Here we have our first Giveaway Winner post from the half way point giveaway for Fight For My Way. Tulaja is one of our winners and asked for a Park Seo-joon Elle interview translated from September 2016. We were happy to oblige. Tulaja, please find the interview below. We are working hard on the rest of our giveaway winners, we plan on posting them over the next couple weeks! The full interview is below. Enjoy!
The Namil apartment’s owner is hands down one of my favorite characters in the drama (along with coach-nim). What is her deal? Is she like a fairy godmother to the Fantastic Four, or only to Ae-ra? KBS released a character profile for her that is elucidating. We will also tackle some other things we have found out through watching the drama, like her first appearance in the drama and all the little clues that the writer is giving us about this mysterious woman. Let’s dive right into this character we all know as the Namil Apartment Owner Ajumma (only, don’t call her ajumma).
Wow, just wow, what happened at the end of episode 9?!? We’re about to find out! Welcome to the live recap for episode 10 for Fight For My Way, we are happy to have you here. Please make yourself at home, look around, and say hello. Please overlook typos and errors, we will fix them when the episode finishes airing. We try to catch as much as possible, but it goes by so fast so we might miss some things. A Full recap will come later with all the Easter eggs, shooting locations, music, pop-culture, and other little nuances.
Welcome to the live recap for episode 9, we are happy to have you here. Please make yourself at home, look around, and say hello. Please overlook typos and errors, we will fix them when the episode finishes airing. We try to catch as much as possible, but sometimes it goes so fast so we miss some things. A Full recap will come later with all the Easter eggs, shooting locations, music, pop-culture, and other little nuances.
The Ahn Jae-hong (안재홍) interview we planned for last Thursday is finally making its appearance on Bah+Doo. Work started getting the best of us, so we had to curtail a few postings in order to catch up. But now it is the weekend, so we could devote some more of our free time to translations (whoo hoo!).
Come on in, take your shoes off, and make yourself comfortable, because this recap is going to be demonstrably long. It is T-minus 48 hours until we find out what happened after that epic ending to episode 8. EPIC ENDING. I can’t even, that ending was just too good. It was so good that it inspired me to go back and re-recap the first 8 episodes with all my love. So friends, lovers, shippers…gather round because I have a round 1 recap to tell.
We have the giveaway winners for our Fight for My Way halfway point contest! Thank you to everyone who left comments! It was really delightful to read all the comments and have some fun banter back and forth. I think we will do one of these again, maybe closer to the end? Argh, I don’t even want to think about the end! Fight for My Way, can’t you never end? Just keep running forever and ever like Grey’s Anatomy!
This took awhile to get out, but it’s finally done. Below we have a 1st Look Magazine Interview for Kim Ji-won (김지원) from 2014. It turns out that Kim Ji-won was scouted on the street to be either an Idol or an actress and went through years of training before debuting. She decided acting was for her, but said that the overall training she received (such as singing and dancing) has helped her to be a better actress.
Park Seo-joon (박서준) is burning the house down with his portrayal of the innocent and delightful Ko Dong-man in Fight For My Way. His acting skills are impressing me to no end. How can he be so heartfelt and genuine and also an absolute buffoon? I should probably throw handsome or sexy in there too, but his character actually hasn’t expressed those attributes. Park Seo-joon himself is, but his character of Dong-man is just lovable, adorable, and awkward. I love him.
We have an Instagram Roundup for Pyo Ye-jin | 표예진, who plays Jang Ye-jin on Fight For My Way. I thought it would be fun to find her Instagram and do a roundup on her. Actually, I was looking through ODK (just discovered them and I LOVE their site, they have everything) and some of the shows I was checking out were the 72 second dramas. I love those shows because they are quirky and slice-of-life and just all around different. Lo and behold, Pyo Ye-jin was in one of them. She was in a 72 second drama called Deux Yeoza that is about two best friends and things that happen to them in their daily lives. It is really quirky because they are just looking at the screen and talking the entire drama with a cartoon like set behind them (It’s a bit hard to describe, you have to see it).