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9 minutes ago, Gin Nietschze said:

 

How was LGBTQ even relevant in the drama?  please enlighten us because the drama did not even touch on this. 

The drama touched on LGBTQ issues twice: First, RG thought DM and SJ were dating, which was the reason he proposed the fake relationship in the first place. Second, Nho Seok and his relationship with the photographer in Episode 5.

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15 minutes ago, Gin Nietschze said:

 

How was LGBTQ even relevant in the drama?  please enlighten us because the drama did not even touch on this. 

 

I was referring to the way Ryan, while misunderstanding Deok Mi and Seon Joo's relationship, treated it with respect (not judging them, giving them his room). Also, in Episode 5 there was the story of Writer Nam and Photographer Tae-Hwa. Episode 5 still stands out to me as one of the best episodes of the series by treating the love between the writer and photographer with delicacy and respect.

 

Thank you to @tensaitekikuroneko and @TheRoadtoPMY for also answering this question.

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The kiss scene I(we) have been waiting for (ep 14)

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Ryan Gold make looks pulling paintbrush of Deokmi's hair was so alluringly/sexy, :kiss_wink: He have got some move:thumbsup:

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Yup...I think the narrative on lgbt was executed in sensitive way...especially the revelation in cabin..I was quite surprised given that the drama was in prime time and Korea is still largely conservative..or seems to be...I also thought kjw' s low toned and husky annyeong was heart stopping.

Seeing their chemi was likely sending us in r rated land but I think both pd n the OTP excel in these very quiet representations of deep love...

So yes when we have all calmed down...have to agree it was beautifully done...

But that still doesn't stop me from wanting more hot sweet scenes from our OTP....

They've fallen into married for 20 years land.... want them back in 1st throes  of romance land :wub::lol:

 

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TVN posted this OST MV for the song Smile Again, which is basically our favorite couple smiling and laughing:

 

 

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27 minutes ago, tensaitekikuroneko said:

 

 

This drama touched it so well considering SK is a conservative Asian country.

Well said about SK being conservative. RG even said that about SK himself and that’s why he wanted to protect / help  DM 

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The rating is low for this wonderful drama. I guess SK people are not into fangirling stuffs ( the subject matter turns people off- maybe???).

 

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1 hour ago, jd50 said:

 

I was referring to the way Ryan, while misunderstanding Deok Mi and Seon Joo's relationship, treated it with respect (not judging them, giving them his room). Also, in Episode 5 there was the story of Writer Nam and Photographer Tae-Hwa. Episode 5 still stands out to me as one of the best episodes of the series by treating the love between the writer and photographer with delicacy and respect.

 

Thank you to @tensaitekikuroneko and @TheRoadtoPMY for also answering this question.

 

Ah yes.  I already forgot about it. Thanks for the clarification.  The misunderstanding was quite hilarious. 

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2 hours ago, tensaitekikuroneko said:

 

8. I LOVED THE LAST SCENE. Hear me out. Yes, it was not sexy or explicit or daring, but the the last scene was so much more emotionally intense than ep9-10 kiss. The first is something you do after being apart from your lover for too long and you need to feel them as much as you could, but this scene was something that tells you that they will be just as unbreakable for as long as they live.

The slow fall of her hair, him taking out the brush from her bun - it seemed to convey the union more beautifully than an actual explicit scene would. Think about it this way: bun signified DM was hiding things, and then she let her hair down when her identity was revealed. The fact that Ryan let it down himself, meaning she is allowing him to enter the guarded walls she has kept around herself as a woman at his free will/own initiative, after mutual declarations of love seems to convey intimacy of consummation without the need of an explicit bed scene.

The direction is magnificent.
The fact that they both seem quite conservative towards these activities(Ryan never stays back for the night as long as he can manage to etc.) - it, like first night of a newly wedded couple, holds immense significance. I don't know how to explain it well but I think people with slightly conservative values might understand? We might get to see them stumbling into the room locked in an embrace, but this action was the crux of it all.

 

I really loved the last scene with the declaration of their love and sealed with the tender passionate kisses, the bed scene of them sleeping is also nicely film. This is not their first bed scenes, but it has show the progressing their emotions in every sleep together, their sleep positioning tells a lot.

 

Bed scenes with lots of ‘action’ may not be necessary in K-drama or K-movies, they are professional actors and actresses that need to deliver the emotions and needs for each scene, after all, HPL is a 15 and above show, it is not an M18 show.

