dangermousie: (JJH smile by miss_dian)
I am filled with glee. According to dramabeans, Joo Ji Hoon's next drama is a Korean version of a Japanese novel/movie Tokyo Tower, about a 20-something guy who falls for a 40-year old married lady (to be played by Kim Ji Soo).

*squee*

Mmmm, JJH (In Mawang. I'd post a rl picture, but let's face it, in rl his fashion sense is...interesting):



I have to say, whether you like JJH or not (I do), he certainly has a good taste in roles. He started out as Prince (not so) Charming in the adorable Goong, then played a serial killer in Mawang (if not for Legend, the drama that would occupy Top Drama From Anywhere slot in my heart), a cake shop owner in the gay trifle delight Antique Bakery, the title character in a musical play version of Don Juan and now this. :)

In other news, anyone watching The Story of a Man starring Park Yon Ha (On Air) and Park Shi Yeon (La Dolce Vita). It's written by the writer of the legendary Sandglass and Eyes of Dawn, as well as (more pertinent to me) my favorite drama ever, Legend. Crime, revenge, and business: here I come!

dangermousie: (JJH smile by miss_dian)
I am filled with glee. According to dramabeans, Joo Ji Hoon's next drama is a Korean version of a Japanese novel/movie Tokyo Tower, about a 20-something guy who falls for a 40-year old married lady (to be played by Kim Ji Soo).

*squee*

Mmmm, JJH (In Mawang. I'd post a rl picture, but let's face it, in rl his fashion sense is...interesting):



I have to say, whether you like JJH or not (I do), he certainly has a good taste in roles. He started out as Prince (not so) Charming in the adorable Goong, then played a serial killer in Mawang (if not for Legend, the drama that would occupy Top Drama From Anywhere slot in my heart), a cake shop owner in the gay trifle delight Antique Bakery, the title character in a musical play version of Don Juan and now this. :)

In other news, anyone watching The Story of a Man starring Park Yon Ha (On Air) and Park Shi Yeon (La Dolce Vita). It's written by the writer of the legendary Sandglass and Eyes of Dawn, as well as (more pertinent to me) my favorite drama ever, Legend. Crime, revenge, and business: here I come!

dangermousie: (JJH smile by miss_dian)
I am filled with glee. According to dramabeans, Joo Ji Hoon's next drama is a Korean version of a Japanese novel/movie Tokyo Tower, about a 20-something guy who falls for a 40-year old married lady (to be played by Kim Ji Soo).

*squee*

Mmmm, JJH (In Mawang. I'd post a rl picture, but let's face it, in rl his fashion sense is...interesting):



I have to say, whether you like JJH or not (I do), he certainly has a good taste in roles. He started out as Prince (not so) Charming in the adorable Goong, then played a serial killer in Mawang (if not for Legend, the drama that would occupy Top Drama From Anywhere slot in my heart), a cake shop owner in the gay trifle delight Antique Bakery, the title character in a musical play version of Don Juan and now this. :)

In other news, anyone watching The Story of a Man starring Park Yon Ha (On Air) and Park Shi Yeon (La Dolce Vita). It's written by the writer of the legendary Sandglass and Eyes of Dawn, as well as (more pertinent to me) my favorite drama ever, Legend. Crime, revenge, and business: here I come!

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OK, apparently there is a live action Honey and Clover movie that came out earlier in the year. How come no one on my flist alerted me to it? You have failed me, flist :D I want to watch it, though not for 50+ bucks as that is what the super-duper shiny version on ebay with twenty-eight kinds of subtitles and spiffy cover costs. I’ll wait a bit.

Honey and Clover movie summary )

In j-movie vein, are Love Complex and Tokyo Tower worth watching? Keeping in mind I have not read the manga for the former and the novel (?) for the latter.

