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1. Cute Style Of course Yoonie and Kang Min Hyuk are hot, but they're just so good at being cute! Everything from their eye smiles to their facial expressions screams "cute!" So if you prefer guys with similar adorable qualities over everything else, then you've found your guy style! 2. Eccentric Style Maybe Jang Keun Suk and Lee Hong Ki aren't the hottest, or most handsome guys in the world (super hot to me!) but they've got personality! Their personal style is out of this world and their minds are too. So if you tend to go for the dudes who possibly live in a kaleidoscope then you're all about the "eccentric style." 3. Guy Next Door Style Guys like Song Joong Ki and Lee Seung Gi represent the kind of guy who is handsome, and hot, but not intimidating to be around. They're the down to earth types you can easily bring home to meet the parentals. 4. Under Weight Model Style Like Lee Jong Suk and No Min Woo, these guys are tall with runway model looks. This involves good looking faces mixed with a lack of body fat. If you like guys with long legs who are thinner than you, and think this is a perfect male body type, well then this is your style! 5. Dongsaeng (younger) Style CNU of B1A4 and Jongup of B.A.P are guys in their early 20's who not only look good physically, but have a trendy fashion style. Some people just like younger guys because, well, they look good and for otherrr reasons. If you're one who tends to always gravitate towards the younger ones, well then you're a "Dongsaeng Killer" and this is your style. No judgement here, embrace that cradle, but not before you're sure it's of legal age! 6. Sexy and Mysterious Style Kim Jae Wook and Choi Jin Hyuk are perfect examples of this style! When you first see them you're all like yeah he's hot but wait, why is he looking at me like he's gonna stab me?! Then you find yourself being attracted to not knowing if this guy is a good guy or a bad guy. If you're all about dating guys with suspect looks, well then sexy and mysterious is your style! 7. Older and Refined Style Kim Joo Hyuk and Bae Yong Jun represent the handsome, well established older man. He's got it all together, is charming, successful and only gets better looking with age. If you're all about stability and maybe a real conversation with substance, then this is the style for you! 8. Pretty Boy Style Jaejoong and Nu'est's Ren represent the "pretty boy." These are the guys who posses looks that put most girls to shame. They are, in most cases, prettier than girls, and may even enjoy a lot of the same things as girls, such as Hello Kitty. They are confident, and comfortable with their sexuality, and usually don't need to be told they're attractive because they already know this. Obsessed with facial features? Cool with dating guys prettier than you? Well then these guys just might be your style! 9. Flower Boy/Perfect 10 Style Kim Soo Hyun and Lee Min Ho represent the guys who were just born with perfect genes. They're tall, not too thin, not overly muscular, have facial features that register "attractive" whether or not you're physically attracted to them. They represent the men suits were made for. If you're all about the clean cut, well put together types, then this is the style for you. +1 10. Gym Rat Style Rain and Taecyeon represent all the guys who make fitness a major part of their life. They have chocolate abs, great back lines and amazing arms. Their faces may not be absolutely to die for by industry standards (or your standards), but who's really looking at it anyway when they've got bodies like that!? This is your style if a great body trumps the rest!
If BTS Were in Boys Over Flowers
Now, I think there are a lot of things wrong with the plot of BoF (mainly the boys treat Jan-di like crap) but its still funto imagine it as a less problematic drama. Here's who I'd cast! Gu Jun Pyo - Suga The leader of the F4 and heir to the Shinhwa Group, one of the biggest companies in South Korea. He is hot-tempered and believes that there is nothing that money can't buy. Though he's unable to express his feelings, deep down, he has a heart of gold. He torments Jan-di after she stands up to his bullying ways, but ends up falling in love with her and will do anything to protect her. Yoon Ji Hoo - V A member of the F4 and the grandson of a former president of Korea. He has a driving phobia after being involved in a car accident that killed his parents and left him the only survivor. He is initially in love with his childhood friend Seo-hyun, who helped him overcome his social anxiety. Calm and gentle, his musical talent catches Jan-di's attention and she begins to develop feelings for him. So Yi Jung - Jungkook A member of the F4 and a skilled potter. His family owns the country's biggest art museum. After losing his first love to his brother, he becomes a Casanova. He eventually changes his playboy ways when he realizes that he likes Ga-eul. Song Woo Bin A member of the F4, his family runs the country's largest construction company, which Woo-bin later admits has strong connections to organized crime. However, he has excellent business sense and is very charismatic. He's a super nice guy that happens to be a gangster lol and of course RM, Jin, and Jimin are the dad, mom, and little brother :) How would you cast BOF?
