dangermousie: (SoraKara by scottishlass)
Too tired for long meta...

1. Kimura Takuya is beautiful.

2. I wonder what his backstory trauma is. Seeing the burn, the memory loss, and the nightmares, it must be quite a doozy.

3. I think we were supposed to feel sorry for Rich Girl, but nope...what a complete psychotic idiot. Anybody who'd kill someone else with so little provocation or reason (I am sorry, this is hardly Mawang manipulation) and then do herself in for not much reason either, is clearly too stupid to live, literally.

4. Yuko=Awesome. I love best the fact that she is her own person. She might love Ryo, but she is not needy. And she also doesn't see him as either an unrealistic, stupid ideal, or a thing that's good for sex.

5. I love love LOVE all the Ryo/Yuko scenes with total adoration. He is afraid, and happy, and irritated with her: he feels. I love the best the scene where he kneels at her feet and clutches her and she strokes his hair. It's both romantic and comforting-maternal. It's like all the emotions he normally can't experience got poured into her. (I love that at Rich Girl's suicide, you see what bothers him is not the death but that he can't feel anything). Or the scene where he spins her around on the roof. Or he hears sirens and he is terrified something happened to her. But yes, he clutches her, literally clutches her, so often. It's like the one steady, real, human thing in his life (and I love that she sees him at his weakest, when he has his nightmares, and she soothes it). I mean, he even turns down meaningless sex with Rich Bitch (whatever her name) which, this being Ryo, is...huge.

6. I don't care for the Detective Brother. He is boring. Seriously, he is not very competent, and his constant need to give Creepy Stalker GF breaks (she is an unbalanced psycho, she tried to stab Yuko, she killed someone etc) is ridiculous. Beyond ridiculous. What kind of policing is that.

7. And speaking of ridiculous. Good going, Detective. Stabbing a person on the street. Yeah, that will make your little sister give him up. How about you sit with her and explain things in detail? Maaaaybe?

Million Stars has some (very few) similariries with Mawang, but I adore the detective in Mawang a lot, and here...I just use it as opportunity to ff a bit while reading subs.

ETA: I am very impressed with Kimura for doing this. Admittedly, I haven't watched every jdrama ever made, but this is the darkest jdrama main character I've ever seen or know of. Quite against any idol image.
dangermousie: (SoraKara by scottishlass)
Too tired for long meta...

1. Kimura Takuya is beautiful.

2. I wonder what his backstory trauma is. Seeing the burn, the memory loss, and the nightmares, it must be quite a doozy.

3. I think we were supposed to feel sorry for Rich Girl, but nope...what a complete psychotic idiot. Anybody who'd kill someone else with so little provocation or reason (I am sorry, this is hardly Mawang manipulation) and then do herself in for not much reason either, is clearly too stupid to live, literally.

4. Yuko=Awesome. I love best the fact that she is her own person. She might love Ryo, but she is not needy. And she also doesn't see him as either an unrealistic, stupid ideal, or a thing that's good for sex.

5. I love love LOVE all the Ryo/Yuko scenes with total adoration. He is afraid, and happy, and irritated with her: he feels. I love the best the scene where he kneels at her feet and clutches her and she strokes his hair. It's both romantic and comforting-maternal. It's like all the emotions he normally can't experience got poured into her. (I love that at Rich Girl's suicide, you see what bothers him is not the death but that he can't feel anything). Or the scene where he spins her around on the roof. Or he hears sirens and he is terrified something happened to her. But yes, he clutches her, literally clutches her, so often. It's like the one steady, real, human thing in his life (and I love that she sees him at his weakest, when he has his nightmares, and she soothes it). I mean, he even turns down meaningless sex with Rich Bitch (whatever her name) which, this being Ryo, is...huge.

6. I don't care for the Detective Brother. He is boring. Seriously, he is not very competent, and his constant need to give Creepy Stalker GF breaks (she is an unbalanced psycho, she tried to stab Yuko, she killed someone etc) is ridiculous. Beyond ridiculous. What kind of policing is that.

7. And speaking of ridiculous. Good going, Detective. Stabbing a person on the street. Yeah, that will make your little sister give him up. How about you sit with her and explain things in detail? Maaaaybe?

