Hello, frumpy lady
Some early Bulhandang/Robbers pics of Lee Da Hae‘s character “Dallae” in bygone days in her wedding dress. The character loses her husband (judging from the dress, either sometime in the ’70s or in a frump-disco-era time-warp zone), and now lives with her daughter and mother-in-law after her husband dies.
I wonder if the title should more accurately be “Con Man” in the singular tense, since it seems to refer to Jang Hyuk’s scoundrel character… Apparently her love turns him into a new man or something. Erm. Not really feeling it.
(I’ve been hard on Lee Da Hae lately, but it’s just because she’s been so blah. She was good in what I’ve seen of Green Rose; I loved her in My Girl even though I agree with complaints that she was too over-acty. Still, I found her cute and I loved the story and the humor. She was over-acty in Hello Miss (disregarding the mediocre story) even though she was great when she WASN’T trying to act cute. Unfortunately, she tries to act cute almost all the freaking time. She really doesn’t need to. You know how some people are cool because they don’t care about being cool? She’s like the opposite of that. If she were able to let go of her vanity just a little (okay, a whole lot), she could be a really great actor.)
SONG OF THE DAY
Bulldog Mansion – “잘가라 사랑아” (goodbye, my love) [ zShare download ]