dangermousie: (Chuno: hold by meganbmoore)
1. Check out this gorgeous, shippy Faith MV:



2. I am currently following three dramas (Faith, Nice Guy, Five Fingers). This is pretty much a perfect number because it's enough to sate my drama love while giving me enough free time for other things. And it looks like the 'three' pattern will continue for the rest of the year. Faith ends next week (sob!) but I Miss You starts that same week (different channel. I have no interest in Faith's replacement drama - it's very much not my thing). Five Fingers will be replaced by Cheonamdong Alice, which I need to watch because Park Shi Ho! and Nice Guy is being replaced by Jeon Woo Chi, which I definitely plan to check out due to my love of fantasy and plot, and just hope Cha Tae Hyun will surprise me and make my dislike of him disappear.

3. In addition to the above, the only (possibly) winter dramas on my radar are:

* This Winter The Wind Blows - the dark romance melodrama from the amazing Noh Hee Kyung, with Jo In Sung, Song Hye Kyo, Kim Bum, Park Eunji. The only way I am missing checking it out is if I get hit by the bus
* IRIS 2 - I get to see Jang Hyuk and Lee Da Hae romance each other again. Everything else is immaterial.
* That rumored Kang Ji Hwan/Hwang Jung Eum drama the plot of which sounds insane. But only if KJH is on board (it's by the people who made History of a Salaryman and humorous/satirical drama and I don't mix normally).
* Yoon Sang Hyun as an ahjusshi idol one. Because in my head it's a drama all about Oska :P Plus, I think the female lead in this one is much younger than the male lead (because male lead has been in a coma for forever and still thinks he's a twenty-something) and I want that, if for no other reason than as a counterpoint to endless noona romances out there.
* The Legend of the Half-Blood - Lee Seung Gi/Suzi sageuk fantasy. I mean!

Sadly, Joo Won's upcoming drama came off the list the moment they cast Choi Kang Hee. I am just going to pretend that drama doesn't exist. (Though people who keep complaining because RL Joo Won is babyish/immature thus the ten-year-difference is exacerbated must be people who have somehow managed to skip Gaksital, Ojakgyo Brothers and Baker King - i.e., every drama Joo Won has ever made. In all of them he has played dark, manly characters older than his age. His RL persona and his on-screen one are 180 degrees different).

4. I've seen interest in sageuks spike on my flist due to Faith. So, if you haven't yet watched Chuno (also known as Slave Hunters), I am totally here to push it. It's arguably my favorite sageuk, and follows Lee Dae Gil (Jang Hyuk), an aristocrat fallen on hard times who became a slave hunter, as he chases Song Tae Ha (Oh Ji Ho), an unjustly enslaved general who goes on the run to fulfill a secret mission. And then there is Un Nyun (Lee Da Hae), a woman who ends up being the love of both of their lives. This is pretty much a perfect drama in every way. And Tae Ha/Un Nyun- the aristocrat-turned-slave and slave-turned-aristocrat, were my favorite period drama OTP until the Faith OTP knocked them off that spot. (Song Tae Ha remains my favorite kdrama hero, however). Have a great unspoilery, trailer-type MV. The first half focuses on the fights etc and the second on the emotional beats of the story:



And a shippy MV (though, excellent though it is, it doesn't have all my favorite shippy scenes).



FWIW, this is one of the only two kdramas Mr. Mousie has ever watched.
dangermousie: (Chuno: hold by meganbmoore)
1. Check out this gorgeous, shippy Faith MV:



2. I am currently following three dramas (Faith, Nice Guy, Five Fingers). This is pretty much a perfect number because it's enough to sate my drama love while giving me enough free time for other things. And it looks like the 'three' pattern will continue for the rest of the year. Faith ends next week (sob!) but I Miss You starts that same week (different channel. I have no interest in Faith's replacement drama - it's very much not my thing). Five Fingers will be replaced by Cheonamdong Alice, which I need to watch because Park Shi Ho! and Nice Guy is being replaced by Jeon Woo Chi, which I definitely plan to check out due to my love of fantasy and plot, and just hope Cha Tae Hyun will surprise me and make my dislike of him disappear.

