WGM Season 2:
Heechul +Puff couple!
I know nobody really cares who my biases are in the K-pop world are but I’ll shout it loud and clear: HEECHUL OPPA!!!
So I’ve been his fan since November 2005 when he debuted with SuJu (though I love SuJu he’s the #1) Therefore I’m soo glad that he gets to have a gf even if it’s make believe, I was getting worried that he’d only go out with his Neon Genesis Evangelion Asuka Pillow Doll. I know he probably has had a few relationships but they most probably didn’t last long because SuJu member’s girlfriends or suspected girlfriends get so much hassle. Continue reading
I really feel conflicted and excited about what’s to come. something happened that I didn’t think would occur until we were at least two-thirds into the drama, and having it happen now has made it all the more intriguing. Continue reading
There’s a lot to think about in this episode but not a whole lot happened which is an interesting detail about this drama. This drama is like eating at a high class restaurant, the meal might not be the most abundant, but it is the richest in flavour. Continue reading
This dramda is assured in it’s material and in it’s actors, so it tells the story at its own pace. Thankfully that pace while not sit at the edge of your seat fast, it’s in constant movement, and we do see a change overcome our characters as they interact with each other.
This drama that finished airing in march 2012 came as a surprise to me. The basic plot of this story is that Jung Jae In (Yoo Ho Jung) brings her daughters Eun Soo (Kim Sae Ron) and Hyun Soo (Ahn Seo Hyun) to live at her estranged father Boo Sik’s (Choi Bool Am) home in a mountain village in Kangwon Province just as a temporary measure while she tries to sort out her previously succesful husband who’s in jail, and the fact that her marriage is falling apart at the seams. It wasn’t a move that was meant to last. Continue reading
Wow.. we’ve got a lot going on in just one episode, and our characters go through a wide range of emotions and experiences within an hour. Though the episode still feels moody in it’s style and pacing, in reality it’s plot really moved forward quite quickly. During this episode I may have ended up changing opinions about some people, and I’m glad, I hate hating on sad people.
I’ve got to admit that I have very little tolerance for corporate shenanigans and one-upmanship that keeps going on between the ladies at the Seo Arts foundation and school. I really don’t care. like at all. Everything else I’m interested in, even in petty man-child Kang Joon Hyung (I made a mistake last time with his name, I’ve since corrected it). Continue reading