Random Thoughts: Misty


Every time I watch Misty many thoughts run through my mind—things that I felt inspired, things that are relatable, things that I wish I could do and of course for the mysterious part, who kills Kevin Lee.

Such complex and compelling story told through a very flawed female character, yet there is not one ounce of annoyance I could muster against her. She’s arrogant, calculative and manipulative, but we admit defeat in front of her confidence, dignity, work capability and beliefs, and we must give her the respect she deserves.

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Star Intro: Yang Se Jong, The Monster Rookie


Yang Se Jong (양세종) — a name that not very many know yet, and overseas media currently overlooked. It’s understandable since he only has three dramas under his belt, but even with just three, he has managed to snatch SBS’ attention and has been offered his first lead role due to his outstanding performances in latest drama, Duel.

Korean media gave him several nicknames too, and they didn’t stray too far off from the word ‘Monster’, LOL. ‘Monster actor’, ‘Monster rookie’, Monster newcomer, as well as ‘Yeongi Byeontae’ are one of the few. Continue reading “Star Intro: Yang Se Jong, The Monster Rookie”

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Duel: The Bittersweet Finale


Duel has been another wonderful and awesome roller coaster joyride produced by OCN. The show was mind-blowing thanks to screenwriter and rookie actor, Yang Se Jong‘s outstanding and scenes-stealing performances. I really enjoy burning my brain and experiencing the high and low emotions along with our beloved clones—Sung Joon and Sung Hoon.

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Duel: The Twists, Sung Joon, Sung Hoon and Sanyoung


Episode 13 Thoughts

Bravado to the screenwriter. OCN’s chase thriller drama, Duel, has proven to be one of the smartest mystery drama I’ve ever seen. Episode 13’s twist and revelation really blew me away. This show fell under the radar in its country, but thankfully the low rating didn’t affect its quality, and the plot just gets better and better. We have three episodes left, questions are getting answered and this episode has highlighted to us the script is well-thought-out, characters or scenes from the past are starting to link together and nothing is wasted, and that they were shown for a reason (i.e. if we exclude the PPL).


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Rookie Actor On the Rise: Yang Se Jong



Appearing in July issue, rookie actor Yang Se Jong did a photoshoot and interview with Singles magazine. Proven to be a rising star, he has been gaining approvals from media and audiences with very solid and outstanding performances in last year’s SBS hit drama Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim; Saimdang: Light’s Diary and now OCN’s crime-thriller drama, Duel where he challenges his acting boundaries by playing three different roles.

P.S. That lips are mine, by the way.

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New Kid On the Block: Kim Min Jae


Isn’t this kid a cutie pie?

His name is Kim Min Jae, currently starring in KBS drama, The Best Hit, with Cha Tae Hyun and Yoon Shi Yoon. Many might also recognise him playing the young king who ordered Gong Yoo‘s death in Goblin or the male nurse who confronted Dr. Do In Beom in Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim.

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Gong Yoo Conquering Cover of Esquire Worldwide


Gong Yoo is the cover face of June issue of Esquire. He is well-known in his own household after the success of Coffee Prince, but now he is propelled to popularity outside of South Korea through blockbuster movies Train to Busan and The Age of Shadows, and hit drama, Goblin.

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A Swooning Post: Head Over Heels for CEO Ahn and Strong Woman Do Bong Soon


Park Hyung Sik has been making my delicate heart flutter with those gorgeous, beautiful eyes for the past two weeks. I noticed those emotive eyes since Hwarang, but he definitely kicked it up a notch in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon. This is mainly because Park Bo Young has the magic in making her male co-stars automatically adore her and want nothing but shower her with lots of tender, love and care. I saw it from Jo Jung Suk when they worked together in Oh! My Ghost, and now I am seeing the same adoration from Hyung Sik as Ahn Min Hyuk.

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Gibberish-Blab: Tomorrow with You Episode 6


I thought episode 5 of Tomorrow with You wasn’t as interesting, and I was a little annoyed they introduced another twist in the future. But now not only I enjoyed the new mystery, I also feel bad for So Joon (Lee Je Hoon) after watching episode 6. He’s so caught up and concerned about their death in the future that he sometimes forget his present life and marriage with Ma Rin (Shin Min Ah) is what makes his future.

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