dangermousie: (Capital Scandal secondary otp by meganbm)
I didn't want to do liveblogging but as the ep went on, I kept getting the urge worse and worse and finally gave in.



Two episodes in, I am in love with Myung Wol the Spy. In fact, except for City Hunter which stands alone, MW is my favorite of all the currently airing dramas. When [livejournal.com profile] vert_gazon said that it reminds her of Capital Scandal, it's as if something clicked into place - I was trying to place my finger on the faint sense of familiarity I felt and yes, that's it! The stories themselves have nothing in common but the vibe is the same - the sharp screwball feel, finding the absurd and the funny in what would be a very dark situation (Japan-occupied Korea and the Underground in CS, the tyranny of North Korea and its penchant for murder and kidnapping in MW) and somehow making it work - being internally consistent despite driving a hisorical purist nuts. And one more thing unites them - characters that I somehow get very attached to - the causehead female lead and the care-less, arrogant, yet ultimately decent person male lead, kooky secondary characters. And while it's all zany hilarity for now, there is a delicious possibility for conflict and angst later on. Oh, and the chemistry. The chemistry! Every time Myung Wol and Kang Woo get within ten feet of each other, I start wondering why they are not ripping clothes off each other yet.



It's also a gorgeously shot drama. And you have no idea of the kind of relief it is to find a romcomish drama (though like CS it's a mishmash of genres) whose hero doesn't make me want to stab him in the face repeatedly. Sure, Kang Woo is arrogant about his popularity/appeal, but he's ultimately a nice person - despite his 'are you a chaebol's daughter?' comment to MW, he doesn't want to marry someone for money (Secondary Girl is uber-rich and wants to marry him and tells her to bug off), he rescues MW when she's in his house and when she fakes having a fit, he doesn't call the cops but goes looking for meds (when for all he knows she's a psycho stalker) etc. Basically, unlike Best Love's Dokko Jin, who was a similar character, he's not a cartoon. Oh, and I adore Myung Wol, and her fish-out-water reactions and her single-mindness, and her temper and her deadly skills and her certain charm.

More livebloggy thoughts )

Someone made a cool MV for the first two eps. Have it!

dangermousie: (Capital Scandal secondary otp by meganbm)
I didn't want to do liveblogging but as the ep went on, I kept getting the urge worse and worse and finally gave in.



Two episodes in, I am in love with Myung Wol the Spy. In fact, except for City Hunter which stands alone, MW is my favorite of all the currently airing dramas. When [livejournal.com profile] vert_gazon said that it reminds her of Capital Scandal, it's as if something clicked into place - I was trying to place my finger on the faint sense of familiarity I felt and yes, that's it! The stories themselves have nothing in common but the vibe is the same - the sharp screwball feel, finding the absurd and the funny in what would be a very dark situation (Japan-occupied Korea and the Underground in CS, the tyranny of North Korea and its penchant for murder and kidnapping in MW) and somehow making it work - being internally consistent despite driving a hisorical purist nuts. And one more thing unites them - characters that I somehow get very attached to - the causehead female lead and the care-less, arrogant, yet ultimately decent person male lead, kooky secondary characters. And while it's all zany hilarity for now, there is a delicious possibility for conflict and angst later on. Oh, and the chemistry. The chemistry! Every time Myung Wol and Kang Woo get within ten feet of each other, I start wondering why they are not ripping clothes off each other yet.



It's also a gorgeously shot drama. And you have no idea of the kind of relief it is to find a romcomish drama (though like CS it's a mishmash of genres) whose hero doesn't make me want to stab him in the face repeatedly. Sure, Kang Woo is arrogant about his popularity/appeal, but he's ultimately a nice person - despite his 'are you a chaebol's daughter?' comment to MW, he doesn't want to marry someone for money (Secondary Girl is uber-rich and wants to marry him and tells her to bug off), he rescues MW when she's in his house and when she fakes having a fit, he doesn't call the cops but goes looking for meds (when for all he knows she's a psycho stalker) etc. Basically, unlike Best Love's Dokko Jin, who was a similar character, he's not a cartoon. Oh, and I adore Myung Wol, and her fish-out-water reactions and her single-mindness, and her temper and her deadly skills and her certain charm.

More livebloggy thoughts )

Someone made a cool MV for the first two eps. Have it!

dangermousie: (Capital Scandal secondary otp by meganbm)
I didn't want to do liveblogging but as the ep went on, I kept getting the urge worse and worse and finally gave in.



