Posted on 22 May 2009 by ay_link
After all these months, this MBC morning daily darma, “I love you don’t cry” has finally closed its chapter. Thank God! :D what a provocative show that somewhat started with a full potential, hit the ground and never recovered again. I honestly don’t know why I kept on watching, but maybe the rest of 20%-something ratings shared the same dilemma as I have. They just can’t stop watching because they want to know the ending? Nope. More like, they’re stuck. Can’t quit the drama after 100+ episodes not knowing how everything will turn out. Or, simply because a drama like this sucked the air out of you, and magically hypnotized the mind to keep on going. Yeah, that’s more likely what happened to mine. LOL~
So how did the not-so-grand ending look like?
Let’s take a brief look~
Posted on 17 April 2009 by ay_link
Wow, 132 episodes. O_O
I’m stuck. I’ve been following this MBC daily drama since Day 1. *gulp*
And last night, their 107th just aired, which I have yet to watch.ㅋㅋㅋ
Posted on 06 February 2009 by ay_link
One more episode to wait, and we can see Marco joining the cast of MBC daily drama, 사랑해, 울지마 (I love you, don’t cry). Starting from next Monday, January 9.
Posted on 28 January 2009 by ay_link
The MBC daily drama, “I love you, don’t cry” (사랑해, 울지마) has another surprise for their viewers and myself. And just for the record, I’m glad they’re doing this and grabbed Marco to be on the show. Otherwise, I’m this close in abandoning the complicated, over-dramatic daily drama, though I still love Lee Jung Jin and Lee Yuri. It’s just that ever since the new ‘development’, with Seo Young’s being pregnant and all, I just can’t see how they’re going to twist around any other silly, ridiculous storyline just to stretch this drama out.
Posted on 13 January 2009 by ay_link
photo: Lee Jung Jin (9 ends 2 out), Kim Hyun Jung (My Name is Kim Sam Soon)
MBC “I love you, don’t cry“, a daily drama that I’ve been watching since day1 (yeah, rather crazy I know, since daily drama can get up to 100+ episodes lolz), but there’s something about this one that hook me on. And I think I know why.
Lee Jung Jin and Kim Hyun Jung, and both of their characters. Ha Young Min (Lee Jung Jin) plays as an architect whose fiancee broke off their engagement when she found out that he has a kid (Joon). Young Min’s ex-girlfriend showed up one day and ‘drop-off’ their son. The poor guy doesn’t even know that he had a kid until she showed up unannounced (her reason is that she couldn’t tell him and she now has no plan to bring up the kid as she’s now married. It’s his turn now. Joon is around 6-7 years old.)
Kim Hyun Jung on the other hand, plays a single, carefree architecture/design student, who has been bestfriend with Mi Soo (Lee Yuri). Mi Soo has two nieces, who happened to know Joon also, and became acquainted with Young Min through Joon.
Today, from the news, it seems like they’re having another press conference around 2 pm at the Dream Center building, in Ilsan near the MBC building. And so the picture above is taken from the conference.
For 30 mins everyday, it’s like a drug, I tell ya. Those young actors, Mi Soo’s nieces and the actor who plays as Lee Jung Jin’s son (Joon) are so friggin’ talented. They’re amazing and such a gem to the show.
Interested to watch? Download the episodes here :)
*but sorry, no English subtitles. Daily drama can be such a turn-off for any fansubbers haha imagine translating 100+ episodes, monday-friday, 30 mins per episode? Aigoo~*