I AM SO EXCITED TO FINALLY, FINALLY RELEASE THIS. I have been working on this for the past months and now it's finally here - phone cases that I've designed personally are now available on TeeChip! I put in a lot, a lot of effort into this so I hope you can give me your support and at least click read more to find out more?:D I LOVE YOU GUYS!( PLEASE READ MORECollapse )
Based on the preview, I'm guessing that the third vaccine is going to cause everything to break apart, and then we are going to find out more about Ji Sung's journey towards being human + a kiss between the couple! This is my favourite drama of Goo Hyu Sun, and honestly Ahn Jae Hyun is not bad as well. He needs improvement in his acting, but I think he has potential and he has a lot of room to grow. I love his small little smiles and affectionate gazes at Ri Ta!!
No more conjectures and I suppose there won't be any more since this is already Episode 15. However, I really hope they don't make Ri Ta ill with the rare disease because that will be SO...uncalled for? Unless (ooh conjecture #6) the scriptwriters want to put Ji Sung in a similar situation as the Director - having someone you love falling sick and knowing that you have the power to make her better. The Director took the step of turning Ga Yeon into an infected, and possibly Ri Ta's potential illness is used to tempt Ji Sung into either making her an infected or giving her the vaccine from the Director. Either way, I am not a big fan of this development and I hope my conjecture is wrong. Tempting Ji Sung with the knowledge that he can do something to help has already been done through Sister Silvia, I don't really want to see a repeat of a similar storyline.
Let's see how this goes!
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Finally had the time to post these screenshots (yep, the busy-me excuse is popping up again!)
Anyway, I'm indeed semi-hooked on Blood. It's awesome that it's an on-going drama because if not, I would have devoured all 20 episodes by now.
I really loved this scene where Ji Sung tells Ri Ta that he was the vampire who saved her.
But is it just me or does Goo Hye Sun look REALLY cross-eyed here?
"This is not a dream right? I always wish that I can meet that boy again, even once..."
While she falls asleep, Ji Sung's really-cute-friend is busy running the data programmes etc.
Ri Ta then wakes up the next morning and proceeds to verify the story which she just heard the night before. Ji Sung feigns ignorance, then says, "If you want to tell the story, say it properly."
"Am I a flea? How can I jump 30 metres into the air?"
And kiss? What kiss??
Yes Ri Ta, I hope you are slightly mortified now because it's really hilarious.
Ending this post off with Ji Sung's face, when he is nodding so agreeably to the idea that the fake wedding should have a groom and then realises that Ri Ta is referring to himself.
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Recently I've decided on a few exciting things (okay it's exciting for me at least HAHA) so here's the first one!
I'm going to be more active on twitter now - it used to be just a place that updates itself whenever I make a new post on Livejournal but now I really want to make it a place where I can interact with you guys on a closer and more intimate basis. It makes me so happy whenever I see someone retweeting my recaps(:
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I thought this scene was hilarious *chuckle to myself*
Young Shin defended herself against one of the bad guys, which turned out to be Jung Hoo. He was all like hey watch where you hit.
He proceeded to take down all the bad guys, while introducing himself to Young Shin's dad, "I'm Seo Jung Hoo" sorry for not telling you my name earlier etc.
Dad and Uncle gaped at his fighting skills.
Adorably, Jung Hoo will warn Young Shin everytime he's about to kick someone in the ass - "Are you watching?" "I'm closing my eyes" "Okay"
And bam, the bad guy goes down.
Gape gape gape HAHA.
Failing to summarise the story in an understandable manner, Young Shin stepped in to provide an elaboration, and all this guy can do is to nod and echo the last word of every sentence HAHAHA. Why are you so adorable??
When the whole thing is over, he hugged Young Shin and said out loud that it would only be for five seconds. Uncle stopped Dad from rushing over, but counted down anyway.
Okay 5 seconds up. Jung Hoo walked out of the cafe, only to stride in again like the previous time and tilt Young Shin's face up towards his own --
Before realising oh oops Dad manners, so he pretended like he came back just to tell Young Shin to take care of herself and have her meals on time.
ADORABLE. I can't seem to find another word for him right here, but I watched this scene say 4 times.
And I think the scene where Moon Ho had to cover Jung Hoo's eyes and continue to wail is hilarious.
Bye Healer:( I will miss you.
