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Latest dramas I've been watching

I feel kind of bad for abandoning this blog recently.  When I first started it, I really loved it.  I’d constantly look at it, couldn’t wait to get a new post up, even though I tried to pace myself, etc.  813 more words

Randomness

a little sad

– “I suddenly feel a little sad.”

– “Why?”

– “Just because… I like you so much.”

Drama

Me Too, Flower: Musings on Genre --The OTP Drama

Over at Dramafever Me Too, Flower is described as proving “the power of love to defeat cynicism and boredom,” and having finished watching the show I’m inclined to agree. 844 more words

Yoon Shi Yoon

DDee reblogged this on obsessive compulsive (k)drama-watching disorder and commented:

I'm reblogging someone else's brilliance in lieu of having to come up with some of my own, as I've just finished Me Too, Flower! and I simply adore it!! It is thoroughly character-driven and if there ever was a drama where the richness of the OTP looms so large as to eclipse the drama itself, this would be it! And as I wrote on tumblr, the characters are so great that I think even if you removed the "villain" there would've been oodles of conflict and obstacles to explore based on their personal traumas alone. Anyway, a great post :D

"Me too, Flower" Korean Language Lesson - Episode One - 2/18/2014

M: I’m sorry. Are you okay?

죄송합니다. 괜찮으세요?

W: Over there…you dropped something. Pick your eyes up, and put them back in safely. Pay attention to the road next time! 136 more words

Adventures In Korean

Dongsaeng - Lee Ki Kwang

Of all my Dongsaeng’s so far I don’t know if you can get more cute than Lee Ki Kwang!  I mean he’s just so squishy and adorable and his smile just makes me giggle.   338 more words

Korean

Pretty Woman (1990)

Why does a wealthy businessman who is afraid of height always chooses the penthouse and avoids its balcony?

Because he wants the best.

When Vivian (played by Julia Roberts) got treated in such disrespectful way by a glimpse of her appearance reminded me of a scene in “Me Too, Flower!” (a 2011 Korean drama series) when Seo Jae Hee (played by Yoon Shi Yoon) was being an undercover CEO to witness the difference of judgmental stereotype by the sales. 37 more words

Thoughts

As Yoon Shi Yoon’s Ordinary Fan

source : http://www.koreandramafc.com/korean-star/yoon-shi-yoon/yoon-shi-yoon-05.jpg

If I could tell him something then it would be : I like your image and acting skill especially how you acted as if you were in pain, it was convincing. 156 more words

Thoughts