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Tag Archives: Boys over Flowers

Kim Bum Transforms For “Padam Padam”

3 Nov

Now, I’ve always been a huge fan of Kim Bum. He was cute in “Boys Over Flowers”, amazing in “Woman Who Still Wants To Marry”, and pretty hilarious in “Unstoppable High Kick”. He has an adorable baby face, which I always thought was cute, but, you know, not really my thing.
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Kim Hyun Joong…Just…No

13 Oct

So this post was originally the WTF of the Week, but I think Heart2Heart’s MV topped this is in ridiculousiosity.

Recently, former SS501 leader Kim Hyun Joong stated that after his cycle of promotions for his album, he would like to step back into the world of acting. Continue reading

Jan Di: Why We Love To Hate Her

15 Aug

The world is still reeling from the global phenomenon known as Boys Over Flowers (also called Boys Before Flowers). In this 2009 KDrama, we experienced love at first sight (thank you, Gu Jun Pyo), adorable bromance (thank you F4), and of course, and awe-stricken disgust (and that would be you Geum Jan Di).

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Best Friends in Korean Dramas

14 Aug

Every Korean Drama heroine has one of them–best friends who act as side kicks, often sassier than the lead, and always there to help the heroine through their troubles whether they loan some much needed money (because you know most of the lead girls are broke or poor) or kicking some ass.

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Is Psycho The New Black?

12 Aug

Gone are the days of ultra-perfect male leads. It is getting rarer and rarer to find KDramas whose main characters are even semi-normal. Not that I’m objecting or anything; I think it’s wonderful that it isn’t always the female lead who has some sort of abnormality. Continue reading

Kim Bum is Coming Back!

10 Aug

And then the whole world stopped to pause…Maybe? Today, some Boys over Flowers fans (and I know there are many) are rejoicing as Yi Jung aka F4 Member aka Cassanova is coming back in our drama lives! I’m so so excited.

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English in Korean songs

10 Aug

Last week, we posted the live performance of Junsu’s “Intoxicated”–his raunchiest and dirtiest lyrics ever–that features one of the most heinous use of English in a Korean song yet. It’s a common thing among native speakers to make fun of foreigners who can’t speak the language properly, who often use bad grammar, or have accents that suggests English wasn’t your first language (I belong in the last category). K-pop stars are not exception to the mockery. They’ve been the subject of major flubs with English lyrics and pronunciation.

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