A Love/Hate Relationship

Love to see them together, but hate to see them apart.

Sometimes, the word ‘extension’ just serves as an alternate meaning of ‘lagging the story’ for me. Some might view it from a positive angle: more episodes means more time to ogle at your favorite actors or actresses, but for me, more episodes means a stretch of story line that may include unnecessary actions and probably, extensive amount of angst in between. Protect the Boss might be one of the few which survived from the negative effects, although there are some points that aren’t that necessary but included, thanks to the extension. Now I sound like someone who despise it so much but most of the time, it does mean bad news.

Leave the word aside: the story now take a different turn, right into a world with less laughter and a little bit of angst coming in.

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Spazzing Around #2

Looks like this is the final week of Protect the Boss (sobs) and the next contender for Wed-Thu drama, Tree with Deep Roots will begin airing on 5th October. Young King Sejong doesn’t let go of this opportunity to pay a visit to DN Group and it turns out that he’s on good terms with both of the chaebols! A potential bromance? Bring it on!

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TVXQ – W Korea Oct 2011

Potter Yunho and Fashionista Changmin are what makes me aching to post this. This photo shoot was probably taken during their trip to New York for Lacoste’s fashion collection showing earlier this month. Yunho looks as suave and adorable as usual but seeing Changmin in various outfits just make me burst out laughing, maybe because I remember this. Growing up may improve your sense of fashion and plus, if you’re being selected as a brand’s spokeperson, why not?

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Tree with Deep Roots – Gallery

Checking it out mainly because of Joong-Ki, but decides to give it a try because I’m interested after reading the synopsis: solving murder mystery that leads to another bigger mystery. It’s a sageuk (obviously) and full of hanboks, so I think it’s going to be one of my stress reliever when I can’t understand a single word when I’m watching. Anticipating this to be good as the predecessor dramas in this timeslot have been quite a bomb in terms of ratings and storyline.

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