dangermousie: (HGD kiss by miss-dian)
Guess which drama I am taking with me on my Xmas trip?

dangermousie: (HGD kiss by miss-dian)
Guess which drama I am taking with me on my Xmas trip?

dangermousie: (HGD kiss by miss-dian)
Guess which drama I am taking with me on my Xmas trip?

dangermousie: (Worlds Within by vierran45)
1. I have started Heading to the Ground and, surprisingly, I like it, like it enough to follow it.



It might be the first drama in a while that I will actually follow as it airs. Perhaps it's because I went into it with rock-bottom expectations, perhaps it's because both leading characters are nice sweet people and I am in reaction mode against My Fair Lady brat, perhaps it's because the drama doesn't take itself too seriously. Whatever the reason, HttG and its story about an aspiring male soccer player and a young wannabe female sports agent seems genuinely sweet and charming, even if it won't win any masterpiece status any time soon.

Yunho is not the world's greatest actor but he is passable (and compared to some idols-turned-actors he is pure genius *coughKimHyunJoongcough*). I must be one of ten women in the Universe who fails to see the good-looks or sex appeal (honestly, I just don't get it) but his character is so sweet-natured and goofy, it would be hard not to like him. Ga Ara is, as always, ridiculously likeable and gorgeous - she is one of my favorite young upcoming actresses.

Oh, and the opening scene is not only cheestastically overdramatic but the Yunho-in-water-with-voiceover bit reminds of of Green Rose. I liked it better when Go Soo did it :P Which reminds me, make another drama asap, Go Soo!

But ultimately, we all know I am just marking time until IRIS anyway, don't we?

Some of my IRIS motivation )

I have my doubts about Kim Tae Hee being able to pull off her role (I have seen her in Forbidden Love and Love Story in Harvard - she was breathtakingly gorgeous and utterly unimpressive in both). But surrounded by that cast, I don't much care - hopefully she either grew as an actress, had the role written to her strengths, or will be a distant muse and inspiration to Lee Byung Hun as he goes about assassinating people.

And speaking of murder and other yummy fictional stuff - Apparently they are moving upcoming Angel's Temptation to 9pm so it won't compete with the Queen Seon Deok unstoppable ratings. Makes sense - who will leave an already airing and highly iterative drama to check out another one on the off-chance it's better?

But does the earlier hour mean we won't be able to see nude Bae Soo Bin bathe in the blood of his enemies? :P

Well, at least he won't be wearing THAT! (One of these days, I must do an Andre Kim fashions post):



I really do want to check out QSD - it seems like the kind of show to either marathon on a cold day or have a weekly appointment with your TV for. Still, I am much too behind and will wait until DVDs.



Which reminds me, I still haven't finished Jumong or Emperor of the Sea. Yes, I know, I fail at drama, but those things are so bloody long! Kingdom of the Wind and Princess Ja Myung Go at its 38 and 39 eps respectively are the longest I could keep up.

And that in turn reminds me - is there any chance PJMG will be released on DVD with English subs. I'd love to own it. It's so deliciously complex but with a lovely, twisted love story underpinning it all.

Last but not least and having nothing to do with dramas, I started Simon R. Green's Blue Moon Rising, a fantasy novel and I am so very in love!

In the story, Prince Rupert of Forest Kingdom is sent on a quest to kill a dragon. Riding a unicorn (hehehehe). Everyone, including Rupert, knows it's basically a suicide mission because the impoverished, shrinking kingdom cannot afford two royal sons. But the mission does not go as planned - for one, Rupert and the dragon make friends. For another, there is Princess Julia, delivered to the dragon as a gift and terrorizing him ever since. She is as unwanted a daughter as Rupert is a son.

But when Rupert returns to Forest Kingdom, dragon, Julia, and unicorn in tow, that is when the story really begins - because Darkwood, through which Rupert had to fight his way on his quest, is encroaching on the land and will soon devour everything, leaving the land overrun with demons, if nothing is done.

I love this book. I love the mix of adventure and humor and desperation and heroism. I am crushing on Rupert, adore Julia, and am intrigued by everyone else.

Highly recommended.

ETA: OMFG, a kind soul on soompi posted a dcgallery poster for Chuno with the most detailed synopsis yet and am exploding here.

