Uuuuuuuffffff. Damnnnnnnn !!! ❤️❤️❤️
If I can’t see a path, I can just make one myself
March 2022 Teaser Roundup
The new #kdramas of March are nearly here! Will you be adding reapers or lawyers or serial killers to your watchlist? #Tomorrow #KillHeel #ASuperiorDay #WhyHer
March has some high-quality offerings headed our way, drama fans! What will you be adding to your watch list in the month of luck?
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The memories in my heart are so heavy. I don’t know why I came here. Please allow me to see what is in front of my face, everything I see before me is grace.
trepid breaths, sinking in exhaustion and the backdrop of one's existential dread. everything draws into nothingness, and it becomes clear as ever, the things you leave behind, the things you will be leaving behind inevitably. heavy words that die in one's throat, unfulfilled dreams that once was and now can never be. such is the burning loneliness that fumbles within, remains hidden, weighing heavy infinitely. still, she tries, to stay in the moment. and that is the strength that she holds.
There is no tomorrow. No yesterdays, no tomorrows. There is only this moment right now, and it is paradise.
In Front of Your Face (2021) 당신 얼굴 앞에서
The Novelist’s Film (Hong Sang-soo, 2022)
#30 Lawless Lawyer
An adult Sang Pil leaves his lucrative practice in Seoul and returns to Kisung to bring those responsible for his mother's death to justice. He takes over a loan shark business and converts it into the Lawless Law Firm. Jae Yi is suspended from practicing law after assaulting a judge, loses her job, and also returns home to Kisung. She soon ends up working for Sang Pil, and later becomes his partner when reinstated as a lawyer. After learning the truth about Moon Sook, she joins Sang Pil in his pursuit of justice for the wrong done to their mothers. Together, they use the law to fight against Moon Sook and her associates. Over time, they fall in love.
Moon Sook and Oh Joo grow in influence and power through corrupt methods; Oh Joo becomes the mayor of Kisung and Moon Sook is nominated for chief justice in the Supreme Court. They and their associates oppose the Lawless Law Firm both inside and outside the courtroom by using underhanded tactics, including murdering Dae Woong and framing Sang Pil for it, bribing or threatening witnesses and assaulting Jae Yi. Despite the obstacles in their way, Sang Pil and Jae Yi succeed in revealing Moon Sook's crimes in court and successfully plead their case against her. Moon Sook and her associates end up in prison, whereas Oh Joo commits suicide. Jae Yi and Sang Pil then return to Seoul to help Prosecutor Cheon Seung Beom fight against corrupt officials.
Lee Joon Gi as Bong Sang Pil
Seo Yea Ji as Ha Jae Yi
Lee Hye Young as Cha Moon Sook
Choi Min Soo as Ahn Oh Joo
Source: Wikipedia [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawless_Lawyer]
I might be the only one who's glad Sun Oh didn't end up with JoJo.
I call it poetic justice. Tbh I was never fond of Jojo's character. She already had a boyfriend when SunOh kissed her(and she kissed back). Looked romantic on screen,but in a way it was cheating. But she decided to go with the flow,given she had family issues and SunOh made her happy. She kept going with the flow.....till she decided to give up on him.
Let's return to why I called this poetic justice. Regardless of his genuine feelings or the pain from heartbreak, he DID go after the girl he KNEW his friend liked. HE BROKE THE BRO CODE FIRST.
In fact, Hye Young was generous enough to overlook all and in the end, I was rooting for him only.
However, I hope Song Kang manages to end up with the FL in his acting project someday.