dangermousie: (Baker King)
I am sure some kdrama junkies on my flist remember how a few years ago, Four Seasons was bandied about as a possibly upcoming drama. To say that Dangerousie was an excited little mousie would be a vast understatement. It was supposed to be written by Lee Kyung Hee (Sang-Do, A Love to Kill, Thank You etc), a.k.a. one of my favorite drama-writers and be the drama comeback of both Rain and Jeon Ji Hyun as a mercenary and a journalist respectively. For whatever reason, the project fell through, LKH went on to write the wonderful Will It Snow On Christmas and Rain went on to star, much less wonderfully, in the trainwreck that was Fugitive. And I wrote off this drama for good.

BUT.

BUT.

Apparently, just like Daemul, Four Seasons may just be the zombie that refuses to die, because apparently this is one of the dramas Jo In Sung is considering as his drama come-back once he's out of the army.

Let's pause.

And have this sink in.

Did it sink in yet?

...

...

...

OH MY GOD!!!!!! OH MY GOD!!!!!

It's exciting enough that this project may yet happen with anyone, because LKH is one of two of my favorite kdrama screenwriters (NYK being the other), but Jo In Sung? Jo In Sung. He hasn't done a drama since 2005 and he is, IMO, one of the best k-ent actors working out there today (have you seen Dirty Carnival? I had shivers for hours, afterwards). He blew everyone else out of the water and MADE the drama for me in Something Happened in Bali, so the thought of him back doing a drama, and a LKH drama (he is so good at angst/nuance/melodrama combo she excels at) - OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD. Please please, drama gods, make this happen!
dangermousie: (Baker King)
I am sure some kdrama junkies on my flist remember how a few years ago, Four Seasons was bandied about as a possibly upcoming drama. To say that Dangerousie was an excited little mousie would be a vast understatement. It was supposed to be written by Lee Kyung Hee (Sang-Do, A Love to Kill, Thank You etc), a.k.a. one of my favorite drama-writers and be the drama comeback of both Rain and Jeon Ji Hyun as a mercenary and a journalist respectively. For whatever reason, the project fell through, LKH went on to write the wonderful Will It Snow On Christmas and Rain went on to star, much less wonderfully, in the trainwreck that was Fugitive. And I wrote off this drama for good.

BUT.

BUT.

Apparently, just like Daemul, Four Seasons may just be the zombie that refuses to die, because apparently this is one of the dramas Jo In Sung is considering as his drama come-back once he's out of the army.

Let's pause.

And have this sink in.

Did it sink in yet?

...

...

...

OH MY GOD!!!!!! OH MY GOD!!!!!

It's exciting enough that this project may yet happen with anyone, because LKH is one of two of my favorite kdrama screenwriters (NYK being the other), but Jo In Sung? Jo In Sung. He hasn't done a drama since 2005 and he is, IMO, one of the best k-ent actors working out there today (have you seen Dirty Carnival? I had shivers for hours, afterwards). He blew everyone else out of the water and MADE the drama for me in Something Happened in Bali, so the thought of him back doing a drama, and a LKH drama (he is so good at angst/nuance/melodrama combo she excels at) - OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD. Please please, drama gods, make this happen!
dangermousie: (Baker King)
I am sure some kdrama junkies on my flist remember how a few years ago, Four Seasons was bandied about as a possibly upcoming drama. To say that Dangerousie was an excited little mousie would be a vast understatement. It was supposed to be written by Lee Kyung Hee (Sang-Do, A Love to Kill, Thank You etc), a.k.a. one of my favorite drama-writers and be the drama comeback of both Rain and Jeon Ji Hyun as a mercenary and a journalist respectively. For whatever reason, the project fell through, LKH went on to write the wonderful Will It Snow On Christmas and Rain went on to star, much less wonderfully, in the trainwreck that was Fugitive. And I wrote off this drama for good.

BUT.

BUT.

Apparently, just like Daemul, Four Seasons may just be the zombie that refuses to die, because apparently this is one of the dramas Jo In Sung is considering as his drama come-back once he's out of the army.

Let's pause.

And have this sink in.

Did it sink in yet?

...

...

...

OH MY GOD!!!!!! OH MY GOD!!!!!

It's exciting enough that this project may yet happen with anyone, because LKH is one of two of my favorite kdrama screenwriters (NYK being the other), but Jo In Sung? Jo In Sung. He hasn't done a drama since 2005 and he is, IMO, one of the best k-ent actors working out there today (have you seen Dirty Carnival? I had shivers for hours, afterwards). He blew everyone else out of the water and MADE the drama for me in Something Happened in Bali, so the thought of him back doing a drama, and a LKH drama (he is so good at angst/nuance/melodrama combo she excels at) - OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD. Please please, drama gods, make this happen!

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