10 classic K-dramas that almost had totally different stars
As we watch our favorite K-dramas, it can be hard to imagine anyone else acting in the starring roles. However, some of the biggest K-dramas could have been very different if they had gone with their initial casting choices. Here are a few big K-dramas that had very different casting possibilities: 1. Jang Geun Suk instead of Lee Min Ho in Boys over Flowers That's right. The role of Jun Pyo almost went to Jang Geun Suk, but he rejected it in favor of his role in Beethoven Virus. It's possible that the popularity of Boys over Flowers encouraged Jang Geun Suk to take the lead in You're Beautiful. 2. Kim Ah Joong instead of Yoon Eun Hye in Coffee Prince Kim Ah Joong had received a script for Coffee Prince, but she turned down the role because she couldn't cut her hair due to an ongoing contract with a shampoo company. 3. Jung Yong Hwa instead of Kim Woo Bin in Heirs Yong Hwa rejected the bad boy role in Heirs because he felt that starring in another high school role opposite Park Shin Hye would be too similar to past roles. Instead, he took the second lead in Marry Him If You Dare. 4. Jang Hyuk instead of Hyun Bin in Secret Garden In spite of the massive success of the series, Jang Hyuk has stated that he doesn't regret dropping out of the role because it didn't suit him. 5. Won Bin instead of Jo In Sung in That Winter, the Wind Blows The popular melodrama was supposed to be Won Bin's comeback drama, but he eventually rejected the role, which went to Jo In Sung instead. 6. Lee Joon Ki instead of Lee Min Ho in Faith Lee Joon Ki was originally cast in the lead role, but filming overlapped with his enlistment date, so he dropped out of the drama. 7. Song Joong Ki instead of Kim Soo Hyun in The Moon that Embraces the Sun Joong Ki was offered the role, but he declined because he felt that it was too similar to his role in Tree with Deep Roots. Park Yoochun also declined the role. 8. Moon Geun Young instead of Han Ga In in The Moon that Embraces the Sun Reportedly, Moon Geun Young was the first pick for the lead in this same drama, but her production company refused the role because they feared it wouldn't be popular. 9. Cha Seung Won instead of Jang Dong Gun in A Gentleman's Dignity Cha Seung Won has reportedly rejected offers for several big roles, including the leader of the F-40. 10. Lee Jung Jae instead of Rain in Full House When Lee Jung Jae dropped out of Full House to prepare for the movie Typhoon, it allowed Rain to get his big acting break.
10 Kdrama catch phrases we just can't stop saying - Part II
6. "Yes, Chef!" - Seo Yoo-Kyung from Pasta Really catchy, and it gets stuck in your head up to the point where you will eventually start imitating her too...YES CHEF! 7. "My Chan~~ my Chan~~" - Jin Ha-Rim from Coffee Prince It's really sweet how he gives Eun-Chan that nickname, and it's pretty catchy too <3 You totally wished someone could call you like that too :3 *hint hint* it pops out after 30sec ;) 8. "You have a message! You have a message!" - Gil Ra Im in Kim Joo Won's body from Secret Garden THE CUTEST THING EVA!!! Seriously, who can't help but repeat it after seeing this face say it >//< 9. "Cause I'm Dok Go Jin!" - Dok Go Jin fromThe Greatest Love It's not just what he says, but how he says it...he was such an AMAZING CHARACTER!! Dok Go Jin, we all miss you~~~ Here's a clip to revive our memories... 10. 'Kim Su Han Mu' Poem - Kim Joo Won from Secret Garden Everyone better admit it; you've all tried to say that entire line at least once in your life. I'll admit, I actually had it memorized! However, this line wasn't really something I could use on a day-to-day basis sooooooo it's kind of gone...a shame really :'( Here is a copy of the line anyway. See if you can try and memorize it too (if you have nothing else better to do that is hehe) "Kim Soo Han Moo Geo Bukgi Wa Doo Roo Mi Sam Cheon Gab Sa Dong Bang Sark Chi Chi Ka Po Sa Ri Sa Ri Sen Ta Weo Ri Weo Ri Se BBu Ri Ka Moo Doo Sel La Goo Roomi Heo Ri Kae In Dam Byeo Rak Seo Sang Won eh Go Yang ee Ba Du Ki Neun Dol Dol ee…" All right there it is, my top ten for you guys! So, let me know in the comments what other unforgettable lines do you remember from the K-dramas you have watched :)
3 Mini K-Dramas You Should Check Out
Hello the following dramas are mini dramas which are significantly shorter than regular dramas!! Last Minute Romance: Episodes: 10 (15 minute episodes) Aired: October 23rd, 2017 - November 3rd, 2017 Genre: Comedy, Romance, Angst Main Cast: Han Seung Yeon, Lee Seo Won MyDramaList's Synopsis: "Other than being obsessed with top-star celebrities, Baek Se lives a relatively normal life, until she receives a diagnosis of terminal illness. Despite having tragic moments in her life as an orphan and having a terminal illness, she has a optimistic personality and works as part of the staff team in a suicide prevention counseling center. After she receives her diagnosis, she begins a contract relationship with Lee Seo Won’s character DongJoon, who also happens to resemble her celebrity crush." (Source) Watch Drama Here: DramaFever Someone You May Know: Also Known As: People You May Know (or) Someone Noticeable Episodes: 10 (15 minute episodes) Aired: July 31st, 2017 - August 11th, 2017 Genre: Life, Melodrama, Romance, Drama, Angst Main Cast: Choi Soo Young, Lee Won Geun, Shim Hee Sub MyDramaList's Synopsis: "This short drama centers around how modern society looks up people on social media. It will tackle the issue of how you can know the people around you but not actually know yourself. Part of a series of short dramas." (Source) Watch Drama Here: DramaFever Nightmare Teacher: Also Known As: Nightmare High Episodes: 12 (15 minute episodes) Aired: March 14th, 2016 - March 31st, 2016 Genre: Suspense, Mystery, School, Supernatural Main Cast: Kim So Hyun, Lee Min Hyuk (BtoB), Uhm Ki Joon MyDramaList's Synopsis: "Ye Rim, is the pretty class president. She looks perfect from all angles with her attractive appearance and top grades. Once she notices that something strange is going on, she takes action to uncover the mysteries of her school." (Source) Watch Drama Here: Viki All three of them were really good! Be sure to check them out! If you'd like to be tagged in any of my k-drama/actor stuff please let me know! K-Drama Taglist: @KendraReeve @travelloveskin @MelissaGarza @KpopIsPleasing