jung soo young


Everyone has a youth. A time that’s more beautiful because it’s awkward and clumsy, a time that shines brilliantly. A time when you’re not afraid of anything because you have nothing to lose, and a time when you’re excited because you can have anything, everything. That’s now, age 24, my youth. Although I’m still uneasy and nervous, I’m perfect without needing anything else.

  • Eun Jae: looks like a cinnamon roll, could actually kill you
  • Ye Eun: looks like a cinnamon roll, is actually a cinnamon roll
  • Jin Myung: looks like she could kill you, is actually a cinnamon roll
  • Yi Na: looks like she could kill you, could actually kill you
  • Ji Won: wants to be a sinnamon roll
I’ve got a thing for models, 2015

saucy namjas divided per agency ^^


-Shon Minho, beside being super hot, his smile is freaking adorable ♥

-Nam Yoon Soo, ‘97 liner, the youngest in this agency, cute and fluffy model

-Jung Dohyun, new model of the angency, he’s super cool isn’t he?

YGK+, in the past kplus, but they have a partnership with YG since 2014

-Byun Woo Seok, super damn hot with killer smile

-Choo Sung Hoon, aka Sarang daddy

-Jang Ki Yong, I know this face 2k15, aka third wheel in We broke up

-Nam Joo Hyuk, to me he resembles Baro… just sayin’ d (^‿^✿)

-Park Hyeong Seop, proud baby Dumbo ♥

Model turned actors aka ‘I dunno what agency they belongs to but they deserve to be on this list’ (☞゚∀゚)☞

-Bang Sung Joon, don’t worry, I haven’t forget about you sir

-Kim Young Kwang, sweet gummy smile

-Song Jae Rim, faboulous

-Lee Soo Hyuk, extremely hot *I dunno… what more can I say* 

-Lee Hyeon Jae, purrfect drummer in Shut up flower boyband *one of the reasons to watch that drama lol*

-Lee Jae Joon, JOONJAE~ ヽ(´∇´)ノ (∇´ノ) ヽ(   )ノ (ヽ´∇) ヽ(´∇`)ノ


Bye for now  ˵ ⊚ ◡ ⊚ ˵ 

-admin M

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo Episode 15

I think we have all been waiting for this episode, where Joon-hyun finally speaks out about his feelings regarding the fake postcards and his biological mother’s abandonment.

I think the episode delivered, although I find bio-Mom’s excuses weak and outright disrespectful to Joon-hyun’s feelings. The firsts few scenes with her were painful to watch, he was so quiet and shy, like he had turn into the little introverted child he once was. I understand there was a lot going on inside him, so he couldn’t find the right words or actions but, at the same time, all this made me think his bio-mother made the right choice to leave him with his uncle, aunt and cousin. I felt he was conflicted more than happy.

The real angst, though, came because his mother didn’t even comeback to see him, she did it to find help for her other child, so from the very beginning we know where her priorities are. Problem is that once again his family choose to feed him flowery lies and half-truths. I’m happy Joon-hyun didn’t stay silent because he is a mature, happy and well-adjusted young adult, and it’s time his family starts to treat him like one. His fight with his mother was heart wrenching but needed because only anger would make him say out loud all of those fears he has been bottling up.

Joon-hyun’s disappearing act was surprising, not because he needed to take a break from his family but because he didn’t call Bok-joo. I was sure that when this happened he would reach out to her immediately, but at the end no matter how much you love someone, sometimes you just need time to process thing. Alone. In the state he left his house, now I see, he wouldn’t have been able to articulate what was happening inside him properly.

I’m proud of Joon-hyun today. He has always being an incredibly endearing, fun and insightful leading man, but today he took humongous steps into becoming an adult who is in charge of his life. At the end, it didn’t matter to him what reason his bio-mother had to comeback, what was important was that he has a family with whom he can feel loved and protected, a home to go back to. And that’s what matters. His mother, like those shoes she gave him, don’t fit into his life. So, by giving back his mother’s handkerchief, he let her go and said goodbye to that little shy and sad boy.

