I am all but an artist. Don’t judge.
Yep, I have decided to combine the soundtracks of all 3 dramas on Mon-Tue into one post. Why? Because I’m lazy (I need a new excuse.) And because watching the intense war between Jang and Gu amuses me so much, often more than the dramas themselves. Really, the animosity between the two fandoms is strange, in that Office completely evades the wrath, even when it scores 2nd in ratings. No one bothers involving it in the fanwar. Comical behavior: Fans going into the opposing thread and announcing their grand departure. Then I’m like why? We all have different tastes and incomparable tolerance for, er, stuffs. Agree to disagree, yea? Ya’ll should be like me, declare your loyalty to no one. And watch all 3. 😛
Anyway, this post is for discussion, if you will, while enjoying the music. Have fun!
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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.
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