Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Big Episode 16 Review and Series Overview

Big episode 16 Review and Series Overview

    I will admit that I was disappointed with the last episode of Big but I didn’t hate it. I wish episode 15 had been put to good use by attempting to clear up multiple plot lines instead of being a useless filler episode. Da Ran finally grew a backbone in this episode but she still acted like an idiot by listening to Ma Ri yet again. I wish we had seen Shin Won again as KKJ, I felt he was sorely underused in this drama. I know that several people don’t understand the ending so I’ll explain-Da Ran runs into KKJ who has grown a lot over the past year. Since he was the twin brother of Yoon Jae he ends up resembling him quite a bit. I had a real problem with this not only because we didn’t get to see Da Ran with Shin Won but because it would be physically impossible for someone to change that rapidly in just a year, maybe 2-3. We never learn how the brothers switched back and we never get to see Yoon Jae’s reaction to anything that had happened. It should have been a much better episode and it left a lot of questions unanswered.
     Overall, I liked Big and I don’t regret watching it. It is by far not the worst Hong sisters’ drama-that award belongs to Delightful Girl Choon Hyang. The show started off strong-it was really funny and interesting. But around episode 11 it started to drag and I kept wishing KKJ would wake up. Goong Yoo is an amazing actor and he proved it with this show. I will forever watch anything that he deems to star in. He carried this show and was the glue that held everything together. Even though she got better towards the end I never cared for Da Ran as a character-she was weak and ditzy, her chemistry with Gong Yoo was her saving grace. I loved Shin Won and I am heartbroken that he was absent for most of the show. I also liked Ma Ri, maybe a little less after she started being a lying troublemaker. I think the show would have been better if it had taken a Secret Garden approach-if KKj and Yoon Jae had switched back and forth unexpectedly it would have given us more time to get to know Yoon Jae and more screen time for Shin Won. The show had great potential but lazy writing ruined it. 7.5/10

Sunday, July 22, 2012

The Dark Knight Rises Reaction/Review

   This is a quick reaction/review to The Dark Knight Rises. This post contains spoilers
      I love Batman, I have loved Batman since I was a child. I have seen all the movies  and television shows about Batman. I have read and own numerous Batman comics. I loved Batman Begins and I adored The Dark Knight, but alas I was extremely disappointed in The Dark Knight Rises. One of the biggest problems with the movie for me was Bane. First off, I hated his voice and it was a huge distraction. It made his character come off as comical rather than menacing. It sounds like a wealthy, English cartoon character. The static-like element of his voice also made it hard for me to understand what he was saying a few times throughout the movie.Also, I didn’t really care for his speeches. The speeches made by villains in the past movie were philosophical and poignant. Bane’s speeches on the other hand were overly lengthy and repetitive. 
     I didn’t love the Catwoman character but she didn’t bother me as much as I was expecting. I liked the fact that they didn’t put her in a cat costume-her googles just look like ears when they are raised. I will say that I didn’t like the fact  that Wayne just decides to forgive her for basically being the catalyst for getting his back broke and being put in a prison.
     The overall plot became a bit convoluted-I felt like there was too much going on and too many characters. I didn’t like all the romance elements that they added-it just felt like too much to fast. I loved John Blake, he was my favorite character in the film. I also loved the ending, I felt like it was a pretty perfect way to conclude the movie. 
     I enjoyed the film but I didn’t love it nearly as much as the previous two films.7.5/10

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 22

Your Worst Actress

Ku Hye Sun

      I love  Boys Over  Flowers but the show would have been a million times better if Jan Di had been played by a better actress. I know that the actors have to perform according to the script and director but the actor themselves aren't totally faultless. Hye Sun made Jan Di into a real life cartoon character-her facial expressions made her so unattractive that it was more than a stretch of the imagination to believe that all these good looking rich guys wanted her. She toned down the craziness as the show went on but it was too little too late.

Jessica Jung

     Wild Romance was definitely not a perfect drama-it had several problems but I still ended up loving it. Jessica's performance was up there with the nonsensical stalker plot. I know that it is very common for singers to go into acting in Korea but Jessica is a prime example of why some singers need to stick to their day jobs.