Poster behind cut )

This is going to be an epic love triangle of DOOM.
dangermousie: (Worlds Within by vierran45)
1. I have started Heading to the Ground and, surprisingly, I like it, like it enough to follow it.



It might be the first drama in a while that I will actually follow as it airs. Perhaps it's because I went into it with rock-bottom expectations, perhaps it's because both leading characters are nice sweet people and I am in reaction mode against My Fair Lady brat, perhaps it's because the drama doesn't take itself too seriously. Whatever the reason, HttG and its story about an aspiring male soccer player and a young wannabe female sports agent seems genuinely sweet and charming, even if it won't win any masterpiece status any time soon.

Yunho is not the world's greatest actor but he is passable (and compared to some idols-turned-actors he is pure genius *coughKimHyunJoongcough*). I must be one of ten women in the Universe who fails to see the good-looks or sex appeal (honestly, I just don't get it) but his character is so sweet-natured and goofy, it would be hard not to like him. Ga Ara is, as always, ridiculously likeable and gorgeous - she is one of my favorite young upcoming actresses.

Oh, and the opening scene is not only cheestastically overdramatic but the Yunho-in-water-with-voiceover bit reminds of of Green Rose. I liked it better when Go Soo did it :P Which reminds me, make another drama asap, Go Soo!

But ultimately, we all know I am just marking time until IRIS anyway, don't we?

Some of my IRIS motivation )

I have my doubts about Kim Tae Hee being able to pull off her role (I have seen her in Forbidden Love and Love Story in Harvard - she was breathtakingly gorgeous and utterly unimpressive in both). But surrounded by that cast, I don't much care - hopefully she either grew as an actress, had the role written to her strengths, or will be a distant muse and inspiration to Lee Byung Hun as he goes about assassinating people.

And speaking of murder and other yummy fictional stuff - Apparently they are moving upcoming Angel's Temptation to 9pm so it won't compete with the Queen Seon Deok unstoppable ratings. Makes sense - who will leave an already airing and highly iterative drama to check out another one on the off-chance it's better?

But does the earlier hour mean we won't be able to see nude Bae Soo Bin bathe in the blood of his enemies? :P

Well, at least he won't be wearing THAT! (One of these days, I must do an Andre Kim fashions post):



I really do want to check out QSD - it seems like the kind of show to either marathon on a cold day or have a weekly appointment with your TV for. Still, I am much too behind and will wait until DVDs.



Which reminds me, I still haven't finished Jumong or Emperor of the Sea. Yes, I know, I fail at drama, but those things are so bloody long! Kingdom of the Wind and Princess Ja Myung Go at its 38 and 39 eps respectively are the longest I could keep up.

And that in turn reminds me - is there any chance PJMG will be released on DVD with English subs. I'd love to own it. It's so deliciously complex but with a lovely, twisted love story underpinning it all.

Last but not least and having nothing to do with dramas, I started Simon R. Green's Blue Moon Rising, a fantasy novel and I am so very in love!

In the story, Prince Rupert of Forest Kingdom is sent on a quest to kill a dragon. Riding a unicorn (hehehehe). Everyone, including Rupert, knows it's basically a suicide mission because the impoverished, shrinking kingdom cannot afford two royal sons. But the mission does not go as planned - for one, Rupert and the dragon make friends. For another, there is Princess Julia, delivered to the dragon as a gift and terrorizing him ever since. She is as unwanted a daughter as Rupert is a son.

But when Rupert returns to Forest Kingdom, dragon, Julia, and unicorn in tow, that is when the story really begins - because Darkwood, through which Rupert had to fight his way on his quest, is encroaching on the land and will soon devour everything, leaving the land overrun with demons, if nothing is done.

I love this book. I love the mix of adventure and humor and desperation and heroism. I am crushing on Rupert, adore Julia, and am intrigued by everyone else.

Highly recommended.

ETA: OMFG, a kind soul on soompi posted a dcgallery poster for Chuno with the most detailed synopsis yet and am exploding here.

Poster behind cut )

This is going to be an epic love triangle of DOOM.
dangermousie: (Worlds Within by vierran45)
1. I have started Heading to the Ground and, surprisingly, I like it, like it enough to follow it.



