIS PAGE ^^


-Instructions/ Steps on how to REGISTER at Mnet

-Vote HERE

Please do not take this out. Instead, link back here!

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PLEASE DO NOT TAKE THIS OUT!
ONLY LINK BACK TO THIS PAGE ^^

 


Vote HERE

 

 

 





[INFO] How to Register at ME2DAY.net (Korea’s ‘Twitter’)

3 07 2009

Click them to view bigger!

1. metoday.net > click register (circled on top of page)


2. Click the first option if you have a NATE account.
Click the second option to sign up with a desired username.

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[ADVERT] Join Ezyrewards and Be Rewarded Instantly!

28 02 2009

Please help/ support KPOP JJANG by clicking and resigtering at ezyrewards! You can earn from home by just clicking sites, what’s more it’s free to become a member of ezyrewards! ^^

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[INFO] How do Koreans Celebrate “Seollal”/ Korean New Year?

24 01 2009

Seollal, Koreans’ favorite holiday, is just around the corner. During Seollal (Lunar New Year’s Day), most people go back to their hometowns to perform ceremonial rites and paying their respect to their ancestors.

Before Seollal

Seollal is one of the best holiday seasons for department stores and markets. Most people shop for gifts to give to their parents and friends. Meat, fish, fruit, Korean traditional snack “Hangwa” tteokguk (rice cake soup), and various types of wild vegetables are popular items because they are required as part of the ancestral rights. The food prepared for this rite must have nice shapes and colours, and they must be fresh.

People in Korea will be busy traveling to their hometowns during Seollal – so train tickets must be reserved in advanced.

 

 

 

 

 

Seollal Day

On the morning of Seollal, people get up early to wash and put on their ‘Seolbim’ (new clothes prepared for Seollal). Many people wear Hanboks. Then the families gather to perform ancestral rights, paying their respects by offering them food. After the rites have been performed, everyone shares the holiday food together. According to tradition, eating tteokguk (rice cake soup) on Seollal adds one year to your age. After finishing their meal, the younger generations pay their respects to the elders of the family by bowing to them.

 

 

Children especially like Seollal because they can receive money as a New Year’s gift.

Lately, an increasing number of Christian families are choosing not to perform the ancestral rites due to their religious beliefs. Instead, their family members gather to share food and stories, and spend quality family time during Seollal.

After performing the traditional Seollal activities as one’s husband’s parents’ home, families go to the wife’s parents’ home afterwards.

For an more information on Seollal, visit here

 

 

Source: Kpopped + Korea.net
Credits: KPOP JJANG

 





[INFO] Watch MKMF 08 LIVE! NOW!

15 11 2008

1. Install GOM player (free!) here

2. Go here

3. Click the orange button “VIEW LIVE”

4. GOM player will load and VOILA! MKMF live!

 

 

*Red carpet 5 to 7pm
*Award show 7 to 11pm