I hate ghost story because I’m afraid. And The Master’s Sun is exactly that and others.
But ohhh a few peeks here and there and I’m hooked. A BIG part of it I gotta blame my sister for tuning in to that channel and for the amazing chemistry between So Ji Sub and Gong Hyo Jin that drew me in in the first place. They’re just daebak (good). Shoot, I’ll just block the ghost face with my hand in those scary scenarios. LOL So I ended up marathoning The Master’s Sun two weekends ago. Watched the finale last week with a BIG smile on my face.
학교 School 2013 started off quite meh for me. Maybe because I’ve never experienced being in a class full of sleepyheads! And neither have I come to know a class with 2 homeroom teachers. Or the students can just babble on their dislike for a certain teacher right at the teacher’s face. They seems too unbelievable to be true. For me the story start to get interesting around the time when a chair flew out of the class window and when Oh Jung Ho had a big confrontation with Teacher Jung at the cafeteria. By the last episode, I was sobbing. Either I was too exhausted for the day or I couldn’t bear to say goodbye to the teachers and students from Seungri High. I would like to think it’s the latter. 🙂
Mackerel Run was broadcasted in 2007 and it starred the then 20 years old Lee Min Ho as a high school student. It was only the year before that Lee Min Ho and his bestie childhood and fellow actor Jung Il Woo got involved in a serious car accident (Aug 2006). This is my last K.drama for 2012, you hear me? (hahaha) I don’t plan to watch anymore K.dramas except the one that are currently showing at KBSWorld (Jeon Woo Chi and the soon-coming School 2013).
I know I swear off weekend Korean dramas because of its long episodes but this is another one that I couldn’t let off because of its interesting storyline. My Husband Got A Family has a total of 58 episodes and it has Kim Nam Joo to boost. I’ve never seen her dramas before but just 1 episode of this is enough to tell me she’s a very powerful lady.
It has been quite sometime since Faith ended its run in South Korea (about 3 weeks plus from this post’s date) and believe me, I’m still suffering from Faith withdrawal. For me, no other dramas has struck me so deep emotionally as Faith did to me. Faith will always have a special place in my heart. 🙂
I hope by sharing this cute Faith drama parody, fans will have a good time reminiscing some of those sweet moments in this beautiful drama. Remember to smile and laugh. Last but not least I want to thank my dog, Chester for his superb acting cum modelling skills. Without him this Faith drama parody would not even exist.
1. Lean On Me
This is Choi Young leaning on Eun Soo’s shoulder. He was hesitant at first but eventually lean on her. Finally Choi Young is able to sleep (except he’s not sleeping yet) and Eun Soo get to check his pulse and temperature (episode 7).
Faith (@ The Great Doctor) is my greatest Korean drama addiction to date. It’s now my no. 1 favorite Korean drama of all time! I’m still not sure how I’ll live without Faith… been dreaming about daejang a couple of times. LOL
Tsk: As far as I know a lot of Faithlings out there are having a tough withdrawal from Faith. I’m having a hard time as well! No other dramas has made me feel this way before. This is the first! What Faith has managed to do is touched our heart and soul, teaching us about faith and love.
Note: If you’re hoping for a Faith novel in English version, do come sign the petition: Here