Happy new year everyone! Actors Ji Jin-hee and Jung Woo-sung are featured on Esquire Korea’s January issue – it has been a while since I shared pictorial(s) here so I picked this one 🙂 Since it’s for the same magazine, I decided to compile the two separate pictorials into one. Jung Woo-sung continues to be active in chungmuro, whereas Ji Jin-hee is coming back this year with jtbc drama Misty alongside Kim Nam-joo. It airs on 2nd February, which is quite soon. (Yay! This will be his comeback since Second to Last Love in 2016.)
Sometimes, we face difficulties in defining the simplest of terms because it either covers an overly broad range of areas that it is hard to pinpoint exactly what it is, or it could perhaps be due to the fact that we have never really stopped to think about what it actually means. This gives rise to different interpretations of the same term whenever we are asked. We then begin ask ourselves, can a single thing shape the meaning of a word; or are there multiple aspects which define it? And it brings me to the magic word of this post – adulthood. What does it mean exactly? With that, I will weigh in on the drama revolving around this: it is none other than Second to Last Love, SBS’ latest prime-time weekender on the block.
Suave actors Ji Jin-hee and Park Seo-joon grace the pages of HIGH CUT’s December issue. Each of them have starred in various dramas and movies this year, appearing regularly on the small screen in particular. I really like both pictorials so I couldn’t not put them up on the blog haha~ Thank you HIGH CUT magazine for the eye candy!
Ji Jin-hee is sure a hard worker, because he still finds some time in between filming his drama to participate in a photo shoot. The male lead of SBS weekender I Have A Lover was featured in L’Officiel Hommes last month and this October, he took his good looks and charm to SURE Korea! Still as handsome as ever, no matter which magazine he’s on 😉
Ji Jin-hee, known for his roles in sageuks Dae Jang Geum and Dong Yi as Scholar Min and King Sukjong respectively, is back on the small screen with weekend melodrama I Have A Lover. I haven’t been watching his recent projects (the last one being One Warm Word which I didn’t manage to complete) but I definitely miss seeing him in good dramas so I hope this one will turn out well for him! This month, he is featured on the magazine issue of L’Officiel Hommes and the pictorial is titled [Chill Vibes] 😉 In every look he sports, the shot comes with a Samsonite bag.
It’s that time of the year again, when airing dramas end and new dramas take over the empty slots left by the predecessors. Yesterday, several dramas aired their premiere episode as two of them caught my attention. I realize that nowadays I’m not that consistent with my drama watching schedule as I tend to drop halfway and in some rare cases, I even dropped dramas right after I saw the first episode. This time, I’m quite happy to say that I’m quite relieved when the two dramas that caught my attention, Shark and Dating Agency: Cyrano, exceed my expectation.
Pretty, Hottie, and Baddie in one issue? Count me in.
..by watching dramas. I know, looks like it’s not a great activity for some people but finally I get my chance to watch the dramas that I didn’t have time to watch before this, or those that I dropped due to lack of interest. For the time being, I’m being grateful to myself (such a narcissist) because I’ve never deleted any series that I haven’t watched till the end and I got to view life from a very different point.