Two episodes in, I am in love with Myung Wol the Spy. In fact, except for City Hunter which stands alone, MW is my favorite of all the currently airing dramas. When [livejournal.com profile] vert_gazon said that it reminds her of Capital Scandal, it's as if something clicked into place - I was trying to place my finger on the faint sense of familiarity I felt and yes, that's it! The stories themselves have nothing in common but the vibe is the same - the sharp screwball feel, finding the absurd and the funny in what would be a very dark situation (Japan-occupied Korea and the Underground in CS, the tyranny of North Korea and its penchant for murder and kidnapping in MW) and somehow making it work - being internally consistent despite driving a hisorical purist nuts. And one more thing unites them - characters that I somehow get very attached to - the causehead female lead and the care-less, arrogant, yet ultimately decent person male lead, kooky secondary characters. And while it's all zany hilarity for now, there is a delicious possibility for conflict and angst later on. Oh, and the chemistry. The chemistry! Every time Myung Wol and Kang Woo get within ten feet of each other, I start wondering why they are not ripping clothes off each other yet.



It's also a gorgeously shot drama. And you have no idea of the kind of relief it is to find a romcomish drama (though like CS it's a mishmash of genres) whose hero doesn't make me want to stab him in the face repeatedly. Sure, Kang Woo is arrogant about his popularity/appeal, but he's ultimately a nice person - despite his 'are you a chaebol's daughter?' comment to MW, he doesn't want to marry someone for money (Secondary Girl is uber-rich and wants to marry him and tells her to bug off), he rescues MW when she's in his house and when she fakes having a fit, he doesn't call the cops but goes looking for meds (when for all he knows she's a psycho stalker) etc. Basically, unlike Best Love's Dokko Jin, who was a similar character, he's not a cartoon. Oh, and I adore Myung Wol, and her fish-out-water reactions and her single-mindness, and her temper and her deadly skills and her certain charm.

More livebloggy thoughts )

Someone made a cool MV for the first two eps. Have it!

dangermousie: (Capital Scandal Secrets by miss_dian)
Yes, I know, I am still working on my 5 favorites meme thing.

Here are my 5 favorite drama OTPs behind the cut )

Clearly I like mobsters and other violent men as part of the OTP :P And yet, how could I leave out Gong Chan/Yu Ri, or Halu/Aki, or the OTP from Last Scandal? I could not, I love them just as much. Argh, evil question!!!!!!!!!!!!

While we are at it, I saw the 'fantasy drama' thing going around. Well, mine would be a period piece - it is during the period of time when there is more than one Kingdom in the area. One of them is run by an ambitious female ruler who wants to conquer the neighboring kingdom, so she sends in one of her specially trained spy/ninja type people to infiltrate - he is also a sort of 'favorite' of hers (whichever way you want to take it). To be played by Song Seung Heon.

The neighboring kingdom is run by a rather inefficient brother-sister pair and SSH infiltrates the court easily due to his mad skills - let's say he is accepted as a mercenary-general. He is disciplined and a little bit inhuman and very focused on his goals but due to unexpected events in his own kingdom (the Queen is facing some unrest) the invasion doesn't happen really quickly but instead he is left at that court for a while and he actually starts enjoying a human life - before on these missions it was always very quick and he never had time to get attached, plus the missions were never this big or important - sneaking into an enemy castle for a day to learn the layout etc is pretty different. So he now actually starts seeing these people who he is supposed to betray as people and also it's the first time he's been respected and treated as a normal person - back home people either freak about him or the Queen treats him as some sort of an exotic dangerous pet.

Oh, and did I mention that a niece of the King of this Kingdom (or some other member of the royal family) is an outspoken, fun Princess played by Sung Yuri and they fall in love with each other and then the order comes from his own Queen to help the invasion. He actually fights on the side of the 'good' guys in earnest but the damage from him earlier conveying information has been done and the 'good' guys lose and due to some circumstances, the Queen has no idea he betrayed her - but she does know he is in love with Sung Yuri and wasn't as cooperative as he should have been.

