idiosyncreant said: now how about: Rain/Jung Ji-Hoon
Not My Type | Alright | Cute | Adorable | Pretty | Gorgeous | LORD MERCY
So I first met Rain through Steven Colbert, and then I watched Runaway: Plan B/The Fugitive (at least, the first ten episodes, and then I read spoilers and couldn’t go on). Then I saw him on Running Man, where he is a giant dork and also polite and hard-working and well-mannered and funny. He’s still more “adorable” than “hot” to me, but every once in a while he turns sideways, or takes off his shirt, or does both, and I temporarily lose higher-level cognition…
(I knew Fugitive: Plan B was brutal without being too spoiled, but went through with it after some breaks because I had to know how things developed, and the ending so nailed it. BTW.)
Yeah, Rain is just gorgeous. I mean, that last pic, damn.
Hello who are you Mr. Rain and how do we date.
Edit: Omg he’s like an Asian Usher!
rebloggin for last pic
Wooden snuff box, Europe, 1701-1900
These four skulls, labelled ‘“A Beggar”, ‘“A Witch”, “A King” and “A Beauty”, are common designs found on snuff boxes. The illustration represents Death as a social leveller, meaning that it will come to all people regardless of their social status, wealth or beauty. One theory suggests that the design is based on a Greek urn featuring images of skeletons with a passer by being asked if they can tell whether the living person was beautiful or ugly. Snuff is powdered tobacco that was snorted or rubbed on to the gums and well-liked for its aroma, taste and nicotine boost. It was also believed to ward off colds and be good for ear, nose and throat problems and snoring.
Our scene is altered from a serious thing,
And now changed to “The Beggar and the King”!