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Top 10 KDrama Actors Rated By Prettiness According To Me For Your Aesthetic Pleasure

(+ GIFs of them smiling because all the modelling in the world can’t be more beautiful than their smiles)

10. Nam Joo Hyuk (Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo, Bride of the Water God)

Originally posted by defbeoms

9. Ok Taecyeon (Let’s Fight, Ghost!, Who Are You, Dream High)

Originally posted by irrational-obsessions-gottcha78

8. Kim Min Jae (The Best Hit, Twenty Again, Goblin)

Originally posted by irrational-obsessions-gottcha78

7. Seo In Guk (Reply 1997, Shopaholic King Louis, Master’s Sun)

Originally posted by nabongsun

6. Ji Chang Wook (Healer, Suspicious Partner, The K2)

Originally posted by jominja

5. Lee Jong Suk (W: Two Worlds, Pinocchio, I Hear Your Voice)

Originally posted by loverkoreanasian

4. Seo Kang Joon (Cheese In The Trap, Cunning Single Lady, Entourage)

Originally posted by secondleadclub

3. Choi Si Won (She Was Pretty, The King of Dramas, Oh! My Lady)

Originally posted by irrational-obsessions-gottcha78

2. Choi Minho (To The Beautiful You, Hwarang, Medical Top Team

Originally posted by starnightingle

1. Park Hyungsik (Strong Woman Do Bong Soon, Hwarang, High Society)

Originally posted by kookjunsu


“Me? I’m Baek Joon. An alpha girl surviving in the 21st century of Hell Joseon. No, no… I’m a part-time girl. Working part-time can be a career too. Working three part-time jobs can get you an income of a full-time job. You say I should find a stable job while I’m still young? Do you know that one must spend tens of millions of won to build up a good resume?”

anonymous asked:

What do you think of Choi Siwon's dog biting scandal? Some outlets are saying it's affecting viewership for Revolutionary Love... I feel so bad for the victim's family and I'm not sure I can watch in good conscience...

I did see something about this on my dash. The headline struck me as so bizarre that I couldn’t help but read it even though I usually try to avoid celebrity gossip as much as possible.

I repeat: This isn’t a celebrity gossip blog. I really try to avoid being too curious about the personal lives of actors and idols as much as possible. The reasons for this are a) for the most part I feel that as a society we tend to obsess over things that are not our business and b) it rarely enhances my viewing experience in any way.

All that being said, I suspected I might get an ask about this and since I was rather vocally anticipating this drama and have really enjoyed some of Siwon’s previous work. I went ahead and read up a little bit on the subject and I think it’s only appropriate that I give you my honest opinion.

While it is extremely sad that due to this incident a woman lost her life, and I truly feel for her family members in their grief, I must admit I’m having a hard time wrapping my head around the outrage directed at Siwon specifically. From my understanding, the neighbor the dog bit, died from a secondary infection and complications from the dog bite. It’s not as though Siwon’s French Bulldog mauled a person to death while he watched. I’m having a hard time categorizing this incident as anything other than a tragic, freak accident.

From what I know the dog, at the time, was walking with Siwon’s father when it bit the victim. Unless I’m misinformed, Siwon wasn’t even there at the time. The event doesn’t seem in any way malicious. At worst, we have a case of negligence on the part of his father who didn’t have the dog on the leash. And I don’t want to minimize the family’s liability in the matter. Clearly they are the ones ultimately at fault, but to place the blame all directly on Siwon and say his drama should be cancelled or boycotted or that he should be removed, doesn’t make any sense to me. The intent, not just the result, matters to me. At worst he is guilty by association, tangentially responsible only as a member of the household in which the dog was raised.

Now, he has apologized and stated that he feels responsible, since it is his dog. That only stands to reason. I mean, he’s a human being, it’s his pet who he clearly has some emotional investment in, and someone died because of that pet. Of course he feels responsible, as anyone would in that situation. But does that make this a cause for public outcry? I just don’t think so. The family of the victim has publicly forgiven the Choi family, said they don’t want reparations and they don’t want to take legal action.

But of course the netz still want blood, because that’s what they do.

The biggest complaint I’ve seen is that Siwon’s apology is too little, too late. To which all I have to say is: if the victim’s family isn’t interested in taking this any further how does this matter concern the public at all? And hey, maybe I’m totally out to lunch here. Maybe there’s something super sleazy going on behind the scenes that I’m not aware of, which casts the whole situation in a differently light. I just don’t know, and unless you’re one of the parties involved then you don’t either.

That’s the thing I hate about gossip. It’s 80% speculation, 20% assuming the worst.

As to whether you can watch Revolutionary Love with a clear conscience based on what you know, or don’t know as the case may be, only you can make that decision. I would never press anyone to do something that offends their spirit. If it makes you uncomfortable, drop the show. If you choose to drop because of this, I harbor absolutely no ill will toward you.

For my part, it’s not going to affect my decision to watch one way or the other. The one and only reason I’d drop RL is because it’s not a very good show and the cast can’t save it for me. That’s ultimately the only thing that matters to me. The final product that makes it to my screen and whether it makes me happy or not. And I think everyone should be free to make their own choice in that regard.





