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  1. My heart hurts for Ji-Ho, he finally found someone he wants to love but she just happens to be someone he can't love openly. I'm really frustrated with Jung-in's because she really isn't acting true to her character. Am I the only one frustrated? Just like what Ji-Ho said to his friend, that she said she doesn't like lying but all she does is lie to him. She's breaking his heart so bad! I just hope Jung-in stop acting so wishy washy, take a hold of her feelings and figure out what exactly she wants then she can break it off with her bf so she can stop torturing herself, Giseok, and Ji-Ho. But truly, this director know how to make things so achingly beautiful, so sad yet so beautiful. I hope the day Jung-in finally sets her heart on Ji-Ho that she never lets him go, just like how her sister described her to be.
  2. THIS LAST PART! OMG! If it rolls out like that, it'd be stabbing DMI twice!! I can't! ~cry~ But this was so introspective of you ~round of applause~ Also, DMI in a suit! (that short video of the compilation of DMI in suits) IT'S SO HOT THAT IT'S GONNA SET A BUILDING ON FIRE! ~dead~
  3. [WARNING: LONG POST - READ AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION] I wasn't too keen on starting this drama because of SITR, which I watched the first half but the story starting losing it's appeal and direction so I dropped the whole thing. But I'm so glad that I gave it a try (mostly because of the main leads). I'm loving it so far! Han Ji Min and Jung Hae In are killing it at portraying their characters and the display of emotions are so deep. Their chemistry is really off the charts I loved the end of ep 1 when they kept on glancing at each other. Since I wasn't paying attention to any news for this drama I was so surprised when finding out Ji-Ho had a son. But I loved how they brought this kind of dynamic into the plot because it adds so much depth for both characters. Though I am kind of lost regarding Jung-In's character. She says one thing but does another, sometimes she's really exact and assertive about what she wants but like with her boyfriend at times, she's so vague. If they keep pushing her character in that direction, soon she will get hated (not that it hasn't already started). From the site where I'm watching this drama, people are having a HEATED discussion about whether what Jung-In is doing is cheating or not. One or two people stated that they're dropping the drama, which I think is a dumb and very careless decision to make so early in the drama, but maybe they just can't stand how iffy Jung-In is being which is also understandable. I was also getting a bit frustrated about how she was dealing with the whole attraction to Ji-Ho and not wanting to get married situation. My stance on whether or not she's cheating is that yes, I think what she's doing qualifies as cheating. Just because nothing physical has happened doesn't make it not cheating. Emotionally she has already distanced herself from her bf and even more so after the mentions of marriage and after meeting Ji-Ho. It's understandable that she doesn't want to be forced or rushed into marriage and not wanting to marry just because they've dated for a long time. It seems that her relationship with her bf has become stale after such a long time, or was their relationship always so plain and boring? But Jung-In's character description states that she pursues after what she desires and prioritizes happiness but then what is she doing staying with someone that doesn't make her happy? This is what utterly confuses me. Obviously she needed some adventure in her life and Ji-Ho just happened to step into the picture. Seeing her unwilling to let him go and her continued pursuit in trying to "become friend" with him, he definitely sparked something her (I mean, who wouldn't be, just look at him ~smirk~). She is curious about Ji-Ho thus becoming friends with him will allow her to keep him by her side to get to know him better, which is kind of her "excuse" to keep on seeing him. But yet she doesn't allow her sister to do the same thing (hmm). Also, I don't know if Jung-In just likes kids but she seems to be really warm and attentive towards Ji-Ho's kid. Like when she suddenly took a picture of the dinosaur stickers in his car, she seems to be really curious about his son too though she's never met him, still it's very beautiful to see that she doesn't care that he's a single dad. So Jung-In and Ji-Ho are attracted to each other, but our leading lady is also unwilling to let go of her long-term relationship but we don't know why even though she seems unhappy. I can only see it as that she's unwilling to let go of the stability of the long-term relationship yet also wanting to feel for the adventurous, full of sparkles new attraction. But one can't always have the best of both world and this is leading her on the path of cheating (smh). I can only give her some credit for at least telling her bf they need a break but that's a not a break up so can't give her full credit. Hopefully, she will realize her foolishness before she reaches a point of no return. I don't hate her character or anything though because like the description for this drama, everything really is so realistic. These are all things that can happen in real life, people have times when they don't know what exactly they want and choose comfort over passion or the other way around. I don't expect the journey to be a smooth one, so anyone watching should know that there will be many ups and downs. I just hope that it's a great journey that will leads to our characters learning more about themselves, each other, and finding their happiness.
