Oh, the tug-of-war game is so amusing to watch. At this point, it’s like the team seeing the strong guys being all confident in winning while the weak guys in their eyes are slowly snatching people from their side. It might look like an unfair game, but there are times when brain is deemed more important than power in the game.
A war needs at least two sides and it’s impossible to see one side sitting idly wasting time while the other side is attacking them left and right. The attacked will also act when they feel threatened, and so does our baddies. Cha-don is getting the luck on his side with his plans going on really well (albeit a little TOO well), but Se-kwang isn’t his ordinary opponent either.
VOGUE girl isn’t going to let me forget Flower Boy Next Door anytime soon. The magazine took some of the boys outside to enjoy the sun but sadly, only three of them are present in the pictorial for this April. Yoon Si-yoon participates in this colourful photoshoot, together with Mizuta Kouki and Kim Jung-san.
I see Queen Inhyun’s Man and I hear Flower Boy Next Door, but the feelings tell me that this is something new. That’s right, I like the drama as it is, because it’s not the same as the other two. Nine: Nine Times Time Travel. The Korean title isn’t that confusing but when translated into English, it somehow becomes complicated. Obviously a(nother) time traveling travelogue and for those who to check it out, just leave your logic outside your brain for a moment. [SPOILER ALERT!]
I am trying to finish my work over here but Hyun Bin made me stop for a while to appreciate his perfection. Let me enjoy this spread, which is his latest pictorial for Esquire Korea, April edition. How is it possible that he seems to be aging backwards?! I swear he looks younger now compared to the Secret Garden’s era~