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[Drama 2018] Mr. Sunshine, 미스터 션샤인 - Winner of Critics’ Choice Award for Drama category

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On 10/20/2018 at 1:40 PM, kansas424 said:

I have watched a lot of drama before Mr. Sunshine. Those couple that often shared alot of intimacy together has never strike me this hard the way EuShin did. Their constraint, respect, understanding for each other is truly out of this world. 

AeShin knew that Eugene has never been fond of Joseon, and yet never once she tried to change his perspective, and never once she allowed that to stop her from loving him. Eugene knew that nothing can stop her from continuing her involvement in RA, and when it comes to saving Joseon and living a happy life together in US, AeShin will always choose the former. Despite that, Eugene kept on supporting her (gave her sniper as gift, lost his captain rank, imprisonment for 3 year, and his own life) and never love her any lesser. Their love is pure and unconditional. 


This is how love suppose to be portrayed, not just physically. 

 

Can't agree more! Well-said. Their relationship is just to understand, support and be there for the other person, no questions asked but just to be there. It's just that the build-up of the strong chemistry in the first 20 episodes (minus ep1 and the 3 years of jailtime) have been portrayed so consistently good that we can't help and truly root for this couple.. that they will be able to live and fight together in the honor of their fallen comrades. At the very least, it would have been a more rational ending.. given the background of EC and how he could have actually survived. He had escaped far more dangerous missions, at least given him a bit more credit as a former military man. Felt that the deaths of Ms.Haman & Mr.Haengrang especially have been too much to bear as they sacrificed their lives for Ae Shin (and RA) to live on, they also knew what Eugene meant to her. At least extend that hope for a bit of happiness (to hold hands, to live & die together) by showing EC surviving as well. H&H died together and nearby, about the same time and AS was there as her mother drew her last breath in her arms. What about Eugene?

 

Oh well.. oh well.. oh.. well.. th_sad011.gif

 

The wonderful artists especially must have gone through their own MR.SUNSHINE withdrawal.. must be so bittersweet having shared such beautiful creations with all the fans and now having to let go. th_bye2.gif

 

Beautiful art by mmeflm

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@rubie and @kansas424 Thanks for sharing :D . So I just noticed something. I messed up my post to rubie. I don't know how to use spoilers. I hope you understand me :D:wub:

 

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Ahhhhh she's so pretty:

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I want her in more dramas. And I want her to be lead actress! I understand some fans haven't watched this show. So I will try not to spoil it for anyone. I want to go to her Glory Hotel! I want to stay there too! :bawling: I have never watched Kim Min-Jung in a drama before. I can't wait to see her again! I think she is such a beautiful and lovely person. And I love her in this role.

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@2handsintertwined to use the spoiler,  highlight the text and/or images that you want to hide. Then click on the "eye" icon on the toolbar. Looks like you have used the spoiler tags without problem. Just that the Moderator might have merged your posts instead. It's forbidden for members to post consecutively at the drama thread, it's ok if there're more members to post alternately but such a dilemma when a member had lots to share yet no one else posted before him or her. Too crammed a post is sometimes quite an eyesore. th_hypo.gif

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Translation & highlight by #MrSunshine  ☀️ @teameushin

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Q: The most beautiful scene from #MrSunshine 

Kim Taeri: "..The first meeting with Eugene. where people didn't give attention to others, but Eugene and Aeshin were the ones staring at each other. It's the moment when only the two of them who recognized each other."

 

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October 23, 2018

 

Q and A: Catching up with the stars of 'Mr. Sunshine'
Rappler talks to Lee Byung-hun and Kim Tae-ri about playing the star-crossed lovers on the show

 

Source: Rappler.com
 

STAR-CROSSED LOVERS. The two star as the enigmatic leads of the Korean drama. Photo Courtesy of Hwa&Dam/Netflix

STAR-CROSSED LOVERS. The two star as the enigmatic leads of the Korean drama. Photo Courtesy of Hwa&Dam/Netflix 

 

MANILA, Philippines – If you're late to (or still not onboard) the Korean drama wave, we can't really blame you. With over decades of titles to choose from, it's hard to even think about where to start.

 

Mr. Sunshine, from the makers of the hit Descendants of the Sun, might be a good place to start. It just concluded its run and all episodes are available for streaming on demand over at Netflix.

 

In a nutshell, Mr. Sunshine is a treat for those who enjoy a mix of history and drama. But it's not just about that. Set in the 19th century or the Joseon dynasty in Korea, the show primarily tells the story of Eugene Choi, a Joseon-born man who finds himself in the United States only to later return as a US marine officer.

