Friday, November 30, 2012

I Miss You (Missing You) episodes 7 & 8

Yoon Eun Hye and Park Yoo Chun

I Miss You is frustrating me at this point. There is a lot that should be going on with Jung Woo, Soo Yeon, and Hyung Joon's odd threesome, but I feel as if we have reached an impasse. Jung Woo knows Zoe (or Joy? I'm not sure, and I can't tell when they say it) is Soo Yeon, and I think that Soo Yeon knows that he knows who she is, but they are both playing mind games with each other. So far, I don't feel any romantic chemistry between anyone on the show besides Jung Woo and Soo Yeon's mom. They have a sweet, playful relationship, and they truly seem to care for each other.

As far as Jung Woo's persistent pursuit of Soo Yeon, I think he is so concerned about finding her because he feels guilty for abandoning someone who really thought of him as a friend. If any sparks ignite between Soo Yeon and Jung Woo, it would mean she could forgive him for abandoning her with the rapist, and that's a tall order. Also, I have to mention the relationship between Soo Yeon and Hyung Joon. I personally find it very awkward and creepy. The age difference between Yoo Eun Hye and Yoo Seung Ho isn't the only odd thing, it's also the fact that they were raised as brother and sister. From what I can tell (based on Soo Yeon rejecting Hyung Joon's kiss in episode 8), Hyung Joon is in love with Soo Yeon, but she is putting on the show of their relationship to torture Jung Woo. I think this tense threesome is going to become twisted even more in the upcoming episodes, as we find out if Soo Yeon killed her rapist, and if she can forgive Jung Woo.

I didn't get many screen caps for these episodes because I am trying to finish a few more Korean Dramas from 2012 before the year ends. I want to write something epic for the end of the year as a Christmas (or whatever holiday you celebrate) gift for anyone who looks at my blog.

Park Yoo Chun and Yoon Eun Hye

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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Full House Take 2 episodes 11 & 12 (21, 22, 23, 24)

No Min Woo and Hwang Jung Eum as Lee Tae Ik and Jang Man Ok
I am so torn after watch Full House Take 2 episodes 11 and 12 (aka episodes 21, 22, 23, and 24). I get a warm, fuzzy feeling from the growing relationship between Lee Tae Ik and Jang Man Ok, but I love Won Kang Hwi too! It is obvious that Man Ok and Tae Ik like each other, but I can't help feeling sorry for Kang Hwi because he liked her first and he's going blind. In these episodes Tae Ik is now living with Man Ok in her grandfather's judo. After a night of drinking and confessing in the tent that Tae Ik is staying in, they wake up to the grandfather's return. I found his return to be very anticlimactic. I mean, Man Ok made a complete mess of things while he was gone, but it doesn't seem to be an issue with them. The show was built upon the premise of her getting away from Taekwondo while her grandfather was gone. I guess it doesn't matter anymore.

As episode 12 part 2 came to an end, I was crying! The episode closes showing Kang Hwi fumbling around blindly in the dark and then calling Man Ok by the mean girl's (Yoo Seol Ah as Jin Se Ryung) name. The love triangle is now at its peak of drama. The teaser for the next week of episodes hints at Tae Ik finally getting back to his goal of obtaining Full House, and also making sure he doesn't lose Man Ok to Kang Hwi.

Park Ki Woong as Won Kang Hwi

A few other random thoughts from these episodes:

  • The road manager Bae Go Dong play by Lee Seung Hyo is cute!
  • I want to go to the sauna with Park Ki Woong and get gold facials.
  • I think Man Ok looks better with straight hair, now she doesn't look more manly than Tae Ik.

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Saturday, November 24, 2012

Park Ki Woong Amazes Me

Park Ki Woong as Kimura Shunji in Bridal Mask

Ki Woong as Won Kang Hwi in Full House Take 2
I am in the midst of watching both Bridal Mask and Full House Take 2. Watching these two (completely different) dramas simultaneously has made it very clear that Park Ki Woong has wonderful versatility as an actore. As Kimura Shunji in Bridal Mask he is a man controlled by pain. He seeks revenge on someone that he thinks of as a friend, but who has the heart of the girl he has loved for years, not to mention this friend also killed his brother (and I believe kills his father toward the end?). Shunji is a character that I both pity and hate at times. In Full House Take 2, on the other hand, he plays the eternally bright and friendly Won Kang Hwi. I have yet to finish either drama (Full House 2 is currently airing), but I doubt he will get the girl in either story.

