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Blog about G-Dragon coz he's cute as fuck.
I also post about rest of BigBang, Soo Hyuk, Woo Bin, 2NE1, WINNER and some other random stuff.


20/∞ pictures of 2ne1
20/ pictures of 2ne1
Big Bang is just Big Bang. No matter what metaphors I use, it doesn’t suit our group. How people perceive us doesn’t affect who we are and it’s possible that our popularity may die in the future. But I’m not scared of that. It’s okay if we go through an accident and can’t go up on stage. The reason why we can continue doing our music is because us five are enjoying our time together as a team. We all like music and wherever we go and whatever we do, I’m thankful that we’re together. I have no fear and this is how it’s gonna be. - Taeyang
tryfon-topalidis:

The daughter of Mount Everest avalanche victim Ang Kazi Sherpa light oil lamps at a Sherpa Monastery in Kathmandu on April 20, 2014. Nepal has called off the search for three local guides still missing, citing weather conditions, after a massive avalanche on Mount Everest that killed thirteen of their colleagues. (Photo: Prakash Mathema/AFP)  
The avalanche occurred last Friday morning at around 6:45 am at an altitude of about 5,800 metres in an area known as the “popcorn field” which lies on the route to the treacherous Khumbu icefall. 
The local Sherpa community has issued a seven-day ultimatum to the Nepalese government, threatening to boycott the upcoming spring climbing season, after a meeting at Mount Everest’s base camp in the wake of the deadly avalanche. Among the demands sent to Nepal’s Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, the group called on the state to provide 10 million Nepalese rupee (US$103,600) each to families of the deceased and critically injured, along with initiatives to increase the overall support infrastructure for local guides working in the Himalayas.
Nepal’s Sherpas are lauded for their ability to withstand high altitudes and are widely regarded as some of the world’s hardiest mountaineers. Members of the ethnic group are the backbone of the Himalayan adventure-tourism industry, where they work as guides, porters and climbers.
Around 4,000 people have scaled Mount Everest since 1953 when Tenzing Sherpa and Edmund Hillary made it to the summit of the peak. More than 250 people have died while attempting to climb the Everest. The latest accident – the worst of all times on Mt Everest – comes during the peak climbing months of April and May as hundreds of climbers converged at base camp in the hope of scaling the 8,848-metre-high summit.

tryfon-topalidis:

The daughter of Mount Everest avalanche victim Ang Kazi Sherpa light oil lamps at a Sherpa Monastery in Kathmandu on April 20, 2014. Nepal has called off the search for three local guides still missing, citing weather conditions, after a massive avalanche on Mount Everest that killed thirteen of their colleagues. (Photo: Prakash Mathema/AFP) 

The avalanche occurred last Friday morning at around 6:45 am at an altitude of about 5,800 metres in an area known as the “popcorn field” which lies on the route to the treacherous Khumbu icefall. 

The local Sherpa community has issued a seven-day ultimatum to the Nepalese government, threatening to boycott the upcoming spring climbing season, after a meeting at Mount Everest’s base camp in the wake of the deadly avalanche. Among the demands sent to Nepal’s Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, the group called on the state to provide 10 million Nepalese rupee (US$103,600) each to families of the deceased and critically injured, along with initiatives to increase the overall support infrastructure for local guides working in the Himalayas.

Nepal’s Sherpas are lauded for their ability to withstand high altitudes and are widely regarded as some of the world’s hardiest mountaineers. Members of the ethnic group are the backbone of the Himalayan adventure-tourism industry, where they work as guides, porters and climbers.

Around 4,000 people have scaled Mount Everest since 1953 when Tenzing Sherpa and Edmund Hillary made it to the summit of the peak. More than 250 people have died while attempting to climb the Everest. The latest accident  the worst of all times on Mt Everest  comes during the peak climbing months of April and May as hundreds of climbers converged at base camp in the hope of scaling the 8,848-metre-high summit.

062518:

When everyone is tired from rehearsing the whole day until midnight. There is Dae being the happy pill and trying to cheer up everyone at 2 in the morning.

Daesung: Jiyong's leadership. I want to learn how to lead so many people like he does.
Seungri: TOP's 'sense.' He has a knack for being humorous no matter what the mood is.
Taeyang: Daesung's bright smile. Daesung's smile is always so bright and happy.
TOP: Seungri's determination. He always finishes his work to the very best, Jiyong does that too.
G-Dragon: I want to have that kind of inner warmth that Taeyang has.
busanlion:

1/∞ moments of the lion ruining my life.

busanlion:

1/ moments of the lion ruining my life.

Seunghoon pls

When G-Dragon speaks English…

seungripls:

✿ cute GDae moments during the Japanese Dome Tour 

busanlion:

3/ ∞ moments of the lion ruining my life.

busanlion:

3/  moments of the lion ruining my life.

suhemming:

This scene physically hurts me from the amount of butterflies that it creates in my tummy….

fy-winner:

[FANCAM]  140413 WINNER & TEAM B - 전화번호+핫뜨거+high high YGFAMCON
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