So she decides to take him away and punish him but she also takes great pleasure of informing the entire court + Sung Yuri of the true state of affairs as she knows them (i.e. SSH is her infiltrator and played them all) as SSH has to watch her do it. Of course, since she is rather evil, she has a great deal of fun with it and also acts as of SSH is 'hers' in more ways than one just to twist the knife in more in Sung Yuri. And then she takes him away and tells him not to stray any more from what he is allowed or else (it's a kdrama, I am sure you can come up with some particularly gruesome punishment). But despite it all and despite the fact that SSH believes everyone at his host kingdom now hates him, he decides to work to liberate them and expiate his sin. Meanwhile, shockingly, Sung Yuri (who is held in confinement with the rest of the secondary royals) does NOT hate him - she can tell he fought for them in earnest and that he wanted to expiate and she also does not believe he does not love her. She manages escape and soon she is also raising hell...and it goes from there. I want a happy ending, but since this is a period Korean drama, it's dubious.
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal Secrets by miss_dian)
Yes, I know, I am still working on my 5 favorites meme thing.

Here are my 5 favorite drama OTPs behind the cut )

Clearly I like mobsters and other violent men as part of the OTP :P And yet, how could I leave out Gong Chan/Yu Ri, or Halu/Aki, or the OTP from Last Scandal? I could not, I love them just as much. Argh, evil question!!!!!!!!!!!!

While we are at it, I saw the 'fantasy drama' thing going around. Well, mine would be a period piece - it is during the period of time when there is more than one Kingdom in the area. One of them is run by an ambitious female ruler who wants to conquer the neighboring kingdom, so she sends in one of her specially trained spy/ninja type people to infiltrate - he is also a sort of 'favorite' of hers (whichever way you want to take it). To be played by Song Seung Heon.

The neighboring kingdom is run by a rather inefficient brother-sister pair and SSH infiltrates the court easily due to his mad skills - let's say he is accepted as a mercenary-general. He is disciplined and a little bit inhuman and very focused on his goals but due to unexpected events in his own kingdom (the Queen is facing some unrest) the invasion doesn't happen really quickly but instead he is left at that court for a while and he actually starts enjoying a human life - before on these missions it was always very quick and he never had time to get attached, plus the missions were never this big or important - sneaking into an enemy castle for a day to learn the layout etc is pretty different. So he now actually starts seeing these people who he is supposed to betray as people and also it's the first time he's been respected and treated as a normal person - back home people either freak about him or the Queen treats him as some sort of an exotic dangerous pet.

Oh, and did I mention that a niece of the King of this Kingdom (or some other member of the royal family) is an outspoken, fun Princess played by Sung Yuri and they fall in love with each other and then the order comes from his own Queen to help the invasion. He actually fights on the side of the 'good' guys in earnest but the damage from him earlier conveying information has been done and the 'good' guys lose and due to some circumstances, the Queen has no idea he betrayed her - but she does know he is in love with Sung Yuri and wasn't as cooperative as he should have been.

So she decides to take him away and punish him but she also takes great pleasure of informing the entire court + Sung Yuri of the true state of affairs as she knows them (i.e. SSH is her infiltrator and played them all) as SSH has to watch her do it. Of course, since she is rather evil, she has a great deal of fun with it and also acts as of SSH is 'hers' in more ways than one just to twist the knife in more in Sung Yuri. And then she takes him away and tells him not to stray any more from what he is allowed or else (it's a kdrama, I am sure you can come up with some particularly gruesome punishment). But despite it all and despite the fact that SSH believes everyone at his host kingdom now hates him, he decides to work to liberate them and expiate his sin. Meanwhile, shockingly, Sung Yuri (who is held in confinement with the rest of the secondary royals) does NOT hate him - she can tell he fought for them in earnest and that he wanted to expiate and she also does not believe he does not love her. She manages escape and soon she is also raising hell...and it goes from there. I want a happy ending, but since this is a period Korean drama, it's dubious.
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal Secrets by miss_dian)
Yes, I know, I am still working on my 5 favorites meme thing.

Here are my 5 favorite drama OTPs behind the cut )

Clearly I like mobsters and other violent men as part of the OTP :P And yet, how could I leave out Gong Chan/Yu Ri, or Halu/Aki, or the OTP from Last Scandal? I could not, I love them just as much. Argh, evil question!!!!!!!!!!!!

While we are at it, I saw the 'fantasy drama' thing going around. Well, mine would be a period piece - it is during the period of time when there is more than one Kingdom in the area. One of them is run by an ambitious female ruler who wants to conquer the neighboring kingdom, so she sends in one of her specially trained spy/ninja type people to infiltrate - he is also a sort of 'favorite' of hers (whichever way you want to take it). To be played by Song Seung Heon.

