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Sweet Scandal, the drama that seemingly replaced Poseidon on SBS schedule, has as its rumored cast Lee Seo Jin, Park Shi Hoo and Yoon Eun Hye.

Permit me a brief moment to hyperventilate.

I have adored YEH since Goong, which was one of my earliest dramas, her warm vibe, sheer likeability and impeccable comic timing makes even a badly-made drama like My Fair Lady much more bearable than it otherwise would have been and when she has worthwhile material - oh boy!

Park Shi Hoo is notorious for stealing the show from underneath the leading men (when he's playing second lead) and his reputation is well-deserved but if there is a leading man who can hold his own against someone as magnetic as PSH, it is Lee Seo Jin who, in addition to being one of the most effortlessly masculine kdrama guys out there, is IMO one of the best kdrama actors - fierce and magnetic. I've loved him in every single thing I've seen him in, period or contemporary. Plus, he always has wicked chemistry with his leading ladies.

The writer is giving me a bit of a pause - he or she wrote the atrocious Heading to the Ground. But I am going to hold out hope he/she has improved since then or HTTG was a fluke.

Even with a flawed writer, this is still miles more interesting to me than Poseidon which deals with a topic that bores me to death (coast guard - blah) and has a cast which leaves me cold (KKW holds no interest for me. Eric had one great performance in QSS but a series of mediocre performances otherwise, and anything that keeps Yunho and his attempts at "acting" off my screen is a good thing).

So hooray!

Now, give me What's Up!
dangermousie: (Default)
Sweet Scandal, the drama that seemingly replaced Poseidon on SBS schedule, has as its rumored cast Lee Seo Jin, Park Shi Hoo and Yoon Eun Hye.

Permit me a brief moment to hyperventilate.

I have adored YEH since Goong, which was one of my earliest dramas, her warm vibe, sheer likeability and impeccable comic timing makes even a badly-made drama like My Fair Lady much more bearable than it otherwise would have been and when she has worthwhile material - oh boy!

Park Shi Hoo is notorious for stealing the show from underneath the leading men (when he's playing second lead) and his reputation is well-deserved but if there is a leading man who can hold his own against someone as magnetic as PSH, it is Lee Seo Jin who, in addition to being one of the most effortlessly masculine kdrama guys out there, is IMO one of the best kdrama actors - fierce and magnetic. I've loved him in every single thing I've seen him in, period or contemporary. Plus, he always has wicked chemistry with his leading ladies.

The writer is giving me a bit of a pause - he or she wrote the atrocious Heading to the Ground. But I am going to hold out hope he/she has improved since then or HTTG was a fluke.

Even with a flawed writer, this is still miles more interesting to me than Poseidon which deals with a topic that bores me to death (coast guard - blah) and has a cast which leaves me cold (KKW holds no interest for me. Eric had one great performance in QSS but a series of mediocre performances otherwise, and anything that keeps Yunho and his attempts at "acting" off my screen is a good thing).

So hooray!

Now, give me What's Up!
dangermousie: (Default)
Sweet Scandal, the drama that seemingly replaced Poseidon on SBS schedule, has as its rumored cast Lee Seo Jin, Park Shi Hoo and Yoon Eun Hye.

Permit me a brief moment to hyperventilate.

I have adored YEH since Goong, which was one of my earliest dramas, her warm vibe, sheer likeability and impeccable comic timing makes even a badly-made drama like My Fair Lady much more bearable than it otherwise would have been and when she has worthwhile material - oh boy!

Park Shi Hoo is notorious for stealing the show from underneath the leading men (when he's playing second lead) and his reputation is well-deserved but if there is a leading man who can hold his own against someone as magnetic as PSH, it is Lee Seo Jin who, in addition to being one of the most effortlessly masculine kdrama guys out there, is IMO one of the best kdrama actors - fierce and magnetic. I've loved him in every single thing I've seen him in, period or contemporary. Plus, he always has wicked chemistry with his leading ladies.

The writer is giving me a bit of a pause - he or she wrote the atrocious Heading to the Ground. But I am going to hold out hope he/she has improved since then or HTTG was a fluke.

Even with a flawed writer, this is still miles more interesting to me than Poseidon which deals with a topic that bores me to death (coast guard - blah) and has a cast which leaves me cold (KKW holds no interest for me. Eric had one great performance in QSS but a series of mediocre performances otherwise, and anything that keeps Yunho and his attempts at "acting" off my screen is a good thing).

So hooray!

Now, give me What's Up!

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