that parokya concert

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  1. hi betchay, i like reading your blog kaya lang parang ang liit na yata ng font mo, di ko gaanong nababasa or malabo na lang mata ko. pasensiya na, na add na kita sa link ko before asking your permission.

  2. elsa says:

    hi! i liked your story. specially your recipes and the names of vegetables in korean. oh i almost forgot panget naman at naghintay kayo ng matagal para sa concert ng parokya, pero alam mo it remind me yung madalas na sabihin nating mga pinoy na “filipino time!” hay.. pati ba naman dito sa korea … aside from waiting i agree na maganda talaga ang mga kanta ng parokya….
    by the way. im elsa bayot, 23 yr old. magto2 months palang me here sa korea. my husband is korean. im having hard time studying korean language, my husband force me to learn as fast as i could. hay..
    im pregnant right now and im graving for filipino food sobra lalo na sa pakbet.. limitado lang na korean food ang kinakain ko kasi yung amoy nung iba hindi ko talaga gusto. salamat sa recipes mo kasi nalaman ko yung name ng vegetable in korean..
    gusto kung pumunta dun sa seoul kung san makakabili ng filipino food pero sabi ng asawa ko marami daw kotse dun tsaka maraming gas ang magagastos… hay…
    mayroon po kaya dito daejeon na mabibilhan din ng filipino food?
    thanks a lot po….

  3. jenicutie says:

    grabe, nabasa ko po lahat ng blog nyo sa site nyo, cguro kagustuhan na rin na karating ng korea, sayang parang mapapako pa ang pangarap ko, huhuh no filipino teachers for korean student,

    musta na po kau dyan?

    visit nyo po site ko, cge po

  4. Anne says:

    Hello there! I was wondering if you could help us out in linking up with a Filipino migrant workers association in Korea regarding a concert we’re planning to produce this October. Part of the proceeds will go to this group and we’ll only be asking for their assistance in processing and securing visa and work permits for the artists and their entourage, sourcing of hotel and car rental services and of course, mobilization of the Filipino community there to ensure success of the project. We hope to bring in Ara Mina and Jimmy Bondoc for an acoustic type of concert, tentatively titled “Ara Mina: Heart n’ Seoul” A Pinoy band which is very popular in Daegu will serve as their front act. My partner, Prof. Marlon Aves Diloy, would be going to the Migrant Workers Day on June 11 and hopefully by then, we’d already have estabished contacts with a migrant group that could help us. Thank you and God bless to all of you.

  5. meron palang nangyaring concert dyan ang eraserheads. First and last nila dyan siguro

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  1. June 2, 2008

    […] went out for a bowling once and had a blast! We all attended the “Parokya ni Edgar” concert in Hyehwa-dong too. (The band was TWO HOURS LATE!) We went out once to Nami Island and my husband […]

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