dangermousie: (B&W Chen Lin by scanky_chops)
I continue to be weirdly fond of Paradise Ranch. It's not a smart drama (I can feel my brain dribble out of my ears) nor a particularly nuanced or well-acted one, but there is something irresistibly charming about it - it's silly but it puts me in a good mood. All the more impressive because the leading man does zip for me. Zip zip zip as far as sex appeal goes. Sorry, Changmin fangirls/boys, he's all yours.

I think it basically amounts to this. If you find the below GIF funny, it may be the drama for you. If you just roll your eyes, then probably not :P

dangermousie: (B&W Chen Lin by scanky_chops)
I continue to be weirdly fond of Paradise Ranch. It's not a smart drama (I can feel my brain dribble out of my ears) nor a particularly nuanced or well-acted one, but there is something irresistibly charming about it - it's silly but it puts me in a good mood. All the more impressive because the leading man does zip for me. Zip zip zip as far as sex appeal goes. Sorry, Changmin fangirls/boys, he's all yours.

I think it basically amounts to this. If you find the below GIF funny, it may be the drama for you. If you just roll your eyes, then probably not :P

dangermousie: (B&W Chen Lin by scanky_chops)
I continue to be weirdly fond of Paradise Ranch. It's not a smart drama (I can feel my brain dribble out of my ears) nor a particularly nuanced or well-acted one, but there is something irresistibly charming about it - it's silly but it puts me in a good mood. All the more impressive because the leading man does zip for me. Zip zip zip as far as sex appeal goes. Sorry, Changmin fangirls/boys, he's all yours.

I think it basically amounts to this. If you find the below GIF funny, it may be the drama for you. If you just roll your eyes, then probably not :P

dangermousie: (Romantic Princess by lolanicon)
I have just watched ep 1 of Paradise Ranch and, shock of shocks, I really liked it!



Yeah, I know. I know. Changmin is still not my thing looks-wise (feed him, SM!) and I can't say he is an acting prodigy (though compared to his bandmate Yunho, he is better, but then anyone would be), not to mention I can't unsee those awful dude ranch promo pics but somehow I am weirdly charmed by the drama and its vibe.

I think because somehow it comes across as a Taiwanese drama which has mysteriously been cast with Koreans, down to the leads which are charming even if they can't act too well, deliciously warm weather (so nice during this nasty cold winter), the sweetly romantic vibe, and the inexplicable adorableness of it all. Twdramas are the only kind of dramas where I love the romcom genre.

So yes, I love my twdramas to bits and this feels like a twdrama so there it is...it's deliciously relaxing candy.

Is it objectively good? No, but I am enjoying it anyway and will be watching ep 2 for sure.
dangermousie: (Romantic Princess by lolanicon)
I have just watched ep 1 of Paradise Ranch and, shock of shocks, I really liked it!



Yeah, I know. I know. Changmin is still not my thing looks-wise (feed him, SM!) and I can't say he is an acting prodigy (though compared to his bandmate Yunho, he is better, but then anyone would be), not to mention I can't unsee those awful dude ranch promo pics but somehow I am weirdly charmed by the drama and its vibe.

I think because somehow it comes across as a Taiwanese drama which has mysteriously been cast with Koreans, down to the leads which are charming even if they can't act too well, deliciously warm weather (so nice during this nasty cold winter), the sweetly romantic vibe, and the inexplicable adorableness of it all. Twdramas are the only kind of dramas where I love the romcom genre.

So yes, I love my twdramas to bits and this feels like a twdrama so there it is...it's deliciously relaxing candy.

Is it objectively good? No, but I am enjoying it anyway and will be watching ep 2 for sure.
dangermousie: (Romantic Princess by lolanicon)
I have just watched ep 1 of Paradise Ranch and, shock of shocks, I really liked it!



Yeah, I know. I know. Changmin is still not my thing looks-wise (feed him, SM!) and I can't say he is an acting prodigy (though compared to his bandmate Yunho, he is better, but then anyone would be), not to mention I can't unsee those awful dude ranch promo pics but somehow I am weirdly charmed by the drama and its vibe.

I think because somehow it comes across as a Taiwanese drama which has mysteriously been cast with Koreans, down to the leads which are charming even if they can't act too well, deliciously warm weather (so nice during this nasty cold winter), the sweetly romantic vibe, and the inexplicable adorableness of it all. Twdramas are the only kind of dramas where I love the romcom genre.