 

Hope Ep15, their wake up cuddly scene is more lively and lovey-doves that curds our ‘hunger’ on the missing bed action :kiss_wink:

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11 hours ago, Ondine said:

I also think the childhood backstory is overrated. In my limited experience of Korean drama, I've seen it in Kill me Heal Me and She was Pretty with Hwang jung eum and Park Seo Joon, then What's Wrong with Secretary Kim with PSJ and PMY, and now in Her Private Life with PMY and KJW. Ryan Gold and Deok Mi could still be a great couple without being childhood friends.

Other than that, I love the episode in general. So far the writer has done a wonderful job in creating sensible characters. The scene which the employees caught Ryan and Deok Mi sleepover in the gallery is epic. The scene which a brush is removed from a female's bun is iconic in movies with artistic theme. Overall this is a beautiful beautiful drama from characters to storyline to cinematography. I am so glad I invested in it.

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I was never invested in the childhood backstory, so this was the most boring episode of the show for me. The most exciting moments were the two seconds they were being cute at the office dinner. The last scene also fell flat for me, even with the I love you's and the kiss. I felt like it didn't have the rawness of the workshop kiss; everything felt too controlled and pretty. Or maybe at that point I had been bored numb by everything that went before. Maybe rewatching it will change my mind. Idk, idk. I hope the bts video will be fun at least.

 

 

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On 5/23/2019 at 11:22 PM, Ameera Ali said:

 

 

white towel never let me down in drama before  , so hopefully we would see him in towel around his hips very soon .

 

 

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Like A Girl Boss: 12 Ways To Incorporate Park Min Young’s K-Drama Style Into Your Wardrobe

Like A Girl Boss: 12 Ways To Incorporate Park Min Young’s K-Drama Style Into Your Wardrobe

 
May 24, 2019

Park Min Young has been gaining attention for her hit dramas and unforgettable roles, but there’s also one thing that the audiences keep looking forward to —her chic, classic feminine style that many would like to cop for their workwear. Dressing for work can be hard, especially if you want to look professional without looking boring or too basic. Here are some inspirations from the beautiful actress for workwear that doesn’t break the office code:

Classic Suits

For her role as an art curator in “Her Private Life,” Sung Duk Mi is always on the go. Whether she’s out meeting artists, running errands for the director, or organizing events in the museum, she’s always in front of different people, and this job requires looks that are presentable yet comfortable. Her go-to sartorial choice is a matching black or white suit that spells power and professionalism. Park Min Young keeps her look interesting with subtle details like a flared top and a suit dress cinched with a belt.

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Pale Pinks and Neutral Shades

Her workwear “uniform” is very consistent yet she adds a feminine touch by wearing pale colors that work well with her skin tone and soft makeup looks. She keeps her look simple and sophisticated with nude colors that can easily take her from day meetings to after-work hours.

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Fresh Pastels

It’s Spring/Summer in Korea now and pastel colors are the perfect way to lighten up the mood and bring the season’s freshness to the office. Park Min Young wears periwinkle blue, peach/coral, light yellow, and lavender coordinates on rotation that are as pretty as the sunshine. Her outfits still look crisp and ready for business.

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Unexpected Colors

Sung Duk Mi stands out in a sea of grays and typical workwear choices by wearing bright, rich colors with clean, sleek lines that make her look creative and chic.

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Office Bling

She lets her suits take the limelight by wearing a mix of minimalist and classic jewelry and timepieces to upgrade her office style. The pieces are versatile and give just the right amount of beautiful, stylish support to her corporate look.

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Work Skirts

After all the pantsuits combo she regularly wears, she breathes life to her workwear by clocking in with structured and flowy skirts. A mix of high-waisted, tailored skirt or midi length pieces are a sure fire way to look on trend and sophisticated.

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Key Accessorizing

A silk scarf, saddle bag, or a prim top-handle bag may be small details but they definitely make a big difference. Did we mention that we absolutely love her everyday bags? They look like they could fit all her work essentials but they’re still stylish enough to wear to an event or dinner date straight after work.

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Catch the latest episode of “Her Private Life” here! 

