If you are an avid “Running Man” fan, you may have noticed ever since Jeon So Min joined the show, she and Lee Kwang Soo have been entertaining the crowds with their constant bickering and fighting. Dubbed as “The Tiger Moth Couple” by the show and the “Betrayers Couple” or “Kwangmin Couple” by the fans, the rest of the Running Man members cannot tell whether they are involved in their own “loveline” that only they care about or if they are more like siblings, but the truth is that the addition of Jeon So Min’s crazy character to the cast has brought the perfect contrast to Lee Kwang Soo’s .
Let’s take a look at a few moments that prove these two are a perfect variety match.
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Long time no see, readers. It has been a while. Without getting personal, this last year has been hectic for me, which has had some consequences on my TV habits. I am no longer able to keep up with television weekly, so I have been stuck on what to write about, because I rarely consume western media anymore.
Key word: western.
Continue reading ““Dramaworld”: A Year Later, or What Happens After You Become An Addict To Kdramas”
Being a daydreamer is part of a fangirl’s DNA. We’re conditioned to get lost in our fictional worlds even after the episode ends, we finish the book or we finish watching the movie. Those characters belong in our brains now and have taken a seat, ready to be put in whatever situations we want them to. Many tend to put those thoughts into fanfic, others into fanart, others write meta posts about them and some simply prefer to randomly daydream about what would happen if their favorite characters met differently or what would they do in different situations. A fangirl’s brain is rich, complicated and imaginative, so of course the thought “what would happen if I was a character in this fictional work?” has gone through many minds.
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