There are no more words to describe Ha Jung Woo.
He is just so friggin $_(*U#@+@(#@+_(#+@(@#+_ awesome (just watched The Terror Live and dayumhe was effffffin’ wonderful fantastic brilliant in it I basically run out of words)!
Add Jung Kyung Ho into the mix, my manrem is COMPLETE!
Originally titled “Rollercoaster – Fasten Your Seatbelt” is Ha Jung Woo’s directorial debut (is there anything that this MAN doesn’t or can’t do?!!!). There’s no saying that he’ll succeed right off the mark and start, and from the trailer itself, it doesn’t seem people will take it seriously. But hello this is HA.JUNG.WOO, and has a hilarious Paksa in it, what more can I ask for?!
credits: 병석 민 @ Youtube
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 >.<
Continue reading Lee Je Hoon and Han Suk Kyu’s “My Pavarotti” Poster+ Trailer
… 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.
Continue reading Excited for no other reason than…
GET ME AN OXYGEN TANK RIGHT NOW!
This is precisely why I love Chungmuro, the MEN! So deliciously yummy sexay charismatic and HOT. They CAN ACT! And they don’t need women!
Once upon a time, before Ha Jung Woo came along, before Shin Ha Kyun took over my world, there was Lee Jung Jae. Whom I first saw in a then addictive but now when-I-thin-abt-it crappy Air City, who got me all gaga and swoony from the get go, who got me into a crazy addictive search on everything and anything him, who made me a sleepless fangirl with mind constantly playing scenes of his dramas and films over and over. I was that crazy. I was young.
Then newer actors came long, better actors took over my heart. But he still remains. He still remains as one of my longest-lasting crushes, who can consume me just like that, with one looks, with one gaze. The last I saw of him was in Thieves (he was fantastic though I was more taken with Shin Ha Kyun’s cameo lol). And he’s coming back soon, this time with a big bang.
Just look at the names!
Continue reading Lee Jung Jae, Choi Min Sik and Hwang Jung Min’s New World
I’m not so much a TW film frenzy. The only ones I’ve seen have been more so the hyped up and recommended ones, along the lines of 7th Cape Town, Monga and the recent hit, You’re The Apple of My Eye. I believe there are more subliminal ones, more quietly understated and underrated ones which deserve a gander or two, ones with buried gems and brilliance of performances that I will never get to see on TW dramas. I love good films generally, regardless of the language and genre, but it’d take a major gush and push to make me watch a TW film – reason being: notime cos all spent on Korean drama and everything Korean. 😛
But this film I’m definitely going to check out when it comes out. Admittedly out of sheer shamelessness and shallowness for Joseph Chang, I’m just like that.
Trailer’s quite explicitly explanatory of the plot – two guys, a girl and their coming of age friendship/romance. It tackles an entanglement of relationship between 3 friends spanning a period of 30 years, from adolescence to adulthood. Definitely not your most original friendship-lover story out there, but trailer does exude a very nostalgic and comfy feeling with understated tension between the characters brewing beneath the surface. Premise can be prosaic and unimaginative on paper/script, but with the right touches and performances, I believe we’re in for a good score here.
And hey, it’s Joseph Chang! With the ever so talented Kwai Lun Mei and hottie Rhydian Vaughan. That raises the bar of hope a notch higher. At least out of the 3, we have 2 people who’re not mere pretties on screen. They actually have the chops.
Girlfriend. Boyfriend. 女朋友 .男朋友. premiers this 3rd August 2012 in TW. Who knows when it’ll get to my place, but I’m SO willing to wait.
credits: GF BF
Lee Min Ki needs to come back to my screen soon. IMMEDIATELY! PRONTO!
Have you guys seen this official 2-min trailer of his upcoming film “Quick“? (DB posted a short teaser in her blog earlier [Teaser].)
It’s all flashy over the top action. And VERY exaggerated IMO. But what the heck? Did you see the overwhelming Lee Min Ki hotness in it?
HQ cine21 photos of LMK