The neighboring kingdom is run by a rather inefficient brother-sister pair and SSH infiltrates the court easily due to his mad skills - let's say he is accepted as a mercenary-general. He is disciplined and a little bit inhuman and very focused on his goals but due to unexpected events in his own kingdom (the Queen is facing some unrest) the invasion doesn't happen really quickly but instead he is left at that court for a while and he actually starts enjoying a human life - before on these missions it was always very quick and he never had time to get attached, plus the missions were never this big or important - sneaking into an enemy castle for a day to learn the layout etc is pretty different. So he now actually starts seeing these people who he is supposed to betray as people and also it's the first time he's been respected and treated as a normal person - back home people either freak about him or the Queen treats him as some sort of an exotic dangerous pet.

Oh, and did I mention that a niece of the King of this Kingdom (or some other member of the royal family) is an outspoken, fun Princess played by Sung Yuri and they fall in love with each other and then the order comes from his own Queen to help the invasion. He actually fights on the side of the 'good' guys in earnest but the damage from him earlier conveying information has been done and the 'good' guys lose and due to some circumstances, the Queen has no idea he betrayed her - but she does know he is in love with Sung Yuri and wasn't as cooperative as he should have been.

So she decides to take him away and punish him but she also takes great pleasure of informing the entire court + Sung Yuri of the true state of affairs as she knows them (i.e. SSH is her infiltrator and played them all) as SSH has to watch her do it. Of course, since she is rather evil, she has a great deal of fun with it and also acts as of SSH is 'hers' in more ways than one just to twist the knife in more in Sung Yuri. And then she takes him away and tells him not to stray any more from what he is allowed or else (it's a kdrama, I am sure you can come up with some particularly gruesome punishment). But despite it all and despite the fact that SSH believes everyone at his host kingdom now hates him, he decides to work to liberate them and expiate his sin. Meanwhile, shockingly, Sung Yuri (who is held in confinement with the rest of the secondary royals) does NOT hate him - she can tell he fought for them in earnest and that he wanted to expiate and she also does not believe he does not love her. She manages escape and soon she is also raising hell...and it goes from there. I want a happy ending, but since this is a period Korean drama, it's dubious.
dangermousie: (THnK hug by alexandral)
You know that I did "Top" lists for My Top 10 dramas: Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese. But what's the fun in separating them, the fun is how they compare, right? So I bring you my Top 10 overall dramas, which consists of 3 kdramas, 2 twdramas and a whopping 5 jdramas. And yes, it's a threeway tie for the first place.

Also, if you know me, it's unsurprising that there are only two dramas on the list which may be classified as "light" and one of them is Capital Scandal, which involves assassinations, freedom fighters and torture, and the other is Utahime, which starts out light and funny only to STOMP ON YOUR HEART. I really should do a Top 10 Best Pick-You Up Dramas, too.

Anyway, without much ado, here is my list:

List with pics and reasons behind cut )
dangermousie: (THnK hug by alexandral)
You know that I did "Top" lists for My Top 10 dramas: Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese. But what's the fun in separating them, the fun is how they compare, right? So I bring you my Top 10 overall dramas, which consists of 3 kdramas, 2 twdramas and a whopping 5 jdramas. And yes, it's a threeway tie for the first place.

Also, if you know me, it's unsurprising that there are only two dramas on the list which may be classified as "light" and one of them is Capital Scandal, which involves assassinations, freedom fighters and torture, and the other is Utahime, which starts out light and funny only to STOMP ON YOUR HEART. I really should do a Top 10 Best Pick-You Up Dramas, too.

Anyway, without much ado, here is my list:

List with pics and reasons behind cut )
dangermousie: (THnK hug by alexandral)
You know that I did "Top" lists for My Top 10 dramas: Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese. But what's the fun in separating them, the fun is how they compare, right? So I bring you my Top 10 overall dramas, which consists of 3 kdramas, 2 twdramas and a whopping 5 jdramas. And yes, it's a threeway tie for the first place.

Also, if you know me, it's unsurprising that there are only two dramas on the list which may be classified as "light" and one of them is Capital Scandal, which involves assassinations, freedom fighters and torture, and the other is Utahime, which starts out light and funny only to STOMP ON YOUR HEART. I really should do a Top 10 Best Pick-You Up Dramas, too.