Million Stars has some (very few) similariries with Mawang, but I adore the detective in Mawang a lot, and here...I just use it as opportunity to ff a bit while reading subs.

ETA: I am very impressed with Kimura for doing this. Admittedly, I haven't watched every jdrama ever made, but this is the darkest jdrama main character I've ever seen or know of. Quite against any idol image.
dangermousie: (SoraKara by scottishlass)
Too tired for long meta...

1. Kimura Takuya is beautiful.

2. I wonder what his backstory trauma is. Seeing the burn, the memory loss, and the nightmares, it must be quite a doozy.

3. I think we were supposed to feel sorry for Rich Girl, but nope...what a complete psychotic idiot. Anybody who'd kill someone else with so little provocation or reason (I am sorry, this is hardly Mawang manipulation) and then do herself in for not much reason either, is clearly too stupid to live, literally.

4. Yuko=Awesome. I love best the fact that she is her own person. She might love Ryo, but she is not needy. And she also doesn't see him as either an unrealistic, stupid ideal, or a thing that's good for sex.

5. I love love LOVE all the Ryo/Yuko scenes with total adoration. He is afraid, and happy, and irritated with her: he feels. I love the best the scene where he kneels at her feet and clutches her and she strokes his hair. It's both romantic and comforting-maternal. It's like all the emotions he normally can't experience got poured into her. (I love that at Rich Girl's suicide, you see what bothers him is not the death but that he can't feel anything). Or the scene where he spins her around on the roof. Or he hears sirens and he is terrified something happened to her. But yes, he clutches her, literally clutches her, so often. It's like the one steady, real, human thing in his life (and I love that she sees him at his weakest, when he has his nightmares, and she soothes it). I mean, he even turns down meaningless sex with Rich Bitch (whatever her name) which, this being Ryo, is...huge.

6. I don't care for the Detective Brother. He is boring. Seriously, he is not very competent, and his constant need to give Creepy Stalker GF breaks (she is an unbalanced psycho, she tried to stab Yuko, she killed someone etc) is ridiculous. Beyond ridiculous. What kind of policing is that.

7. And speaking of ridiculous. Good going, Detective. Stabbing a person on the street. Yeah, that will make your little sister give him up. How about you sit with her and explain things in detail? Maaaaybe?

Million Stars has some (very few) similariries with Mawang, but I adore the detective in Mawang a lot, and here...I just use it as opportunity to ff a bit while reading subs.

ETA: I am very impressed with Kimura for doing this. Admittedly, I haven't watched every jdrama ever made, but this is the darkest jdrama main character I've ever seen or know of. Quite against any idol image.
dangermousie: (Legend: Kiha/Ho Gae by alexandral)
I have powered through the first five episodes of A Million Stars (there is no way I will be typing out that long name every time).

It is SO good.

I find all of it interesting (though I confess the detective brother is the least interesting part of it, for me), but what really draws me in are the interactions Ryo has with Yuko. He tells her, at one point, that when he is with her, everything feels faster, and in a way, that is true for the audience as well: when they have scenes together, the screen bristles with chemistry and with damaged warmth (the only time Ryo shows it, really) and energy. And they connect from the first, don't they? Which is all the more amazing considering how shuttered down Ryo is...how unfunctional as a normal person he is. I think, in a way, it's Yuko's strength and abrasiveness that creates that. She is not a woman slavering over him (like the creepy obsessive gf) or 'easy prey' like that naive, useless Rich Girl who is a character I feel sorry for in the abstract, but impatient with in reality. Gal, I know he is Kimura Takuya, but he is someone who made no bones about scamming you for $$$ and who you know nothing about and whom you've met three times? And you are willing to give up everything and have sex with him on the kitchen counter? More importantly, you are willing to pin your future on him? She comes across as so sheltered she never felt life.

Side note: this drama has more kissing and making out in the first five episodes than I've seen in any other ten dramas put together. And Kimura has such chemistry with all the ladies (but then I think he is one of those actors who have chemistry with a stone post) and seems to know how to kiss (well, I hope so, seeing he is married with kids, but I mean on-screen kissing...)

