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Yes, after almost a month of no book reviews because, well, brain mush, I bring you an extra-long review — of a TV show. Because why not? This review is of the Korean version of Boys Over Flowers from I should open with the fact that this is a ridiculous, OTT, not-to-be-taken-seriously show. It has a hyper-real quality and is more about glamour than any of the issues it covers.
When you visit a website, you are of course observable by the site itself, but you are also observable by third-party trackers that the site embeds in its code. You might be sur I'm not sure which one you referred to but I'm giving you the songs played in episode 2. Stand by me by Shinee when Jandi is taken to Junpyo's house. Love me by Howl when Junpyo tries to help Jandi when she bleeds her nose and she says that she hates him.
I recommend it, is wonderful. I was a little bit dissapointed that it didn't have Stepping Out the original or instrumental version, but I guess because it was only on the US version of the series. I love cdjapan and this awesome cd! This soundtrack is awesome and Hana Yori Dango was a great series. Highly recommend this soundtrack. While it would be nice to have Wish and Planetarium on this CD, I think this soundtrack is good enough to stand alone without them. If you're a huge fan of the Hana Yori Dango drama like I am, then this is must have.
Some cast members, like Lee Min Ho , blew up from the drama, while others continued on to successful careers in film, TV or theatre.
you re your own worst critic
Press ESC to exit., Apr 26, PM. Yeah what you think of this drama.
Did anyone here watch boys over flowers? Tags: kdrama kpop. Mirajess Super Rookie. Even tho i was not into kpop at the time. Mirajess likes this.
It earned high viewership ratings in South Korea and popularity throughout Asia. Shinhwa Group is shown to be one of South Korea's largest conglomerates and is headed by the strictly arrogant Kang Hee-soo. When F4 bullies a boy to the verge of suicide, the poor but vivacious Geum Jan-di Ku Hye-sun saves his life and receives a swimming scholarship to attend the High School. Geum Jan-di's family runs a dry cleaning business and she lives in a small home with her parents, Geum Il-bong and Na Gong-joo, and her younger brother Geum Kang-san. Immediately, Geum Jan-di dislikes her wealthy classmates and is disgusted by the obsession surrounding the F4 boys. Irked by her strong-headed nature, Gu Jun-pyo singles out Geum Jan-di to bully but she stands up to him and he begins to fall in love with her. She soon discovers that Yoon Ji-Hu fosters a one-sided love for Min Seo-hyun, a successful model and his childhood friend.