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Descendants of the Sun .. Nationwide=38.8%, Seoul=41.6%. Seoul Peak Rating=46.6%. Nationwide=35.3%, Seoul=40.5%.
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nationwide viewership was 13.9 percent, while Seoul was 15.9 percent, She Was Pretty.
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nationwide rating of 17.9 percent, Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo
Oh my Venus,Nationwide, Seoul, Nationwide, Seoul. 2015-11-16, 01, 7.4 (19th), 8.6 (15th), 7.4 (21st), 8.1 (19th).
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FIVE Philosophical Anime Quotes
Aside from the amazing art, story, and fan service, avid fans adore the lessons learned from their favorite characters. A lot of the times, other people just don't understand what it is that draws us to what they consider childish cartoons. And for us, we cringe at the sound of that. Well, for one, anime series usually have a deeper meaning that's filled with fantasy, scifi, and everything creatively in between. This importantly goes for dialogue as well. Here are just 5 of many quotes I pulled from some of your favorite anime characters. By all means, comment with some of your favorite anime quotes. Wolf's Rain "Dying or getting killed isn’t something unnatural. Living aimlessly without a purpose is." - Kiba Kiba is hard headed. But completely right. What's the point of living if your life isn't yours to control? Life is hard and it's too easy to give up. But when you have a sense of purpose, your mind is focused and you evolve as an individual. Nana "I always thought that life was about standing your ground, no matter how strong the current was. But going with the flow isn’t so bad after all. As long as it takes you forward." - Osaki Nana Two girls with the same name but are complete polar opposites share an apartment together, but they end up becoming the best of friends. I love it when characters discover new ways to invigorate their state of mind. And Nana definitely isn't closed minded about anything. Sometimes looking at things from a different perspective can lead you to what you're seeking. Cowboy Bebop "Man always thinks about the past before he dies, as if he were frantically searching for proof that he truly lived." - Jet Black Jet, although not the main character, still delivers great lessons to be learned. Especially from his two partners who seem to be very lackluster in doing things. Jet understands what it is to be human and to live a fulfilling life. Code Geass "We wondered what happiness would look like if we could give it a physical form? If I'm not mistaken, I think it was Suzaku who said that the shape of happiness might resemble glass. His reasoning made sense. He said that even though you don't usually notice it, it's still definitely there. You merely have to change your point of view slightly, and that glass will sparkle when it reflects the light. I doubt that anything could argue its existence more eloquently." I can quote this anime all day! This one is sometimes overlooked. But the message is definitely deep. Friendship is how a lot of us stick together. We laugh, cry, and even get upset at each other. But no matter what, they're still there to help you up. Being able to relate friendship to a physical form is genius and beautiful. Fullmetal Alchemist "Stand up and walk. Move on. After all, you have two perfect legs to stand on." - Edward Elric Coming from a boy who lost an arm and a leg, there's no excuse not to pick yourself up and keep moving forward.
