JunToshi & Aiba’s new Kirin Mets CM

Did minna-san see their new Kirin Mets commercial!? Truly cool and amazing, ne! I absolutely love the futuristic aspect and their kakkoii costumes. Hopefully one of them will star in such a movie, I would definitely be the first to see it.

For the newest their CMs, go to the Kirin site here. Get it a few minutes to load, in Japanese. Here is the 60 seconds version that was kindly shared by smsjk:

http://smsjk.tumblr.com/post/140560263073/kirin-mets-men-60-secs-ohno-satoshi-x-aiba-masaki


http://tsuginostage.tumblr.com/post/140664338731/quick-translations-of-the-mets-men-profiles-the


MatsuJun’s new drama

Happy Friday, minna-san!

I saw this on Tumblr a few minutes ago and really really hope its true:

http://arashianeel.tumblr.com/post/138666532791/following-the-trend-this-is-it-wifeys-keep-the

The last Jun-kun drama I saw was Lucky Seven and its Special, which was brilliant and funny. I did not get a chance to watch Shitsuren Chocolatier nor had the urge to, maybe one day. However, I do look forward to any new projects from him.

Happy Nino Month!!

Hiya minna-san! It’s been a while since I updated just about anything in the cyber world…and yes, I’m still alive and kicking. LOL RL has been super crazy and busy…I know I owe messages to some [you know who you are ] and will get them out soon, I promise. XD In the mean time, I restarted my amateur writing so go and enjoy the newest chapter to my Arashi fanfic – Fragmented Reflections at Episode 8. It stars Matsumoto Jun, Ninomiya Kazunari and Takeuchi Yuko.

Also, my Hakuouki Shinsengumi Kitan fanfic with Hijikata and Chizuru titled Beyond Dreams. Modern, alternative universe.

…and my Jang Hyuk fanlisting. So excited that I was approved for his super hunk. Did anyone see him in the CCTV3 reality show – Ding Ge Long Dong Qiang (叮咯咙咚呛 / 딩거룽둥창) – with his buddy Kim Jong Kook along with Jay Park, Kangta, Jo Seho and a few others. They were absolutely amazing in learning and performing traditional Chinese opera. I am not sure how long they were at the schools, but it was a very short period of time and they were required to compete in front of a large audience in traditional attire and makeup. All of artists were fabulous, but I applaud the most to the Korean ones, it was difficult enough with the language and culture barriers. Excellent program that entertains and to bring new light to traditional arts.

Full episodes on Youtube, no English subtitles, in Mandarin Chinese

Themesong – I wished Jang-oppa had performed with them too, but Kim Jong Kook and the other were great:

Aren’t those opera dolls super cute? I really want one. XD