March 1, 14 & 15
With these episodes we say goodbye to The Moon that Embraces the Sun. It was my first “Sageuk” or Historical Korean Drama. And I have to say, for me it’s tied with The Return of Iljimae. More than the plot that is so dramatic, I enjoy looking at the cinematography in both where so many frames could stand as a photos on its own. So…credit to:
MBC and their amazing photographers and camera technicians! Bravo!!!
Red Alert…Bloody ones… coming up!
Need some more cheering up? Well good news!!! Here is the best part! These are the beautiful, professional Behind the Scenes photos coming up! They will cheer you up for sure! I put the darn bloody ones at the very end…so you can stop if you want to see those!
Oh these are so, so beautiful! … This was my first drama of Jung II-woo… and I never forgot him after seeing him like this! I thought to myself…what a delightful creature!
This one coming up…OH! So adorable!!!!
And just when you are in blue ecstasy and you think it can’t possibly get better than that comes this part… I call it blanket cuties:
More cuties? here are some with Woon…
These are of the cast … flowers and hugs on their last filming day.
That director has the cutest dimples! I can only imagine him as a kid!
Black and white…
And these are of the cast getting recognized for their work by the director:
Bloody ones coming up!
I’m pretty tired…but I wanted to say…
Whenever I see Jung II-woo with blood… I’m always so thankful that he is alive and well. It is good to know that even though he may get headaches, and feel uncomfortable at times he is alive, talking, eating… laughing! I can hear just him… and see him…
I’m just so glad that he is my fellow earthling, breathing the same air, seeing the same sky, even is we are half a world away…. this is absolutely nothing in relation to the universe!