In My Fellow Citizens! Choi Si Won plays Jung Kook, a con man who marries a police officer. How could he be so careless as to do that, you ask? That’s nothing, we answer. Just wait until you find out why he decides to run for office as an assemblyman!Continue reading
I don’t know that I’m on board with making this a permanent feature, but I couldn’t think of a better way to title this post. Let’s talk about the circus that was Revolutionary Love, shall we?
I’m a n00b when it comes to dramas, as you all know. So my devotion to Siwon comes from having seen him in She Was Pretty and some Super Junior MVs, but I had faith that he would shine in whatever role he took post military. Let’s talk about whether he lived up to my expectations, shall we?
Lately I’ve been boohooing over all of our favorite actors who are leaving for the military, but now I’m going to focus on our guys who are coming home or already home. We tend to have them leave for the military in groups, but it feels like they come home slowly and one at a time. There are many reasons to be excited for the end of an actor’s military service. I’m completely shallow and I love seeing all the post military abs that are always showcased in the first drama after they return. Seriously though, there is something about a man who has served his country and that level of loyalty and service changes how they play their roles. We may see an actor in a comedy, but suddenly he is playing his character with more depth and personality than we’ve ever seen, and I think this is a good thing. Continue reading