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The "Dramatic" Influence

19 May 2009 - 09:25 AM

Korean and Japanese dramas are MY LIFE<3 They are so funny, entertaining and incredibly addicting! I'm sure many of you have experienced a similar feeling right? Well recently I've had an intense talk with my school friends (most are korean) and we were very yapping away about Boys Over Flowers music videos and other new dramas that are coming out. But then we came to a touchy subject...why are we so obsessed over dramas? All they've done is consume our time and make us depressed when we don't have HOT CUTE AND ROMANTIC boyfriends to lean on.
I just want your opinions on the influence that korean or japanese dramas has put upon us? I mean~ this doesn't mean i want to stop watching them because they're AWESOME!!! But sometimes I find myself and I actually play the OST music from the dramas that I love the most and I pitifully complain to God why I can't have a perfect man and money.

Every korean or japanese drama has the same storyline: the richguy-poorgirl situation, hate turns to love, perfectlife to some kind of cancer, unfair life turns to perfect life, and all those other typical situations that dramas are always in. Its so typical~ you see in the synopsis while you're looking through a list of dramas you should see next...(at least for me -_-) But the dramas like Soulmate, Full House, Stairway to Heaven, and all those popular hit dramas are so realistic that you can't help but just to fall in love with the drama overall.

Personally, I don't think I'll EVER stop watching these dramas even though it's all acting and special effects but I think its effecting me in some sort of way and i'm sure many of you do also. Why? Because especially girls-- our expectations and requirements for any future boyfriends have to meet ALL of those in a drama, looks, money, humor, caring, sensitivity, and a good body. Whenever I dream with my friends about our future husbands the perfect man is carved in our heads but in reality there is no such person as a perfect boyfriend. So now~ many viewers are entrapped in a fantasy, man-made world where everything relates to a drama that they are currently watching and we go crazy ><;

I've also asked friends of mine who despise any type of dramas simply because they are too stereotypical, superficial, and absolutely ridiculous. Of course--I oppose their feelings towards dramas but its sort of true in a way!

So my question is-- How much influence do korean or japanese dramas have on your lifeor anyone in general? In what way? Is it a negative or a positive effect?

~★Boys Before Flowers Extended Mini Series is HERE★~

29 April 2009 - 01:40 PM


Because Boys Before Flowers has been so successful that they've decided to make an extended mini series!!
Its not over YET!!!

A 25-minute “music drama” (read: extended music video) will wrap up the F4 saga in omnibus format, featuring the four F4 members played by Lee Min-ho, Kim Hyun-joong, Kim Bum, and Kim Joon five years after we last left them.

This “F4 Special Edition” MV, which was filmed in secret, will be unveiled online at Mnet.com on April 28. It will also feature songs sung by each of the F4 members (the previously announced special edition OST).

if you'd like to watch the teaser go HERE

And even better! I have the link for you guys to actually go watch part 1 provided by mysoju!




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sources: [email protected], dramabeans.com

New Moon Movie Offical Thread

24 April 2009 - 07:53 AM

Twilight fans~
The second sequel movie is coming up!!
Coming in November 9, 2009

This is a thread for any discussion of the upcoming movie.
Feel free to add any additional details I didn't cover!


Directed by: Chris Weitz

Warning! As the screenplay has yet to be released, this synopsis is based entirely on the book "New Moon".

After Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) recovers from her run in with a vampire with a lust for the hunt and her blood, she celebrates her 18th birthday with her vampire boyfriend Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and his human-friendly "family." However, an accident during her birthday party results in Bella's blood being spilled and the newest vampire in the family, Jasper (Jackson Rathbone), finds it impossible to resist. Edward accidentally injures Bella more while saving her and then realizes that he and his family have endangered Bella's life with their very presence and so he decides that erasing his family (and himself) from her life would be the best thing for her. Edward leaves Bella with only one request: that she not put herself in danger. Completely devastated by the loss of her one true love, Bella finds friendship with Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) and also realizes that, against Edward's wishes, putting her life in danger through daredevil antics helps her get through this tough time. But this is not the only danger she is in...

