On my way home from office today, I had a conversation with one of my colleague. (She is a “die hard” fan of JJ Lin) She knows that Big Bang, a Korea boy band, will come to Singapore. And here are some of QA that I had with her.
Q (her): Will you go to airport, to wait there and to greet when they are arrive?
A (me): Hmm, maybe no. Unless I have a company.
Q: When is their concert?
A: After the formula 1 grand prix in September.
Q: Will you queue for their autograph?
A: I don’t even know if there is any. No news so far that I heard of.
Q: If there is, will you go?
A: (again) Maybe.
Q: If you can talk to them, what will you tell them?
A: I don’t know.
Q: Will you prepare something like rehearsing some Korean phrases?
A: Not too sure.
(she’s sharing some experience that in some fan meeting events, the fans will need to queue and they will assign to the idol in order of the queue. In short, you can’t choose the idol)
Q: Does the one you like has lots of fans?
A: Maybe, but I think not as popular as X’s (another colleague) favorite.
Q: Then you have more chances to speak.
A: Yeah guess so. The one I like can speak Japanese though.
Q: Then you’ll speak in Japanese than in Korean? What will you tell him?
A: 頑張って？Ganbatte? (trans: All the best?)
Q: So simple?
A: キスしてください。Kisu shite kudasai (trans: please give me kiss)
Q: ROFL! (I hope the whole bus will not look at us that time) You dare to ask the idol to kiss you?
A: Hmm.. well maybe no, but you were insisting what I will ask him. So that’s the only phrase I popped into my head.
Q: Maybe, can I kiss you instead?
A: Ah yeah, that is possible.
So yeah, our conversation ends because the bus arrived at the train station and we went to separate way. It’s an enjoyable fans talk. Maybe I should learn to become more “die hard” fans.