Mar. 5th, 2012

dangermousie: (SKKS: Sun Joon weeping by timescout)


This was shown at the Rooftop Prince presscon and how they expect me to wait over a week for this, I have no idea. I have already rewatched it three times.

Anyway, here is the reel (taken from [livejournal.com profile] clairiere).



!!!! I love how it's totally hilarious but with some serious, serious darkness thrown in too. Han Ji Min and Yoochun continue their campaign to conquer the world through adorableness, and the sole problem (if one can call it that) is that seeing the period bits, I am left craving that there was an AU version of this which was solely the period part with the the intrigue and everything...
dangermousie: (SKKS: Sun Joon weeping by timescout)


This was shown at the Rooftop Prince presscon and how they expect me to wait over a week for this, I have no idea. I have already rewatched it three times.

Anyway, here is the reel (taken from [livejournal.com profile] clairiere).



!!!! I love how it's totally hilarious but with some serious, serious darkness thrown in too. Han Ji Min and Yoochun continue their campaign to conquer the world through adorableness, and the sole problem (if one can call it that) is that seeing the period bits, I am left craving that there was an AU version of this which was solely the period part with the the intrigue and everything...
dangermousie: (SKKS: Sun Joon weeping by timescout)


This was shown at the Rooftop Prince presscon and how they expect me to wait over a week for this, I have no idea. I have already rewatched it three times.

Anyway, here is the reel (taken from [livejournal.com profile] clairiere).



!!!! I love how it's totally hilarious but with some serious, serious darkness thrown in too. Han Ji Min and Yoochun continue their campaign to conquer the world through adorableness, and the sole problem (if one can call it that) is that seeing the period bits, I am left craving that there was an AU version of this which was solely the period part with the the intrigue and everything...
dangermousie: (CH: don't go by meganbmoore)
Hero (in a dystopian future, one man accidentally acquires super-powers and decides to fight corruption):



Fashion King (bright young things try to pursue their passion for fashion and each other):



I like them both. FK has bright colors, quick cutting, and what looks like to-the-hilt performances by Yoo Ah In and Shin Se Kyung. But I confess my heart belongs to Hero, which had a premise designed to appeal to me (and highly unusual for kdramas) and whose teaser had a sharp, unsettling, surreal vibe that grabbed me and didn't let go.
dangermousie: (CH: don't go by meganbmoore)
Hero (in a dystopian future, one man accidentally acquires super-powers and decides to fight corruption):



Fashion King (bright young things try to pursue their passion for fashion and each other):



I like them both. FK has bright colors, quick cutting, and what looks like to-the-hilt performances by Yoo Ah In and Shin Se Kyung. But I confess my heart belongs to Hero, which had a premise designed to appeal to me (and highly unusual for kdramas) and whose teaser had a sharp, unsettling, surreal vibe that grabbed me and didn't let go.
dangermousie: (CH: don't go by meganbmoore)
Hero (in a dystopian future, one man accidentally acquires super-powers and decides to fight corruption):



Fashion King (bright young things try to pursue their passion for fashion and each other):



I like them both. FK has bright colors, quick cutting, and what looks like to-the-hilt performances by Yoo Ah In and Shin Se Kyung. But I confess my heart belongs to Hero, which had a premise designed to appeal to me (and highly unusual for kdramas) and whose teaser had a sharp, unsettling, surreal vibe that grabbed me and didn't let go.
dangermousie: (Default)
We are making plans for our next vacation and among places we are considering are Taiwan and South Korea, two places I am sure a number of my flisties are eminently familiar with.

So, when's a good time to go to those? I think Korea might be too cold before the end of April. Is it nice in the summer or May? How about Taiwan - is summer too hot? Also, while I have a pretty decent idea of what I'd do for a week in Taiwan, despite years of kdramas, I have no idea what there is to do in Korea for a week - can you give me some suggestions? Is Seoul cool? Where else could/should we go?

Oh, and how easily can we get around these places with beyond rudimentary Korean and no Chinese? We got around Japan and Thailand just fine with some phrasebooks and good maps and those places aren't really English-proficient, but are Korea and Taiwan harder?

Help, oh mighty flisties! :)
dangermousie: (Default)
We are making plans for our next vacation and among places we are considering are Taiwan and South Korea, two places I am sure a number of my flisties are eminently familiar with.

So, when's a good time to go to those? I think Korea might be too cold before the end of April. Is it nice in the summer or May? How about Taiwan - is summer too hot? Also, while I have a pretty decent idea of what I'd do for a week in Taiwan, despite years of kdramas, I have no idea what there is to do in Korea for a week - can you give me some suggestions? Is Seoul cool? Where else could/should we go?

Oh, and how easily can we get around these places with beyond rudimentary Korean and no Chinese? We got around Japan and Thailand just fine with some phrasebooks and good maps and those places aren't really English-proficient, but are Korea and Taiwan harder?

Help, oh mighty flisties! :)
dangermousie: (Default)
We are making plans for our next vacation and among places we are considering are Taiwan and South Korea, two places I am sure a number of my flisties are eminently familiar with.

So, when's a good time to go to those? I think Korea might be too cold before the end of April. Is it nice in the summer or May? How about Taiwan - is summer too hot? Also, while I have a pretty decent idea of what I'd do for a week in Taiwan, despite years of kdramas, I have no idea what there is to do in Korea for a week - can you give me some suggestions? Is Seoul cool? Where else could/should we go?

Oh, and how easily can we get around these places with beyond rudimentary Korean and no Chinese? We got around Japan and Thailand just fine with some phrasebooks and good maps and those places aren't really English-proficient, but are Korea and Taiwan harder?

Help, oh mighty flisties! :)

!!!

Mar. 5th, 2012 05:36 pm
dangermousie: (Default)
So, I was watching Haven, enjoying it but not particularly shipping or anything and then this happened:



She is the sole thing he can feel in the world!

EEEEEEE!

/dead

!!!

Mar. 5th, 2012 05:36 pm
dangermousie: (Default)
So, I was watching Haven, enjoying it but not particularly shipping or anything and then this happened:



She is the sole thing he can feel in the world!

EEEEEEE!

/dead

!!!

Mar. 5th, 2012 05:36 pm
dangermousie: (Default)
So, I was watching Haven, enjoying it but not particularly shipping or anything and then this happened:



She is the sole thing he can feel in the world!

EEEEEEE!

/dead

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