My Drama Land is experiencing a bit of drought again. Most biases have completed their projects, and some are leaving for military services, whereas a couple of them are just taking their sweet honey time reviewing script offers. Meanwhile a few are busy with fan meetings. Damn those fan meet tours. And the good shows are coming to an end one week after another. Aish. Not happy. Not happy at all.
It’s confirmed! Former co-stars of Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim Seo Hyun Jin and Yang Se Jong return to headline SBS drama, Temperature of Love. Kim Jae Wook (Voice) was courted to play a supporting role, and he too, has confirmed. Adding to the casts are Jo Boa (Sweet Stranger & Me), Lee Mi Sook (Jealousy Incarnate) and Pyo Ji Hoon or P.O.
Oh man, I feel like I am on an emotional roller coaster. SBS upcoming drama, Temperature of Love, has decided to offer Yang Se Jong a lead role! Whaaaaa?! He hasn’t even wrapped up filming current drama, Duel. Seo Hyun Jin, of course, will be the female lead. Meanwhile, Kim Jae Wook is offered a supporting role.
Snap! Here are our 53th Baeksang Art Award winners.
Frankly, it was the most boring Baeksang I had seen. I get bored from time to time watching these award shows because of the language barrier; however, this year’s Baeksang was boredom on a whole new level. It began at the red carpet where not one single star *wow* the floor. The dresses were all a big MEH.
I was contemplating of quitting the live streaming if it were not of Park Bo Gum with his little *BLUR* but cute stunt, and later the three crabs moves. After this, the show did get a little bit more interesting since it was time to announce the Best Actor and Actress awards.
The vicious cycle starts again with 53th Baeksang Art Awards as they recently release the nomination lists. Almost every year I go on a rampage at the results for South Korea’s Award Shows, but I can’t ignore because I am a sucker for seeing stars dressing up prettily on the red carpet. I love seeing biases or drama couples I adore reunite and appear together for their nominated projects. This year’s Baeksang is as highly anticipated as 2014’s when I was infatuated with You Who Came From the Star.
Let’s take a look at the nominees for this year. I have chosen my winners in light blue, hehe.
December 2016!!! Can’t believe another year of my drama watching journey is about to be over. Has it been a fruitful year of good dramas? Yes, I think so, and definitely a year that I’ve watched the most too! Not sure I should be proud of it as it somehow shows I have no life outside dramas, LOLLL.
Saw a few dramas I enjoyed and a few I didn’t, so I just want to spazz about the good ones, as well as rant a little of the bad.
Farewell to Oh Hae Young, and welcome to more new shows. It is sad to let the good show go, and even harder when there are no drama at the moment that can replace it. As previously mentioned, there is no way I have time to write individual reviews; thus, the best I could do is compiled both spazzing and ranting into one post. Note: Rants will definitely overshadow the spazzing.