Anyway, but with Yuko it isn't meaningless or a game because she is not a pushover but she is also emotionally honest, and she can read him so well: see the scene when he shows his burn scar and is all 'this is great, ladies love it when I take off my shirt, I get pity etc' and her comment about the reality of the burn (significantly, she has a burn as well) is spot-on and pierces through the snide comment leaving him all vulnerable. She sees the real him (the mess that is the real him) and she is not needy but her own person.

Ryo strikes me as someone desperate for love (which would tie in with him being brought up in an orphanage) but who is unable to connect and finds safety in this. But with Yuko, she gets through without even trying. He is human with her. Their interactions are when he is without masks: they are half sexy, half uncomfortable, but genuine. Scary Crazy GF can tell that, even when all they are doing are eating dinner together: Yuko is different from the whole string of Ryo's women.

My favorite scene so far? The one that closes ep 5. She has caught the bird he has in his apartment that escaped (long long post on symbolism is appropriate, but I am tired). And though he never has anyone in his apartment (which looks unlived in, like Joo Ji Hoon's in Mawang) she is there automatically, and he doesn't even think about it. And he tells her her brother suspects him of murder and what does she think, and she pauses and touches him and tells she believes what she sees for herself and kisses him lightly, on tiptoes. And there is a pause (OMG, is it possible to be more intense than Kimura when he wants to be?) and he tells her it's not an answer, and then he leans in and kisses her and it's this incredible, swoonworthy kiss, that is all loss of control on both of their parts, and they can't break apart and they are turning and turning against the bars in his house (once again, symbolic), devouring each other (thank you for proper kisses in this drama, TPTB!) and then they stop and he asks her to stay and she points out that he wants her to stay because he is experimenting: he feels when she is around so he wants/needs to see if he will continue to feel if she stays.

Oh, God.

Oh. God.

This is so excellent.

And seriously, Kimura Takuya is amazing. I keep saying it, but you know...he is. Ryo is not a good person by any stretch of the imagination, and very likely a killer. He is damaged almost beyond repair. And yet, just like the women in his life, even like Yuko who sees clearest the mess he is, you can't hate him...you are drawn in, even as your brain tells you that you are insane.

Seriously, go watch!!!!!

Now!!!

(And all this even with my subs being slightly dodgy).

I need more Kimura icons...
dangermousie: (Legend: Kiha/Ho Gae by alexandral)
I have powered through the first five episodes of A Million Stars (there is no way I will be typing out that long name every time).

It is SO good.

I find all of it interesting (though I confess the detective brother is the least interesting part of it, for me), but what really draws me in are the interactions Ryo has with Yuko. He tells her, at one point, that when he is with her, everything feels faster, and in a way, that is true for the audience as well: when they have scenes together, the screen bristles with chemistry and with damaged warmth (the only time Ryo shows it, really) and energy. And they connect from the first, don't they? Which is all the more amazing considering how shuttered down Ryo is...how unfunctional as a normal person he is. I think, in a way, it's Yuko's strength and abrasiveness that creates that. She is not a woman slavering over him (like the creepy obsessive gf) or 'easy prey' like that naive, useless Rich Girl who is a character I feel sorry for in the abstract, but impatient with in reality. Gal, I know he is Kimura Takuya, but he is someone who made no bones about scamming you for $$$ and who you know nothing about and whom you've met three times? And you are willing to give up everything and have sex with him on the kitchen counter? More importantly, you are willing to pin your future on him? She comes across as so sheltered she never felt life.

Side note: this drama has more kissing and making out in the first five episodes than I've seen in any other ten dramas put together. And Kimura has such chemistry with all the ladies (but then I think he is one of those actors who have chemistry with a stone post) and seems to know how to kiss (well, I hope so, seeing he is married with kids, but I mean on-screen kissing...)

Anyway, but with Yuko it isn't meaningless or a game because she is not a pushover but she is also emotionally honest, and she can read him so well: see the scene when he shows his burn scar and is all 'this is great, ladies love it when I take off my shirt, I get pity etc' and her comment about the reality of the burn (significantly, she has a burn as well) is spot-on and pierces through the snide comment leaving him all vulnerable. She sees the real him (the mess that is the real him) and she is not needy but her own person.

