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Lots of things I love which is mainly k-pop, food, and anything funny.

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i’m in love with the hero

(Source: sooyounqster, via taenypush)

I think we can do all genres. Even up to a sexy concept. (laughs) At the company we’re told we have a fascinating charm. That we’re captivating women. There is a reason we used the words ‘Red Velvet’ for our team name.  - (irene)

(Source: rookies-)


© Collarbone + mole

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Su!homies…pls!!! =_=;;

Baekhyun // coloring.

machine - suho version

(Source: lionbaek, via dazzlingkai)

Common Korean Phrases & Words in K-pop

사랑해 (saranghae): “I love you”
보고 싶어 (bogo shipeo): “I miss you; want to see you”
몰라 (molla): informal/slang = “I don’t know”
돌아와 (dorawa): “come back”
괜찮아 (gwenchana): informal = “it’s alright/okay”
것 같다 (geot gata): an expression used when the subject of the conversation is uncertain; e.g. “seems to be”
점점 (jeomjeom): varies by context, but used to show degree (i.e. “more and more,” “less and less, or “little by little,” etc.)
어떻게 (eotteoke): “How…?” or “What should/can I do?”
안돼 (andwae): affixed with a negative force; basically “no”/”can’t”
너무 (neomu): “so,” “too much,” or “very,” etc.
이젠 (ijen): “now” as in “from now on”
이렇게 (ireoke): “like this; in this way”
아직 (ajik): “yet; still”
다시 (dasi): “again”
더 (deo): “more”
니가 (niga): “you are”
모든 (modeun): “every; all”
항상 (hangsang): “always”
곁에 (gyeotae): “next to; by”
가슴이 (gaseumi): “heart; chest”
쉽게 (swipge): adverb = “easily”
오늘도 (oneuldo): “today”
하루 (haru): “day,” thus haru haru means “day by day”
하지만 (hajiman): “but; however,” not to be confused with…
하지마 (hajima): “stop it; don’t do it”
말이야 (mariya): verb = “speaking of”; also used for emphasis
왜 (wae): typically “why” but also “what” in different contexts
자꾸 (jakku): to continuously do something or keep from doing something (literal translation is “keep”)
있어 (isseo): “there is/exists” (positive)
없어 (eobseo): “there isn’t” (negative) also “can’t/don’t”
That's What Friends are for 

(Source: -wendyshon, via r-velvet)