dangermousie: (CH: don't go by meganbmoore)


While blogs and flisties rave about King 2 Hearts (solid if slowly losing me), Queen In Hyun's Man (perfection) and Roooftop Prince (dropped it, so no idea), I continue to be dedicated to my underrated, delicate underdog darling - Love Rain. And the latest batch of episodes certainly ratcheted that love even higher. Oh, LR, why are you so good?

Thoughts and caps. Warning - 300+ caps )

QIHM post coming up next :)
dangermousie: (CH: don't go by meganbmoore)


While blogs and flisties rave about King 2 Hearts (solid if slowly losing me), Queen In Hyun's Man (perfection) and Roooftop Prince (dropped it, so no idea), I continue to be dedicated to my underrated, delicate underdog darling - Love Rain. And the latest batch of episodes certainly ratcheted that love even higher. Oh, LR, why are you so good?

Thoughts and caps. Warning - 300+ caps )

QIHM post coming up next :)
dangermousie: (CH: don't go by meganbmoore)


While blogs and flisties rave about King 2 Hearts (solid if slowly losing me), Queen In Hyun's Man (perfection) and Roooftop Prince (dropped it, so no idea), I continue to be dedicated to my underrated, delicate underdog darling - Love Rain. And the latest batch of episodes certainly ratcheted that love even higher. Oh, LR, why are you so good?

Thoughts and caps. Warning - 300+ caps )

QIHM post coming up next :)
dangermousie: (ALTK by alexandral)


The pain, the chemistry, the longing (the way he is denying her and clutching her like a drowning man at the same time), and of course, the incredible way it's shot...My favorite romantic scene this year.

My heart, this drama is cutting it to pieces )


I have a proper post about eps 11-14 of Love Rain (and eps 3-6 of Queen In Hyun's Man and the newest King 2 Hearts) to make, but I need hours to sort through literally thousands of caps and I couldn't wait until the weekend to post this...

It kills me, this misery between Hana and Joon precisely because they were so functional and uncomplicated together. How do they think they can go on acting as siblings for the rest of their lives escapes me. Sure, they won't live together (thank God for small mercies) but can you imagine any family function? In a way, even though it was Joon who broke up with Hana first and it took Hana an ep to find out why and make it a mutual thing, I think it is Hana who is the catalyst, the driver, the one who holds the key. Joon doesn't blame Hana for being the child of the woman the ghost of whom (unwittingly, but still...) wrecked his childhood and the presence of whom now will wreck his family functioning (as little as it is) for good. As he tells her in ep 13 "you are just you" (during that gorgeous scene where she asks him all these questions driven by his jerkish behavior when he broke up with her in 11 and he takes every word back and his eyes...) And with his abrasive personality and confrontational and ambivalent-at-best feelings towards both his (made of fail) parents, do you doubt him of being capable of going to his parents and telling them he's dating the daughter of Dad's lover/soon-to-be second wife and to take it or leave it? But there is Hana. Hana loves her mother, she wants her happy, she could never do that. And Joon knows that. That is why he broke up with her in 11 (though that didn't work for long, of course - ahhhh, when he runs to her at the end of 12!) And that is why he tells her he won't make her choose (especially after she goes on and on how she wanted a family when she was little, pleading for understanding) and let's mutually break up. If Hana ever goes to Joon and gives him the go-ahead, I doubt he'd hesitate for a second.

And you know, I really want her too. Sure, there can be a drama development where the parents find out on their own or something, but I want Hana to break under the pressure and affirmatively choose Joon. Yes, that means choosing what makes Joon happy over what makes her mother happy, but I just want him to come first to someone, for once. That conversation on the beach in 13, when he told her how his whole childhood he wanted to be first to someone, at least once* just killed me. I understand that Hana's feelings are complicated by the fact that she wants the same thing Joon wants so picking him might hit her "I am selfish" trigger but I hope she does.

