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[AVI & FLV] 10-02-09 Wonder Girls – Video Message for Chuseok October 3, 2009

Filed under: So Hee,Sun Mi,Sun Ye,videos,Wonder Girls,Ye Eun,Yoo bin — cutegiurl @ 3:08 pm

here it is! now, who says the girls had changed???? they are still their dorkie selfs which we all love! oh and does anyone notice how short sohee is? i am guessing that she’s wearing flats while the 2 short girls are wearing heels hahaha another factor that makes her so short is that the camera is slanted a little bit….but if it’s not slanted, i’m guessing that Sunye & Sohee are about the same height in the video. or maybe sohee just stopped growing haha while on the other hand, Sunmi seems to be growing nonstop! look how tall she is! woah!

the girls look so pretty ^_^ i miss them so much!

AVI is HERE! i’ll post a TS/TP one when i find it ^_^

but for now, please pray for us(Filipinos) as another typhoon will be coming our way and this time, it’s stronger than before!

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11 Responses to “[AVI & FLV] 10-02-09 Wonder Girls – Video Message for Chuseok”

  1. eosin Says:

    Hi,

    yeah… a lot have been affected sana di na to maulit… Cutegiurl, I’m so surprised! pinay ka pala?hehe.. All along I thought you are korean… I’m so touched by the girls tweets…

    • cutegiurl Says:

      haha maybe you haven’t read the “Hello! Read First” page that’s why you don’t know i’m a Filipina! haha but i am Korean a heart! hahaha i just love the culture & language of Korea that i self studied their language…so i can understand, write & speak Korean haha but i am not yet fluent….haha

  2. MC Says:

    Sorry for my second post, but just to update on the situation..

    ‘Super Typhoon’ Nears Philippines, Calamity Declared’

    “MANILA, Philippines, October 2, 2009 (ENS) – President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo today declared a nationwide calamity and ordered local governments, police and military to forcibly evacuate residents in the projected path of “super typhoon” Parma, the second typhoon to strike the island nation this week.

    At an emergency Cabinet and National Disaster Coordinating Council meeting this morning in Cainta, the President issued the order to evacuate people on Luzon Island in the provinces of Camarines Norte, Aurora, Northern Quezon, Pollilio Island, Isabela and Cagayan, “to prevent further loss of lives.”

    She ordered that residents who live in danger zones near rivers and on mountain slopes be removed as a precaution against possible flash floods and landslides.

    The typhoon, locally called Pepeng, has a sustained maximum wind of 195 kilometers per hour (121 mph) with higher gusts of 230 km/h (143 mph), Frisco Nilo, director of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, told the President and Cabinet. These wind speeds are those of a Category 3 hurricane with dangerous winds expected to cause extensive damage.
    President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo gestures during the NDCC Council Meeting today in Cainta. (Photo by Meyln Acosta courtesy Office of the President)

    Nilo said the storm could develop into a “super typhoon” within the next 24 hours and is expected to make landfall in the provinces of Aurora and Isabela by Saturday noon, local time.

    President Arroyo requested an hourly update on typhoon conditions and asked Nilo to immediately report any sudden rise in water levels in dams and reservoirs near Manila.

    The President ordered that disaster relief response teams in vulnerable areas be equipped with rubber boats, portable generators, M35 trucks, and lifesaving kits.

    “This is a full-force typhoon which could reach Category 5 level,” Angela Travis, a spokeswoman for the United Nations in Manila, told the UN news agency IRIN. “They are hit by 20-plus typhoons a year and they are gearing up.”

    The President declared the entire country under a State of Calamity in preparation for the super typhoon. The declaration allows local government units to use their five percent calamity fund and to impose price controls on basic commodities, including construction materials.

    The super typhoon bearing down on the Philippines comes six days after Typhoon Ketsana, locally called Ondoy, flooded 80 percent of Manila and surrounding areas, claiming nearly 300 lives and affecting more than three million people.