The 10 Hottest Kdrama moments without a kiss
We've already celebrated the 10 hottest Kdrama kisses, but coming few and far between, those kisses aren’t what really fuel the majority of the romances in our favorite dramas. The episodes leading up to the big explosion of passion are often filled with sweet moments of tender romance that make our stomachs do somersaults and keep us pushing the “next episode” button. So, now that the weather’s getting cold, let’s celebrate some of these heart-warming moments, shall we? There are so many to choose from, but here are a few of the top tender Kdrama moments: 1.The blow dryer, Personal Taste Sure, it’s kind of impractical and inconvenient, but I’m pretty sure that most Kdrama fans would jump at the chance to have Lee Min Ho blow dry their hair. Oh, and then he gets mesmerized by her neck. Win-win-win-win-win. 2.The flowers, Full House Rain’s character in Full House wasn't always the best at expressing his feelings (okay, that's a major understatement). In fact, when he sends 105 flowers to Ji Eun, she initially asks if it's a symptom of food poisoning. His advance apology flowers show her that he doesn't want to hurt her, and they share a sweet, argument-free moment surrounded by roses. I'm sure I wasn't the only one who wanted to strangle Hye Won when she barged in on the party! 3. The sewing scene, Marry Him If You Dare See, kids? Basic household chores can be fun! This sweet moment gives Mi Rae a glimpse of Kim Shin's inner kindness, and it almost makes the existence of that horrific dress forgivable. Almost. 4. The measurements, Arang and the Magistrate Whoa. Apparently, sewing is the sexiest activity in the world. Who knew? Nothing even really happens in this scene, and it still had me clutching my heart. 5. The phone booth, Queen In Hyun's Man This show was basically one gigantic montage of awwwww-worthy moments, but one that sticks out to me (aside from the fantastic tip-toe kiss, obviously) is when they get caught inside their special phone booth in the rain. The rain goes on and on and on, but they don't mind snuggling and making plans to tour the world together. 6. Reading out loud, The Master's Sun I'm kind of a sucker for people reading anything together, even if they're just legal documents. Even more than that, this scene was symbolic of the growing trust between Gong Sil and Joong Won. He trusted her with his biggest weakness. In return, she was late to her big date with Kang Woo. 7. The library notes, Sungkyunkwan Scandal Love notes inside library books. LIBRARY BOOKS! Alskdfskdhfgfegf. SO MUCH EMOTION. This is every nerd's secret dream. 8. The tango, Scent of a Woman Possibly the hottest non-kissing scene in the history of all Kdrama. Ji Wook uses the tango to prove Yeon Jae's feelings for him, and by the end, I'm pretty sure none of us have any doubts. 9. Cooking lessons, Dating Agency: Cyrano I have a major case of second male lead syndrome when it comes to this show. I can't help it. But who can resist scenes like this one? Yet another mundane chore turned awesome by the power of chemistry. 10. The beach, Goong It feels like it took eleventy bagillion years for the main leads to get together in this series. This short scene of the couple frolicking on the beach was a much-needed break from the palace tension to remind us that this couple really was falling in love. Even as I type this, I can think of about 20 more scenes that I could include on this list. There are just so many good ones to choose from! Which sweet Kdrama moments captured your heart? Comment below! Vivi is an unapologetic Korean drama addict and blogger. She blogs with her Kdrama best friend Coco at Kdrama Fighting! In her free time, she likes to bring her commentary to the DramaFever crowd.
Netflix Anime Stock
So I don't know about everyone else here in the community, but personally, I'm a really lazy type of anime nerd. Like, I want to watch so many animes, all the time, but I am too lazy to always go looking to find them. I'm sure there are a couple other lazy folks here on Vingle who feel the same way. Folks who just want to sit down and relax with Netflix, and know what is available to them. I didn't see a comprehensive list of what is available in terms of anime on Netflix, so I decided to assemble this list for everyone. List of Anime available on Netflix: Arpeggio of Blue Steel Attack on Titan Black Butler Bleach Blue Exorcist Deadman Wonderland Death Note The Devil is A Part-Timer! Eureka 7 Fairy Tail Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works Fate/Zero Freezing Freezing vibration