wu di

I know this won’t ever happen again, but you can’t deny that KrisHo wasn’t cute af. ❤

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The Scone Tragedy

- @carryon-countdown 3 Dec 2016 Crack AU -

bas stops mekin out n asks semun to get sconez

he dus 

den bas teks deep breff den baz sais “bf, i am vampur,,. will u stay ma bf??!11”

n semun seys “NO”

bas iz hertbrokn <///3

bas creyd n runz awaii from semun wiffout eatn sconez n he has low blood suga so he fols

semun runs ova 2 hem

HE DED

semun cri “i sed i no b ur bf…

…cus i wona b ur husband!”

he screems n frows sconez @ wol

a bootiful diamon ring wus insyd…

***LYK DIS IF U CRY EVERTIM***

Boys Over Flowers

Acteurs principaux: 

  • Lee Min Ho  : Gu Jun Pyo
  • Ku Hye Sun : Geum Jan Di
  • Kim Hyun Joong : Yun Ji Hu
  • Kim Beom : So Yi Jeong
  • Kim Joon [T-Max] : Song Wu Bin

Synopsis:

Geum Jan Di est une adolescente comme les autres, issue d'une famille modeste. Elle passe la plupart de son temps libre à aider ses parents dans la blanchisserie familiale. Cette dernière est située non loin du riche et réputé Shin Hwa College, établissement rassemblant la plupart des gosses de riches de Corée du Sud.

Alors qu'elle va livrer une pile de linge propre à Shin Hwa, Jan Di va sauver la vie d'un des élèves souhaitant en finir. L'établissement étant très huppé, il ne faut pas beaucoup de temps pour que sa photo paraisse dans les journaux et à la télévision. La jeune femme va comprendre toute la complexité du système de Shin Hwa. Commence alors une course contre la montre pour éviter les journalistes. De retour chez elle, Jan Di tombe des nues : suite à son action “héroïque”, la présidente de l'école lui offre la possibilité d'intégrer l'établissement. Poussée par ses parents, elle n'a d'autre choix que d'accepter.

Là bas, Jan Di fera plus ample connaissance avec le F4 (Flower Four), groupe de quatre jeunes hommes, les quatre fils des plus grosses fortunes sud-coréennes : Song Wu Bin, So Yi Jeong, Yun Ji Hu et Gu Jun Pyo à sa tête. Les membres du F4 représentent l'élite, aucune remarque ne doit leur être adressée. Ils ont même le droit de ne pas porter l'uniforme scolaire réglementaire. Ils font ce qu'ils veulent, quand ils le veulent ; se comportent comme ils le souhaitent avec les autres élèves. Elle a conscience de leurs situations, et de ce qu'ils font subir aux élèves.

Jan Di n'est pas au bout de ses peines…

Même si ce drama est LE k-drama a regarder en tant que faN, je m’attendais à plus -_-

Trailer:

@moyarb replied to your post: unless everybody dies and the world ends in next…

I don’t even care if everyone else dies. Wu and Hank deserved better. If they were all going to die they ALL should have died in the finale. >_<

that’s true lmao i’m just like. trying to Justify anything but i really can’t at this point. i mean it was already pretty transparent how much they cared about drew and hank (basically not at all) since we literally had No stories really for them except for like. a couple. while like Certain Characters are out here with like development and arcs (that i don’t agree with but AT LEAST THEY GET STUFF TO WORK WITH.) 

i actually saw that post someone reblogged from you (i think) that was like they didn’t die bc they were poc lol. i’m so TIRED of this argument. the writers never really cared about their characters of color… it’s just like isn’t it interesting how basically all of the women of color who were ever on this show died or like. were tortured. and then like as i said earlier drew and hank never got the treatment that the other characters got. it’s like wow. how fucking transparent.

You have been trained since infancy
to direct your attention to what is temporary.
Had anyone before revealed the Permanent to you,
there would be no need to sit with Wu Hsin.

Most people don’t sit because they are afraid of what is revealed.

The individuals fear that they will lose their individuality, their identity.
One could say that the love of Being is not yet greater than the love of
being somebody…………… or it could be said that
the fear of the not yet known is far greater than the distaste for the known.

Either way, “I’ll pay any price” is suddenly shown to be a hollow offer.”

“When you become clear that you are not this body,
but that it is your instrument, then worries about death dissolve.

In essence, death dies.

—  Wu Hsin