Friday, September 25, 2009


Bidam is the son of Mishil and the King Jin-Ji. He is was born to be used by Mishil, in order for her to become the Queen. However, his father King Jin-Ji denied him and when Bidam was no longer useful to her, Mishil abandoned him. He was raised by Mun-no, who is the head of the Hwa-lang.
Bidam is my favorite character because his characteristic is somewhat like the Yanus. He has two faces in him. His good part, and his evil part. He is very sly in this moment and in another he is very serious and almost looks as though he is about to kill.

P.S. Look at his skin!! So clean!! ♡ㅁ♡

Saturday, September 19, 2009


Mishil is the bad character in the Drama Queen Seoun duk. with her beauty, she takes control over three Kings in the Silla dynasty and controls the country behind the Kings' back. She is very clever and knows how to deal with people.

She is the second best character I like because of her charisma. In this time of history(or even nowadays), it is very difficult for woman to be in the position of the leader. However, I like the way she is much more cleverer then the mens in the drama, and how she almost takes control over them.
Thanks to this site for the picture.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Queen Seon-duk

These days I am crazy about a Korean historic drama, Queen Seon-duk. This drama is about Queen Seon duk, who was the first queen in the whole Korean history, and her life story. The woman with the crown is the Queen Seon duk(Lee Yo-won).

Queen Seon duk, Duk-Man in the story, is a character who tries the best she can do for her goal and later on works for the benefit of the commoner.

Princess Duk man(later on Queen Seon duk) first decided to move against Mishil(the bad character-woman with the purple dress)when her twin sister princess Chun Myung (the pink dress) is accidently killed by Mishil.

Even though she is not my favorite character, I think she is a fairly likable person to get along with if Ihave as a friend.

Thanks to this site for the picture

Thursday, September 17, 2009


Semtember 17, 2009

Dear Via,
Everybody faces difficulties.
I know that.
I face some difficulties too.
Everything just doesn't go the way you want and later you end up in a totally opposite place from where you wanted to be.
Decisions after decisions, it rolls down like a small snow ball rolling down a snowy mountain and getting bigger and bigger.
Scary, uh-huh.
It makes your life, eventually, according to what we learn in morality, and I agree.
It's just that you have to consider lots of things when making those decisions and mostly, they are not made purely by you.
Society always limits what you can do to yourself, and you practically suffocate in it.
I think I'm going to suffocate.
Life should be filled with joy.
Life should be filled with happiness and delight pouring out from every fiber in your body.
Sadly, it is almost entirely impossible for many many people...or is it just me?
De-pression, as Taylor and I(from now on I'm going to call 'Taylor and I' 'Sailor') always say.
I totally feel depressed -_-
Lack of enthusiam..
As Sailor al-ways say.
Life doesn't go my way(sigh)

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Asian history-Korea(Creation legend)

The Dan-kun Wang Kum (Dan-kun, the noble King)
The proper history of Korea starts from the old stone age where the first legend of the creation of Korea takes place.
The legend goes like this:
Once upon a time, when the tigers used to smoke(it's an expression in Korea for refering 'long time ago'), the son of the Almighty God spotted a land that looked good. he pleaded to his father the Almighty God to let him go down to the Earth to rule and teach people. The Almighty God allowed his son to go, along with his 3 followers; the god of the wind, god of the cloud, and the god of the rain.
The son of the Almighty God, Hwan-ung, became the king of the uncolonized people and taught them how to live in a more organized society.
One day, a bear and a tiger came to Hwan-ung and asked "Please, Please King Hwan-ung, we always wanted to become a human. Please change us to a human form."
After thinking a while, Hwan-ung gave the bear and the tiger garlic and wormwood and replied, "If you stay in a cave without coming out at all for 100 days and only eat these garlic and wormwood during that period, I will change you to a human."
The bear and the tiger promised they will do so and went in to the cave.

After weeks and weeks, the tiger began to get tired of waiting so long without any hint of light and just eating bitter foods. Finally, even though the bear tried persuade him back, the tiger ran out to the fresh world and departured.

The bear now became even more lonely, but still endured the pain and waited.

On the 100th day, the bear came out of the cave and surprisingly found out that it was not a bear anymore. The bear transformed into a beautiful woman, and Hwan-ung named her Ung-nyo, which means 'bear woman' in Korean. Although the tiger was jealous about the Ung-nyo's transformation, he could not do anything about it.

Later Hwan-ung and Ung-nyo married and had a son, Dan-kun, who eventually becomes the first king in the real Korean History.
I think this legend is based on real events. They for example, the part about bear turning into a woman is just symbolizing an event in history like maybe forming of another country-just my guess.