Park Ki Woong was born February 13th 1985. Here is a list of the dramas he has been in :

Full House Take 2 (SBS Plus, 2012)
Bridal Mask (KBS2, 2012)
The Musical (SBS, 2011)
The Scary One, The Ghost and I (KBS2, 2010)
Golden Fish (MBC, 2010)
Chuno (KBS2, 2010)
Invincible Lee Pyung Kang (KBS2, 2009)
A Man's Story (KBS2, 2009)
Seoul Warrior Story (MBC DramaNet, 2008)
Love Marriage (KBS2, 2008)
When It's At Night (MBC, 2008)
Drama City (KBS, 2007)

Thursday, November 22, 2012

I Miss You (Missing You) episode 5

Yeo Jin Ku as young Han Jung Woo
Episode 5 of I Miss You (Missing You) is the transition episode from childhood to adulthood. The episode carries us from the moment when Han Jung Woo lost detective Kim Sung Ho and his chance at finding Lee Soo Yeon (for now). I can honestly say that I have never hated a soda can as much as I do now. That fucking soda can killed Kim Sung Ho by wedging itself underneath the brake peddle, causing him to roll off a cliff just as he was about to get Soo Yeon back. I am still puzzled at how she didn't notice him screaming and driving wildly in the wrong lane next to her. Did she not want to see him? Was she in shock? Maybe both?

Park Yoo Chun as adult Jung Woo
Now, fast forward to 2012. We find Jung Woo displaying some horrible karoke skills (I LOLed), and then visiting the disgusting guy who raped Soo Yeon in prison. It is clear from the get-go that Jung Woo is A- Insane B- Still looking for Soo Yeon and C- Going to give me lots of good screen cap opportunities. He is also still in contact with Soo Yeon's mother and Sung Ho's daughter Eun Ju, who seems as if she will be entertainingly messy. Now that the adult Jung Woo is a detective and happened upon the case of Michelle Kim's death, we will get to see what will happen when he finds Soo Yeon (now Zoe).

Yoo Seung Ho as Kang Hyung Joon

Yoon Eun Hye as Lee Soo Yeon
Soo Yeon (Zoe) is living with Kang Hyung Joon (Harry Borrison WTF?), the poor little kid that Jung Woo's dad was trying to kill, in the lap of luxury. It is unclear how Hyung Joon became so rich, but Soo Yeon seems to be famous in the fashion industry as she travels from France to Seoul with Hyung Joon. They appear to be a happy couple who hug and talk affectionately to each other, but I am getting more of a noona-dongsaeng vibe from their relationship. Clearly, both Soo Yeon and Jung Woo still find each other in the rain, the wind, and the snow.

After seeing the teaser for epsiode 6, which I hope to watch tomorrow after some early morning shopping on Black Friday, I have to say that I am totally into this drama now and excited for the upcoming episodes.

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Saturday, November 17, 2012

The Best Kdramas of 2012 (preliminary)

So, the year 2012 is nearly over, and it is time to look back and begin to make judgement. I started watching Korean Dramas early on this year, therefore, I am new to the game. I have made my best efforts to catch up on the classics, but there is so much to watch and only so many hours in the day. What I am going to do now is make a rough guess at what will be my favorite dramas from 2012. Obviously I didn't watch every single drama that aired this year, so my judgement must be taken with a grain of salt. It is fun to make lists, though, so I will lay down the best Korean Dramas of 2012 here. Please weigh in with your favorites in the comments section.

1. Rooftop Prince

I genuinely love this drama. Mickey Yoo Chun and Han Ji Min make a beautiful couple. I find it to be a hilarious comedy and an emotional romance all rolled in to one. I am a sucker for the ever-funny scenes that take place when a person from the past is thrust into the modern world and bombarded with the substantial advancements of technology since their time. I think Rooftop Prince is by far the best of the time travel dramas that I have seen (Faith, Queen In Hyun's Man, and 3 episodes of Time Slip Dr. Jin).

Mickey Yoo Chun and Han Ji Mia
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2. The Innocent Man (Nice Guy)

The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) become a big part of my life for a while (as sad as that sounds). I originally had planned to watch it when it completed airing, but I started this blog on October 20th and decided I need to write about this show because it is daebak. I watched the first 14 episodes over the course of 2 or 3 days (it's all a blur now) and began my screen cap/ blog writing fury. Now that it is over, I feel an emptiness. I am not loyal enough to say that I won't be able to fill the emptiness left by The Innocent Man (Nice Guy), but it might take some time to be replaced in my heart. Song Joong Ki is amazing as Kang Ma Roo because he has an angelic baby face, but does some very bad ass things in the show. Also, I fell in love with Moon Chae Won while watching this drama. She is gorgeous, and I love when she gets to act strong-willed and ferocious.