Fullmetal Alchemist Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet Gurren Lagann Heaven's Lost Property HunterXHunter Ikki Tousen: Great Guardians Ikki Tousen: Xtreme Xecutor Inuyasha The Irregular at Magic High School K Kill la Kill Knights of Sidonia Koutoura-san Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne Magi: The Kingdom of Magic Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic Moribito: The Guardian of the Spirit Mushi-Shi My Little Monster NANA Naruto Noragami Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan: Demon Capital Ouran High School Host CLub Psycho-Pass Puella Magi Madoka Magica Red Data Girl Rosario + Vampire Saint Seiya: The Hades Chapter Samurai Champloo Samurai Flamenco Silver Spoon Soul Eater Sword Art Online Vampire Knight
EXO News
Hello there EXO Suho is going to be the male lead for the new Chinese-Korean drama 'How Are You Bread' ! This drama is a fantasy romance about a guy name Han Do Woo (Suho), a genius patissier who makes special bread that can make people's wishes come true and a female variety show writer name No Mi Rae! Here is what the producers had to say: "Even though Suho was busy, his preparation for the drama through his passion for acting and the drama was amazing. He'll be showing his side as the male lead of a melodrama through this." 'How Are You Bread' will start airing in Korea and China in the second half of the year and Suho will start filming soon! :) (Credit to Allkpop) http://www.allkpop.com/article/2016/04/exos-suho-cast-as-the-male-lead-for-chinese-korean-drama-how-are-you-bread EXO D.O is confirmed to be in the new drama 'With God' ! SM Entertainment told 'TV Daily', "D.O has been cast as Won Il Byung in the movie 'With God'. This drama is based on a webtoon about grim reapers interfering in human lives, when they are not allowed to. By the way, popular Korean stars, Ha Jung Woo, Cha Tae Hyun, Joo Ji Hoon, and Ma Dong Suk have already been cast in the movie! 'With God' will start airing in the second half of the year! :) (Credit to Allkpop) http://www.allkpop.com/article/2016/04/do-confirmed-for-movie-with-god I'm so glad to see that Suho is finally going to act in a drama! I can't wait to see him act! :) I know he is going to do great! 'How Are You Bread' sounds like a really awesome drama :D By this drama being a fantasy romance, I know it's going to be a very fun-loving drama. ♡ I love seeing D.O in dramas because he is an amazing actor! I know 'With God' is going to automatically be a great drama because it's different; it's dealing with grim reapers! lol so it's going to be very interesting! I'm looking forward to both dramas and I'm very happy for them :) Suho & D.O oppa fighting!! ♡♡♡♡ Who's excited?! *KpopINT does not own any of these photos or gif. Reporter @parktaemi KPopINT Chairs: @bbyitskatie @MichelleIbarra @Sailynn KpopINT Fam: @amobigbang @daniimals @elaynethtrumpet @Gaarita100 @JohnEvans @Insfired @KpopBeat @krystalrikpop @LenaBlackRose @LexiMintkgtopty @ParkHwaYoung @reyestiny93 @Stefany17 @tayunnie Tagging more of my fam @mercii @kpopandkimchi @ercurrent @PrincessUnicorn @roxy1903 @yongsongmi @sarangseoltang @nnatalieg @allobaber @creetheotaku @poojas @lextay327 @veronicaartino @deniecesuit @beckah1327 @mellyortiz @nicolejolly @drummergirl691 @crystalguerra @carleB @eliseB @raquelarredondo @erinee @sarahdarwish @xxygxx @jennyyang143 @geetanjalirao @toppdogg @donnalykaroxas @aegyoxprincess @ninjamidori @hayleyyates @ayannawelch @yaya12 @ladeda7 @maddie27 @danamichelle @brisalopez @aliciazitting88 @sashalove @shadowcyrmbbcl @neoisrealo @taisa @sabrinasakura @kpossible4250 @topstarlight @jjrockstar @marisamusic @izzy987 @shinoyuki @starbell808 @maricelvaromero @sugamint @thetrillestkid @stephaniepoore @nicolejolly @polarstarr @pamelapenaloza @lexxcisco @rebeccalondon @vickyle @JiyongLeo  @JinsPrincess @KaeliShearer @JadeOwens @BBxGD KpopINT tag list: @krystalrikpop @DamarisCisneros @KDSnKJH @ortizwendy17 @MelissaGarza @FannyWard @StefaniTre @Kieuseru @GDsGF @Sammie99522 @izabelpillado @drummergirl691 @P1B2Bear @LizaNightshade @ScarletMermaid @AnaP @ArhenBurris @CallMeMsDragon @AyameTenchu @Pickles440 @VeronicaArtino @aliahwhbmida @ShinoYuki @ShyrllBorden @TiffanyBibian @Jasminep96 @ESwee @CloverShadows @mellyortiz @ekahjw @moonchild03 @NykeaKing @AubriePope @maldonadosonia1@monikad @mycreativename @AaliyahNewbell @Swhitta @Jasminep96 @xxkkarlah @jenjenkhreim @JessicaVang @SatinSkies @BluBear07 @ninjamidori @CamrynCherry @Jinnyrod3 @MadAndrea @imiebegay14
Are ‘Faith’ and ‘Arang and the Magistrate’ Putting Lee Joon Gi and Lee Min Ho to Good Use?
