Beanie level: Errand boy

Dramatic video, lovely song. I had to share. Her voice is beautiful.

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@wishfultoki
I thought you might enjoy this! πŸ™‚

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    Thank youuuu! Wow, that combination! Every time I hear Ahn Ye-eun it reminds me of REBEL: THIEF WHO STOLE THE PEOPLE.

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Saw the article on Soompi about Park Bo-young and Seo In-guk’s upcoming drama. What a pretty poster.

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    It’s been too long. I’m happy to see Bo-young back in a drama.

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    There’s just such an amazing contrast between their styles and genres. I don’t even care if the writing is terrible, I want to see what these two people bring to this and how they work together.

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This week\’s episodes of Beyond Evil were really good. There were some truly great performances.

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Some thoughts following the latest episodes of Mouse:

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    After watching the latest episodes of Mouse, I remembered something that I forgot to mention earlier. Could there be three babies with the suspect psychopath and/or genius gene? In episode one, when Dr. Lee talks to Seo-joon’s wife to discuss the results of her baby’s test, he is seen holding a large envelope. He excuses himself briefly (I don’t know if he receives a phone call) and hands the envelope to an unknown person in a vehicle. Who was that person and what was in that envelope? I might rewatch that scene because I don’t have all the details.

    @sirena and I were theorizing. The killer of the recent victims is privy to certain information. He anticipated the release of the faked video of the kidnapped child with a video of his own. @sirena wondered if he might be someone from an influential/rich background.

    Does our young doctor, Sung Yo-han know something? What is with the pictures of the victims on his wall? If he is not responsible for those deaths, is he trying to figure out who is? Was it he who met with Dr. Lee before the latter’s death? I could have sworn we saw his face after the stabbing, but again, that could be misleading. Also, there is his (late) friend. I felt like they were deliberately made to resemble each other so as to cause some confusion in some of their scenes.

    I have more thoughts, but I’ll leave what I have written here for now.

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      By late friend, I am referring to Kim Joon-sung.

      And by Dr. Lee, I am referring to David Lee.

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      I definitely think there are three babies. I remember the scene with the large envelope too and am thinking it went to that politician who voted no on the law because his wife was pregnant. I think the cop who “drank the evidence” might be that kid because he mentioned his dad was going to run for president.

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        Oh, there could be a connection to the politician. I am glad someone else remembered the envelope. I think I will repost my thoughts on the recap for the latest episodes. I don’t know if I should mention it sooner, since the recaps are a little behind. Then again, the envelope scene did occur in the first episode.

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        Wow, “drank the evidence” guy has been bothering me – he’s too well known as an actor for what has been a very small part so far. It would make a lot of sense if there’s a lot more to him! I was leaning towards the third child being a girl (maybe the reporter), but maybe not. I just thought a girl would mix it up a bit.

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          The reporter was identified as the young girl who unwillingly aided the Head Hunter in the killing of the young woman (episode one).

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            @peridot Wow, I totally missed that! I’ll have to go back and watch for that again.

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            @csmith

            Yeah, there was a brief flashback. It might have been in one of the latest episodes.

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    @scifiwritir

    I thought I would tag you here so that we could share some ideas and hypothesize. πŸ™‚

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      The ending of episode 6 terrified me.

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        Oh, yes. I feel that the writer will include many such moments in future episodes. I expect many twists and turns. I also think that there is a third “psychopath/genius” baby that will play an important part in the story.

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Just wanted to share this lovely song with my fellow Beanies. πŸ™‚

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That final scene in the theater is great. There is so much going on in the background. I\’ve noticed different things every time I\’ve replayed it. #runon

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Merry Christmas!

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So I\’m watching Sweet Home for the second time, and it seems like the subs have changed from the first time in certain parts. And in certain cases, I know the subs are wrong. #whynetflix#netflixsubs

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Hi, Beanies. I thought I would share this lovely video from a Hungarian YouTuber. I have been incorporating ribbons into some of my simple braids, and this video was another big inspiration. The long, decorative bow at the end of the braid reminds me of the traditional Korean hairstyle for maidens (side note: I love that hairstyle and the slight variations that you find in modern versions).

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DOLSOL: A drama whose ending actually managed to make me angry.

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I might avoid the fan walls for a few days. We should vote according to the dictates of our own consciences–not according to the wishes of others. I am also avoiding the social media of celebrities. I am tired of propaganda, blanket labeling of groups of people, and name calling. I might just stick to recap threads, even if I don\’t actually comment on them. Take care, Beanies!

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While I didn’t really care for episode five of Tale of the Nine Tailed, I did enjoy episode six. We got some interesting revelations/developments. And Looney as a fellow guardian spirit–can this be an extended cameo? I like that he is our folk village’s resident magistrate (he needs a job to pay those bills!). With his magical fan, I was reminded of Arang and the Magistrate, one of my favorite shows. And it was cute to see him eating macaroons.

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When everything is relative. πŸ˜‰
#taleoftheninetailed

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Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol (how should I abbreviate this in the future? DOLSOL?)/ Episode One Thoughts:

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    When I remembered that the writer also wrote Shopping King Louis, I realized that there were similarities between the two shows. One example is the rich, naive, but kind-hearted lead who finds himself/herself in strange circumstances. There is also paralleling in certain scenes. Do you remember when Louis first sees the face of Bok-Shil on his television screen? He is so taken with her beauty. Lee Jae-wook’s character is similarly stricken when his sees Goo Ara’s Ra-ra. Also, I am suspicious of Secretary Moon (kind of like the shady ahjussi in Shopping King Louis), lol. Then there is the slightly older second male lead in both shows.

    I do not think that the Instagram handle whose images enticed Ra-ra to go to that beautiful place belonged to Secretary Moon. I have a feeling it was the Doctor, Cha Eun-seok. He heard Ra-ra’s recital, which included that Mozart arrangement of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. He also left his practice in the city and went to that beautiful place.

    This could be a cute and heart-warming show. Hopefully, the “villains” will also be as ineffectual as those in Shopping King Louis. πŸ™‚

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This was the hairstyle I wore to work today. πŸ™‚

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How cute!

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Current re-watch: That Winter the Wind Blows

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    does it stand the test of time?
    I watched this a while back, and liked it, but even then, I thought it was a little weird.

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      For some reason, the opening episode was a bit much, but a lot of dramas have so-so set up episodes. Some aspects of the show are dated, and it is a melodrama, but I’m still enjoying the re-watch. I remember not being too fond of the ending, so I’m wondering how I’ll feel this time.

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Glad that we have an episode of Flower of Evil tonight. πŸ™‚

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