dangermousie: (Myung Wol)
ETA: apparently it's not a preview for ep 5, just a music video shot for the drama. Oh well, I love it anyway!



I am in the middle of ep 4 still (proper post coming) but I cheated and watched the preview for ep 5 and oh my heart my heart my heart my heart:



A few caps from the preview )


My obsession with this drama looks to eventually catch up with my love for City Hunter or, at least, help me get over it ending.

You know me and romcoms - for the last few years, the kdrama ones rarely work for me. I don't even end up liking them, let alone obsessing over them the way I am hyperventilating over Myung Wol. I think it's because, like Secret Garden or Prosecutor Princess (the only two dramas with romcom elements I loved in the last few years), it's not really a romcom but a mix of genres. Also, I genuinely adore and care for all the characters - slightly dim Hallyu star Kang Woo (is Eric sex on legs or what? I am not sure how genuinely good this drama is because every time he's on screen I go into hormonal haze), unworldly but tough North Korean agent Myung Wol, Ryu, the sexiest Communist to exist, and even the spoiled, divaish, but entertaining In A (I have a thing for dramatic bitches - see my love for Seul in Secret Garden).
dangermousie: (Myung Wol)
ETA: apparently it's not a preview for ep 5, just a music video shot for the drama. Oh well, I love it anyway!



I am in the middle of ep 4 still (proper post coming) but I cheated and watched the preview for ep 5 and oh my heart my heart my heart my heart:



A few caps from the preview )


My obsession with this drama looks to eventually catch up with my love for City Hunter or, at least, help me get over it ending.

You know me and romcoms - for the last few years, the kdrama ones rarely work for me. I don't even end up liking them, let alone obsessing over them the way I am hyperventilating over Myung Wol. I think it's because, like Secret Garden or Prosecutor Princess (the only two dramas with romcom elements I loved in the last few years), it's not really a romcom but a mix of genres. Also, I genuinely adore and care for all the characters - slightly dim Hallyu star Kang Woo (is Eric sex on legs or what? I am not sure how genuinely good this drama is because every time he's on screen I go into hormonal haze), unworldly but tough North Korean agent Myung Wol, Ryu, the sexiest Communist to exist, and even the spoiled, divaish, but entertaining In A (I have a thing for dramatic bitches - see my love for Seul in Secret Garden).
dangermousie: (Myung Wol)
ETA: apparently it's not a preview for ep 5, just a music video shot for the drama. Oh well, I love it anyway!



I am in the middle of ep 4 still (proper post coming) but I cheated and watched the preview for ep 5 and oh my heart my heart my heart my heart:



A few caps from the preview )


My obsession with this drama looks to eventually catch up with my love for City Hunter or, at least, help me get over it ending.

You know me and romcoms - for the last few years, the kdrama ones rarely work for me. I don't even end up liking them, let alone obsessing over them the way I am hyperventilating over Myung Wol. I think it's because, like Secret Garden or Prosecutor Princess (the only two dramas with romcom elements I loved in the last few years), it's not really a romcom but a mix of genres. Also, I genuinely adore and care for all the characters - slightly dim Hallyu star Kang Woo (is Eric sex on legs or what? I am not sure how genuinely good this drama is because every time he's on screen I go into hormonal haze), unworldly but tough North Korean agent Myung Wol, Ryu, the sexiest Communist to exist, and even the spoiled, divaish, but entertaining In A (I have a thing for dramatic bitches - see my love for Seul in Secret Garden).

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