It might be the first drama in a while that I will actually follow as it airs. Perhaps it's because I went into it with rock-bottom expectations, perhaps it's because both leading characters are nice sweet people and I am in reaction mode against My Fair Lady brat, perhaps it's because the drama doesn't take itself too seriously. Whatever the reason, HttG and its story about an aspiring male soccer player and a young wannabe female sports agent seems genuinely sweet and charming, even if it won't win any masterpiece status any time soon.

Yunho is not the world's greatest actor but he is passable (and compared to some idols-turned-actors he is pure genius *coughKimHyunJoongcough*). I must be one of ten women in the Universe who fails to see the good-looks or sex appeal (honestly, I just don't get it) but his character is so sweet-natured and goofy, it would be hard not to like him. Ga Ara is, as always, ridiculously likeable and gorgeous - she is one of my favorite young upcoming actresses.

Oh, and the opening scene is not only cheestastically overdramatic but the Yunho-in-water-with-voiceover bit reminds of of Green Rose. I liked it better when Go Soo did it :P Which reminds me, make another drama asap, Go Soo!

But ultimately, we all know I am just marking time until IRIS anyway, don't we?

Some of my IRIS motivation )

I have my doubts about Kim Tae Hee being able to pull off her role (I have seen her in Forbidden Love and Love Story in Harvard - she was breathtakingly gorgeous and utterly unimpressive in both). But surrounded by that cast, I don't much care - hopefully she either grew as an actress, had the role written to her strengths, or will be a distant muse and inspiration to Lee Byung Hun as he goes about assassinating people.

And speaking of murder and other yummy fictional stuff - Apparently they are moving upcoming Angel's Temptation to 9pm so it won't compete with the Queen Seon Deok unstoppable ratings. Makes sense - who will leave an already airing and highly iterative drama to check out another one on the off-chance it's better?

But does the earlier hour mean we won't be able to see nude Bae Soo Bin bathe in the blood of his enemies? :P

Well, at least he won't be wearing THAT! (One of these days, I must do an Andre Kim fashions post):



I really do want to check out QSD - it seems like the kind of show to either marathon on a cold day or have a weekly appointment with your TV for. Still, I am much too behind and will wait until DVDs.



Which reminds me, I still haven't finished Jumong or Emperor of the Sea. Yes, I know, I fail at drama, but those things are so bloody long! Kingdom of the Wind and Princess Ja Myung Go at its 38 and 39 eps respectively are the longest I could keep up.

And that in turn reminds me - is there any chance PJMG will be released on DVD with English subs. I'd love to own it. It's so deliciously complex but with a lovely, twisted love story underpinning it all.

Last but not least and having nothing to do with dramas, I started Simon R. Green's Blue Moon Rising, a fantasy novel and I am so very in love!

In the story, Prince Rupert of Forest Kingdom is sent on a quest to kill a dragon. Riding a unicorn (hehehehe). Everyone, including Rupert, knows it's basically a suicide mission because the impoverished, shrinking kingdom cannot afford two royal sons. But the mission does not go as planned - for one, Rupert and the dragon make friends. For another, there is Princess Julia, delivered to the dragon as a gift and terrorizing him ever since. She is as unwanted a daughter as Rupert is a son.

But when Rupert returns to Forest Kingdom, dragon, Julia, and unicorn in tow, that is when the story really begins - because Darkwood, through which Rupert had to fight his way on his quest, is encroaching on the land and will soon devour everything, leaving the land overrun with demons, if nothing is done.

I love this book. I love the mix of adventure and humor and desperation and heroism. I am crushing on Rupert, adore Julia, and am intrigued by everyone else.

Highly recommended.

ETA: OMFG, a kind soul on soompi posted a dcgallery poster for Chuno with the most detailed synopsis yet and am exploding here.

Poster behind cut )

This is going to be an epic love triangle of DOOM.
dangermousie: (HGD cheek by miss-dian)
Worlds Within has ruined me for other dramas! At least for a time.



I am not exaggerating - I tried 3 dramas tonight and had to give up - I kept comparing them with WW and they became unwatchable because of it.

