Monday, December 8, 2014

LAGOON Releases Full PV For "Kimi no Matsu Sekai"


Get ready to fap to Takimoto Miori.




As usual, Japan has to be a bunch of cockblockers, so the YouTube video isn't available in America. I'm going under the assumption that it is blocked in every country not named Japan. Luckily, I found the video here.

I like the song. It's rock, but not the slow stuff from Asia I'm so accustomed to listening. Another plus is that Miori doesn't sing like the typical Japanese female soloist in which she is singing in an obnoxious high-pitch as if she was singing a nursery rhyme. Lastly, those abs.

I hope to have some more posts near the end of the month, but finals and shit are coming up.

15 comments:

  1. So what is it with Japan and their strict youtube copyright infringement restrictions and blocking videos? What is the logic behind doing this? Seems like Kpop benefits from this kind of exposure, but there's got to be a reason that Japan does this that I'm unable to see at the moment.

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    1. Japan is really the only country that I know of that still depends on physical sales as their main revenue generator. Most other countries are smart enough to use the music as advertising to sell out concerts, get promotions, and venture into more lucrative fields.

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    2. jps.tv often has the full MVs when it comes to jpop.
      Here's a better version:
      http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/!/ebf7562f0c25ca8a5c6e7011c7a1c665

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    3. Jpopsuki loads so slowly most of the time. The site sucks.

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  2. Did Korean women wearing ripped jeans become popular before or after T-ara released "Sugar Free"?

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  3. Why is her shirt not ripped?

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    1. Let's go rip her shirt up, Ryan. It'd be worth the trip to Japan lol.

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    2. Yeah I'd love too if I'm not poor as fuck.

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    3. At least her pants are unzipped and shows how inviting she is. It's just one belt buckle away

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  4. She was actually wearing brand new jeans when she came on stage, but I was in the front row and haven't clipped my nails. She fine.

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  5. Sorry for the off topic but has anyone realised that Secret's Song Ji Eun may be the big break-out solo star for K-pop in 2014? The Japanese version of her "25" solo EP is apparently blowing up in Japan all of a sudden, doing better than it did in Korea lol.

    I'll admit I never gave Jieun a second look (over shadowed by Hyosung) but her recent Japan success made me go back through her solo catalogue ie Youtube her past MV's and wow, she's like a Korean version of Evanescence/emo-rock chicks except hotter and her solo efforts are completely different from Secret's style.

    If that happened to me, I imagine it could happen to many K-pop fans who in the past overlooked Jieun as well. Her bland sweetie pie image in Secret makes people underrate and overlook her but this recent turn of events could be a catalyst to make people sit up, take notice and see her as the cool chick that she is.

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    1. I didn't like 25 as the title track, but there are much better songs on her EP, such as "Don't Look At Me" and "La Boum".

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