* His parents are awful. The less said about Hye Jung the better, but much as I like In Ha the lover, In Ha the father is a horrible horrible failure. I don't care if neither you nor HJ planned or wanted a kid. You got one, now you have to take care of him (and no, marrying his Mom to give him a name doesn't end the obligation). That story that after the divorce, Joon's Mom kept Joon's Dad from visiting and Joon thought his Dad just didn't care - WTF! I am not even talking about HJ, who is a bona fide psycho, but are you telling me In Ha couldn't see his kid just because HJ said no? Especially in Korea where paternal rights, and not the maternal ones, are the default? Except for his feelings for Yoon Hee, In Ha is incredibly passive but that is not an excuse where a kid is concerned. RAAAAAGE.

Anyway, I should probably save it for a proper LR post...
dangermousie: (ALTK by alexandral)


The pain, the chemistry, the longing (the way he is denying her and clutching her like a drowning man at the same time), and of course, the incredible way it's shot...My favorite romantic scene this year.

My heart, this drama is cutting it to pieces )


I have a proper post about eps 11-14 of Love Rain (and eps 3-6 of Queen In Hyun's Man and the newest King 2 Hearts) to make, but I need hours to sort through literally thousands of caps and I couldn't wait until the weekend to post this...

It kills me, this misery between Hana and Joon precisely because they were so functional and uncomplicated together. How do they think they can go on acting as siblings for the rest of their lives escapes me. Sure, they won't live together (thank God for small mercies) but can you imagine any family function? In a way, even though it was Joon who broke up with Hana first and it took Hana an ep to find out why and make it a mutual thing, I think it is Hana who is the catalyst, the driver, the one who holds the key. Joon doesn't blame Hana for being the child of the woman the ghost of whom (unwittingly, but still...) wrecked his childhood and the presence of whom now will wreck his family functioning (as little as it is) for good. As he tells her in ep 13 "you are just you" (during that gorgeous scene where she asks him all these questions driven by his jerkish behavior when he broke up with her in 11 and he takes every word back and his eyes...) And with his abrasive personality and confrontational and ambivalent-at-best feelings towards both his (made of fail) parents, do you doubt him of being capable of going to his parents and telling them he's dating the daughter of Dad's lover/soon-to-be second wife and to take it or leave it? But there is Hana. Hana loves her mother, she wants her happy, she could never do that. And Joon knows that. That is why he broke up with her in 11 (though that didn't work for long, of course - ahhhh, when he runs to her at the end of 12!) And that is why he tells her he won't make her choose (especially after she goes on and on how she wanted a family when she was little, pleading for understanding) and let's mutually break up. If Hana ever goes to Joon and gives him the go-ahead, I doubt he'd hesitate for a second.

And you know, I really want her too. Sure, there can be a drama development where the parents find out on their own or something, but I want Hana to break under the pressure and affirmatively choose Joon. Yes, that means choosing what makes Joon happy over what makes her mother happy, but I just want him to come first to someone, for once. That conversation on the beach in 13, when he told her how his whole childhood he wanted to be first to someone, at least once* just killed me. I understand that Hana's feelings are complicated by the fact that she wants the same thing Joon wants so picking him might hit her "I am selfish" trigger but I hope she does.

* His parents are awful. The less said about Hye Jung the better, but much as I like In Ha the lover, In Ha the father is a horrible horrible failure. I don't care if neither you nor HJ planned or wanted a kid. You got one, now you have to take care of him (and no, marrying his Mom to give him a name doesn't end the obligation). That story that after the divorce, Joon's Mom kept Joon's Dad from visiting and Joon thought his Dad just didn't care - WTF! I am not even talking about HJ, who is a bona fide psycho, but are you telling me In Ha couldn't see his kid just because HJ said no? Especially in Korea where paternal rights, and not the maternal ones, are the default? Except for his feelings for Yoon Hee, In Ha is incredibly passive but that is not an excuse where a kid is concerned. RAAAAAGE.

