With today’s technology, the conventional way of sending mails still exist but many have now opted on using e-mail to send their documents, messages and the likes.
Now, with SNSD who are going to release their Official Stamps this August, will that bring a change or not? One thing I’m sure of is that this will be another hot collectors item. It’s another first from SNSD as this is the first time a celebrity has made a contract with ‘Korea Post’ to make stamps.
Commemorating their 5th Anniversary this year, there will be 14 stamps which are SNSD’s autographed photos from their ‘The Boys‘ album and their album covers.
I know I’m definitely getting my share!
Source: wondergeneration, Nate
Let’s face it, IGAB is probably the most experimental song in Soshi’s discography. Let’s forget the fact that many people are crying about this song because it sounds weird, people cried about Gee as well because it was too poppy and trying to be overly cute.
I’ve put this song on repeat for a few days straight now and I actually really enjoy it. However, I can understand how people don’t, it’s not really pop…it’s an experimental variation of pop elements. My musical tastes start with rock and metal, and it evolved into Progressive Metal/rock, and I feel that IGAB has links to progressive music. I’ll be analysing why people who LOVE kpop seem to be afraid of this song so much, and why people seem to find it difficult to listen to.
THIS IS A LONG READ, but it might give a very good insight as to why the song is done the way it is, and hopefully will garner more appreciation.