dangermousie: (Iris)
I can't concentrate on any fannish thing but IRIS especially now that it looks like it's going to end a la Shiri, for those who are curious, one of the most heartbreaking movie endings EVER. Bravo, Korea, for putting me through even more pain this time because I spent 20, as opposed to 2, hours with these people. Honestly, I think the eps are capped at 20 because by that point they are going to run out of horrible things to do.

Anyway, have a spoilery Shiri MV:



If they make Seung Hee pregnant with Hyun Joon's child, I am out. That would just be sadism.

In order to distract self, let me post about the drama I just started watching, Hello God - a story of Haru, a cheerful young man with an IQ of 65, a good-hearted and highly talented lady swindler, and an arrogant super-sexy surgeon who believes he can perform an experimental procedure to increase the IQ of people like Haru dramatically.

Half an ep in and I like it. I am not in love with it yet (but then dramas I fall into instalove with are far and few between) but it has lovely potential.

However, I have a quick confession to make. I love the awesome heroine, the quirky filming etc:



But who my heart really belongs to is GWAN PIL!!!! Ok, Ok, I know Gwan Pil is fictional and from a different drama. But my heart belongs to smirking, gorgeous, competent Lee Jong Hyuk:



I ship him with the leading girl as if it's going out of style.

More caps of first half of first ep. Largely LJH-centric )

Someone give Lee Jong Hyuk a leading role, dammit!

And still on IRIS: I want to talk about that big huge superbig spoiler from preview for the last ep of IRIS because it simply makes no sense to me one way or another.

I am not happy or mad or anything in between - I am just really really confused.

Anyone seen the preview?

Anyone, anyone, Bueller?

[livejournal.com profile] clairiere, where are you? Comfort me! :)

ETA: I am so not cut-out for following airing dramas, especially when they are that super-rare beast where I still have no idea how it will all end on ep 19 out of 20.
dangermousie: (Iris)
I can't concentrate on any fannish thing but IRIS especially now that it looks like it's going to end a la Shiri, for those who are curious, one of the most heartbreaking movie endings EVER. Bravo, Korea, for putting me through even more pain this time because I spent 20, as opposed to 2, hours with these people. Honestly, I think the eps are capped at 20 because by that point they are going to run out of horrible things to do.

Anyway, have a spoilery Shiri MV:



If they make Seung Hee pregnant with Hyun Joon's child, I am out. That would just be sadism.

In order to distract self, let me post about the drama I just started watching, Hello God - a story of Haru, a cheerful young man with an IQ of 65, a good-hearted and highly talented lady swindler, and an arrogant super-sexy surgeon who believes he can perform an experimental procedure to increase the IQ of people like Haru dramatically.

Half an ep in and I like it. I am not in love with it yet (but then dramas I fall into instalove with are far and few between) but it has lovely potential.

However, I have a quick confession to make. I love the awesome heroine, the quirky filming etc:



But who my heart really belongs to is GWAN PIL!!!! Ok, Ok, I know Gwan Pil is fictional and from a different drama. But my heart belongs to smirking, gorgeous, competent Lee Jong Hyuk:



I ship him with the leading girl as if it's going out of style.

More caps of first half of first ep. Largely LJH-centric )

Someone give Lee Jong Hyuk a leading role, dammit!

And still on IRIS: I want to talk about that big huge superbig spoiler from preview for the last ep of IRIS because it simply makes no sense to me one way or another.

I am not happy or mad or anything in between - I am just really really confused.

Anyone seen the preview?

Anyone, anyone, Bueller?

[livejournal.com profile] clairiere, where are you? Comfort me! :)

ETA: I am so not cut-out for following airing dramas, especially when they are that super-rare beast where I still have no idea how it will all end on ep 19 out of 20.
dangermousie: (Iris)
I can't concentrate on any fannish thing but IRIS especially now that it looks like it's going to end a la Shiri, for those who are curious, one of the most heartbreaking movie endings EVER. Bravo, Korea, for putting me through even more pain this time because I spent 20, as opposed to 2, hours with these people. Honestly, I think the eps are capped at 20 because by that point they are going to run out of horrible things to do.