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Saturday, July 21, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 21

Your Worst Actor

Jae Hee

Delightful Girl Choon Hyang

     My dislike for this show is pretty obvious but his character was the biggest flaw. He was like a male Jan Di, constantly making extremely unattractive facial expressions.

Friday, July 20, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 20

Your Best Actress

Shin Min Ah

My Girlfriend is a Gumiho
Arang and the Magistrate
Beautiful Days
The Beast & the Beauty
My Mighty Princess
Sad Movie
A Love to Kill
Te Devil
A Million
The Naked Kitchen
Sisters on the Road
Go Go 70's

Yoon Eun Hye

I Miss You
Coffee Prince
The Vineyard Man
Legend of the Seven Cutter (This is not a good movie, she was the only enjoyable thing in it.)

Moon Chae Won

The Princess' Man
Innocent Man
Shining Inheritance

Kim Sun Ah

My Lovely Sam Soon
She's On Duty
Scent of a Woman
I Do, I Do

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Thursday, July 19, 2012

30 Day Korean Challenge: Day 19

Your Best Actor

Lee Byung Hun

I Saw the Devil
A Bittersweet Life
Beautiful Days

Hyun Bin

Secret Garden
The Snow Queen
A Millionaire's First Love

Gong Yoo

Coffee Prince
The Crucible
My Tutor Friend
Finding Mr. Destiny
She's On Duty
Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy/ Hello My Teacher
Spy Girl

Park Shi Hoo

The Princess' Man
Prosecutor Princess
Cheongdamdong Alice
Delightful Girl Choon Hyang (a little side note about this, he was only in this show for a few minutes-he broke up with Chae-Rin on her birthday. At first I thought he was a big douche but after having to endure Chae-Rin for the remainder of the show acting like a huge selfish witch and never once getting her just rewards, I loved him for being such a jerk to her and dodging such a crazy bullet.)

Lee Dong Wook

The Perfect Couple
Wild Romance
Scent of Woman

Images are not mine

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 18

The Worst Kdrama That You've Watched Until the End

Delightful Girl Choon-Hyung

     Until recently I haven't watched a drama that I didn't like. I have definitely watched some that are extremely flawed but they were still enjoyable for the most part. That was until I watch DGCH. I had been planning on watching DGCH for awhile because I have seen it so many times on best drama lists. It was also a drama written by the Hong sisters who did You're Beautiful which I love. The show started out fine but then just got worse and worse and worse. The drama focuses on two high school students, Choon Hyang and Mong Ryong. Choon Hyang is very smart but poor and takes odd jobs to earn money. She has been raised by her mother, who works as a lounge singer and is usually irresponsible when it comes to finances. Mong Ryung isn't that smart and he gets into countless fights. His father makes good money as the chief of police and his mother is overbearing. Due to a series of misunderstandings, Choon Hyang and Mong Ryong are forced to marry in order to evade a scandal. If the show had stuck with this story line then this drama might have been decent. Cohabitation dramas are usually fun. 

      As soon as the two graduate high school the show takes a giant downturn in enjoyment.  It picked up again in the last 3 episodes but it didn't make up for the amount of frustration I was put through during most of the show. I think the biggest flaw with this drama aside from the messy plot is the characters-I don't like any of them except for Mong Ryong's dad and best friend Ji Hyuk. Mong Ryong is such a stupid and annoying character. He spends way too much time with Chae Rin and then he gets angry when Choon Hyang acts cold towards him. If the second male lead was even the least bit likable I would have shipped him like there's no tomorrow but he turns out to be an obsessive, controlling jerk who blackmails Choon Hyang to be with him. And completely off topic but if they showed one more scene of him looking at that stupid necklace I would have smashed my laptop. I totally shipped her staying single. Speaking of Choon Hyang, she wasn't that great either. In the beginning of the show you are lead to believe that she's strong, smart and independent but that turns out to not be the case. She spends the majority of the show telling Myon Ryong that she doesn't like him and to go away. Instead of confronting Chae Rin for being a backstabbing whore she usually apologizes to her or thanks her for taking Myon Ryang off her hands.

