You probably won’t believe me, you’ll probably go huh, and you’ll probably condemn my taste.
But yes oh yes, this is so true. So very true.
That I AM insanely addicted to and in love with GFB, way against the better judgement of mine. Way against rational control. I love it even more than Jang Ok Jeong, who is admittedly far more superior in terms of quality of production and acting overall. I’ve been pondering for quite some weeks now. And I came to a silly conclusion that it may very well be the case of my blindsided and biased love for Seung Gi and my inability to NOT love him. In any and every role he plays (regardless of his skill). Whether he’s playing brat silly harsh rude cute, you name it. I just cannot, in any way, control my gushing urge of wanting to touch my screen. I just want to pinch him. Continue reading GFB love
Oh yes, it’s pouring men all over. I want all of em! <333
None of the fluff dramas I’m watching atm are of any good class quality, none of them. I love my Shin Ha Kyun to death but All About My Romance just doesn’t cut it as much as I’d expected it to or wanted it to, its brand of OTT and silliness grates me and writer just craps writing politics. Gu Family Book bore me to tears the 1st 2 eps I nearly wanted to drop but persisted for my yearning to see Seung Gi puppy again. Jang Ok Jeong’s better than the rest but still has glaring flaws sticking out like sore thumbs of all. Nine is probably the most intriguing one for me right now but I’m kinda iffy on how the time traveling thing works. TBVH, I would have concluded this drama season a slump…
…if not for my eternal weakness, my weak softy spot for the men in K-dramas. I know, pathetic me, my heart’s that weak.
Continue reading It’s raining MEN!
Brain cannot compute with too much cuteness.
And Gangnam Style will never die. NEVER.
credits: AirenVideo @ Youtube
That should have been Jae Ha. Jae Ha’s tears. T_T But darn, I cannot possibly do this without mentioning what a shocking jaw-dropping revelation Seung Gi was in the most recent episode of K2H. I don’t care what the detractors or naysayers have to say about him anymore.I don’t freaking care anymore. Because you feel what you see, and you believe what you feel. All I care about, and all I can think about right now at this very moment, is how he had blown me off waters with his gripping performance in the very last scene of Ep 16. A show and outpour of emotions so explosive and heartbreaking that the last similar performance I could think of was Jang Hyuk’s tour de force in Chuno (and that’s gotta mean something). So raw, so heartfelt and so real it would have gotten you to ponder on the amount of effort/skill he had to summon just to bring out those emotions. It was truly amazing because I was totally expecting to be wowed, after having read countless and heaps of praises for him. But when it happened, I succumbed all the same. It rendered me a hopeless drained wreck. Tears kept streaming down my cheeks I couldn’t stop. What kind of magic pill had Seung Gi consumed? For him to have displayed such earth-shattering crying skills?
If you think you’ve seen the best of Seung Gi in Ep 7/8, wait until you’ve seen Ep 16. You will be mindfucked. A 100% revelation of a Seung Gi you have never EVER seen before.
Some thoughts on Ep 15/16
This is something totally unexpected, something which totally took my surprise, swept me off my feet, body, mind, soul and sent me into drama cloud 9. I was truly expecting K2Hearts to disappoint. I was expecting it to be a failure to be honest. I wasn’t entirely intrigued by the concept of 2 individuals of extremely drastic backgrounds (from NK and SK) falling in love, and I certainly didn’t see any working potential in LSG and HJW making it work as a couple. Even the trailers turned me off. Everything was just plain cut out to be a drab in the beginning. Or so I thought.
Continue reading K2Hearts 7&8: Heart ripped
I love this show. STATTTT!
I don’t care if Seung Gi is playing a recurring character (Hwan in BL and Woong in Gumiho), I don’t care if Ha Ji Won’s doing kickass AGAIN, and I already don’t even give a damn about how I’m slightly bothered by the leads’ sorta OTT slapstickish acting, and how irritating HJW sounds in her North Korean accent (she still sounds annoying). Because all I care about the show now – is that I’m enjoying it SO SO SO MUCH. I love it.
Continue reading K2Hearts First Impressions: WIN WIN WIN!
This is just a teaser of what’s to come.
Nation’s darling Lee Seung Gi against our beloved Dokko Jin…ermm.. Cha Seung Won I meant, in Samsung’s upcoming Zipel Fridge CF.
Seung Gi works off the cute and lovable really well, but not really digging Cha Seung Won’s OTT Dokko Jin-ness in the CF?
Perhaps a Gu Ae Jung/ Gong Hyo Jin pair-up would be better. And Seung Gi can come to Noona!~~ 😛