I have finally watched all the subbed eps of Wallflower. I liked them tremendously, but am very upset they left out my favorite storyline from the manga: the one where Sunako gets posessed by the serial-killer s&m (but ladylike) ghost. And chains all the boys up in the dungeon and Kyouhei manages to escape and in order to exorcise the ghost, kisses Sunako because he knows that would freak her out so much from the contact with the ‘creatures of light’ (in the manga, that’s their first kiss). And then ends up carrying the now-unconscious Sunako up the weirdo stairs. It’s shippy and awesome and fun. Hmmm, I wonder if they left it out because the anime is somewhat more family-friendly? Though they seem to be moving storylines around a lot, order-wise, for some reason, so I guess there’s still hope :D

But anyway, the bulk of this post is going to be about ep. 8 of Nobuta Wo Produce. Which I ended up loving. The meta is going to be largely Shuji centric *gasp* because finally, 8 eps in, I’ve fallen for him (I didn’t dislike him before, just wasn’t particularly interested).

Akira…shock. I am actually doing a Shuji meta )
dangermousie: (Default)
OK, apparently there is a live action Honey and Clover movie that came out earlier in the year. How come no one on my flist alerted me to it? You have failed me, flist :D I want to watch it, though not for 50+ bucks as that is what the super-duper shiny version on ebay with twenty-eight kinds of subtitles and spiffy cover costs. I’ll wait a bit.

Honey and Clover movie summary )

In j-movie vein, are Love Complex and Tokyo Tower worth watching? Keeping in mind I have not read the manga for the former and the novel (?) for the latter.

I have finally watched all the subbed eps of Wallflower. I liked them tremendously, but am very upset they left out my favorite storyline from the manga: the one where Sunako gets posessed by the serial-killer s&m (but ladylike) ghost. And chains all the boys up in the dungeon and Kyouhei manages to escape and in order to exorcise the ghost, kisses Sunako because he knows that would freak her out so much from the contact with the ‘creatures of light’ (in the manga, that’s their first kiss). And then ends up carrying the now-unconscious Sunako up the weirdo stairs. It’s shippy and awesome and fun. Hmmm, I wonder if they left it out because the anime is somewhat more family-friendly? Though they seem to be moving storylines around a lot, order-wise, for some reason, so I guess there’s still hope :D

But anyway, the bulk of this post is going to be about ep. 8 of Nobuta Wo Produce. Which I ended up loving. The meta is going to be largely Shuji centric *gasp* because finally, 8 eps in, I’ve fallen for him (I didn’t dislike him before, just wasn’t particularly interested).

Akira…shock. I am actually doing a Shuji meta )
dangermousie: (Default)
OK, apparently there is a live action Honey and Clover movie that came out earlier in the year. How come no one on my flist alerted me to it? You have failed me, flist :D I want to watch it, though not for 50+ bucks as that is what the super-duper shiny version on ebay with twenty-eight kinds of subtitles and spiffy cover costs. I’ll wait a bit.

Honey and Clover movie summary )

In j-movie vein, are Love Complex and Tokyo Tower worth watching? Keeping in mind I have not read the manga for the former and the novel (?) for the latter.

I have finally watched all the subbed eps of Wallflower. I liked them tremendously, but am very upset they left out my favorite storyline from the manga: the one where Sunako gets posessed by the serial-killer s&m (but ladylike) ghost. And chains all the boys up in the dungeon and Kyouhei manages to escape and in order to exorcise the ghost, kisses Sunako because he knows that would freak her out so much from the contact with the ‘creatures of light’ (in the manga, that’s their first kiss). And then ends up carrying the now-unconscious Sunako up the weirdo stairs. It’s shippy and awesome and fun. Hmmm, I wonder if they left it out because the anime is somewhat more family-friendly? Though they seem to be moving storylines around a lot, order-wise, for some reason, so I guess there’s still hope :D

But anyway, the bulk of this post is going to be about ep. 8 of Nobuta Wo Produce. Which I ended up loving. The meta is going to be largely Shuji centric *gasp* because finally, 8 eps in, I’ve fallen for him (I didn’t dislike him before, just wasn’t particularly interested).

Akira…shock. I am actually doing a Shuji meta )

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