Anyway, I should probably save it for a proper LR post...
dangermousie: (ALTK by alexandral)


The pain, the chemistry, the longing (the way he is denying her and clutching her like a drowning man at the same time), and of course, the incredible way it's shot...My favorite romantic scene this year.

My heart, this drama is cutting it to pieces )


I have a proper post about eps 11-14 of Love Rain (and eps 3-6 of Queen In Hyun's Man and the newest King 2 Hearts) to make, but I need hours to sort through literally thousands of caps and I couldn't wait until the weekend to post this...

It kills me, this misery between Hana and Joon precisely because they were so functional and uncomplicated together. How do they think they can go on acting as siblings for the rest of their lives escapes me. Sure, they won't live together (thank God for small mercies) but can you imagine any family function? In a way, even though it was Joon who broke up with Hana first and it took Hana an ep to find out why and make it a mutual thing, I think it is Hana who is the catalyst, the driver, the one who holds the key. Joon doesn't blame Hana for being the child of the woman the ghost of whom (unwittingly, but still...) wrecked his childhood and the presence of whom now will wreck his family functioning (as little as it is) for good. As he tells her in ep 13 "you are just you" (during that gorgeous scene where she asks him all these questions driven by his jerkish behavior when he broke up with her in 11 and he takes every word back and his eyes...) And with his abrasive personality and confrontational and ambivalent-at-best feelings towards both his (made of fail) parents, do you doubt him of being capable of going to his parents and telling them he's dating the daughter of Dad's lover/soon-to-be second wife and to take it or leave it? But there is Hana. Hana loves her mother, she wants her happy, she could never do that. And Joon knows that. That is why he broke up with her in 11 (though that didn't work for long, of course - ahhhh, when he runs to her at the end of 12!) And that is why he tells her he won't make her choose (especially after she goes on and on how she wanted a family when she was little, pleading for understanding) and let's mutually break up. If Hana ever goes to Joon and gives him the go-ahead, I doubt he'd hesitate for a second.

And you know, I really want her too. Sure, there can be a drama development where the parents find out on their own or something, but I want Hana to break under the pressure and affirmatively choose Joon. Yes, that means choosing what makes Joon happy over what makes her mother happy, but I just want him to come first to someone, for once. That conversation on the beach in 13, when he told her how his whole childhood he wanted to be first to someone, at least once* just killed me. I understand that Hana's feelings are complicated by the fact that she wants the same thing Joon wants so picking him might hit her "I am selfish" trigger but I hope she does.

* His parents are awful. The less said about Hye Jung the better, but much as I like In Ha the lover, In Ha the father is a horrible horrible failure. I don't care if neither you nor HJ planned or wanted a kid. You got one, now you have to take care of him (and no, marrying his Mom to give him a name doesn't end the obligation). That story that after the divorce, Joon's Mom kept Joon's Dad from visiting and Joon thought his Dad just didn't care - WTF! I am not even talking about HJ, who is a bona fide psycho, but are you telling me In Ha couldn't see his kid just because HJ said no? Especially in Korea where paternal rights, and not the maternal ones, are the default? Except for his feelings for Yoon Hee, In Ha is incredibly passive but that is not an excuse where a kid is concerned. RAAAAAGE.

Anyway, I should probably save it for a proper LR post...
dangermousie: (Cuidado con el Angel)


I need to check out Triunfo del Amor if for no other reason than apparently it stars my new favorite on-screen couple Maite Perroni/William Levy as unknowing stepsiblings (according to wiki)! Who seem to spend all their time doing this:



I believe in making family members welcome. So do they, in a slightly different way.

AAAAAAAAH HOW DO THESE PEOPLE KNOW TO CATER TO ME????!!!

In semi-related conclusion have an deliciously angty vid from CCEA with yummy makeouts and shirtlessness. I foresee dramas being supplanted by a new obsession....



Worst honeymoon ever, y/y?

