MV of the Week: Please Don’t… – K.Will

Truthfully, the main reason I checked out the MV was well because of Seo In Guk. Yeah, you guessed it. I’m still overly obsessed with Answer Me, 1997 that I have to get my daily dose of anything related to the main cast (Seo In Guk, Jung Eun Ji and Hoya). I don’t usually bother with MVs unless they’re from KPOP idol groups because honestly, I find the MVs of these mellow songs boring. If it’s about unrequited love, there’s this recurring theme typical guy loves the girl but said girl loves the other guy or girl loves her friend’s boyfriend or any similar rehashing of that concept. So, unless they cast some actor/actress/idol star I like; I won’t make Continue reading

Answer Me, 1997: Director’s Cut OST

Normally, one would see the front cover of the OST but since I’m all worn out of laying my eyes on the front cover, so I decided to put up the back cover instead. There you have it.

Having received this package on the first day of the month and on a Monday no less just made my entire week! Whatever screw ups my colleagues brought on at work couldn’t spoil my mood. Just listening to the songs on the OST already brightened up my day. Last time Continue reading

Kdramas 2011: In Retrospect…

I’ll begin my first post for 2012 with this one, reminiscing all the dramas I’ve seen last year. 2011 was quite a good year for kdrama watching! It gave us a lot of love, a bunch of laughs, breathtaking suspense, heart-wrenching moments and birth secrets galore! It’s an interesting year  Continue reading

2011 Kdrama Kisses: When a Kiss Isn’t Just a Kiss

Omo! Just when I thought last year’s kisses (foam kiss, party kiss, phone booth kiss and train kiss) were amazingly wonderful, here comes kdrama serving us with another dose of breathtaking, heart pounding and mind blowing slew of delectable Continue reading

Day 04: Your Favorite Male Third Wheel Character – Moon Jae Shin (Sungkyunkwan Scandal)

This is one category I can answer without batting an eyelash! Who wasn’t smitten over Geol Oh the Crazy Horse? If it were for me, he’d be the lead guy in the story. His onscreen presence just commands the viewer to watch his every move and listen to what he has to say which is kind of rare for someone dubbed as the second lead only. Note that it’s the first time I’ve seen Yoo Ah In in a drama so my judgment of his characterization as Jae Shin is in no way impaired like for some who’s already a fan of say the lead guy. Nope, not picking up a fight or anything and definitely we’re not going there. We’re here to talk about Jae Shin. Continue reading