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21 minutes ago, enigmatic_zephy said:

Q1: Is LJK committed?

Q2: Which BTS where he is practicing kissing by himself - share the link and i didn't get that shin minah phone number comment.. 

 

 

 

watch all of it, it's all there, remember this interview was after he finished army and did Arang, so  think it was back in 2012, it's very interesting and I found that I respect him more everytime I watched this interview. And I think he has gained more experiences since then. 

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30 minutes ago, hitomebore08 said:

@.@ *runs to check this scene*  

wow what a sizzling topic for tonight... tumblr_mau4kkJtuq1qjkdh8.gif

btw  did someone translated this part already? 

I'll try my best, please correct me if I translated something wrong.

14th Prince : "Sister! Soo sister!"
Hae Soo      : "Oooh, don't run, you'll fall!"
14th Prince : "Sister, I come to show you the skill that I've mastered."
Hae Soo      : "Sword skill?"
14th Prince : (slaaaaay)
10th Prince : "Is that a real sword?? Do you want to die? A real sword inside the palace..."
14th Prince : (to Hae Soo) "Imagine if I go to war with this, wouldn't it be cool?"
Hae Soo      : "No, no, no..." (worried)
14th Prince : (continues to slaaaay until the sword hit the vase)

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27 minutes ago, enigmatic_zephy said:

Q1: Is LJK committed?

Q2: Which BTS where he is practicing kissing by himself - share the link and i didn't get that shin minah phone number comment.. 

 

No one knows if he's committed or not, I remember the last time he was asked if he has a GF he said no he's single. 

The kiss & Shin Minah's thing is from "Healing Camp"  it's a variety show/interview 

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3 hours ago, Diana Blanche said:

The big bad wolf isn't Wang Wook is Wang So! :D.

That is for sure:thumbsup: I hate him tbh

3 hours ago, luci13 said:

Well, I wont call Wook as the bad guy here in the drama set up as characters here have their own motivation and goals therefore it will be hard to separate them as good or bad guys :) 

 

I know he's the kindest in this show! I loved his character from the 1st episode :wub: and my shipping for him and HS started too,, ep7 they're like married couple <333 

I'm just wondering since I thought it's either WW or WS are the king who'll kill his brothers "GG" a hunch was telling me it could be WW if the writers wants to kill us and I've hoped it's WY since I've hated him and obviously his the "bad guy" here,, I really felt my heart sinking knowing they're following the chinese version if WW's the "GG" ?? I hope they change it!  

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7 hours ago, bebebisous33 said:

It looks to me like Hae Soo is crying. The way she is burying her head and closing her eyes, I have the impression that something must have happened to her so that she ends up crying. Maybe it is related to the confrontation with Queen Yoo where she is mistreated by her. In my opinion, Wang So must have heard about it and knew that he is the reason why she was hurt. Therefore he rushed to meet her. But look at his face: he is also sad and hurt as well. This could also explain why Wang Wook might witness the scene as well. He must have heard about it. Imagine his reaction, when he sees this. Wang Wook could never hug Hae Soo the same way, there was always a distance between them. 

HeI took this picture from @MAROSA_JIN. I hope, you don't mind, my dear. I have the impression that he is kissing her forehead. If so, this could be compared to this situation: There are so many differences:

- the time: day vs. night (reinforcing the idea that WS-HS is the real OTP due to the title: Moon lovers, meeting during the night)

- the posture: Hae Soo is sitting on a chair, while Wang Wook on the table. So she is much lower than Wang Wook, which reflects her actual situation. She is just a court lady, while he is a prince. In the other picture, they are both standing implying that they are both equal in their relationship. She gives him advice, just like he does. She helps him, just like he does. On the other hand, with Wang wook Hae Soo is asked to wait, she is the one who is now dependant of Wang Wook to change her situation.

- the table is between Wang Wook and Hae Soo, that's why I say that there was always a distance between WW and HS. Wang Wook is only putting his arm on her shoulder, while Wang So is hugging Hae Soo entirely.  