First I tried Fly High - bad mistake. Apologies in advance to anyone who liked it but UGH. Even without WW's perfection, Fly High would have been atrocious - in addition to poor visual quality (which to be fair, was not the drama's fault - but the uninventive and snooze-worthy cinematography was) we had the stereotypically, irritatingly cutesy heroine (she missed her bus, hit someone with a shoe accidentally, and tripped, all within the first two minutes of the drama!) and the even more stereotypical icy family-issue-laden CEO who never works despite his lofty title (did I mention that he was supposed to be a native English speaker but I could not make out a word he was saying?). Both of the main characters were paid by actors who were unattractive and could not act. Ugh. UGH.

Then I tried Crazy for You, which I normally would like a lot - I have started it some time ago but then needed to get dvds with better subs which I finally did. But despite my liking it, it just didn't draw me in at all, even though it normally would - it was excellent, I just could not get into the mood in the slightest - WW's realness just made me fixate on dramaness of this (which is normally something I'd love). However, I see myself adoring it in the future and it's excellent example of angsty melodrama - I will definitely watch more when I am in a different mood.

The same goes for Lawyers of Korea - it's a good drama but I couldn't help but compare it with WW and had to turn it off.

And then I stopped trying. I was considering bringing out heavy guns in the shape of Friend but then decided that the whiplash shock from seeing Hyun Bin go from an intellectual director of WW to a brutal thug of Friend would be too much for me in such a short span of time :P And then I got tempted to rewatch Hong Gil Dong (or anything else period, like continuing with Emperor of the Sea or Return of Iljimae) but opted for reading instead as it was late.

You have ruined me, WW! For non-period dramas, at least.
dangermousie: (HGD cheek by miss-dian)
Worlds Within has ruined me for other dramas! At least for a time.



I am not exaggerating - I tried 3 dramas tonight and had to give up - I kept comparing them with WW and they became unwatchable because of it.

First I tried Fly High - bad mistake. Apologies in advance to anyone who liked it but UGH. Even without WW's perfection, Fly High would have been atrocious - in addition to poor visual quality (which to be fair, was not the drama's fault - but the uninventive and snooze-worthy cinematography was) we had the stereotypically, irritatingly cutesy heroine (she missed her bus, hit someone with a shoe accidentally, and tripped, all within the first two minutes of the drama!) and the even more stereotypical icy family-issue-laden CEO who never works despite his lofty title (did I mention that he was supposed to be a native English speaker but I could not make out a word he was saying?). Both of the main characters were paid by actors who were unattractive and could not act. Ugh. UGH.

Then I tried Crazy for You, which I normally would like a lot - I have started it some time ago but then needed to get dvds with better subs which I finally did. But despite my liking it, it just didn't draw me in at all, even though it normally would - it was excellent, I just could not get into the mood in the slightest - WW's realness just made me fixate on dramaness of this (which is normally something I'd love). However, I see myself adoring it in the future and it's excellent example of angsty melodrama - I will definitely watch more when I am in a different mood.

The same goes for Lawyers of Korea - it's a good drama but I couldn't help but compare it with WW and had to turn it off.

And then I stopped trying. I was considering bringing out heavy guns in the shape of Friend but then decided that the whiplash shock from seeing Hyun Bin go from an intellectual director of WW to a brutal thug of Friend would be too much for me in such a short span of time :P And then I got tempted to rewatch Hong Gil Dong (or anything else period, like continuing with Emperor of the Sea or Return of Iljimae) but opted for reading instead as it was late.

You have ruined me, WW! For non-period dramas, at least.
dangermousie: (HGD cheek by miss-dian)
Worlds Within has ruined me for other dramas! At least for a time.



I am not exaggerating - I tried 3 dramas tonight and had to give up - I kept comparing them with WW and they became unwatchable because of it.

First I tried Fly High - bad mistake. Apologies in advance to anyone who liked it but UGH. Even without WW's perfection, Fly High would have been atrocious - in addition to poor visual quality (which to be fair, was not the drama's fault - but the uninventive and snooze-worthy cinematography was) we had the stereotypically, irritatingly cutesy heroine (she missed her bus, hit someone with a shoe accidentally, and tripped, all within the first two minutes of the drama!) and the even more stereotypical icy family-issue-laden CEO who never works despite his lofty title (did I mention that he was supposed to be a native English speaker but I could not make out a word he was saying?). Both of the main characters were paid by actors who were unattractive and could not act. Ugh. UGH.

