JAPAN LIVE TOUR 2014
JAPAN LIVE TOUR 2014
Lee Kiseop + Blue ; - Requested by anon
I need to get a new home for these ASAP, please buy them off of me. I’ll probably sell for cheap.
Ukiss new generation album
Ukiss bring it back 2 old school (non-autographed & autographed)
ukiss tick tock
ukiss a shared dream
ukiss only one
ukiss the 2nd album 2
ukiss 1st japan live tour 2012
real school original soundtrack part 1
ukiss to the special kiss me
ukiss never land (autographed & not)
ukiss stop girl
ukiss collage (autographed & not)
ukiss first kiss
I’m on my phone so I cannot add a read more so I’ll try keep it brief I guess
what is one thing you hope to accomplish by the end of the year?
Learning to code more fluently/keep on top of my studies while being financially/mentally stable all at the same time for once in my life
you have one month to go anywhere you want in the world. money is not an option. you can go as many or as few places as you want. where do you spend your time?
This is extremely difficult. (I’m assuming you mean money is not a problem).
China for a week. Korea for five days. Stay here in New York for five days. London for five days. Paris for three and Berlin for three. Moscow for two.
you are given an unlimited budget to buy one thing, what do you buy?
A house, obv. A swanky swanky house. Which I can then make rent money off while I’m not living there.
If that’s off limits then possibly a bitcoin farm. Or a load of servers.
would you rather have the ability to read minds or move objects with your mind?
100% move things with my mind. People are far less interesting in their own heads, and moving objects is way more fun.
if you could rename yourself what would you call yourself? (you can’t choose your current name^^)
Probably Jasper or Thomas or something.
what’s your favorite flower?
I’m a fan of honeysuckle. Chrysanthemums are also pretty nice.
do you believe in soul mates?
I think for soul mate to fit the definition of what I believe in, it would not count as what most people consider soul mates. This question asks too many questions in return.
I think there are certain sorts of people that, because we are all a sum of our experiences, relate to each other in very special particular ways based on their past experiences. I think these people are important, but I also think that you can have many in your life and someone can be that person for you at one point in your life but then not be that person for you at another point in your life.
But people can be really special and connections like that can be really important. But it’s also important to realise that those relationships, like everything, are fleeting and transient.
make up a word and give it a definition. (not a question, but close enough.)
Dunit - noun - the opposite of a virgin.
what is the most important thing that you’ve learned in your life so far?
Terrible things happen and are probably going to keep happening but people are very resilient and it’s worth it to get through it. Perspective is a wonderful thing. Hardship really is character building, if you actually try to learn from it.
i’m a genie, what are your three wishes?
1 enough money to pursue things I want to do and learn, and still live stably
2 to have the time to meet and interact with as many good and interesting people as possible (this includes the heroes like Jaeseop)
3 freedom from serious mental or emotional problems, but the wisdom to understand them and be conscious and sensitive of them.
This is all a bit sombre isn’t it.
Bit too sombre for me to be writing questions this evening, I think.
flights, accommodation and concert tickets booked.
I am going to see U-Kiss in a month
Am I about to spend 200 euro on ukiss tickets right now am i about to do that
Is early entrance that important
I like to imagine Jaeseop quietly never returning and becoming something really renowned and important later in life and people writing his biography and being like “wait wat” and having to read blogs like mine to find pictures of him in polyester suit trousers with dreadlock mullets.
Nah I do, that look is interesting enough to actually write about.
How genuine is Jaeseop in his fun-I’m having a great time onstage persona? What’s going on in his head when he looks out at the crowd and gestures to them?
I’m not sure if it’s because I’ve been on a stage, though not the person the crowd are there to see. Crowds are weird. Lights are weird. That number of people staring at you, or not staring at you if you’re not the most interesting thing on the stage, is surreal and hard to connect with.
And I think that Jaeseop has an interesting relationship with crowds. On one side, he’s loving it and genuinely having a good time and laying on the crowd and laughing more than the other boys usually. Jaeseop often connects with individual fans in the crowd and has funny moments with them and messes with them and stuff, and he’s really enjoying himself in a natural pressure free way.
But then there’s the other side, which I think you can see in his face in that gif. When the crowd becomes just a mass of people that he knows he can never connect with on a person to person basis. And he just puts his arms up and tries to take it all in. He looks a little distant, like his heart isn’t really in it. Like he’s thinking about the nature of crowds, rather than thinking about these people themselves in front of him.
I think sometimes with celebrities, they can get a bit overwhelmed with that feeling. With treating the crowd like a necessary working part of the show, rather than a group of people who really love the band and want to support them. And I don’t think that’s a particularly bad thing, it’s just strange and I don’t know how to combat it with modern entertainment layout.
Sometimes I feel like U-Kiss have got this special sort of filter sometimes when they can realise that each of these people came to this performance because they really care about these boys. You can catch them doing it sometimes. Sort of like a “Wow. Look at you guys!” sorta glow. Soohyun in particular.
Jaeseop is much more about seeing the sincerity in the crowd by seeing the sincerity in any one fan. Or that’s how it seems to me anyway. There’s a difference between his Paran years and his U-Kiss years in that. I feel like he’s able to connect with fans individually a lot better because he’s not as intimidated by them as he was when he was in Paran. I think he feels like he deserves their admiration, but not in an arrogant way, more like he can meet them head on and be like “Hey thanks for coming out. I need you as much as you need me.”