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I am building a new home which is practically the same as this one although I am trying to make it better than this, hopefully. I will still continue writing for this one…hahaha…I know I have not written any lately…too many distractions!

However, my new home is at http://asiandramaaddict.com or you just simply click here.

It may be down sometimes because I am still trying to organize and fix things. The whole COFFEE PRINCE recaps are already there and I am on the process of trasnferring HANA KIMI. I am painstakingly transferring the posts manually for God knows why… it will take too many hours for me to tell you all about it anyway you are all invited to go over there…I hope I can fix it before the month ends…

See yah!

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I never thought Korean paparrazi can be so persistent even to the point of almost harrassing the stars who paid their last respect to Eon. I was so shocked that some of them are so into the faces of Lee Eon’s friends and colleagues when they went to the funeral house.

Maybe they are all are used to it since no one seemed to be offended and nobody tried removing them from the place. Anyway, just like you I wanted to see who went there and…I was quite glad that he had so many friends who visited him and to see him off.

Here are some of the photos:

Gong Yoo holding Eon's Tablet; Yoon Eun Hye Crying

More of Eon’s Coffee Prince Friends

Photos credited as labeled

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Coffee Prince lovable Min Yeop died Thursday due to a motorbike accident.

I thought it was from a drama episode…I saw a picture of Yoon Eun Hye crying…maybe it’s from a new drama but sadly, it’s real life…he’s dead.

Still very young…27! His acting career was just starting to take off…maybe God has a different plan for him.

I would always remember his innocent child like smile in Coffee Prince. Thanks for making me laugh Min Yeop…

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I really can’t contain my excitement and my happiness. This is a great day for all YEH fans out there.

Our girl won!!! And the youngest in the history.

YOON EUN HYE – BEST ACTRESS, TV DRAMA – 44TH BAEKSANG ARTS AWARDS, 2008.

For her role as Go Eun Chan in the successful TV Drama, 1st Shop of the Coffee Prince.

I do not do this often but I will do a YEHpicspamming today in tribute to the Beautiful, Talented, Charismatic And Inspirational, Ex-Baby V.O.X Member to Queen of Drama, Forever Our Young Girl Warrior!

At the red carpet…

Photog’s Area before going in

Second row with CP’s PD and LSG…

That is LSG on her left and CP’s PD Lee on her right…

She could not believe her name was announced as the winner…

The humble and down to earth girl seemed so embarrassed to be announced as the winner…Go Girl!

She was overwhelmed by this recognition…

It was so unexpected that a girl so young and fairly new in the acting department having only three TV drama series to back her up bagged the much coveted award…but she did it!

The tears kept on streaming down her lovely eyes…

more tears…

more as in more tears…

Now I am crying too…

 GO EUN CHAN, GO EUN CHAN, GO EUN CHAN!!!

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I am a certified CP addict (as if you don’t know yet) and I just want to share these video clips with you:

I know most of you have seen them already but if you are as addicted as I am you won’t mind me posting them in here and as if I need anyone’s permission ha ha ha…I just love this series so much.

Videos are not mine. They are from youtube users. Click them and you’ll find who created them.

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MBC Awards are slated this December and the Coffee Prince addicts can’t help but get crazy as they all are, I mean, as we all are anticipating the number of awards they will get that night. I am pretty sure that the traffic for the online streaming on that day will be super hot and the bufferings will be way too much but that will not discourage the fans from watching it live.

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I will  camp over the MBC sites just to be able to get a glimpse of my Kyul and my Chan. I hope they win something and give us all a fitting end for a very magical series. From the director to the actors down to the production people, they all deserve to be recognized for a job well done.

Some people are amazed of CP’s effect on its fans. I can cite all the reasons why but I dont think this post will ever end. There is also the great chemistry between the leading actors. If you do some research on the personal lives of Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye and believe what was written about them (although quite limited and most are rumors), it is quite obvious that they don’t have anything to do with each other in the real world (i can be mistaken, i hope i am) but no one can deny the sizzling hot chemistry that those two got.

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It is quite amazing how people were so affected by their characters and was able to relate well with them. During and after the series was aired, a lot of viewers became instant fans of the two, me included. They are such good actors that you somehow kinda hope there is something going on between them off screen.

To those who already are CP addicts, you already know the feeling right? To those who haven’t watch it yet, go to your nearest DVD store and buy it or check out video sharing sites on the net and prepare yourselves to be mesmerized by Han Kyul and Eun Chan then get addicted to his YOOness and YEHness.

I promise you, its one series that will leave you asking for more. There are fans who wanted a sequel and there are those who wanted it to end just like that and be considered a classic in the future.

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The idea of seeing HK and EC again on screen bickering and kissing makes my heart go nuts but then again I fear it will ruin the magic of CP. The way the director ended the series gave its fans the chance of making their own parts two’s and three’s and that, my friends, is the reason why we kept on dreaming about it.

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Music played a big part on my asian drama series addiction. The way it was scored, when to inject in the music may it be with lyrics or just plain instrumental can make the whole scenario more heart gripping or make you giddy with anticipation and…yeah…even if the actors are so over/under acting.

I cannot remember how many times in the past that the opening credits music alone was the one responsible for making me sit and try to watch a new drama series that some already placed on the ‘not to watch’ pile even if you have nothing better to do. I confess I am a certified music lover and OST’s are such a joy for me to listen to and help me in my everyday musings.

One kdrama that I have come to love in the past because of its beautiful musical scoring was Soulmate. Of course, it also helped that Shin Dong Wook is such a cutie and I like the story. I  have said in the past that anything with destiny and fate never fails to woo my romantic heart.

The song,  C’mon Through by Lasse Lindh is  just right for it. For those who’ve watched it already, I know you know where I am coming from, right? The window scene in the restaurant while SDW is sitting and Lee Soo Kyung is passing by outside with an umbrella while rain is pouring down and of course the phone conversation, the random dialling. I can’t help but sigh and sigh.

Here’s the music video if you want to relive the moments: (more…)

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