I can’t resist anymore…

I tried and I tried to keep him as far away from my Bias list as possible.

I felt like once I added him, he would take over and indeed it’s already started.

He’s jumping right in at #2.  -_-

On the other hand Kim Woo Bin gets another boost and moves up from #4 to #3.

Jung Ho Seok aka J Hope is still at #1….Of course.  ~_~

My Oppas So Ji Sub and Gong Yoo are going to have to make do with the #4 and #5 spots.

So who is my new #2 that is causing all this havoc to my Bias list???

He shares my zodiac sign (Leo), his charisma is off the charts and he’s sooooo dope in EVERYTHING he does.

Yessss.

It’s none other than Kwon Ji Yong aka G Dragon (GD).

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Domino’s Pizza….We need to talk!

So….I just found out that Domino’s Pizza has signed my #4 Bias and smexy Korean actor/model Kim Woo Bin as one of their newest brand models.

Ummmmm. Isn’t Domino’s a world wide company?

I ordered delivery from them last week!!! My flyer didn’t have Kim Woo Bin on it. – _ –

In all fairness Domino’s, a commercial here or there or even a couple of random flyers with WooB’s face in the US would be greatly appreciated.

Preferably in Boston, if you had to pick a location. ~ _ ~

For the Noonas who know Kim Woo Bin, it’ll be a huge treat. For the ones who don’t know who he is, we’ll take theirs too.

Plus, we’ll buy more pizza. It’s a win win situation either way!

What do you say Domino’s???  O _ o

WooWoo

Finally!!! Friend 2 – The Great Legacy

I have to say, finding Friend 2 was like looking for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.You can clearly see the rainbow but where the hell is the pot?!  – _ –

I would gladly buy the DVD so that I can replay Kim Woo Bin growling in a sexy Busan accent for almost two hours over and over again but alas the version for sale is only able to be viewed by DVD players in Region 3 – Asia.

Note to self: Self! Please buy a damn DVD player when you go to Japan next month!!!

Anyhue. I was finally able to find it on Daily Motion with Spanish subs. I can understand very basic Spanish so I was okay with that, as long as I could see the movie. It was in 10 minute increments, which would’ve pissed me off for another movie but since I’ve been looking for it for months, I was okay with that too. When I got about 30 minutes in, I found parts 3 and 4, which were English subbed AND half hour or so each. Needless to say, I was thrilled.

So, on to the movie. It was a little confusing here and there, especially with the flash backs that weren’t in the first movie. Whenever my eyebrows started to crease downwards when I got lost, Woo Woo would show up on-screen to spring them right back up into place.

He is…Kim Woo Bin is…..EVERYTHING. Seeing him act as a bad boy, not a Heirs bad boy but a GANGSTER bad boy was a huge treat for me.

My favorite scenes were when he goes to the hospital to ‘visit’ Eun-ki and when he confronted Lee Jeong-suk about his father’s death. Actually, every part of the movie with Woo Woo in it was my favorite, but that’s the fan girl coming out and I am trying REALLY hard not to go down that road at 2:37 am.

I feel like I did when I saw Woo Woo in Heirs. He totally owned his role and in doing so, stole the spot light from the more senior actors. All in all, I am happy that I found it. I would still like to own a copy. Film companies in Korea need to realize that the Noona population in America that likes Korean actors is very large. They should make these movies available world-wide so that we can buy and enjoy them, just like the Noonas in Asia.

I noticed and have also heard that Woo Woo is REALLY popular with Noonas and Ahjummas in Korea.

Bringing their babies to his fan meets dressed like dinosaurs….  ~ _ ~

 

K-ictionary….The new Dictionary!

Since becoming a fan of Korean dramas and music, a new version of the Dictionary has become available to me.

If it had an official name, it would probably be “K-ictionary –  The official dictionary to the South Korean entertainment industries’ female fans”.

It took me a while to accept these new vocabulary words as some of them already had other meanings based on the original English Dictionary.

Here of some examples of words that I knew before but now have new meanings to me based on the K-ictionary:

1. Ship

Dictionary – A large boat or sea sailing vessel

K-ictionary – To give a co-sign (thumbs up) to two people whom you feel would make a great couple. The couple DOES NOT have to be a guy with a girl.

Example: K pop female fans will ship two male members who are very close and display tons of skin ship with each other.

2. Skin ship

Dictionary – Ummmmm. These two words are in there but not together. Y’all know what skin is and #1 was ship.

