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  2. Don’t worry dear . You are wise beyond your years . In fact most of the time the only thing I’m keen to talk about is abs and my oppas. In that respect I may be less of an adult than you ! @Sejabin I think I might be having a mini crush on your oppa . In Absolute BF , I think he’s got the most potential for the storyline . And I caught myself watching all his cuts on KBS world for his current weekender - ok I can’t really feel the chemie btwn him & the FL ( I actually like the actress ) , the age gap does feel big & visually it’s not quite there for me ( Miss Shallow here ) , but he’s adorable. @Ameera Ali waves . I think I wanna make a gif of KYK for my DP using the scene which @nohamahamoud2002 just posted above . Gahhh I love the man . The blind Brother is such a sweetheart too ...but the lil sis needs a smacking. @Lawyerh eps 14 - strangle me now ...WAH they are going all out melodrama is it ??? 746
  3. I think we will start to get the romance we all wanted from the start for the next episodes since they are working together now. It also seems like se yeon will fall for him first. Regarding in the ownership of the abyss I don't think that young chul has to die first so before it will go back to cha min I think cha min has just to get his hands on the abyss and he will be the owner again. It was said in the rule that "temporary" I think it means "you'll have it until the real owner gets it back". Because if it really means that young chul has to die first then they won't get the abyss till the last episode lol.
  4. @dolley yes they responded, and as I said in DM to you, asked you to correct me if I'm wrong about the IG kicking bc the subject is very very sensitive to them. Hahaha proven indeed. Another sensitive subject is Li Yi Feng, and Wookie's Chinese fans are still so angry with us until now. Well they should know the other Wook helps DH and Wookie reputation at least to Yi Feng's fans. Btw what so special about our shipper thread, every corner come here. Ok back to Wookie, such generous Wookie.
  5. @lu09i am sure chinggu that jeong in's mother is the opposite of the role she acted in SITR. Actually i hated her there lol. But i have watched her in other dramas and she can be the real opposite. I think jeong in's father is the one who will be hated here lol LJI is a strong woman and very opinionated as we can see her. She really is standing up to her father. She wants a different marriage as she already have seen what happened to her older sister. @tok-soompiThat scene to call the cops is embarrasing and quite funny lol. Ji min has these facial expressions that i really love. Looking forward to episode 2 Off to watching episode 1 again before checking episode 2. I hope my livestream works this time.
  6. The least fav character that Jiwonn played in dramas ??? Huh ??!! ...at the beginning I don't liked to much Jang Se Jin - School 2... but little by little after I began to understand her , the motif of her behavior... and somehow I empathized with her after awhile I'm with you @strwbrry and @drakelaw ...my fav character is Hang Ah too. Hahaaha @drakelaw ...great dream It was a time when they were close friends or ...who knows more then that but that's all ...Jiwonn romance life is like a black hole ...a total mystery
  7. I am waiting for Ep 2 and watching both Ep 1 and 2 together. But the ratings does make me want to watch Ep 1 immediately. Argghhh.... I need to be disciplined and resist!
  8. He is too good to be true... Can't take my eyes off him too... You're not alone... I hate him too @Sejabin... very much 744
