4:20 am in [3WF] Kristen Hoosier
I think it’s cool that whenever the Wonder Girls come back to Korea for a long period of time, they get to be special MCs, but never full-time MCs because they’re so busy.
I feel like our girls are truly out of this world, way out of your standard definition of a kpop idol, and just… not even limited by kpop anymore. They have such a strong passion and vision for their future, regardless of where this future is. It’s amazing to see how much they have grown, how much they have accomplished, and how willing they are to strive to find that future and to spread the wonder along the way. That WONDER they spread is not just some word… It’s not just some love and appreciation for the Wonder Girls… It’s filled with joy and happiness and cheer and love and great bunches of bananas and yummy apples.
I feel like our girls are too good for kpop now lol. Their music… it’s like no other. They keep bringing kpop standards to the next level, showing their peers that there really are no boundaries, and encouraging those around them to push past all the limits and criticisms.
Our girls, whenever they go back to Korea, it’s like it’s an honor to the music shows to have the girls act as special MCs for the program and to even grace their stages. Such worldly stars, having accomplished missions unimaginable, unfathomable… I’m proud to be a Wonderful, but I’m even more grateful to have been blessed with the opportunity to embrace the wonder that they have spread.
When they say, “Spread the Wonder,” they are spreading the message that when you try, when you give something your all, when you fight the odds, when you go against all the discouragement, you can truly make something big and epic happen. You can find your true self. You can learn more about yourself. You can improve your skills and knowledge. You can learn more about the world. You can learn to love. You can learn to appreciate even the little things. You can, You can, You can, You can…. You can do anything…
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