Mar. 16th, 2012

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I simply had to share these official stills with you.

This looks like a nice and normal school uniform, right? WRONG! Take a look at the left side of this jacket? Did his buttons spontaneously reproduce and migrate? Does he barf sparkles? What?



That dress looks like it's made out of inexpertly-tucked toilet paper.



I have no words. I am not sure if we caught Yoo Jin in the initial stages of his transformation into a flesh-eating monster from Garo or he is actually secretly half-hedgehog, but either way, it makes my head hurt.



OK, I think it's insane to dress as Princess Librarian who timetraveled from the 1950s, but at least it looks good.



In other WTF news, the teaser for The Strongest K-POP Audtion is out and, oooh boy. This is going to be horrific, isn't it?

http://youtu.be/N1fmdyfI5Uk
dangermousie: (Default)
I simply had to share these official stills with you.

This looks like a nice and normal school uniform, right? WRONG! Take a look at the left side of this jacket? Did his buttons spontaneously reproduce and migrate? Does he barf sparkles? What?



That dress looks like it's made out of inexpertly-tucked toilet paper.



I have no words. I am not sure if we caught Yoo Jin in the initial stages of his transformation into a flesh-eating monster from Garo or he is actually secretly half-hedgehog, but either way, it makes my head hurt.



OK, I think it's insane to dress as Princess Librarian who timetraveled from the 1950s, but at least it looks good.



In other WTF news, the teaser for The Strongest K-POP Audtion is out and, oooh boy. This is going to be horrific, isn't it?

http://youtu.be/N1fmdyfI5Uk
dangermousie: (Default)
I simply had to share these official stills with you.

This looks like a nice and normal school uniform, right? WRONG! Take a look at the left side of this jacket? Did his buttons spontaneously reproduce and migrate? Does he barf sparkles? What?



That dress looks like it's made out of inexpertly-tucked toilet paper.



I have no words. I am not sure if we caught Yoo Jin in the initial stages of his transformation into a flesh-eating monster from Garo or he is actually secretly half-hedgehog, but either way, it makes my head hurt.



OK, I think it's insane to dress as Princess Librarian who timetraveled from the 1950s, but at least it looks good.



In other WTF news, the teaser for The Strongest K-POP Audtion is out and, oooh boy. This is going to be horrific, isn't it?

http://youtu.be/N1fmdyfI5Uk
dangermousie: (Shanghai Bund: never alone by HXM)
I have a new obsession, a 2010 period cdrama Too Late To Say I Love You (Lai Bu Ji Shuo Wo Ai Ni/来不及说我爱你).



Too Late is set in the turbulent early decades of the 20th-century, so perhaps it is quite appropriate that the heroine's romantic choice revolves between a warlord-in-training and an arms dealer. (A warlord-in-training or an arms dealer - who's the girl to choose?) There are guns, fights, amazing clothes, undying love, and one of the most intense and dysfunctional relationships it has been my privilege to obsess about.



Our heroine, Jing Wan (Li Xiao Ran), has a pretty straightforward mission - to convince the new warlord, Murong Feng (Wallace Chung) to release her arranged fiance, who has gotten nabbed as a result of a botched arms deal. Only guess who falls in love? Perhaps Jing Wen shouldn't have saved a handsome stranger's life on that train...



Much angst abounds, at one point the heroine runs away from her wedding to be with warlord, and the whole thing is delicious...



I am pretty sure this won't end well. Period cdramas with happy endings are freakishly rare and seeing that the heroine's true love is a warlord-to-be, I am sure this is going to go well. Especially since, apparently, her fiance gets so pissed at being jilted that he allies with the Japanese, in a move straight out of psychotic secondary guy playbook (sure, that will totally make her love you again, genius!)



I am currently reveling in the yummy yummy dysfunction. Rarely have I seen a drama hero as obsessed/single-minded/devoted to the heroine as in this. Heroine is at the stage of "I don't love you!" Though perhaps her protestations would be more convincing if they weren't interspersed with cuddling sessions with the Warlord Jr. on (formerly his, currently her*) bed and discussions of military strategy.



Also, there was this awesome exchange:

Warlord: I am going to make every woman's dream come true for you!
Me: Is he going to offer her marriage? babies? undying devotion?
Warlord: I am going to make the world kneel at your feet!
Me: ... OK, then.

* Apparently she got sick and he offered her his room and moved out. Because apparently even a turn-of-the-century warlord is more considerate of the woman he loves than the supposed romantic ideal of Sealed with a Rapey Kiss.

First ten eps are subbed (9 on youtube and 10 on viki). The total ep count is 36 and I am obsessed enough to watch raws...