3. In addition to the above, the only (possibly) winter dramas on my radar are:

* This Winter The Wind Blows - the dark romance melodrama from the amazing Noh Hee Kyung, with Jo In Sung, Song Hye Kyo, Kim Bum, Park Eunji. The only way I am missing checking it out is if I get hit by the bus
* IRIS 2 - I get to see Jang Hyuk and Lee Da Hae romance each other again. Everything else is immaterial.
* That rumored Kang Ji Hwan/Hwang Jung Eum drama the plot of which sounds insane. But only if KJH is on board (it's by the people who made History of a Salaryman and humorous/satirical drama and I don't mix normally).
* Yoon Sang Hyun as an ahjusshi idol one. Because in my head it's a drama all about Oska :P Plus, I think the female lead in this one is much younger than the male lead (because male lead has been in a coma for forever and still thinks he's a twenty-something) and I want that, if for no other reason than as a counterpoint to endless noona romances out there.
* The Legend of the Half-Blood - Lee Seung Gi/Suzi sageuk fantasy. I mean!

Sadly, Joo Won's upcoming drama came off the list the moment they cast Choi Kang Hee. I am just going to pretend that drama doesn't exist. (Though people who keep complaining because RL Joo Won is babyish/immature thus the ten-year-difference is exacerbated must be people who have somehow managed to skip Gaksital, Ojakgyo Brothers and Baker King - i.e., every drama Joo Won has ever made. In all of them he has played dark, manly characters older than his age. His RL persona and his on-screen one are 180 degrees different).

4. I've seen interest in sageuks spike on my flist due to Faith. So, if you haven't yet watched Chuno (also known as Slave Hunters), I am totally here to push it. It's arguably my favorite sageuk, and follows Lee Dae Gil (Jang Hyuk), an aristocrat fallen on hard times who became a slave hunter, as he chases Song Tae Ha (Oh Ji Ho), an unjustly enslaved general who goes on the run to fulfill a secret mission. And then there is Un Nyun (Lee Da Hae), a woman who ends up being the love of both of their lives. This is pretty much a perfect drama in every way. And Tae Ha/Un Nyun- the aristocrat-turned-slave and slave-turned-aristocrat, were my favorite period drama OTP until the Faith OTP knocked them off that spot. (Song Tae Ha remains my favorite kdrama hero, however). Have a great unspoilery, trailer-type MV. The first half focuses on the fights etc and the second on the emotional beats of the story:



And a shippy MV (though, excellent though it is, it doesn't have all my favorite shippy scenes).



FWIW, this is one of the only two kdramas Mr. Mousie has ever watched.
dangermousie: (SKKS: Sun Joon grin by timescout)
Some verrrrrry creative fans intercut clips of Chuno (which starred Lee Da Hae) and Sungkyunkwan Scandal (which starred Yoochun) to make a trailer for a sort of Joseon take on Ms. Ripley. Loooove:



My love is probably the greater because Chuno was my n1 drama of last year and SKKS was n2 (I love my fusion sageuks) so it's fun to see them so cleverly spliced together.

I would totally watch the heck out of that drama if it existed, btw.
dangermousie: (SKKS: Sun Joon grin by timescout)
Some verrrrrry creative fans intercut clips of Chuno (which starred Lee Da Hae) and Sungkyunkwan Scandal (which starred Yoochun) to make a trailer for a sort of Joseon take on Ms. Ripley. Loooove:



My love is probably the greater because Chuno was my n1 drama of last year and SKKS was n2 (I love my fusion sageuks) so it's fun to see them so cleverly spliced together.

I would totally watch the heck out of that drama if it existed, btw.
dangermousie: (SKKS: Sun Joon grin by timescout)
Some verrrrrry creative fans intercut clips of Chuno (which starred Lee Da Hae) and Sungkyunkwan Scandal (which starred Yoochun) to make a trailer for a sort of Joseon take on Ms. Ripley. Loooove:



My love is probably the greater because Chuno was my n1 drama of last year and SKKS was n2 (I love my fusion sageuks) so it's fun to see them so cleverly spliced together.

I would totally watch the heck out of that drama if it existed, btw.
dangermousie: (KOTW: SIG fight by meganbmoore)
Chun Jung Myung/Han Ji Hye sageuk about a son of an aristocrat and a son of a slave switched at birth, has released this teaser:



Obviously, this is from the early eps as they are still filming.

Hmmmmm. I loathe the bizarre, washed out, overlay on this - it makes me feel as if I am looking through a dirty soup strainer. It's like a 10-yr-old who got his hands on photoshop for the first time. One of the big selling points for any drama, but especially period drama, is the visuals - so why make it look so horrible in the teaser when I am sure it looks OK in reality.

