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Hi hi!(: this counts as a request, but these little blurb questions aren’t closed!! Bear with me anonnie, it’s almost 3 in the morning but I will be happy to try my best to do this for you ~

Ji Ho||Zico: Don’t ask why, but I feel like he’s innocent as hell!! He would be really shy in bed, very careful with all of his moves, afraid of making a mistake! His thrusts would be slow and gentle, his hands soft but shaky as he caresses your face. I could see him sometimes asking you to take lead during intimate moments just until he gets the hang of everything himself. If you both were innocent and/or inexperienced, I feel like he’d lightheartedly laugh at his/your mistakes and pepper your face with kisses to make awkward times less awkward.

Tae Il||Taeil: Same as Zico!! I feel Taeil would be shy and hesitant with all of his advances, eyes flickering to yours to double check every little thing. He’s a bit insecure about himself, so sex with maybe a blanket or sheet over you both would make him feel a little more comfortable. He be really gentle and ask ‘this is okay right?’ every five seconds. You’d have to kiss him to shut him up.

Kyung: This cutie would be fun and loving in bed. He’d want to make your time together the most pleasurable for the both of you, trying to find ways to mix together both of your favorite things. He’d be the most open about a lot of kinks I feel, whatever you’re into he’s willing to try! He’d be talkative, telling you how much he loves you, loves your body, asking you if you felt as good as he did and letting you know just what your noises do to him!

Min Hyuk||B-Bomb: Passionate! That’s one word to describe how he’d be. Loving and caring with slow but deep thrusts into you. He might let a giggle or two slip, but be back to kissing your neck and bruising your skin with his teeth within seconds. He’d be really into the close type of positions, ones where there’s no space between your bodies, where he can hug you close and pant heavily.

Ji Hoon||P.O.: He’s the teaser in the group. No f***ing doubt about it. He’d either have your wrists tied up, or held tightly between his fingers so you were helpless as he kissed you. He’d kiss every inch of your body, lightly and slowly, keeping his eyes locked with yours. His fingers would languidly pump in and out of you, curling and uncurling. He would grind instead of thrust, keeping his hips flush to yours and moving in small circles to reach spots deep inside of you. He’d smirk when you’d squirm, whine, and whimper, begging him for more.

Jaehyo: He’s the kind of guy to be cocky as hell in bed but also be sweet at the same time. He knows he’s doing good, knows he’s the only one who can fuck you like he can and make your back arch as high as it does, but he’ll ask you anyway. 'How am I doing baby girl?’ and 'This feels good doesn’t it?’ Just question after question while his hips move fast, sending you into another world.

Yu Kwon||U-Kwon: U-Kwon would be so awkward and dorky oh my god. He’d be a giggler, much like Zico and B-Bomb, not wanting to make anything too serious and have you grow uncomfortable. His thrusts would be unsure and his chin would forever be tucked to his chest, watching himself so he doesn’t mess up. Once, he might quietly ask you if it feels okay, or if he should try something else, without really knowing what else to try. I feel like he’d hide his face during orgasm, not wanting you to see him as his face scrunched up and he softly moans into your shoulder with his release.


Sorry if this is shitty baby, I’m just really tired. Like I mentioned earlier, it’s actually passed 3 in the morning now. Btw got hella carried away with U-Kwon 😁😁 sorry(not sorry). But omg I would take all of these boys any day please. Thanks for the request sweetie! ~

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo Review: Episode 16 (Finale)

That was the most perfect ending to the most perfect drama. Major congratulations to the actors, staff, and crew for portraying such a wonderful story in such an organic way. Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo may have been one of the most underrated dramas of 2016-2017, but it was honestly one of the few dramas I’ve wholeheartedly enjoyed from beginning to end.

This drama perfectly described the growing pains of youth. It taught us to value our friends and our relationships with our teachers, showed us that it’s okay drop everything and put yourself first, to treasure our parents, and to ask for and receive help from others. We saw the all the innocence and insecurities that come with finding your first love, saw how your friends can be there through thick and thin, and how easily and naturally you can fall for your best friend. It was a classic coming-of-age drama and I can’t rave about it enough.

Bok Joo/Joon Hyung: Look how far they’ve come! Bok Joo went from juggling her passion for weightlifting, falling in love for the first time, and being concerned about her femininity to joining the national team and winning, getting a (handsome) boyfriend, and learning that you can be feminine and a weightlifter. Joon Hyung (aka the most perfect kdrama guy to ever exist) went from battling his trauma and his relationship with his mother to overcoming them and falling for his best friend and making the national team. And he did it all with a smile on his face. The fact they talked about getting married at the end made me squeal, how adorable. I’ve laughed more than cried with these two and this couple and the word “chubs” will definitely hold a special place in my heart. 💞  Major props to Nam Joo Hyuk and Lee Sung Kyung for a fantastic performance; I honestly think the fact that they’re so close in real life played a huge role in how natural their chemistry was on screen—especially in regards to the skinship.

Secondary Characters: For me, the secondary characters can sometimes make or break a drama. The parents/uncle (Bok Joo and Joon Hyung’s), Nan Hee, Seon Ok, Tae Kwon, Shi Ho, Bok Joo’s coaches, Jae Yi and even Dr. Go, they were all such good characters. They all had such good and unique personalities and I enjoyed their antics and screen-time so much (especially Nan Hee, Seon OK and Tae Kwon)! It’s so rare to find a drama in which you enjoy nearly all the characters. And I know that Shi Ho was rough at first, but she wasn’t an a bad character; I quite liked her. They did so well in acknowledging mental health issues and how to seek help with her storyline. Also, I loved that Seon Ok and Tae Kwon were being all flirty at the end, I shipped it haha.

Pros: The writing is on point and the actors gave brilliant performances. The themes of friendship, youth, athleticism, and love (romantic and familial) are ever-present and portrayed realistically. The drama is not afraid to discuss mental illness and how one can approach getting help in a healthy way. It balances romance, comedy, and friendship perfectly; if I have to grade this drama, it’d be an A+.

Con: Hiring a model to portray a weightlifter in a drama based on an Olympic gold-medalist who looks nothing like her in body shape or size wasn’t appropriate, but it honestly didn’t bother me at all after the first episode because I think Lee Sung Kyung did brilliantly in this role. Plot wise, I don’t get why they rushed through Joon Hyung’s trauma and the back story of his relationship with his birth mother. I thought that they could have expanded on that a little bit more. Also, I thought it was kinda awkward that Coach Choi ended up with Professor Yoon and not Bok Joo’s uncle. Other than these very minor and inconsequential complaints, I thought this drama was perfect.

Drop an ask if you wanna discuss. I’ll definitely miss this drama.                              (Reviews Episode: 1, 2, 3 ,4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 , 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 )

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.” -Kim Bok Joo