lee seunggi lockscreens!! please like or reblog if you save it!! 🌿
I finished moment at eighteen andddd i didn’t like it that much, it’s not very well build but i reallyyyy liked seongwu’s acting. It was a very touching story but that’s it, it’s not that remorable, even tho there’s that thing with moonbin’s character, and some stories are so inconclusive, as well characters that had a lot of weight, like they lived for a moment and that’s all. BUT I’m gonna start more than friends cause of seingwu and yeeun, i like them both so I HOPE it’s good.
they’re so affectionate as a couple, im so soft for them🥺💕
everyone waited for this scene
and all of us;
She told you to let go.
please please PLEASE let the main character fall in love with the king please please let that be where this is going
Fandom: My First First Love
The stoplight turned green and instead of taking the quick shortcut to get back to their house, the same one that used to belong to his grandfather and he lived in throughout university, Tae-oh turned left. He drove down the road and slowed down in front of the house his newly married wife grew up in.
“Why’d you stop here?” Song-i asked from behind him, unwrapping her arms from around his waist to stretch.
“I, uh,” he said over his shoulder while tapping his feet against the ground, “I didn’t feel like going home just yet and thought we could stop here
Do you want to join a kdrama groupchat on instagram? Sign up here! https://ift.tt/2ocYZXU
I mostly liked how The Uncanny Counter ended, but I had some questions/complaints as well. I understand some of the writers left the show before it ended, which might explain things.
I really hated the way they brought in that foreign Counter just to get him killed in the Boss Fight in order to bring some cheap tears and then to use his spirit to show yet another skill Mun might have. What the heck is that blue eyes energy which is not even mentioned in the next episode?
And speaking of the finale, like I’ve already said, almost the only important moment was when Mun got rid of his childhood guilt. Mun and Ha-Na working together to give his grandparents peace was another highlight. Still, this is indicative: it’s more of a conpendium of nice stuff that happened after the big bad was vanquished and all the crimes are fizzled into nothing. The criminals confessed. The bully apologised. Nice happy roadtrip with MIB costumes in the end.
I want the original Eonni’s noodles, not some polished up, Westernised version of them.
How is Lee Jong Suk 31????? Is he a vampire
I thought I could get away with just watching a few eps of Mr. Queen & then go back to The Uncanny Counter, but my funny bone ain’t havin it. 🤣🤣🤣
I was so excited to finally watch Color Rush, I was anticipating a lazy weekend binge watching all the episodes, and honestly I’m pretty disappointed. Screenshots and gifs and other people’s opinions led me to believe it was going to be amazing, and I’m sorry to those of you that genuinely like it but it’s just so….. cringey? Like I’m not kidding when I say that I was just continuously cringing through the whole first episode. I always anticipate some cheesiness when I start a new drama, but this is just….. oof. Idk guess it’s just not my cup of tea and I’m bummed lmao.
my life currently is really just me desperately waiting for wednesday and thursday every week for the new true beauty and run on episodes,,, idk what i’m gonna do when they end
After watching 3 different cuts for scarlet heart, my favourite being the one on netflix korea, i started wondering if such a variety exist for other kdramas as well?
Or is scarlet heart the only one?
Also whats the point from a producer point of view, other than being confusing as hell
She would never know, JTBC (2021).