Also, too much screaming. Just an awful teaser for what I am sure will be a decent drama. Compare that teaser to the one for the 2009 period drama The Kingdom of the Winds (I picked KOTW because it was also a period drama which was not prefilmed thus only first few eps were used for a teaser):



KOTW is how you do the teaser, people. That one would make me watch a drama of which I previously was unaware. The Duo's teaser would make me want to skip the drama except for the fact that I've been avidly expecting it and also know it's not as off-looking as the teaser makes it seem.

And speaking of period dramas, [livejournal.com profile] ockoala convinced me to try out Seo Dong Yo by promising me some epic period romance but I looked up the number of eps and it's 55. Fifty-five!. That's longer than Chuno and Return of Iljimae combined! *weeps* I am going to brave it anyway, so we'll see how it goes. Have a MV:



I sort of feel like a Tamra/Hong Gil Dong/ROI/KOTW/Chuno rewatch (not at the same time, obviously). I crave me some period goodness! Anyone watch Kim Suro and is it good? (Keeping in mind my adoration for period stuff and love of Ji Sung?)
dangermousie: (KOTW: SIG fight by meganbmoore)
Chun Jung Myung/Han Ji Hye sageuk about a son of an aristocrat and a son of a slave switched at birth, has released this teaser:



Obviously, this is from the early eps as they are still filming.

Hmmmmm. I loathe the bizarre, washed out, overlay on this - it makes me feel as if I am looking through a dirty soup strainer. It's like a 10-yr-old who got his hands on photoshop for the first time. One of the big selling points for any drama, but especially period drama, is the visuals - so why make it look so horrible in the teaser when I am sure it looks OK in reality.

Also, too much screaming. Just an awful teaser for what I am sure will be a decent drama. Compare that teaser to the one for the 2009 period drama The Kingdom of the Winds (I picked KOTW because it was also a period drama which was not prefilmed thus only first few eps were used for a teaser):



KOTW is how you do the teaser, people. That one would make me watch a drama of which I previously was unaware. The Duo's teaser would make me want to skip the drama except for the fact that I've been avidly expecting it and also know it's not as off-looking as the teaser makes it seem.

And speaking of period dramas, [livejournal.com profile] ockoala convinced me to try out Seo Dong Yo by promising me some epic period romance but I looked up the number of eps and it's 55. Fifty-five!. That's longer than Chuno and Return of Iljimae combined! *weeps* I am going to brave it anyway, so we'll see how it goes. Have a MV:



I sort of feel like a Tamra/Hong Gil Dong/ROI/KOTW/Chuno rewatch (not at the same time, obviously). I crave me some period goodness! Anyone watch Kim Suro and is it good? (Keeping in mind my adoration for period stuff and love of Ji Sung?)
dangermousie: (KOTW: SIG fight by meganbmoore)
Chun Jung Myung/Han Ji Hye sageuk about a son of an aristocrat and a son of a slave switched at birth, has released this teaser:



Obviously, this is from the early eps as they are still filming.

Hmmmmm. I loathe the bizarre, washed out, overlay on this - it makes me feel as if I am looking through a dirty soup strainer. It's like a 10-yr-old who got his hands on photoshop for the first time. One of the big selling points for any drama, but especially period drama, is the visuals - so why make it look so horrible in the teaser when I am sure it looks OK in reality.

Also, too much screaming. Just an awful teaser for what I am sure will be a decent drama. Compare that teaser to the one for the 2009 period drama The Kingdom of the Winds (I picked KOTW because it was also a period drama which was not prefilmed thus only first few eps were used for a teaser):



KOTW is how you do the teaser, people. That one would make me watch a drama of which I previously was unaware. The Duo's teaser would make me want to skip the drama except for the fact that I've been avidly expecting it and also know it's not as off-looking as the teaser makes it seem.

And speaking of period dramas, [livejournal.com profile] ockoala convinced me to try out Seo Dong Yo by promising me some epic period romance but I looked up the number of eps and it's 55. Fifty-five!. That's longer than Chuno and Return of Iljimae combined! *weeps* I am going to brave it anyway, so we'll see how it goes. Have a MV:



I sort of feel like a Tamra/Hong Gil Dong/ROI/KOTW/Chuno rewatch (not at the same time, obviously). I crave me some period goodness! Anyone watch Kim Suro and is it good? (Keeping in mind my adoration for period stuff and love of Ji Sung?)
dangermousie: (Chuno - bw by alexandral)
Seeing that we are 10 months into the year, favorites are bound to shape up. So - what has been your favorite drama this year so far?