In conclusion, don't ever say I am not sharing with my flist :P

dangermousie: (Cuidado con el Angel)


I need to check out Triunfo del Amor if for no other reason than apparently it stars my new favorite on-screen couple Maite Perroni/William Levy as unknowing stepsiblings (according to wiki)! Who seem to spend all their time doing this:



I believe in making family members welcome. So do they, in a slightly different way.

AAAAAAAAH HOW DO THESE PEOPLE KNOW TO CATER TO ME????!!!

In semi-related conclusion have an deliciously angty vid from CCEA with yummy makeouts and shirtlessness. I foresee dramas being supplanted by a new obsession....



Worst honeymoon ever, y/y?

In conclusion, don't ever say I am not sharing with my flist :P

dangermousie: (Cuidado con el Angel)


I need to check out Triunfo del Amor if for no other reason than apparently it stars my new favorite on-screen couple Maite Perroni/William Levy as unknowing stepsiblings (according to wiki)! Who seem to spend all their time doing this:



I believe in making family members welcome. So do they, in a slightly different way.

AAAAAAAAH HOW DO THESE PEOPLE KNOW TO CATER TO ME????!!!

In semi-related conclusion have an deliciously angty vid from CCEA with yummy makeouts and shirtlessness. I foresee dramas being supplanted by a new obsession....



Worst honeymoon ever, y/y?

In conclusion, don't ever say I am not sharing with my flist :P

dangermousie: (Tokyo Juliet by winterspel)
I mean, ep 11 gives us baths of angst, starring Wu Zun and his marvelous arms:








Argh, evil cousin of Wu Zun's character, I hope you die in a fire. Seriously, wtf, psycho! Dude just manipulated the situation to take away not only the company but even the house and is now gloating in WZ's face for being too trusting - i.e. not thinking his family is a pack of two-faced hyenas. DIE! I mean, the rationale isn't that WZ ran the company badly or treated people awfully - nah, it's just that he trusted his family. WTF.

He was about to propose to Rainie, too, and you ruined it! On plus side, it did result in the above-mentioned bath, so it's not all bad.

In case you need more convincing, two shippy scenes from ep 11 - one funny and one touching )

My current/asap twdrama roster is this, Love Keeps Going, Material Queen, Calling for Love, I Do, KO 3an Guo, The X-Family, That Love Comes, Marry Me, Because of You, Bump Off Lover, Roseate Love, In Time With You, Ring Ring Bell, and Material People (though I suppose the latter is a cdrama). Plus a few others. And I feel like rewatching Wish to See You Again. Good Lord.
dangermousie: (Tokyo Juliet by winterspel)
I mean, ep 11 gives us baths of angst, starring Wu Zun and his marvelous arms:








Argh, evil cousin of Wu Zun's character, I hope you die in a fire. Seriously, wtf, psycho! Dude just manipulated the situation to take away not only the company but even the house and is now gloating in WZ's face for being too trusting - i.e. not thinking his family is a pack of two-faced hyenas. DIE! I mean, the rationale isn't that WZ ran the company badly or treated people awfully - nah, it's just that he trusted his family. WTF.

He was about to propose to Rainie, too, and you ruined it! On plus side, it did result in the above-mentioned bath, so it's not all bad.

In case you need more convincing, two shippy scenes from ep 11 - one funny and one touching )

My current/asap twdrama roster is this, Love Keeps Going, Material Queen, Calling for Love, I Do, KO 3an Guo, The X-Family, That Love Comes, Marry Me, Because of You, Bump Off Lover, Roseate Love, In Time With You, Ring Ring Bell, and Material People (though I suppose the latter is a cdrama). Plus a few others. And I feel like rewatching Wish to See You Again. Good Lord.
dangermousie: (Tokyo Juliet by winterspel)
I mean, ep 11 gives us baths of angst, starring Wu Zun and his marvelous arms:








Argh, evil cousin of Wu Zun's character, I hope you die in a fire. Seriously, wtf, psycho! Dude just manipulated the situation to take away not only the company but even the house and is now gloating in WZ's face for being too trusting - i.e. not thinking his family is a pack of two-faced hyenas. DIE! I mean, the rationale isn't that WZ ran the company badly or treated people awfully - nah, it's just that he trusted his family. WTF.