So yes, I love my twdramas to bits and this feels like a twdrama so there it is...it's deliciously relaxing candy.

Is it objectively good? No, but I am enjoying it anyway and will be watching ep 2 for sure.
dangermousie: (Aishiteiru)
So far I have spent more time posting about PR than I did about the five dramas (The Duo, 49 Days, The Royal Family, Thorn Tree Birds, Midas) I am excited for combined. I don't know, the trainwreck factor fascinates me, which may actually mean the production co is doing something right - whatever the reason people watch their show, as long as they watch it, right?

Anyway, here it is:



Oh, my eyes! I can feel my brain dribbling out of my ears. Yes, Changmin is wooden like a particularly fine spruce and Lee Yeon Hee matches him woodblock for woodblock (as I thought - she is an uneven actress that only works well within particular environments).

But wooden leads are the least of PR's problems. I've enjoyed some dramas with raw acting when they had a good script and a fun premise and actor chemistry - see every Mike He/Rainie Yang drama ever made. But the chemistry here is below zero, at least in the trailer. And worse, that trailer makes PR look like a really bad twdrama - it looks stupid, cutesy-unrealistic-OTT, emotionally false and, that most deadly of all things, boring! I mean, I am a major Joo Sang Wook fangirl after Giant but I spaced out entirely even during his scenes in the trailer. Plus, it looks cheap - from sets to cinematography.

Trainwreck.

Yes, I am checking out the first ep. And despite my delight in snarking, I am going to sincerely hope that PR will turn out that rare case, like Tamra the Island, where the trailers and posters and unknowns as leads all conspired me to think it was trash, and it turned out to be brilliant. If a drama is crappy, I get a small amount of amusement from snarking on it, but if it's good, I get much more amusement out of enjoying 16+ hours of goodness. Plus, I like three of the leads (LHN, LYH, JSW) and like Changmin's singing voice so wish his acting endeavors the best. But tbh, I am holding out slim hopes for this one - it has 'disaster of the year' written all over it in capital letters ten feet high.
dangermousie: (Aishiteiru)
So far I have spent more time posting about PR than I did about the five dramas (The Duo, 49 Days, The Royal Family, Thorn Tree Birds, Midas) I am excited for combined. I don't know, the trainwreck factor fascinates me, which may actually mean the production co is doing something right - whatever the reason people watch their show, as long as they watch it, right?

Anyway, here it is:



Oh, my eyes! I can feel my brain dribbling out of my ears. Yes, Changmin is wooden like a particularly fine spruce and Lee Yeon Hee matches him woodblock for woodblock (as I thought - she is an uneven actress that only works well within particular environments).

But wooden leads are the least of PR's problems. I've enjoyed some dramas with raw acting when they had a good script and a fun premise and actor chemistry - see every Mike He/Rainie Yang drama ever made. But the chemistry here is below zero, at least in the trailer. And worse, that trailer makes PR look like a really bad twdrama - it looks stupid, cutesy-unrealistic-OTT, emotionally false and, that most deadly of all things, boring! I mean, I am a major Joo Sang Wook fangirl after Giant but I spaced out entirely even during his scenes in the trailer. Plus, it looks cheap - from sets to cinematography.

Trainwreck.

Yes, I am checking out the first ep. And despite my delight in snarking, I am going to sincerely hope that PR will turn out that rare case, like Tamra the Island, where the trailers and posters and unknowns as leads all conspired me to think it was trash, and it turned out to be brilliant. If a drama is crappy, I get a small amount of amusement from snarking on it, but if it's good, I get much more amusement out of enjoying 16+ hours of goodness. Plus, I like three of the leads (LHN, LYH, JSW) and like Changmin's singing voice so wish his acting endeavors the best. But tbh, I am holding out slim hopes for this one - it has 'disaster of the year' written all over it in capital letters ten feet high.
dangermousie: (Aishiteiru)
So far I have spent more time posting about PR than I did about the five dramas (The Duo, 49 Days, The Royal Family, Thorn Tree Birds, Midas) I am excited for combined. I don't know, the trainwreck factor fascinates me, which may actually mean the production co is doing something right - whatever the reason people watch their show, as long as they watch it, right?

Anyway, here it is:



Oh, my eyes! I can feel my brain dribbling out of my ears. Yes, Changmin is wooden like a particularly fine spruce and Lee Yeon Hee matches him woodblock for woodblock (as I thought - she is an uneven actress that only works well within particular environments).

