Writing Smut….

Let me show you the inspiration of my people. No really, Jaejoong REALLY helps as inspiration. Well so do some of other boys. I like sharing my inspirations.

It’s supposed to be a “Day in the life of an Assassin”. Nom.

The Making of… so you can see the goofball this boy is.

8 thoughts on “Writing Smut….

  1. Patricia Grayson

    I love seeing artists and films from other countries. Jaejoong is even more intriguing when he laughs!

    1. Oh yes, I love Seok-Cheon. There was a bit of a scandal because he asked a singer if he (Seok-Cheon) could call him dongsaeng and the young man said (paraphrasing) “No, we do not have a hyung-dongsaeng relationship.”

      Now how the young man said it was fairly rude in structure. It was heartening to see people get outraged for Seok-Cheon and say that the young man did not deserve to be considered favourably in Seok-Cheon’s eyes.

      There are so many suicides and traumas in South Korea by gays. I don’t see it changing any time soon but if there’s a glimmer of hope starting, Seok-Cheon will be the one lighting that candle πŸ˜€

      1. I was watching clips of “Life is Beautiful” on youtube until they took it down, but that was a really well-done show, and I hope it opened some people’s eyes. (And the two romantic leads were HAWWWT ahem, sorry, got distracted there for a sec.)

        One thing I thought was sad/strange (if possibly really accurate) was that the family just berated the uncle over and over for not accepting the son’s homosexuality. I mean, yes, the uncle should get a clue, but beating him over the head and calling him a bigot isn’t going to make that happen. If most of the people in Korea (hell, and maybe in the US, too) are like that uncle, they’ve got to be educated before you can expect them to accept. (Seems like a lot of foreign countries feel that gay rights are a “western” plot of some kind, that they don’t have gay people in their country and will never have them if the US and the UK would just butt out. The acceptance movement in those places has to be home-grown.)

    2. That’s a great show. That’s a great show. πŸ˜€ It will take time. Slowly but surely and hopefully with great compassion. :::nods:::

      You can probably watch it on Drama Fever or Dramaload.

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