- It's ZAYN MALIK everyoneee! (In case you don't know). It doesn't look that similar actually. I know, it's his lips! Geez, guys. His lips is absolutely hard to draw. I mean, no, not in that way while I couldn't focus on drawing because his lips (this sounds slutty). It's just hard. I spent my night and finally decided to continue the day after, but it still doesn't look the same. So I gave up and that was the best I could do. I personally like the old him, with no slight colour on his hair, with no tattoo (you know that Zayn has sooo many tattoos all over his arm right now. I hate it.). I just thought that the One Direction boys had turned into bad boys nowadays. All of them got at least one or two tattoos (I can't hardly believe that Harry got dozens of tattoo on his body, and it looks ugly), or maybe except Niall (because he once went to the tattoo parlour and left with no ink). NOW I'M FANGIRLING, EVERYBODY. Darn it. Well, just so you know, the tattoo update is: Harry: 30 tattoos, Zayn: 24 tattoos, Louis: 6 tattoo,s Liam: 4 tattoos, Niall: 0 tattoos. I don't like guys with tattoo (meanwhile I still watch their videos. Haha, I know.)
- Guess who. I'm asking you guys, yes. Because I foolishly don't know who she is. I was supposed to draw Katy Perry, believe me. Now you won't believe me because it doesn't look like Katy Perry AT ALL. Well for me, instead of Katy Perry, it actually looks like Lana Del Rey. Sort of.
Now, into movie review...
"New high-school transfer student Na-Mi comes from a small town in Jeolla Province to her new school in the capital city of Seoul. When she is nervous, her small town dialect comes out & she starts to shake. On her first day at her new school she is bullied by others. Coming to her help is a group of girls. The girls are Choon-Hwa - known for her strong sense of loyalty & excellent fighting skills, heavyset Jang-Mi - who badly wishes to have plastic surgery to get double eye-lids, Jin-Hee - excellent when it comes to spewing profanity, Geum-Ok - interested in literature, Bok-Hee - dreams of one day becoming Ms. Korea and Su-Ji - always arrogant. Na-Mi quickly becomes part of their group. When the group confronts rival girls known as Sonyeo Sidae ("Girls Generation"), Na-Mi spews curse words she picked up from her grandmother. Because of Na-Mi the girls are able to avoid a crisis. These seven girls then form their own group named "Sunny". They also vow to stay together forever. The girls then prepare for a performance at an upcoming school festival, but on the day of their performance a terrible event occurs leading the girls to eventually going their own separate ways. Twenty five years later, Na-Mi is married to a successful businessman and has a beautiful daughter. Her life seems perfect from afar, but there's something lacking in her life. One day, Na-Mi bumps into high school friend Choon-Hwa in the hospital. They are ecstatic to see each other, but Na-Mi receives a phone call and has to leave. On her way out she ask Choon-Hwa if there is anything she can do for her. Choon-Hwa at first says no, but after a moment of reflection she makes a simple request to Na-Mi. Choon-Hwa asks Na-Mi to find the other members of "Sunny," so she can see them one more time."
In this very quick January, the movie I've recently watched is a Korean movie called 'Sunny'. The movie is not about a cliche love that most of people think about Korean Drama/Movie, it's about friendship. If I had to give a sentence about this movie, I'd say 'Meaningful yet funny in one packaging'. You could find yourself laughing so hard you can't even focus on the next scene, yet you would find yourself crying like a knife stabs your head. I'm no joking, this movie is a great one. As you can see in the two posters above; yes, it's about time. You would find unthinkable things and film technique here. Of five, I give it four stars. Umm... maybe four and a half.
Book review never gets old...
"Lou Clark knows lots of things. She knows how many footsteps there are between the bus stop and home. She knows she likes working in The Buttered Bun tea shop and she knows she might not love her boyfriend Patrick. What Lou doesn't know is she's about to lose her job or that knowing what's coming is what keeps her sane. Will Traynor knows his motorcycle accident took away his desire to live. He knows everything feels very small and rather joyless now and he knows exactly how he's going to put a stop to that. What Will doesn't know is that Lou is about to burst into his world in a riot of colour. And neither of them knows they're going to change the other for all time."
I'm sorry, can't get over this already. I actually read this in December. Got it from the secondhand online bookstore, Meuli Buku. They stock imported books, so you can't find the translated one. Luckily, this is the brand new one! It published in September 2012, and I got this in December 2012! Direcly from England! Yes, even Americans will only get this book in this January! Haha, back to the topic. (YES, I KNOW I'M LUCKY!). I won't tell you the plot, or the summary. Not even a little. I'll let you know that I cried like a baby at my living room after I finished this book. Me Before You is the best, the most unforgettable book I've ever read. Jojo Moyes doesn't give you the cliche or the aah-so-poetry words, instead of straight to the point yet includes mysteries you will never think of. Will Traynor is such a heartthrob. He is a man. A good one. I love him. Anyway, I recommend this to my bestfriend, and he cried. Yes, he's a guy. I just want to tell everyone that they have to read this. Life is too short to not to read Me Before You, I'm serious. YOU GUYS HAVE TO READ THIS, SERIOUSLY!
I can't move on from this.
But I have to go now, guys. I'm sorry I ruin your thoughts.
Soooo, this January flies so fast. Seems like it rides onto the rocketship you can't even catch up. More than that, this month feels fine. Nothing much to tell, but it's just fine. What about yours?
Now a little bonus for everyone...