TWO MONTHS TO DISCHARGE!!!!
Are any of you hopeless romantics like me yet lose sight of the fact that you are? I am sure there are a few of you out there. You know, had your heartbroken a couple few times but on a good day somehow feel that love is still transcendent? Sometimes when I look back at G.O’s roles in either Pure Love or Couples Clinic, I am reminded that I am indeed a hopeless and quite often, helpless romantic. My G.O One Shot today is a little shot of some G.O romantic from Pure Love.
In the early days of this countdown series I was giving all kinds of love to G.O’s turn in the drama Couples Clinic: Love & War 2 that he starred in alongside Rainbow’s Go Woori. I admit to being completely smitten with the idea that he was in a drama that had romance as its foundation. As you know, there are so many things that attract me to G.O. For certain, his ability to tap into his romantic side be it in music, drama (and hopefully some day, film) is high on that list. You will all recall that moment in the episode when Joo Won proposes marriage to Go Eun during a romantic dinner which also included Joo Won serenading her prior thereto with a short excerpt of Han Dong Joon’s classic love song, 너를 사랑해 [I Love You]. Undeniably, a Vocal Virtuosity moment.
The Pure Love feels were reignited recently when a picture popped up on Instagram (compliments of goldentime_company) featuring G.O with two of his co-stars from the 2013 drama, 일말의 순정 [Pure/Remaining Love]. It is fortunate for us that we will soon get an opportunity to see G.O back on the screen (in his film debut this month!!) but as we (im)patiently wait for that moment, it is always nice to revisit his work in past dramas. Oh nostalgia is so very sweet in the form of the lovable Choi Min Soo.
Do you ever long to see Lee Tae Kyun again? I have not had him on my mind for awhile but today, a G.O One Shot .gif day, I am in the mood for a little shot of the quiet but ever-dedicated detective from the Cyber Crime Unit in the Korean drama 유령[Ghost/Phantom].
Today I ask for forgiveness for just taking an easy route to admire G.O. Yes, something simple. For today, Day 386, I simply want to admire his perfect profile and quiet beauty as captured through the lens of my favorite G.O photographer, A Lucky Day.
The best part about the otherwise goofy and nonsensical drama,더 드라마틱 [The Dramatic], was the fact that G.O was not confined to one role. I kept wondering when he would show up next and as who!! The Dramatic was a drama that featured various idol groups using their music as a back drop to a story line for each given episode. MBLAQ kicked off the series starring in the first episode, 러브스쿨 [Love School].
Home alone in your bedroom, your parents conveniently away enjoying the evening (or perhaps weekend) at a jjimjilbang, and your adorable boyfriend shows up with some beer and a smile. Conditions are indeed ripe for romance!