Bok-joo went on a little journey of her own too. The entire situation that Joon-hyun was going through, made her rethink where her priorities are. Weightlifting is still an important part of her life but she also realized how essential Joon-hyun has been in order for Bok-joo to be able to achieve her dreams. This is why I love this show, because Bok-joo and Joon-hyun are best friends before anything else. When he needed her, she did everything in her power to find him and support him through his bad times. And also knock some senses into his head.

As much this episode resolved Joon-hyun’s trauma and family problems, it was also a testament to their relationship. That tacit honesty, respect and love that made them come together, today it was strengthen in a way that makes you (and them) realize this is no puppy love. I can say with confidence that whatever happens in the future, Bok-joo and Joon-hyun are for the long, long run.

Kudos to you, show. It’s amazing what a beautiful relationship you have developed in 15 episodes and I’m looking forward to see what will happen next.

On a lighter note, uncle Dae-ho seems to have found his better half too. GOOD. I like this girl way better for him than Coach Choi. Speaking of which, are Professor Yoon and Coach together now? It seems like it.

Bok-joo made it to the National Team! (YOU GO GIRL). The surprise party scene was another great moment for all our characters, it’s like the actors casted in the show are comedy gold when they are all together in the same room.

But this also means Bok-joo is moving to Taereung for training. Sadly, Joon-hyun didn’t qualify this time, so they will have to do long-distance for a little while. No worry, like I said before they are together and will remain together for long time.

What does worry me is Dad’s disease. I know this is a cheerful show so nothing bad will happen but I have grow very fond of all these characters and hate to see them suffering.

I can’t believe Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo will be ending next week. I’m going to miss this show dearly, not only because it’s my sweet and happy place but also because I have been pleasantly surprised week after week with the strong storyline and character development. Not to mention the constant stereotype breaking and lack of troupes. This kdrama is a true beauty.

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Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo Episode 12

Ohmygosh, can this show get any cuter or better? The answer is yes! It can and it does every single week with new character development and storylines coming together. I’m high on today’s episode and y’all know why, but let’s go slow. *fangirl squeal*

If yesterday was full of romance, today was definitely more on the bittersweet side. Jae-yi had to finally let go of his first love, who apparently left him for another man, and in the process he destroyed the one good relationship he had going on. It was high time Dr. Go confessed her feelings for Jae-yi and I understand her disappointment, but wasn’t she the one who put herself in this situation? It was her choice to wait around for 10 years to see if he liked her too, so I really don’t understand why is she taking her anger on him. Okay, fine, I do get it but I think she’s misplacing it by blaming him for not even considering her. Maybe with this new information and a time off between them, Jae-yi will appreciate their relationship in another light. They do say the distance makes the heart grow fonder.

What about awesome uncle Dae-ho and his crush on coach Choi? He is so sweet and funny, I really want him to win her over. He already got her sister’s approval. Heee! But, why doesn’t she like him? Is she still hang up on Coach Yoon? Come on! Not only he is married, he has never show any interest other than friendship. I understand that the heart wants what it wants but I can’t help feel that she’s holding on to the idea of love instead of actually going for it. I think that like best pupil, Coach Choi too has a little growing up to do in regards to the matters of the heart.

Then, we got Shi-ho. I have been waiting for the moment where she finally breaks. It was inevitable with the way she takes care of herself, in the sense that she doesn’t. She has performed in competitions and training without eating, sleeping and even injured; and this is only the tip of the iceberg. She refuses to find any kind of emotional support in her teammates or coach, and even when Bok-joo worries about her -because she can see first hand what she’s doing by being her roommate- she pushes her away. Granted, Shi-ho is jealous of Bok-joo, not only because of Joon-hyun’s affection but also because of the support system around her. But Shi-ho really needs to reach out to someone. Yesterday if possible. How many sleeping pills did she take? Does it even matter when she’s clearly in a state of mind where she thinks it’s a good idea to take more than one or two at the same time?