Anyway, without much ado, here is my list:

List with pics and reasons behind cut )
dangermousie: (Mawang otp by miss-dian)
I have decided that it was about time for me to update and expand my favorite kdrama primer yet again (which I first did some months ago). Not only were there a bunch of kdramas I wanted to add to the list, but I wanted to rearrange the order of some of the dramas on the list already (except for the first three or so, the placement of the other ones within the rankings is fluid and moves based on my mood) and very much expand it.

So behind the cut are 25 of my favorite kdramas, with summaries, reasons why, pics and vids. I have tried to keep it as unspoilery as possible.

No kdrama I have not finished is on the list because I want to have seen the complete drama before evaluating the fave status. Also, I watch a lot of dramas, but I have hardly seen all or most kdrama out there, and there are some very famous ones I have never seen. I am always open to recs and am always looking for said recs.

Now, without too much further verbosity, Dangermousie's 25 favorite kdramas list, new and improved.

Lengthy post here )
dangermousie: (Mawang otp by miss-dian)
I have decided that it was about time for me to update and expand my favorite kdrama primer yet again (which I first did some months ago). Not only were there a bunch of kdramas I wanted to add to the list, but I wanted to rearrange the order of some of the dramas on the list already (except for the first three or so, the placement of the other ones within the rankings is fluid and moves based on my mood) and very much expand it.

So behind the cut are 25 of my favorite kdramas, with summaries, reasons why, pics and vids. I have tried to keep it as unspoilery as possible.

No kdrama I have not finished is on the list because I want to have seen the complete drama before evaluating the fave status. Also, I watch a lot of dramas, but I have hardly seen all or most kdrama out there, and there are some very famous ones I have never seen. I am always open to recs and am always looking for said recs.

Now, without too much further verbosity, Dangermousie's 25 favorite kdramas list, new and improved.

Lengthy post here )
dangermousie: (Mawang otp by miss-dian)
I have decided that it was about time for me to update and expand my favorite kdrama primer yet again (which I first did some months ago). Not only were there a bunch of kdramas I wanted to add to the list, but I wanted to rearrange the order of some of the dramas on the list already (except for the first three or so, the placement of the other ones within the rankings is fluid and moves based on my mood) and very much expand it.

So behind the cut are 25 of my favorite kdramas, with summaries, reasons why, pics and vids. I have tried to keep it as unspoilery as possible.

No kdrama I have not finished is on the list because I want to have seen the complete drama before evaluating the fave status. Also, I watch a lot of dramas, but I have hardly seen all or most kdrama out there, and there are some very famous ones I have never seen. I am always open to recs and am always looking for said recs.

Now, without too much further verbosity, Dangermousie's 25 favorite kdramas list, new and improved.

Lengthy post here )
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal secondary otp by meganbm)
I am cautious but optimistic about the F4 they cast - they look the part but not sure if they can act. Well, with the exception of Kim Bum, who I am madly excited about, but wishing he played Domyouji.

I am cautious, but not unpleasantly so, about Goo Hye Sun - I assume her acting is good, and hopefully they can make her look younger than she is. But I am now more optimistic about her casting because two more casting choices have been revealed and they make me squee in glee. The casting director seems to know what he/she is doing!

They cast the awesome Kam Nam Gil (CG's Dad in Goong, chief reporter in Capital Scandal) as Makino's Dad. He is just so funny and awesome. And even better...OMG! They cast Han Go Eun as Domyouji's sister. OMGOMGOMG. HGE owns my heart so much, after her amazing role as courtesan/revolutionary assassin/hero's best friend/OTP of secondary hero in Capital Scandal, one of my favorite dramas. I love her. There are rumors also of Han Chae Young to be Shizuka and if that happens I'll glee a lot.

So yay for the casting!

Han Go Eun in CS:



She and Ryu Jin in CS were one of my all-time favorite drama OTPs.

dangermousie: (Capital Scandal secondary otp by meganbm)
I am cautious but optimistic about the F4 they cast - they look the part but not sure if they can act. Well, with the exception of Kim Bum, who I am madly excited about, but wishing he played Domyouji.

I am cautious, but not unpleasantly so, about Goo Hye Sun - I assume her acting is good, and hopefully they can make her look younger than she is. But I am now more optimistic about her casting because two more casting choices have been revealed and they make me squee in glee. The casting director seems to know what he/she is doing!

