<b><p></b> <b>Jaehyun:</b> honey<p/><b>Mark:</b> lemonade w/the perfect balance of sweet and sour<p/><b>Taeyong:</b> crispy fried chicken<p/><b>Taeil:</b> triple scoop of cookie dough ice cream<p/><b>Doyoung:</b> chocolate chip cookies fresh out of the oven<p/><b>Winwin:</b> Hershey's kisses (bc it comes in small bites)<p/><b>Yuta:</b> popcorn with extra butter<p/><b>Johnny:</b> hot chocolate with marshmallows<p/><b>Donghyuck:</b> frozen yogurt<p/></p><p/></p>
Liu Wen and Sui He walked last year and this year they’ve added a third, Shu Pei. Yay! All three are gorgeous, high-fashion models but I’m really hoping they add more for next year (or make one an official angel). Here are who I think would make great VS bombshells:
This is probably one of the best k-drama proposals I ever
watched. There’s nothing grand with how Joon Hyung asked Bok Joo for marriage,
but there was sincerity–as perfectly seen in the way he looks at her– and security—yes, it’s with the promise of the ‘pension.’
For me, more than any material thing that comes with the
promise of marriage—such as the “ring”—nothing is as appealing with the
security of having someone to willing to take responsibility of you for the
rest of your lives.
And when you find your own “Jung Joon Hyung” who is willing
to take care of you with his lifetime pension, never let him go. You will be
rest assured that he will never let you go as well.
Sorry, I really have to expound this part of the ending. I just fell in love with it. | Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo Ep 16