Then I tried Crazy for You, which I normally would like a lot - I have started it some time ago but then needed to get dvds with better subs which I finally did. But despite my liking it, it just didn't draw me in at all, even though it normally would - it was excellent, I just could not get into the mood in the slightest - WW's realness just made me fixate on dramaness of this (which is normally something I'd love). However, I see myself adoring it in the future and it's excellent example of angsty melodrama - I will definitely watch more when I am in a different mood.

The same goes for Lawyers of Korea - it's a good drama but I couldn't help but compare it with WW and had to turn it off.

And then I stopped trying. I was considering bringing out heavy guns in the shape of Friend but then decided that the whiplash shock from seeing Hyun Bin go from an intellectual director of WW to a brutal thug of Friend would be too much for me in such a short span of time :P And then I got tempted to rewatch Hong Gil Dong (or anything else period, like continuing with Emperor of the Sea or Return of Iljimae) but opted for reading instead as it was late.

You have ruined me, WW! For non-period dramas, at least.
dangermousie: (Legend: Chuhro by miss-dian)


I have just watched the first episode of the epic Korean drama Emperor of the Sea, set in 9th century and full of battles, pirates, gorgeous women, angsty men, doomed love, swords, horses, etc.

Even one ep in, I know I am going to love this:

* Movie-quality production values and cinematography

* My favorite way to start: in the middle of the story, with the two male leads leading armies against each other, and we don't know why or who is right, but I know they used to be best friends (one of them is the one who taught the other how to swordfight), and now are on different political sides, and I love. Especially when the battle and their eyes is intercut by gorgeous fragmented images of the past

* Comments about the injustice and brutality of the feudal system: our protagonist might be a general now, but he started out as a slave, in a society that sees the life of a hunting bird as more valued than his own. To this we must add angst.

* Male lead who is burning at the injustice of the world and his own powerlessness as a child slave

* Swordfights of awesomeness

* A hint of a future slave/aristocrat lady OTP.

* Pirates.

And it's also incredibly pretty! I tried to cap, but while my DVDs are super-crisp, the dl version is low quality so caps aren't cute...



I did find some promo stills )
dangermousie: (Legend: Chuhro by miss-dian)


I have just watched the first episode of the epic Korean drama Emperor of the Sea, set in 9th century and full of battles, pirates, gorgeous women, angsty men, doomed love, swords, horses, etc.

Even one ep in, I know I am going to love this:

* Movie-quality production values and cinematography

* My favorite way to start: in the middle of the story, with the two male leads leading armies against each other, and we don't know why or who is right, but I know they used to be best friends (one of them is the one who taught the other how to swordfight), and now are on different political sides, and I love. Especially when the battle and their eyes is intercut by gorgeous fragmented images of the past

* Comments about the injustice and brutality of the feudal system: our protagonist might be a general now, but he started out as a slave, in a society that sees the life of a hunting bird as more valued than his own. To this we must add angst.

* Male lead who is burning at the injustice of the world and his own powerlessness as a child slave

* Swordfights of awesomeness

* A hint of a future slave/aristocrat lady OTP.

* Pirates.

And it's also incredibly pretty! I tried to cap, but while my DVDs are super-crisp, the dl version is low quality so caps aren't cute...



I did find some promo stills )
dangermousie: (Legend: Chuhro by miss-dian)


I have just watched the first episode of the epic Korean drama Emperor of the Sea, set in 9th century and full of battles, pirates, gorgeous women, angsty men, doomed love, swords, horses, etc.

Even one ep in, I know I am going to love this:

* Movie-quality production values and cinematography

* My favorite way to start: in the middle of the story, with the two male leads leading armies against each other, and we don't know why or who is right, but I know they used to be best friends (one of them is the one who taught the other how to swordfight), and now are on different political sides, and I love. Especially when the battle and their eyes is intercut by gorgeous fragmented images of the past

* Comments about the injustice and brutality of the feudal system: our protagonist might be a general now, but he started out as a slave, in a society that sees the life of a hunting bird as more valued than his own. To this we must add angst.

* Male lead who is burning at the injustice of the world and his own powerlessness as a child slave

* Swordfights of awesomeness

* A hint of a future slave/aristocrat lady OTP.

* Pirates.

And it's also incredibly pretty! I tried to cap, but while my DVDs are super-crisp, the dl version is low quality so caps aren't cute...



