Originally written in Korean, so it’s not really gonna be poetic or anything…but just to share the feelings in it. Well, more because DramaFan forced me to share it And I’m going to die from embarrassment as soon as I post this.
For the first time in forever, I saw his back.
He used to say he doesn’t like that I keep hiding,
but I actually enjoyed peeking at his back as I’m hiding.
His back was not wide
but was always dreaming.
Under the suffocating wide sky, his back standing straight,
allowed me to dream as well.
His back, unlike his eyes, did not convey any word
thus it never said “no.”
No, he would never say “no” to me,
but it didn’t force me to say “no” to him instead.
I just enjoyed looking at his back.
He, who used to allow his back only to me,
now only allows his back to me.
My heart which used to flutter at the thought he might look back,
is now doing so more out of fear than excitement.
he allows me his back in my dream,
and I thank him for that.
No words can express how much I love this Chuno review by Zhaoul from kdramadreamer
Originally posted on kdramadreamer:
Welcome to the world of Chuno (The Slave Hunters). It’s a world that you enter into rather than just sitting and watching a drama. You get engrossed in their world. It’s a painful world, full of disappointment and anguish. Not an ideal world. A world where everything can change at the drop of a hat. One minute noble, next minute slave – One minute slave, next minute noble, then boom! Dead. Noble to slave hunter – Happiness to sorrow. This is a cruel world, but my heart was captured by it. It was captured in a way that I could imagine myself a part of this world, as cruel as it is. It’s not often that a drama truly haunts me afterwards – Where the remnant memories of what I witness follow me and truly affect me. Truthfully, my heart was captured by Dae-gil, the Slave Hunter. The beauty and pain of his character is unparallelled with anything else I’ve ever seen. This drama is brilliant with impeccable acting, amazing cinematography and complex characters. A must watch for anyone who has the courage to be taken on a journey of the Slave Hunters. Once you start, there’s not turning back. You must see it through until the end. I would be very shocked to hear if you didn’t sob.
Posted in Reviews, Chuno - The Slave Hunters (2010)
Tagged Action, Chuno, Daegil, Drama, Jang Hyuk, korean actor, Korean Drama, Lee Da Hae, Oh Ji Ho, The Slave Hunters
Ahjussi Fan is now the Queen of the screen caps too Thank you for these AF!
Originally posted on Ahjussi Fan:
The not so busy me got nothing to do so I decided to screencap “Thorn teaser 1″. Lets feast our eyes with the beautiful Teacher Junki.
Don’t look at her like that. She’s dangerous. You’ll regret it
Just focus on the beautiful man
The character played by Jo BoA seems to be fatally attracted to Jang Hyuk’s Joon Ki in Thorn. I’m sorry but I can’t say I blame the girl…