Posted 04 November 2011 - 02:14 AM
~Forever A Koharu Kusumi Oshi~
Posted 04 November 2011 - 02:52 PM
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Allisa Real Name: Allisa Astri Born: June 23, 1990 Blood: O Height: 160cm
Mova Real Name: Allisa Gallimova Born: August 28, 1993 Blood: O Height: 162cm
Ayana Real Name: Ayana Shahab Born: June 3, 1997 Blood: O Height: 156cm
Beby Real Name: Beby Chaesara Anadila Born: March 18, 1998 Blood: B Height: 160cm
Cindy Real Name: Cindy Gulla Born: May 29, 1997 Blood: O Height: 157cm
Cleo Real Name: Cleopatra Born: December 20, 1993 Blood: O Height: 170cm
Delima Real Name: Delima Rizky Born: October 25, 1997 Blood: B Height: 159cm
Devi Real Name: Devi Kinal Putri Born: January 2, 1996 Blood: A Height: 162cm
Diasta Real Name: Diasta Priswarini Born: September 9, 1991 Blood: O Height: 165cm
Fahira Born: July 27, 1998 Blood: B Height: 165cm
Frieska Real Name: Frieska Anastasia Laksani Born: March 4, 1996 Blood: O Height: 160cm
Gaby Real Name: Gabriela Margareth Warouw Born: April 11, 1998 Blood: O Height: 163cm
Gaya Real Name: Siti Gayatri Born: March 1993 Blood: O Height: 163cm
Ghaida Real Name: Ghaida Farisya Born: May 29, 1995 Blood: B Height: 163cm
Intan Real Name: Intania Pratama Ilham Born: July 19, 1991 Blood: -Height: 166cm
Jessica Real Name: Jessica Vania Widjaja Born: January 22, 1996 Blood: O Height: 156cm
Jessica Real Name: Jessica Veranda Hardja Born: August 19, 1993 Blood: O Height: 168cm
Melody Real Name: Melody Nurramdhani Laksani Born: March 24, 1992 Blood: O Height: 168cm
Nabila Real Name: Nabilah Ratna Ayu Azalia Born: November 11, 1999 Blood: B Height: 152cm
Neneng Real Name: Neneng Rosediana Born: January 24, 1999 Blood: O Height: 162cm
Rena Real Name: Rena Nozawa Born: may 6, 1998 Blood: B Height: 167cm
Dhike Real Name: Rezky Wiranti Dhike Born: November 22, 1995 Blood: B Height: 157cm
Rica Real Name: Rica Leyona Born: August 19, 1991 Blood: O Height: 158cm
Sendy Real Name: Sendy Ariani Born: August 12, 1993 Blood: A Height: 157cm
Shania Real Name: Shania Juniantha Born: June 27, 1998 Blood: B Height: 165cm
Sonia Real Name: Sonia Natalia Born: December 17, 1997 Blood: O Height: 153cm
Sonya Real Name: Sonya Pandarwaman Born: may 18, 1996 Blood: A Height: 156cm
Stella Real Name: Stella Cornelia Born: November 3, 1994 Blood: O Height: 160cm
Posted 04 November 2011 - 04:22 PM
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Posted 04 November 2011 - 05:15 PM
Posted 05 November 2011 - 04:26 AM
And wow, I knew K-Pop was popular but not that popular as the charts says for the Asian market. I can see why, that K-Pop bug been biting me recently hmm
So many AkiP idol groups around recently! Lolsz, I guess I became a fan at a good time. Kuz every month something big happens. From Katyusha sales to Eguchi Aimi to the Senbatsu Election to NMB48 debut to Team 4 formation to Flying Get sales and it's Mini movie to the official rivals Nogizaka46 to the Janken Tournament to the announcement of the mass graduation of SDN48 to The announcement of TPE48 and the formation of JKT48. Am I missing something in between?! Lolsz. One thing AKB fans and lurkers never suffer is boredom of this phonomenom !
Posted 08 November 2011 - 02:05 PM
Indonesia is a big market for its own artists (it's a country with high population). Sales are declining now, but in the 90s most renown artists can even reach 1 million album sales quite easily.
Though, Indonesia of all places! I would never have expected something like that, since it's not one of the "larger" music production countries such as Korea or Taiwan.
