10-24-2011 12:02 AM
Food, definetely. Learned to make onigiri. I also started learning Japanese and using (in my mind only though or when I'm alone) random words from Japanese and Korean. Also listening to jrock and kpop (in this eatyourkimchi had a greater impact maybe). And one more thing: Although I listened to classical music a lot before, now when I see there'll be a concert with something from Nodame I get totally exited and I must go see it.
10-24-2011 08:12 PM
me too. lol.
Originally Posted by Sleepninja
10-28-2011 08:18 AM
Ah, just thought of another "Drama Made Me Do It": cloth face masks. I've seen them more in Korean dramas than in others, but those cloth face masks women wear at home before they go to bed or when they're having an at-home beauty night? I love them. I have way to many in bathroom. And I only bought them because I've seen them on dramas. And because the ones sold by Nature Republic have JYJ on the packets, and I want silky, smooth skin like Jaejoong. (Never going to happen...)
HAHAHA, this actually feeds well into my glutinous ego. Unfortunately I'm on here so infrequently nowadays that it wouldn't be much of a thread. =/
Originally Posted by jeanie65jh
10-28-2011 08:19 AM
And that should be "gluttonous", not "glutinous"---damn inaccurate autocorrect...
10-28-2011 08:39 AM
I learned to make onigiri too! I made some panda bears; they were cute...the little octopus sausages...not so much...
Originally Posted by Elisabetta
10-28-2011 08:40 AM
I'll be learning how to make ddeokbokki because I keep seeing it in Running Man, and it makes me curious of how it tastes.
10-28-2011 08:49 AM
we get something similar in Hong Kong..it's called Cheong Fan..it's yummy esp. with peanut sauce and sesame seeds ...maybe the taste is different i don't know but it does look the same
Originally Posted by PinkDiamond
10-28-2011 09:05 AM
I know you must be busy over there but still... I've noticed your absence and I miss you around here. and...I want a JaeJoon face mask too!
Originally Posted by boredandtwitchy
05-29-2012 07:43 PM
Since watching k-dramas, I want my future home to have one of those doors that require a code instead of a key and the whole video intercom thing to let guests in.
05-30-2012 03:19 AM
has any one else stopped saying "hey" and started using "YAH!" when some one's annoyed you?