in this house we protect cho beom-pal, the only decent member of the cho clan and certified dumbass who’s just trying his best
he’s an earnest idiot who spends most of season 2 running away and getting braver men killed, but by the end of it, he’s on the battlefield himself, slaying zombies mostly by accident and screaming the whole time
this joseon-era himbo adores seo-bi with his whole heart and one remaining brain cell, and despite being an absolute coward, is somehow best friends with yeong-sin, the biggest badass in the land
he is so STUPID and i love him SO MUCH
Have you ever seen someone who hit you so hard right in the gay feels that you lost your sense of hearing for a few moments?
To all the poor gay messes desperately asking who she is, her name is Katy M. O'Brian and the pictures in the OP are from the series Z Nation. Here’s some other pictures.
You’re all welcome.
Thought y'all should know
Katy found out about this post and is delighted.
….so. That uh. That happened.
I scrolled and scrolled and scrolled the comments yet ppl fail to mention that googling her gives me alla this
i’m fucking G A Y
Ateez: so i can’t sing, can’t dance, can’t rap but i’m here to audition anyway. also btw here’s my mixtape
KQ: the audacity - you’re hired
#in completely unrelated news i think the gods don’t like our king #perhaps we should see if a blood sacrifice of the wealthy will soothe them (tags via @words-writ-in-starlight)
Yknow it belatedly occurs to me that those old ways of “welp, we had a drought, a famine, and a plague so the gods don’t like our king, lets get rid of him” actually make logical sense. If the king didn’t encourage infrastructure like digging wells, or invest in putting money aside to help feed people in times of crisis, or didn’t enact laws to stop the spread of disease….yeah. He needed to go. Not because the gods were angry, but because he was a bad king, and putting a new one in authority who would do those things to fix the problems would at least help weather the storm more effectively.