Tuesday, April 06, 2010

And the Thai Berryz wota dance like this... ^-^


"Madayade". Berryz Kobo. ^^


"Watashi no Mirai No Dana-sama". Berryz Kobo. ^^


"Tokaikko Junjou". C-ute. ^^


"Dakishimete Dakishimete". Berryz Kobo. ^^

My congratulations and public acknowledgment to all the Thailand fan-base, because they, in opposition to all the Mexican wota, have been promoted CORRECTLY the Idol otaku culture in their country, including the celebration of several Hello! Project's groups and soloist concerts. ^^

We don't have that kind of self-organization in Mexico. ^^u


Greetings.

3 comments:

AiChan said...

Sólo una palabra: wow XD

¿Por proximidad a Japón?

Christian Hernández said...

Más que por "proximidad" geográfica, creo que es por "proximidad" cultural... cuando los latinoamericanos dejemos de imitar lo que hacen los gringos, y los españoles, lo que hacen en el resto de Europa, se podrán dar las verdaderas condiciones para difundir la cultura Idol en nuestros paises...

Como se lo dije a Ruki, me parece pasmoso que ustedes, estando en Europa, no puedan encontrar un evento ni un organizador interesado en contratar a Haruko Momoi... eso es intrigante O_O


Saludos.

Ali Hoshi said...

xD se ven lol bailando todos disparejos y el de playera rosa se ve aun más lol

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