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Have You Listened To Them Yet?: 21st – 31st July 2013

So I actually wanted to combine the songs from late July to mid August, but there would be too many songs to cover, so here’s late July first:) Sorry in advance, if the post takes long to load. heh 😛

Disclaimer: All posts are just containing my OPINION. I don’t mean to offend. I mean to give only my honest feedback. Also, I do not listen to every song, although I try to.

Songs I liked/would like to recommend:)

Slow Diving releases a song that would be great for a rainy weekend. I could almost hear some rainfall in the song 🙂No wait. I actually heard rain! …Err… 😛

With Kim Hyeon Jung‘s return, I am left to wonder how the singer, Jay Park, ninjas, drums, korean dance, pop dance, art and animals can end up so well together.

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Have You Watched Them Yet?: 7th March – 21 May 2013 [updated 4/8/13]

So yes, this is the drama/film version of ‘Have You Listened To Them Yet’, which I have been doing for songs and covers from March-June. I figured that it wasn’t very appropriate to use the original titles, since these aren’t very recent updates.

Note: I haven’t watched the films and shows below so the comments will be my zeroth(because there’s a first?..and before that is zero..so..ehehe :P) impression. More information is a click away:)

Movie Picks

1.High Heels: The film sounds like it’s going all out with the comedy, with Cha Seung Won leading as a cop, Ji Wook, from the ‘Violent Crimes’ department who wants to be female. That’s so extreme O.O I mean, I totally love Cha for his masculine, charismatic image and imagining him as someone who wants to change his gender and do girly stuff (like wear heels for instance, or even shopping) is just mind-blowing. I am very curious as to whether another actress will play after-operation-Cha, or will Cha continue playing the character, just in female-wear and wigs? 

Also, transgender is no small matter in Korea, especially for men. Perhaps the plot will inject some seriousness with regards to how the family takes it…unless the cop doesn’t have a family… I’ve been thinking too about whether Cha Seung Won’s decision to change gender is related to the character’s occupation and the cases he handled and handles. Esom will play the role as a bff(I suppose), Jang Mi, in helping the man with his wish, while Oh Jung Sae acts as Cha Seung Won’s rival, Heo Geon. Casts include Go Kyung Pyo and special appearances by Oh Ji Ho, Ahn Kil Kang and Lee Eon Jeong

Another show that’s along the same lines as High Heels is Kim Myung Min‘s Kang Ho’s Childbirth Story. Why do the two guys have to be a ‘Violent Crimes’ cop?! Or why don’t the two films merge!

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Posted by on July 16, 2013 in k-drama, movies, news

 

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Review #4: Call of the Country(2010)

Here’s the 4th drama review~ Sorry for the wait. 😛

* If you read anymore, you don’t have to watch it..You have been warned So STOP READING ONN!! * 

If you are having a bad day and need a pick-me-up, ‘Call of the country’ is actually worth a shot. I don’t think you would mind an aching stomach from Ryu Jin’s antics! And well, maybe get upset again seeing that such a show could be so terribly under the radar. (heh)

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