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I loved episode 7 because it brought Shin and Chae Kyung closer together as a couple and it was so cute and funny.  I loved how Shin realized that having a regular family life was very fun and comforting.

The Royal Couple’s Twins Are…?

I’m going to let the readers decide on what Shin and Chae Kyung will have for their baby twins. Vote on whether you want them to have identical boys, identical girls or fraternal girls, fraternal boys or one of each sex. I will go with the most votes. If there is a tie then I will be the tiebreaker. 

New and old characters in my fanfic

I thought I should post why I use pics and caps from other dramas to tell my story, Always In My Heart.  I like to use the caps from Goong and other kdramas because it helps to tell the story using viusals.  I know I might get some backlash for using caps from Cheongdamdong Alice with Park Shi Hoo and Moon Geun Young, but I really Loved that drama.  I saw it before Park Shi Hoo’s sex scandal.  I like  Park Shi Hoo for his acting and I’m so happy for him that all charges were dropped.  I know in the back of my mind, I wonder what really happened, but I can’t dwell on it.  I want to give Park Shi Hoo another chance as was given to Joo Ji Hoon.  Both are extraordinary actors and I can’t help but smile at his cuteness in the drama CDDA.  So, please do not take offense in using him as the character Kang In and Moon Geun Young as Hyo-Rin.  It’s only fiction.  Gomsamnida.  Just enjoy the story.

Goong 2

I thought it would be fun to write a fanfic on what would happen if there were a Goong 2.  I started writing this just for fun.  I am not an expert or professional writer, so please be kind.  I don’t expect rave reviews or anything like that.  I just did this blog and would like to share my love for this Korean drama.  It is also known as Princess Hours (2006) starring Yoon Eun Hye as Chae Kyung (the Crown Princess) and Joo Ji Hoon as Lee Shin (the Crown Prince).  For both actors it was their very first debut as lead actors on a TV drama.  They both earned Best New Actor awards that year for the drama.  I thought they did an excellent job in portraying the characters.  I think the allure of the drama was mainly these two characters.  Although, they tried to tie it with the “adults” as well, the adult’s problems didn’t even interest me.  It was all about the Crown Prince and Crown Princess that made this drama magical for me. Goong is a very simple Cinderella story – Prince meets a “commoner” girl (Chae Kyung) in high school and both end up marrying each other due to obligations on both sides.  The Prince married for the Royal family.  Chae Kyung married due to her family’s financial hardships.  Of course, both did not like each other at the beginning of their relationship, but by the end of the drama,they fall in love.  In watching the drama, it’s the process on how they get to know each other and when they fell in love that made this romantic/comedy both funny, sad and cute all in one. Your welcome to add your comments and insights as to what you liked about the drama Goong too. Feel free to share your favorite photo, scene or love for this unforgettable drama. I want to also give credit where credit is due.  Thank you to all the people who made the nice pics of our Royal Couple.  Whether it comes from iMBC or an individual person’s photoshopped pic. Some of the pics are from Japanese fans, others from the forums for both Yoon Eun Hye and Joo Ji Hoon. Thanks for making them and letting me use them in my fanfic. Also, if you see an * it means that I got my information on wikipedia or I googled information to learn more about a certain subject. Enjoy!