Who knows? They listed it, I ordered it, they accepted the order, it didn't come in 3 weeks, and so when I asked where it was, they said it was out of stock. I don't know the sequence of events; I'd like to know myself!
Post by galacticchick on Jul 22, 2005 9:28:34 GMT -5
Oh no! Well I suggest you follow up and demand your copy. Where will they get it from, I don't know, but you must have your copy of Attic Cat. I guess your last resort would have to be going to Korean CD stores or something like that.
Grandparents from WML: "Are my words dog's nose to you?"
Post by BungalowDweller on Aug 6, 2005 18:10:06 GMT -5
can someone translate in english the song Come Back to Me and The Gift on the OST for me?
I'm also looking for a translation of lyrics for this wonderful OST. My kid wants to be able to sing along. . .as do I. If I can't find anywhere this has been translated, I'll have to pay to get a translation. Yes--it's THAT bad here at home!We are Roof-Top Room Cat crazy!!!!
Success! I found the OST at hanbooks.com, which I'd never visited before. They've got books, DVDs, CDs, and magazines. Not a huge selection, unlike Yesasia and Annyoung, but it makes it easier to see what they do and do not have. I made sure to email an actual human being before ordering to make sure they had RRC in stock, and he said yes, but to hurry because they only have a few copies.
Thanks for thinking of me, gal-ck! And WOULD YOU BELIEVE that right after I emailed Annyoung to make sure my order was cancelled (because last night I was looking at my bank statement and saw that AY had charged me for the CD after all even though they said they couldn't fill my order), they told me they had found a copy and were sending it? I told them NO and I hope they believe me!! What a mess.
I don't know if that's what happened. It seems suspicious to me that it was only after I wrote to cancel the order that they found one. The whole Annyoung thing was more trouble than it was worth, because I was pretty clear that they were saying they couldn't fill the order, while they were holding onto my money. And so when I realized they had charged me and said I didn't want it (because I had discovered Hanbooks), all of a sudden they found a copy (hmm) and I had to scramble to make sure I wasn't going to end up with two copies. All this confusion led me to pay $4 more at Hanbooks than if Annyoung had been clear with me in the first place.