Yes, all three! That’s why our song of the day is “Happiness” by Clazziquai (from the Who Are You? OST).
But first, I want to apologize to TP readers who suffered dizzy spells and wrist sprains because of the quiz. Apparently some of you were clicking as many as 600 times before you managed to view all 50 headers. Oh dear! To make amends for your “suffering,” I bring you the original wallpapers that I used to make the headers. (Oh wait. I didn’t make all the headers; the Protect the Boss one was created by dear Kristal.)
Without further ado, here are the 50 answers and 50 wallpapers. After that… the three winners!
If you notice… WE HAVE NEW HEADERS!
Yes, someone has been very busy the last few days making headers instead of writing recaps. (Go ahead and bonk her head when you’re done reading this.) All for a good reason, of course. To test how well you know your dramas and movies, and to give you an opportunity to talk about the ones that you recognize.
Who’s the best person to judge an Lee Min-ho drama giveaway? A dear friend and fellow blogger who breathes the same air as he does and who has seen him up close. (Read all about the LMH encounter and other celebrity sightings here.)
About three weeks ago, I asked interested TP readers to write about Lee Min-ho. My guest judge would then pick two winning entries. Well, Softy has selected the winners!
For various reasons (such as the frenzy surrounding the drama and its cast, one actor in particular), I’ve always thought that Boys Over Flowers was Lee Min-ho‘s first leading role.
This weekend I learned that I’ve been wrong all this time. Two years before his 2009 megahit, he was lead actor in a little-known drama called Mackerel Run.
On May 17, I asked TP readers to define (or redefine) a kdrama, so as to more aptly describe this addiction that shows no signs of waning. The funniest definition would win a $50 Yesasia gift certificate.
Twelve entries, sixty-three comments, and peals of laughter later, we have a winner!
So I was being my usual fidgety self the other day and somehow stumbled on a Wikipedia page that I’ve not seen before. A veritable definition of my worst addiction, ha! And one recently edited by a Baker King fan no less.
The bit that killed me was seeing the words “” after this claim: “King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo had hit an outstanding 50.8 with its last episode on KBS.” I thought, “Uh oh, Wiki, how could you not know that the drama’s practically a ‘national’ drama on account of its astonishing ratings? Now you’re gonna rile all Baker King fans!”
But before I fell off my chair howling at the above, I was rolling my eyes at the dry and rather soulless definition of my No. 1 hobby, as well as the string of drama titles that seemed to go on and on. Let me show you what I mean.
Before I announce the winners of our latest drama giveaway, let me just say I’m exceedingly proud of myself for not posting a pic of H.I.T.‘s male lead as the main image above. Self-control, you rule!