     There were a few things that I liked, and I stress the word "few." I loved the pink and grey school uniforms that Choon Hyang and Mong Ryong wore, they were the coolest school uniforms that I've ever seen in any drama or movie. I liked the fusion of the Chunhyangga tale throughout the show. I liked the fact that Choon Hyang made jewelry. As I mentioned earlier, I really liked the dad in this show. I have seen Ahn Suk Hwan in father roles before but this is by far my favorite performance of his. I also really liked the music, it got a little repetitive but I still enjoyed the songs overall. And that's it, those are the only things that I liked in this drama. I honestly don't know how anyone could recommend this much less love it. If this had been the first asian drama that I had watched then I might not have watched another one.   5.5/10

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 17

A Kdrama That You've Watched More Than Once


Boys Over Flowers

Secret Garden

My Girlfriend is a Gumiho

You Are Beautiful

Coffee Prince

Playful Kiss

Monday, July 16, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 16

A Kdrama You Started But Can't Finish

     This is the only question that I don't have an answer for. I am currently jumping around and watching numerous dramas but I will eventually finish them. I have this belief that I can't properly rate something, be it a movie or tv show, unless I finish it. I always finish watching something no matter how bad it is. Trust me, I have watched some pretty terrible movies that have made me want to end my life. Some dramas have taken me longer to finish than others but that may have more to do with my crazy skipping around habit.

Sunday, July 15, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 15

Your Favorite Ending 

     Secret Garden had my favorite ending because it was completely satisfying. The show skipped ahead 5 years and you were able to see how all the main characters ended up. I think one of the reasons that I love this show so much is because it was a complete story with a beginning, a middle and an end. Nothing frustrates me more than movies and shows that don't have a real ending.

Honorable Mentions:

Sweet 18

Coffee Prince

Friday, July 13, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 14

Your Favorite Kissing Scene

Coffee Prince

     I love the kissing scenes in Coffee Prince not only because of the amazing chemistry from both actors but because of how natural the kissing appears. The kissing scenes in Coffee Prince look real and authentic, in some dramas the kissing scenes can look super fake and staged.

Honorable Mentions:

The Princess' Man

Flower Boy Ramyun Shop

Beautiful Days

Me Too, Flower!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 13

Your Favorite "I Love You"

“It’s not because I love you, but because I only love you. If I don’t have you, then I won’t have any other choices.” – Joo Won (Secret Garden)

     This is a really popular choice and because of that I really wanted to find something else but I can't lie to myself-this is my favorite "I love you."  

“How much… how much pain have you endured? I cannot imagine how you could bear such a terrible pain. If by taking my life away, your pain can be healed… even a thousand, a million times I am willing to die.” – Se Ryung (The Princess' Man)

     Se Ryung expresses the depth of her love and devotion to Seung Yoo far better than just saying "I love you" ever could. 

Honorable Mentions:

“Every single morning I will give you a kiss as revenge. Every single day, I will follow you like a stalker and buy you everything you want. I am never going to cheat on you. You’ll be the only one in my eyes. From now on, I’ll never let you cry even one tear. I’m going to make you the happiest queen in the world. Until the day I die to the point of disgust, I’m only going to love you as revenge. Can you handle it, your highness? I’m officially proposing to you right now.” -Jae Ha (The King 2 Hearts)

“There’s already someone I love. She’s the first in my life and for the rest of my life, she’ll be the only one. You still want to marry me?” – Jun Pyo

“I’m going to keep telling you, so listen good every day. I love you.” – Tae Kyung

“I… like you, Kim Yoon-shik. I, who only walked where there was a road, who only acted according to the rules… who thought propriety was everything — have come to like you… a man. This is why I can’t keep you as a friend or even as a roommate, because I no longer have the confidence to lie to myself and act like I’m ok when you’re with me.” – Sun-joon

“I like you. Whether you’re a man or an alien, I don’t care anymore.” – Han Kyul

“I want to live with you. For the rest of my life, I want to eat together, talk together, sleep together, be together. Do I need any other reason?” – Han Kyul

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 12

Your Favorite Story

    Here's a shocker for you-it isn't Secret Garden.

     The Princess' Man isn't an entirely original or unique story but it's presentation and execution are what sets it apart from the rest. It starts simply enough-Lee Se Ryung discovers that her soon to be husband is going to be her cousin's (Princess Kyung Hye) new teacher. Princess Hye wants to take a trip outside the palace so she agrees to let Se Ryung pretend to be her and attend her lectures in her place. Se Ryung meets Kim Seung Yoo (the teacher) and the two gradual develop feelings for one another. All is going well until Seung Yoo is chosen as a candidate to be the Prince Consort and the marriage plans for him and Se Ryung are cancelled. What follows is a story filled with murder, political intrigue, revenge, betrayal, and of course romance.

