this not-so-recent drama is about a girl who pretended to be her twin brother and joined a band in his place, the girl character is a bit annoying sometimes..but Hwang Tae-Kyeong is my type of guy all the way.
the priceless thing is his 'muncung'..gwiyeo..and his hair ;)
i've just finished watching Queen Seon-deok, and it is by far the best drama. It was about the first Queen of Silla (one of the three kingdoms of ancient Korea). It was the time when everyone believed in mystical occurrences and did everything according to those beliefs. That was the reason the king had to send away one of his daughters when his queen gave birth to a pair of princess - fearing that the Sealkeeper Mi Shil will expose the twins, dethrone his queen and kick them out of the palace. It was due to one ancient prophecy.
The abandoned Princess Deok Man (Lee Yo Won) was raised by a maid and grew up to be a wise girl amidst books and knowledges of foreign lands - she's able to read and speak in different languages. At 15 years of age, she went to search for her true identity after being pursued by a man who wanted to capture her. She then became a Nangdo and served under Hwarang Yu Sin (one of the knights), before being discovered as the princess.
That was the starting point of her struggle for power against Mi Shil who have been vying for the throne for decades.
Mi Shil and the Hwarang
This is the Captain of Royal Guardsmen, former Hwarang Alcheon (Lee Seung Hyo)
There's also the sad love story of Princess Deok Man when she became the reigning Queen and Bi-dam (Kim Nam Gil), the only guy whom she could lean on.
maybe i should just leave the front digit behind and say i'm 4 y.o this year done in a sugary sweet voice while clutching the hem of my cute dress with one hand and a lolly in another :p
i'm always scared of growing up since forever. i'll think of the people older than me and see the differences between me and them, especially attitude-wise. i'll feel like there's this HUGE gap in the middle, even for those who are just one year older. they seemed to be better in everything, and i'm not. it's like i'd need years and years to catch up with them.
but whenever i turn one year older, i felt the same as before. it's like nothing changed much. but now, looking back at those years when i was clumsy and childish, and knowing next to nothing - i've grown. i'd say i'm doing okay for a 24 y.o girl and i'm looking foward to learn a lot more in life.