You don’t need to understand Korean to get pumped up from this K-pop jam. “I Am the Best” is a now-classic, empowering anthem and even Microsoft used it in a commercial to tell their competition they were, well, the best. Show those gym rats who’s boss!
Go Eun: #CommemorationOfMomsBirthdayㅋㅋ#MyBelovedDongsaengAndI..It’s really been a long time…
Source: Go Eun’s instagram
Translated by: ilove2ne1girls
★ At the drawing time, the girls had to draw Blackjack Nolza’s Logo. Bom’s drawing didn’t look like a (a spade, BJN logo) but like a butt with growing wings. Before show it to the fans, CL and the MC laughed so hard. Then the MC added a stick to the drawing but…
MC: Bom, you’d better not draw that ^^; because it looks like a butt with something into it!!! ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
Then Bom and the fans laughed too. The victory of the resulting logo drawing was for Bom.
Almost two years after K-pop first giddily barged into America’s imagination, the genre hasn’t sustained a post-“Gangnam Style” wave, but the Seoul machine keeps humming. Female foursome 2NE1, buoyed by a cameo on The Bachelor, moved more units of their album in its first week of release than any previous Korean act.
Bom: can I go?
Manager: You can’t.