Picture Perfect # 68

This installment of Picture Perfect is from movie 100 Days With Mr. Arrogant with Ha Ji Won and Kim Jae Won. I watched this film a long time back before my K-drama love started. Both the leads are looking so young! The movie came in 2004 and later they both reunited in period drama Hwang Jin Yi.

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6 thoughts on “Picture Perfect # 68

  1. missienelly

    OMG! This movie… OMG, flying of memories before my eyes! It’s been a lonnnnnnnnnnnnng time. Wow! Thanks for jolting my memory again. Good memory, of course.

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    1. snow Post author

      I’m glad this post brought back memories for you….even I feel nostalgic sometimes when I see a movie or drama which I watched a long time back… 🙂

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  2. Indigo

    Oh, yes. I remember watching this quite a few times back when I was a freshly converted drama addict. I doesn’t really hold up to my standards now, but I enjoyed it when I first saw it. Though it’s a little weird seeing Ha Ji Won and Kim Jae Won like this. These days they’re doing more serious acting.

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    1. snow Post author

      hahaha….yes…they are acting so cutesy and silly in the movie…when I watched it a few years back, I wasn’t aware of any of the actors and so it was a normal experience but now that I’ve become a little bit knowledgeable about K-entertainment. I’m amazed when I look back…
      K-movies in general are not really my cup of tea…they tend to change their path abruptly or they sometimes go opposite to what dramaland has made me feel…so now I hardly watch any!

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      1. Indigo

        I like K-movies, though I don’t have much time for them these days because there are so many dramas I’m watching at the moment. But my taste in K-movies has changed. I used to watch only romcoms (most of them rather mediocre, to be honest), but now I’m more interested in more serious movies and I’ve noticed that those have had a bigger impact on me. In fact, I think Korean cinema is doing really well. But to me, Korean movies are a very different thing from K-dramas, so I guess you kinda have to mentally prepared to enjoy them in a different way than dramas.

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        1. snow Post author

          Yes….Korean films are really good with good stories and quality and everything…but then, as the dramas have painted a different, lighter picture for me…it’s really hard to watch the darkness in them 🙂

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