choco abs~

First, thank you @aeinmaterial for tagging me is this challenge. I do love to participate in the community! That said, this was hell to figure out…..

According to the instructions, I picked my Top 10 biases (I choose to do it kdrama based only) and randomly pitted 2 against each other.

Here are the results:

Ji sung vs Park Seo-joon: The Oppa Love Fight!
Why choose when these two love each other as much I love them? They even won Best Couple (that’s right) for their awesome and hilarious performances in Heal Me, Kill Me (MBC) back in 2015.

Originally posted by 810118


Yoo Yeon Suk vs Seo In Guk: The Reply Showdown!

Fine, I will choose in this one… and I will have to go with Seo In guk. As much as I love Yoo Yeon-suk and his ever growing career, Seo In guk has a special place in my heart thanks to his boyish charm and killer three piece suit look.

Originally posted by irrational-obsessions-gottcha78


Jung Kyung ho vs Jung Il woo: The Heart Eye’s Dilemma!

GAH! As much I love Jung Il woo’s heart eyes when he’s on a romcom, I will choose Jung Kuyung ho. For starters, and from a career point of view, I like the choices Jung Kyung ho does much better than Il-woo’s, who I wish went for more diverse work in recent years.

That said, Jung Kyung ho also has an undeniable charm and amazing smile that will make the coldest heart melt. From mafia boss to single father and redeemed entertainer, he is a true chameleon!

Originally posted by dalpengi


Choi Siwon vs Nam Joo hyuk: The Choco-abs Dynasty!

How can I forget Choi Siwon and his surprisingly growing career as an actor that has proven he is more than just a pretty face or choco abs. And I can talk about this all night long, Siwon did good work in his two last kdramas. 

So, I’m picking Siwon over Nam Joo-hyuk, only for the reason that the latter is still new to the scene. But I have great hopes for Nam Joo-hyuk after his work in Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo, which was one of the best dramas of 2016.

Originally posted by oppaheol


Park Hyungsik vs Jo Jung suk: the Skilfull Oppa conundrum!

I have been following Jo Jung suk career and I always thought he was good, although it wasn’t until Jealousy Incarnate (2016) that he really won my heart. I also adore he loves working on musicals and jumps at any chance to dance.

But my hearts tells me is Park Hyungsik who I should be talking about because I love him. To pieces. AS AN ACTOR. Just to make things clear, I have never heard one song by ZE:A, but I have always been impressed by his acting skills even when he was relative new to the scene. I see a good future for him in Dramaland and I couldn’t be more excited about his first lead role in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon!

Originally posted by jeonggu


I SURVIVED!!! And now I pass on the challenge to @lavenderbyun @leeskyung @joowons @dingax and @gimme-a-chocolate. Have fun!

Okay so today I have 3 work stories:

1. I was sitting at the computer and picking music, and one of the kids comes up and starts throwing a hackey-sack at the back of my head. Like, okay bro, I don’t care, but I’m not a wall so maybe?? You could stop???

2. I was trying to draw Shinsou but I couldn’t find a good reference, and a bunch of kids came up and watched and asked questions about why I was drawing anime. So I responded with “What, is there a PROBLEM with me drawing anime??” And none of them responded, so we started talking about stuff like that.

3. Not long after that one of the boys hit me on the arm with his sketchbook so I gave him a Death Glare. He just stared at me with a look on his face like “oh shit.” I immediately started roasting him and he just kinda sat there like he just wasn’t prepared for life lmao.

So yeah, I like roasting small children at my work. Good day today!

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^@@^ [on Instagram][rain_oppa][backstage][thesquall] Well, all righty then, Big Daddy. Now we see how he gets those choco ABS and why that body is so tight at 34. He don’t need no stinkin’ exercise equipment! :D

WHO THE FUCK CARES IF JIMIN GOT NO ABS ANYMORE I FUCKING WANT HIM TO LOOK NORMAL AGAIN HE WAS KINDA CHUBBY AND HE LOOKED SO HUMAN AND I LIKED THAT FOR FUCKS SAKE HE’S SO SKINNY EVER SINCE THE DARK&WILD ERA I’D BE SO HAPPY IF HE ACTUALLY GAINS WEIGHT YOU DONT GO AROUND TELLING PEOPLE YOU’RE NOT STANNING JIMIN ANYMORE BECAUSE HIS CHOCO ABS HAVE MELTED AND HE HAS GAINED SOME FREAKING WEIGHT. JIMIN IS VERY SELF-CONSCIOUS OF HIS WEIGHT EVEN IF YOU’RE JUST JOKING AROUND PLEASE KNOW THAT MAKING SOMEONE FEEL INSECURE WAS AND WILL NEVER BE A JOKE. IF YOU STAN HIM FOR HIS ABS IT’S YOUR PROBLEM I DONT GIVE A DAMN BUT IF YOU SAY SHIT ABOUT HIM BY CALLING HIM FAT OR ANYTHING I’M GOING TO MCFREAKING LOSE IT. REMEMBER WHEN TAEHYUNG WAS SAD FOR DAYS BECAUSE OF K-NETIZENS?? NOW IMAGINE HOW SAD JIMIN WOULD FEEL IF THOSE HURTFUL WORDS COME FROM ARMYS. HIS OWN FANS THAT HE TRULY TREASURES. PLEASE NOTE THAT JIMIN IS A PRECIOUS AND TALENTED HUMAN BEING THAT CAN FUCKING DANCE AND SING AND HIT THOSE HIGH NOTES AND IF THOSE ABS ARE THE ONLY THING THAT YOU CARE ABOUT YOU SHOULD RETHINK YOUR LIFE DECISIONS bye

