The King 2 Hearts Ost Love Is Crying Lee Seung Gi Japan Lyric

"The King 2 Hearts Ost Love Is Crying Lee Seung Gi Japan" LYRICS

jeongsini nagass-eonabwa geuttaen
naega eotteohge neoleul tteonaga
neomaneul saranghae jeongmal mianhae
nunmulman heulleonaelyeo

jeongsini nagass-eonabwa geuttaen
naega eotteohge neoleul tteonaga
neomuna bogopa niga bogopa

jebal nal yongseohaejwo
jeongsini nagass-eonabwa
imi neujeodaneun geol ara

seulpeohaedo ije modu soyongeobdan geol
barami buleoogo nae mami silyeowado
neol dasineun bol su eobni oh~

Oh baby nareul tteonagajima
Oh baby naneun neo hanappun-ya

geudaeyeo dorawa nal kkwag an-ajwo
neo eobsin gyeondil su eobseo
jeongsini nagass-eonabwa geuttaen

naega eotteohge neoleul tteonaga
neomaneul saranghae jeongmal mianhae
nunmulman heulleonaelyeo
jeongsini nagass-eonabwa geuttaen

naega eotteohge neoleul tteonaga
neomuna bogopa niga bogopa
jebal nal yongseohaejwo
jeongsini nagass-eonabwa

saranghandan mareul mothaesseo (mianhaeseo)
gomabdaneun maldo mothaesseo (tteonalkkabwa)
Come back to me my girl (my girl)
oneulbam neottaeme jam modeuleo

Oh baby naleul tteonagajima
Oh baby naneun neo hanappuniya

geudaeyeo dorawa nal kkwag anajwo
neo eobsin gyeondil su eobseo
jeongsini nagass-eonabwa geuttaen

naega eotteohge neoleul tteonaga
neomaneul saranghae jeongmal mianhae
nunmulman heulleonaelyeo

jeongsini nagass-eonabwa geuttaen
naega eotteohge neoleul tteonaga
neomuna bogopa niga bogopa

jebal nal yongseohaejwo
jeongsini nagass-eonabwa

salmyeosi anajugo sipeo
salmyeosi ibmajchugo sipeo

geudaeui pumeseo na jamdeulgo sipeo yeah yeah yeah ~
geuttaen jeongmallo jeongsini nagass-eonabwa

ENGLISH TRANSLATION**

I think i lost my mind at that time
how could i left you
i only loves you i'm really sorry
i could only cry

I think i lost my mind at that time
how could i left you
i really miss it. i miss you
please forgive me~ i think i lost my mind

i know that it's too late now
even i'm sad it's all useless
even if the wind blows and my heart is lonely
i can't see you anymore, oh~

oh baby don't leave me
oh baby you're the only one for me

please come back. please hug me tightly
i can't bear it without you

I think i lost my mind at that time
how could i left you
i only loves you i'm really sorry
i could only cry

I think i lost my mind at that time
how could i left you
i really miss it. i miss you
please forgive me~ i think i lost my mind

i couldn't say the word 'i love you' (because i'm sorry)
i also couldn't say the word 'thanks' (because you might leave)
come backt to me my girl (my girl)
i can't sleep today because of you

oh baby don't leave me
oh baby you're the only one for me

please come back. please hug me tightly
i can't bear it without you

I think i lost my mind at that time
how could i left you
i only loves you i'm really sorry
i could only cry

I think i lost my mind at that time
how could i left you
i really miss it. i miss you
please forgive me~ i think i lost my mind

i wanna hug you slowly, i wanna kiss you slowly
i wanna fall asleep in your arms yeah yeah yeah

