dangermousie: (Gisaeng)


I just realized I never posted anything about the ending of one of my favorite dramas of the year, New Tales of the Gisaeng. While my obsession with it cooled down a lot after ep 40 or so, when Damo and Saran got married and were blissfully happy, despite needing to win his grinchy father's approval (because that really was not that crucial. Her finding her birth parents was more important but still, not that much as long as she had someone who'd love her for her and unconditionally and she had that with Damo), I ended up loving it from beginning to end. There were a couple of eps near the end which were wtf (ghosts? really?) but overall, it was such a lovely lovely ride. Damo and Saran are one of my all-time favorite OTPs - so functional together, so broken apart. And what NTOTG did, which a lot of dramas do not, is give us enough time and space to show them happy as well as the happy fates of all other characters we've grown to love.

A lot of caps from the last ep )
dangermousie: (Gisaeng)


I just realized I never posted anything about the ending of one of my favorite dramas of the year, New Tales of the Gisaeng. While my obsession with it cooled down a lot after ep 40 or so, when Damo and Saran got married and were blissfully happy, despite needing to win his grinchy father's approval (because that really was not that crucial. Her finding her birth parents was more important but still, not that much as long as she had someone who'd love her for her and unconditionally and she had that with Damo), I ended up loving it from beginning to end. There were a couple of eps near the end which were wtf (ghosts? really?) but overall, it was such a lovely lovely ride. Damo and Saran are one of my all-time favorite OTPs - so functional together, so broken apart. And what NTOTG did, which a lot of dramas do not, is give us enough time and space to show them happy as well as the happy fates of all other characters we've grown to love.

A lot of caps from the last ep )
dangermousie: (Gisaeng)


I just realized I never posted anything about the ending of one of my favorite dramas of the year, New Tales of the Gisaeng. While my obsession with it cooled down a lot after ep 40 or so, when Damo and Saran got married and were blissfully happy, despite needing to win his grinchy father's approval (because that really was not that crucial. Her finding her birth parents was more important but still, not that much as long as she had someone who'd love her for her and unconditionally and she had that with Damo), I ended up loving it from beginning to end. There were a couple of eps near the end which were wtf (ghosts? really?) but overall, it was such a lovely lovely ride. Damo and Saran are one of my all-time favorite OTPs - so functional together, so broken apart. And what NTOTG did, which a lot of dramas do not, is give us enough time and space to show them happy as well as the happy fates of all other characters we've grown to love.

A lot of caps from the last ep )
dangermousie: (HGD hug by miss-dian)
Some of you may remember my obsessing over period cdrama Four Women Conflict back in the spring.

I finally had to stop midway through because it was too angsty and overwrought even for me to take in one sitting. I mean it. FWC makes the most overwrought, makjang kdrama seem like a cheery slice-of-life romcom.



But of course, I cannot stay away for long, so I continue my foray in the world of the angstiest, most star-crossed lovers ever, the whole town full of psychos (I literally want everyone in this dead except for Playboy/Heroine) and, especially, Puppy Killer. We cannot forget Puppy Killer!



Also, I'd say that this drama gives me the worst, miserable wedding ever (courtesy of the psycho mom of Playboy) but that is not true because the winner for that title is heroine's first wedding. At least she is not married off against her will to a disgusting abuser who sells her off to a rapist on the wedding night.

Yeah, it's that type of cheery drama.

What I really want is for the heroine to snap and go on a murderous rampage through the town. I am sure Playboy will help.
dangermousie: (HGD hug by miss-dian)
Some of you may remember my obsessing over period cdrama Four Women Conflict back in the spring.

I finally had to stop midway through because it was too angsty and overwrought even for me to take in one sitting. I mean it. FWC makes the most overwrought, makjang kdrama seem like a cheery slice-of-life romcom.



But of course, I cannot stay away for long, so I continue my foray in the world of the angstiest, most star-crossed lovers ever, the whole town full of psychos (I literally want everyone in this dead except for Playboy/Heroine) and, especially, Puppy Killer. We cannot forget Puppy Killer!



Also, I'd say that this drama gives me the worst, miserable wedding ever (courtesy of the psycho mom of Playboy) but that is not true because the winner for that title is heroine's first wedding. At least she is not married off against her will to a disgusting abuser who sells her off to a rapist on the wedding night.

Yeah, it's that type of cheery drama.

