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2 hours ago, Lawyerh said:

Btw wheres my other potential customer @angelangie:lol:

 

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how many had actually taken up  your product first lols or am i the only one left? :D 

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36 minutes ago, ktcjdrama said:

So who says money is everything, right? :D only one thing can fix it then... a kiss!... Yes? No? :lol:

 

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That’s what I think . 3 more eps left . If Chocolate can do it , so can this drama :joy:

 

@stroppyseThe main leads & OTP  are Kim Kang Woo and Jo Yeo Jong ( of Parasite fame )  . It is clear that they both like each other but there are too many obstacles that prevent them getting together including her still being legally married to an abusive psycho husband ( he refuses to divorce her ) and that their lives are constantly under threat while she goes after the 9.9billion dollars that seem to tossed around left , right & centre! It is a crazy drama .But very addictive, at least for me . I am not sure though if  it’s everyone’s cup of tea . 
 

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1 hour ago, angelangie said:

 

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how many had actually taken up  your product first lols or am i the only one left? :D 

I lost track... many... (salesman always need to boost up the number in a way :lol:)

 

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19 minutes ago, Lawyerh said:

I lost track... many... (salesman always need to boost up the number in a way :lol:)

 

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well i have hit my target for the month :P 

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I love the humor of the people putting up these bts together.....Like reality VS expectation....:joy: How unromantic is the supposedly romantic scene on screen...:joy:

 

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21 minutes ago, cenching said:

I love the humor of the people putting up these bts together.....Like reality VS expectation....:joy: How unromantic is the supposedly romantic scene on screen...:joy:

 

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that whats i called the best of fans ;) 

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4 hours ago, Lawyerh said:

I ocassionaly will dozed off nowadays.. age caught up... :lol: But actually Im not always into hype drama. Example : dots, secretary kim etc. 

 

But not to worry cloy i will continue, i like the 2nd lead story, and all those funny comrades. Eventho somehow im not too into the main lead romance now , my sis crazy about it tho... 

 

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@Lawyerh, what I like so much about this drama is the entire cast. And how the writer managed to maintain it's comedic vibe :wub:

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@Dhakra Give up. You already lost your argument. @triplem got you so well. Hahaha. I love her. Just accept that you like romance dramas. There is no shame in it. You might actually like chocolate. It kinda looks like slice of life to me as well, that is why I got kinda bored and stopped watching. But you might appreciate these kind of dramas. Just give it a try. 

 

Speaking of slice of life dramas, have you watched The light in your eyes? That is like the perfect slice of life with almost no romance. It definitely can't be called a romance. You should watch it. It takes a lot of patience but the end result is toooo good. I usually wouldn't watch this kind of drama but I was at my low point in life while I watched and I completely got sucked into it. Made me think about life and stuff. Nam Joo hyuk is the male lead and the girl from One spring night is the female lead. You know both of them. They were both excellent in this drama. Just watch it. 

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5 hours ago, thanie said:

@Sushimi, this is partly your fault, you know. You didn't warn me from the get-go that there's another version of this drama, thus, I mistakenly downloaded the wrong one. For the 1st 15 minutes, I thought it's an out-of-korea, with non-korean casts Korean drama. Well, to make the story short, the entire Ep.1 ended without the korean "feels" and I could only mutter to myself, "Holy  S**t, I got the wrong version$@#%" I'm so into Netflix, unfortunately the Korean version isn't available there ... 

 

My life need not be complicated, so I decided to move on right away and enjoy the whole Thai ride, though I find it really weird, you know ... Thai Language. My first time, thanks to you ... LOL!

*opening the door, shutting it again, this time with Louder a BANG!" Hahahahaha .... 

TBH, i never knew that there was a thailand version until you tell me :joy: so i just assume that you got the right one lol. But it's okay, just stick to it and then once done watch the korean version. Which is not on netflix :joy:x10

 

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I am really not a fan of this bowl cut look.  Wae??  I will be tuning in to this. It sounds like a warm and fuzzy type of drama.  

 

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51 minutes ago, nrllee said:

I am really not a fan of this bowl cut look.  Wae??  I will be tuning in to this. It sounds like a warm and fuzzy type of drama.  

