I'm so excited! I had to share this with you guys. So when I was about 8 years old, I attended a camp for Korean American adoptees which is where I gained my understanding and love for Korean culture. I learned about things like g.o.d, My Sassy Girl and a bunch of the language. I remember one year, it might have been when I was 8, but we listened to and learned the words for a song called "Sorinaejima". We were told that phrase meant "Don't make a sound" which it does, but years later, the song I was trying to find wasn't called "Don't Make a Sound" but it was actually called "Don't Say Goodbye". This song was by a ballad artist named Lee Seung Chul. The reason I'm so excited to share this news with you is because I just barely found this song again. I had searched several times, but had no luck. But tonight for some reason, I found it and I've listened to it about three times since finding it again. Okay, I'm done. I just wanted to share that awesome information with you. Just so you know this song was released in 1988; the first generation of k-pop.
Here's the video, or lack thereof. Either way, here's the song that I fell in love with years ago. My first introduction to k-pop about 17 years ago. It's been so long, but I'm glad to have found it again.
In this section of my website, I will review Kpop music videos, albums, songs, and various other things pertaining to Kpop. This will be the main stage of my website. It is where the majority of the action will take place.