Last night, I finally got to watch the Thai movie, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, which became a hit not only to Thai audiences, but to many Filipino teens as well. Make that ‘teens who are always on Facebook and actually care about Asian entertainment’. We wouldn’t have known about it if it was released like 10 years ago because it’s not shown nor promoted in the country. Let me begin by saying that the movie reminded me of those Korean movies that jump-started the Hallyu like My Sassy Girl.
My Sassy Girl of Thailand. You may quote me on that.
Seems like the Thai film industry is starting to catch up and I wouldn’t be surprised if a year or two from now, Thai-wave will take over Asia. PAKSHET NAPAG-IWANAN NA NAMAN TAYO?! We should’ve been next to Korea! Filmmakers, please stop producing movies that are just about poverty, prostitution and other depressing shit because there’s more to our country than Slumdog Millionaire-like themes! Fantasy movies and comedies about mothers with 10 children??? It’s time to move forward! MORE RPG METANOIA, PLEASE!
Whew. Now that I got that off my chest, lemme start with my “not-so-review”.
This is perhaps the last time I’d be writing about the JeJeKim here on my blog. Not that we’ve broken up already. Or that I’ve gotten sick and tired of talking about him (believe me, not yet). It’s just that… I’m finally coming out. I have a confession, a revelation. A couple of months ago, I opened a secret blog (which is not so secret anymore wth), where I would write all my thoughts for and about him. Call me cheesy, call me a head over heels, googly-eyed girl in love. Call me whatever you want – I don’t care eh eh eh eh eihr. Yes, that’s a 2ne1 song and I just did the dance in my head. Pwn.
So yeah, this blog is for everyone who has a Korean boyfriend (I got 2 other friends who do), who may want to have a Korean boyfriend (really? WHY?), or anyone who just wants to have a boyfriend, period! For everyone who’s in love, who is loved by someone and who wants to share the overflowing love in their hearts tongenuhkezoh!. My Korean Boyfriend (the blog, not Jimmy Kim) is for those who wanna smile, who wanna be entertained by my/our crazy antics, and for those who wanna follow our twisted love story, I guess. Just for the lulz of it.
At the end of the day, however, this is really for you, bebe, because you deserve to be embarrassed in public the whole universe needs to know how awesome you are. And that I love you so much!
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What the hell. That was a freakin’ chessy title. It’s so cheesy, I know you wanna get your bread now and eat it with my post title. But I don’t care and I’m not even gonna apologize for it. Mwahahahaha! I’m in love so you, my poor reader, just has got to deal. Okay?
Yesterday, July 10, Jimmy and I celebrated our 100th day together. If you are scratching your head, wondering why we would be celebrating our 100th day of being officially Krimmy, then clearly, you haven’t seen My Sassy Girl yet. This whole 100 Days thing is a big deal for Koreans. When babies are born, their 100 days are celebrated as well.
Ever since we got together last April 1, I have been looking forward to this day. I have even thought of extravagant plans, events that would put the romantic scenes in Korean movies to shame. However, I realized, why the hell am I the one planning the event? I’m the girl, for crying out loud! Plus, I felt like I was always the one surprising him! And so, I waited for this day. And boy, he did not disappoint.
How can you not cry when you see this?! How?!