Ryo strikes me as someone desperate for love (which would tie in with him being brought up in an orphanage) but who is unable to connect and finds safety in this. But with Yuko, she gets through without even trying. He is human with her. Their interactions are when he is without masks: they are half sexy, half uncomfortable, but genuine. Scary Crazy GF can tell that, even when all they are doing are eating dinner together: Yuko is different from the whole string of Ryo's women.

My favorite scene so far? The one that closes ep 5. She has caught the bird he has in his apartment that escaped (long long post on symbolism is appropriate, but I am tired). And though he never has anyone in his apartment (which looks unlived in, like Joo Ji Hoon's in Mawang) she is there automatically, and he doesn't even think about it. And he tells her her brother suspects him of murder and what does she think, and she pauses and touches him and tells she believes what she sees for herself and kisses him lightly, on tiptoes. And there is a pause (OMG, is it possible to be more intense than Kimura when he wants to be?) and he tells her it's not an answer, and then he leans in and kisses her and it's this incredible, swoonworthy kiss, that is all loss of control on both of their parts, and they can't break apart and they are turning and turning against the bars in his house (once again, symbolic), devouring each other (thank you for proper kisses in this drama, TPTB!) and then they stop and he asks her to stay and she points out that he wants her to stay because he is experimenting: he feels when she is around so he wants/needs to see if he will continue to feel if she stays.

Oh, God.

Oh. God.

This is so excellent.

And seriously, Kimura Takuya is amazing. I keep saying it, but you know...he is. Ryo is not a good person by any stretch of the imagination, and very likely a killer. He is damaged almost beyond repair. And yet, just like the women in his life, even like Yuko who sees clearest the mess he is, you can't hate him...you are drawn in, even as your brain tells you that you are insane.

Seriously, go watch!!!!!

Now!!!

(And all this even with my subs being slightly dodgy).

I need more Kimura icons...
dangermousie: (Legend: Kiha/Ho Gae by alexandral)
I have powered through the first five episodes of A Million Stars (there is no way I will be typing out that long name every time).

It is SO good.

I find all of it interesting (though I confess the detective brother is the least interesting part of it, for me), but what really draws me in are the interactions Ryo has with Yuko. He tells her, at one point, that when he is with her, everything feels faster, and in a way, that is true for the audience as well: when they have scenes together, the screen bristles with chemistry and with damaged warmth (the only time Ryo shows it, really) and energy. And they connect from the first, don't they? Which is all the more amazing considering how shuttered down Ryo is...how unfunctional as a normal person he is. I think, in a way, it's Yuko's strength and abrasiveness that creates that. She is not a woman slavering over him (like the creepy obsessive gf) or 'easy prey' like that naive, useless Rich Girl who is a character I feel sorry for in the abstract, but impatient with in reality. Gal, I know he is Kimura Takuya, but he is someone who made no bones about scamming you for $$$ and who you know nothing about and whom you've met three times? And you are willing to give up everything and have sex with him on the kitchen counter? More importantly, you are willing to pin your future on him? She comes across as so sheltered she never felt life.

Side note: this drama has more kissing and making out in the first five episodes than I've seen in any other ten dramas put together. And Kimura has such chemistry with all the ladies (but then I think he is one of those actors who have chemistry with a stone post) and seems to know how to kiss (well, I hope so, seeing he is married with kids, but I mean on-screen kissing...)

Anyway, but with Yuko it isn't meaningless or a game because she is not a pushover but she is also emotionally honest, and she can read him so well: see the scene when he shows his burn scar and is all 'this is great, ladies love it when I take off my shirt, I get pity etc' and her comment about the reality of the burn (significantly, she has a burn as well) is spot-on and pierces through the snide comment leaving him all vulnerable. She sees the real him (the mess that is the real him) and she is not needy but her own person.

Ryo strikes me as someone desperate for love (which would tie in with him being brought up in an orphanage) but who is unable to connect and finds safety in this. But with Yuko, she gets through without even trying. He is human with her. Their interactions are when he is without masks: they are half sexy, half uncomfortable, but genuine. Scary Crazy GF can tell that, even when all they are doing are eating dinner together: Yuko is different from the whole string of Ryo's women.