After overcoming each setback that her relationship with Jacob throws at her, Bella concocts a stunt that outshines all the others. After a miscommunication, Edward is lead to believe that Bella has killed herself and makes plans to follow in her footsteps. Edward's "sister" Alice (Ashley Greene) learns of his plans and alerts Bella, realizing that she's the only one who could stop him. They begin the race against time, knowing that if they do not succeed in saving Edward's life, their lives will most certainly be at stake, too.


Main: (Returned Cast)
Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan
Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen
Taylor Lautner as Jacob Black
Ashley Greene as Alice Cullen
Peter Facinelli as Carlisle Cullen
Elizabeth Reaser as Esme Cullen
Kellan Lutz as Emmett Cullen
Nikki Reed as Rosalie Cullen
Jackson Rathbone as Jasper Hale
Edi Gathegi as Laurent
Rachelle Lafevre as Victoria
Billy Burke as Charlie Swan

The Volturi:

Michael Sheen as Aro
Jamie Campbell Bower as Caiuss
Dakota Fanning as Jane
Charlie Bewley as Demetri
Daniel Cudmore as Felix
Christopher Heyerdahl as Marcus
Cameron Bright as Alec
Noot Seer as Heidi

The wolf pack:
Chaske Spencer
Bronson Pelletier
Alex Meraz
Kiowa Gordon
Tyson Houseman

~~sneak peak at our wolves buffing up XD


Graham Greene as Harry Clearwater
Tinsel Korey as Emily

celebrity and ...siblings?

08 February 2008 - 05:16 PM

I've noticed that celeb's and their siblings look SO Much alike!!

but then there's the siblings that don't look too similar :\
here's some pics of siblings everyone knows :]

anyone's welcome to share their photos of other siblings!!


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WOWWW >< so similar!!!


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credits to: asianfanatics forums


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O_O boy version of taeyeon....


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~~i'll add more later everyone :]

obesity people are banned???!!!

04 February 2008 - 04:57 PM

EDIT: first maryland schools had to cut vending machines in the public schools to reduce the percentage of fat people...now this?

i was opening my homepage when i saw this article.
i was a little shocked O.O
what do you think of this?

Sorry, you’re too fat to eat here

Miss. bill would ban restaurants from serving obese customers

The Associated Press
updated 4:00 p.m. ET, Mon., Feb. 4, 2008

"JACKSON, Miss. - A state lawmaker wants to ban restaurants from serving food to obese customers — but please, don’t be offended.

He says he never even expected his plan to become law.

“I was trying to shed a little light on the number one problem in Mississippi,” said Republican Rep. John Read of Gautier, who acknowledges that at 5-foot-11 and 230 pounds, he’d probably have a tough time under his own bill.

More than 30 percent of adults in Mississippi are considered it obese, according to a 2007 study by the Trust for America’s Health, a research group that focuses on disease prevention.

The state House Public Health Committee chairman, Democrat Steve Holland of Plantersville, said he is going to “shred” the bill.

“It is too oppressive for government to require a restaurant owner to police another human being from their own indiscretions,” Holland said Monday.

The bill had no specifics about how obesity would be defined, or how restaurants were supposed to determine if a customer was obese.

Al Stamps, who owns a restaurant in Jackson, said it is “absurd” for the state to consider telling him which customers he can’t serve. He and his wife, Kim, do a bustling lunch business at Cool Al’s, which serves big burgers — beef or veggie — and specialty foods like “Sassy Momma Sweet Potato Fries.”

“There is a better way to deal with health issues than to impose those kind of regulations,” Al Stamps said. “I’m sorry — you can’t do it by treating adults like children and telling them what they can and cannot eat.”

© 2008 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

I totally agree with Al Stamp~ you shouldn't discriminate others b/c of wat they look like :/
What do you think of this?