MBC’s Arang and the Magistrate and SBS’ Faith, both of which have gathered great interest as the comeback pieces of hallyu stars Lee Joon Gi and Lee Min Ho, actually haven’t been doing very well. In viewership ratings, the situation isn’t too bad, because both have been garnering a little over 10 percent, but most of the viewers in that 10 percent say that they’re just watching because of Lee Joon Gi and Lee Min Ho, not because the dramas are any good. The dramas’ viewer boards are covered with posts reading, ‘When is Lee Min Ho going to play a part? Kim Hee Sun, Ryu Deok Hwan and Choi Min Soo seem to have more weight’ and ‘Lee Joon Gi just chases after Shin Min Ah’s coattails; I think this drama should be titled “Arang” and not Arang and the Magistrate.’ Viewers agree that they watch because they like the leads, but the quality of the dramas don’t live up to their leads’ names. Viewers say that the problem with Arang and the Magistrate and Faith is that they are either too unfriendly or too friendly. It is true that Arang and the Magistrate is supposed to be a mystery drama, but it has been throwing out too many unanswered questions and no clues, only leaving viewers confused and cutting off any hopes of solving the mystery. The most recent third and fourth episodes contained many questions, but the story progressed so slowly that no clues were uncovered. How Arang (Shin Min Ah) died, why the Great Jade Emperor (Yoo Seung Ho) and the King of the Underworld (Park Joon Kyu) are listening closely to Arang’s story or how Arang is related to the incident that occurred 400 years ago still remain as big unanswered mysteries. On top of that, the drama continues to pile up on the questions, such as what it is Moo Young (Han Jung Su) regrets in his past life, why Joo Wal (Yeon Woo Jin) needs to deliver young girls to a mysterious woman at the full moon or why Lord Choi (Kim Yong Gun) is at odds with his foster son Joo Wal. There are even more mysteries outside of the obvious stated in the drama, such as how Arang’s body managed to survive in the earth without decay, how Eun Oh (Lee Joon Gi) can see ghosts and fight so well even though he’s not a shaman and why Arang has Eun Oh’s mother’s hairpin or why Lee Seo Rim’s body doesn’t. Viewers have said, ‘I think Lee Joon Gi’s talent is being wasted. He’s just chasing Arang around, and he has less character than even those other supporting roles’, ‘Lee Joon Gi just seems to be Arang’s romantic partner. The magistrate is nowhere to be seen; there’s only Arang’, ‘Please don’t sell this overseas in Lee Joon Gi’s name’ and ‘The story is so slow.’ Faith, on the other hand, has been put under fire for opposite reasons. The drama is said to be too repetitive in its attempts to be friendly. Although the real main character is Kim Hee Sun’s ‘doctor from the heavens,’ most viewers watch the drama to see Lee Min Ho. Nevertheless, the only thing the Goryeo warrior Choi Young, who Lee Min Ho plays, has done so far is get stabbed with knives, fall down and get up again. Explanations of each character pop up too often in flashbacks, making the main story too boring. The third and fourth episodes used 20 minutes each to explain why King Gong Min (Ryu Deok Hwan) and Princess No Guk (Park Se Young) are so cold toward each other and why Choi Young doesn’t want to live anymore. Viewers took to the boards to point out, ‘Is this really a 10 billion won drama?’, ‘The cameo Choi Min Soo looked more like the lead than Lee Min Ho’ and ‘The animations and awkward special effects cover up Lee Min Ho’s acting.’ Will Arang and the Magistrate and Faith be able to put their male leads to proper use and grab the attention of their viewers anytime soon? Viewers can only hope. Photo credit: MBC, SBS
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