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ara so-ri bak
 Posted: Feb 13 2018, 11:51 PM
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ara so-ri bak
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rocks, rings and really wacky pants
valentine's day - a day for lovers. earlier in the day she had seen several of the female trainees under her care for the week scurrying around delivering boxes of chocolates - sometimes to a door, other times to someone's face and later on she had seen couples everywhere. holding hands, giving gifts, kissing, smiling and...just full of sentimental mush. alright, so part of that came from the fact that this year, like last year, ara did not have a date or at least a boy toy. but even when she was in a relationship, it still wasn't a day she cared about - it was all about showing affection to your male partner and ara just was not the type to be overly sentimental or demonstrative with affection towards a prospective partner. besides in a relationship, she liked to be the one who was worshiped, adored and showered with gifts. (which meant she had three weeks to find someone in time for white day. but that would all depend on her work schedule. and if she were to have any other run ins with members of st*r.)

however despite not having a date, ara did have one good thing on this valentine's day - olympic tickets. she hadn't really known anything about curling when she found tickets for men's draw 2 and women's draw 2, but ara wasn't shy about doing a little research. and after doing said research, she discovered it was a strategy game which meant she was expecting to enjoy herself. thanks to google, she had discovered a few tidbits about the home teams - the men's team was the current pacific-asia champions and were the first asian team to make a final of something called a grand slam event, based in canada, while the women's team were back to back reigning pacific-asia champions and were sixth in the most recent world championship. (they also had to play the defending world champion first thing in the morning, but ara preferred not to think about that.) granted googling the home team also meant that ara had also googled the opponents they would play on the days she had tickets and that hadn't made her feel better. true, on a given day any team could beat another, but team korea had to play team sweeden...a team that had enough hardware to rent a storage unit. two world titles, olympic bronze in sochi, nine (!) european championships, three of whatever those slam events were and a lot of other second or third place finishes. it was rather intimidating and made ara agree that this team would be one of the two teams guaranteed to be in the gold medal game. this meant unless the koreans played well - and edin had had several bad years at worlds according to his wikipedia page - the game she was about to watch was going to be painful, especially with sweeden coming off of a win against denmark and korea coming off of a loss to the us.

her ruminations were cut short due to the sound of bagpipes playing, making her pull a face. what the hell? she wondered, noticing a few other people looking confused too. she knew the game was invented in scotland and that tradition played a huge role, but sure traditions could be ignored for the sake of the public's eardrums. as the intolerable scottish "musical" instrument played, the eight teams playing entered. first were the canadians and the british - though given that the team was from scotland, that might not have been the best label for them followed by the swedes. then came the home team - kim chang-min, seong se-hyeon, oh eun-soo and lee ki-bok - to the cheers of ara and the rest of the korean spectators. following them and entering to much more sedate applause, were the swiss, the italians, the japanese and...what in the hell? the first seven teams to come out to the ice were all wearing black pants. the eighth team to come in - team norway - were wearing what could only be politely called an explosion of colour. she had seen some crazy looks in her time in the k-pop industry (worn a few of them too) but nothing quite on this level. apparently the team wanted to be in theme for the day, sporting a blur of reds, pinks and hearts in a dizzying array as members of the team moved. even as the teams went for their practice slides and throws, ara's eyes kept getting drawn to the far side of the ice to the bizarre clash of colours. unable to stop herself, she remarked "am i just seeing things or is that team actually wearing those pants?"

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alfred konishi
 Posted: Feb 25 2018, 03:18 PM
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alfred konishi
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"I just need a little bit of magic!"
This was honestly a once in a lifetime experience, and Alfred planned to make the best of it. He'd participated in the opening ceremony with the rest of Shiny Shiny, which was an experience that he would never forget and would cherish for as long as he lived. But he didn't plan on his experience performing in the opening ceremony being the be-all end-all of his experience with the Olympics in South Korea. He planned on seeing some of the events! Though it was rather hard for him to decide who to cheer on in some of the events.

Somehow he found himself in the audience for curling. "Too bad the U.S. isn't playing in this one right now. Might make things a bit easier for me though." He grinned, commenting to himself as he found a seat. Now he just had to decide between cheering for the Japanese, the Koreans, or both. As a Japanese-American K-pop idol, he felt a certain amount of loyalty to all three nations, after all. Ultimately the U.S. was his top choice in every event given that he was both born and raised there, but given that they were not in this event..

His musings were cut short when he saw the bright pink pants that Team Norway wore. He couldn't help but both laugh and clap - he had respect for them for showing moxy and livening things up a bit, at least. "They're actually wearing those pants. Guess they wanted to get into the holiday spirit!" He couldn't judge Norway too much, not when on his last check they were at the top of the medal table. Norway was on fire for this Olympics, and if they wanted to wear those pants then so be it.

He somewhat recognized the woman that he was sitting by. She worked for CM Entertainment and was one of the scheduling assistants if he recalled correctly. After responding to her comment and realizing that he actually knew this person he was responding to, he shot her a small smile. He'd strike up a conversation with just about anyone, especially about something as interesting as this, but the fact that it was someone that he already kinda knew made it easier to keep up a conversation
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ara so-ri bak
 Posted: Mar 10 2018, 12:50 AM
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ara so-ri bak
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she was still staring in disbelief, blinking rapidly as if the next time she opened her eyes, the norwegian pants would prove to be a hallucination. also it was not to be - she was not dreaming this was indeed reality. live and in very vivid technicolour. a covert glance around revealed she was not the only one to think so, but curiously she noticed this was not the case among the foreign visitors who all snapped pictures of the team, laughed...and if ara understood the english correctly - "best holiday pants yet?" - this was apparently a thing for the team. dear god, please do not let this team get interviewed by anyone from idol o'clock or these pants will be everywhere. she silently prayed.

granted it seemed that the pants had a local fan as well when someone close to her stood up and applauded the fashion faux pas and confirmed to her that she was not seeing things. however the tone was admiring and enthusiastic, which made ara turn and raise an eyebrow. she stiffened slightly upon recognizing them as someone signed to cm, but eventually her memory reminded her that he was alfred konishi of shiny-shiny and not another member of st*r, causing her to visibly relax. after eunji, nagito and takumi, she wanted nothing more to do with the group. she was done, end of story, otherwise someone was going to do something regretful. "you know there's a fine line between having holiday spirit and blinding people." she commented dryly. "and it seems this team is playing jump rope with that line."

she turned back to the ice, her mouth twisted as she realized that the sweeden/korea game was on one of the middle sheets rather than the end which was going to be slightly easier to see. however across all the sheets, everyone was shaking hands before each player slid halfway up the ice as a practice, before one member of each team chose a stone and threw. sneaking a glance at the large screen, she noticed a note explaining to non curling fans (like herself) that the "draw to the button" (this game had very weird slang) would determine who had the last rock advantage...and sweeden won it handily. (as did the italians, the canadians and the fashion disasters.) ara winced slightly. the swede who threw the yellow stone had made it look effortless, cementing her opinion that this was going to be a long morning. "just our luck, we draw the number two ranked team right off the bat." she muttered as the four games officially got under way.

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