They cast the awesome Kam Nam Gil (CG's Dad in Goong, chief reporter in Capital Scandal) as Makino's Dad. He is just so funny and awesome. And even better...OMG! They cast Han Go Eun as Domyouji's sister. OMGOMGOMG. HGE owns my heart so much, after her amazing role as courtesan/revolutionary assassin/hero's best friend/OTP of secondary hero in Capital Scandal, one of my favorite dramas. I love her. There are rumors also of Han Chae Young to be Shizuka and if that happens I'll glee a lot.

So yay for the casting!

Han Go Eun in CS:



She and Ryu Jin in CS were one of my all-time favorite drama OTPs.

dangermousie: (Capital Scandal secondary otp by meganbm)
I am cautious but optimistic about the F4 they cast - they look the part but not sure if they can act. Well, with the exception of Kim Bum, who I am madly excited about, but wishing he played Domyouji.

I am cautious, but not unpleasantly so, about Goo Hye Sun - I assume her acting is good, and hopefully they can make her look younger than she is. But I am now more optimistic about her casting because two more casting choices have been revealed and they make me squee in glee. The casting director seems to know what he/she is doing!

They cast the awesome Kam Nam Gil (CG's Dad in Goong, chief reporter in Capital Scandal) as Makino's Dad. He is just so funny and awesome. And even better...OMG! They cast Han Go Eun as Domyouji's sister. OMGOMGOMG. HGE owns my heart so much, after her amazing role as courtesan/revolutionary assassin/hero's best friend/OTP of secondary hero in Capital Scandal, one of my favorite dramas. I love her. There are rumors also of Han Chae Young to be Shizuka and if that happens I'll glee a lot.

So yay for the casting!

Han Go Eun in CS:



She and Ryu Jin in CS were one of my all-time favorite drama OTPs.

dangermousie: (PO: GP by alexandral)
Ok, so Powerful Opponents ended.

You know what else ended? My brief attempts to watch dramas as they air.

I dislike it and it always comes back to mess me up. PO would be only the third drama I have ever watched as it aired all the way through. The other two were Hana Yori Dango 2 and Hong Gil Dong. This experiment has officially failed because I get RAGEFUL at endings 66.7% of the time. I love Iljimae but I will wait until completion.

Ramblings on real-time watching, unpopular endings, and open endings. Spoilers for a whole bunch of dramas but very very vague spoilers )
dangermousie: (PO: GP by alexandral)
Ok, so Powerful Opponents ended.

You know what else ended? My brief attempts to watch dramas as they air.

I dislike it and it always comes back to mess me up. PO would be only the third drama I have ever watched as it aired all the way through. The other two were Hana Yori Dango 2 and Hong Gil Dong. This experiment has officially failed because I get RAGEFUL at endings 66.7% of the time. I love Iljimae but I will wait until completion.

Ramblings on real-time watching, unpopular endings, and open endings. Spoilers for a whole bunch of dramas but very very vague spoilers )
dangermousie: (PO: GP by alexandral)
Ok, so Powerful Opponents ended.

You know what else ended? My brief attempts to watch dramas as they air.

I dislike it and it always comes back to mess me up. PO would be only the third drama I have ever watched as it aired all the way through. The other two were Hana Yori Dango 2 and Hong Gil Dong. This experiment has officially failed because I get RAGEFUL at endings 66.7% of the time. I love Iljimae but I will wait until completion.

Ramblings on real-time watching, unpopular endings, and open endings. Spoilers for a whole bunch of dramas but very very vague spoilers )

EEEEE!!!!

May. 30th, 2008 10:02 pm
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal secondary otp by meganbm)
Just when I thought it was impossible for me to love Powerful Opponents more, I found out that Ryu Jin and Han Go Yun are making cameo appearances in the last ep, as a senior bodyguard (him) and a junior (her).



EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!

I mean! They were such a perfect, awesome OTP in Capital Scandal. Complicated Policeman and Tough Courtesan, ILY!

*uses appropriate icon*

Please, please, let them be an OTP :)

EEEEE!!!!

May. 30th, 2008 10:02 pm
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal secondary otp by meganbm)
Just when I thought it was impossible for me to love Powerful Opponents more, I found out that Ryu Jin and Han Go Yun are making cameo appearances in the last ep, as a senior bodyguard (him) and a junior (her).



EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!

I mean! They were such a perfect, awesome OTP in Capital Scandal. Complicated Policeman and Tough Courtesan, ILY!

*uses appropriate icon*

Please, please, let them be an OTP :)

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