Lee Je Hoon surely has done his dues before MS, having left without forgetting to remind us of his presence. He may not be physically around to make us go gaga swoony over, but his acting is, his voice is. I’m not sure that’s a good thing (for me at least), because though I get to see him act all creepy around a lady (played by Moon So Ri in Ethics of Wrath) and indulge in his “swear-singing” antics in My Pavarotti, there is a possibility that I might miss him EVEN MORE than I already do. And that is bad >.<
… that Shin Ha Kyun‘s coming back to the big and small screens soon!
You already know that he’s been confirmed to come back in All About My Love alongside Han Hye Jin and many others (no Im Soo Jung is a major BOOOO T__T but I can still do with HHJ). But I don’t know if many know that he’s actually filmed a movie titled The Running Man last year, the only prominent project that he’d participated in after his big hit Brain.
First off, a goodbye to cutiepie Lee Je Hoon! I didn’t even realise until I read the news of him departing for MS T____T I didn’t even get enough of him this year (Fashion King was a disaster he should have chosen a better project >.<) but good thing my other luv Kang Dong Won’s coming out soon, he’ll keep me busy (that is if he doesn’t go all JIS on us) until you come back 2 years later. We’ll be waiting patiently! An-nyeong!
Yes, yes another one of my crushing posts (I seriously have too many this year, something wrong with 2012?) ^^ but no noona-dongsaeng fan-love this time. Instead, it’s a lovely and on-going crush I have for this hot and talented actor LEE JE HOON (of the upcoming Fashion King with Yoo Ah In)! I admit this post came a bit late as I got pre-occupied with other crushes the past 2 months. But I’d actually discovered this gem earlier this year while watching The Front Line and Bleak Night, wherein he blew mah mind body and soul away with his intensely raw and gripping acting. This guy can do intense, and he can do it really really well.
Korean drama is my LOVE. It’s been my source of entertainment and consolation (when I’m down) for a decade and a half now that there is no way I’d give up watching for anything else. But if there is anything capable of topping K-drama for me in any way, it would most definitely be Chungmuro – Korean Cinema.
I’ve seen quite a lot the past year, ranging from award winning films like The Man From No Where to box-office favorites like Sunny, The Bow: Ultimate Weapon and many many more. Loved some, liked some and generally enjoyed the lot that I’ve seen. I don’t know what it is about Korean cinema, I just find their films unusually intriguing, compelling and emotion evocative. I don’t need a handsome actor or a pretty girl to grace my screen, as long as it hooks me in, I’m all good. As long as it moves me, makes me laugh or smile to my heart’s content and gets me into tears even at the randome-est of moments, I usually end up over-looking and doing away with the flaws and shortcomings. I’m just that easy to please. haha.
Last year offered us quite a batch of quality films, but to me, it’s this one film titled Bleak Night which made the best cut for me. A brutally honest film about friendship and its complications. A film about human insecurities. A film which made me re-think about how relationships can be so fragile and susceptible to rupture by unintentional words said or gestures done. A film which reminded me of my somewhat gloom memories in high school (I bet a lot of people have been thru such a phase).