Well this is a shocker! I’m sitting here absolutely giddy in love with Fated to Love You.
I was wary bout this one for obvious reasons, but see what happens when a show exceeds your expectations? You get me writing a very fangirly first impressions post, which I almost never do. The first impressions part I mean. I fangirl all the time!
First, let’s talk about this creature here.
I was looking forward to a certain level of ham and slapstick from what I’d seen from the teasers, but I certainly did not expect the show to zealously devote itself to making Lee Geon look as ridiculous as possible. Continue reading
In lieu of a review, and since it’s awards season, I will steal a leaf from Writerly Rants who has given away her own awesome Heirs awards all series long.
Favourite OTP: Hee Nam and Ki Ae
The relationship between Kim Tan’s mother and Eun Sang’s mother was everything an OTP’s should be– supportive, reciprocal and a real treat to watch. I enjoyed them, and as the only women in the show who drew strength from each other, it was a source of warmth and light in show that felt so glum. We got to see them grow from unlikely allies to bickering ahjummah besties, despite their class divide (perhaps because the divide was false anyway). Dynamite actresses Kim Sung Ryung and Kim Mi Kyung deserve kudos for being, well, dynamite. Continue reading
I don’t usually notice celeb photo spreads unless they fall into my lap, like while flipping through magazines in the hair salon.
Ever since I started this blog though, blogs or sites that I follow regularly post them so they fall into my lap all the time. It’s all mostly harmless and pretty. After all, it’s hard to make these people look less than pretty. But I think it’s considerably easier to make them look like circus monkeys.
This gem I spotted this week accomplishes both, a real feat: