And I pray that they remain blissfully as siblings (cause really, I don’t need the extra competition! 😛 ) The two cute stars are everywhere this past week together to promote for their upcoming film, The Commitment, where TOP takes the role of a reluctant North Korean spy and suffering brother whose failed mission resulted in his sister (Kim Yoo Jung)’s containment in the labor camp. Hmmm, South Korea must really like North Korean spy-themed movies or what? Let’s just hope this one has a better ending than Secretly Greatly.
What awards shows? Who won what? Sorry, I didn’t pay attention because after this segment popped up, I kinda lost my mind and just went SQUEEEEE all the way. So frickin’ cute!
THIS clip, I could rewind and rewatch X more times. Watch before it gets deleted!
Watching this drama drains my optimism. It’s like a never-ending round trip of rich folks stepping, spitting, and stomping on poor people who could never raise their heads because they chose to live that way. I didn’t recap episode 4 because it’s an annoying filler where 30 minutes were given to wailing, screaming, and endless crying from the parents. There are other ways to bond the leads AND use their stellar acting chops, RIGHT writers? Why are you wasting my time?
Poor Chang Hee, life sucks for him. Whenever he’s shown onscreen, I want to cuddle this boy and tell him that everything is going to be fine. *passes him a cookie* The kids are a joy to watch but the adults are a pain because they keep stalling in one place, not making any relative move to propel the plot forward. I feel like this is the pattern for the next 5 episodes, until the adults take over in episode 9.
Star-studded child cast. That isn’t an overstatement. We have moon girl, killer boy, young Bi Dam, Jin Sae Yun’s child version, and reluctant Maru-oppa.
One thing I’m griping at this drama is the ridiculous amount of characters, children to be specific. Fathers have son, son has sisters, sister has little sister, and little sister has a pregnant mother! Gee! If I messed up some names in here, forgive and inform!
SOOOOOO CUTEEEEEEE! This is Yeo Jin Goo (’97er) and Kim Yoo Jung (’99) four years ago in Iljimae. They’re definitely gonna be the Nation’s Couple in a few years. Add the young Lee Min Ho to the basket, and it’s another epic love triangle. One thing is for sure, prepare to get your heart broken folks. 😀
I haven’t done this feature in a while so here are some interviews in the past month!