After social distance hanging out with the Denver Kpop crew yesterday where we ate huge amounts of budae jjigae (army stew), mochi donuts and hoteok while watching kpop, I got to learn all about SaraG’s new obsession with SF9’s Rowoon, or as we affectionately call him, Typhoon Rowoon.
Why do we call him Typhoon Rowoon?
Well, legend has it before members of our kpop family had a high touch with SF9…
One was trying to figure out how to pronounce Rowoon.
As, you know, it’s on polite to have a passing knowledge of the group you’re about to swap DNA with.
Via high five.
Emma announced it was Ro-woon! Like Typhoon?
And from then on Typhoon Rowoon was born.
But back to SaraG. SaraG is now a wee bit obsessed with SF9’s Rowoon.
I think we have Alix to blame for that.
She aimed her arrows at me to be an SF9 fan via Rowoon, but somehow I managed to dodge it, and the arrow squarely hit SaraG.
Which makes me think of this week’s podcast where SaraG and I talked about bias lists, listed our biases and played bias type games.
We recorded this thing last month.
Like 30 days ago.
And as I’m listening, all I could think of the people I didn’t have on my list who I’m now obsessed with.
I don’t even think Rowoon hit SaraG’s at all.
We all have regrets we have to live with.
SaraG’s lack of Rowoon and my lack of any other A.C.E member but Wow is one of those egregious oversights we’re going to have to live with.
I mean, look at this face.
How could we NOT have known it was going to be up there?
That it would eventually come for one of us?
I think this just proves, once and for all, that bias lists? Never consider them complete.
Set in stone.
Never laminate that bias list.
Because you never know when Typhoon Rowoon is going to hit your shores.
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