Wednesday, October 13, 2010
[Preview] Playful Kiss / Mischievous Kiss Episode 13 shorter preview
Translation can be found here.
My brain has just exploded into a million pieces.
So the kiss is gonna be in episode 13??? YES! I don't have to wait another agonizing day to watch it.. lalalala *happy PK fan*
I was suddenly reminded of hyung saying to his fans "If you leave oppa because of this, oppa's gonna be mad!" during the 'We Got Married' episode where Hwangbo had to kiss him (and that's only on the cheek!) as according to her mission.. LOL.
No wonder those fangirls who wrote about the kiss in the rain said that they feel frozen watching the scene. It's hot hot hot!!! I dunno how many times I'll be rewinding the 3rd kiss part. Even the much shorter 2nd kiss part got my rewind button on overdrive. Am I a pervert?? haha
Tomorroooooowwwww.. o o o o ...tomorrooooooooowwww ~ *giddy with anticipation*
My thoughts on the preview:
A lot of people have been complaining of how Hani is being spineless and indecisive and a threat to feminism (I doubt Hani even understands the concept of being a feminist in the first place) by molding her dream into something that only complements anything Seung Jo's gonna do in the future.
Aren't they forgetting something important? Seung Jo wants to be a doctor, an ambition inspired by Hani. Then isn't it beautiful that Hani wants to be a nurse to support Seung Jo's ambition? These two.. it's not just Hani orbiting Seung Jo.. at this point in their (still platonic) relationship, they've started to orbit each other.
Without even sleeping together despite the abundant opportunities (staying under the same roof, Hani sleeping over at Seung Jo's apartment), they have so closely entangled their lives it's difficult to separate the Seung Jo that Hani has helped forge and the Hani that Seung Jo has helped create. Why should such closeness be equaled to suffocation? Hani is his oxygen, as much as he is hers. Without one, the other cannot be alive.
Isn't it amazing that being in love is to become a self that depends on the existence of your loved one in order to live a life full of joy and contentment? If anyone denies this, then he/she has never completely abandoned him/herself to love. Which is not wrong, nor is it right. It's just that it's not the only way to treat love, and therefore it is also not your place to scorn how somebody else treats his or her love.
Despite watching the previous drama versions and the original anime, I've never understood the love story of these two people. I'm glad the Korean version was made. I appreciate this story now.
Looking forward to the next episodes ~