    Philippine officials are still struggling to distribute aid to the hundreds of thousands of people displaced by Ondoy who are sheltering in schools, churches, gymnasiums, and in the Presidential palace.

    “Six days after Ketsana whipped the country, we are continuing to rush widespread distribution of aid to those still in need,” Arroyo said, warning that traders using the crisis as a reason to inflate the prices of basic commodities would be sent to prison.

    The President ordered the distribution of drinking water and one million packages of instant noodles. With local officials, she distributed packages of food to survivors in the town of Rodriguez, Rizal.

    There, the President listened to the stories of Juana Hispano and Leonor Ginoba, both residents of the village of Tinpasil, who are homeless after rushing floodwaters weakened the foundations of their houses until they collapsed.
    Homeless survivors of Typhoon Ketsana are taking shelter in the presidential palace. (Photo by Avito Dalan courtesy Office of the President)

    In tears, the two women appealed to the President for help. Arroyo told them the government is doing all it can to provide immediate assistance.

    She said the Department of Social Welfare and Development will conduct house-to-house surveys of typhoon victims who apply for assistance to ascertain that claims of calamity are properly documented. She said this will ensure that those who need assistance will receive it.

    The National Disaster Response Committee estimates that more than 10,000 homes were damaged by Ondoy, with 4,270 homes completely destroyed.

    At this morning’s Cabinet meeting President Arroyo stressed the need to relocate riverbank settlers to safer grounds to avoid further loss of lives and properties in future disasters.

    “Riverbank settlers should not go back,” to their former homes, she stressed, and asked Vice President Noli de Castro to look for possible relocation sites.

    De Castro said 100,000 housing units could be built on a former Manila Bank property in San Miguel, Bulacan and some 281 hectares could be set aside for agri-livelihood projects for relocated typhoon victims.

    De Castro, who is also chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council, said the site is 65 kilometers from Manila and could be developed as a permanent relocation site.”

    **Please prepare yourself and your family for this cutegiurl. This is very worrying news, it’s scary even to me.
    Which part of PH are you in anyway gal?

    Keep us updated and let us know you are safe ya..

    • cutegiurl Says:

      yeah it is scary but i think that me and my fanily are safe where we are. I live in Balanga City, Bataan. During the typhoon Ketsana or Ondoy we only had heavy rains and no floods, so we are very lucky here. I just wish that we will also be able to experience heavy rain only and no floods. but you’re right…what’s happening now is really scary…some say that this is the start to the end of the world….anyways let’s just hope that no one will die again or be homeless as typhoon Pepeng hits the Philippines….Ondoy had created a lot of disasters already..please…enough of this….May God Bless us all.

      just in case, if i didn’t update for like 3 months to a year…then that means i am not safe anymore….let’s just hope that pepeng will come by quickly and just go

      • MC Says:

        3 people including a 2 year old boy died. 😦
        But luckily Manila was spared at least.
        Take care everyone..

  3. cutegiurl Says:

    Thank you all so much for the concerns & prayers ^_^ i just hope that they will be heard and this typhoon will just go away and unharm us all hehe…

  4. MC Says:

    Hope you and your family are safe. Take all necessary precautions yea..
    I don’t believe in god but I pray that the worst is over for you guys and those affected by the other disasters.

    Manatili ligtas

  5. -lee- Says:

    haha..it’s weird seeing sohee so small! lol
    they’re all so cute and funny and huggable!! i really miss them, but i’m glad for every little video / message / pictures / whatever else we get. the girls are still the same, just shows how down to earth and awesome they are!! hehe
    Thank you very much 4 sharing!! ^^ ❤

    ps.: my thoughts and prayers go out to all filipinos – hope everything will be alright!

  6. krysti Says:

    sunmi seem to be wearing heels. when yeeun pull her over and she walked back to her spot. it seem like she couldn’t walk.


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