 

He then finds himself falling for the daughter of an aristocrat, all while learning of plans to colonize his native land. If that's not enough reason to get you hooked, we can assure you that the acting is top-notch.

 

The writing is also just as tight while being adaptable – Soompi reports that the details of a certain character were tweaked following backlash from viewers.

 

Rappler caught up with the stars of Mr. Sunshine who play star-crossed lovers in the hit television series.

 

Photo Courtesy of Hwa&Dam/Netflix

Lee Byung-hun (plays Eugene Choi)


What motivated or inspired you to be part of Mr. Sunshine?

I didn't see any reason not to work with Lee Eung-bok and Kim Eun-sook. I'd been always open to doing dramas, and as soon as I read the script, I made up my mind to take on the project. I found the story very captivating and well-written, and I felt that Eugene Choi was very intriguing.

 

How did you prepare for the characters you played – they all have interesting back stories and are all intertwined.

Most of the time, I have to play a character in a situation that I've never experienced myself, so I try my best to immerse myself in the character and focus on his situation when reading the script. My acting is the result of constant practice and hard work.

 

Eugene is an interesting character. He's both familiar with and a stranger to Joseon. How did you approach portraying someone as complicated as him?

Eugene Choi has a literally complex background. And because his background consists of rare circumstances, it's difficult to fully understand his emotions. So as I mentioned earlier, I try to put myself in the character's situation and stay focused on the character's situation to feel his emotions. Essentially, the approach doesn't change just because the character is more complex. The key is to try your best to understand the character you play.

 

Compared to other dramas, do you think there's more pressure when dramas are historical? In what way?

It's not just historical dramas that place a lot of pressure on an actor, but every genre does. Any genre of TV show can influence the audience, so I try to stay very conscious of that. But of course, the audience feel slightly different emotions when they watch historical dramas as opposed to modern ones, so I do feel the weight of pressure a little more. I believe that it's also important for a historical drama not to distort historical facts that its story is based on.

 

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Kim Tae-ri (plays Go Ae-shin)


What motivated or inspired you to be part of Mr. Sunshine?

I had a meeting with the writer and the director without knowing anything about the show. I saw how confident and passionate they were about this show, and that's why I decided to take on the project.

 

How did you prepare for the characters you played – they all have interesting back stories and are all intertwined.

I studied the historical context first and then thought a lot about Ae-shin's relationship with other characters around her. I tried to get a glimpse of her personality in her dialogues with her teacher, nanny, and butler. And afterwards, I tried to understand new situations from Ae-shin's point of view.

 

Go Ae-shin, in many ways, is the show's spark. How did you prepare to play a noble who always breaks convention?

At first, I wasn't sure to what extent I could push the unconventional personality of Ae-shin. But I found my answer in the various forms of relationships that Ae-shin has with people around her. When Ae-shin is with her nanny, Ham-ahn, who is a mother figure to Ae-shin, she is very different from the version of herself when she walks around the streets of Seoul covered up in a cloak.

Likewise, Ae-shin is different when she's around Eugene, who is a stranger but intriguing, and when she meets Hui-seong, who comes to visit her after 10 years of absence. So I tried to portray different extents to which Ae-shin lets her guard down depending on who she's around. I think that helped build a much more interesting character.

 

Do you do your own action sequences and stunts? How was the experience?

I tried my best to cover as many scenes as possible myself. I checked with experts about safety issues before we started shooting action scenes. Even then, once I started shooting, I would get quite eager to do a better job. I was tumbling around, hitting into everything and ending up with a lot of bruises. But when the scene comes out great, I feel so rewarded. I had to balance myself between my eagerness to do a better job and my safety.

 

Compared to other dramas, do you think there's more pressure when dramas are historical? In what ways?

There are certain sentiments that are almost ingrained in you as a citizen of a country. Historical drama can be a bit sensitive in that sense. Ae-shin has multiple layers to herself – her patriotism towards her country, her determination to protect her family, and her feelings for her lover. It occurred to me that if one single aspect is emphasized too much, that could distort the character as a whole. Anything is possible for a human being, in theory, but Ae-shin is a character in a drama for [a large audience to see]. It was challenging to play Ae-shin because how a character is perceived by the viewers is also important.

 

– Rappler.com

 
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Hello @studyandkdrama, welcome to soompi and to MR.SUNSHINE. Thank you for your warm words. Please share with us your thoughts of the drama, too.