IMO JKT48 will only concentrate to succeed locally (at Jakarta) and nationally. I think it's more like a 'localized 48'with Aki-P still somewhat monitoring things but not really involved in daily basis. Of course this means he may have a plan to make the '48' brand go worldwide with this strategy. Who knows we may have NY48, PRS48, MNL48, etc in the future.
I just cannot find myself to care about Jakarta 48, Africa 48, Albania 48, Uruguay 48, Mongolia 48 or what have you not. Mostly because to me the word "idol" has a connotation and context that is uniquely Japanese. In Japan. An aspect or expression of Japanese subculture basically.
If all idols in Japan ended tomorrow, permanently, and the alternative was K-pop, and "idols" from say Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan or similar, I would not follow them.
Speaking of idols, in Indonesia the term "idol" is referred to people who graduated from a local talent show 'Indonesian Idol' (same franchise with American Idol). Girl and boy groups are simply called girlband and boyband, respectively.
You live too far away, Indonesian music is quite known in Asia. A band called 'Dewa' had a successful concert in Japan and a female singer called 'Agnes Monica' is a big hit nowadays, plus an Indie band called 'Sore' made it into Time (magazine) Asia as one of the 5 best Asian albums of the year (2008 if i'm not mistaken).
P.S.I'm not trying to dis Indonesian pop, I've just never heard any Indonesian music. Considering the massive non-effect a "foreign" unit had before (I forgot Coconut's Musume in the previous example) with another Idol group I liked, I see no cause for concern at this time.
Indonesia is not a Muslim country, its way of life is based on a principal called 'Pancasila', basically every Indonesian is free to choose their own beliefs. Indonesia has the largest number of muslim in the world, but other religions like Christian, Catholic, Hindu, and Buddha still got millions of follower here. There's about 15% of non-muslim in Indonesia (and with a population of 250.000.000++), that's still a big number.
Knowing that idols are typically involved in gravure and release PB's in swimwear and other skin-baring outfits...at least the Japanese one's anyway. . .
(I'm asking this question honestly) How are idols supposed to thrive in the largest Muslim country in the world? Maybe I'm just not that familiar with Indonesian culture, but I don't see typical idol culture meshing with Islam. I would appreciate any clarity that could be brought to this subject. Thanks.
Now the basic question, can idol groups succeed in Indonesia? Yes, in fact they're going pretty good lately. Can they wear bikinis? No. Easy as that
In terms of voice and dancing quality, they're the best so far. I'm one of their fan (already bought the mini-album). More info on: www.cherrybelle.info
They're local girl group called 'Cherrybelle'.
to sum it up:
- In case some of you're asking, Yes there are many cute girls in Indonesia.
- JKT48 is most likely to concentrate on local audience with Aki-p still monitoring things.
- Yes, Idol groups can succeed in here, it's just that the way they present themselves are to be aligned with Indonesian culture and tradition (no bikini that is - although if you ask me, I'm a pro-bikini guy )
Fukuda Kanon + Berryz Kobo
Posted 02 December 2011 - 04:08 PM
Their first CM, although it still 'Coming Soon'
夏 - 植 - 中 - 宮 - 山 - 尾 - 小
(Now the list
has been completed still not yet complete)
Posted 17 December 2011 - 12:11 AM
Posted 17 December 2011 - 01:12 AM
Posted 17 December 2011 - 03:17 AM
JKT to appear at Kouhaku?!
waw, need more confirmation
if it's true i think JKT will get so many experience and they'll more developed
but it's too early to them,
hahaha damn right....KUG's stage will exploded soon
Are they going to put like 300 girls on one stage? ;o Poor stage, it might collapse!
after i see her video, i think i'll support this girl
her name's Ghaida Farisya, her nickname lately Ghasyapon...previous nickname's Farish and Ghaichuu
a bit tomboy ?
with her cat named Kunyan :3
hmm looks like captain saki a bit
this one is so cute
Posted 18 December 2011 - 06:18 AM
they aren't bad, but i don't like it how i can understand what they're saying now.. >.<
heavy rotation just sounds weird now
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Posted 19 December 2011 - 01:43 AM
Akbjournal went to the handshake event. Some pics. She/He also said there's a Indonesian version of Aitakatta, a making of was shown at the event.
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The Indonesian and japanese translation of heavy rotation is a little different.
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