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Monday, May 29, 2006

. . world cup . .

World Cup is arriving in 2 weeks time and I just can't wait! I'm not a usual soccer fanatic, and definitely not a fan in soccer gambling, I just love the hype when everyone get together to cheer and boo!

One team, however, that I will definitely keep my eyes on is the Korean team! I've mentioned many entries ago that me and Korea, somehow has this fate going on and Korea never failed to amaze me in many ways. It wasn't just the entertainment that caught me. 4 years ago this time, I wasn't yet a big fan of Kdrama or any K-artists, but I was crazily supporting Korean soccer team. I was very pleasantly surprised because they suddenly emerged from big names like Germany, Brazil, as a pretty strong team, yet representing Asia.


That is Yong Joon watching the World Cup in 2002. When I first came upon the photos and clips of him watching soccer, I was quite amused because I didn't know he was that of a sporty guy (yes I know I was totally wrong coz I later found out that he does like sports too!) and probably too busy. Compare to Kim Seung Woo who almost jumped off his seat, Yong Joon was the quieter one cheering and clapping. But his facial expression when he got excited, it is almost too cute to describe.. hehe!

Will Yong Joon be able to catch the World Cup again this year? *cross finger*

7 Comments:

At 8:11 PM, Blogger bb said...

yea... park yong ha and ms kim sam soon were there too!

 
At 9:43 AM, Blogger marissa said...

I also remember that clip and it was such a joy watching him enjoy the game. I do hope he can have that same experience again. Have you practiced the cheer?

 
At 4:57 PM, Blogger luvjoon aka chiligoyo said...

Marissa, I've practised the way they clapped, but I still have got to figure the cheer they kept shouting.. hehe~!

 
At 4:57 PM, Blogger luvjoon aka chiligoyo said...

BB, that's right, BB! I didn't know Miss Kim Sam Soon, I only realised after I re-watched the clip~

 
At 11:34 AM, Blogger marissa said...

hi chris,

It's dae han min guk!!!!! clap*clap*clap*clap*clap*

I know han min guk translates to Republic of Korea but not dae (just guessing it go). Will go ask my fave ajumma tonight.

 
At 2:43 PM, Blogger byjglobal said...

Wuri Yong Joon definitely stands out among crowds. Who cares of others!? My eyes go to only YJ. This photo is a nice capture, Chiligoyo.

 
At 2:38 AM, Blogger tiffany said...

Hmm... strange. Where did my post go?

Anyway, Dae means "big". The whole phrase just means Korea or the whole of Korea (literally).

I guess the Korean team will have lots of supporters. Not just from BYJ fans but also from all the other Korean actors' fans. hahaha!

 

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