Sticky Note Wish (Tagalog Translation)

There were some who requested for the Tagalog translation of Sticky Note Wish, the last song from the Fated to Love You drama. Honestly the Filipino language is not my strongest point — so I was hesitant to translate it. Thankfully, I met someone who is pretty good with Tagalog. The entire translation was being made by babyunfixhart. If you use this somewhere else please do credit her. Will also be updating the Sticky Note Wish Entry :D.

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Sticky Note Wish (Tagalog Translation)

Sa bawat araw na lumiplipas, lalo akong napapalapit sa iyong puso
Sa tuwing ika’y maligaya, ganon din ang kaligayahang taglay sa akin
at sa bawat kasiyahang iyan nagsisilbi itong lakas sa akin

Naiinip, nababagot sa paghihintay sa darating na GEMINI
O sa mga ilan ilang mga umuulan na bulalakaw sa gabing matanglaw
Ang pinakamahal na bagay ay hindi naman kailangan maging ganyan,
Ang pagkakaroon ng nakakasilaw na brilyante ay hindi mahalaga,
Sa simpleng pagtingin sa iyong mga kumikislap mong mga mata
Mamamalasan ito ng kasayahan dulot ng simpleng bagay lamang

Ang iyong mga nadarama ipahiwatig sa pamamagitan ng isang sulat Nang sa ganon maipadala ito hanggang sa dulo ng mundo
At maging ang mga pinaka ordinaryo at masasabi ring
Walang kwentang bagay ay magiging maganda at kapakipakinabang
Basta’t ikaw lamang ang iyong puso sa paniniwalang ito
At piliting ang mga pangarap ay manunukal sa iyong puso

Sa hindi makakalimutan panahon ng iyong buhay
itaho ito sa isang sulok ng iyong pusot isip at pagkalaon ay iyong paggugunita

to go to the original entry click here

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Upcoming Military Enlistments

I have been a Korean addict from the time I’ve seen Lover’s in Paris. I remember I was in college at that time. It shown on TV right after the Meteor Garden fever. Because of this show, one of the Korean actors I adore was Lee Dong Gun. But he has nothing to do with this post — at least not yet. We’ll not yet since he hasn’t enlisted for the South Korean army.

According to wikipedia,  South Korea has a mandatory military service of 24 to 27 months. as mandatory military service of 24 to 27 months. There are no alternatives for conscientious objectors except imprisonment. So in general, most Korean males have to serve the army for about 2 years or so.

Apparenlty even actors and singers are not exepmt from this military service. As many of you may know  Gong Yoo (from Coffee Prince) is currenlty in the army. A friend of mine adores him and she just can’t wait for the time when he finishes his service so he can make more series! ahahah — 1 more year to go!

I recently found an article on asianfanatics about actors who will be enlisting in the army. Two of the are my favorites…

The actors mentioned in the article who will be enlisting are

Kim Jae Won  (he’s the guy from Wonderful Life and 100 days from Ms. Arrogant) kim-jae-won

Jo In Sung (awww… no more jo in sung for 2 years, he’s my favorite number 1) — he is the guy from Memories in Bali

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Kim Rae Won (favorite number 2) , he’s the guy from My Little Bride and Love Story in Harvard

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Other actors mentioned in the article were Jo Han-seon of Sweet Lies, Choi Ji-woo’s Star’s Lover co-star Lee Ki-woo, and Choi Ji-woo’s real-life love Lee Jin-wook.

I’m sure most fans will find it a little sad, but you just have to wait for 2 years and they come back. 😀

credits to DOLCE@asianfanatics,  source: Star News, Hankook Ilbo, Newsen
translations: dramabeans

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