Roy Kim – When Autumn Comes (가을에)

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Roy Kim, When Autumn Comes. One of my favourite songs of his!!!!

Originally posted on pop!gasa - kpop translation lyrics:

When the leaves start to turn yellow
My heart gets even colder
Are you also not able to sleep because you’re thinking of me?
Are you also just waiting for the haggard looking branches?

My dream is very small, it’s just to sit with you
On this bench filled with fallen leaves, just to sit with you till sunset

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My top 23 2014 Summer Anime List


In no specific order:

Tokyo Ghoul

 Zankyou No Terror

 Black Butler: Book of Circus

FREE! Eternal Summer

Akame ga Kill!

Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun

DRAMAtical Murder

Sword art online: Gun gale online

 Ao Haru Ride

 Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance

 Tokyo ESP

Rail wars

Bakumatsu Rock

 Shirogane no ishi Argevollen


Rokujouma no Shinryakusha!?



 Momo kyun sword

Love Stage!!

21 Shounen Hollywood: Holly stage 49

 Sengoku Basara Judge End


Free!: Season One Review



Originally posted on ☆ koekara ☆:

Free season 1 - OP

Summer is upon us and along with Summer 2014 is the return of Free! (I seem to have a penchant for exclamation points, hmm..). anyway, before diving into the reviews for season two, what better way to celebrate the return of our much loved Iwatobi swim team than with a walk swim down memory lane, featuring some of season one’s most tantalising moments? That’s right, it’s a one stop feast for the eyes as we recap with screencaps of summer’s hottest show *fans self* try not to drool fangirls and fanboys, you have been warned~

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A Little Thing Called Life

Hello, Mexu2d here! Well we have a production coming up called A Little Thing Called Life, yes there is something besides anime out there, and this production is endeavoring to find that little something. We encourage you our followers to go watch us and probably wear something green. ‘A Little Thing Called Life’ – tickets now on sale! EARLY BIRD TICKETS FOR THE NEXT 48 HOURS ONLY!!!

Tickets are now on sale for the piece that RM19 will be performing in on Saturday 5th July, ‘A Little Thing Called Life’. Purchase tickets for this concert now over the phone from the Royal Opera House box office: 020 7304 4000. Some tickets are available online but to get all the options and the best prices you are recommended to book over the phone. ROH Learning and Participation Department
The Vinery, High House Production Park
Vellacott Close off London Road
Purfleet, RM19 1RJ


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Covent Garden, London

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‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ trailer: Caesar builds a future — VIDEO


As a lover of the Franchise, Planet of the Apes cannot get any more surreal. We are pushed to the point of realisation, that we are predators and that this hierarchy in the food chain is only sustained by our industry and intelligence. Such a thin chain that it may break apart in an instant; will we continue to evolve as species forever searching for answers, but not looking at the true unknown animals of our time…OURSELVES.

Originally posted on Inside Movies:

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Ten years after the events of Rise of the Planet of the Apes, mankind is on the brink. Four years of a deadly virus, followed by several years of civil war, have left our species on the verge of extinction. Thus, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes feels almost like The Walking Dead for a small band of survivors led by Jason Clarke and Keri Russell. But when they wander into the woods, the group doesn’t encounter zombies — they discover a nascent ape society living in peace.

In the new trailer for the sequel, we finally get to see what Caesar has built in the forest — and what he’s willing to do to protect his growing family. Clarke plays the Good Human, who thinks that apes and people can co-exist and help each other during these dire times. Gary Oldman, on the other…

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