Yep, I gave in to peer pressure (am so easy, it’s sad.) Apparently, the cbox crew is a persuasive bunch, making squealing noises even in my head! I watched 3 episodes yesterday and spent my day’s off to catch up to episode 7. For curious mind, Kang Gary recently visited the set of Cable drama, Emergency Couple, and extended his Monday Boyfriend status to Saturday’s substitute driver, and even spouted out some witty lines to hint of his variety romance line with Song Ji Hyo.
EDIT// Emergency Couple is available for DL on our twitter, if you’re interested.
Sheldon: “Really? That’s the best you’ve got?”
Here’s the long-awaited discussion post for The Inheritors (Heirs). You can find all drama discussion posts under the Discussion Corner tab below the banner. Hypersensitive fans, be warned. This is basically a Snark-Snerk thread with only one rule: no personal attacks. Respect another’s opinion and prepare to embrace the feisty sauciness of some drifters. 😛
Agree to disagree. One’s bitter tea is another’s sweet hot chocolate.
That was the mouthful name a few weeks ago (not really, I shortened it) but the name has recently been updated to The Inheritors. I think I might be the only one not hyped up about this drama… Maybe because of school, maybe because of my fear of being disappointed, but I don’t actively chase after the news for this baby. I generally like the cast members but my brain has a few questions…
Suzy is mature and sophisticated for Harper’s Bazaar in France while Esquire magazine’s editor saturated Lee Seung Gi‘s photos with too much purple. And for god’s sake, the location is in Hawaii, you could at least show the beautiful scenery with blue oceans and sea life (read: shirtless goodies.) But all you have are face shots. REALLY? Why did I include them together? They’re hot off The Gu Family Book, as we all know.
Also check out Mnet’s award video of Suzy meeting the fake Kang Chi onstage. Cute.
EEEEE!! I don’t know about you guys but I’ve been in Kdrama slump for a while, even the Winter Wind leaves me cold and detached. But this little fantasy story sets in the Joseon era might just grab my attention. The synopsis? My version: Gumiho and Woong-Ah’s first child is Kang Chi (Lee Seung Gi). He’s a hippie hapa who is found and adopted by a nobleman. As an adult, he registers to learn martial arts at a local school, where he clashes with a cross-dressed instructor, Dam Yeo Wool (Bae Suzy). She’s skilled in archery, so it’s possible for our hero to lose some precious beans during their courtship. To complicate matters, her bodyguard is one without an official character name (yet), but I’ll just say Sung Joon. Already, the sight of broken hearts lying around can be seen within a 5-mile radius, regarding his unrequited love for YW. *owww*
Note: Please be warned. The synopsis above has been improvised by Kappy for her snerking.