 

Thanks to mrsunshine_boyfriend for the highlight ~

 

If the FML Fanboys were little boys :lol:

 

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Hi Sunshiners!!

 

So excited to see this new CF of Eugene Choi and Kim Hee Sung in modern times!! They both look GREAT!!! :w00t: :wub:

 

Thanks to IG user yohan_taeri for sharing the clip. :)

 

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After the H&H cool parody, it's Room 303 & Room 304's turn to be TV CF stars! th_celebrate008.gifAwesome clip of dashing men in sharp-dressing suits! :lol: MR.SUNSHINE is indeed shining bright! 

 

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Published on October 24, 2018 by Millie's Library

 

 

MR.SUNSHINE ardent IG fan sadgasna sharing the ordered goodies she/he received from artist-fan Ruro :blush:

 

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1 hour ago, rubie said:

After the H&H cool parody, it's Room 303 & Room 304's turn to be TV CF stars! th_celebrate008.gifAwesome clip of dashing men in sharp-dressing suits! :lol: MR.SUNSHINE is indeed shining bright! 

 

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Published on October 24, 2018 by Millie's Library

 

This is so cool and am glad that Mr. Sunshine continues to shine through CFs!! th_celebrate008.gif(Borrowing your emoji, @rubie :D) Hope to see more CF collaborations from the other cast members (especially Ba Deung Jjo, Ae Shin, Hina, and many more). The H&H parody is indeed adorable!! :wub:

 

I'm also really impressed with the fan arts and animations. So cute!!

 

Credit as shown on IG.

 
Very impressive Gu Dong Mae figurine along with miniature detailed items that was gifted to YYS!! :oThanks to soothing.yoo for combining the pictures from bluewashing and repost.
 

 

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Almost a month after MR.SUNSHINE ended.. has the withdrawal period been successful? :mellow:

 

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@SeReNiTy The ardent Korean fans are really awesome indeed! Here's one of Eugene, too. The actors are so lucky! :lol:

 

They presented EC with his cake replica on the last day of the drama screening last month. :blush:

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@rubie Yes, the actors are so lucky to have such loving and dedicated fans!! :wub:  All the gifts are so nicely crafted, and some are just too cute to be eaten!! :lol: 

 

 

BTS of Byun Yo Han/Kim Hee Sung B)

 

Credit to his IG

 

BTS clips provided by his agency Saram Entertainment:lol:

 

More clips under the spoiler tag :)

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October 23, 2018

 

K-Drama Review: “Mr. Sunshine” Glows With Profound Lessons About Limitless Meaning Of Patriotism & Love mrs.jpg

 

By abbyinhallyuland | HELLOKPOP


FORGED WITH PEERLESS CHARACTERS, NONPAREIL NARRATIVE, AND SCENIC CINEMATOGRAPHY, MR. SUNSHINE BURSTS TO AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY OF LOVE, FRIENDSHIP, AND PATRIOTISM.

 

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TITLE: MR. SUNSHINE
DISTRIBUTOR: TVN/NETFLIX
THEME: PERIOD, ROMANCE, DRAMA
LENGTH: 24 EPISODES
BROADCAST DATE: 7 JULY 2018 – 30 SEPT 2018
MAIN LEADS: LEE BYUNG HUN, KIM TAE RI, YOO YEON SEOK, KIM MIN JUNG, BYUN YO HAN
HIGHLIGHTS: STUNNING CINEMATOGRAPHY, STRIKING SOUNDTRACK, SUPERBLY WRITTEN NARRATIVE
OVERALL RATING: 
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RELATED DRAMAS: GAKSITAL, JOSEON GUNMAN

 
Unrivaled as the best Korean drama conceived this year, Mr. Sunshine surges to a stunning work of art that refuses to downshift its intensity, week after week, leaving an affecting and breathtaking story.

 

Through its grandiose design, along with its powerhouse cast and production team, the hype on tvN’s period drama is expected. Before the premiere, all eyes were keen to witness its historic unveiling as the first South Korean series with simultaneous global streaming via Netflix, same time as its local airing via tvN.

 

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Lee Byung-hun as Eugene Choi and Kim Tae-ri as Go Ae-sin in Mr. Sunshine (Photo Courtesy of Hwa&Dam/Netflix)


 On its premiere, the audience marveled at the stunning cinematography and emotional presentation of the main characters in the introductory episodes.

 

Pushing its momentum while threading its historical backdrop, Mr. Sunshine never looked back in gifting a fascinating storyline each week, along with distinct sketching of the superb characters, who brought to life the daintily written narrative.

