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cnbluenevergiveup:

The unlucky great journey of Park Dalhyang

This reminds me of a kdrama version of Oregon Trail, except the characters are way hotter and don’t die of dysentery.

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Turkey Panini with Blue Cheese and Cranberry Chutney
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narihira:

Looking at a bunch of things going on in various fandoms recently, it boils down to this:

Translating is really hard work. If you’ve never done it, never spent time trying to master another language enough to translate something, I don’t think you can comprehend just how difficult it is—even for pros, let alone amateurs. Formatting your translation so that it’s readable, looks nice, and is convenient? That’s even more work, but I won’t get into that. 

People who translate things for their respective fandoms do so because of a deep love for the subject matter and perhaps even the fandom, but also because they’re in the mood to do so. When you’re doing something so time-consuming and difficult completely for free, your mood is a pretty big part of it.

If you want to see more translations in a timely manner, or you want people to help you out with your translation projects, it generally helps if you’re not a big, entitled douchebag about it. Translators don’t owe you shit. Also helps if you don’t go against translators’ wishes and steal/disseminate their work without their consent. All that does is piss them off.

Translators don’t ask for much and give up a whole lot of their time and energy for others’ entertainment and enjoyment. It’s never been an equal trade in the first place. If people are going to continue to disrespect translators and their work, love for the subject material/fandom is not going to keep them going for long. I guarantee it.

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[Scans - P2]- Lee Jong Suk For Neylon Oct. 2014

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I looked for this, my local bookstore didn’t have it yet

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— Candace Bushnell (via murmurrs)

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"Gong Yoo Boards a Zombie Train with Busan Line," Dramabeans
Famed animated feature director Yeon Sang-ho (The Fake, King of Pigs) kept his cards close to his chest during an interview last year; when asked if he had any plans on making a live-action film, he downplayed the possibility. Now comes the news that he will spin-off the upcoming animated zombie movie Seoul Station with a live (er, undead?) feature titled Busan Line, set in a KTX (high speed train) on the Seoul-Busan railway that is filled with the walking dead.
Gong Yoo (The Suspect, The Crucible), who was drawn to the film because of the script and his confidence in the director, is said to be in final-stage contract negotiations to appear. I hope he’ll play a badass zombie hunter, but we haven’t been given any information on his potential character; he could just as easily be a (handsome) soulless corpse. Gong is currently shooting A Man And A Woman with Jeon Do-yeon, and will begin filming Busan Line as soon as it wraps, making quite the leap from a sweeping melodrama to a shocking zombie movie.

"Gong Yoo Boards a Zombie Train with Busan Line," Dramabeans

Famed animated feature director Yeon Sang-ho (The Fake, King of Pigs) kept his cards close to his chest during an interview last year; when asked if he had any plans on making a live-action film, he downplayed the possibility. Now comes the news that he will spin-off the upcoming animated zombie movie Seoul Station with a live (er, undead?) feature titled Busan Line, set in a KTX (high speed train) on the Seoul-Busan railway that is filled with the walking dead.

Gong Yoo (The Suspect, The Crucible), who was drawn to the film because of the script and his confidence in the director, is said to be in final-stage contract negotiations to appear. I hope he’ll play a badass zombie hunter, but we haven’t been given any information on his potential character; he could just as easily be a (handsome) soulless corpse. Gong is currently shooting A Man And A Woman with Jeon Do-yeon, and will begin filming Busan Line as soon as it wraps, making quite the leap from a sweeping melodrama to a shocking zombie movie.

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Walking towards the light, Jeongdok Public Library (i.e., across the street from our office).

rjkoehler:

Walking towards the light, Jeongdok Public Library (i.e., across the street from our office).

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