My favorite scene so far? The one that closes ep 5. She has caught the bird he has in his apartment that escaped (long long post on symbolism is appropriate, but I am tired). And though he never has anyone in his apartment (which looks unlived in, like Joo Ji Hoon's in Mawang) she is there automatically, and he doesn't even think about it. And he tells her her brother suspects him of murder and what does she think, and she pauses and touches him and tells she believes what she sees for herself and kisses him lightly, on tiptoes. And there is a pause (OMG, is it possible to be more intense than Kimura when he wants to be?) and he tells her it's not an answer, and then he leans in and kisses her and it's this incredible, swoonworthy kiss, that is all loss of control on both of their parts, and they can't break apart and they are turning and turning against the bars in his house (once again, symbolic), devouring each other (thank you for proper kisses in this drama, TPTB!) and then they stop and he asks her to stay and she points out that he wants her to stay because he is experimenting: he feels when she is around so he wants/needs to see if he will continue to feel if she stays.

Oh, God.

Oh. God.

This is so excellent.

And seriously, Kimura Takuya is amazing. I keep saying it, but you know...he is. Ryo is not a good person by any stretch of the imagination, and very likely a killer. He is damaged almost beyond repair. And yet, just like the women in his life, even like Yuko who sees clearest the mess he is, you can't hate him...you are drawn in, even as your brain tells you that you are insane.

Seriously, go watch!!!!!

Now!!!

(And all this even with my subs being slightly dodgy).

I need more Kimura icons...
dangermousie: (Legend: maple by alexandral)
I have just started watching A Million Stars Falling from the Sky, a 2002 jdrama starring Kimura Takuya and Fukatsu Eri.

The drama (the Japanese name is Sora Kara Furu Ichioku no Hoshi) is written by my favorite jdrama writer, the same woman who wrote Tatta Hitotsu No Koi, Aishiteiru to Itte Kure, Orange Days etc...

The story? When the drama opens, a young rich woman has killed herself but the police suspect this was no suicide but a murder staged to look like a suicide. A few details lead to a police detective suspecting that a chef's assistant Ryo (Kimura Takuya) had something to do with the woman's death, but the whole situation gets much more complicated when Ryo meets and complicatedly connects (on a very different level from his usual superficial-loathing relationships) with the detective's strong-willed younger sister Yuko (Fukatsu Eri).

I have been warned this is a very dark drama and it is, even one episode in. And you know? One episode in...I LOVE IT!!!!! Why didn't I watch it sooner? It's so good. We are basically only introduced to the set-up and the main characters in the first episode (we see the crime scene, the detective, Yuko and Ryo have a first meeting etc) but I am already drawn in.

Kimura Takuya is amazing. I have just finished Pride and it's a huge contrast between Halu in Pride and Ryo. But the same intensity (and kissing ability, whoa, no wonder that rich girl wants him) is there. When he is on screen, it's basically impossible to look at someone else. And even one episode in, you can tell there is something 'off-kilter' about Ryo (maybe he stares too long, or maybe his smile is too sharp) but you can't help but be drawn in anyway. And what little I've seen of Fukatsu Eri so far, I like. She comes across as sharp and strong and interesting and also a little off-kilter (though not in a predatory way, like Ryo).

Not to mention the premise is one of my favorite things: tarnished men and women who save/damn them, is so my thing, in fiction.

You know, it occurred to me after this ep. If they wanted me to be interested in Mawang remake, they should have cast Kimura Takuya as the Lawyer and Katori Shingo as the Cop (hey, they are both in SMAP, they should play off well each other) and Takeuchi Yuko as the woman involved with both of them. It would have been perfect.

Oh, and here is a MV for the drama, made by the awesome [livejournal.com profile] walkwithheroes. It's spoilery as hell (I mean it!!!!) but it's really good.

dangermousie: (Legend: maple by alexandral)
I have just started watching A Million Stars Falling from the Sky, a 2002 jdrama starring Kimura Takuya and Fukatsu Eri.

The drama (the Japanese name is Sora Kara Furu Ichioku no Hoshi) is written by my favorite jdrama writer, the same woman who wrote Tatta Hitotsu No Koi, Aishiteiru to Itte Kure, Orange Days etc...

The story? When the drama opens, a young rich woman has killed herself but the police suspect this was no suicide but a murder staged to look like a suicide. A few details lead to a police detective suspecting that a chef's assistant Ryo (Kimura Takuya) had something to do with the woman's death, but the whole situation gets much more complicated when Ryo meets and complicatedly connects (on a very different level from his usual superficial-loathing relationships) with the detective's strong-willed younger sister Yuko (Fukatsu Eri).