Moon Chae Won and Seo Eun Gi
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3. Arang and the Magistrate

Arang and the Magistrate is one of the first dramas I wrote about. Watching Korean Dramas to write about them is a very different experience than just watching them, I believe. While I am much more efficient with my time when I watch a drama without worrying about what to write about it, I feel that I get a better insight into the drama when I stop and think about it. With Arang, I was able draw out many beautiful ideas and lessons from this drama during my writing process. It really makes me think about the power of desire and will and how considering other people can be the most rewarding way to live.

Shin Min Ah and Lee Jun Ki
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4. Queen In Hyun's Man

Queen In Hyun's Man is one of the best love stories I have seen in a Korean drama. Maybe not everyone will agree with me on that, but that's okay. I think that the love between Kim Bong Do (Ji Hyun Woo) and Choi Hee Jin (Yoo In Na) is pure and sweet. Unlike some Kdramas where the main couple starts off with
a relationship of hate and hostility, they were never tarnished by that dirty feeling of "are these people masochists or what?" that I get from some couples. As a time travel drama, it is almost (but not quite) as amazing as Rooftop Prince. I don't really like to compare these two dramas too much, though, because I think that they each have their own individual spirits. Queen In Hyun's Man is a must-see drama for any Korean drama lover.

Yoo In Na and Ji Hyun Woo making out!
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5. Reply 1997

Reply 1997 (Answer Me 1997) is a treat. Sung Shi Won (Jung Eun Ji) is such a spunky, relatable female character that it is impossible (for people with warm blood) not to love her. She lives in the world of super fandom and worships her kpop idol with an extreme (almost dangerous) passion. This drama features an array of interesting and well-developed characters that interact flawlessly with each other in their realistic environment spanning from the late 1990's up to present day. The ending has a sweet twist that is both funny, and romantic (clearly, I love that combination), and there is really nothing but joy, youth, and fun (with some tears too) to be had.

Seo In Guk and Jung Eun Ji
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Honorable mentions: I do, I do and The Moon That Embraces the Sun

Right now I am watching Bridal Mask which seems to be another contender for my 2012 list. I am also watching I Miss You and May Queen too. I will try to get a few more Kdramas from 2012 in before the end of the year so that I can come up with a more accurate judgement of the dramas of this year. Please, please, please tell me if there is something great from this year that I should watch.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) Final Episode 20

Song Joong Ki as Kang Ma Roo
I feel like I can die happy after watching The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) final episode 20. I have been stressing over what tragedy will torment my beautiful Ma Roo-sshi and Eun Gi-yah when this show ends, but my fears were unfounded. I know I am being dramatic about this, but I am in a very vulnerable state right now because I literally just finished watching it. As I went back quickly and gathered a few screen caps of the final scene (through which I wept loudly) I began to cry as I watched it again. Will I be watching The Innocent Man a second time? ABSOLUTELY.

Kang Ma Roo and Moon Chae Won as Seo Eun Gi
When this episode began with Eun Gi rejecting Ma Roo's prosal to run away together, I started to feel doom. Things seemed to get worse and worse in the first half of the episode (I really loved Ma Roo's speech to Han Jae Hee about wanting to live) as Ma Roo began to look like death, and Jae Hee continued to stand her ground about not taking responsibility. That all turns around, though, as Eun Gi learns about Ma Roo's ill-health and runs to him. This is when the ending really begins. Finally, my question is answered about the tunnel collision, also. Ma Roo wanted to end his painful existence and saw a chance in Eun Gi's punishment. How these two came to find love within each other is a beautiful miracle. And I, swear on the Bible, just cried as I wrote that last sentence.

Eun Gi and Ma Roo
In the concluding scenes of this glorious final episode (Han Jae Hee turns herself in, Jae Gil and Choco end up together), we find Eun Gi working at a bakery in a beautiful spot overlooking the river and Ma Roo was a Doctor just down the street. We also discover that after Ma Roo's surgery he lost his memory (this is not the eye-rolling type of memory loss typically found in a Kdrama, it is Ma Roo's chance at a new life and what he had prayed for). Eun Gi and Ma Roo circle around each other like cautious children who have crushes, and it is so lovely to watch the innocent new relationship develop. What I love about that end is that Eun Gi, who remembers all the pain from the past, is able to forgive and trust again (a divine miracle for what she experienced), and Ma Roo is able to erase the guilt he carried for everyone throughout his whole life and find happiness. "Now, I am happy," Ma Roo says. Now, I too, am happy.