But wooden leads are the least of PR's problems. I've enjoyed some dramas with raw acting when they had a good script and a fun premise and actor chemistry - see every Mike He/Rainie Yang drama ever made. But the chemistry here is below zero, at least in the trailer. And worse, that trailer makes PR look like a really bad twdrama - it looks stupid, cutesy-unrealistic-OTT, emotionally false and, that most deadly of all things, boring! I mean, I am a major Joo Sang Wook fangirl after Giant but I spaced out entirely even during his scenes in the trailer. Plus, it looks cheap - from sets to cinematography.

Trainwreck.

Yes, I am checking out the first ep. And despite my delight in snarking, I am going to sincerely hope that PR will turn out that rare case, like Tamra the Island, where the trailers and posters and unknowns as leads all conspired me to think it was trash, and it turned out to be brilliant. If a drama is crappy, I get a small amount of amusement from snarking on it, but if it's good, I get much more amusement out of enjoying 16+ hours of goodness. Plus, I like three of the leads (LHN, LYH, JSW) and like Changmin's singing voice so wish his acting endeavors the best. But tbh, I am holding out slim hopes for this one - it has 'disaster of the year' written all over it in capital letters ten feet high.
dangermousie: (Pick the Stars: facepalm by meganbmoore)
This is one of the promo stills for the upcoming Paradise Ranch a.k.a. Mousie's unwitting target:



"My eyes! My eyes!" seems to be the most appropriate exclamation. Between the get-ups, the smirks (except for Changmin who's doing his best take on pouty sexyface), the gun 'symbolism', the 'not an inch of space left between them' proximity, I am left to wonder if this is, in actuality, an ad for some sort of fetishy Western-themed pr0n, and a second later the clothes will come off and a foursome swinger orgy will commence for our delectation.

I am a little puzzled as to which time period encapsulates both leather miniskirts and regency dresses, whether the bulging pants of JSW and the direction Changmin's gun is pointing are deliberate, why poor Yoo Hana is the only one who doesn't get a hat, not to mention what dressing like an extra from The Virginian has to do with Korea or Koreans in any way, but thinking about all these just hurts my head.

At least nobody is wearing assless chaps and riding someone like a pony. That's something.

Ah, drama, you entertain me immensely and you are not even out yet.
dangermousie: (Pick the Stars: facepalm by meganbmoore)
This is one of the promo stills for the upcoming Paradise Ranch a.k.a. Mousie's unwitting target:



"My eyes! My eyes!" seems to be the most appropriate exclamation. Between the get-ups, the smirks (except for Changmin who's doing his best take on pouty sexyface), the gun 'symbolism', the 'not an inch of space left between them' proximity, I am left to wonder if this is, in actuality, an ad for some sort of fetishy Western-themed pr0n, and a second later the clothes will come off and a foursome swinger orgy will commence for our delectation.

I am a little puzzled as to which time period encapsulates both leather miniskirts and regency dresses, whether the bulging pants of JSW and the direction Changmin's gun is pointing are deliberate, why poor Yoo Hana is the only one who doesn't get a hat, not to mention what dressing like an extra from The Virginian has to do with Korea or Koreans in any way, but thinking about all these just hurts my head.

At least nobody is wearing assless chaps and riding someone like a pony. That's something.

Ah, drama, you entertain me immensely and you are not even out yet.
dangermousie: (Pick the Stars: facepalm by meganbmoore)
This is one of the promo stills for the upcoming Paradise Ranch a.k.a. Mousie's unwitting target:



"My eyes! My eyes!" seems to be the most appropriate exclamation. Between the get-ups, the smirks (except for Changmin who's doing his best take on pouty sexyface), the gun 'symbolism', the 'not an inch of space left between them' proximity, I am left to wonder if this is, in actuality, an ad for some sort of fetishy Western-themed pr0n, and a second later the clothes will come off and a foursome swinger orgy will commence for our delectation.

I am a little puzzled as to which time period encapsulates both leather miniskirts and regency dresses, whether the bulging pants of JSW and the direction Changmin's gun is pointing are deliberate, why poor Yoo Hana is the only one who doesn't get a hat, not to mention what dressing like an extra from The Virginian has to do with Korea or Koreans in any way, but thinking about all these just hurts my head.

At least nobody is wearing assless chaps and riding someone like a pony. That's something.