Anyway, have a spoilery Shiri MV:



If they make Seung Hee pregnant with Hyun Joon's child, I am out. That would just be sadism.

In order to distract self, let me post about the drama I just started watching, Hello God - a story of Haru, a cheerful young man with an IQ of 65, a good-hearted and highly talented lady swindler, and an arrogant super-sexy surgeon who believes he can perform an experimental procedure to increase the IQ of people like Haru dramatically.

Half an ep in and I like it. I am not in love with it yet (but then dramas I fall into instalove with are far and few between) but it has lovely potential.

However, I have a quick confession to make. I love the awesome heroine, the quirky filming etc:



But who my heart really belongs to is GWAN PIL!!!! Ok, Ok, I know Gwan Pil is fictional and from a different drama. But my heart belongs to smirking, gorgeous, competent Lee Jong Hyuk:



I ship him with the leading girl as if it's going out of style.

More caps of first half of first ep. Largely LJH-centric )

Someone give Lee Jong Hyuk a leading role, dammit!

And still on IRIS: I want to talk about that big huge superbig spoiler from preview for the last ep of IRIS because it simply makes no sense to me one way or another.

I am not happy or mad or anything in between - I am just really really confused.

Anyone seen the preview?

Anyone, anyone, Bueller?

[livejournal.com profile] clairiere, where are you? Comfort me! :)

ETA: I am so not cut-out for following airing dramas, especially when they are that super-rare beast where I still have no idea how it will all end on ep 19 out of 20.
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal: excuse me)
ETA: You know, between Lee Byung Hun's insane ex-girlfriend and now a third girl in a row sending a letter to her idol of choice in her own blood (!!!!!), I am beginning to think that kdrama crazy secondary girls aren't too exaggerated.

Thank you everyone for your good wishes. They worked!

In unrelated news, I have finally been convinced by [livejournal.com profile] yunhalove to check out the kdrama Hello God which is apparently based on Flowers for Algernon, one of books I truly love. What Koreans can do with the angst potential of a story of a retarded (literally) young man who is operated on to become a genius but who is faced with the fact that his newly-found brain-power and ability are now slowly leaching away to leave him back where he started, I can only imagine.

There is, of course, shipping.

I would, perhaps, been persuaded to check this out sooner if I knew that the leading man looked like this:



Here is a MV:



Oh, and pssst, apparently *gasp* nobody dies.
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal: excuse me)
ETA: You know, between Lee Byung Hun's insane ex-girlfriend and now a third girl in a row sending a letter to her idol of choice in her own blood (!!!!!), I am beginning to think that kdrama crazy secondary girls aren't too exaggerated.

Thank you everyone for your good wishes. They worked!

In unrelated news, I have finally been convinced by [livejournal.com profile] yunhalove to check out the kdrama Hello God which is apparently based on Flowers for Algernon, one of books I truly love. What Koreans can do with the angst potential of a story of a retarded (literally) young man who is operated on to become a genius but who is faced with the fact that his newly-found brain-power and ability are now slowly leaching away to leave him back where he started, I can only imagine.

There is, of course, shipping.

I would, perhaps, been persuaded to check this out sooner if I knew that the leading man looked like this:



Here is a MV:



Oh, and pssst, apparently *gasp* nobody dies.
dangermousie: (Capital Scandal: excuse me)
ETA: You know, between Lee Byung Hun's insane ex-girlfriend and now a third girl in a row sending a letter to her idol of choice in her own blood (!!!!!), I am beginning to think that kdrama crazy secondary girls aren't too exaggerated.

Thank you everyone for your good wishes. They worked!

In unrelated news, I have finally been convinced by [livejournal.com profile] yunhalove to check out the kdrama Hello God which is apparently based on Flowers for Algernon, one of books I truly love. What Koreans can do with the angst potential of a story of a retarded (literally) young man who is operated on to become a genius but who is faced with the fact that his newly-found brain-power and ability are now slowly leaching away to leave him back where he started, I can only imagine.

There is, of course, shipping.

I would, perhaps, been persuaded to check this out sooner if I knew that the leading man looked like this:



Here is a MV:



Oh, and pssst, apparently *gasp* nobody dies.

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