I watched A Company Man a little while ago and I wasn’t sure what to write about it. What I really like about this movie was the main character himself, Ji Hyung-Do. He’s a brutal killer, who’s good at what he does. Well, that’s an understatement; he’s great at it. It’s his job, and he is a great “worker” so to speak and highly revered.
This is a drawing of Moo-Hyuk (So Ji-Sub) from I’m Sorry I love you. It’s my very first So Ji-Sub illustration. I hope you like it.
It’s time to say goodbye to 2014 and welcome 2015 with open arms. 2014 was my very first year of blogging. This blog was created January 9th 2014. It was an extremely rewarding year and experience.
I didn’t watch a whole lot of new dramas in 2014. I binged a lot on older dramas, so for my year end post, I thought I would do a quick rating on everything I watched in 2014 (old and new). Now… it’s very likely I’ll leave some things out accidentally, because let’s face it, I have the memory of a sieve.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 48,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 18 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
I wanted to take a moment to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and wish you a Happy New Year. I’m approaching my one year blogiversary and I want to let you all know that I really appreciate you.
Have a wonderful Christmas and enjoy your kdramas!
December 20th is Jang Hyuk’s Birthday!
It’s been almost a year now since my Jang Hyuk journey has began. I want to pay special respect to Jang Hyuk’s career today and growth as an actor.
I joke a lot, especially on twitter, and come across as a fan obsessed, hormone driven Kya girl. Truth is, what I adore more than anything about Jang Hyuk is his acting. Yes he is gorgeous, yes he is sexy but more than anything he is talented.
I’ve been really lazy lately and have been completely neglecting my writing. I’ve been contently immersed in my own little Kdrama world, but as a result, I have not really been sharing it but selfishly keeping it to myself. Partially, I think this is due to the fact that’s it’s probably not all that interesting to most. I’m not really watching anything new these days, but rather I’m currently watching the 2002 drama Glass Slippers. It’s 40 episodes, which is a lot for me. I normally stay away from dramas that are that long, but I’m watching it for So Ji Sub.
In the next couple weeks I do hope to get back on a proper writing routine. I still want to write a proper review for Fated to Love You, Road No. 1, Cain and Abel, Rough Cut and Always.
Happy Saturday Everyone!
This is going to be a short post. My brain is so full of kdrama info right now. I’ve been drowning myself in a sea of Kdramas. I’m staying up too late, watching for too long, and starting another drama like I’m afraid they’re going to go out of style.
I’m still marathon watching So Ji Sub and the amount of projects I’ve seen him in is now catching up to my Jang Hyuk obsession (scary I know, like one engulfing obsession is not enough)!
Anyway, it’s fun, but the one downside of marathon watching an actor you love is not all the dramas are equally enjoyable. Sure, no matter what you enjoy the actor and even gain new appreciation for dramas you wouldn’t normally like, but you have to suffer through a lot of heart break and unsatisfying endings.
I’m currently watching So Ji Sub in “A thousand years of love” – yes, that’s how truly dedicated I am. Actually, there’s a lot I do like about it despite the ridiculous hairdo and early 2000 drama cheese. I did however, again, spoil the ending for myself. I can’t stop myself these days. My curiosity keeps getting the best of me. Well, despite the fact that I know somewhat what is going to happen, I’m going to keep watching.
Enjoy your weekend everyone!