I finally gathered all of your votes and HERE ARE THE FINAL RESULTS~ Also SURPRISE WITH THE TWO BONUS CHARACTERS featuring Pidge’s family! <3 Bet you didn’t see that coming. XD

Anyway! I especially thank for those who helped and suggested more actors and I really appreciate it! <3

If you haven’t seen other choices of each Voltron characters, GO HERE!

Fan casting is a lot of fun! Maybe I’ll try it with the villains someday LOLLOL.

me at school: “when I get home, im catching up on all my work and finishing assignments" 

 me as soon as I get home:

Completed Kdramas.

Kdramas I’ve completed *In order of how I watched them!* and how I rate me up about ANY drama listed, or recommend more! :) **SOME CONTAIN SLIGHT SPOILERS!**

1. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon– 10/10 **This was my introduction to the amazing world of kdrama, and oh boy did it hook me!! The chemistry between Bo Young and Hyung Sik will forever be etched into my brain!

2. The Heirs– 8/10 **The most compelling thing in this show for me was Kim Woo Bin.  This was my first intro to second male lead syndrome.

3. Hwarang– 7/10 **Not gonna lie, started this because of Kim Taehyung, and happily finished it because the drama brought more than I expected.  It was slow in places, but wrapped up well.

4. High Society– 5/10 ** Not my cup of tea to be honest…I much preferred the second leads’ relationship over the first leads’.  Even Park Hyungsik wasn’t enough to keep me enthralled…this was a drama I completed just to get it over with.

5. Oh My Ghostess– 10/10. PARK BO YOUNG IS DAEBAK! I seriously love this woman…she was able to portray two distinct personality types, sometimes nearly simultaneously. Also, Jo Jung-suk as Chef Kang made my heart race!

6. Healer– 9/10 ** This would have gotten a ten had they wrapped up the loose ends a little better, alas, they did not…Also, this was my introduction to Ji Chang Wook.  His character is just amazing and JCW depicts him so well!

7. Emergency Couple– 10/10 **This is still one of my favorites.  I liked the progression between Chang Min and Jin Hee, and how it wasn’t an immediate reconciliation when they met back up.  They both had themselves to find and were mature (most of the time) about giving eachother the space needed to make it work.

8. Weight-lifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo– 10/10. **I loved everything about this drama. The story line, the actors, the chemistry between the leads, and I really loved Ji Il-joo as Joo-hyuk’s best friend :)

9. She Was Pretty 7/10 ** CHOI SI-WON!!! Kim Shin Hyeok is my favorite character in all of dramaland…unfortunately he was second male lead, and my favorite part about the drama.  All of the actors portrayed their characters well, I just didn’t connect with many of them throughout the whole show.

10. Fated to Love You 8/10 ** There were times when Gun was literally too much to handle..Also, episode 12 made me take a break from kdramas for a while and reflect on my life choice to become addicted to something like kdramas.  Before this episode I realized that I really was spoiled in the shows I watched not having scenes that literally made my heart feel constricted the way this one did.

11. To the Beautiful You– 7/10 ** I liked the show overall, but thought that Sulli would never pass as a male… to me she still screamed female while dressed and living as a male. Kang Ha-Neul was the shinning point for me :)

12. Angel Eyes– 7/10 ** KANG HA-NEUL! :)  The show was predictable at times which made it kind of drag on in places, and the female lead was frustrating af, but I enjoyed it overall.  Although the teenage years were only in a few episodes (and then some flashbacks) I think the pairing was much more endearing than the adults.  I also really liked the chemistry between Kang Ha-nuel and Name Ji-Hyun

13. Doctors– 6/10** Not my cup of tea….Park Shin Hye was great, but it was kind of boring to me..The guest starring of Ji Soo was nice though :)

14. Shopping King Louie– 9/10. I LOVED this drama.  I thought the character of Louie was endearing in how he didn’t understand much of the outside world (being rich and all) and relied on Bok-Shil to basically survive. Again, loved Nam Ji-Hyun in this.

15. Pinocchio– 8/10 **HELLO LEE JONG-SUK! :) My favorite thing, other than watching the evolution of the leads’ relationship was watching the relationship between Dal-po and his brother, Jae-Myung.  I think the character development of Jae-Myung felt the most real to me.  How circumstances turned him into a killer and how he handled the aftermath of that, letting Dal-po settle things legally.

16. W (Two Worlds)– 8/10 **Back to back Lee Jong-Suk.  I liked the complexities of this drama. There were times when I really wasn’t sure what was coming next and the suspense kept me returning to my computer as soon as possible to finish it!

17. Marriage, Not Dating– 8/10 **Not gonna lie, the more I watching this, the more I WANTED To hate it, but I didn’t.  I’m not sure why I wanted to…I think it became semi predictable and some of the characters were hard pills to swallow, but damnit I was rooting so hard for Gi-tae and Jang-mi until the very end.

18. Love From Another Star 10/10 ** Let me count the ways…This was so endearing, and funny, and melancholic, and in places, SO FUCKING SAD. I will happily admit I cried, and when I inevitably watch it again, I’ll cry again.