http://shayneorok.com/post/89959398001/so-if-youve-been-on-youtube-for-as-long-as-i

shayne-orok:

so… if you’ve been on youtube for as long as i have, you’ll know that not only has the site changed visually, but even just trying to stay relevant as a youtube cover artist has become a lot more difficult. after all, there are tons of more youtubers now, tougher competition for views, etc.

i’ve…

shayne-orok:

눈,코,입 (eyes, nose, lips) (cover)

shayne-orok:

사랑 그땐 (love then) (cover)

shayne-orok:

니가 뭔데? (who you?) (cover)

shayne-orok:

자니 (johnny) (cover)

shayne-orok:

나의 옛날 이야기 (my old story) (cover)

shayne-orok:

stand by me (cover) #shinee

shayne-orok:

우산 (umbrella) (cover)

Anonymous asked:
Do you REALLY read all the comments in Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and other social media?

shayne-orok:

honestly, yes. i really do. i’m on the computer quite a lot (ask my parents lol) and plus, it’s not like i’m known enough to the point where it gets impossible to check all of my comments. so it’s actually pretty easy to keep track of all my social networks :) 

Anonymous asked:
Shayne, how are you different now than your old self? I think you had changed a lot since you went to korea.

shayne-orok:

i get this question a lot and y’know… despite having gone through a lot in korea, i like to think that i’m still friendly and down to earth ^^; but what i think i gained most from my experiences in korea was a greater perception of the music industry. actually working there as an artist really opened my eyes to just how difficult it really is. i think i’ve also grown a lot as a person + musically and gained some confidence as well, even though i’m still pretty shy haha. most importantly, after leaving high school, i literally had no clue what i wanted to be doing later on. at the very least, i now have a much better idea of that!

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