I have been warned this is a very dark drama and it is, even one episode in. And you know? One episode in...I LOVE IT!!!!! Why didn't I watch it sooner? It's so good. We are basically only introduced to the set-up and the main characters in the first episode (we see the crime scene, the detective, Yuko and Ryo have a first meeting etc) but I am already drawn in.

Kimura Takuya is amazing. I have just finished Pride and it's a huge contrast between Halu in Pride and Ryo. But the same intensity (and kissing ability, whoa, no wonder that rich girl wants him) is there. When he is on screen, it's basically impossible to look at someone else. And even one episode in, you can tell there is something 'off-kilter' about Ryo (maybe he stares too long, or maybe his smile is too sharp) but you can't help but be drawn in anyway. And what little I've seen of Fukatsu Eri so far, I like. She comes across as sharp and strong and interesting and also a little off-kilter (though not in a predatory way, like Ryo).

Not to mention the premise is one of my favorite things: tarnished men and women who save/damn them, is so my thing, in fiction.

You know, it occurred to me after this ep. If they wanted me to be interested in Mawang remake, they should have cast Kimura Takuya as the Lawyer and Katori Shingo as the Cop (hey, they are both in SMAP, they should play off well each other) and Takeuchi Yuko as the woman involved with both of them. It would have been perfect.

Oh, and here is a MV for the drama, made by the awesome [livejournal.com profile] walkwithheroes. It's spoilery as hell (I mean it!!!!) but it's really good.

dangermousie: (Legend: maple by alexandral)
I have just started watching A Million Stars Falling from the Sky, a 2002 jdrama starring Kimura Takuya and Fukatsu Eri.

The drama (the Japanese name is Sora Kara Furu Ichioku no Hoshi) is written by my favorite jdrama writer, the same woman who wrote Tatta Hitotsu No Koi, Aishiteiru to Itte Kure, Orange Days etc...

The story? When the drama opens, a young rich woman has killed herself but the police suspect this was no suicide but a murder staged to look like a suicide. A few details lead to a police detective suspecting that a chef's assistant Ryo (Kimura Takuya) had something to do with the woman's death, but the whole situation gets much more complicated when Ryo meets and complicatedly connects (on a very different level from his usual superficial-loathing relationships) with the detective's strong-willed younger sister Yuko (Fukatsu Eri).

I have been warned this is a very dark drama and it is, even one episode in. And you know? One episode in...I LOVE IT!!!!! Why didn't I watch it sooner? It's so good. We are basically only introduced to the set-up and the main characters in the first episode (we see the crime scene, the detective, Yuko and Ryo have a first meeting etc) but I am already drawn in.

Kimura Takuya is amazing. I have just finished Pride and it's a huge contrast between Halu in Pride and Ryo. But the same intensity (and kissing ability, whoa, no wonder that rich girl wants him) is there. When he is on screen, it's basically impossible to look at someone else. And even one episode in, you can tell there is something 'off-kilter' about Ryo (maybe he stares too long, or maybe his smile is too sharp) but you can't help but be drawn in anyway. And what little I've seen of Fukatsu Eri so far, I like. She comes across as sharp and strong and interesting and also a little off-kilter (though not in a predatory way, like Ryo).

Not to mention the premise is one of my favorite things: tarnished men and women who save/damn them, is so my thing, in fiction.

You know, it occurred to me after this ep. If they wanted me to be interested in Mawang remake, they should have cast Kimura Takuya as the Lawyer and Katori Shingo as the Cop (hey, they are both in SMAP, they should play off well each other) and Takeuchi Yuko as the woman involved with both of them. It would have been perfect.

Oh, and here is a MV for the drama, made by the awesome [livejournal.com profile] walkwithheroes. It's spoilery as hell (I mean it!!!!) but it's really good.

dangermousie: (HGD kiss by miss-dian)
Veoh has the most interesting things.

First we have this clip from Utahime, my next drama once I get back home:


Online Videos by Veoh.com

I approve.

Then we have these clips from Million Stars Falling from the Sky, the drama I am watching when I am done with Pride.


