girlfriday: What the hell is Lee Jun-hyuk doing in women’s clothing?
javabeans: I don’t know any woman who’d wear a mesh one-strapped asymmetrical white tank, do you?
girlfriday: Are we sure that’s mesh? I don’t see nipple.
javabeans: Is that a good or a bad thing?
girlfriday: If this is his attempt to compete with Lee Min-ho for the girl, he’s going about it all wrong.
javabeans: Though to be fair, his face looks very pretty here. And he’s pretty cute with rumply hair. And those are some nice muscles. Wait, is that…. a bolero?
girlfriday: As in, a shrug to put over a sundress?
javabeans: Minus the sundress.
girlfriday: Well thank god for that.
javabeans: *pause* Wait, did you just picture him in a sundress?
girlfriday: Yes. Didn’t you?
javabeans: In my vision, he was in a sundress AND a suit, like his Young-ju character in City Hunter had gone out to try a case and things had gone very, very awry.
girlfriday: Or an undercover operation gone wrong. It’s definitely in contention with Lee Min-ho’s parade of pink pants, née salmon capris.
girlfriday: They say “I’m flirty and fun,” but also “I can take a hit from a speeding semi.”
javabeans: “And look fabulous doing it.”
girlfriday: *flips hair*
javabeans: Well, naturally. How did this post become about Lee Min-ho and not Lee Jun-hyuk’s foray into feminine fashion?
girlfriday: Because everything comes back to Lee Min-ho. All trails lead to hotness.
javabeans: And his hotness is so hot that it has its own gravitational pull.
girlfriday: So what you’re saying is, it’s not our FAULT that this is happening to us?
javabeans: It’s never our fault. It’s, like, Newton’s principle, rules of thermodynamics, LAWS OF GOD AND MAN.
girlfriday: Or…. he’s just hot.
javabeans: SO HOT.
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