Ah, drama, you entertain me immensely and you are not even out yet.
dangermousie: (EoE: YR by meganbmoore)
The first teaser is out for idol Changmin's foray into acting. (Please imagine "acting" said in a best Calculon voice).



Oh good Lord.

I admit to having a sick anticipation for this - something tells me that as Heading to the Ground was to 2009 and Road N 1 was to 2010, Paradise Ranch will be to 2011. A.k.a. utter and sheer badness so sublime it almost goes back into being good.

Before Changmin fans flood me with hate mail, I think the guy has an amazing voice and can dance well from the few DBSK performing clips I've seen. But I fail to see how either of those is relevant unless they were doing a drama about rival opera singers or aspiring idols. He comes across like a human-shaped tree in the trailer.

Total newbie as lead + ridiculously stupid premise (it's as if they decided to make a twdrama in Korean) + leading lady who is uneven and only works well with a strong cast = DISASTER.

Oh, Joo Sang Wook, why are you in this again? As a cardboard-written secondary guy, no less. You are gorgeous as hell. You have great acting chops and can act circles around the rest of these people while blindfolded and drunk. You just came off a monster success where your storyline became a huge hit. Do the makers of this waste of celluloid have naked pictures of you, or something?

Lee Yeon Hee, I love you but you came off the ratings bonanza East of Eden where you starred opposite Sex On Legs a.k.a. Mr. Hallyu Star Song Seung Heon himself to - this? Being love interest of boybander attempting to act in a piece of idiotic fluff? Oh, Good Lord.

And while we are on the subject of Changmin - he doesn't look old enough to shave, needs to eat, and has a really weird, fish-like face. The guy is NOT attractive. At least his fellow bandmember Yunho, who out-cardboarded a packing box in Heading to the Ground, is brutally hot. Changmin can't even claim that.

WTF, makers, WTF!
dangermousie: (EoE: YR by meganbmoore)
The first teaser is out for idol Changmin's foray into acting. (Please imagine "acting" said in a best Calculon voice).



Oh good Lord.

I admit to having a sick anticipation for this - something tells me that as Heading to the Ground was to 2009 and Road N 1 was to 2010, Paradise Ranch will be to 2011. A.k.a. utter and sheer badness so sublime it almost goes back into being good.

Before Changmin fans flood me with hate mail, I think the guy has an amazing voice and can dance well from the few DBSK performing clips I've seen. But I fail to see how either of those is relevant unless they were doing a drama about rival opera singers or aspiring idols. He comes across like a human-shaped tree in the trailer.

Total newbie as lead + ridiculously stupid premise (it's as if they decided to make a twdrama in Korean) + leading lady who is uneven and only works well with a strong cast = DISASTER.

Oh, Joo Sang Wook, why are you in this again? As a cardboard-written secondary guy, no less. You are gorgeous as hell. You have great acting chops and can act circles around the rest of these people while blindfolded and drunk. You just came off a monster success where your storyline became a huge hit. Do the makers of this waste of celluloid have naked pictures of you, or something?

Lee Yeon Hee, I love you but you came off the ratings bonanza East of Eden where you starred opposite Sex On Legs a.k.a. Mr. Hallyu Star Song Seung Heon himself to - this? Being love interest of boybander attempting to act in a piece of idiotic fluff? Oh, Good Lord.

And while we are on the subject of Changmin - he doesn't look old enough to shave, needs to eat, and has a really weird, fish-like face. The guy is NOT attractive. At least his fellow bandmember Yunho, who out-cardboarded a packing box in Heading to the Ground, is brutally hot. Changmin can't even claim that.

WTF, makers, WTF!
dangermousie: (EoE: YR by meganbmoore)
The first teaser is out for idol Changmin's foray into acting. (Please imagine "acting" said in a best Calculon voice).



Oh good Lord.

I admit to having a sick anticipation for this - something tells me that as Heading to the Ground was to 2009 and Road N 1 was to 2010, Paradise Ranch will be to 2011. A.k.a. utter and sheer badness so sublime it almost goes back into being good.

Before Changmin fans flood me with hate mail, I think the guy has an amazing voice and can dance well from the few DBSK performing clips I've seen. But I fail to see how either of those is relevant unless they were doing a drama about rival opera singers or aspiring idols. He comes across like a human-shaped tree in the trailer.

