Whenever another year ends and a new one begins, I start to count all the things I coulda, woulda or shoulda achieved in a year, but didn't. I mean, who doesn't? But as a drama blogger, this is especially true when you look at the list of dramas you watched in a year, and realize that you coulda, woulda, shoulda watched more because you need to put out an all-encompassing year-end review for your blog readers. Well, fail. This year I completed only 8 dramas.
As you all might have noticed, Healer is taking the blogosphere (and Twitter) by storm. And although I wasn't going to post anything drama-related before my year-end reviews are up, I couldn't help but get caught up in the Healer-madness like everyone else. So heads up, this is going to be a Healer-dedicated post, reminiscent of character-centric first impressions posts that I used to do. But I do give a small update on other dramas I'm watching at the bottom of the page, so you may check that out as well. Anyways, let's talk Healer. (SPOILERS for episodes 1-12)
Park Min Young is the pretty covergirl for Céci's newest issue, also looking lovely in the accompanying pictorial. While I'm not a huge fan of her tomboyish Healer hair, I do like how it gives her a slightly sexier vibe in the midst of this rather romantic atmosphere of the photo shoot.
Lee Jong Suk is a cool urban man in a variety of eyeglasses from Oakley's 2014 collection. Apparently, the young actor is the very first Korean to model for California-based sunglasses and athletic apparel brand.
Park Shin Hye looks positively radiant in the beautiful pictorial for Cine 21, where she's dressed in angelic white and elegant lace. Meanwhile, she also poses for Brunomagli's fresh Spring/Summer 2015 collection, with particular emphasis on the beautiful bags.
Always charming Kim Soo Hyun covers the fresh January issue of Elle, for which he took a quick trip to London. Looking the part of a stylish city man, the actor appears pensive as if to fit the melancholic mood of the winter season.