Honorable Mentions:

Secret Garden-Yeah, it didn't make the top spot but you must have suffered a recent head trauma to think that I wouldn't even mention it. It's nothing new, rich guy falls for poor girl who abuses him with a little fantasy element thrown in. I love it though, I love it so so much. Yes, Joo Won is basically a rich, hot, domineering stalker but he becomes so much more as the story progresses. I also love how The Little Mermaid story is used throughout the drama  to represent their relationship-it's my favorite fairy tale so I may be a bit biased. I loved that Gil Ra Im was stunt woman and had so many awesome action scenes. I love Oska and Yoon Seul and the added bonus that their relationship brought to the story.

Boys Over Flowers-I have long been obsessed with the Hana Yori Dango manga and anime. I now know that the whole rich guy falls for poor girl who insults him/abuses him scenario is standard in most dramas but I still love this particular story. I love the F4 and I like the fact that Jan Di doesn't even like Jun Pyo at first, she loves Ji Hoo. One of the things I like the best about the Korean version is how much larger of a role that Ji Hoo had in the overall story as opposed to Rui in Hana Yori Dango.

Beautiful Days-This is the earliest kdrama that I have watched thus far but yet it has quickly become a favorite. I have gotten so invested in the characters and each of their individual stories. It can be a bit predictable at times but I still enjoy every moment of it. Basically it follows the lives of two sisters, Kim Yon Soo and Kim Se Na, who grew up in an orphanage. Yon Soo leaves the orphanage to work and promises to meet Se Na on their birthday. Yon Soo gets into an accident and is unable to meet Se Na so they stay separated for five more years. When they finally find each other again Se Na has grown cold and angry because she is unaware of the reasons why Yon Soo never came. Yon Soo and Se Na also become entangled in the lives of two brothers, both of whom fall in love with Yon Soo. 

49 Days-This was a really good drama with a horrible ending but I still loved the overall story. Shin Ji Hyun gets in a car accident and goes into a coma. She has 49 days to find 3 people that truly loved her. Although she originally thinks that this would be an easy task she soon finds out that she didn't know all the people she loved a well as she thought. I really loved the concept behind this drama, do you ever really know how people truly feel about you? Ji Hyun is allowed to use the body of Song Yi Kyung while she sleeps to complete her task because she is limited in her abilities while in spirit form. Yi Kyung's present life and her tragic past are such great elements in this story-it brings up the issues of depression, suicide and mental illness.

Coffee Prince-Again, this drama doesn't break ground with the girl pretending to be a guy/rich guy falling for poor girl plot line but it still manages to feel fresh and new. Eun Chan is probably the most convincing male impersonator that I have ever seen in dramaland.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 11

Your Favorite Dialogue 

Director Kim: "I didn't come here to drink tea."
DA: "Then what is it?"
Director Kim: "Miss Dong Ah, I came to seduce you."
Dong Ah laughs
Director Kim: "Answer?"
Dong Ah: "Thank you."
Director Kim: "You're welcome."

   Dong Ah and Director Kim are really amazing characters-without them I don't think I would have liked Wild Romance as much as I did. I would love to watch a drama centered on them-they are complete opposites but yet they fit together so well. I included a lot more of their dialogue below because it's really funny. I love this piece of dialogue because it kind of describes their entire relationship. Director Kim is finally admitting he likes her and he does it in the most hysterical way possible. He speaks the words "I came to seduce you" in such an emotionless and serious tone that he could be giving a meeting or reading the phone book aloud. 

Honorable Mentions:

Jandi : “It’s strange."
Ji-hoo : “What’s strange?”
Jandi : “Whenever the emergency bell rings in my heart, you always appear. “
Ji-hoo : “Then let me be.”
Jandi : “What?”
Ji-hoo : “Let me be Geum Jan Di’s honourable firefighter.”

Director Kim: "Why don't you carry a cellphone with you?"
Dong Ah: "To make you worry when I am late."

Eun Jae: "A person I love, loves me back. How's that feel like?"
Dong Ah: "It feels like a miracle, according to the book."

