Hubba hubba! Ladies and gentlemen, it’s the season of lurve and the K-popped! Trio is ready for some romance!
We’ve done away with our cheongsams and are all set to play Cupid — ok, more like be a victim of Cupid — this Valentine’s season!
Rooster, who loves food, is on the verge of a full-blown sugar high as she indulges in chocolates and sweets. Look at her, she’s one happy (and delirious ;-)) camper indeed!
Apart from Valentine’s Day, we will also be celebrating the Chinese version of Valentine’s Day called Chap Goh Meh.
The term is from the Hokkien dialect and refers to the 15th day of the 1st month, which is the occasion of the 1st full moon of the New Year.
It also represents the final day of the Lunar New Year period. This year, Chap Goh Meh falls on Feb 21!
Uh-huh, it’s double the romance for us Malaysians, thank you very much! 😉
While Valentine’s Day is all about flowers, chocolates, love notes and gifts, Chap Goh Meh is about young, unmarried women gathering to toss tangerines into the sea/river/lake in hopes that their future spouse will pick it up!
Yeah, so make sure you write your phone number on the tangerine real big, with a waterproof marker. Apparently, this custom originated from Penang, Malaysia!
Finally, beloved readers, the K-popped! Trio would like to say 사랑해요 to all of you!
Please, steal some chocs and sweets from Rooster before she starts to bounce off the walls, stop and smell the flowers Orchid has put out and last but not least, mind the flying arrows, I have bad aim ;-).
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