Total newbie as lead + ridiculously stupid premise (it's as if they decided to make a twdrama in Korean) + leading lady who is uneven and only works well with a strong cast = DISASTER.

Oh, Joo Sang Wook, why are you in this again? As a cardboard-written secondary guy, no less. You are gorgeous as hell. You have great acting chops and can act circles around the rest of these people while blindfolded and drunk. You just came off a monster success where your storyline became a huge hit. Do the makers of this waste of celluloid have naked pictures of you, or something?

Lee Yeon Hee, I love you but you came off the ratings bonanza East of Eden where you starred opposite Sex On Legs a.k.a. Mr. Hallyu Star Song Seung Heon himself to - this? Being love interest of boybander attempting to act in a piece of idiotic fluff? Oh, Good Lord.

And while we are on the subject of Changmin - he doesn't look old enough to shave, needs to eat, and has a really weird, fish-like face. The guy is NOT attractive. At least his fellow bandmember Yunho, who out-cardboarded a packing box in Heading to the Ground, is brutally hot. Changmin can't even claim that.

WTF, makers, WTF!
dangermousie: (HGD cheek by miss-dian)
1. Short preview for ep 17 of Secret Garden is out and ouch - here comes the angst! Gimme moar!!!!!!!!



2. I just found out that the second lead in the upcoming Paradise Ranch, the drama that's the acting debut of Changmin from DBSK, is Joo Sang Woo. You may remember him from that little drama known as Giant. Yes, it's my baby Min Woo a.k.a. my favorite character in the drama. Seeing that JSW more than held his own against people like Lee Bum Soo in Giant (and in fact his and Miju's storyline expanded and expanded due to crazy popularity), I feel kinda bad for poor kpop idol Changmin - JSW is going to wipe the floor with him! It doesn't help that JSW looks like a man but Changmin looks all of 12 years old. Come on, are you telling me this boy is old enough to drive, let alone date anyone?



While I am being a cranky grandma, why don't you eat something and get clothes that fit?

And while we are on topic - why, oh why do idols get starring roles as their acting debuts, as a matter of right? WTF! Most of them can't act. I have no objection to them entering the acting biz but how about starting with small roles and learning a bit first? Why do I have to suffer through their learning curve? If you are not ready for a leading role, then you shouldn't be in it! There are a ton of excellent actors who never get leading roles or who take years to get one, but instead we are subjected to cardboard idols as leads who fail miserably. I mean - it's one thing to give a newbie a starring role when you are basing it on their chops - see Joo Won and Jung So Min - but they were presumably chosen based on their acting ability as they aren't idols - and they did a great job. I don't want kdramas to turn into jdramas so all the recent idol-drama stuff is making me unhappy. Sure, some idols do a good job even at the start (I loved Changmin's former bandmember Yoochun in SKKS) but that's an exception not the rule. Yup, skipping that one.

3. An upcoming drama I am excited for is 49 Days. The soul-swapping theme sounds interesting (more Who Are You than Secret Garden in this case), Jo Hyun Jae is sexy and manly and I adore Jung Il Woo (though I want him to have another leading role - talking of non-idols who should be starring in things). Lee Yo Won has always underwhelmed me but she's gorgeous. Plus, the writer is the writer of Brilliant Legacy and Prosecutor Princess, so what's not to love?

4. Ep 2 of Dream High fully put me into Hyemi/Jin Gook territory. Sorry, Kim Su Hyun! ILY and all, but you can't comete with his saving her from gangsters, and giving her motorcycle rides, and letting her cry into his helmet, and the fact that he remembers her from when they were both kids and she wept for him because his mother was going to dump him in an orphanage. Sorry. Go console yourself with glasses girl.
dangermousie: (HGD cheek by miss-dian)
1. Short preview for ep 17 of Secret Garden is out and ouch - here comes the angst! Gimme moar!!!!!!!!



2. I just found out that the second lead in the upcoming Paradise Ranch, the drama that's the acting debut of Changmin from DBSK, is Joo Sang Woo. You may remember him from that little drama known as Giant. Yes, it's my baby Min Woo a.k.a. my favorite character in the drama. Seeing that JSW more than held his own against people like Lee Bum Soo in Giant (and in fact his and Miju's storyline expanded and expanded due to crazy popularity), I feel kinda bad for poor kpop idol Changmin - JSW is going to wipe the floor with him! It doesn't help that JSW looks like a man but Changmin looks all of 12 years old. Come on, are you telling me this boy is old enough to drive, let alone date anyone?