Have this gorgeous MV:



Another MV )
dangermousie: (Shanghai Bund: never alone by HXM)
I have a new obsession, a 2010 period cdrama Too Late To Say I Love You (Lai Bu Ji Shuo Wo Ai Ni/来不及说我爱你).



Too Late is set in the turbulent early decades of the 20th-century, so perhaps it is quite appropriate that the heroine's romantic choice revolves between a warlord-in-training and an arms dealer. (A warlord-in-training or an arms dealer - who's the girl to choose?) There are guns, fights, amazing clothes, undying love, and one of the most intense and dysfunctional relationships it has been my privilege to obsess about.



Our heroine, Jing Wan (Li Xiao Ran), has a pretty straightforward mission - to convince the new warlord, Murong Feng (Wallace Chung) to release her arranged fiance, who has gotten nabbed as a result of a botched arms deal. Only guess who falls in love? Perhaps Jing Wen shouldn't have saved a handsome stranger's life on that train...



Much angst abounds, at one point the heroine runs away from her wedding to be with warlord, and the whole thing is delicious...



I am pretty sure this won't end well. Period cdramas with happy endings are freakishly rare and seeing that the heroine's true love is a warlord-to-be, I am sure this is going to go well. Especially since, apparently, her fiance gets so pissed at being jilted that he allies with the Japanese, in a move straight out of psychotic secondary guy playbook (sure, that will totally make her love you again, genius!)



I am currently reveling in the yummy yummy dysfunction. Rarely have I seen a drama hero as obsessed/single-minded/devoted to the heroine as in this. Heroine is at the stage of "I don't love you!" Though perhaps her protestations would be more convincing if they weren't interspersed with cuddling sessions with the Warlord Jr. on (formerly his, currently her*) bed and discussions of military strategy.



Also, there was this awesome exchange:

Warlord: I am going to make every woman's dream come true for you!
Me: Is he going to offer her marriage? babies? undying devotion?
Warlord: I am going to make the world kneel at your feet!
Me: ... OK, then.

* Apparently she got sick and he offered her his room and moved out. Because apparently even a turn-of-the-century warlord is more considerate of the woman he loves than the supposed romantic ideal of Sealed with a Rapey Kiss.

First ten eps are subbed (9 on youtube and 10 on viki). The total ep count is 36 and I am obsessed enough to watch raws...

Have this gorgeous MV:



Another MV )
dangermousie: (Shanghai Bund: never alone by HXM)
I have a new obsession, a 2010 period cdrama Too Late To Say I Love You (Lai Bu Ji Shuo Wo Ai Ni/来不及说我爱你).



Too Late is set in the turbulent early decades of the 20th-century, so perhaps it is quite appropriate that the heroine's romantic choice revolves between a warlord-in-training and an arms dealer. (A warlord-in-training or an arms dealer - who's the girl to choose?) There are guns, fights, amazing clothes, undying love, and one of the most intense and dysfunctional relationships it has been my privilege to obsess about.



Our heroine, Jing Wan (Li Xiao Ran), has a pretty straightforward mission - to convince the new warlord, Murong Feng (Wallace Chung) to release her arranged fiance, who has gotten nabbed as a result of a botched arms deal. Only guess who falls in love? Perhaps Jing Wen shouldn't have saved a handsome stranger's life on that train...



Much angst abounds, at one point the heroine runs away from her wedding to be with warlord, and the whole thing is delicious...



I am pretty sure this won't end well. Period cdramas with happy endings are freakishly rare and seeing that the heroine's true love is a warlord-to-be, I am sure this is going to go well. Especially since, apparently, her fiance gets so pissed at being jilted that he allies with the Japanese, in a move straight out of psychotic secondary guy playbook (sure, that will totally make her love you again, genius!)



I am currently reveling in the yummy yummy dysfunction. Rarely have I seen a drama hero as obsessed/single-minded/devoted to the heroine as in this. Heroine is at the stage of "I don't love you!" Though perhaps her protestations would be more convincing if they weren't interspersed with cuddling sessions with the Warlord Jr. on (formerly his, currently her*) bed and discussions of military strategy.



Also, there was this awesome exchange:

Warlord: I am going to make every woman's dream come true for you!
Me: Is he going to offer her marriage? babies? undying devotion?
Warlord: I am going to make the world kneel at your feet!
Me: ... OK, then.

* Apparently she got sick and he offered her his room and moved out. Because apparently even a turn-of-the-century warlord is more considerate of the woman he loves than the supposed romantic ideal of Sealed with a Rapey Kiss.

First ten eps are subbed (9 on youtube and 10 on viki). The total ep count is 36 and I am obsessed enough to watch raws...

Have this gorgeous MV:



Another MV )

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