January 23, 2013January 23, 2013 by muchadoboutlove Flower Boy Next Door: 6 At loss for words… …so only random thoughts. Dok-mi has her own spunk too. Jealousy – the worst enemy for friendship between girls/women. Jin-rak and his subtle refusal. Coincidence is everywhere. Even Enrique has his own antis. Learning about someone through articles. Perfect for a writer. I want to go to a 찜질방 too~ Gaaahhh. Spectacles. Cool. Charisma. Enrique ‘Armstrong’, the first human ever landed in Dok-mi’s house. And the first troublemaker in the house. Jin-rak and his explosive temper. The birth of the third stalker. Pretty persistent, huh?Second misunderstanding. ㅋㅋㅋ Dong-hoon got to be the most patient friend of Jin-rak. Enrique learns the rules of the house. Natural vs Awkward. Oh, the drawing… You’re trying hard, girl. Showdown! ….oh, it’s next week. Share this:Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
8 thoughts on “Flower Boy Next Door: 6”
he totally had me over picture #9! 😉 our boys in this ep are all adorable.it excites me to see DokMi and Enrique becoming best buds, Watanabe loosening up, more Jinrak-Donghoon’s bromance….and much more. this is a drama that continuously excites me past ep 4 (i enough of dramas that i was so invested and then they crushed me bigtime!)- maybe because their world, their conflicts- were just confined in that small neighborhood, eh?
The bonding between the characters is something that I really love, plus I can relate to Dok-mi. The neighborhood makes the story more focused, and they don’t have to be distracted over other thing and can concentrate on building the relationship between each other 😀
RIGHT. im getting tired now of chaebol-with-multizillion-inheritance guy and its corporate issues. i find FBND refreshing. 🙂 you mean, your personality is similar to Dok-Mi? Whoah. :)) i’m an outgoing-talkative-straightforward kind of ahjumma. teehee!
It’s different but in a good way and reminds me of Jdramas 😉 Well…I’m rather timid and shy in real life and I’ll talk only when someone starts talking to me. So I feel that I can relate to her because we have some similarities 😀
yeah, you are so right- JDrama. really? i bet, blogging and social networking sites helped you a lot– talking and interacting with other people. well, it’s just natural for some people not to talk a LOT. hihihi. i was an introvert before, and i can’t remember how i became like me today! (i’m into trainings and seminars so i talk a lot) 🙂 i don’t even have childhood photos bc i was extremely shy and during primary school i only got to befriend outcasts/wallflowers like me.
I only talk a lot with people I’m close with 😀 wow, that explains why you managed to change so much…it’s all about practice actually. I don’t really have that much chance to talk with people :)))
yeah it’s all about practice- and stage fright (in public speaking) is not something you can overcome with- it’s about how you manage to hide/overcome your nervousness at that particular moment. it’s a challenge for you though because of the type of work you are in, right? 🙂 but you have blog and twitter so you still got to interact with lots of people, i.e. fangirling to the max! 🙂
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Isn’t my lovely Enrique Geum (Yoon Shi Yoon) so adorable