- the weather: in the second picture, it is a sunny day as if their couple would share only good time and try to avoid the unpleasant things. On the other hand, it is raining when Wang So and Hae Soo meet. The rain implies some sadness, as if they are sharing their distress and sadness which reinforces the idea that this couple will share the good and bad times together.

If Wang Wook sees this scene, imagine his jealousy because he tried so many times to come closer to her (he succeeded to hug her once in the episode 7), yet he sees that Wang So is also so close to her, so that his relationship with Hae Soo is not so unique anymore. With his promises, Wang Wook will realise that he can't keep asking her to wait. So this might push Wang Wook to come into actions which I am eager to see.

Here again, there is no guarantee that my speculations are correct. Nonetheless I hope, you had fun reading this post.

@Yongzura@littleloony@evie7

 

@bebebisous33 I so enjoyed reading your post. It has shed a light and makes a lot of sense Chingu. It doesn't matter if you're correct or not. I especially like the scenes reference to the title of the drama "Moon Lovers ". 

@ruzikie..! So glad you are willing an exception for the rain scene Chingu. It looks so intimate to me.:wub::wub:

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32 minutes ago, MadraRua said:

 

I'm hitting Youtube but not coming up with alot of kiss scenes surprisingly. I might just watch Arang and the Magistrate after this. It'll save me having to trawl the net searching for kisses.... lmao... why do I feel kinda pervy??? 

 

 

here you go.. enjoy...

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and its not the kiss that made me crazy but the moment when he realized he is about to loose her and went for that kiss...

 

 

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8 minutes ago, larinalove said:

It seems the pics have put us in some kind of mood, talking about kissing scenes and kissing abilities of the actors involved, (is it getting hot in here or what?) haha. Kidding aside I understand where you're all coming from. I remember the time I started to watch K-dramas and K-movies and I was very surprised and curious to see how and why the kissing scenes were performed so badly, mostly by female actresses, they stood there as statues, not responding and I thought to myself how could a director let that kind of scene appear it like that, I was very new to Korean anything so that was my impression but after some time and reading and being informed I understood it is a cultural thing, like young and very famous idols, actors and actresses usually are more prone to have more innocent kiss scenes as to not alter their fans, at least that's what I read and noticed and I may be wrong.

I know that most of the time it's appropriate "the statue kiss" for the characters the actors/actresses are playing, being non-experienced in dating and them never been kissed but come on, it's not rocket science, you just need to move your lips a little. I have been disappointed so many times from some kissing scenes I have seen in dramas,  because it feels unrealistic, anticlimactic and it lacks the passion it needs to have, they build this chemistry and intensity between the couple and then it's just a peck or the girl doesn't respond and it seems like the guy is forcing himself to the girl and it just doesn't give you the right feeling it needs to have. But anyways, the kiss is not everything and the most important thing but to me it has to be realistic and believable. For example WS and HS have this amazing chemistry, every scene with them is intense and also in some we've seen sexual tension too so I would be disappointed if we don't get at least one decent kiss from them, the spoiler pic we've seen before seems promising so let's see how it will turn out, I have faith.

WOW, did I just wrote that long about kissing scenes? You see what this drama has done to me, haha. Whatever it may be, I am content with them just hugging and staring at each other, I'll take them however they come! 

friend...i am with you in analyzing kissing scenes...i started trying to figure why and how its decided for a kiss to happen at that particular scene only and in the way its shown....and after so many years of watching kdramas am still not pro in reading it correct just speculate and then happy with whatever i could find.

everyone in same boat....*pervy boat*

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13 minutes ago, KdramaSwimmer said:

here you go.. enjoy...

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and its not the kiss that made me crazy but the moment when he realized he is about to loose her and went for that kiss...