He was about to propose to Rainie, too, and you ruined it! On plus side, it did result in the above-mentioned bath, so it's not all bad.

In case you need more convincing, two shippy scenes from ep 11 - one funny and one touching )

My current/asap twdrama roster is this, Love Keeps Going, Material Queen, Calling for Love, I Do, KO 3an Guo, The X-Family, That Love Comes, Marry Me, Because of You, Bump Off Lover, Roseate Love, In Time With You, Ring Ring Bell, and Material People (though I suppose the latter is a cdrama). Plus a few others. And I feel like rewatching Wish to See You Again. Good Lord.
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
I finally started the 2009 adaptation of The Book and the Sword - I rather like the spare visual look but I must admit that if it wasn't for my reading the novel, I'd be a bit lost. And speaking of the book - I read it ages ago, so my memories are admittedly hazy, but did they change a LOT from the book? Seems so.

Just as with the novel, I find Chen Juliao awfully dull but I love most of the other characters. Awesome guy who fights with a flute (really!) has not appeared as of two eps in, but I am majorly digging this wuxia couple:



They are hot, they are married, and they will end you if you piss them off.

As of two eps, the verdict is I like it but I am not in love (yet). It's fun to see a bunch of familiar faces from other dramas though.

Also, I have finally started watching The Holy Pearl properly - I skimmed it on viki but I loathe streaming so was holding out for doremii subs. I like! Gillian Chung is shockingly unannoying and actually rather likeable, plus the ancient fantasy realm is so v.v. pretty:



I am surprised they managed to conquer anything or to create any mythical artifacts though, seeing that most of their endeavors seem to be spent on headware:



My one complaint is that we are two eps in and we have had a total of a second of our male lead. If you think I am watching THP for its sophisticated take on geopolitical implications of monarchies in flux you are gravely mistaken! I want angsty hotties with horns!



This pic from credits pretty much sums up wuxia/cdrama fantasy appeal right here, at least for moi - really hot emo dudes with deadly skills and long hair who weep like little girls. Woo-hoo!

Last but least, is anyone else excited about upcoming (1) Xuanyuanjian Tianzhi Hen, a period fantasy drama in which Hu Ge and Liu Shi Shi finally get to play an OTP. It's based on a game so it makes me nervous (I wanted to murder Hu Ge's character in CP1 and CP3) but they had psycho chemistry in CP3 even as siblings, are both huge favorites, and there is no way any hero can be as annoying as one in CP3. (2) Phoenix Totem/Love War/War of Desire, Zhang Han's first foray into period dramas, co-starring Bai Bing and involving imperial succession, doomed love, and other good things. I am oddly fond of Zhang Han even if I couldn't get through either Meteor Shower 1 and 2 or Fall In Love if my life depended on it, so I hope he'll be up to par in a period drama. Apparently his costar from MS is in this as well but as a secondary girl (cue gnashing of teeth from teen MS fangirls).
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
I finally started the 2009 adaptation of The Book and the Sword - I rather like the spare visual look but I must admit that if it wasn't for my reading the novel, I'd be a bit lost. And speaking of the book - I read it ages ago, so my memories are admittedly hazy, but did they change a LOT from the book? Seems so.

Just as with the novel, I find Chen Juliao awfully dull but I love most of the other characters. Awesome guy who fights with a flute (really!) has not appeared as of two eps in, but I am majorly digging this wuxia couple:



They are hot, they are married, and they will end you if you piss them off.

As of two eps, the verdict is I like it but I am not in love (yet). It's fun to see a bunch of familiar faces from other dramas though.