 

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Me & @triplem more concerned with his clothes.. i said, he looks like going fishing, and she said hes going to hunt bear :lol: By right, isnt he supposed to be selling books? :ph34r:

 

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21 minutes ago, Lawyerh said:

 

Me & @triplem more concerned with his clothes.. i said, he looks like going fishing, and she said hes going to hunt bear :lol: By right, isnt he supposed to be selling books? :ph34r:

 


Yes I believe so.  I think he’s channeling the rustic charm look.  You know, with woodsy earthy tones.  Isn’t his bookstore in a rural area?  That could explain the styling choices.  
 

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@thanieI like Crash landing on you. only half part of ep 1 but I already like it. but internet connection very bad. later I will continue at home :blush:

 

so I watch doctor john ost and.... I HATE IT :weary: hatiku bergetar2 ARGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH I hate it I hate it I hate it Ihate it.... recommended by my friends in here. I will definitely watch it :weary: ahhh my weakness heart :weary:

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@Ameera Ali @ktcjdrama I think 9.9bn dollars can’t fix our sinking ship :joy:
 

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I am not giving up , dead bug can come out from a  grave :mrgreen: writer can mend his heart 

 

@ktcjdrama I agree with the kiss she can burn the money show him she love him :joy:

 

@Sejabin I show you doctor John abs , kisses yet you Fall in love with the drama by hearing  a Ost   :joy::mrgreen: 
- I need to improve my selling point like @Lawyerh  :joy::tounge_wink:

 

 

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14 hours ago, stroppyse said:

Does anyone really know what real, actual love is? 

 

And, does everyone really want real, accurate love stories to watch? I only pose this last question because it's the drama and the angst that pulls people in. A love story without conflict where a guy and a girl meet, like each other, are totally open and honest with each other, get the blessings of their family and friends, and then live a normal life together would be a goal in RL, but not that exciting to watch on the screen. Just saying.

 

Oh boy, stroppstropp asking the big questions here. 

 

But that's what I mean, love stories or how people meet and become a couple is way more complicated IRL than it seems in so many shallow RomCom dramas. That's why I LOVED "One Spring Night" and always mention it first, because the drama showcases SO well how love comes together. A single-father who raises his son somehow, hurted by love because the mother of his son left them early and a librarian girl who isn't happy in her relationship and just lives her life without true happiness. Their love and the way to each other were so complicated and interesting to watch. 

And all of that played in a realistic scenario without chabol families or any of that nonsense. 

 

RomComs may be good for oure entertainment or eye candy, but that is not what I am looking for and watching these kind of dramas annoy me. 

 

13 hours ago, Lawyerh said:

And @Dhakra if all persuasion failed, i will just ask u most fundamental question, do u like Ha Ji Won the actress? :lol:

 

I don't know her, so no.....

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......but.....now after a long, heavy evaluation and totally not just looking at her beautiful picture I admit I do like her. :ph34r:

 

 

13 hours ago, triplem said:

@stroppyse as you and @kokodus both know that @Dhakra often like to say he’s not into romance in dramas . I was amused when he said it again when some of our friends here were trying to recommend Chocolate to him . I called him out on this & listed a number of dramas where romance is front & centre that  I remember him watching. Also not too Long ago he declared One Spring Night as one of the best dramas he’s seen ( OSN - the last I check is is a contemporary romance drama ! :w00t:

 

 

So anyway my final point - why would someone need to be the defender of second female leads ( isn’t that what you call yourself @Dhakra ? ) if there isn’t a love triangle. And the fact that there is a love triangle means that the drama has romance as part of its main focus . Ta-da ....I rest my case . 
 

By the way , you should hv argued better that what you didn’t like was fluffy rom-coms, not that you don’t like romance. ^_^:P I am not trying to sell Chocolate to you , but the others felt that you may like it because it is a matured slow burn romance . The protagonists are at least in their 30s and above . If anything, the OST & setting of the drama will probably catch your attention .

 

You don't get my point. Sigh. I am not looking for romance in dramas, I am looking for dramas that have an interesting plot or deal with a topic I can learn about. You know that better than anyone, because in your role as acting "neck-on-the-line"-placer you always keep this in mind. 

