2015 has yet to end but we’re already getting new pictorials for the January magazines. I bet no one’s really complaining about it, especially when we have our favourites in the list! Park Seo-joon has a relatively successful year with two movies and two dramas in 2015, and he’s already being courted for historical drama Hwarang planned for 2016. Nothing has been decided yet so we have to be content for now with this pictorial from InStyle for its January issue.
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!
Surprise, surprise!! We have a new pictorial this time: Cosmopolitan Korea gathers the four leads of the latest MBC drama on Wed-Thu slot, She Was Pretty, in one place for a photo shoot to grace the pages of the magazine’s October edition. Colour me excited for this! The drama aired its pilot episode last night, and the timing for their pictorial is just perfect to lure more fans into watching. Plus, it is a rom-com set in a magazine company, so it’s just fitting for the leads to have a photo shoot of their own to promote the series…right?
When it rains, it pours. This week seems like a busy week for drama fans and production teams as the promotion for the upcoming dramas is kicked up a notch, making the wait for them even more difficult. Although we’re still in the month of August, the September and October dramas are hard at work, gearing up for their respective premieres, and we get to have our first look(s) into these dramas: She Was Pretty, The God of Merchant: Gaekju 2015, and Six Flying Dragons.
Oh hey, what a great time to return from my holiday! Park Seo-joon keeps himself busy in between his dramas and movies with pictorials, and he brings alive the manly side of him through his latest photo shoot for the August edition Singles magazine. He is rumoured to make his drama comeback through MBC’s She Was Pretty, which will reunite him with his Kill Me, Heal Me co-star Hwang Jung-eum, if both of them accept the offer. I am happy to see more of him on my screen, although there is no rush since he won’t be leaving for army…because Park Seo-joon completed his service!
Remember the trip he took to Italy earlier this month? Milan became the runway for Park Seo-joon’s feature in ONE magazine, a new monthly fashion magazine. The outfits kinda make me chuckle because they are so colourful! They’re like bursts of colours following him everywhere to the nook and cranny of the dreamy city. His new movie, Beauty Inside, will hit the big screen this July and it will be Park Seo-joon’s second movie to be released this year after The Chronicles of Evil. 2015 seems to be a lucky year for him and here’s hoping that he will continue his successful streak for the new movie!
Yeay, early birthday presents for me! New magazine spreads featuring Park Seo-joon, Son Ho-joon, and Im Seulong are released today, and I couldn’t be happier! They are posing for the June issue of magazines ELLE, ARENA, and Singles respectively. Park Seo-joon has just finished promoting his latest movie The Chronicles of Evil (with Son Hyun-joo and Ma Dong-seok) while Son Ho-joon continues his stint in variety shows, with the current one being a cooking show on tvn. As for Seulong, his first solo single ‘Mood Swing’ is to be released on 22 May.
It’s time for Do-hyun to part ways with his alters, one by one (NOOOOOOOO) and also for us to say goodbye to them, not to forget the characters who have been there (NOOOOOOOO) for the past two and a half months. Time goes by almost unnoticed (NOOOOOOOO), and farewell is inevitable at this point. Perhaps, I would have used Se-gi’s time-freezing method to make time stop, if he had any, but it was just a wish no one could have in this world (NOOOOOOOO). Yeah, I am okay. It’s the last episode. I am okay (NOOOOOOOO).
After all the trials and tribulations they faced in the past few weeks (or 21 years, if we’re to follow the plot), it’s time for both Ri-jin and Do-hyun to enter the stage of healing together. Embracing the painful memories seems to be the best choice for them, because they knew it better that running away from those nightmares did not solve anything. They deserve all the love and happiness for the rest of their lives, but will it be peaceful for them with the intervention from the alters of Do-hyun?
The drama probably has had enough with killing our hearts through those torture and pain, and here’s a good news: the healing part is here! I’m so happy that the drama doesn’t wait until the final week to offer us the closure to certain things, and it’s kinda lessen up the pain when I think of the impending goodbye. Everything has to come to an end (including the drama sobs), but for Do-hyun and Ri-jin, their journey towards healing has just started with acknowledging their past, although it wasn’t all pretty and shiny.