For me, the answer is easy - Chuno a.k.a. Slave Hunters.



The only drama this year that made it into my all-time Top 10, Chuno was perfect. I loved everything about it, from the story to acting to cinematography to its driving pace (this is a rare drama that feels as if it should have been longer, even at 24 eps). Even the seemingly extraneous parts (the humor interludes at the inn or slave revolt) ultimately fit into the greater whole and made the world more real. Jang Hyuk gave an unforgettable performance as the broken, dangerous, unpredictable Dae Gil, but I confess my heart belonged to Oh Ji Ho's slave-general Song Tae Ha, righteous but having to navigate his blind acceptance of the prejudices of his time.



By the end of the drama he became my biggest ever drama crush. I also adored Lee Da Hae's Un Nyun - I know she was polarizing but I loved her as someone waking up after a decade of being frozen and finally freeing herself from being dictated either by fate or men around her.



Lee Jong Hyuk was mesmerizing as a tragic villain - he was despicable yet I could not help but pity him. The secondary characters were all top notch. All the tragedies and tangled destinies and politics and true love and points about societal limits and those amazing amazing fights. It's my perfect drama. (It is also one of only two kdramas Mr Mousie has been able to enjoy watching). And yes, it did feature my favorite OTP of the year - I did not know this was what I always wanted in an OTP until Chuno gave me Tae Ha/Un Nyun.



What is yours? It doesn't have to be a kdrama.
dangermousie: (Chuno - bw by alexandral)
Seeing that we are 10 months into the year, favorites are bound to shape up. So - what has been your favorite drama this year so far?

For me, the answer is easy - Chuno a.k.a. Slave Hunters.



The only drama this year that made it into my all-time Top 10, Chuno was perfect. I loved everything about it, from the story to acting to cinematography to its driving pace (this is a rare drama that feels as if it should have been longer, even at 24 eps). Even the seemingly extraneous parts (the humor interludes at the inn or slave revolt) ultimately fit into the greater whole and made the world more real. Jang Hyuk gave an unforgettable performance as the broken, dangerous, unpredictable Dae Gil, but I confess my heart belonged to Oh Ji Ho's slave-general Song Tae Ha, righteous but having to navigate his blind acceptance of the prejudices of his time.



By the end of the drama he became my biggest ever drama crush. I also adored Lee Da Hae's Un Nyun - I know she was polarizing but I loved her as someone waking up after a decade of being frozen and finally freeing herself from being dictated either by fate or men around her.



Lee Jong Hyuk was mesmerizing as a tragic villain - he was despicable yet I could not help but pity him. The secondary characters were all top notch. All the tragedies and tangled destinies and politics and true love and points about societal limits and those amazing amazing fights. It's my perfect drama. (It is also one of only two kdramas Mr Mousie has been able to enjoy watching). And yes, it did feature my favorite OTP of the year - I did not know this was what I always wanted in an OTP until Chuno gave me Tae Ha/Un Nyun.



What is yours? It doesn't have to be a kdrama.
dangermousie: (Chuno - bw by alexandral)
Seeing that we are 10 months into the year, favorites are bound to shape up. So - what has been your favorite drama this year so far?

For me, the answer is easy - Chuno a.k.a. Slave Hunters.



The only drama this year that made it into my all-time Top 10, Chuno was perfect. I loved everything about it, from the story to acting to cinematography to its driving pace (this is a rare drama that feels as if it should have been longer, even at 24 eps). Even the seemingly extraneous parts (the humor interludes at the inn or slave revolt) ultimately fit into the greater whole and made the world more real. Jang Hyuk gave an unforgettable performance as the broken, dangerous, unpredictable Dae Gil, but I confess my heart belonged to Oh Ji Ho's slave-general Song Tae Ha, righteous but having to navigate his blind acceptance of the prejudices of his time.



By the end of the drama he became my biggest ever drama crush. I also adored Lee Da Hae's Un Nyun - I know she was polarizing but I loved her as someone waking up after a decade of being frozen and finally freeing herself from being dictated either by fate or men around her.



Lee Jong Hyuk was mesmerizing as a tragic villain - he was despicable yet I could not help but pity him. The secondary characters were all top notch. All the tragedies and tangled destinies and politics and true love and points about societal limits and those amazing amazing fights. It's my perfect drama. (It is also one of only two kdramas Mr Mousie has been able to enjoy watching). And yes, it did feature my favorite OTP of the year - I did not know this was what I always wanted in an OTP until Chuno gave me Tae Ha/Un Nyun.