What I really want is for the heroine to snap and go on a murderous rampage through the town. I am sure Playboy will help.
dangermousie: (HGD hug by miss-dian)
Some of you may remember my obsessing over period cdrama Four Women Conflict back in the spring.

I finally had to stop midway through because it was too angsty and overwrought even for me to take in one sitting. I mean it. FWC makes the most overwrought, makjang kdrama seem like a cheery slice-of-life romcom.



But of course, I cannot stay away for long, so I continue my foray in the world of the angstiest, most star-crossed lovers ever, the whole town full of psychos (I literally want everyone in this dead except for Playboy/Heroine) and, especially, Puppy Killer. We cannot forget Puppy Killer!



Also, I'd say that this drama gives me the worst, miserable wedding ever (courtesy of the psycho mom of Playboy) but that is not true because the winner for that title is heroine's first wedding. At least she is not married off against her will to a disgusting abuser who sells her off to a rapist on the wedding night.

Yeah, it's that type of cheery drama.

What I really want is for the heroine to snap and go on a murderous rampage through the town. I am sure Playboy will help.
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
OMFG EVERY OTHER DRAMA IS ON HOLD



asjsunjujrcfgvuhjdkrujfkmhjgfkgjhfkhgkfhg I am literally making barely human noises because I just got my hands on The Stories of the Han. What is it? It's a 50 ep cdrama from 2005 all about Xiang Yu (and Liu Bang, of course). My obsession Hu Jun (OMG have you seen him in Demi Gods and Semi Devils) plays Xiang Yu. And there is a lot of shippy stuff with him and Consort Yu. Check out this MV (spoils for ultimate fate of Consort Yu in case you didn't know it already).



Horse-riding! Her riding to his battles! Rescues from fiery death! Coed naked bathing! Hurt/comfort! Swords everywhere! OMFG it's everything I want in an otp.

aaodgjhuikfunjgyjgdkmgyufktvfhjfkjhkfhfkh

I have been obsessed with them as an OTP since I saw them as the secondary pairing in The Myth (scene which literally gave me hysterics bad enough to make me puke involved them). To have a whole drama where it's a big part of the storyline - I am going to die of hyperventilation!

For anyone who needs a quick primer - Xiang Yu was a legendary general who overthrew the Qin Empire. Eventually he and his one-time ally Liu Bang became fell out about who should rule China and got into a major civil war. Considering that Liu Bang is styled "Father of the Han," you can figure out who won that one. Concubine Yu was Xiang Yu's consort and a legendary beauty. Their love story is the basis of a lot of art, including "Farewell My Concubine," the opera which gave the title to the famous movie.

Here is a VERY spoilery scene from the drama. OMFG this is going to be my obsession, isn't it? I am already sniffling just from the clip.



This is going to tide me over nicely until the Feng Shao Feng/Liu Yi Fei movie airs. And the Chen Jian Bing drama. And the Daniel Wu/Yang Mi movie. (Not that I am complaining, but why the sudden movie/drama obsession with Xiang Yu?).
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
OMFG EVERY OTHER DRAMA IS ON HOLD



asjsunjujrcfgvuhjdkrujfkmhjgfkgjhfkhgkfhg I am literally making barely human noises because I just got my hands on The Stories of the Han. What is it? It's a 50 ep cdrama from 2005 all about Xiang Yu (and Liu Bang, of course). My obsession Hu Jun (OMG have you seen him in Demi Gods and Semi Devils) plays Xiang Yu. And there is a lot of shippy stuff with him and Consort Yu. Check out this MV (spoils for ultimate fate of Consort Yu in case you didn't know it already).



Horse-riding! Her riding to his battles! Rescues from fiery death! Coed naked bathing! Hurt/comfort! Swords everywhere! OMFG it's everything I want in an otp.

aaodgjhuikfunjgyjgdkmgyufktvfhjfkjhkfhfkh

I have been obsessed with them as an OTP since I saw them as the secondary pairing in The Myth (scene which literally gave me hysterics bad enough to make me puke involved them). To have a whole drama where it's a big part of the storyline - I am going to die of hyperventilation!

For anyone who needs a quick primer - Xiang Yu was a legendary general who overthrew the Qin Empire. Eventually he and his one-time ally Liu Bang became fell out about who should rule China and got into a major civil war. Considering that Liu Bang is styled "Father of the Han," you can figure out who won that one. Concubine Yu was Xiang Yu's consort and a legendary beauty. Their love story is the basis of a lot of art, including "Farewell My Concubine," the opera which gave the title to the famous movie.

