Yes! Kim Rae-fucking-won everybody!
The face that had me tumbling down the rabbit hole that is k-dramaland 11 years ago just pulled me back into k-dramaland just when I thought I was quite ready to crawl back out of it. (Seriously, there’s just no getting out of it, resistance is futile.)
But it’s not only about our leading man, his current project Punch is a spectacle. An absolute marvel and everyone should be watching this and clamoring over just how damn good it is!
Baby boy finally gets his first acting project! And not just any project but a buzzed about movie being headlined by top-billing stars; Huang Xiaoming and Yang Mi.
Please watch one of the following…
This is a bit of a triple bill really, I’ve been meaning to post for a while but every day brings with it an exciting new development in Tao-verse and it’s just built up so here, have a massive compilation post to make up for my absence here lately (why yes, I’m still keeping on top of dramas and have lots to say in that front too, so don’t worry.)
But firstly as the title suggests, yes, the show indeed is going on ahead as routine for this young man. Just because yet another fellow countryman has defected his pop group it doesn’t mean his world has come to a standstill.
Aaaand it’s over. *slow claps*
Just a quick summary of my feelings on entire show.
Was anyone else as ill-prepared as me going into tonight’s episode 14? Aka. The hour of utter devastation and heartbreak! And brilliant narrative development from screenwriter Noh and an intense cultivating ground for some of the greatest acting that k-ent has seen for a while. No dramatic excesses, just natural, real and powerful performances. And Jo In-sung’s best acting in his entire career!
Caution: Spoilers ahead!