Eun Jae: "Do you think a person becomes lovely bacause she is loved, or a person is loved because she is lovely?"
Dong Ah: "Huh?"
Eun Jae: "I'm talking about Kang Jong Hee. She is so terrible and then suddenly she turns so lovely. "There's no way I can beat her. I'm no match for her."
Dong Ah: "And you were before?"
Eun Jae casts Dong Ah a death look
Eun Jae: "If I were a man I would have fallen in love with her too."
Dong Ah: "Eun Jae, did you . . . ? Could it be that you're on that side? Without you knowing?"
Eun Jae: "What side?"
Dong Ah pulls her shirt down to reveal her shoulder
Dong Ah: "How do you feel right now?"
Eun Jae: "I want to put you down on the floor and. . ."
Dong Ah quickly pulls her shirt up and wraps her cardigan around herself tighter
Eun Jae: ". . . then I want to strangle you."

Director Kim: "Image?"
Dong Ah: "Yeah. When you see something it reminds you of me, what is it?"
Director Kim: "There is none."
Dong Ah: "No way."
Director Kim: "Ah"
Dong Ah: What is it?
Director Kim: "When I went to rent a video, and saw erotic movies, I got reminded of you."
Dong Ah: "You watch erotic movies too?"
Director Kim jumps up suddenly
Director Kim: "N-no! I just saw the title as I was passing by."
Dong Ah: "Do you want me to tell you my 5 favorite erotic movies so far? Number 1 is . . ."
Director Kim wipes sweat from his brow
Director Kim: "Dong Ah, that's not it"
Dong Ah: "Shall I show you “Vinyl Floor” on a rainy day?"

Dong Ah: "What about uniforms?"
Director Kim: "It's not the time to talk about. . ."
Dong Ah: "A nurse's uniform or a stewardess uniform."
Reporter Go: "That's killer."
Director Kim: "I don't like such things."
Dong Ah: "What about sailor's uniforms then?"
Director Kim: "I'm not interested."
Reporter Go: "Director Kim! is there something wrong with you? Hey! Can I smack him once?"
Dong Ah: "Really, do you not have any fantasies about that."
Director Kim: "I don't."
Dong Ah: "What are all the books I have read then? The book lied to me!"

Eun Jae: "So, what does a first kiss feel like?"
Dong Ah: "It tastes like blood."

Dong Ah: "How do I look?" She twirls around wearing brightly colored traditional clothes
Director Kim: "Sit first."
Dong Ah: "This is silk. Do you want to take it off?"
Director Kim: "Later."
Dong Ah: "When you first talked about your fantasies, I didn't really get it. Then I tried taking it off at home. Whhooaaa!" Gives Director Kim two thumbs up.

Friday, July 6, 2012

30 Korean Drama Challenge: Day 10

Your Favorite Line/s by a Female Third Wheel Character

"Honestly the chestnuts were me but the cheesecake was some other bitch." - Yoon Seul 

    Seul is amazing and it's completely understandable why she's the best second lead female in dramaland. I knew that I would be choosing one of her lines for this question. She doesn't actually speak this line, she holds up a sign during Oska's concert with this written on it-it's probably one of my favorite scenes in Secret Garden. Oska has been trying to get back into Seul's good graces by getting her things that she likes or better yet what he thinks she likes but alas his playboy past catches up to him. He offers her chestnuts saying that he knows she likes them but he also offers her cheesecake which was something another girl favored. In the end, Seul decides to go back to Oska and lets him know via sign.

Honorable Mentions:

A woman, no matter how common she is, she can be a queen.
No matter how precious she is, she can be a maid.
Depending on how she is treated by the man she loves.
Yoon Seul

Not being able to sleep or eat are just the obvious basics. Falling asleep and waking up are hell too. Because you can’t figure out how you and the person you love are to become strangers. You can’t even complain to other people. Because they may badmouth him. So, you cry alone. It’s ended, you’ve broken up,but only the memories of love come to mind. But, the more you do that, the longer it takes to erase those memories. So, to a person who’s been left, 365 days are spent in the process of breaking up. But the thing that really hurts, is the other person does’n’t even seem to be thinking of you. It feels like it’s just you that can’t let go. That person seems to have forgotten all about you and is just happy. All you want to do is die, but you can’t die either. Because you might never… see that person again.”-Yoon Seul (Secret Garden)