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Feminine Blouse

For her role in “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim” as Kim Mi So, Park Min Young made dealing with a demanding boss 24/7 look effortless and breezy with flowy, light tops that have a classic silhouette. This is also another versatile piece that looks good with a pencil skirt or jeans, whether to dress up or dress down.

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Day or Date Dress

She gave us the total inspo for day dresses with fresh florals that are date or event-ready and a simple white one-piece that’s perfect for an out-of-town business trip.

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Dressed to Kill

A bold red dress showed off her confidence and beauty as seen on “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim” and “Healer.” It’s a standout piece for formal client networking or a big business social event.

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Statement Outerwear

The winter season or simply an aircon on full blast in your office is the perfect excuse to bring out those fabulous blazers and outwears. For her role as Lee In-A in “Remember,” Park Min Young wore a variety of coats that not only shielded her from the cold but also gave her daily look a boost.

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Tough business

What’s more girl boss than an all-black bodyguard uniform and a bullet-proof vest? Park Min Young showed her tough side in “City Hunter” who was all about serious business and ready for action whenever people’s lives are on the line.

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Start watching “City Hunter”: 

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I don't even bother about the tv rating in SK...their taste in kdrama genre are different from international fans...Same like Healer,  SK didn't appreciate the drama but the drama makes international fans goes crazy almost like what HPL has done to us..until today i couldn't understand the way of SK thinking..:phew:

 

I'm pretty sure the cast and crew of HPL and of course TVN knows that international fans really appreciate this drama and they know that we love this drama so much...and i noticed that young generation of SK did love this drama too...

 

Btw, this scene remind me of a shampoo /conditioner CF.. I've seen the similar act in the CF with this scene... so after this we need to find out which shampoo/conditioner brand did PMY use??!:w00t: 

 

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9 hours ago, noirschwarz said:

 

 

Based on my observation too, he is definitely ambidextrous. 

Left hand is his “strong” hand. However, he can use both hands. I feel that he’s so attractive when using his left hand.

 

I am happy that you notice this detailed trivia. *high five*

 

 

* oops sorry I forgot to remove the gifs. Thanks for reminding me @bebebisous33

 

 

Yup he can use both hands but left hand is his main where he do most of the things with. He can play guitar like normal right handed guy but when he plays guitar with his left hand, his guitar turns upside down (he did not use guitar for lefty). Meaning to say, when his guitar is in upside down position, his mind needs to work harder on how to find the correct key upside down. This is what I found uniquely attractive of him

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8 hours ago, niharika111 said:

I think that KJW is on the leaner side. He is well toned and all that, but maybe, his body type (actually I prefer leaner, well toned men vs men with big muscles, e.g. Eun Gi) is not the ideal type to show on screen in K dramas?

 yup he is on leaner side as he still keeps his top model body. 

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1 hour ago, sksen said:

The rating is low for this wonderful drama. I guess SK people are not into fangirling stuffs ( the subject matter turns people off- maybe???).

 

 

 

Considering that HPL is on Cable TV, and the other dramas on BIGGER networks don't have high ratings either, I'd say the ratings are fairly decent. Plus, it has always been on top of the Good Data rankings.

 

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12 minutes ago, bliss1004 said:

 

Btw, this scene remind me of a shampoo /conditioner CF.. I've seen the similar act in the CF with this scene... so after this we need to find out which shampoo/conditioner brand did PMY use??!:w00t: 

 

 

 

 

Seriously though, one of the things that boggles my mind as a PMY fan is that she doesn't have a shampoo endorsement (especially after wwwsk). She has the most gorgeous hair. I'm growing out my hair because of her, haha!  :sweat_smile:

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7 hours ago, tinymel said:

Re bed scene... Ok so would have loved something a bit steamier but it wouldn't have suited the build up which was more about love than passion... I'd have preferred a bit more... umm. skin-skinship for the aftermath but it really depends on what the actors/actresses feel comfortable with... I don't think that in ANY of her previous dramas that her bed scenes have had much skin showing (certainly not Healer or WWWSK).  So there is a good chance that PMY said that she wasn't comfortable with lots of skin showing. 

 

I think PMY is not comfortable to make her looks like she is showing too much skin. Though definitely she will be wearing something. In City Hunter too, she wear LMH clothes in one of the scene. 

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I really think the stylists did a great job with KJW's image in HPL.

 

Watched voice and some snippets of temperature of love, I must say the curly wavy hair really suits him!!!

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