Here is a VERY spoilery scene from the drama. OMFG this is going to be my obsession, isn't it? I am already sniffling just from the clip.



This is going to tide me over nicely until the Feng Shao Feng/Liu Yi Fei movie airs. And the Chen Jian Bing drama. And the Daniel Wu/Yang Mi movie. (Not that I am complaining, but why the sudden movie/drama obsession with Xiang Yu?).
dangermousie: (Hu Ge by kycoo)
OMFG EVERY OTHER DRAMA IS ON HOLD



asjsunjujrcfgvuhjdkrujfkmhjgfkgjhfkhgkfhg I am literally making barely human noises because I just got my hands on The Stories of the Han. What is it? It's a 50 ep cdrama from 2005 all about Xiang Yu (and Liu Bang, of course). My obsession Hu Jun (OMG have you seen him in Demi Gods and Semi Devils) plays Xiang Yu. And there is a lot of shippy stuff with him and Consort Yu. Check out this MV (spoils for ultimate fate of Consort Yu in case you didn't know it already).



Horse-riding! Her riding to his battles! Rescues from fiery death! Coed naked bathing! Hurt/comfort! Swords everywhere! OMFG it's everything I want in an otp.

aaodgjhuikfunjgyjgdkmgyufktvfhjfkjhkfhfkh

I have been obsessed with them as an OTP since I saw them as the secondary pairing in The Myth (scene which literally gave me hysterics bad enough to make me puke involved them). To have a whole drama where it's a big part of the storyline - I am going to die of hyperventilation!

For anyone who needs a quick primer - Xiang Yu was a legendary general who overthrew the Qin Empire. Eventually he and his one-time ally Liu Bang became fell out about who should rule China and got into a major civil war. Considering that Liu Bang is styled "Father of the Han," you can figure out who won that one. Concubine Yu was Xiang Yu's consort and a legendary beauty. Their love story is the basis of a lot of art, including "Farewell My Concubine," the opera which gave the title to the famous movie.

Here is a VERY spoilery scene from the drama. OMFG this is going to be my obsession, isn't it? I am already sniffling just from the clip.



This is going to tide me over nicely until the Feng Shao Feng/Liu Yi Fei movie airs. And the Chen Jian Bing drama. And the Daniel Wu/Yang Mi movie. (Not that I am complaining, but why the sudden movie/drama obsession with Xiang Yu?).
dangermousie: (Gisaeng)


Ep 27 had one of my favorite sequences! No prizes for guessing which one.

If dysfunction were currency, those two would own the world )

Seriously, their relationship dynamics are so beyond screwed up.
dangermousie: (Gisaeng)


Ep 27 had one of my favorite sequences! No prizes for guessing which one.

If dysfunction were currency, those two would own the world )

Seriously, their relationship dynamics are so beyond screwed up.
dangermousie: (Gisaeng)


Ep 27 had one of my favorite sequences! No prizes for guessing which one.

If dysfunction were currency, those two would own the world )

Seriously, their relationship dynamics are so beyond screwed up.
dangermousie: (Gloria - KS/JJ prelude to a kiss by time)




I kept thinking about Gisaeng at random intervals all day (which is why I am posting this and not watching 49 Days, for example). You know, even though Saran is pushing her happiness away with both hands (as everyone is telling her), I cannot blame her for it. Her choice to stay in the gisaeng house instead of leaving with Damo is not a rational one (because, even if she didn't love him, and she does, it's better than her current occupation) but she is not currently in any state to be rational - she found that everything about her very identity has been a lie, including things like her proper name and birthday. To make matters worse, it came right on the heels of Damo telling her he never cared for her. Not only did she find out her existence is a lie, she learned in short order that people closest to her and ones who acted as if they cared the most for her (her parents, her boyfriend), lied and lied and lied. It's as if there is nothing she can trust and everything can change without a second's notice. No wonder she doesn't want to come out of her self-imposed cocoon - she's given up expecting happiness so that she won't get her heart broken and she doesn't want to risk anything again. She tells Damo that she's barely holding it together as is and she couldn't take anything else. I think Damo does get it, too - even if she didn't enter gisaeng house because of him, it is partially his fault - she would have never learned the truth about her parentage if he didn't leave her (because stepmom would be so happy about her marrying up, she'd treat her as a queen) and even if somehow she did, she would have some support.