I think I'm inevitably drawn even more towards the drama if the couple has great chemistry, and I feel so much chemistry here. I have never watched Ji Chang Wook in his other dramas (other than snippets from Smile, Dong Hae but he seemed really fresh then) so I wouldn't know if he's a chemistry bomb like Lee Jung Suk, but it doesn't matter - he does enjoy chemistry with Park Min Young. Plotwise, I love it that it's like a City Hunter, but added with rom com - so much more jokes and fun moods. If you notice, in every 'emo-ish' episode, the writers will be sure to include some sort of comic relief, and I think they do it really well.
I was just thinking - if it's possible for Taiwan/HongKong/China dramas to produce sequels to stories, or to produce different story plots with the same cast,why can't Korean dramas do it for once? Maybe they have done it before, and it simply wasn't my luck that it happened to my favourite dramas (okay Youtube videos of Playful Kiss maybe?) but I really wish they would do it here -- even if it's a completely different story but with the same cast, I promise I would give my fullest support.
Drama blues aint going away.
I was SO busy over the past week that there wasn't even enough time to sleep...but you know you are truly addicted to a show when you itch to go back to the latest episode you've just watched even though you know you shouldn't! (Hahaha yes I'm talking about Healer.) And I'm so happy to return to 2 episodes yesterday night and now I'm itching for more of it already. What a pity this drama is already over!! I would have loved to recap some episodes hahahah.
I'm loving this episode (and hopefully can get the chance to recap the rest of the episodes till this drama ends). I checked the ratings of this drama a while ago and was puzzled to see the low ratings - this is one of the best dramas I've watched in 2014, with a solid plot and good acting. However, I'm beginning to see that it's starting to pick up its fanbase, and people around me are getting super into this drama too which is a GREAT thing.( RECAP!Collapse )
Yay yay I love it that the couple has come together again! Even though it is at risk of making all the heartache for naught, but I think it has been put together really well and it doesn't make me feel like the past episodes of seeing the couple separated are a waste of time. We see them grow individually as people, and how Dal Po no longer holds back in front of In Ha, how In Ha is sincere in her support of Dal Po, how Dal Po and In Ha ultimately cannot survive without each other and that they need each other. I like that.
I like it that it is always so peaceful whenever Dal Po visits Jae Myung, but I wish it could have been a more upbeat atmosphere. I know that Jae Myung is doomed, but at least make his last scenes happy:( I like him too much.
I think it's still too early to celebrate and this worries me - what if the Chairman comes up with some devlish ideas that destroy Chan Soo further? I love it though, that the scriptwriters have thought this out so meticulously, have allowed time for us to understand and bond with Chan Soo, before picking him out as the next target. History repeats itself and this drama shows us how horrible and eerie when that happens.
Surprisingly, I don't feel any sense of hatred towards any characters, not even Sung Cha Ok or the Chairman. I think they are shown as very three-dimensional, and not just evil characters, and I only await eagerly for the retribution that they will get (hopefully the drama will not let us down).
What do you guys think!
I'm loving this drama and especially this episode! It's where all the great reveals unravel and we get to see a teeny bit of the fall out.( RECAP!Collapse )
I've only started on this series recently but I've been loving every single episode of it and this episode tops it off. It has kept me engaged the entire time and I love how this drama isn't really following the classic scenes/moves/premises as other dramas do. There are the funny twists where Bum Joo's mum doesn't care about In Ha's background and just wants her son to be happy. There's also the whole idea of truth threading behind the entire drama. There's no misunderstandings or lies that hold the drama together and thats satisfying because those kind of dramas depend heavily on good reveals to give them a satisying ending. For this drama, each reveal is done in a fulfilling manner and I love the fall-outs - from Dal Po discovering way early on that the girl he's living with is the daughter of the woman he hates, to In Ha discovering Dal Po's true identity, to Jae Myung discovering his brother's identity. Each reveal is done in its good time, and I don't feel like the drama's entire success depends on the reveals, if you know what I mean.
I absolutely love the throwback scene as well and it's a very good portrayal of fate and retribution. Indeed, the words that Dal Po have directed at In Ha but actually are meant for Manager Sung, have finally gotten to the ears of the right person, delivered by the right person (though it will be just as satisfying if Dal Po is the one who did it, but it would have been boring to hear him go at it twice).
I think that this is a really strong drama so I don't mind Lee Pil Mo having a small but critical role. I do wish to see him in greater roles after this drama though, having liked him so much from Emergency Couple.