Also, I have finally started watching The Holy Pearl properly - I skimmed it on viki but I loathe streaming so was holding out for doremii subs. I like! Gillian Chung is shockingly unannoying and actually rather likeable, plus the ancient fantasy realm is so v.v. pretty:



I am surprised they managed to conquer anything or to create any mythical artifacts though, seeing that most of their endeavors seem to be spent on headware:



My one complaint is that we are two eps in and we have had a total of a second of our male lead. If you think I am watching THP for its sophisticated take on geopolitical implications of monarchies in flux you are gravely mistaken! I want angsty hotties with horns!



This pic from credits pretty much sums up wuxia/cdrama fantasy appeal right here, at least for moi - really hot emo dudes with deadly skills and long hair who weep like little girls. Woo-hoo!

Last but least, is anyone else excited about upcoming (1) Xuanyuanjian Tianzhi Hen, a period fantasy drama in which Hu Ge and Liu Shi Shi finally get to play an OTP. It's based on a game so it makes me nervous (I wanted to murder Hu Ge's character in CP1 and CP3) but they had psycho chemistry in CP3 even as siblings, are both huge favorites, and there is no way any hero can be as annoying as one in CP3. (2) Phoenix Totem/Love War/War of Desire, Zhang Han's first foray into period dramas, co-starring Bai Bing and involving imperial succession, doomed love, and other good things. I am oddly fond of Zhang Han even if I couldn't get through either Meteor Shower 1 and 2 or Fall In Love if my life depended on it, so I hope he'll be up to par in a period drama. Apparently his costar from MS is in this as well but as a secondary girl (cue gnashing of teeth from teen MS fangirls).
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
I finally started the 2009 adaptation of The Book and the Sword - I rather like the spare visual look but I must admit that if it wasn't for my reading the novel, I'd be a bit lost. And speaking of the book - I read it ages ago, so my memories are admittedly hazy, but did they change a LOT from the book? Seems so.

Just as with the novel, I find Chen Juliao awfully dull but I love most of the other characters. Awesome guy who fights with a flute (really!) has not appeared as of two eps in, but I am majorly digging this wuxia couple:



They are hot, they are married, and they will end you if you piss them off.

As of two eps, the verdict is I like it but I am not in love (yet). It's fun to see a bunch of familiar faces from other dramas though.

Also, I have finally started watching The Holy Pearl properly - I skimmed it on viki but I loathe streaming so was holding out for doremii subs. I like! Gillian Chung is shockingly unannoying and actually rather likeable, plus the ancient fantasy realm is so v.v. pretty:



I am surprised they managed to conquer anything or to create any mythical artifacts though, seeing that most of their endeavors seem to be spent on headware:



My one complaint is that we are two eps in and we have had a total of a second of our male lead. If you think I am watching THP for its sophisticated take on geopolitical implications of monarchies in flux you are gravely mistaken! I want angsty hotties with horns!



This pic from credits pretty much sums up wuxia/cdrama fantasy appeal right here, at least for moi - really hot emo dudes with deadly skills and long hair who weep like little girls. Woo-hoo!

Last but least, is anyone else excited about upcoming (1) Xuanyuanjian Tianzhi Hen, a period fantasy drama in which Hu Ge and Liu Shi Shi finally get to play an OTP. It's based on a game so it makes me nervous (I wanted to murder Hu Ge's character in CP1 and CP3) but they had psycho chemistry in CP3 even as siblings, are both huge favorites, and there is no way any hero can be as annoying as one in CP3. (2) Phoenix Totem/Love War/War of Desire, Zhang Han's first foray into period dramas, co-starring Bai Bing and involving imperial succession, doomed love, and other good things. I am oddly fond of Zhang Han even if I couldn't get through either Meteor Shower 1 and 2 or Fall In Love if my life depended on it, so I hope he'll be up to par in a period drama. Apparently his costar from MS is in this as well but as a secondary girl (cue gnashing of teeth from teen MS fangirls).
dangermousie: (Chuno - DG close-up by alexandral)
So, was sufficiently obsessed curious about the Plot Development of Doom in ep 16 of New Gisaeng to check it out raw and look what we have:



More caps of resident weepy photogenic angsty emo because that's how I roll )

Am madly puzzled right now! Soompiers seem to be just as puzzled as I am as everything points towards (a) Damo is madly in love with Saran (b) he's horrifically miserable to dump her (c) it's not as if he presented her as prospective bride to his parents and they said nope.

