ohemgeee I remember these !!
This is the form of true despair.
nothing pisses me off more than pseudo-intellectuals, who have never danced a day in their life, try to sound like they know everything about dance. observing dance is different than actually executing movements and using your different muscle groups to get the correct technique. if you truly appreciate dance as an art form, you wouldn’t bash other dancers for all the efforts they put into it just because they have a lot of fans.
Sex, sex is all eye heard
Sagano Bamboo Forest, Japan
Located in the Arashiyama district on the west outskirts of Kyoto, Japan.
gotta love bamboo
I hope life treats you kind, and I hope you have all you’ve dreamed of. And I wish you joy and happiness but above all this I wish you love,
Tiger and Bunny Prints for Anime North : D
Choi Seung-hee was born into an upper-class family in Seoul, Korea during the Japanese occupation and was also known by the Japanese pronunciation of her name, Sai Shoki. After graduating from Sookmyung High School at the age of fifteen, she went against her father’s wishes to study under modern dancer Baku Ishii in Japan, where she distinguished herself as one of the most talented dancers. She developed her own modern dances inspired by Korean folk dances, which had been considered as lowly works. She was supported by Japanese intellectuals including Yasunari Kawabata.
She went to North Korea and got posts in the communist government. She was purged by the party and disappeared in the 1960s. In February 2003, she was rehabilitated and utilized for propaganda by North Korea, who announced that she had died in 1969. [Summary for The Story of a Dancer (DVD)]