Shijin drives off to Argus’s lair looking determined as hell, while Jin Gu fears that something bad’s happened. Myeongju opens her eyes to find Daeyoung standing by her beside. She smiles wanly and rises, assuring him that she’ll be fine now. He quietly says it’s a relief. Myeongju notices then that he’s outfitted in nondescript black gear and asks why he’s dressed that way.
Continue reading “Descendants of the Sun Ep 12 Recap (and the journey home)”
Longtime followers of my blog will know that I have it bad for Ji Sung. I mean, I enjoy a pretty face (Lee Sangyoon, Ji Changwook etc) but this man is my I-Love-You. And his wife is my K-actress girl crush so spotting any news on these two makes me ridiculously happy. Ji Sung’s been sporadically updating his Instagram this past year after taking some well deserved time off to recuperate from the mind-blowing, jaw-dropping performance he gave in KMHM, as well as to mentally and emotionally recover from a role he has said will remain forever close to his heart. He recently posted two new pictures indicating that his return is nigh. One’s from a photoshoot where he looks as perfect as usual and the other is captioned ‘the enjoyable Entertainer’
Continue reading “Ji Sung posts first sneak peek at ‘Entertainer’ (and I’m in love as usual)”
Note: There will be no DOTS recap today because university has me by the throat 😦
As followers of my little blog will know, I’ve been recapping Descendants of the Sun for the past two weeks. However, NEW, the production company behind the show, has revealed that it will be taking legal action to those “who illegally use ‘Descendants of the Sun’ without prior consent for their own business, group, personal advertisement, promotion, etc.”
I honestly am not sure if I fall in this category, given that I just recap for fun but don’t want to risk my tiny corner of the Internet being taken down. Could someone enlighten me on this? Should I – scratch that – Can I keep writing DOTS recaps?
Moyeon’s strolling about the camp when she freezes at hearing her own voice on the loudspeakers.
She dashes off in horror and embarrassment while the hospital staff giggle and the patients wonder at what’s going on, with a sobbing woman’s voice being broadcasted in the Medicube. Shijin grins at Mooyeon’s sobbing pleas to come save her. Continue reading “Descendants of the Sun Ep 9 Recap (and changes in relationships)”
Moyeon doesn’t respond after Shijin confesses that he’s serious. He waits for a few moments before ruefully sighing and getting to his feet. He asks her to rest a bit; he’d walk her back but he has to report back for a briefing.
She says he has to make one. He doesn’t ask, but talks her there and listens to the brief while watching her stare at the phone and hesitate repeatedly. Continue reading “Descendants of the Sun Ep 8 Recap (and an ever-growing bond)”
Shijin and Moyeon part, taking on separate roles in the protection of the citizens of Urk.
Shijin begins work immediately, calling into part of the collapsed structure, asking survivors to knock three times if they hear him. Continue reading “Descendants of the Sun Ep 7 Recap (and working through disaster)”
Shijin asks if he should apologize or confess. Moyeon stares at him for a long moment.
Continue reading “Descendants of the Sun Ep 6 Recap (and regretful decisions)”
Shijin kisses Moyeon gently. She freezes and doesn’t respond, the wine bottle stilling precariously in her hands. He draws back and looks almost confused at his own impulsiveness before cupping her face tendering going in for another when..
she turns away. Shijin freezes as she awkwardly wishes him goodnight and departs with the wine bottle. Continue reading “Descendants of the Sun Ep 5 Recap (and sudden farewells)”
There have been shows I liked within the past two dramas years, but only a few stand out as ones whose DVDs I’d like to be buried with. I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that you can tell what these shows are going to be from the start. They’re different from the ones that you like because the actor/actress is gorgeous, or because the plot make perfect logical sense. There’s something more to these shows, despite how strange the plot may be or how unattractive the lead male is by all rational reasoning. It’s why I love Kill Me Heal Me over the much more tightly plotted Healer. It’s why I love Liar Game but am pretty meh about You Who Came from the Stars (despite how fun Jun Jihyun was) and why I adore Nodame Cantabile but can’t get through a lot of Jdoramas. So far these three have been my I-Love-Yous in terms of shows, but a new one just joined its ranks. Continue reading “Newly addicted to Bromance! (and I am so in love)”