[Review] BLONOTE by Tablo

Wow, just wow! This book as simple as it is, is really something I needed. I happened to buy the Korean and English set with a CD.ย C0BkylnUQAQqsrE

So, The Pink and Blue cover is Korean, and the Black and Grey is English. The CD is of Tablo explaining what BLONOTE is; and what it means to him. He reads some of the notes inside, though he admits he finds reading out loud a big awkward for him, as he is used to rapping things he writes. He then ends the small podcast saying “This is your book now, how it translates into your life is how it helps you.” He wants this to be a book you can find simple answers to. At first I thought it sounded very cheesy and almost like one of those Hallmarkย cards; but when I started to actually get into the books, that thought changed so much.

These notes aren’t just simple sayings or silly little things you hear everyday, they are real things to bring thoughts. There is also 19 written pages from artists, directors and even students; one of those people being G-Dragon himself. Tablo picked notes that he felt fit those people, or just were ironic things for those people to write. I feel like this gives a personal touch on these quotes and brings them to life a little bit more.

“Unattained love is still called love. Why do we call unattained dreams, failure?”ย 

A lot of the quotes talk about learning to love and accept yourself first, finding your own paths and dreams, and simple coaching on life. The book almost reminds me of a few snapchats Tablo put of out, but on a more serious note, then what was said in the snapchats.

Overall, I’m extremely thankful for this book, it wasn’t something I knew I needed, till I had it in my had. I really hope you all get a copy, and maybe a copy for someone you feel needs it; even if they don’t know Tablo. Don’t forget to read Tablo’s other books as well!

Stay Epik!

-MinJoon

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