CL for ELLE Korea

CL for ELLE Korea

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yooo^^ did you buy yet your winnertv dvd collection? and how much is it? my friend is going to korea so im planning to ask him to buy me that. thanks :>
Anonymous

I did! :) I bought mine for 55,000 KRW at a shop in the Myeongdong underground mall but some shops sell it for 54,000 or more. YGeshop is cheaper (only 49,000 I think) but I can’t buy online yet.


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ygjunkie:

The Leaders at the L Capital Asia x YG cocktail event

ygjunkie:

The Leaders at the L Capital Asia x YG cocktail event

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hello! you are studying in korea now? in what course?
Anonymous

Hi! Yes. This year I’m studying the Korean language and starting next year I’ll be taking my Master’s in Film. :)


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pyoetic:

Guys please.

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songdanah:

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WINNER + Symbolism → I'm Him (Dogs)

The music video starts off with Mino in a cage along with the other dogs. At first, he’s at the same level as them— as seen with the beast like graphics on his face. The dogs represent other rappers — either underground rappers, idol rappers, or both.

Throughout the video, you see him rise above them, as seen with him “cooking” and later letting the dogs devour the food (“Cooking my rap at the YG kitchen. Hungry MCs can just go stave off starvation. If you like this song, then shove it down your throat”).

Additionally, he “throws away his leash” and wears a gold chain, showing off his success. Unlike the others who keep digging and not getting anywhere, because they aren’t him.

The ‘dog dance’ seems to be more of a mockery of the dogs, as his facial expressions and movements seem to be lazy and sarcastic. He’s better than them, and he knows it.

By the end of the video, he’s walking away, free from the cages while all the other the dogs — the rappers — are still captive. Other rappers, compared to him, are stuck in an rut, they’re unoriginal. He’s fought to be successful for years, and he’s finally been recognized, and he’s at the top. 

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