Remembering Kim Kwang Suk

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  1. Asawa says:

    Betchay: This certainly brings back memories for me. Thanks for sharing. By the way, I think I’ve been following your website for about 5 years now. As time goes by, I’ve noticed a distinct emphasis on your website towards “all things Korean”. Just look at your “You might also like” links! Now, I know you are a Seoulite, Wife to a Korean, and working Mom. But you are also a Filipina! That won’t EVER change. So, to mix it up a little bit, how about paying a little more attention to “Things Philippine”..maybe a special section? I know you are busy, but you have readers that would love to know about famous filipino follk singers, current issues affecting the Philippines, Philippines customs, or maybe just how to make GOOD Pandesol in Korea! I for one would like to see a little more of your Filipina roots on your website. You have a great website, betchay, and you DO include some Philippine items of interest, but I’d like to see a little more “Philippine pride” themes in your writings! I’m getting a little tired of so much “K-POP this and Korean actor that” , and Rafflecopter makeup promos. I’m sure your audience finds them interesting, but a little more promotion of Philippines culture would really help educate others here in Korea.

  2. Gerl says:

    I love this singer. In fact 사랑했지만 is one of my favorites. A hit in every norebang visit. And my husband loves him as well (I think most Koreans born before the 90’s do). I heard he died of a broken heart heart. A love failed by a cheating wife. Anyway nothing captures a song that comes from one’s heart.
    P.S.
    I found your page while trying to find a good cargo shipping company. Never knew you have this going for quite a time. Glad I met you. I hope we could share some ideas in the future.

  3. Gerl says:

    Asawa:
    I love what you said. I too have been doing the same thing I guess. I regularly check Korean news online but never check our country’s. Maybe having stayed here for some time have made me “Korean” in many ways. But say something bad about Filipinos and you can see me flying with rage. Hehehe I maybe lacking some interest in Filipino trends but I do love our country and forever will be a Filipina.

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