I trust what people say behind my back more than what they say in front of me.” -Yoon Seul (Secret Garden)

Don’t tell me you were trying to protect me, don’t lie. What you were doing it trying to protect your pride, weren’t you?” -Yoon Seul (Secret Garden)

I never thought I’d be left behind since you were always the one who loved me more. But seeing the small changes in your gaze, your sighs, your expressions… made my heart fall with a thump. It’s funny that as my feelings for you grew, I lost confidence. So I thought, ‘Let’s preserve the last of my pride. Before I’m left, let’s leave first’. That’s why I ran away. I was so afraid of what would happen if you didn’t grab hold of me.” – Yoo Joo (Coffee Prince)

The more you love, the more you get scared because the more important that person is, the loss of them will hurt even more,”- Dong Ah (Wild Romance)

How to move Director Kim? It's easy, the robot moves by battery.”-Dong Ah (Wild Romance)

Thursday, July 5, 2012

30 Day Korean Drama Challenge: Day 9

Your Favorite Line/s by a Male Third Wheel

Human beings’ hearts change, that’s their specialty. Forever? There’s no such thing. Love, then hate. Hot, then cold. Upset, then grateful. Full of resentment, then understanding. And it goes on.” – Scheduler (49 Days)

   I'm halfway through 49 Days and the Scheduler is probably one of the best parts of the show. He provides a lot of comic relief in a drama that might have become bogged down by it's somewhat sad and depressing tone. He has a lot of great lines and this one is my favorite. The Scheduler died at 23 and took his current position to get a chance to live again. For five years he has watched the world and the people in it unnoticed as he takes the souls of those who have died to their afterlife. It's sad because he thinks this way after all he's seen but it's also sad because it's somewhat true.

Honorable Mentions:

Believing what they want to believe in, is the specialty of the people in this world.”


For me, those words where precious, so I was sparing them. But if you spare them too much… they become words you can’t say.” – Jeremy (You're Beautiful)

When I thought you were a guy, I was okay with it. When I found out you were a girl, I was okay with it. But if you like him, I can’t be okay with it. Why? Why wasn’t it me? I told you about my treasure bus, and I let you close to Jolie and I was going to sing a song only for you. Why don’t you like me?” – Jeremy (You're Beautiful)

"Even though I haven’t confessed to her yet, I feel like I’ve been rejected a hundred times already.” – Shin Woo (You're Beautiful)

Until now, I tried to hold onto you. In other eyes, it must have looked foolish. Because I tried very hard, in the end, since I couldn't get you, I was able to let go.”– Shin Woo  (You're Beautiful) 

"I’m not asking you to give your heart in one go. If you can give your heart bit by bit, then that’s a start… I've started.” – Shin Woo 
(You're Beautiful) 

"You were almost there… just one more step and you would have found me.”
 – Shin Woo (You're Beautiful)

I don’t know when it started either. But now, I can’t be without you.” – Ji Hoo (BOF)

Some things are only visible through faith.” Ji Hoo (BOF)

"I stepped back as a friend — I gave up because she was my friend’s girlfriend. I gave you a chance up till the end. I’m not going to hold back anymore.” – Ji Hoo (BOF)

"After meeting you, there’s only been one thing I wish for — for you to be happy and not cry anymore. I’m afraid that after tomorrow, you won’t be able to smile again.” Ji Hoo (BOF)

“Guys don’t do things for no reason in front of the girl they like. There’s always a reason. I’m speaking from experience, so you can trust me.” – Ji Hoo (BOF)

"If the person you love is suffering because of you, can you let her go?” – Ji Hoo (BOF)

“It’s not a
 dream. If it were, it wouldn’t have been so painful. After sending you off, I realized that I’d done nothing all this time. When I came to my senses, you were on the plane. So it’s not a dream. Because you’re in front of me now.” – Ji Hoo (BOF)

The weird thing is hearing that she’s “not beautiful enough” and “not suitable to be the Princess”. The more I hear that, the more I am attracted to her.” – Yul (Goong)

You… you little… from now on, you stay in my sights at all times. Wherever you go, whatever you do, stay in my sights. Because I thought I was losing my mind.” – Jae-shin (Sungkyunkwan Scandal)