While I am being a cranky grandma, why don't you eat something and get clothes that fit?

And while we are on topic - why, oh why do idols get starring roles as their acting debuts, as a matter of right? WTF! Most of them can't act. I have no objection to them entering the acting biz but how about starting with small roles and learning a bit first? Why do I have to suffer through their learning curve? If you are not ready for a leading role, then you shouldn't be in it! There are a ton of excellent actors who never get leading roles or who take years to get one, but instead we are subjected to cardboard idols as leads who fail miserably. I mean - it's one thing to give a newbie a starring role when you are basing it on their chops - see Joo Won and Jung So Min - but they were presumably chosen based on their acting ability as they aren't idols - and they did a great job. I don't want kdramas to turn into jdramas so all the recent idol-drama stuff is making me unhappy. Sure, some idols do a good job even at the start (I loved Changmin's former bandmember Yoochun in SKKS) but that's an exception not the rule. Yup, skipping that one.

3. An upcoming drama I am excited for is 49 Days. The soul-swapping theme sounds interesting (more Who Are You than Secret Garden in this case), Jo Hyun Jae is sexy and manly and I adore Jung Il Woo (though I want him to have another leading role - talking of non-idols who should be starring in things). Lee Yo Won has always underwhelmed me but she's gorgeous. Plus, the writer is the writer of Brilliant Legacy and Prosecutor Princess, so what's not to love?

4. Ep 2 of Dream High fully put me into Hyemi/Jin Gook territory. Sorry, Kim Su Hyun! ILY and all, but you can't comete with his saving her from gangsters, and giving her motorcycle rides, and letting her cry into his helmet, and the fact that he remembers her from when they were both kids and she wept for him because his mother was going to dump him in an orphanage. Sorry. Go console yourself with glasses girl.
dangermousie: (HGD cheek by miss-dian)
1. Short preview for ep 17 of Secret Garden is out and ouch - here comes the angst! Gimme moar!!!!!!!!



2. I just found out that the second lead in the upcoming Paradise Ranch, the drama that's the acting debut of Changmin from DBSK, is Joo Sang Woo. You may remember him from that little drama known as Giant. Yes, it's my baby Min Woo a.k.a. my favorite character in the drama. Seeing that JSW more than held his own against people like Lee Bum Soo in Giant (and in fact his and Miju's storyline expanded and expanded due to crazy popularity), I feel kinda bad for poor kpop idol Changmin - JSW is going to wipe the floor with him! It doesn't help that JSW looks like a man but Changmin looks all of 12 years old. Come on, are you telling me this boy is old enough to drive, let alone date anyone?



While I am being a cranky grandma, why don't you eat something and get clothes that fit?

And while we are on topic - why, oh why do idols get starring roles as their acting debuts, as a matter of right? WTF! Most of them can't act. I have no objection to them entering the acting biz but how about starting with small roles and learning a bit first? Why do I have to suffer through their learning curve? If you are not ready for a leading role, then you shouldn't be in it! There are a ton of excellent actors who never get leading roles or who take years to get one, but instead we are subjected to cardboard idols as leads who fail miserably. I mean - it's one thing to give a newbie a starring role when you are basing it on their chops - see Joo Won and Jung So Min - but they were presumably chosen based on their acting ability as they aren't idols - and they did a great job. I don't want kdramas to turn into jdramas so all the recent idol-drama stuff is making me unhappy. Sure, some idols do a good job even at the start (I loved Changmin's former bandmember Yoochun in SKKS) but that's an exception not the rule. Yup, skipping that one.

3. An upcoming drama I am excited for is 49 Days. The soul-swapping theme sounds interesting (more Who Are You than Secret Garden in this case), Jo Hyun Jae is sexy and manly and I adore Jung Il Woo (though I want him to have another leading role - talking of non-idols who should be starring in things). Lee Yo Won has always underwhelmed me but she's gorgeous. Plus, the writer is the writer of Brilliant Legacy and Prosecutor Princess, so what's not to love?

4. Ep 2 of Dream High fully put me into Hyemi/Jin Gook territory. Sorry, Kim Su Hyun! ILY and all, but you can't comete with his saving her from gangsters, and giving her motorcycle rides, and letting her cry into his helmet, and the fact that he remembers her from when they were both kids and she wept for him because his mother was going to dump him in an orphanage. Sorry. Go console yourself with glasses girl.

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