  9. Other than getting a copy of the magazine of Ryan, helping Ryan to overcome his obstacles will be her birthday wish.
  10. May 22, 2019 Director Bong Joon-ho: stairs are a key metaphor in 'Parasite' CANNES, France, May 22 (Yonhap) -- South Korean auteur Bong Joon-ho said Wednesday that stairs serve as a key metaphor for hierarchical social status and materialism in his Cannes-nominated black comedy "Parasite." "Nearly 90 percent of the story takes place in a big house, the home of the rich family. It has a vertical structure -- second floor, first floor and basement," the director said at an official press conference for the 72nd Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France. "Each space is connected by stairs. Our staff jokingly called our work a 'stair movie.'" In this photo provided by AFP, South Korean director Bong Joon-ho (4th from R) and the cast of "Parasite" pose during a photocall at the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, on May 22, 2019. (Yonhap) The film, which premiered Tuesday night at Cannes, revolves around the poor family of Ki-taek who live in a squalid, grubby basement. They get involved in a string of mishaps after the sly son gets a job as a tutor for a moneyed family residing in an opulent, gaudy mansion. It is Bong's second attempt to win the Palme d'Or in the main competition section, following the action-adventure film "Okja" in 2017. The 49-year old director said he took the concept of stairs from old Korean classic movies like "The Housemaid" by Kim Ki-young in 1960. Vertical structures typically symbolize social hierarchy in cinema, but Bong said the structures in "Parasite" are even more special because of indigenous subterranean residential spaces called "semi-basements." "In South Korea, the semi-basement has subtle nuances," he said. "(People) live underground, but want to believe that they are above the ground because they have a moment when sunlight comes into their room." He said "Parasite" begins with a scene in which the sun lights up Ki-taek's filthy semi-basement home as if his family are not yet living below-the-surface lives. "But at the same time, they are afraid of falling into a complete underground situation if they get worse," he said. "This is the ingenious point my movie has." The director is known for his socially conscious films like "The Host," "Snowpiercer" and "Okja." He described himself a genre movie director who doesn't like to follow the rules of genre films. "Korean genre films have experienced stellar development in the 2000s," he said. "They have made a stab at blending Korean political situations, personal anguish and Korean history." Actor Song Kang-ho plays the role of Ki-taek, the father of the destitute family. It is his fourth time working with the director -- he previously apeared in "Memories of Murder," "The Host" and "Snowpiercer." "As a screenwriter and director, he has wielded his great insight into society in every movie," Song said of the director. "I think 'Parasite' is about what Bong the artist wants to communicate." brk@yna.co.kr
  11. @samzz hahahaha..funny they respond again..jobless people have all the time visiting this thread even a celebrity lol Is that the CEO of her new company? Or a cosmetic CEO? https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/jayjun/
  12. May 22, 2019 The Man Standing Next at the 72nd Cannes Film Market Source: Naver / Showbox
  13. 742 If it’s me I will kiss his cheek close to his lips xuxuxuxu ahhh I hate this guy. Why do I imagine kissing him. I.hate.you. I just know that he is also can sing. And he is singing this way ARGHHHHHHH too man. I really really really hate this hot namja
  14. @roshzanna thank you so much! But when the playground is not there anymore, we won't go there I'd rather keep the beautiful playground in my mind. I want to go to Ihwa Mural village, maybe the bookstore and Namsan library. In what scene is the stamp coffee? Thank you so much. @roshzanna thank you so much! But when the playground is not there anymore, we won't go there I'd rather keep the beautiful playground in my mind. I want to go to Ihwa Mural village, maybe the bookstore and Namsan library. In what scene is the stamp coffee? Thank you so much.
  15. @gm4queen the more I look at the main poster, it is growing on me. Hahaha. I still find the scribblings cheesy. But overall, it is kinda unique, simple and bright. The group poster is simple and cute too. I'm digging the colour pallete of these posters, especially the individual posters. They have so little time to promote. It will start airing in about 10 days from today lol.
  16. yeah, I actually agree with you @Nusrat.mituon always being aksed about dating if they have good on screen chemistry. it's a bit of an immature question. of course they should have! it was a romantic comedy. and they are adults already. I think the questions would be more, hows it like working with each other and the cast and the whole team. or if they would like to work together again. professional questions. If you would look at other celebrities about their interviews after the drama, they are asked about the whole experience the shooting process and the whole production. I think the only reason why there were dating questions about PSJ and PMY is because the media already knew that someone would come out with the article of them dating (the whole 3 years rumor).
  17. We keep the hope going dear... as long as none of them got married yet, there is always the possibility I ain't leaving the ship... 740
  18. lmao mr & mrs smith?! i don't think i can imagine ppc doing that physical fight scene in the kitchen
  19. Park Min Young Is An Encouraging Girlfriend To Kim Jae Wook In “Her Private Life” Drama Preview May 23, 2019 by K. Lew Kim Jae Wook and Park Min Young spend some affectionate time together thanks to her request in “Her Private Life.” “Her Private Life” is about the romance between perfect art gallery curator Sung Duk Mi (played by Park Min Young) and her boss Ryan Gold (played by Kim Jae Wook). In the released photos, Sung Duk Mi gazes at Ryan Gold lovingly and asks him a request. He can’t help but smile lightly at her adoring eyes. He then draws a portrait with her as his model. She sits as straight as an arrow on the edge of her seat while he traces her silhouette on a blank canvas. Though he has had difficulty drawing due to his past trauma, he bravely overcomes it with her encouragement. A source from the production staff stated, “Park Min Young and Kim Jae Wook will become even more affectionate as they learn about one another and understand each other.” “Her Private Life” airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 9:30 p.m. KST. If you haven’t already, check out the latest episode below! NEW OST
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