Please Come Back, Soon Ae is currently airing Weds/Thurs on SBS. The premise is similar to the American movie Freaky Friday, as the two main characters of the drama swap bodies after a car accident. For more info on this show, check out this thread.
I believe there is 16 episode for this drama. Fan subtitles are provided by the wonderful WITH S2.
I’ve seen the first episode and it’s quite good. Will post comments on it.
Image source: http://www.twitchfilm.net
First post on a first blog, ever! Since everyone is blogging these days, might as well jump on the bandwagon and go with the trend. (may be this is a good way to kill time…)
The last time I played around with Html coding was around 4 years ago so my memory of this whole “publishing” on the Internet thing is not as clear as I would like. Hence, please excuse any awful, weird-looking arrangement and/or formatting as I’m learning while doing.
Picked this template because of the green theme.
Purpose of this blog: Since Korean entertainment is becoming so popular nowadays, this blog’s aim is to be a collection of news that I happen to stumble across while surfing the Net. Plus, throw in there some reviews about K-dramas that I’m currently watching and perhaps movie reviews/rantings, and go from there.
What does “mukgu-fied” mean? This blog’s name is inspired by the K-drama My Girl, starring Lee Da Hae, Lee Dong Wook, Park Si Yeon, and Lee Joon Ki. “Mukgu-fied” is a termed coined by us fans of the show and of Lee Da Hae. (In short, in the drama LDH’s character Ju Yoo Rin works at a tourism agency called Mukgu.com). Anyone who hasn’t seen this drama, please do! It’s highly recommended! For more info on this wonderful show, you can visit soompi.com or d-addicts.com.
–The picture on the right is of Lee Dong Wook and Lee Da Hae from My Girl—
Edit: Just saw my post online and heehee…this is so cool!!