What is yours? It doesn't have to be a kdrama.
dangermousie: (Damo Sung=Baek by miss-dian)
How does this drama get better and better? I don't know, but my level of obsession with it has reached the level of obsession Sun Joon has with Yoon Hee (seriously, do none of the other students notice/comment on his degree of fixation on his male roommate? I mean, I've seen drama heroes who knew the other party was a girl and were openly courting her, be less obsessed).

I was glad it wasn't In Soo and his flunkies who injured Sun Joon but Sorons who were pissed at him for his particular stands. It makes it more complicated and also didn't seem to fit In Soo's modus operandi - the guy is too arrogant and wants to beat SJ on his merits, not by crippling him out of archery competition.

Nice to see that even the nasty Minister of War has some warmth in him (towards his hilarious daughter). I continue to be really bored by Yong Ha (is that his name? Song Joong Ki's character), but I bet I am the only one - seriously, if he was written out, I wouldn't even notice.

I loved Yoon Hee standing up to Prof What's-his-Name and demanding her right to stay at Sungkyunhwan.

This was also the first ep I genuinely fell for Jae Shin. The scene near the end when he does the archery positions with Yoon Hee in the rain and grins - oh my heaven, I was this close to swooning.

But, as always, for me this was all about Yoon Hee and Sun Joon and their interactions and just...guuuuuuuh. That whole confrontation over the archery tournament (am I sick, I kinda love it when they fight?) and then his telling her he will get five arrows bullseye even though he can only use his left hand now due to his injury (btw, I did archery in college and these medieval bows look pretty damn scary - much harder than the modern ones), and if he does, she has to pick the bow up again and not remain terrified of it for the rest of her life. And this is so Sun Joon - this frightening, total, single-minded intensity, the utter inability to give up no matter what and no matter what it costs him. I love that he basically practices like a mad person, at night, in the rain, whatever. I can see why he really doesn't have friends or even companions outside of Yoon Hee. I love him to death but he must be an uncomfortable person to be around - so uncompromising and driven as he is. The final scene with them in the rain asjdofjfdghfjygftkgmfcdk. And of course, all the bystanders (and the viewers) believe that is was Yoon Hee who finally talked him into stopping practicing, when he finally does, but then he walks off and the camera pans to show he did get his 5 arrows.

Anyway, I adore this drama insanely. Possibly because Sun Joon reminds me a bit, character-wise, of a younger version of General Song Tae Ha from Chuno, a.k.a. my biggest drama crush ever.
dangermousie: (Damo Sung=Baek by miss-dian)
How does this drama get better and better? I don't know, but my level of obsession with it has reached the level of obsession Sun Joon has with Yoon Hee (seriously, do none of the other students notice/comment on his degree of fixation on his male roommate? I mean, I've seen drama heroes who knew the other party was a girl and were openly courting her, be less obsessed).

I was glad it wasn't In Soo and his flunkies who injured Sun Joon but Sorons who were pissed at him for his particular stands. It makes it more complicated and also didn't seem to fit In Soo's modus operandi - the guy is too arrogant and wants to beat SJ on his merits, not by crippling him out of archery competition.

Nice to see that even the nasty Minister of War has some warmth in him (towards his hilarious daughter). I continue to be really bored by Yong Ha (is that his name? Song Joong Ki's character), but I bet I am the only one - seriously, if he was written out, I wouldn't even notice.

I loved Yoon Hee standing up to Prof What's-his-Name and demanding her right to stay at Sungkyunhwan.

This was also the first ep I genuinely fell for Jae Shin. The scene near the end when he does the archery positions with Yoon Hee in the rain and grins - oh my heaven, I was this close to swooning.

But, as always, for me this was all about Yoon Hee and Sun Joon and their interactions and just...guuuuuuuh. That whole confrontation over the archery tournament (am I sick, I kinda love it when they fight?) and then his telling her he will get five arrows bullseye even though he can only use his left hand now due to his injury (btw, I did archery in college and these medieval bows look pretty damn scary - much harder than the modern ones), and if he does, she has to pick the bow up again and not remain terrified of it for the rest of her life. And this is so Sun Joon - this frightening, total, single-minded intensity, the utter inability to give up no matter what and no matter what it costs him. I love that he basically practices like a mad person, at night, in the rain, whatever. I can see why he really doesn't have friends or even companions outside of Yoon Hee. I love him to death but he must be an uncomfortable person to be around - so uncompromising and driven as he is. The final scene with them in the rain asjdofjfdghfjygftkgmfcdk. And of course, all the bystanders (and the viewers) believe that is was Yoon Hee who finally talked him into stopping practicing, when he finally does, but then he walks off and the camera pans to show he did get his 5 arrows.