Online Videos by Veoh.com


Online Videos by Veoh.com

Why, yes, I occupy my jetlag by typing in 'kiss' and a random drama name into Veoh. Why do you ask?
dangermousie: (HGD kiss by miss-dian)
Veoh has the most interesting things.

First we have this clip from Utahime, my next drama once I get back home:


Online Videos by Veoh.com

I approve.

Then we have these clips from Million Stars Falling from the Sky, the drama I am watching when I am done with Pride.


Online Videos by Veoh.com


Online Videos by Veoh.com

Why, yes, I occupy my jetlag by typing in 'kiss' and a random drama name into Veoh. Why do you ask?
dangermousie: (HGD kiss by miss-dian)
Veoh has the most interesting things.

First we have this clip from Utahime, my next drama once I get back home:


Online Videos by Veoh.com

I approve.

Then we have these clips from Million Stars Falling from the Sky, the drama I am watching when I am done with Pride.


Online Videos by Veoh.com


Online Videos by Veoh.com

Why, yes, I occupy my jetlag by typing in 'kiss' and a random drama name into Veoh. Why do you ask?
dangermousie: (Legend: DD dangerous by alexandral)
My next kdrama?

The mother of them all, Winter Sonata, with Bae Yong Joon and Choi Ji Woo.



Seeing that I plan to start Million Stars jdrama too, let's see if I keel over from the emo.
dangermousie: (Legend: DD dangerous by alexandral)
My next kdrama?

The mother of them all, Winter Sonata, with Bae Yong Joon and Choi Ji Woo.



Seeing that I plan to start Million Stars jdrama too, let's see if I keel over from the emo.
dangermousie: (Legend: DD dangerous by alexandral)
My next kdrama?

The mother of them all, Winter Sonata, with Bae Yong Joon and Choi Ji Woo.



Seeing that I plan to start Million Stars jdrama too, let's see if I keel over from the emo.
dangermousie: (Pride by scottishlass)

Online Videos by Veoh.com

My next jdrama, which I am starting this evening.

And yes, I am very spoiled.
dangermousie: (Pride by scottishlass)

Online Videos by Veoh.com

My next jdrama, which I am starting this evening.

And yes, I am very spoiled.
dangermousie: (Pride by scottishlass)

Online Videos by Veoh.com

My next jdrama, which I am starting this evening.

And yes, I am very spoiled.
dangermousie: (KimuTaku: by scottishlass)
OMG. Is Million Stars Falling From The Sky the 'cest drama?

Because I found the MV for it and it looks SO GOOD.

OMG.

Must watch.

MUST.

(warning: this MV is spoilery. The one behind the cut is not)



Another MV for it )


You know, it's weird, but somehow it's always an almost physical shock, how mesmerizing KimuTaku is. It's just...

GUH.

And on that note, here is a MV or two for Pride, my favorite jdrama (and my second fave drama ever).

MV or two here )

I am finishing A Beautiful Life tomorrow. I think I got enough nerve. I think I am going on a jdrama binge actually.

BINGE, I tell you. On short list (other than finishing ABL and Brand and watching AMSFFTS): Karei-Naru Ichizoku, Sapuri, Proposal Daisakusen (yup not done), Love Generation, Orange Days, Yositsune, Strawberry on Shortcake, Long Love Letter.
dangermousie: (KimuTaku: by scottishlass)
OMG. Is Million Stars Falling From The Sky the 'cest drama?

Because I found the MV for it and it looks SO GOOD.

OMG.

Must watch.

MUST.

(warning: this MV is spoilery. The one behind the cut is not)



Another MV for it )


You know, it's weird, but somehow it's always an almost physical shock, how mesmerizing KimuTaku is. It's just...

GUH.

And on that note, here is a MV or two for Pride, my favorite jdrama (and my second fave drama ever).

MV or two here )

I am finishing A Beautiful Life tomorrow. I think I got enough nerve. I think I am going on a jdrama binge actually.

BINGE, I tell you. On short list (other than finishing ABL and Brand and watching AMSFFTS): Karei-Naru Ichizoku, Sapuri, Proposal Daisakusen (yup not done), Love Generation, Orange Days, Yositsune, Strawberry on Shortcake, Long Love Letter.

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