I dunno what to say. This photoshoot is weird. I feel bad for the girl model and what is GOING ON? I dunno. I don’t wanna talk anymore. At least Joong Ki shows us some expressions. Ha!
I saw these photos like a week ago but I was waiting for official photos for me to post. But I ain’t waiting anymore so I’ll be posting these now! Yey! TOP IS SUPER HOOOOOOOOOT! Gaaaaaaaaaahhhhh, your fallopian tubes will fold. Haha! Continue reading →
Okada Masaki will star in TV Asahi’s newest Thursday offering, Seinaru Kaibutsutachi, as a rookie surgeon. And I reiterate, he is TOO YOUNG to be a doctor. And Japan surely loves casting him as a doctor (Dr. Black Jack and in GreeeeN’s PV). But aside from that little quip, I love this news! It’s surreal how he’s only 22 when his filmography’s very long. Hee, so proud of mah boy. Anyway, onto the news. Nakatani Miki was also starred as the female lead and a head nurse at the hospital he’s working at.
Seinaru Kaibutsutachi was originally a suspense novel by Kawahara Len. The drama has Okada playing Shiba Kengo, an earnest, hardworking and dedicated young surgeon. He gets transferred from a prestigious university hospital to a financially troubled one and there he meets a capable and cool-headed chief nurse Kasugai Yuka. She teaches him the reality of the medical world and Kengo must face various obstacles and challenges as he uncovers the true nature of respected professionals in the field.
Hasegawa Hiroki plays the manager of a major group that operates schools and Kato Ai plays his wife and the sister of Yuka. Rounding up the cast are Suzuki Anne, Omasa Aya, Katsumura Masanobu, Hirata Mitsuru, Kohinata Fumiyo and Watanabe Ikkei.
TV Asahi’s Seinaru Kaibutsutachi will air on Thursday nights at 9pm in January.
Padam Padam: The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats premieres on December 5 at cable channel, jTBC. It stars Jung Woo Sung, Han Ji Min and Kim Bum.
Two more posters under the cut!
Lucy Schwartz – My Darling
Scene: Kate driving in her car
The Wildbirds – Shake Shake
Scene: Allison greets Kate
Research Material – I’ll Be True to You
Scene: Stiles and Scott talk in classroom
Neon Hitch – Poisoned With Love
Scene: Scott and Allison make out
The Constellations – Setback (Kickdrum Remix)
Scene: Derek doesn’t want Stiles to take him home
1, 2, 3 – Scared But Not That Scared
Scene: Scott checks out Allison’s hobbies
Miniature Tigers – The Wolf
Scene: Allison saves Scott from interrogation
Dan Deacon – Of The Mountains
Scene: Allison finds glass
Schmidt is so eccentric and funny I just wanna hug him. Haha! Enjoy these promos! 🙂
Lee Byung Hun has been filming G.I. Joe 2 recently and was recently cast on The King of Joseon, an upcoming sageuk drama which happens to be Byung Hun’s FIRST sageuk! Never thought that an actor with his A-starness would only be starring in his first sageuk now! Anyway, two more photos under the cut for you to enjoy! 😀
Woah. Just WOAH. Lee Hyori met with Jane Goodall and even had a pictorial for it? Woah! Jane Goodall might just be the most famous primatologist, heck, I bet even anthropologist, and is known for living with chimps to study them. I think she has been THE inspiration for most primatologists/anthropologists nowadays and she’s considered the world’s foremost expert on chimpanzees. Anyway, enough about her background. Sorry, I’m just amazed! Lee Hyori is an animal rights activist and during her recent trip to Seattle, she had the chance to bond with Jane Goodall.
I know it’s very simple but I LOVE it. I mean, sure, a poster with the actor’s faces is appealing but if it would be as atrocious as the Mary-Poppins-esque posters of You’re Beautiful, Secret Garden and recently, Me Too, Flower, never mind, I’d rather have this poster above.
Fermentation Family stars Song Il Kook as the restaurant owner and Park Jin Hee as the part-time employee and their love starts from fights and lots of bickering. Me likes. They work on a restaurant and me wants some food porn please! This drama delves into the kimchi-making process, as suggested by the title. I love love love kimchi and my mouth’s watering right now just to think of my Korean cuisine buffet with Cel and one of our friends tomorrow!
Fermentation Family premieres on December 7 at cable channel jTBC.
More goodies under the cut!
The debut of a new series! I know, I know, I’m not good with this. Remember my 30 songs challenge? And the Get-to-Know-Me Thursdays which I haven’t made a post for in a while (I always forget to finish and schedule the post!). Yeah, I know I have a bad record for this kind of posts but I believe in this! I always forget my ideas if I don’t write them down or something and I have tons of ideas on what to name my future babies! And Vito is in the top spot.
My friends have been telling me that it’s such an old-fashioned name and that when the time comes that I actually name my child Vito, it would be so uncommon and old that my son would hate me. But you see, I don’t get it. Call me biased and what but I really like the name and I can’t see any fault with it. And he’s gonna be unique because when I checked, it isn’t a popular name and the chances he’s gonna meet someone with the same name as he everyday is slim. (My name being Dianne means I meet someone named Dianne as well once a week.) Plus, Vito means life and isn’t that great?
Maybe because it’s from Don Vito Corleone from Mario Puzo’s The Godfather. Honestly, I love that book to bits and I am so awed by the character of Don Corleone that I will name my hypothetical son Vito. That is how intense my love for Don Corleone is and my love for the book is that I am going to this end. This is the name that I’ve been fixed on naming my child the longest. It’s been two years I guess, since I fell in love with this name and up to this day, I stand by it. Until another name grabs me more than Vito, Vito it is.