Eli Kim Tokyo Fan Meet 2020

Eli Kim, former U-Kiss member, First Fan Meet in Japan 2020

Eli Kim, former member of Kpop group U-Kiss, recently announced that he will hold his first fan meet in Tokyo on 22 February 2020 via his Instagram account. The fan meeting will also feature BIT (Rookie, King & Jun) as guests. Eli was also one of the original members in the line up of U-Kiss. He officially left U-Kiss in May 2019 after the expiry … Continue reading Eli Kim, former U-Kiss member, First Fan Meet in Japan 2020

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U-Kiss Kiseop & Hoon in Japan 2018

U-Kiss Kiseop and Hoon Train / Milk Tea Promo in Japan 2018 Post Mortem

I found out that my U-Kiss boys, Kiseop and Hoon were having a mini live and hi-touch at Aeon Mall Zama on 24 June 2018 to promo their 1st single “Train / Milk Tea”. Aeon Mall Zama is in the Kanagawa Prefecture and about 2 hours away from Metropolitan Tokyo. The mini live and hi-touch starts at 5.30 pm and my flight back to Singapore … Continue reading U-Kiss Kiseop and Hoon Train / Milk Tea Promo in Japan 2018 Post Mortem

14U Christmas Event in Tokyo 2017 Post Mortem

I had disappeared off the Internet for the last few months as it was crazy busy at work and I had no time for anything else. In need of a quick getaway to keep my sanity, I wondered where to go. After my last 2 trips to Japan, I admittedly have been obsessed with 14U and can’t get Hyunwoong them out of my head. I … Continue reading 14U Christmas Event in Tokyo 2017 Post Mortem

Miraikan, Tokyo, Japan

Miraikan, Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Tokyo, Japan (September 2017) Post Mortem

This might surprise some people given how I am such a fangirl: I do like visiting Science Museums; Art & History Museums not so much though. Miraikan is very high on my list of must visit places when I’m in Tokyo because I was really keen on watching all the robot demos. Otonaroid 2.0 is actually pretty creepy when you see it in person. This … Continue reading Miraikan, Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Tokyo, Japan (September 2017) Post Mortem