Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Morning Musume English Lesson
Watch this YouTube video of Morning Musume, a popular all-girl J-pop group having fun in an English class. Dang! I wish I knew how to speak Japanese. Teaching English to cute Japanese girls looks like an interesting job. Here's part 2 and part 3 of the clip and their must watch music video. Ok, I have to admit it. I've just become a fan. Go Morning Musume!
(Thanks Mr Big)
Update: More Morning Musume cuteness: here, here and here. Alrighty, I shall stop.
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They got so many members!
Aren't we glad we are all English speaking? Seeing how difficult these Japanese are trying to speak English, I'm glad I was taught English since young.
so many kawaii girls sia.. i also want to teach japanese liao.
IZ: Sorry. It wasn't my intention to make you like these cute little things. Ha!!!
You can teach me English IZ. I just pretend that I don't know okie? And act cute too.
Wow. Why so many members in their group??
Morning Musume reminds me of the Spice Girls but at least these Japanese can sing better than the Brits.
Thanks IZ for introducing me to Morning Musume. I also fan now.
They bring in new members when the old ones graduate to do solo music careers or other projects.
I still think that they they have too many members at once.
Very difficult to remember whos who.
I like the first music video that you linked to. Music is super catchy.
This wiki site has a nice timeline of all the Morning Musume members.
I love them too coz they are so cute.
And you thought after all the years of American influence, most Japanese would be able to speak fluent English.
IZ: I teach you Japanese. Private lessons ok?
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