The festivites are over for another year. Now, we look at not only a new year, but a new decade. It's safe to say that life has certainly had its ups and downs in the last decade but I found what makes me happy. This blog is a part of that. Thus, when thinking about next year, as well as the next decade, it's very important that I consider this little corner of the Internet.
Here we are at the beginning of a new year and a new decade. Like 2018, for me 2019 has been quite the weird year. Personally, I've experienced quite a lot but I've also discovered a lot as well, including just how much this blog means to me. Let's reflect on the year, shall we?
Being honest is something that I've been wanting to do for as long as I can remember and yet, for some reason, I don't do it that often when it comes to blogging. I do think it's good to get things off your chest every now and then. I also think it's a good thing to be honest with your audience. So, that being said, I'm going to confess three things today about my experience as a rather small anime blogger.
The Korean pop music scene has been constantly changing since its cocneption. Nowadays, produced tracks can contain influences from rock, jazz, gospel, R&B, dance, country, folk amongst many others. It's a music scene full of experiments. However, with experimenting comes a series of ups and downs. Today, I'm going to be exploring K-Pop with the last decade in mind. Why? Well, it's certainly been an adventure.
It's that time of the season again! Here are my seasonal choices for Winter 2020. What are you watching next season? Do we have any in common?
The nomination period for the first ever AGAHA Awards has now closed and now it's time to get voting! Who will win? Only you can decide! Voting closes on January 1st 2020.
This is the third time I've been nominated for this lovely award! Actually, looking back at the other times, I seem to have a track record for not doing these awards on time... Nevertheless, it's always lovely to receive these awards. I'm going to give a very big 'thank you' to Pinkie for nominating me.
Although I'm not particuarly one to keep up to date with award ceremonies such as the Oscars, I've always wondered what it'd be like to host my own little award show. I don't know why I've got the need to do this, but we're doing it. It's time for a little bit of fun!
I'm pretty sure we all have a list like this - a list of the shows that we have absolutely hated. I realise I can be quite pessimistic about shows anyway, but this is a list of shows that I absolutely do not want to revisit. Often, it's also a list of shows that I don't even want to talk about, meaning this is a somewhat rare chance to delve into the bottom of the barrel.
What an experience this movie is. Violence Voyager follows Bobby and Akkun as they decide to embark on an adventure. On their adventure, they come across a theme park and, as any pair of high school students would, they decide to check it out. Unfortunately for them, things don't turn out to be happy-go-lucky.