I love his response to her question about whether the price of having dating her is not too high (entering gisaeng house, looking for her parents, going against his own etc) and he replies: "No, that is the price for betraying you twice." I looooove that scene. (I presume by 'twice' he includes back in ep 5 (???) when he propositioned her, though I am not sure how it's a betrayal. Crass maybe, but a betrayal? Though I suppose he means betrayal of her expectations in him). Btw, I really loved the scene where she told him if he wants to be with her he can raise her hair (it's a gisaeng thing where he can make her his official mistress and get her an apartment and accounts). It's such a reverse mirror of that early scene where he propositioned her and she was so offended and appalled. And now she's the one offering her body and he's the one telling her to forget it, he'll marry her properly or nothing. Just as well, Saran must really not be thinking at all - how does she think it will work? His parents would have a fit if he married an orphan gisaeng, but does she think they'd have less of a fit if their only son (and an unmarried one at that) set up an official mistress? Yeah, right.

Oh, and this scene totally cracked me up - he tells her working all these menial tasks made him really get into perfect physical shape so they should get married asap so as to take advantage of that. Ahahahahaha. Damo is just so oddball sometimes.





Hey, his parents seem to be dead-set on grandkids, so clearly his future wife's n1 job will be to basically stay in bed with him forever and be very diligent about it, which doesn't sound too bad :P
dangermousie: (Gloria - KS/JJ prelude to a kiss by time)




I kept thinking about Gisaeng at random intervals all day (which is why I am posting this and not watching 49 Days, for example). You know, even though Saran is pushing her happiness away with both hands (as everyone is telling her), I cannot blame her for it. Her choice to stay in the gisaeng house instead of leaving with Damo is not a rational one (because, even if she didn't love him, and she does, it's better than her current occupation) but she is not currently in any state to be rational - she found that everything about her very identity has been a lie, including things like her proper name and birthday. To make matters worse, it came right on the heels of Damo telling her he never cared for her. Not only did she find out her existence is a lie, she learned in short order that people closest to her and ones who acted as if they cared the most for her (her parents, her boyfriend), lied and lied and lied. It's as if there is nothing she can trust and everything can change without a second's notice. No wonder she doesn't want to come out of her self-imposed cocoon - she's given up expecting happiness so that she won't get her heart broken and she doesn't want to risk anything again. She tells Damo that she's barely holding it together as is and she couldn't take anything else. I think Damo does get it, too - even if she didn't enter gisaeng house because of him, it is partially his fault - she would have never learned the truth about her parentage if he didn't leave her (because stepmom would be so happy about her marrying up, she'd treat her as a queen) and even if somehow she did, she would have some support.



I love his response to her question about whether the price of having dating her is not too high (entering gisaeng house, looking for her parents, going against his own etc) and he replies: "No, that is the price for betraying you twice." I looooove that scene. (I presume by 'twice' he includes back in ep 5 (???) when he propositioned her, though I am not sure how it's a betrayal. Crass maybe, but a betrayal? Though I suppose he means betrayal of her expectations in him). Btw, I really loved the scene where she told him if he wants to be with her he can raise her hair (it's a gisaeng thing where he can make her his official mistress and get her an apartment and accounts). It's such a reverse mirror of that early scene where he propositioned her and she was so offended and appalled. And now she's the one offering her body and he's the one telling her to forget it, he'll marry her properly or nothing. Just as well, Saran must really not be thinking at all - how does she think it will work? His parents would have a fit if he married an orphan gisaeng, but does she think they'd have less of a fit if their only son (and an unmarried one at that) set up an official mistress? Yeah, right.

Oh, and this scene totally cracked me up - he tells her working all these menial tasks made him really get into perfect physical shape so they should get married asap so as to take advantage of that. Ahahahahaha. Damo is just so oddball sometimes.





