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KAT-TUN: I was not able to attend their last concert before hiatus, but was lucky enough to go to their first concert of 10ks tour in Nagoya. Nagoya again. The first time I went to Japan, I also came to Nagoya for their concert. Remembering that time reminded me how much KAT-TUN had motivated me to work harder and get through hard time. I’m an average person. I don’t have boyfriend, I don’t have a dream job, I don’t set any big purpose for this life. Must be a boring person I am lol but during my college time, I tried to balance both work and study with the hope of going to Japan once I finished school. And I did it. Attending KAT-TUN’s Chain concert gave me confident and for the first time, I felt like I achieved something big, important on my own. Watching TV news covering KT’s last concert, reading fans’ reports, looking at papa pics just made me love them more and more, and brought tears to my eyes. But guess what? “Don’t cry because it is over. Smile because it happened” – Dr.Seuss. I will continue this boring life for a bigger wish to see them again. Thank you K(amenachi)AT-TU(eda)N(akamaru) and see you again.

Taiga: Sadly, I didn’t get to see Taiga this trip. 10 years already? 10 years of working as junior? Such bittersweet feeling when I think about “10 years.” What did I learn from Ya-Ya-yah and KAT-TUN? Nothing will remain the same, good thing won’t be maintained forever. I will cherish all the moment I get to follow him, and I will appreciate all the work given to him (big or small doesn’t matter anymore).

Suddenly, I hate number 10. Hahaha, I feel bad for not congratulating SixTONES’ 1st anniversary because that May 1st is also KAT-TUN’s last group activity day.

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kame_no_arashi
Jun. 30th, 2016 05:01 am (UTC)
Sorry for the late response. I stopped following KAT-TUN closely after Koki left. He was the last piece to the puzzle that spells KAT-TUN for me. I was scared of listening to KAT-TUN without rap because that's the kind of music I associate them with and want them to have. But as time went on, I began to accept them as 4, but just when I do, Taguchi announced his leaving...... Honestly I felt that their time ended when Koki left, so I'm glad they're taking time off group activities. It might be better for them to develop individually instead. And yeah, I'll still cheer them on, but just won't follow them anymore.