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Kyah!!! The bus scene~~~ <333
When Sooha started reading Hyeseong’s mind and ending her sentences for her… creepy but I just LOVE this scene! :D
Written by Alexa Villano
Photography by Kris Rocha for Manila Concert Scene.
The Smart Araneta Coliseum was filled with the color blue last June 15, when Korean boy band CNBLUE performed before thousands of screaming Kpop fans.
The concert dubbed as the “Blue Moon Tour,” saw…
If the stalker is THIS gorgeous, I will let him in. Hahahaha!
Awwww… I know the age gap is disturbing… but it’s still CUTE!
BOOM! Hahaha! That burns… LOL! And he has a POINT. :D
If this guy would save my life every time, then I’d attempt suicide everyday. LOL. (not making light of suicide, okay… chill. XD)
How to practice your greetings, Park Sooha style.
Posting because Lee Jongsuk is <333
I just love this scene! In your face Do Yeon’s appa! HUMPH!
I love love love Lee Jongsuk’s new drama ‘I hear your voice’!!! I didn’t have any plans of watching another draggy and sappy Kdrama but I heard about the plot from my students… so I tried it. I was instantly hooked from ep 1!
So Lee Jongsuk plays Park Sooha, a high school student who had a terrible ‘accident’ when he was young (which claimed the life of his dear father). He has the ability to read other people’s minds just by looking at their eyes. She meets the feisty and conceited lawyer/public defender, Jang Hyeseong (Lee Boyoung) whom he seemed to have some sort of ‘past’ with. He’s so keen on ‘protecting’ her and kept on sticking to her like a gum… Hence his nickname, ‘Gum’. :)
I instantly liked the plot. It wasn’t fresh or unique, but there’s something compelling about it. I don’t like dramas about law or politics coz I find them boring. But this one is different. It has a twist of mystery and a sprinkle of suspense. There’s also a rom-com in between. It has just the right balance. Every episode kept me hooked and left me wanting MORE. The courtroom scenes are far from ho-hum too. I always feel a mix of tension, excitement, frustration and even giddiness whenever I watch them.
I just hope this won’t turn into one of those dramas that started off with a bang but ended with a miserable pop.
I’m so proud of Lee Jongsuk. His acting really got better. WAY BETTER than I expected it to be. :)