  4. Not 100% sure but something about after the finale. I'm hoping this is where we see STM sitting on their son's toy car lol
  5. @pad-hari To answer your other question about the model/celebrity dude, the bruise on his eye is just special effects make-up (STM explained it to GWY since he asked too). Ep 17 Epilogue Ep 21 Trailer Ep 23 Trailer Ep 24 Trailer
  6. Is everyone here active Chinese drama viewers and/or Kdrama viewers? The only drama I'm currently watching is Put Your Head on My Shoulder, which is ending in a few weeks. Though I did just start Le Coup de Foudre, I'll know if I'll continue after a few episodes. Then, I'm waiting for Park Boyoung's Abyss to air. Otherwise, I'm in a drama drought where not much catches my attention. Please give me suggestions of any good dramas~ thank you all!
  7. Episode 14 Recap Like the last one, I didn't cover minor scenes and focused only on our main couple.
  8. Episode 13 Recap This is my first time doing a recap so it's probably not very good. I did skip some minor parts/details and the second couple moments too. Hopefully everything is understandable.
  9. If anyone wants a recap of unsubbed episodes please message me, then I can make a post for those who would like a summary.
  10. http://www.dramapanda.com/2019/03/xu-kai-mobbed-by-fans-and-left-with.html Xu Kai's popularity has been on the rise since Story of Yanxi Palace and gaining more attention now with The Legends. It's sad to see thing like this happen to him at the airports and how fans think they have the right to shove their way into the personal space of their favorite idols/actors.
  11. @DontEatMyKimchi In regards to the drama Arsenal Military Academy, from an interview of the cast, Bai Lu said she got her hair cut just for the role. Kind of sad to see her long hair gone but she looks really cool in that hairstyle too. I'm really amazed at her devotion to her roles, makes me proud as a fan. She also stated afterwards she kept a hat on and refused to look at her haircut because she didn't want to face the fact that she really cut her hair. Bai Lu said she bought a wig some time afterwards to wear when she goes out. The rest of the cast said they were so used to her short hairstyle that they can't get used to seeing her with long hair lol.
  12. This is going to be a terrible explanation but I'm going to try. Basically Jiang Wu is a manifestation of QQX's obsession for LZY which he got rid of it (from his heart per se) when they were in the ice cave, the drama calls it a xin mo 心魔. Though QQX didn't know that it would take shape itself and kill people to take human form thus becoming Jiang Wu. I have to say, that's a pretty strong obsession lol
  13. @Alila Nguyen Legend of Yunxi is really good, I think you would need to get past the first few episodes and then it really picks up. The plot might seem like it's old with a unloved scarred daughter with mean stepmother and stepsister but that's only the preface. The plot in whole isn't focused on that, give it a try, I recommend it. Which eternal love are you referring to? The one with Yang Mi?
  14. Just adding my two cents here about Goodbye My Princess and Untouchable Lovers. I watched a couple episodes of Goodbye My Princess, the beginning was really nice but after all the deaths and killing of people related to the main girl it got pretty boring so I dropped it. I didn't think the acting was bad but it's definitely not as good as The Legends. Out of all the Chinese dramas airing right now, I'm only watching The Legends because it's the only one worth watching. I prefer Chinese historical fantasy dramas so I'm always on the lookout for new ones but I'm also really picky, though if I really like a drama I can watch it again and again. I've already re-watched all the current episodes of The Legends again, 6 episodes a week is not enough lol. Untouchable Lovers, to me, was really bad, like not worth watching it was all just pretty cast which I don't care about. I only saw three episodes and skipped almost all of it. The story made no sense and the acting was so bad. The main guy is nothing but a pretty face, same for another drama he acted in, disappointment. Not to diss him but the term xiao xian rou 小鲜肉 perfectly describes him. This is a Chinese term used to refer to new actors who are fresh, young, and handsome, the term literally means little fresh meat. New actors might not always want to be coined with that phrase because it just means you have a nice face and it overshadows your acting abilities. I remember Xu Kai was asked in an interview once about being xiao xian rou but he said he didn't want to referred as that but instead he wants viewers to watch over his acting and be recognized for that. He is handsome but from the interviews I've seen, he is serious about his acting and wants to be known for his roles in dramas. Anyways that ends my rant. I don't have many people to share with about the dramas I watch so hopefully this didn't bore all of you. Also if any of you are looking for a nice drama to watch within the drama of historical fantasy: Legend of Yunxi and Ashes of Love are really good. Both are adopted from novels, Legend of Yunxi has a smart and strong main female lead who doesn't need her man to kick richard simmons for her but the parts where the male lead comes in to help her are swoon-worthy. Though Ariel Lin's current drama isn't good, check out Prince of Lan Ling (Lan Ling Wang) which is a drama she did back in 2013 with Feng Shaofeng. It's really good with a really good plot, great acting, and will probably make you want to rip your hair out for some/many parts (in a good way).
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