 

 

 

I saw that one but I thought he was giving her CPR there no? confused-onion-head-emoticon.gif

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On 14.09.2016 at 5:55 PM, Gabi Bros said:

@cherilyn About Lee Joon Gi... If I remember correctly... I read that he said some time ago that this will be his last saeguk in his 30's. It doesn't means he won't be in saeguk anymore. It's only that he wants to make other types of dramas. :) 

EDIT: Fans like @minmar @LyraYoo @cedarwood of the Lee Joon Gi thread that follows his activities knows better than me. ;) So...if I am wrong...they will tell us. :P

If I may answer to the old question - he said he wanted SH:R to be his last saeguk in his early 30's. So he may want to make modern drama next year (he'll be 35 then), and then he can make another saeguk since another year he'll be 36 (so it'll be second part of his 30's). 

As for the newest episodes - I'm mad at 10th prince! I know 3rd prince told him to do but I thought 10th prince has brain of his own, not to mention heart. :(

I'm glad that general's daughter is finally there. Yesss!!! I was waiting for that character and she finally showed up. :) I hope she'll be funny but strong character. Maybe she'll teach 10th prince how to think and stop behaving like stupid kid.

I saw pictures from coming episode - I love how Wang So and Hae Soo's faces are so close when she puts make up on his scar. Also I love that the scar is still visible, that the make up is not perfect like the scar stopped existing because they had bb-cream and fantastic powder back then in Goryeo. ;) 

How should I manage to live till Monday I don't know. Oh dear... the waiting is killing me. :) 

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Just now, MadraRua said:

 

I saw that one but I thought he was giving her CPR there no? confused-onion-head-emoticon.gif

ahh then my bad... when i watched it while wathcing the show it was in context with the story so liked it so much....but seems like not as per standards here..hehehe...no issues we can expect better one from WS this time..

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'Scarlet Heart: Ryeo' star Lee Joon-Gi reveals EXO's Baekhyun is the energizer on set

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'Scarlet Heart: Ryeo'is a South Korean drama based on the Chinese novel Bu Bu Jing Xin by Tong Hua.

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'Scarlet Heart: Ryeo'is a South Korean drama based on the Chinese novel Bu Bu Jing Xin by Tong Hua. (Photo : YouTube/krungpopwendy03)

EXO's Baekhyun, whose real name is Byun Baek Hyun, made his transformation from a Kpop idol into an actor in the SBS historical drama, "Scarlet Heart: Ryeo." Recently, co-star Lee Joon-Gi, 34, revealed Baekhyun is the energizer on set.

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On Sept. 5, a brief preview of MBC's "Star Show 360's" pilot episode featuring the nine-member South Korean boy group EXO began streaming on the web. In the short video, Baekhyun showed why he is one of the most beagle-like idols around by making adorable faces to the camera.

Much to the surprise of many, the "Scholar Who Walks the Night" star sent a video message in support of EXO's Baekhyun. Affectionately calling him "Hyun-ie," Lee complimented the Kpop idol as he revealed that Baekhyun is the energizer on set.

"I hear that I am an energizer a lot as well," said Lee. "But Hyun is someone who will inherit that position from me."

Lee then revealed Baekhyun prepared a lot for his guest appearance on MBC's "Star Show 360," stating that the latter apparently wanted to make the viewers laugh through singing and dancing. Impelled on by Lee's thoughtful words, Baekhyun reportedly makes the studio break out into laughter when he parodies Lee Jung Jae's signature lines from "Assassination" and "Brand New World."

MBC's "Star Show 360" is an upcoming variety show where celebrities and Kpop idols will truthfully showcase themselves through different mediums such as interviews, sketches, and performance, Soompi reported. It will premiere on Sept. 19 at 11:10 PM (KST).

In "Scarlet Heart: Ryeo, Lee and Baekhyun portray 4th Prince Wang So and 10th Prince Wang Eun, respectively. The SBS drama is based on Tong Hua's debut novel "Startling By Each Step," also known as Bubu Jingxin.

"Scarlet Heart: Ryeo," which premiered on Aug. 29 with national viewership ratings of 7.4 percent, was crowned the most influential Korean drama for the first week of September. It took the first spot with a record of 294.3 total points, beating KBS 2TV's "Moonlight Drawn By Clouds" and MBC's "Infinite Challenge," according to CJ E&M, as cited by The Kpop Herald.

