Well, it’s the last day of February, and it is special because we get one extra day this month thanks to the leap year! I think it’s about time for me to have a proper post to say goodbye to 2015. It’s late (I know, I know), but I can’t seem to sit back and write coherent sentences about the dramas I watched last year. Maybe because I don’t really finish that many dramas? That, and my attention span that is getting even shorter year by year. So, expect lots of rants and ramblings in this post while I reminisce about the dramas that made me experience a roller coaster of emotions over the year of 2015.
After last summer’s Scholar Who Walks The Night, actor Lee Jun-ki has been outside of Korea busy filming his first Hollywood movie Resident Evil: The Final Chapter which will be released early next year. He will also be starring in an upcoming sageuk, Moon Lovers which is a remake of popular Chinese drama Scarlet Heart. The story will be set in the Goryeo dynasty and is slated to air this September. Cameras are already rolling for the drama, as more kdramas are moving towards the pre-production route. This March, he is seen in the pages of Allure’s magazine issue which last featured him back in 2012. If you have been missing him like I am, check this out!
After countless twists and turns, are we finally starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel?
ELLE Korea has teamed up with Austrian luxury crystal jewelry brand Swarovski and Sulli for a special White Day pictorial, and the end product is just stunning. Sulli looks lovely and enchanting as the spring Cupid, adorned with simple yet eye-catching jewelry. I love the pastel colours used in the shoot because they remind me of cotton candy! I hope ELLE will release more shots later, and this pictorial can be seen in ELLE’s upcoming March issue, as well as on Swarovski Korea’s Facebook page.
The online buzz that the popular webtoon Cheese In The Trap generated has increased with its drama version. The hype has been around since the drama premiered early last month, and the show has only garnered more fans over the past 12 episodes aired. Various magazines have courted the leads for pictorials and Park Hae-jin, aka Yoo Jung sunbae has been featured on the cover of HIGH CUT Volume 168, its latest issue. His co-star Seo Kang-joon playing Baek In-ho has many pictorials which you can find in his gallery 😀