So - whaaaaat? Whyyyyy? Why would a seemingly un-insane young man dump his girlfriend without any warning and without any good reason, seeing that he's totally in love with her, their relationship has been progressing swimmingly, and he's completely devastated to let go and that obviously his "well, I dated to get into your pants but you are not letting me into them fast enough so buhbye" excuse is clearly a 100% lie.

Soompiers are saying he's been weird since his trip to Japan. If this was a 1990s melodrama starring Choi Ji Woo, I'd be guessing there is a deadly illness involved, but clearly not the case, so what?

Am so very curious!

Bonus, here is awesome Saran post break-up. She's definitely my favorite character in the drama and one of my fave heroines in general because she's this rarity in kdrama land - she's very contained and reserved and nothing is going to break her in public. Her self-posession and maturity are amazing.



Damo, you are such an idiot to let her go!

P.S. I know I am way behind on replies, I promise to get to them soon.
dangermousie: (Chuno - DG close-up by alexandral)
So, was sufficiently obsessed curious about the Plot Development of Doom in ep 16 of New Gisaeng to check it out raw and look what we have:



More caps of resident weepy photogenic angsty emo because that's how I roll )

Am madly puzzled right now! Soompiers seem to be just as puzzled as I am as everything points towards (a) Damo is madly in love with Saran (b) he's horrifically miserable to dump her (c) it's not as if he presented her as prospective bride to his parents and they said nope.

So - whaaaaat? Whyyyyy? Why would a seemingly un-insane young man dump his girlfriend without any warning and without any good reason, seeing that he's totally in love with her, their relationship has been progressing swimmingly, and he's completely devastated to let go and that obviously his "well, I dated to get into your pants but you are not letting me into them fast enough so buhbye" excuse is clearly a 100% lie.

Soompiers are saying he's been weird since his trip to Japan. If this was a 1990s melodrama starring Choi Ji Woo, I'd be guessing there is a deadly illness involved, but clearly not the case, so what?

Am so very curious!

Bonus, here is awesome Saran post break-up. She's definitely my favorite character in the drama and one of my fave heroines in general because she's this rarity in kdrama land - she's very contained and reserved and nothing is going to break her in public. Her self-posession and maturity are amazing.



Damo, you are such an idiot to let her go!

P.S. I know I am way behind on replies, I promise to get to them soon.
dangermousie: (Chuno - DG close-up by alexandral)
So, was sufficiently obsessed curious about the Plot Development of Doom in ep 16 of New Gisaeng to check it out raw and look what we have:



More caps of resident weepy photogenic angsty emo because that's how I roll )

Am madly puzzled right now! Soompiers seem to be just as puzzled as I am as everything points towards (a) Damo is madly in love with Saran (b) he's horrifically miserable to dump her (c) it's not as if he presented her as prospective bride to his parents and they said nope.

So - whaaaaat? Whyyyyy? Why would a seemingly un-insane young man dump his girlfriend without any warning and without any good reason, seeing that he's totally in love with her, their relationship has been progressing swimmingly, and he's completely devastated to let go and that obviously his "well, I dated to get into your pants but you are not letting me into them fast enough so buhbye" excuse is clearly a 100% lie.

Soompiers are saying he's been weird since his trip to Japan. If this was a 1990s melodrama starring Choi Ji Woo, I'd be guessing there is a deadly illness involved, but clearly not the case, so what?

Am so very curious!

Bonus, here is awesome Saran post break-up. She's definitely my favorite character in the drama and one of my fave heroines in general because she's this rarity in kdrama land - she's very contained and reserved and nothing is going to break her in public. Her self-posession and maturity are amazing.



Damo, you are such an idiot to let her go!

P.S. I know I am way behind on replies, I promise to get to them soon.

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