 

One Night Spring is the best drama in recent months because it combines a romantic plot without throwing at you cheesy lines, unrealistic kisses, fantasy stuff or any other RomCom shenanigans. It deal with actualy love with all facettes. 

 

Sigh, you always describe it as if I run away from romantic right away. That's not true, I dislike dramas that have love as main plot and nothing else. If the drama is only about richard simmons Chaebol A marries naive girl B while actualy her best friend C is in love with her and secret lady D always had a crush on A than I run away faster than you could write all these false assumptions. 

If I read about the drama's plot and the first two to three sentences are about "love" then I lose interest immediately.

 

Another great example would be "The Package"

 

@triplem It really hurts me to disarm you so effecient, maybe you should rest all cases and look for a new task. 

 

12 hours ago, stroppyse said:

. @Dhakra is just complicated; you already know that about him, @triplem.

 

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8 hours ago, kokodus said:

@Dhakra Give up. You already lost your argument. @triplem got you so well. Hahaha. I love her. Just accept that you like romance dramas. There is no shame in it. You might actually like chocolate. It kinda looks like slice of life to me as well, that is why I got kinda bored and stopped watching. But you might appreciate these kind of dramas. Just give it a try. 

 

Giving up? Why? I 'm winning! @triplem grabs every little straw to somehow win this argument. 

 

And no I do not. 

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19 minutes ago, Dhakra said:

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Oh boy, stroppstropp asking the big questions here. 

 

But that's what I mean, love stories or how people meet and become a couple is way more complicated IRL than it seems in so many shallow RomCom dramas. That's why I LOVED "One Spring Night" and always mention it first, because the drama showcases SO well how love comes together. A single-father who raises his son somehow, hurted by love because the mother of his son left them early and a librarian girl who isn't happy in her relationship and just lives her life without true happiness. Their love and the way to each other were so complicated and interesting to watch. 

And all of that played in a realistic scenario without chabol families or any of that nonsense. 

 

RomComs may be good for oure entertainment or eye candy, but that is not what I am looking for and watching these kind of dramas annoy me. 

 

 

I don't know her, so no.....

 

......but.....now after a long, heavy evaluation and totally not just looking at her beautiful picture I admit I do like her. :ph34r:

 

 

 

You don't get my point. Sigh. I am not looking for romance in dramas, I am looking for dramas that have an interesting plot or deal with a topic I can learn about. You know that better than anyone, because in your role as acting "neck-on-the-line"-placer you always keep this in mind. 

 

One Night Spring is the best drama in recent months because it combines a romantic plot without throwing at you cheesy lines, unrealistic kisses, fantasy stuff or any other RomCom shenanigans. It deal with actualy love with all facettes. 

 

Sigh, you always describe it as if I run away from romantic right away. That's not true, I dislike dramas that have love as main plot and nothing else. If the drama is only about richard simmons Chaebol A marries naive girl B while actualy her best friend C is in love with her and secret lady D always had a crush on A than I run away faster than you could write all these false assumptions. 

If I read about the drama's plot and the first two to three sentences are about "love" then I lose interest immediately.

 

Another great example would be "The Package"

 

@triplem It really hurts me to disarm you so effecient, maybe you should rest all cases and look for a new task. 

 

 

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Giving up? Why? I 'm winning! @triplem grabs every little straw to somehow win this argument. 

 

And no I do not. 

 

Question:

1. what do you want to learn from affairs drama? :ph34r:

2. Do you have a girlfriend?

3. Are you interested to someone who is already having a boyfriend or something like that since you really love that one spring night ? ^,^

 

@Ameera Ali I hate their stares to each other in that ost and all my friends who are kdrama watcher in here recommending doctor john to me xixixixixi ^,^ 

and today internet company staffs came to my office to set our wifi uhuiiiiiii \^o^/ I hope tomorrow I can watching drama online lol. Because if my baby sleeping from 10 AM to 12 AM I have nothing to do. Wkwkwkkwwk I am more like using my brain now to finish problems in my department than using my energy HAHAHAHAA.. my energy is for watching kdrama hua ha ha ha and my baby of course ^_*

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@Lawyerh wow beauty  :love: , my heart back to shipping mood . 
 

@Sejabin which one will you start first  crash landing or doctor John loved lead woman couldn’t keep her hand off doctor John :joy:
 

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