YAY! It’s the 120th post!
Date :October 26, 2011
Time : 2:00 PM
Event : YAI HAVEN First Year Anniversary
It’s been year since the first article was posted and the Haven was founded by our very own Tinysunbl, who’s nickname came from the first English newspaper she read “The Sun”. To commemorate this special event , the HAVENERS decided to finally meet up, POTLUCK style.
The first to arrive is AYA RYUUSEKI, bringing with her YAI Lasagna, her personal favorite and the YAI Leche flan for dessert. She said, that this dessert, no matter how much you eat, you still love it. One can be addicted to it. “ I’m pretty much saying that I’m falling more and more in love with Yai the more I learn about him. I’m addicted!” she added .
Come next is LISDARINA, her real name, with her the YAI Fried rice! Hmmmn, yummy. Being a nosy haveners I ask, why fried rice? She said, she’s having this once a week, for it is a something that brightened her day! Without it, her life will never be complete!The same goes to a life without seeing Ah In. Never complete! haha!! (Same here dear –Asha)
EUPHUNE, a Cassies and now a fellow HAVENERS, brought with her the YAI pat bing soo , it is kind of ice cream in korea that made from many kind of fruits that reminds him of our Yoo AH IN coz he’s refresing to her.
The spicy chilli sambal with anchovies and potato on the far corner of the table was brought by MIRASCHINN, (whose Nickname is a combination of her real name and schinn is from shin, in gokusen the first season). Next to it is the Filipino dish called Sinigang, brought by JAS. It’s a sour soup but it can be a little spicy because one of the ingredients is a long chili pepper. Jas said, this soup reminds her our our YAI because like the soup, , he add a little spice to himself .
For drinks, ESHI, brought a case of Grass Jelly and Lychee drink. She’s completely in love with this drink and wanted to share to the fandom and she said she love this drink strangely enough for the same reasons that she love YAI, its refreashing and different . But, if you want something tradional KOREAN drink, our Korean American Haveners Angel Jaeshinah brought some Makkeoli, it’s a traditional rice wine and it’s a bit sweet, quite strong, and very Korean. She said she feel like Ah In would be something alcoholic., so why not give it a try…