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1 hour ago, Mona Ys said:

 

 

watch all of it, it's all there, remember this interview was after he finished army and did Arang, so  think it was back in 2012, it's very interesting and I found that I respect him more everytime I watched this interview. And I think he has gained more experiences since then. 

thnks.. subs are difficult to read.. only thing i got is that shin minah 's phone number he does not have..

and he was scared to approach her because she is known to be tough is it?

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22 minutes ago, KdramaSwimmer said:

ahh then my bad... when i watched it while wathcing the show it was in context with the story so liked it so much....but seems like not as per standards here..hehehe...no issues we can expect better one from WS this time..

since we're talking about kissing scenes hahaha...

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 the BTS is super cute! 

 

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7 hours ago, 40somethingahjumma said:

Good post, friend.

Self-centred is probably more the word I'd be using in his case in that he tends to see things in terms of it affects him even with the best of intentions. Confessing to a girl through a poem is one thing but not thinking about how it would affect her and the people around her is another.

The reality is that Uk will pay for his indecision and for stringing Su along when he really hasn't any kind of long-term game plan. He had at least 2 opportunities to make his move prior to her being called into Damiwon. Yes, he is the head of his family, yes, he has to think about what could happen if he acted rashly. So why is he whispering sweet nothings into the ear of a girl who has been lurching from one crisis to another? If he so nervous about getting involved in a scandal that will affect the his family's status then he should not be making these grand gestures to a palace maid. It's a classic case of wanting the cake and eating it too. He likes how she makes him feel undoubtedly but he doesn't like her enough to take really big chances to be with her. He gives her a bracelet to tie her to him but so far their relationship is still very hush-hush.

It's fine if at the end of the day he has other priorities. I don't blame him for indecision if he stops actively courting Su. Everyone has to make these kinds of choices and it may not be a right or wrong one. But it's ethically dodgy to make promises to a vulnerable girl that you aren't even sure you can keep.

I need to know what Uk is willing to give up to be with Su. He may not think that being with her is a zero sum game so why is he hesitating? Obviously he knows in his heart that something's got to give somewhere. 

As a mother of girls myself, I feel quite protective about Su especially when she thinks she's found the love of her life.

@40somethingahjumma you have written so well just the reasons why I cant get behind Wook and Su's romance. Sorry to offend any Wook lover and Wook-Su shipper but don't take it as me not liking/ bashing Wook. The crux of the matter is the line I highlighted. Unfortunately for Wook, it seems like YH and to a lesser extent his mother control his marriage/ relationship aspect of life rather than him. He behaved quite nobly when he respected his wife's position in his life and didnt want to get a divorce and marry anew as per YH's wishes but the thing is he doesnt/ cant put up a firm resistance against her pressure........this may also be due to the fact his family members are desperate for their lost power, position and glory which he understands.
 There in lies the problem......Wook is being constantly pushed to fulfill those familial wishes by entering into a political marriage and he hasnt yet committed in his mind, the rational part of him, that casting aside all those aspirations and obligations is fine and that Su can be his end game. Until he makes a definite choice and stands by it.....giving hope to Su of a favourable future together is a little unfair on his part. However, as the preview for ep 8 showed, the rain ceremony may be the chance he needs to put into action the promise he has been giving her.

I would also like to say that Wook is actually far real as a character than So and probably that is why we all love to scrutinize his words and actions. So to an extent is larger than life with all that intensity, the brutality, complete sincerity of words and action, the unflinching loyalty etc. In comparison Wook would be someone you can encounter in real life with his dilemma, his restraint, hesitation, yearning for love and wanting to escape his responsibilities. It makes Wook that much more conflicted and layered second lead than if he would have been a straight up great guy without flaws........I mean then how would the drama have explained to us why Wook-Su would break up if he was the standard Kdrama perfect second lead :D

P.S. @40somethingahjumma I too loved Kiera Knightley and Matthew McFayden in that rain scene from P&P :D On the one hand I was like 'plz kiss her, you know you want to' and on the other I was like 'what are they doing to a classic?' LOL. Btw my all time fav is the BBC version P&P (1995). Jennifer Ehle and Colin Firth were just perfect :wub:

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