Ibanez Jet King

The Ibanez Jet King is the term for a family of electric guitars made by Ibanez, essentially a modern remake of the FujiGen EJ-2-T and Ibanez Rhythm Maker. In appearance, the Jet King is similar to a Fender Jazzmaster. The family includes: Jet King 1 (JTK1) — resembles EJ-2 by FujiGen and Teisco MJ-2. Jet King 2 (JTK2) — resembles Ibanez Rhythm Maker by Guyatone in 1960s. Jet King 3 (JTK3) Jet King 4 (JTK4) ^ EJ-2-T was manufactured by FujiGen during c.1962–c.1965, and exported under several brands including: St George, Zim-Gar, etc.. G L Wilson (24 January 2010). "St George-branded vintage Japanese guitar - pristine condition". Guitarz. The St George brand was created for the St George music stores which had branches in Hollywood and New York in the 1960s... ZimGar guitar played by Jon Spencer, seen on:Tessa Jeffers. "Interview: Jon Spencer Blues Explosion". Premier Guitar (October 2012). Note: similar model but with slightly broaden left-horn, seems later also manufactured by Matsumoku and exported as: Palmer, Tempo, Nivco (JVC), etc.. "1965 Palmer/Tempo (Matsumoku) Japanese Guitar". Drowning in Guitars!. May 27, 2012. ^ Mark Cole (2006-12-12). "MJ-2L (1965), WG-2L (1963) - My Teiscos". Teisco Twanger's Paradise. Note1: the design origin (including side-block fret marker on JTK1) might can be dated back to 1959 Marco Polo "TL-59", produced by Guyatone, built by Kiso Suzuki Violin: "1959 Guyatone Marco Polo "TL-59"". PulseBeatGuitars.com. The story of this rare Marco Polo guitar started as a production design under the direction of Guyatone House-Brands in 1958. It was built at the Suzuki [i.e. Kiso Suzuki Violin] ... The Marco Polo was styled, more-or-less, after the Fender Jazzmaster-shape with its offset guitars waist. ... extended upper horn and backward sloped lower cut-way. ... Guyatone was also particularly known for their "Gold Screen" pickups. Featuring a Rosewood Fingerboard with Side-Block Fret Markers ... Later, this model seems evolved into Guyatone LG-55W and LG-65T (Kent 530 Las Vegas) which designs were more sophisticated than FujiGen EJ-2 (1962): Meyers, Frank (January 12, 2014). "Tokyo Flood-1964 Guyatone LG-55W Guitar [Kent Las Vegas]". DrowningInGuitars.com. Note2: similar design was also shared on the later Kawai S-80 with half pickguard model in 1960s, as seen on: 60's Bizarre Guitars 1993, p. 32 ^ "Guyatone Gallery". GuyatoneGuitars.com. DeMont Guitars. Bill Menting (oncevlectrum-undervlectrum.com) Left to right, EG-90, Model 1840 large body, extra volume and tone, set neck model 1202 bass, 1830 small body, 1830 large body/headstock, set neck model 1860. Note: model 18xx series seem corresponding to "Ibanez Rhythm Maker". ^ "Hoshino Gakki Ten: IBANEZ and related brands....". OnceVlectrum-UnderVlectrum.com. {top} Here we have a '57-'59 Guyatone made model EG-90, sold to Hoshino, and exported to Canada under the Regent name. ... No picture exists in any Hoshino literature or website. ...", "{Middle} A rare one here, an Ibanez model 1860 large body set neck, circa 1960. This old girls claim to fame is that one of these models was owned by the late Jimi Hendrix. ... It is also Guyatone made.”, "{Bottom} Here we have a much later Ibanez, made after the closing of the Tama plant in 1967. Most likely Teisco made, ... A rare bird under the Ibanez brand name.", “Model 1830 bolt on neck . All models introduced on this page are: [Top] model EG-90 under Regent brand (1957-59), model 1860 large body setneck (c.1960), [Kawai S-80 type] later model (after 1967) [Left] Burns influenced model 1802 (early 1960s), model 883 (1962) and model 882 (1963), model 1943 very rare set neck (late 1950s), earlier version of model 994 (1963), and model 1830 bolt on neck (relative of model 1860 in early 1960s) [Right] model 901 under Goldentone label and 902 under Continental label (1962-63), model 1201 under Hy-Lo label (1962) and model 1502 (1962-63), Burns Bison Copy Era first model 995 under Maxitone (1963) and last [Tama] manufactured model 3902x (1966), Jaguar styling model 882 (1963-64) and another Burns Bison influenced model 3903 under Goldentone label. Note: Kawai S180 (c.1964) used by Hound Dog Taylor, a similar model with slightly different pickguard, is said to be a copy of the Guyatone model indicated by the trade buyer, according to: 60's Bizarre Guitars 1993, p. 32. And, according to the "Genesis of FujiGen" site, several of Kawai models at that time were also sometimes manufactured by FujiGen (with the request of trade buyer), to fill the shortage of production of Kawai, and these models are seen on the 1965 photograph of FujiGen office. ^ Ibanez Electric Guitars (catalog), Hoshino Gakki Ten, Ltd., 1961, p. 1, 2 "No.1830 [2pu] ... / No.1850 [3pu] ... / No.1860 [2pu with tremolo] ... / No.1880 [3pu with tremolo] ... / No.1950 [bass] ..."