➘ ❝ Eun Gi asked me. At that time, in the tunnel,… why didn’t I avoid the car? Even though I told Eun Gi that I don’t remember, I remember the reason very clearly. At the time, I was exhausted by the world and by my lot in life, and this present life of mine even if it ended this way, I thought it wouldn’t make a difference. And that in the next life, I would definitely meet Eun Gi and then the ordinary kind of love that everyone does, the simple kind of love that regardless of who they are and what they do in the world get to experience. That ordinary kind of love. I want to start all over again. This is what I think I prayed to God. (x)
Don’t worry, Eun Gee. I will take good care of you until you die. I won’t kick you out penniless like someone else. As long as you know where you stand… and just stay all nice and pretty like a retard, then… I won’t hate you. Why would I hate you? Your life turned upside down because of Ma Roo and me. You’ve suffered the most. I’m sorry. I’m truly sorry, Eun Gee.
Have you ever heard of that one tale where the fox steals cheese straight from the crow’s mouth with just a few flattering words? You probably have, really. Your parents may have told you the story to teach you to ward off cunning flatterers like the fox. They warned you right, really, but have you ever wondered what happened to the dearest fox once the story ended?
It was not all pretty. The Renarde ended up unemployed, betrayed by his own wife, and left to rot and wither as he lay on the tepid ground, broken and beaten. They thought of him dead for centuries and centuries past, yet what those imbeciles did not know is that he had just taken a new form, one more beautiful, and far more sinister.
Reynard became the Mademoiselle, a woman oozing with vengeful wrath, yet hidden behind a facade of ethereal beauty and majestic eloquence. She resides in a lavish loft placed above an even more grandiose clothing boutique--La Renarde, moonlighting as a famed Fashion Designer in this lifetime.
Are you piqued? Are you willing to push open the glass doors, ring her bell, and try and befriend the wily fox? Careful though. One can never distinguish the lies from the truth she seems to purport. [ Follow. Reblog. Like. ]
Maru: “What kind of person she is… I would ask those who know her. And at times, I’d hang around outside her house. And at times, because I want to look good in front of her, I’d learn the old school trot dance that her father likes, and learn baduk, and learn how to eat all different kinds of foods without being picky. And at times, I’d memorize all the songs of her favorite pop artists. And at times, I’d go to the place she frequents and wait for her the whole day.
I’d tell her I miss her if I miss her, and I’d say I long for her when I do. I’d feel excitement and gratitude. To date like other people… I think I prayed for it.
And I say my prayers again: Thank you. Now, I am happy.”-Dramabeans
My reaction to this scene is just awwwwing of OMG with my eyes while my hands are in a fist failing to squander my whimpers like of a crying puppy witnessing their otp in absolute heartbreak. I feel you puppy, I feeel you.
I didn’t exactly cry since by this minute in this drama, you would think my tear ducts have already given up by how much work they had to do. No, this is a scene where you just desperately need to give a hug to the characters, need to hold them…mostly for your sake of not crushing down to pieces more than for them…but anywhoo…
Since Maru is already holding Eun Gi and all…here is to me crumbling down faster than my homemade gingerbread house.
For those of you chomping at the bit for a new Song Joong-ki drama, here he is, front and center as the nice-is-the-new-mean hero in his new melodrama Nice Guy, the full title of which has been announced as: There’s No Such Thing As Nice Guys (a rough translation, because it’s way too cumbersome to call a drama Nice Guys Don’t Exist Anywhere In the World). It’s a mouthful either way, so everyone’s still just calling itNice Guy.
The production held its first script read on July 5th, with leads Moon Chae-won andPark Shi-yeon playing his two love interests. I can’t wait to see Song Joong-ki play an asshole. He’s someone who can play that duality, despite seeming like he’s made of puppies and rainbows.
Nice Guy is the next project penned by writer Lee Kyung-hee of Will It Snow for Christmas, I’m Sorry I Love You and A Love to Kill. It stars Song Joong-ki as a man who gets brutally betrayed by Park Shi-yeon, and so decides to seek revenge. Because moving on is so passé. He comes across an amnesiac, Moon Chae-won, and decides to use her for his revenge scheme. It all sounds bad on paper, but we can expect some conflicted, layered characters and hopefully some pretty dark psychological stuff, unless they wimp out and make the nice guy nice, which would negate the title and make me sad.
Lee Kwang-soo will be joining his buddy Song Joong-ki as his best friend, a chaebol who constantly lets people take advantage of him, so I’m guessing Song Joong-ki will be using him to some degree as well. It’s just nice to see these two in a drama together, since they’re good friends in real life. Lee Yoo-bi (Vampire Idol) plays Song Joong-ki’s little sister, described as a girl who’s stupid for her oppa, as in loves him dearly and knows nothing else. She’ll eventually have a loveline with Lee Kwang-soo’s character.
Nice Guy follows Gakistal on Wednesday-Thursday, and with the extension, it’ll now get some extra lead time to prep and get more episodes in the can. It premieres September 5 on KBS.