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it’s in the stars
it’s been written in the scars on our hearts

Susin High School, nicknamed “Prison High,” is an elite school attended by the top 1% of students in the country. Their stellar marks are the result of constant pressure and a strict punishment system, to the point where students avoid any activities outside of studying. Seven students and a teacher stay at school over the winter break, and they are joined by a psychiatrist who is forced to take shelter with them after he is involved in a car accident nearby. At a time when everyone else is celebrating Christmas Eve, the students realize that the anonymous letters they each received were not the result of a harmless prank—there is a murderer in their midst. Are monsters born, or are they made? (x)

Welcome to the 2015 White Christmas (Re)Watch, also known as “A Merry Mad Mireu Christmas.” Want to participate in our scheduled explosion of fandom squeeing? Don’t know what this show is but want to learn more? Read on!

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“It’s been awhile, Go Namsoon.
Went to watch ‘The Face Reader’, and there is still 'No Breathing’ and 'Blood Boiling Youth’ to come.
Looking forward to your upcoming charismatic performances and cheering you on.
Jongsuk-ie hyung, happy birthday from my heart ♥”

[Cr: Kwak Jung Wook’s twitter 20130914]