Very interesting. Are you sure you are not fairly4 from Goldenskate? (I presume is a Japanese American?)
Originally Posted by query5
For some reason your attitude towards this Yuna show in the US reminded me of this joke (So Un-Pc it is so PC).
At an International School, a conversation heard from a classroom
"For today, let's have an open minded discussion expressing your own opinions on food shortages experienced by other countries"
African Student: "There are food??"
European Student: "There are shortages??"
American Student: "There are other countries??"
Chinese student: "What is expressing own opinion??"
Japanese student: "What is open minded??"
Korean: "I will try my very hardest, but can you show me how first??"
Sorry if it offends anyone (it probably does to everyone), but to quote your saying 'reality bites' - I am bitten by it every day! But I also laugh with it every day
Apologies to the forum for make this my first post on FSU but I simply couldn't resist.
Personally, I can't think of a better city in the US to put up an ice skating extravaganza of this magnitude. US is far more inclusive of successful foreigners than the media makes out (despite the last administration's efforts). It is the land of immigrants, particularly in LA (liberal mindset) Yuna would be right at home with her Korean supporters and the arts inclined population who's always looking for the latest trends, good times or general excellence that Yuna has came to exemplify during the Olympics.
LA would also have the right expertise and experience to put up this type of rock concert extravaganza that could even improve upon the original version. (There are better live singers for starters)
I would be interested to know if Yuna's going to sing and speak in English for the entire duration of this show, then you can speak about how Korean the show really is.