save the banks

Imagine a scene in the upcoming Mary Poppins sequel where Emily Blunt as Mary is walking down the street, drenched in the rain. Having lost her umbrella, she is suddenly tapped on the shoulder and spins around to see Julie Andrews who says,

“Excuse me Miss, I believe you need this more than I do.”

and she hands her a new umbrella.
Like a cute little cameo and wink to the audience. Almost as if she’s passing on the torch.

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Favorite actress series | Emma Thompson: [On acting and appearance] “Acting simply cannot be about how you look. It would be very difficult to make a film where you have to be beautiful in every shot. You have to put so much effort into it; you have to hold your head at particular angles, put the light in a certain way and I don`t like acting like that. I like to act unconscious of how I look.” - Emma Thompson 

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I’m inappropriately in love. Congrats world, Tom Holland is here to save us. 🏆🕷🥊

If You’re Buying Lezhin Coins in English, You Need to Stop.

Bold title, I know, but honestly I just need to save as many people (or bank accounts) as possible because apparently not many people (that I know of) know this fact: You’ll get more coins if you buy it in the Korean version of the app. That’s right, I said it. So let me break this down to you.

(Since I currently live in Japan the prices are in yen but the concept is basically the same wherever you are so whatever)

If I use the English version of Lezhin app, the coin prices that would come up would be like this:

¥600 - 17 coins
¥1,200 - 36 coins + 10 points
¥2,400 - 75 coins + 30 points
¥3,600 - 115 coins + 50 points
¥6,000- 200 coins + 100 points
¥11,800 - 405 coins + 300 points
¥17,800 - 620 coins + 500 points

But, if I use the Korean version of the app, it would be like this:

¥480 - 23 coins 
¥1,200 - 65 coins
¥2,400 - 131 coins + 50 points
¥4,800 - 281 coins + 100 points
¥8,400 - 521 coins + 300 points
¥11,800 - 751 coins + 500 points

Wow, would you look at that… Isn’t that crazy? Just switch the language and BOOM, look at all the money that you can save (or could’ve saved, I’m sorry for your loss). And yes, you can use those coins to buy English chapters too. Honestly, the first time I knew about this, I felt so betrayed and robbed, but now I want to help as many people as possible to continue reading their favorite manhwas legally and supporting their favorite artists without breaking their bank. So please, reblog and spread this message, and just know, that we can make our bank accounts great again.