I saw these were posted in baidu/bdpyj (reposted from cafe.daum.net/gallery by style and soompi by mariko a few days ago) :
I am sure you know by now that these posters are hung inside the Tokyo Metro subway train. The advertisement is about TWSSG being screened in Wald9 cinema, its related manga and photo book publications. I personally have not seen that particular one, but I spotted this one on my first weekend here :
Oh boy, you really have to be alert and ready all the time in Japan, I meant your camera or cell phone. I totally didn't expect, or wasn't even thinking about BYJ (oops, a big crime in the BYJ kingdom but you have to pardon me since I have 1000 things stuffed into my tiny brain). Then, my hubby noticed the poster (of course at his height, he's directly facing it!) but it was our stop to get off! I quickly asked hubby to scramble out the camera and snap a shot of it before being squeezed into a sandwich by the closing doors. Hehe, I only have a chance to look at it after I got home. I think this is actually the ad for Winter Sonata Pachinko game Season 2, right cloudnine? No wonder my Japanese relative who visited from New York asked me if Yonsama is making Winter Sonata 2? Hehe now, that one I can answer safely without even thinking : it is a NO. Knowing our BYJ, it's highly unlikely that he will repeat a similar project no matter what everyone else thinks.
Hehe, it's interesting how I was reminded of our 'hard-headed' JunSahng on the first day of my son's school. When the principal took us to his classroom that morning, the Math class had already started and the students had well settled into their own desks. I remember my son standing at the front of the class, wearing his backpack, feeling a bit nervous and shy. There were a few empty seats scattered around the room, so the teacher asked him to pick any seats he liked. There it was, an empty desk at the back of the middle row. At that split second, I had this image flashed across my mind of JunSahng's first day in class. How uneasy, uncertain and lonely he felt! Then I watched my son hesitated for a moment, looking self-conscious, then walked cautiosly towards that same desk as all eyes were on him. My boy must have read my mind!
Be brave, my dearest boy, hope you can face your challenge with intelligence and integrity, have loads of fun and friends in your new life! We love you so much :)