After I finished That Winter, The Wind Blows, I thought of starting The Innocent Man which features my other favorite actor, Song Joong Ki. Most forums compare the two Korean melodramas, piquing my interest. I must have been so lucky not to come across The Innocent Man spoilers while surfing for That Winter, The Wind Blows episode recaps.
I’m now on my third episode and Moon Chae Won’s character, the “rude, arrogant, fastidious and cold” Seo Eun Ki is slowly winning me over. I didn’t like Chae Won in the first episode because of her exaggerated pointed looks, but as the episodes passed, I realized that it’s just how her eyes are. I see a bit of myself in her. She’s very strong willed and tenacious. May I also mention that she looks damn good in minimalist yet edgy pieces? It’s exactly the style I want!
What surprised me though was the scene in her room. I love how some parts of her room are elevated which provides a subtle demarcation of the areas for work, relaxation and sleep. Again, it’s the style I want, with a bit of modifications.
This brings to mind powder room vanities I saw the other day. My dream room would be full of vanity, LOL. White walls are so tempting but in reality, difficult to maintain. A walk-in closet would also be nice.
Okay I have this brilliant idea of sketching my own version of Eun Ki’s room. Let me just review basics of drafting class and I might actually work on that.
I’ll leave you with this interesting accessory combo by the unpredictable (thus far) Han Jae Hee (Kang Ma Ru’s ex-lover). I will be updating this (as well as a That Winter, The Wind Blows post–am just waiting for the series to finish on ABS-CBN before I write about it in detail).