Another person who has it difficult this week is Sun-ok, who we knew had it rough growing up because she didn’t like the idea of her parents owning a motel. At the time she confessed it, I understood it and thought that for a young person it could be difficult but, at least, it was honest work. But now I see her problems are deeper since her family doesn’t support her in any way for her to achieve her dream. And that’s gotta be hard. Parents who only chastised you for doing what you love. Sun-ok is trying to make a different life than the one she comes from, through hard work, and it breaks my heart that she might have to give up. I hope next week we get to see her back in University!

I’m also happy it was mostly Sun-ok’s story the one that made Bok-joo think what weightlifting means to her.

Dad’s disease was bound to take a bad turn at some point and it was incredibly touching to see how much love he has for this daughter, but I would have been disappointed and emotionally manipulated if Bok-joo returned to weightlifting only because she felt guilty. But this show never disappoints and, by mixing the three storylines, Bok-joo’s return feels natural. Like she was ready and what happened, to Dad and Sun-ok, it was the last push she needed to make a decision. I’m glad she is back to feeling like herself, maybe not the same as before since she did a lot of growing up through these experiences, but her slump is over. Now she can feel proud and happy about her chosen profession and herself again.

The amusement park date was both adorable and hilarious. “Did it make your heart flutter?”, asked Joon-hyun to shy and silent Bok-jo, while I was yelling: “YES, DAMN YOU! THE CUTE. IT HURTS”. Every minute had me squealing over these two.

Bok-joo got to see Joon-hyun in a new light altogether, since their interactions weren’t all that different from before, but they sure came about from a different approach. And it’s all thanks to Joon-hyun’s candidness towards her, he didn’t hide nor lie for one minute about his intentions to woo or swept Bok-joo off her feet. I knew he was going to be straightforward but I wasn’t expecting playful, mischievous and endearing all at the same time.

I also appreciate how the show made Bok-joo realize she’s in love with Joon-hyun at her own pace. Very much like his own realization about their relationship, it wasn’t forced, it was just the clear answer. One that it wasn’t all that hard for either of them to figure out.

These two have been a couple for such a long time that you really have to see it to appreciate how their relationship is built on mutual respect, friendship, honesty and love. There’s a tacit understanding of each other and between each other.

And what about that final scene? *squeals* He goes for the peck, she takes the initiative, twice!, I’m screaming, and Joon-hyun sees the green light for a full on make out session. Tenderly, lovingly, knowingly… because this is it.


Favourite KDRAMAS:

1. Goblin
2. Kill me Heal me
3. Healer
4. Age Of Youth
5. Master’s Sun
6. Moon Lovers : Scarlet Heart
7. I Hear Your Voice
8. W-Two Worlds
9. Reply 1997
10. I Miss You


Store clerk: You’re buying a bag for your nephew. You must be such a nice aunt.

Soo Young: I’m not his auntie…

Store clerk: Oh, I’m sorry. You’re his noona, right?

Soo Young: I’m not his noona either!

Store clerk: Then what….? Then, is she your mother?

Min Seok: Noona. Auntie!

Soo Young: Let’s go, Oppa!

Store clerk: *mouths* Oppa?

Min Seok: Girlfriend

Hahahahaha! Poor Soo Young. This scene had my stomach in stitches.

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo Episode 14

Oh, show, how I love you thee? Let me count the ways.

First, thank you for giving us what all other kdramas have failed to deliver most of the time: solid cheerful time between the leads before the laws of Dramaland bring imminent doom upon them. And let’s get this straight: the drama coming tomorrow won’t affect the relationship between Bok-joo and Joon-hyun in a negative way, on the contrary, I believe it will strength it. If that’s possible, which now I am thinking that yes, because this is the last personal hurdle they have go through and it’s been looming over us since the very begging of the show. After all, Joon-hyun and Bok-joo reunited thanks to a sausage, his mother’s handkerchief and an incident with the school’s perv. So, yeah, this dramas was bound to happen sooner or later.

