Halloween would probably be my favourite holiday if only it was celebrated here where I live, but it isn't (boo). That unfortunately being the case, I usually just spend the All Hallows Eve watching scary movies, which in turn inspired me to make this list of dramas and movies to watch on this spooky October's night.
I chose all the dramas and movies in this list, either based on personal viewing experience, popularity or recommendations. But because it turned out to be quite an extensive list already, I'm now thinking that I might update it regularly with new items. In that way it might be handy for anyone who's interested in the horror genre even after Halloween.
I believe I speak for everyone when I say that Yeo Jin Goo ran away with our hearts long time ago. But now seeing this little cutiegrow up into a young man right before our eyes is still kind of amazing. Not only is his schedule rather busy - currently starring in sitcom Potato Star and preparing for the promotions of the upcoming movie Hwayi - but he is also featured in almost every fashion magazine. No need for words really, just let us admire this young and talented heartthrob as he poses for 1st Look, SURE, The Big Issue, Cine21 and Campus Cine21.
Choi Jin Hyuk is definitely getting a lot of attention these days, not that anybody's complaining. Especially when he takes off his shirt to model for Haglöfs Fall/Winter campaign, giving us a good look at his well-toned body. He is unfortunately considerably more dressed for Cremieux' Fall/Winter ads, sporting an almost preppy look. And lastly, he was one of the many young actors featured in Cosmopolitan's 13th anniversary issue photo shoot back in September.
You know that drama that you started way back when, watched a couple of episodes, maybe even reached half-way, but somewhere along you just lost interest in it. Either it didn't rock your world or it lost its appeal after the novelty had worn off. So you just left it there, unfinished, thinking to yourself that maybe you'll someday complete it once and for all. For me it's a regular thing, as I am a compulsive non-completer of dramas. Which means that there are tons of shows that I have some unfinished business with.
Actress Yoon Seung Ah models for Thursday Island's 2013 Fall/Winter collection, wearing adorable knitwear and all kinds of fun patterns for a perfect bohemian chic look. Yoon Seung Ah is known for her love for animals, which is why she also brought her own two dogs - Boo and Bambi - to pose with her in the pictorial.