I hate you, Ella Chen!!!

...cos you're such a lucky, lucky girl. Can we trade places, even for just a day? Pretty please, please...? It's been ages since I last watched a Taiwanese drama -- in fact, the last one was "It started with a Kiss" -- the Part 1 ok? This is where I discovered Jiro Wang and fell … Continue reading I hate you, Ella Chen!!!

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MatsuJun in the October issue of Potato Magazine

There are days when you feel like nothing in going right. You have three (ad) copies due for lay out and presentation... You must schedule three new PR companies for pitching... ...and oh, you must see through three pending projects until completion. Living like this has a way of draining any energy life-source. That is … Continue reading MatsuJun in the October issue of Potato Magazine

Jun Matsumoto looks so yummy here…

That, my friends, is a promotional picture for MatsuJun's latest drama, “Natsu no Koi ha Nijiiro ni Kagayaku”, where he stars together with the very lucky Takeuchi Yuko. The drama is set to air its final episode on September 20 and boasts of a superstar line-up on its final airing (see reports here at TokyoHive) … Continue reading Jun Matsumoto looks so yummy here…

A new drama for the beautiful Jang Geun Seok?

We all know that Jang Geun Seok is now attached to the movie remake of "Kimi Wa Petto" (You are my Pet), which will see this boy taking the challenging role of Momo (originally played by the *ehem-ehem* beautifully talented Jun Matsumoto). But source states that JGS is also seriously considering starring in a new … Continue reading A new drama for the beautiful Jang Geun Seok?

Gokusen the Movie: formulaic but entertaining

As mentioned last night, I was determined to find the Japanese movie "Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac", but my search through Torrentz, ISO Hunt and other downloading sites proved futile. In my desperation, I checked out YouTube and MySoju and this is what I found instead: Of course, we all know Gokusen. The story of … Continue reading Gokusen the Movie: formulaic but entertaining