This week was a bit difficult hearing about SangYooniOppa and Uee’s break up. I guess, because it shatters my idea of true love and forever. Maybe I am sad that things didn’t work out because I am projecting my own heartbreaks onto theirs — thinking the relationship could be saved. But my failed relationship is my own, and has nothing to do with theirs. I’ll survive.
So here’s something to look forward to though — TvN’s newest sports reality show strating February 3rd: “BuzzerBeater.” And here’s the clip with uri Lee Sang Yoon!
This is the best way to greet Lee Sang Yoon fans worldwide a Happy New 2017 ❤ Congratulations!!! You truly deserve to win. Your fans must be just glad that you are once again acknowledged for your hard work and you love for craft. Congratulations, too for bagging TOP THREE Best Couple Award with #KangHaneul also for you portrayal as Seo Do-Woo and Choi Soo-A!!!
And here’s Kang Haneul’s acceptance speech for winning the KBS Best Actress Award (Overall) for her performance in On the Way to the Airport:
So the article from AllKPop mentions this… is this exciting? Can’t wait… Oppa Fighting!!!
So I’m watching Episode 9 of The Duo, and finally uri Lee Sang Yoon Oppa is on the screen. He meets with his uncle who has fallen from political grace due to his stupidity and greed.
What catches my eye is how he devoured his bowl of patjuk, and realized this is the same Korean dish that was eaten by Lee Sang Yoon’s mom’s character in On The Way To The Airport before she died — yes, the same one she requested from Kim Haneul. So there you go, twice featured in Lee Sang Yoon Filmography deserves a second look. So here’s a video of how to prep it. Hopefully I can make this for Christmas — the Lunar New Year is way too far to wait for 😀
And here’s the link for the complete recipe. Here’s to cooking Patjuk all for the love of Lee Sang Yoon!
Title: 비연 (Drama Ver.)
구름발치 아라만치 닿을 수 없이 애 닳아서
짧은인생 흐 놀 다 다음생에 기약하오니
꽃보라가 흩날리는 봄이오면 만나려나 (소프라노 – 만나려나)
짧은인행 흐 놀 다 다음생에 온새미로 (아~ 흐놀다 다음생에 온새미로)
The clouds are out of reach.
I am pledged to the next life.
When the spring flowers come and the flowers come (Soprano – see you)
A short trip is a joy to the next life The joy to the next life (Oh ~
I’ll meet you.
Click here to listen and/or download the MP3 file.
I cried a couple of times after listening intently to this theme. Something in the melody was tugging my heart — not knowing much Korean, I felt it was giving me hope against hope. That no matter what, Love will overcome. I had to look for the sound track, and the lyrics to the pansoori. I shed more tears when I realized what the song meant. I thought I’d share it with you all here.
So I just finished watching this epic Lee Bo Young and Lee Sang Yoon drama series — yes all 50 episodes of it in six days. I saved the link way back in December 2015 when I was well so much iinto Park Hye Jin while following ‘Cheese In The Trap.’ I must have watched at least half of the first episode but lost interest when I learned it was going to be 50 episodes. Funny how today felt more sad than happy because I could still use more of Kang Woo Jae and Lee Seo Young on-screen romance, the separation anxiety from this drama is killing me.
Welcome to me — a forty-something first-time blogger! I know I should have started much, much, much earlier. But hey better late than later, hahah! So this is really all about Lee Sang Yoon. Well it is also about how my heart got broken many years ago on the road to Zanzibar. Some dreams are not meant to happen. So much for unrequited love and repaying what the locusts have eaten in Joel 2. Today I’m just gonna be. Me.