Cards you may also be interested in
AOMG Artist Appreciation Saturday ✨
Hello AOMG Fans! It's Melissa with AOMG Artist Appreciation Saturday! For this week, I am showing appreciation for Hoody, first princess of AOMG. Let's get to know her and appreciate her a little more. *credit videos to owners *source- Kpoprofiles *source http://www.thekrazemagazine.com/latest-updates/2019/11/8/aomgs-princess-hoody Stage Name: Hoody (후디) Birth Name: Kim Hyun-jung (김현정) Birthday: February 10, 1990 Zodiac Sign: Aquarius Height: 173 cm (5’8″) Twitter: @Hoodykim Instagram: @hoodykim Hoody Facts: – In 2015, she signed with AOMG as their first female artist. – She is a former member of underground hip-hop crew Amourette (AMRT). – She writes and participates in the production and arrangement of songs. – She was apart of the AOMG Follow the Movement Tour 2016 for Seoul, Daegu, and Busan. – She was also apart of the AOMG Follow the Movement Tour 2017 for Seoul. – She has collaborated with Jay Park, Gray, Loco, Crush and more. Kim Hyunjung, stage name Hoody, began her musical career in 2013 as part of the all female underground hip-hop crew Amourette. She was signed onto the famous agency in 2015, and since then has been featured on a number of largely popular Jay Park songs, along with releasing her own solo music. The first taste of Hoody’s music came in 2016 in the form of single “Like You,” a calming R&B track with a chill beat that showcases Hoody’s beautiful vocals in a very impactful way. She definitely brought a fresh new sound to the traditional AOMG expectations, building intrigue for what she had in store moving forward. Before releasing her first full album, Hoody was featured on Jay Park’s album Everything You Wanted, with heavy features in popular songs “Me Like Yuh,” “All I Wanna Do,” and “Solo.” With the help of Jay Park’s notoriety and her own musical prowess, more attention turned to the singer. Her first album, On and On, was released in late 2016 and managed to peak at 54 on the music charts. https://youtu.be/TjvSaQ-2V5Y Hoody- Like You MV https://youtu.be/ay0I2qJ8Rb4 Hoody- Golden Feat. Jay Park MV Until next time AOMG Fans! AOMG Council : @MelissaGarza @royalpandajedi @Babydollbre @Starbell808 ❤BO$$ Squad: @BBxGD @starbell808 @QueenPandaBunny @royalpandajedi @LiyahBoon @MelissaGarza @BabydollBre ♦J-Walkers @AnnaRodriguezm  @BabydollBre @BBxGD @Bwolfgirl @CarolSilva @ckienitz @DayDaySMDC @dreemer13 @elainarenea @EvilGenius @ibMIMI @JasmineGregory @Jaysbae13 @AlexisJ15 @JohnEvans @KaeliShearer @kolai4 @lcr4562 @lilbr0wneyes @LocoforJiyong @IsoldaPazo @MaelstromVIP @Mandibular @kirinacorn81 @maricela17mrn @MarrickeJ33 @MayraYanez @mitchix5 @mrsyookiyun @MzDawson31508 @NadineEsquivel @nmeza29  @ParanormalPanda @PriyaBala @QueenLele @QueenPandaBunny @Remysrose @SashaKmseoul  @SierraBecerra @StefaniTre @sugaontop @TheEnlightment @TwistedPDnim @VatcheeAfandi99 @ViStorm @ @yaya12 @ZZyxz @Just2BLoved @navy7130 Please comment if you want to be added to JWalkers tag list.
Korean Movie Club: Silenced
Trigger warning: Physical and sexual abuse of minors. The plot: Kang In-ho (Gong Yoo) is a new art teacher at Benevolence Academy, a deaf school for children (Based on the real-life Gwangju Inhwa School). He's excited to teach his new students, but they all seem afraid of him and even scared. In-ho does not give up, and eventually the students start to open up to him - and tell him horrifying things. The children are being physically and sexually abused by their teachers. When he decides to fight for the children’s rights and expose the crimes being committed at the school, he soon realizes the school’s principal and teachers, and even the police, prosecutors and churches in the community are actually trying to cover up the truth According to its summary: It is based on actual events that took place at Gwangju Inhwa School for the hearing-impaired, where young deaf students were the victims of repeated sexual assaults by faculty members over a period of five years in the early 2000s The aftermath: The film looks at both the crimes, as well as the legal battle that followed. It showed the true story that the teachers who ABUSED THEIR STUDENTS were let off with minimal punishment. The nation was pissed. After its release, there was so much outrage from the citizens who watched the film, that the investigations were reopened. The demand for legislative reform reached all the way to the National Assembly, where a revised bill, dubbed the Dogani Bill, was passed in late October 2011 to abolish the limitations for sex crimes against minors and the disabled. I haven't seen it yet and will need to be emotionally ready, but I do want to see a film that sparked such a big change in Korea! You can watch it here on Dramanice. Is anyone else interested or has seen it before?