 

From its creative aspect down to the technical details, Mr. Sunshine is a gift to Korean drama fans. Evidently parading the effort and sentiments the cast and production team had invested, the oeuvre depicted a meticulously and artistically conceived television production that will go down to the history of South Korea’s thriving Korean drama landscape.

 

It is hard to cavil on its whole picture because the tiniest details reflect sharp direction with a bravado that can be justified by its imaginative eloquence and stellar portrayals. Hence, even with so much to digest given its historical background, the series imparted the message with complexity that was easy to grasp.

 

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Yoo Yeon-seok as Gu Dong-mae and Kim Min-jung as Hina Kudo in Mr. Sunshine (Photo Courtesy of Hwa&Dam/Netflix)

 

HIGHLIGHTS
NICELY ORCHESTRATED & WRITTEN NARRATIVE

 

A feast to the eyes. Each episode of Mr. Sunshine is carved with ample aesthetics capturing picturesque frames of the waning Joseon era when foreign influences have been slowly incorporated in the local culture.

 

From the elaborated production design of Glory Hotel, American legation office, Gu Dong Mae’s turf, the kiln site, Lord Go’s house, the viewers were treated to a detailed video representation of that part of Korean history, that had not been visually adapted in film and television thoroughly.

 

Panoramic shots of beautiful sequences were also added as frosting to its splendid cinematography, which were made even more resonant by the amazing music layered on the storytelling.

 

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Star writer Kim Eun Sook notched another career milestone for her intricate screenplay. Although we saw some hints from her impressive script in Goblin, her work in Mr. Sunshine just proved how boundless her imaginative craft can expand in the future. Although it is a first for her to write a full story of historical genre, along with director Lee Eung Bok, they have created a masterpiece that would not lose its value even in years to come.

 

Mr. Sunshine, patiently pictured the fictional world of its described characters in a way that viewers would be emotionally attached to them. The character connections were established seamlessly to fit in the conflicts raised in the story with coherence and confidence that left no faulty standpoint that audience can niggle on.

 

A woman’s unfailing love to protect her country with three capable men willing to risk all they had to protect her was such a noble love premise. Consider you are forewarned how that scenario will touch your heart in the most heartbreaking way.

 

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The drama intricately weaves multiple anguished scenes in a series of frames that would make you a bawling mess, with how much tears you would shed owing to the poignancy of the story’s events.

 

Tying up the lose-ends of the finale week was a feat hard to witness for the loyal watchers, that you could only imagine how the production team cut deep from their artistic pouches to contrive a beautiful sad ending that would still be gratifying and lingering.

 

The hints of romance effortlessly make you smile and admire the writing of the series for its polished and sweet sketches of love frames that do not need kisses to be felt by the audience. As three men have one object of affection, it is thrice enjoyable to bask in the different kinds of love paraded along the way.

 

The heartbreaking sendoff for all the fictional people viewers met in the crumbling Joseon setting of Mr. Sunshine is not for the faint-hearted.

 

Kudo Hina’s moving atonement, Gu Dong Mae’s heartbreaking final battle, Kim Hee Sung’s life meaning realization, Eugene Choi’s love-driven sacrifice, and Lady Ae Sin’s struggle to uphold her valor amidst losing everyone who protected her – all those harrowing moments, along with the heart-rending junctures which layered those climactic points, have embellished the immeasurable meaning of patriotism, friendship, and love, which spins what Mr. Sunshine is about.

 

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STANDOUT CAST PORTRAYAL

 

Writer Kim is known for conceiving memorable characters of profound resonance. A trademark she achieved once again with the lead cast of Mr. Sunshine. Her fortitude in sketching Captain Eugene Choi, Lady Ae Sin, Gu Dong Mae, Kudo Hina and Kim Hee Sung has brought the viewers to the brink of tears in all their defining and glorious moments in the story.

 

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From the big and supporting roles carrying the weight of the opus, to the villains keeping the conflict balance atuned to the trajectory, all characters were utilized vigorously to maintain Mr. Sunshine’s flame blazing.

 

Viewers could not ask for more than what Lee Byung Hun, Kim Tae Ri, Yoo Yeon Seok, Kim Min Jung and Byun Yo Han did to suit up for the character sketches designed for them as they moved in the story. Writer Kim patiently allotted patience in making sure that their screen time would all be in equilibrium and fitting to their inclination and redemption.

 

All five of them were great together, individually, each of them carried his own character with conviction.