I did find some promo stills )
dangermousie: (Jumong by miss_dian)


As I am sure you can tell, I've been in a drama slump. I haven't been even interested in a minute of one in two weeks.

But I think I found something that might drag me out of this. Korean period epic Emperor of the Sea. Swordfights, gladiatorial games, pirates, forbidden love, branding, childhood friends turned enemies, and a cartful of angst.

Yup, did I mention gladiatorial fights?



Please, please tell me he is a slave. And I will be sold 100%.

Here is a shippy MV for the other main male character and the heroine )

But I think what really sold me was This scene )
dangermousie: (Jumong by miss_dian)


As I am sure you can tell, I've been in a drama slump. I haven't been even interested in a minute of one in two weeks.

But I think I found something that might drag me out of this. Korean period epic Emperor of the Sea. Swordfights, gladiatorial games, pirates, forbidden love, branding, childhood friends turned enemies, and a cartful of angst.

Yup, did I mention gladiatorial fights?



Please, please tell me he is a slave. And I will be sold 100%.

Here is a shippy MV for the other main male character and the heroine )

But I think what really sold me was This scene )
dangermousie: (Jumong by miss_dian)


As I am sure you can tell, I've been in a drama slump. I haven't been even interested in a minute of one in two weeks.

But I think I found something that might drag me out of this. Korean period epic Emperor of the Sea. Swordfights, gladiatorial games, pirates, forbidden love, branding, childhood friends turned enemies, and a cartful of angst.

Yup, did I mention gladiatorial fights?



Please, please tell me he is a slave. And I will be sold 100%.

Here is a shippy MV for the other main male character and the heroine )

But I think what really sold me was This scene )
dangermousie: (PO by alexandral)
Powerful Opponents ep 15 spoilers!!!

Spoilers here )

One more day one more day one more day and I find out who she ends with. If it's not Gwan Pil, I am buying tickets to Korea to go on a rampage at the writers' room.

Also, and I am not complaining, but I was looking for Emperor of the Sea mvs on youtube, but does anyone make shippy vids that aren't Song Il Gook and the lead girl? I mean, I feel bad for her canon OTP :P
dangermousie: (PO by alexandral)
Powerful Opponents ep 15 spoilers!!!

Spoilers here )

One more day one more day one more day and I find out who she ends with. If it's not Gwan Pil, I am buying tickets to Korea to go on a rampage at the writers' room.

Also, and I am not complaining, but I was looking for Emperor of the Sea mvs on youtube, but does anyone make shippy vids that aren't Song Il Gook and the lead girl? I mean, I feel bad for her canon OTP :P
dangermousie: (PO by alexandral)
Powerful Opponents ep 15 spoilers!!!

Spoilers here )

One more day one more day one more day and I find out who she ends with. If it's not Gwan Pil, I am buying tickets to Korea to go on a rampage at the writers' room.

Also, and I am not complaining, but I was looking for Emperor of the Sea mvs on youtube, but does anyone make shippy vids that aren't Song Il Gook and the lead girl? I mean, I feel bad for her canon OTP :P
dangermousie: (Lobbyist SIG by miss-dian)
Does Song Il Gook get tied to a post and branded in the face in Emperor of the Sea, or am I hallucinating? (Or is it the other main male character).

Please inform.

This might influence how high up the list EotS will move up for me.

Thank you :)

Also check out this MV of awesomeness.

Plus, unrequited angsty love FTW:



I might even overlook the beards *shudder*

ETA: after scrounging around on line, yup, it is indeed SIG. Why did none of you inform me? Epic FAIL. I might even put aside my planned watch of Lobbyist (see icon for fine sample of SIG rocking the manpain) for that...
dangermousie: (Lobbyist SIG by miss-dian)
Does Song Il Gook get tied to a post and branded in the face in Emperor of the Sea, or am I hallucinating? (Or is it the other main male character).

Please inform.

This might influence how high up the list EotS will move up for me.

Thank you :)

Also check out this MV of awesomeness.

Plus, unrequited angsty love FTW:



I might even overlook the beards *shudder*

ETA: after scrounging around on line, yup, it is indeed SIG. Why did none of you inform me? Epic FAIL. I might even put aside my planned watch of Lobbyist (see icon for fine sample of SIG rocking the manpain) for that...

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