And thank you, show, for starting the episode admitting that Joon-hyun hasn’t been working much on himself and his trauma lately. I thought you did it in a very nice way through his therapist and gave you the chance to set everything up for the last arc on the story. Now, Joon-hyung will have the chance to finish his unresolved issues with his family, and perhaps get over his slump and achieve his dreams to make it into the national team.

But I’m getting ahead of myself, since all this will be developed tomorrow, and today was about good old, cheesy happiness.

I thought that Bok-joo should have made things clear with her friends since the beginning because she’s not fooling anyone. This couple is joined at the hip and I’m surprised that Dad nor her friends realized it was them going around the school campus kissing, hugging and snuggling. I mean, have you seen other two people as tall as them in this show? It’s hard to miss them.

It was worth it, though, because we got one of the most hilarious scenes in the show when Joon-hyun got busted at a blind date (that he didn’t want to be in) by Bok-joo, who ended losing it and announcing to the four winds he was taken. By her. Everyone stopped eating. Yes, that’s how shocked they all were. They stopped eating.

Which of course took us to a interrogatory from their friends who wanted answers and “celebratory dinner” to with the happy couple the best. Joon-jyun is now temporarily bankrupt, I’m afraid. Pffft! And who awesome was it when he yelled at everyone who could hear how gorgeous his girl was?

On the other hand, while Bok-joo and Joon-hyun remain the heart of the show, it was the other characters who shinned the most today.

Starting with Shi-ho. I wasn’t expecting at all that she would give up on the competition halfway through, it’s not like her to do so, but I understand why she did it. At the Lucky Toad’s House she wished for a competition without regrets, something she hasn’t experience for a long time, and finding out her coach was influencing the jury, in order for Shi-ho to win, felt wrong for her. If the competition was rigged, than she could have done a mediocre performance from the start and not put herself through all the pain. The emotional unbalance and depression, the eating disorders, the pressure put on her family to afford her studies, everything they went through felt unnecessary at that moment.

I honestly don’t know what will she do now, will she go back to gymnastics? Start from zero with other coach? Perhaps try another angle? Or will she give up the sport altogether? Shi-ho has made incredible progress through the show and I’m looking forward to see what will be her next step.

Second, we have the relationship between Jae-yi and Ah-young. I’m still trying to figure out what’s happening here but I’m sure of one thing: they are the complete opposite of Bok-joo and Joon-hyun.

To start with, Jae-yi seems to be trying too hard. At what? I don’t know. I’m not sure if he’s trying to convince himself that he likes Ah-young, because on paper they make sense, or if he really does like her. If it’s the first, which I don’t since he seems mature enough to know better, he should stop it because it’s only making Ah-young feel pitied and pathetic. If it’s the second, then he needs to make his feelings more clear because he’s really not getting through. It’s no wonder she choose to go back to her hometown in order to put space between them. She absolutely thinks he’s forcing himself to like her.

And speaking of which, Coach Yoon is divorced? I thought I saw him wearing a wedding band, what? Whatever, if he is divorced and has feelings for Coach Choi, go for it. She has been pinning over him for years and it was time he got a clue. My only reservation it’s uncle Dae-ho, who is incredibly sincere towards Coach Choi, and today he got his heart broken. I know you can’t force someone to like you, but it breaks my heart to see him sad. I’m really hoping that by the end of the show I can see him happy and thriving.

The preview for tomorrow’s episode seem to hint that Joon-hyun’s mother came back for other reasons than to see her son, and she certainly gave away that feeling in her scenes with his uncle and aunt. Question is why now and what’s the reason? Whatever it is, it will break Joon-hyun’s heart. Thank God he has his best friend and girlfriend at his side to get through it.

Honorable mention to the scene in her room. You thought I forgot it, didn’t you? Joon-hyun trying to sneak in a là Romeo and Bok-joo in hiding thanks to a pimple was hilarious, but that charged moment between them when she gave him the green light made my fangirl heart squeal. Heeeee! Too bad her friends came at the wrong moment.

Originally posted by mile130