dangermousie: (ALTK by alexandral)
1. I had a really long and complicated dream about the end of IRIS. Can you say 'obsessed?' Subs are out through ep 18 so I am debating whether to save them until this week's final eps so I know how it ends, or goble it now.

2. Someday reminded me of my Kim Min Joon love so next drama to check out is In-soon is pretty. Yeah, I know about the bipolar script, but I am used to that with Bollywood and any drama that has both KMJ and Lee Wan in it would have to be beyond horrific for me not to check it out at least.



3. Still obsessing over Someday. My discs for eps 13-16 aren't due from Netflix until Wednesday and I can't wait that long so...yup, am obsessed. I loved this scene with Haeyoung and Seokman. I loved that Seokman's self-destructive breakdown is finally over and he is back to a (modified) version of himself. I feel for Haeyoung and her anger - her artist is incapacitated and her writer has just come to quit. That is why they say dating in the workplace never works :)




I got shudders when Seokman said that he is willing to go into debt if he needs to pay damages to her. Argh not again. I am sure that won't be necessary but - yikes. And of course he believes he should not see Hana again because of what happened when he was on his little trip to insanityland - you know, it was a horrible scene, but if he was less nice and had more self-esteem (or at least some self-esteem - hopefully he is going to regrow it) then he'd just find Hana and apologize - grovel if necessary. But he is so used to think of himself as nothing that he sort of automatically jumps into the morass of guilt and viewing himself as undeserving of even seeking forgiveness.

Oddly, I don't feel angry at Go for not telling Seokman of Hana's injury. It's not because he is carrying out Hana's wishes (since when did it ever stop him) or even to prevent them from meeting again, I think, but because he wantt to share some very personal experience with her that Seokman hasn't. And that's a bit sad.
dangermousie: (ALTK by alexandral)
1. I had a really long and complicated dream about the end of IRIS. Can you say 'obsessed?' Subs are out through ep 18 so I am debating whether to save them until this week's final eps so I know how it ends, or goble it now.

2. Someday reminded me of my Kim Min Joon love so next drama to check out is In-soon is pretty. Yeah, I know about the bipolar script, but I am used to that with Bollywood and any drama that has both KMJ and Lee Wan in it would have to be beyond horrific for me not to check it out at least.



3. Still obsessing over Someday. My discs for eps 13-16 aren't due from Netflix until Wednesday and I can't wait that long so...yup, am obsessed. I loved this scene with Haeyoung and Seokman. I loved that Seokman's self-destructive breakdown is finally over and he is back to a (modified) version of himself. I feel for Haeyoung and her anger - her artist is incapacitated and her writer has just come to quit. That is why they say dating in the workplace never works :)




I got shudders when Seokman said that he is willing to go into debt if he needs to pay damages to her. Argh not again. I am sure that won't be necessary but - yikes. And of course he believes he should not see Hana again because of what happened when he was on his little trip to insanityland - you know, it was a horrible scene, but if he was less nice and had more self-esteem (or at least some self-esteem - hopefully he is going to regrow it) then he'd just find Hana and apologize - grovel if necessary. But he is so used to think of himself as nothing that he sort of automatically jumps into the morass of guilt and viewing himself as undeserving of even seeking forgiveness.

Oddly, I don't feel angry at Go for not telling Seokman of Hana's injury. It's not because he is carrying out Hana's wishes (since when did it ever stop him) or even to prevent them from meeting again, I think, but because he wantt to share some very personal experience with her that Seokman hasn't. And that's a bit sad.
dangermousie: (ALTK by alexandral)
1. I had a really long and complicated dream about the end of IRIS. Can you say 'obsessed?' Subs are out through ep 18 so I am debating whether to save them until this week's final eps so I know how it ends, or goble it now.

2. Someday reminded me of my Kim Min Joon love so next drama to check out is In-soon is pretty. Yeah, I know about the bipolar script, but I am used to that with Bollywood and any drama that has both KMJ and Lee Wan in it would have to be beyond horrific for me not to check it out at least.