Anyway, I adore this drama insanely. Possibly because Sun Joon reminds me a bit, character-wise, of a younger version of General Song Tae Ha from Chuno, a.k.a. my biggest drama crush ever.
dangermousie: (Damo Sung=Baek by miss-dian)
How does this drama get better and better? I don't know, but my level of obsession with it has reached the level of obsession Sun Joon has with Yoon Hee (seriously, do none of the other students notice/comment on his degree of fixation on his male roommate? I mean, I've seen drama heroes who knew the other party was a girl and were openly courting her, be less obsessed).

I was glad it wasn't In Soo and his flunkies who injured Sun Joon but Sorons who were pissed at him for his particular stands. It makes it more complicated and also didn't seem to fit In Soo's modus operandi - the guy is too arrogant and wants to beat SJ on his merits, not by crippling him out of archery competition.

Nice to see that even the nasty Minister of War has some warmth in him (towards his hilarious daughter). I continue to be really bored by Yong Ha (is that his name? Song Joong Ki's character), but I bet I am the only one - seriously, if he was written out, I wouldn't even notice.

I loved Yoon Hee standing up to Prof What's-his-Name and demanding her right to stay at Sungkyunhwan.

This was also the first ep I genuinely fell for Jae Shin. The scene near the end when he does the archery positions with Yoon Hee in the rain and grins - oh my heaven, I was this close to swooning.

But, as always, for me this was all about Yoon Hee and Sun Joon and their interactions and just...guuuuuuuh. That whole confrontation over the archery tournament (am I sick, I kinda love it when they fight?) and then his telling her he will get five arrows bullseye even though he can only use his left hand now due to his injury (btw, I did archery in college and these medieval bows look pretty damn scary - much harder than the modern ones), and if he does, she has to pick the bow up again and not remain terrified of it for the rest of her life. And this is so Sun Joon - this frightening, total, single-minded intensity, the utter inability to give up no matter what and no matter what it costs him. I love that he basically practices like a mad person, at night, in the rain, whatever. I can see why he really doesn't have friends or even companions outside of Yoon Hee. I love him to death but he must be an uncomfortable person to be around - so uncompromising and driven as he is. The final scene with them in the rain asjdofjfdghfjygftkgmfcdk. And of course, all the bystanders (and the viewers) believe that is was Yoon Hee who finally talked him into stopping practicing, when he finally does, but then he walks off and the camera pans to show he did get his 5 arrows.

Anyway, I adore this drama insanely. Possibly because Sun Joon reminds me a bit, character-wise, of a younger version of General Song Tae Ha from Chuno, a.k.a. my biggest drama crush ever.
dangermousie: (EoE: DC/YR by meganbmoore)
Because I am so obsessed with the possibly uncanonical ship of Tae Sung/Jae In, I decided to bring you MVs from some ships which started out uncanonical (or at least looked this way to me) but ended up being the main OTP.

I very rarely uncanon ship so perhaps that is why most of those uncanon-looking ships I have ended up canon - I don't swap loyalties without a LOT of canon evidence. If even I uncanon ship, these ships really must be something.

MVs here )
dangermousie: (EoE: DC/YR by meganbmoore)
Because I am so obsessed with the possibly uncanonical ship of Tae Sung/Jae In, I decided to bring you MVs from some ships which started out uncanonical (or at least looked this way to me) but ended up being the main OTP.

I very rarely uncanon ship so perhaps that is why most of those uncanon-looking ships I have ended up canon - I don't swap loyalties without a LOT of canon evidence. If even I uncanon ship, these ships really must be something.

MVs here )
dangermousie: (EoE: DC/YR by meganbmoore)
Because I am so obsessed with the possibly uncanonical ship of Tae Sung/Jae In, I decided to bring you MVs from some ships which started out uncanonical (or at least looked this way to me) but ended up being the main OTP.

I very rarely uncanon ship so perhaps that is why most of those uncanon-looking ships I have ended up canon - I don't swap loyalties without a LOT of canon evidence. If even I uncanon ship, these ships really must be something.

MVs here )

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