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He has the face of a god, chiseled to perfection in all the right places.

 

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Thank you @ibru and @kiyimae for sharing the articles on the Compilation of Poetry Books in RIABB and the explanation on RHK_Korea.  Interesting indeed.  I posted a congratulatory message to Mr Na TJ on his winning at the recent 30th Sowol Poetry Awards on my IG, but was not too sure of the whole details - now they are clearer to me.

It is so heartwarming and rewarding to see Jong Suk's collaboration with Mr Na TJ is in the limelight again.   

Just to share a quote here from Robert Frost -   Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words

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“Life laughs at you when you are unhappy. Life smiles at you when you are happy. But, Life salutes you when you make others happy.” – Charlie Chaplin

Let's all be happy and make others happy:grin:

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1 hour ago, ibru said:

 

“Life laughs at you when you are unhappy. Life smiles at you when you are happy. But, Life salutes you when you make others happy.” – Charlie Chaplin

Let's all be happy and make others happy:grin:


Love your quote @ibru .  Thanks for the above reminder !    We must.
 

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Now we're having a taste of what Eve must have felt

when she was being tempted with an apple.

photo credits to foreverjslee

 

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He is fairer than the morning star, and lovelier than the moon. For his body many would give their soul, and for his love one would surrender heaven.

― a quote from a quote

 

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Last day of September!

Time is just flying...

Hope, you like my edition :D

Original art by leeleecalli 

 

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On 9/25/2019 at 4:05 AM, hilllllllly said:

He has said quite a few times that he felt his role in The Face Reader brought down the movie and because of that, he's sworn off of anything historical. However, I remember Lee Seo Jin talking to him about it on 3 Meals a Day and he seemed open to the idea of a historical drama under the right circumstances. Selfishly, I kind of hope he doesn't because it's not my favorite genre, but I'm sure if anyone is going to make me a fan, it's him. 

 

I was just thinking today about how different all of his roles have been. I think that's one of the things I find so impressive about him. There is a distinct difference in all of his characters. I don't believe he's ever played the same role twice. Musician, airman, student, swimmer, doctor, reporter, manhwa character, serial killer, playwright... he's always something distinguishable and none of his characters blur. I'm sure a few of his critics would disagree but they're wrong. ^_^

 

I know a lot of people didn't love Doctor Stranger (especially the frizzy hair) but I remember being blown away by how different he was as Park Hoon. He change his body type, his speech, and mannerisms so much that he felt like a different person to me. While that drama wasn't the best in terms of writing and casting, I have such a soft spot for it because of how hard he worked to become this character. I know he feels like he failed, but he didn't. Not at all. 

 

I haven't watched The Face Reader. I will, soon. I believe he's just being too hard on himself when he said that, though. 

 

I love historical dramas. It always brought different sides of the actors, something we couldn't see in modern dramas. Even the language is different. It's always more formal in historical dramas. I want to see him as a crown prince or an emperor too, fighting off politic rivalry or go to war, be in a battle scene. It would be really interesting to watch, I'm sure. 

 

But it's just my personal wish. Whatever project he'll do after he's discharged, I'll be grateful and watch happily. 

 

I just finished watching the movie As One, about the table tennis international competition where the North and South Korea joined forces for the first time. Lee Jong Suk-ssi played a really uptight and innocent North Korean athlete. 

 

The movie was a bit boring at first, but it catches up towards the middle and the end, thanks to the amazing acting skills of the two main actresses, Ha Ji Won and Bae Doo Na. Lee Jong Suk-ssi was memorable here, looking so innocent with a basic haircut and black hair. I especially loved his romantic (though tragic) scenes here. He really could express himself well as a North Korean who was used to hold in all his emotions, including to a girl he liked. Loved his acting here. He's already good even then TT___________TT

 

And he already played with Ha Ji Won twice. In As One and Secret Garden. She's one of my most favorite actress. Would he be able to star in one movie/drama with her as the main actor? I'd love him to act alongside Song Hye Kyo as well. I know they are both a lot older than him, but they're like the best South Korean actresses for me. He could play with Lee Na Young, so maybe Ji Won and Hye Kyo are possible as well. 

 

For his generation of actresses, I love Jung Ji Eun and IU. It's definitely my wish to see him acting with them. 

 

You are right. He is really an exceptional actor. When he acts, he's not only saying dialogues. Even his body language differs from one work to the other. I think it's really fantastic. He said all his work were not based on instincts but careful and hard work. Well, I say he must be born with the natural talent of acting. 

 

I pray that he can always stay in the acting industry, even until he grows old, and be South Korea's Al Pacino, getting award winning quality material for the rest of his life.

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