Hey, his parents seem to be dead-set on grandkids, so clearly his future wife's n1 job will be to basically stay in bed with him forever and be very diligent about it, which doesn't sound too bad :P
dangermousie: (Gloria - KS/JJ prelude to a kiss by time)




I kept thinking about Gisaeng at random intervals all day (which is why I am posting this and not watching 49 Days, for example). You know, even though Saran is pushing her happiness away with both hands (as everyone is telling her), I cannot blame her for it. Her choice to stay in the gisaeng house instead of leaving with Damo is not a rational one (because, even if she didn't love him, and she does, it's better than her current occupation) but she is not currently in any state to be rational - she found that everything about her very identity has been a lie, including things like her proper name and birthday. To make matters worse, it came right on the heels of Damo telling her he never cared for her. Not only did she find out her existence is a lie, she learned in short order that people closest to her and ones who acted as if they cared the most for her (her parents, her boyfriend), lied and lied and lied. It's as if there is nothing she can trust and everything can change without a second's notice. No wonder she doesn't want to come out of her self-imposed cocoon - she's given up expecting happiness so that she won't get her heart broken and she doesn't want to risk anything again. She tells Damo that she's barely holding it together as is and she couldn't take anything else. I think Damo does get it, too - even if she didn't enter gisaeng house because of him, it is partially his fault - she would have never learned the truth about her parentage if he didn't leave her (because stepmom would be so happy about her marrying up, she'd treat her as a queen) and even if somehow she did, she would have some support.



I love his response to her question about whether the price of having dating her is not too high (entering gisaeng house, looking for her parents, going against his own etc) and he replies: "No, that is the price for betraying you twice." I looooove that scene. (I presume by 'twice' he includes back in ep 5 (???) when he propositioned her, though I am not sure how it's a betrayal. Crass maybe, but a betrayal? Though I suppose he means betrayal of her expectations in him). Btw, I really loved the scene where she told him if he wants to be with her he can raise her hair (it's a gisaeng thing where he can make her his official mistress and get her an apartment and accounts). It's such a reverse mirror of that early scene where he propositioned her and she was so offended and appalled. And now she's the one offering her body and he's the one telling her to forget it, he'll marry her properly or nothing. Just as well, Saran must really not be thinking at all - how does she think it will work? His parents would have a fit if he married an orphan gisaeng, but does she think they'd have less of a fit if their only son (and an unmarried one at that) set up an official mistress? Yeah, right.

Oh, and this scene totally cracked me up - he tells her working all these menial tasks made him really get into perfect physical shape so they should get married asap so as to take advantage of that. Ahahahahaha. Damo is just so oddball sometimes.





Hey, his parents seem to be dead-set on grandkids, so clearly his future wife's n1 job will be to basically stay in bed with him forever and be very diligent about it, which doesn't sound too bad :P
dangermousie: (Aishiteiru)
Honestly, by now, I am about ready for Damo to take a lesson from a Thai lakorn and kidnap Saran until she sees sense. According to lakorns, locking up a pissed-off woman somewhere always seems to work and lurve blossoms. They usually throw in some raping too, but that would probably be going just a tad overboard. :P



Seriously, woman! You still love him, you don't enjoy being a gisaeng (duh!), he is hot and rich and madly besotted, and you are finally beginning to believe that he's serious. So WTF are you still doing in the freaking gisaeng house? I mean, are you enjoying being a martyr or something? I mean, if he knows you are a foundling with no birth family who gets groped by drunks for a living and still wants to marry you, what's with the whole "oooooh, lots of people will suffer if we hook up" routine? You won't suffer. Your creeptastic adopted family certainly won't, and clearly your wannabe hubby will be happy as a lark. Yeah, his parents will most certainly be mad, but putting possible rage fits of two people you've never met over your own happiness and happiness of the other party in the proposed marriage is sort of willfully masochistic. Yes, I know that family and status and respectability are all crucial in the culture/society but come on. *rolls eyes*

Her little "but what if you divorce me later" reasoning to him is also psychotic. As he points out (because by that point he's realized telling her he won't is pointless), if they get divorced, she's going to get enough alimony that she will never have to work for a day in her life. Seriously - what is your deal, woman? Argh.

Grrrrr. Saran. Snap out of it, woman! I am not even getting into the whole "I shall get devirginized by gross old dude so guy I am actually into will dump me" territory. That's taking "dumping him/her for his own good" drama cliche into hitherto unknown territory of insane dysfunction. What next, making a sex tape of the event and sending him a copy? Now, that would be pretty entertaining.

