Here is a very short interview Song Ha-yoon (송하윤) participated in about her character Sul-hee in the drama Fight for My Way (쌈 마이웨이). Fight for My Way is about the growing romance of four best friends who want to have “My Way” of life regardless of what others say.
Yay, we have the 3rd teaser for Fight for My Way! I have the translation below for anyone who wants to upload it onto a video. Actually, I might have to go ahead and move my obsession over to YouTube, hmm….The translation is below for anyone who wants it.
My first Instagram Roundup request! I love this request because I have a soft spot in my heart for Rain (비). One of my friends had a boyfriend once and he looked just like Rain, so whenever I see Rain I always think about her and how in love she was with him once upon a time ago. #GoodMemories.
KBS is continuing to string us all along with Fight for My Way teasers (쌈 마이웨이). I love that they added the “for” in there recently, I think it adds a nice touch. There was something missing with Fight My Way, but Fight for My Way brings it all together. Anyway, Fight for My Way is the drama of my heart right now, so I am waiting with bated breath for it to start.
Park Seo-joon (박서준) is a new actor on my radar. I was first introduced to him through the drama She Was Pretty. I later watch a couple of episodes of Hwarang, and I liked the little bit that I saw. He looked pretty adorably funny in the first two episodes. I heard that drama was the best kind of hot mess. It was all over the place in a good/bad way? Maybe kind of like Boys Over Flowers? I don’t really know, the consensus was mixed, but everyone said it was better than they thought it would be.
Kim Tae-hee (김태희) has been around for a minute. She rose to fame as a person who is both pretty and smart, though I would assume she also had some shrewd business skills and a bit of luck on her hands as well. She is now the de facto prettiest woman in Korea, though I think that designation is starting to go to one of the starlets of the up and coming generation. Song Hye-kyo is also one of the prettiest women in Korea, though the fact that Kim Tae-hee went to Seoul University (the #1 school in Korea) pretty much shoots her to the top of the list.
I was first introduced to Lee Sung-kyung (이성경) through the drama Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-ju (역도요정 김복주). Though it wasn’t doing stellar ratings in Korea (it was up against some serious competition with Legend of the Blue Sea taking all the ratings), all the international fans were raving about it, so I checked it out. Let me tell you something, all those people knew what they were talking about. Y’all this show. THIS SHOW. This TV show is something precious. It was such a warm-hearted and lovely coming of age story. I loved all the sound effects that depicted what Bok-ju was feeling or thinking. It was such an innovative way to show emotions. I would love to write a book like that, but I’m not sure if it would translate the same.
There is really no other reason for this post except to share this photo off of HyunA’s Instagram. I am not a tattoo person, but I can appreciate a good photo of someones tattoo every now and again. I am not actually sure if it’s the tattoo’s that I like or if it is the overall image with the black tattoo’s against her lighter skin with the black jacket, black camera, and brown table accentuating. The jewelry adds a bit of flair as well.
Jang Nara (장나라) is one of my favorite actresses. I fell in love with her in Fated to Love You and she is one of the main reasons I watched Hello Monster/I Remember You is because she was in it. Those are actually the only two drama’s I have seen her in, but I am happy to watch more. She is a wonderful actress and has this look that is oh so adorable. On top of that, she is a strong advocate of voting! I love that. Below are a few images from her Instagram, check it out if you have some time!