Patreon Podcast #8 – The Military Is Giving Us Back Our Favorite Hotties

We just realized that there are a ton of our favorite khottie actors coming out of the military in the next few months. Which means it is time to start speculating on what kind of dramas might be coming our way. So come join the fangirling as we talk about some of our original biases!

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Fangirl Stalking Military Edition: Keeping the Home Fires Burning for Ji Chang Wook.

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Thinking about how to say goodbye for now…

This year several of the stars that I’ve come to love are leaving for the military and it feels like drama land will be so empty without them.  I’ve been a drama fan for long enough to know that leaving for the military doesn’t have to be the kiss of death for our favorite guys.  Let’s send off Ji Chang Wook with hopes that he stays safe and happy and comes back with several new projects to delight us and hopefully one that will showcase his post military abs! Continue reading

The Fangirl’s Kdrama Roundtable: The Military Giveth and the Military Taketh Away

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With Joo Won and Lee Min Ho joining the military this past week, I think it is the perfect time to take a moment and analyze the mandatory military service system and how it effects Kdrama Addicts.  Join the Fangirls as they discuss their favorite actors forced into MS and who they are looking forward to coming out in the latest edition of The Fangirl’s Roundtable. Continue reading

Kmuse’s Musings: How To Survive While Your Bias Is Gone For 2 Years of Military Service

.;a1a1We all knew this day was coming.  As of March 28th 2017, Seo In Guk officially entered the mandatory South Korean military for two very long years.  I imagine I am not the only Heartrider, sitting at my computer devastated at the thought that my bias will not be in new dramas, music videos, or any other form of media entertainment for 24 months.  So I thought it would be useful to write out in words how I am going to survive this horrible time in my life.

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