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Healer-ya, take me on your island with you. I’ll be your leopard!

“I have a dream. An island two and half hours from Panama by ferry boat. In the middle of the clear blue sea, the trees are lush, and there is a well of natural spring water. This… is my dream.” - SJH

I’ve finally found it - the kdrama that will own me in 2015. After a full week of just basking in the OTP awesomeness, I’ve finally started to gather and write down some coherent and intelligible thoughts about Healer.

You know I’ve always hoped for a second season of City Hunter. I knew it was a fool’s hope but after I watched the first two episodes of Healer, I suddenly began to get that tingly feeling I always had while watching CH and it’s not only because of PMY. As many have noted before, the show truly does give off a City Hunteresque vibe with its slick directing, comic-like quality, great OTP, gripping storytelling, which leaves you not knowing what will happen next but makes you satisfied with the result, and far more. Yet, it manages to be singular and awesome in its own rights, thanks to SJN’s distinctive writing and inspired acting. I feel like she wanted to write her own vigilante/superhero drama and she’s been inspired by stories like Superman, City Hunter (out of her love for LMH) and many others. In the end, she’s done it again and created yet again another unforgettable and thrilling story. I think the most appropriate word to describe the drama is satisfying because it leaves you thoroughly satisfied yet gasping for more. One of the most distict similarities in the storylines, besides the vigilante aspect, is for me the interconnection between the male characters - a man (JH’s Teacher) taking care of his friend’s son (JH) ,whose father (JS) was betrayed by a person he trusted (MS) , while the traitor’s close relative (MH) feels guilt and responsibility and he’s been trying to make amends. The question is if MH will become JH’s very own Prosecutor in all regards and if so, then whether we should prepare ourselves a Kleenex box for the end of episode 19.

I’m a huge sucker for damaged, tormented badasss heros with jaded devil-may-care attitude, so Jung Hoo basically represents all my fangirl fantasies coming true. I love that he isn’t your typical kdrama heroic male lead - he is no hero, he has no selfless reasons for becoming a night courier - it is nothing so lofty as a blood debt or world peace or greater good but a means to an end for him. On the other hand, it’s great to see him as a passive antihero kind of character, because then it becomes such a treat to watch his gradual development as he becomes proactive, finds his own way and purpose in life and starts to make his own fate.

JH is such a maverick and a recluse - the things he wants the most are his own deserted island, a yacht and a leopard. On one hand, he is a pragmatist, while on the other a wild dreamer. He is young, handsome, strong and rich, yet the only thing he wants in his life is to be left alone. That’s how huge and deeply-rooted his fear of abandonment is; his childhood scars remain as painful today as they were 20 years ago. I find I can’t really blame him for wanting to spare himself all the pain after being abandoned by so many people in his life; by people who should have loved him and cared for him the most (his father died, his mother left him for another man and son, his grandmother died as well and finally by his Teacher). It’s no wonder he wants to leave to a place where there are no people, where there is no one who can abandon him again. He’s been also avoiding any emotional attachment for that reason, which reminds me of DMJ in YWCFTS. Their philosophy is simple and effective: “Never get close to anyone and you’ll never get hurt by anyone.” Yet, it’s also very lonely and bleak one. It’s not because they are cold or unfeeling. On the contrary, it’s because they feel too much, they love too much and can’t let go it. Yet, he runs to save his Minion and always tells her to drive carefully. Even though, he does his job purely out of mercenary reason, he has his own strict code of ethics which involves no killing or bodily harm. All these discrepancies make him so intriguing and fascinating.

JCW is the perfect choice for Healer. Not only is he drop-dead gorgeous and dreamy and physically perfect for the role (those impossibly broad shoulders and CHOCO ABS!!!), but he has such amazingly expressive eyes. He gives the character hidden depths, the aura of mystery and of an ever-present deep, haunting sadness. JH’s loneliness is never more palpable than when he is home and JCW’s acting makes it so heartwrenching. In his vast bachelor lair he looks like the loneliest person on earth. It feels symbolic that he doesn’t live in a house or an apartment but an ABANDONED BUILDING.