 

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The bromance banters of Eugene, Dong Mae and Hee Sung, who had somehow been brought together for their one goal of protecting the same woman, kept the comic vibe that cushions the drama’s austere setting. But when they were needed to don agonizing scenes, they deliver efficiently.

 

The villains served their purpose in amplifying the already anguished Joseon situation raised as the evident problem of the story. They ensured annoying showdowns to agitate and weaken the heroes of the story ergo, strengthening the sentiments of the picture in the process.

 

The supporting cast, powered by veteran and young actors, functioned to toughen the yarning of the series.
 

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RECOMMENDATION

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A crowd pleaser to its target audience, Mr. Sunshine may appeal to selected audience who particularly likes stories set in traditional times. But it is one drama, I would highly-recommend this year, taking into consideration of the story’s historical premise value, superb cast portrayal, and overall make of the series.

 

Furthermore, the quality of the cinematic experience of every episode is one for the books, that even with its somber tone, it would yield a trance moment for you to appreciate its worth.

 

Looking back, Mr. Sunshine took a simple route following how period set stories are usually done. We got the historical problem scenario to spur the web of the events, the heroes and the villains to move inside it, and the path to a satisfying closure.

 

But it was the expressive depictions and garnished screenplay execution that made Mr. Sunshine a force to reckon.

 

Fans can watch Mr. Sunshine via Netflix.

 

 

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Shin Jung Geun's agency, Artist Company, released a few BTS pix of the Samsung commercial. :wub:

 

 

 

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AWwww.. our H&H got married! A truly happy ending for them in CF land... :blush:

 

No shortage of lovely artwork from MR.SUNSHINE. This one looks like a coloring book (not just for kids, but for drama fans too).. wonder if one of the official merchandise being released.

 

Source: qq2qq2aa

 

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Lots of talented artists! That coloring book makes a nice addition to the Mr. Sunshine collection. :)

 

This is an impressive watercolor portrait of Kim Min Jung/Kudo Hina by Eunji HwangB)

 

 

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Good feedback by fans who got the MR.SUNSHINE Photobook ~

 

Photos: Namtan

 

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On ‎10‎/‎21‎/‎2018 at 4:30 AM, rubie said:

to use the spoiler,  highlight the text and/or images that you want to hide. Then click on the "eye" icon on the toolbar. Looks like you have used the spoiler tags without problem. Just that the Moderator might have merged your posts instead. It's forbidden for members to post consecutively at the drama thread, it's ok if there're more members to post alternately but such a dilemma when a member had lots to share yet no one else posted before him or her. Too crammed a post is sometimes quite an eyesore. th_hypo.gif

Thank you rubie! Can I call you rubie? :). And you used LBH for your example! I love you!!!! So I think you've helped me a lot. I think I'm going to use your post to practice. I think it's hard to do spoiler on the phone. I could be wrong. And thanks for the info about the posting. I never thought about how others feel about posts. I think you're right. I think crammed posts are an eyesore too. And I love your emoji at the end with the eyes. I think it's so cute. Wow. I am so blessed. I think you went through a lot. And you really wanted to help me. I don't think you  had to do that. I think you put a lot of work into this!!! Thank you again. I can't say thank you enough. And yes, I noticed that the mods were merging my posts. I think I misunderstood. I thought they were attacking me. You made me see that I was wrong. So now I think I can get better with your help :D. Are you an angel? :wub:

On ‎10‎/‎21‎/‎2018 at 4:30 AM, rubie said:

Eugene says P for Photos ~

AHHHH!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! Why you do this. Trying to killeth me! (This isn't a real word. I meant to say kill but I'm too excited because of him) HahahahahA. I'm so stupid :D.

 

And @rubie and @SeReNiTy Thanks for sharing Mr. Sunshine videos, pictures, and articles :).

 

@aurelionsol Hey you!!! I got your PM. I'm waiting...I'm embarrassing you! It's so much fun :D.

 

So @aurelionsol told me she has something to share on Mr. Sunshine, and I really really want her to share it! I love reading different thoughts and opinions on this drama because I think it's so special. So I ask, "Can we know more about HiNa?" And I wish we could see more about her story.

I hope I'm making sense!

 

Edit: @SeReNiTy So you posted a beautiful drawing of HiNa. Wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.So you made me cry. My beautiful HiNa.

Edit2: @studyandkdrama You're welcome! I am so happy some of us are still updating about the drama! Why? I think there is a lot some of us missed. And I think this drama is so special to a lot of us. And I think there is still so much more to share. And I think they could win more awards! So I will be here to see that, won't you? :D

 

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