3. Still obsessing over Someday. My discs for eps 13-16 aren't due from Netflix until Wednesday and I can't wait that long so...yup, am obsessed. I loved this scene with Haeyoung and Seokman. I loved that Seokman's self-destructive breakdown is finally over and he is back to a (modified) version of himself. I feel for Haeyoung and her anger - her artist is incapacitated and her writer has just come to quit. That is why they say dating in the workplace never works :)




I got shudders when Seokman said that he is willing to go into debt if he needs to pay damages to her. Argh not again. I am sure that won't be necessary but - yikes. And of course he believes he should not see Hana again because of what happened when he was on his little trip to insanityland - you know, it was a horrible scene, but if he was less nice and had more self-esteem (or at least some self-esteem - hopefully he is going to regrow it) then he'd just find Hana and apologize - grovel if necessary. But he is so used to think of himself as nothing that he sort of automatically jumps into the morass of guilt and viewing himself as undeserving of even seeking forgiveness.

Oddly, I don't feel angry at Go for not telling Seokman of Hana's injury. It's not because he is carrying out Hana's wishes (since when did it ever stop him) or even to prevent them from meeting again, I think, but because he wantt to share some very personal experience with her that Seokman hasn't. And that's a bit sad.
dangermousie: (Full House: HEA)
Has anyone heard/been watching kdrama In-Soon Is Pretty, starring Kim Hyun Joo, Kim Min Joon, and Lee Wan?

I am rather exctied as not only do I adore Lee Wan, I am giddy to see a male lead (KMJ) who is yummily and clearly in his mid thirties, at least (as opposed to jdramas, where I feel like a borderline cradlerobber, with the actors barely in their early twenties) :P

Plus, the plot sounds awesome. KHJ plays our heroine, In-Soon, who ends up serving a jail term due to accidentally causing a death of a class-mate while she was in high school. Formerly confident, outgoing, and complimented on her striking looks, In-Soon now is shy and unable to interact well. And then her paths cross with KMJ, someone she used to know before everything, who is now a journalist. And it goes from there. WithS2 is subbing. Some pics:

Pics )




In other news, these three pics of ISWAK 2 make me gleeful. Apparently Ariel is training to be a nurse and can’t do injections at all, so Joe allows her to practice on him (!!!!) If this ain’t love, what is?

Pics )
dangermousie: (Full House: HEA)
Has anyone heard/been watching kdrama In-Soon Is Pretty, starring Kim Hyun Joo, Kim Min Joon, and Lee Wan?

I am rather exctied as not only do I adore Lee Wan, I am giddy to see a male lead (KMJ) who is yummily and clearly in his mid thirties, at least (as opposed to jdramas, where I feel like a borderline cradlerobber, with the actors barely in their early twenties) :P

Plus, the plot sounds awesome. KHJ plays our heroine, In-Soon, who ends up serving a jail term due to accidentally causing a death of a class-mate while she was in high school. Formerly confident, outgoing, and complimented on her striking looks, In-Soon now is shy and unable to interact well. And then her paths cross with KMJ, someone she used to know before everything, who is now a journalist. And it goes from there. WithS2 is subbing. Some pics:

Pics )




In other news, these three pics of ISWAK 2 make me gleeful. Apparently Ariel is training to be a nurse and can’t do injections at all, so Joe allows her to practice on him (!!!!) If this ain’t love, what is?

Pics )
dangermousie: (Full House: HEA)
Has anyone heard/been watching kdrama In-Soon Is Pretty, starring Kim Hyun Joo, Kim Min Joon, and Lee Wan?

I am rather exctied as not only do I adore Lee Wan, I am giddy to see a male lead (KMJ) who is yummily and clearly in his mid thirties, at least (as opposed to jdramas, where I feel like a borderline cradlerobber, with the actors barely in their early twenties) :P

Plus, the plot sounds awesome. KHJ plays our heroine, In-Soon, who ends up serving a jail term due to accidentally causing a death of a class-mate while she was in high school. Formerly confident, outgoing, and complimented on her striking looks, In-Soon now is shy and unable to interact well. And then her paths cross with KMJ, someone she used to know before everything, who is now a journalist. And it goes from there. WithS2 is subbing. Some pics:

Pics )




In other news, these three pics of ISWAK 2 make me gleeful. Apparently Ariel is training to be a nurse and can’t do injections at all, so Joe allows her to practice on him (!!!!) If this ain’t love, what is?

Pics )

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