K-ictionary – To display affection or close friendship by touching, kissing, cuddling, sitting on, laying on, dancing on, blowing air on, winking at, holding hands with another person. The people displaying skin ship DO NOT have to be opposite sexes.

Example: I don’t think I have to explain this, right? Moving on….

SkinShip

3. Bro-mance

Dictionary – Basically, this is a combination of two words, brother and romance.

K-ictionary – When two or more guys have a strong friendship and display lots of skin ship towards each other, to an outside observer, it appears as if they have romantic feelings for each other.

Example: Kim Woo Bin and Lee Jong Suk’s characters in School 2013 had an insanely intense Bro-mance that almost made all the female viewers burst into flames from all the Feels.

4. Feels

Dictionary – Your emotions. Usually termed as ‘feelings’.

K-ictionary – When someone (male or female) does something with or without meaning to, that effects you so strongly that in addition to making your feelings go haywire, it may also cause your brain to temporarily malfunction.

Example: “Oh my gawwwd…My feels!!!! J Hope, stop it!”

J Hope

I actually dedicated a blog to J Hope under My Obsessions > J Hope…Please stop, that is purely feels based. I wish I could delete it. But my Feels won’t let me.  ~_~

5. Puppy

Dictionary – A newborn to adolescent dog. Generally very playful and super cute in this age range thus making them very hard to resist.

K-ictionary – A cute Male Lead in a drama that has exhibited any of the following, but not limited to, the behaviors listed below:

1) Had his feelings hurt by a Female Lead and is crying

2) Loves someone who doesn’t love him back so he’s lonely

3) Loves someone who loves him back but for whatever reason they can’t be together so he’s sad

4) Is jealous of another Male Lead and shows it in a angry but cute pouty lip way

5) Falls over himself to do something to please the girl he likes

Examples (K drama fan comments): “Oh puppy, don’t cry! She’ll come back to you” or “Look at the puppy smiling because she complimented him!”

These are the main words that I feel a fan of k pop and k dramas will need at the Beginners level.

Be sure to look out for my next K-ictionary post for the Intermediate fans! ^_^

 

My updated Bias list!

I knew this day would eventually come. *sighs

It’s time to renovate my Top 5 Bias List.

For those of you who are new to my blog, I refuse have more than 5 TOTAL biases within the K empire (movies, music, dramas). There are way too many smexy guys in South Korea to keep track of. My brain starts to shut down when I try to pick #6.

For my two steadies, So Ji Sub and Gong Yoo, it has been a struggle to keep them in their top positions with the younger members on my list posting, tweeting, you tubing and using every other social media possible to drive myself and the rest of the female population on Earth insane.

My obsession with BTS – Bangtan Boys has given me more chances to ‘interact’ with one of it’s members J Hope, who was already on my list. Since I see J Hope when I see BTS and I see BTS more than a dozen times a day via different social medias, it’s become very hard to stay unbiased.

The spot held by Yoo Ah In was already a lilttle shaky. After the ending of Secret Love Affair, I knew I would eventually have to make a change.

Kim Woo Bin has also been slowly re-catching my wandering eyes again. Check out My Obsessions – Kim Woo Bin – WTH?! blog to view the pics from one of his latest photo shoots and you tube video of one of his latest ads.

There was another new face (well, new to me) that also caught my eye while I was watching the drama Cunning Single Lady. Those brown eyes and smile are to DIE for. I HAD TO add him on.

With that being said, here we go!!!

#1 – Jung Ho Seok aka J Hope

J Hope

#2 – So Ji Sub

So Ji Sub

#3 – Gong Yoo

Gong Yoo

#4 – Kim Woo Bin

Kim Woo Bin

#5 – Seo Kang Joon

Seo Kang Joon

If you’re curious about my previous top 5, they are featured in My Obsessions – Korean Dramas & Top 5 Biases blog.  ^_^

Korean Drama Mathematics – Lesson 1

Fact: Most K drama actors that play high schoolers are NOT high school students in real life

Example: In School 2013, Kim Woo-Bin and Lee Jong-Sook were both 25 (in Korean age, 23 in U.S. age) at the time of filming

Relevant Equations:

16E × 1H = 16HOB

16HOB + 2HG = PN

Table:

E = Episodes, H = Hours, HOB = Hours of Brainwashing, HG = Hot guys, PN = Pedo Noona

Conclusion:

Based on these calculations, my brain now concludes that it is okay to droolz over ‘guys’ in school uniforms, cause they could be 25….

The numbers don’t lie people! ~_~