Some caps and things )

You know, to think that I only checked out Gisaeng because the lead guy looked hot. I mean, I've never seen another one of this writer's dramas or the actors and the story description was something like 'life in modern gisaeng house' which is vague enough to be dull. But so glad I did. It's like all my guilty-pleasure romance novels rolled into one. I am not as emotionally invested into this as I am into CYHMH (which is a superior drama and is going to get its own post) but I do love it so.
dangermousie: (Aishiteiru)
Honestly, by now, I am about ready for Damo to take a lesson from a Thai lakorn and kidnap Saran until she sees sense. According to lakorns, locking up a pissed-off woman somewhere always seems to work and lurve blossoms. They usually throw in some raping too, but that would probably be going just a tad overboard. :P



Seriously, woman! You still love him, you don't enjoy being a gisaeng (duh!), he is hot and rich and madly besotted, and you are finally beginning to believe that he's serious. So WTF are you still doing in the freaking gisaeng house? I mean, are you enjoying being a martyr or something? I mean, if he knows you are a foundling with no birth family who gets groped by drunks for a living and still wants to marry you, what's with the whole "oooooh, lots of people will suffer if we hook up" routine? You won't suffer. Your creeptastic adopted family certainly won't, and clearly your wannabe hubby will be happy as a lark. Yeah, his parents will most certainly be mad, but putting possible rage fits of two people you've never met over your own happiness and happiness of the other party in the proposed marriage is sort of willfully masochistic. Yes, I know that family and status and respectability are all crucial in the culture/society but come on. *rolls eyes*

Her little "but what if you divorce me later" reasoning to him is also psychotic. As he points out (because by that point he's realized telling her he won't is pointless), if they get divorced, she's going to get enough alimony that she will never have to work for a day in her life. Seriously - what is your deal, woman? Argh.

Grrrrr. Saran. Snap out of it, woman! I am not even getting into the whole "I shall get devirginized by gross old dude so guy I am actually into will dump me" territory. That's taking "dumping him/her for his own good" drama cliche into hitherto unknown territory of insane dysfunction. What next, making a sex tape of the event and sending him a copy? Now, that would be pretty entertaining.

Some caps and things )

You know, to think that I only checked out Gisaeng because the lead guy looked hot. I mean, I've never seen another one of this writer's dramas or the actors and the story description was something like 'life in modern gisaeng house' which is vague enough to be dull. But so glad I did. It's like all my guilty-pleasure romance novels rolled into one. I am not as emotionally invested into this as I am into CYHMH (which is a superior drama and is going to get its own post) but I do love it so.
dangermousie: (Aishiteiru)
Honestly, by now, I am about ready for Damo to take a lesson from a Thai lakorn and kidnap Saran until she sees sense. According to lakorns, locking up a pissed-off woman somewhere always seems to work and lurve blossoms. They usually throw in some raping too, but that would probably be going just a tad overboard. :P



Seriously, woman! You still love him, you don't enjoy being a gisaeng (duh!), he is hot and rich and madly besotted, and you are finally beginning to believe that he's serious. So WTF are you still doing in the freaking gisaeng house? I mean, are you enjoying being a martyr or something? I mean, if he knows you are a foundling with no birth family who gets groped by drunks for a living and still wants to marry you, what's with the whole "oooooh, lots of people will suffer if we hook up" routine? You won't suffer. Your creeptastic adopted family certainly won't, and clearly your wannabe hubby will be happy as a lark. Yeah, his parents will most certainly be mad, but putting possible rage fits of two people you've never met over your own happiness and happiness of the other party in the proposed marriage is sort of willfully masochistic. Yes, I know that family and status and respectability are all crucial in the culture/society but come on. *rolls eyes*

Her little "but what if you divorce me later" reasoning to him is also psychotic. As he points out (because by that point he's realized telling her he won't is pointless), if they get divorced, she's going to get enough alimony that she will never have to work for a day in her life. Seriously - what is your deal, woman? Argh.

Grrrrr. Saran. Snap out of it, woman! I am not even getting into the whole "I shall get devirginized by gross old dude so guy I am actually into will dump me" territory. That's taking "dumping him/her for his own good" drama cliche into hitherto unknown territory of insane dysfunction. What next, making a sex tape of the event and sending him a copy? Now, that would be pretty entertaining.

Some caps and things )

You know, to think that I only checked out Gisaeng because the lead guy looked hot. I mean, I've never seen another one of this writer's dramas or the actors and the story description was something like 'life in modern gisaeng house' which is vague enough to be dull. But so glad I did. It's like all my guilty-pleasure romance novels rolled into one. I am not as emotionally invested into this as I am into CYHMH (which is a superior drama and is going to get its own post) but I do love it so.

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