When I first heard about the title name “Can’t Stop”, I immediately thought of “Never Stop”. I think “can’t stop doing something” is a more realistic and powerful way to describe the determination and drive involved. Though “Can’t Stop” is a love song (The lyrics are fine poetry, according to the translation I read at justJYH), I’ve tried to replace the love interest as Yonghwa’s dream. He can’t stop chasing his dream! Don’t mind my over analysis. It’s such an interesting and powerful love song. Can’t even classify it to a particular genre. Plus, it’s so ELABORATE in many ways. The dramatic MV is a surprising bonus. Yonghwa is insanely stunning. His beauty keeps distracting me from fully enjoying his singing and the music. Screen capping and posting them may help me to focus. Maybe not. But I’ve bought the songs from iTunes already. Continue reading
This so-called blog is more about captures and gifs these days. I’m at a loss for words even when I’m so excited about many things.
Just watched the Mnet America documentary (It’s English-subbed. Yay!!!) Happy that I got to see Yonghwa getting excited before the US concerts, had a glimpse of him at rehearsals, shopping, even talking about the new album . . . The caps below are meant to be a record of what impressed me watching. They are for myself mainly, just in case you like the same moments too.
Love the piano version performed by Yonghwa himself in the released teaser.
[mp3 with some static noise]
From this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si-tzQ0DZDs
what Yonghwa was thinking when he filmed You’re Beautiful . . .
Especially the scene in episode 1 when ANJELL was having a concert. He had some performance experience but definitely not in front of such a crowd.
He said the very first scene he filmed was the airport one, that he didn’t have many lines but just run around . . .
Neither did I expect Jung Yong Hwa to be the Jung Yong Hwa I like now. I just found him handsome watching You’re Beautiful (Handsome).Sometimes when I think about what has happened all this time. It’s almost like a dream.
Things like money or popularity are not important. Having a dream, that’s what makes it possible for humans to “never stop”. “Never Stop” Pamphlet – (Yonghwa)