Couple rings ^__^
Also, did everyone notice he was smiling during the episode 20 intro?
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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) episode 19

Song Joong Ki as Kang Ma Roo
I feel like we are standing still. There is a quiet terror pacing through the veins of this show, and it keeps me on edge even if nothing much seems happen. In the first part of episode 19 of The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) Kang Ma Roo baits Han Jae Hee to turn herself in by offering himself up. My brain was expecting this at the end of episode 18, so I wasn't surprised. The scene still got a reaction from me, though, because I my heart is pained by Ma Roo's agony. He is so weighed down by the tremendous guilt he feels toward everyone (Han Jae Hee, oddly enough, Choco, Jae Gil, Eun Gi, maybe every human except himself?) that he doesn't even have the will or desire to get the surgery to save his health and life.

Kang Ma Roo
So, as Seo Eun Gi is burning inside with hatred toward Ma Roo and Han Jae Hee, Ma Roo is throwing gas on the flames. He tells Jae Hee to come to him, not for love, but out of the guilt he feels for taking responsibility for the murder. I'm sorry, but this doesn't make sense to me. I realize Ma Roo is a character in a melodrama, but asking me to believe someone would feel guilt over someone's descent into evil because of their own greed and wrongdoings is complete bullshit, even for a melodrama. Don't misunderstand me, though, I still love Ma Roo. I just can't comprehend that level of responsibility and empathy for others, I guess.

Ma Roo and Eun Gi
When this episode came to a close, Attorney Park was lying in the hospital bed for threatening to expose the truth about Eun Gi's father's death while Jae Hee, who is living in Ma Roo's old house, is claiming that she will never turn herself in until Ma Roo gives her his heart. I had naively thought that when Jae Hee realized what a pathetic person she is for allowing these men to take responsibility for her mistakes, she would choose the right path. But of course, she doesn't. I also thought that after Jae Hee demanding Ma Roo's love in exchange for taking responsibility for the murder, he would give in. Fortunately, at least at the end of the episode, he didn't hand himself over, and instead approached Eun Gi for a head-leaning-on-shoulder moment and a let's-run-far-away-together moment. Ahhhh, Kdrama cliches!

Also, I want this....

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Thursday, November 8, 2012

The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) episode 18

Song Joong Ki as Kang Ma Roo
The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) episode 18 feels like the beginning of the end. It seems as if things are starting to come to a head, and truths are about to be exposed. What I am personally looking forward to the most is the inevitable downfall of Han Jae Hee. After watching her get drunk, consider leaving everything behind for Ma Roo, and then cry on his shoulder in the park (we'll talk about that in a moment), I was feeling really angry. I understand that she is a twisted person who is desperate to escape the gutter she lived in in her past, but I think she is a complete snake, and I don't believe her words or tears. Eun Gi, on the other hand, is being completely destroyed by this ill fate.

Moon Chae Won as Seo Eun Gi
Eun Gi is trying with all her might to hate Ma Roo for using her, but she can't find the strength to overpower her heart. And, since Moon Chae Won is such an amazing actress (I love her !), the pain and the division of her heart and mind is visible in every movement Eun Gi makes and every word she speaks. When she sat on her bed listening to hers and Ma Roo's song while they both sat quietly on the phone, that's where the tears started to flow from my eyes. I know that this love story is following the typical "why can't they just be together and live normal lives and not have such a screwed up web of misunderstandings and evil people trying to separate them?" theme, but I still find myself heartbroken over the fact that Eun Gi and Ma Roo can't simply be happy together and make beautiful Korean babies together.

Ma Roo and Han Jae Hee
As the episode came to a close, I found myself feeling confused, disturbed, and queasy. I don't know what Attorney Park told Ma Roo (about Eun Gi's father's death?), but we see Jae Hee crying on his shoulder in the end. I hope that Ma Roo is plotting something to take Jae Hee down because that bitch needs to be knocked off her pedestal. Also, if I don't find out what is going on with Ma Roo's health soon, I am going to throw a BF (that's a White Chicks reference for you). Next week should bring some major drama, and answers, I hope, because the last two episodes will air!

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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) episode 17

Song Joong Ki as Kang Ma Roo
Eun Gi is back! And you best believe that bitch is pissed. I have to admit, though, that I am happy she has returned. I love Moon Chae Won, but I especially love her as the bitchy Eun Gi and not so much as the air-headed Eun Gi who trusted everyone. Episode 17 of The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) is all about the wrath that Eun gi is bringing back with her returned memories. At the beginning of the episode, the last scene of episode 16 was replayed, and it still gives me chills. The whole 17th episode is frightening, though.

Moon Chae Won as Seo Eun Gi

Eun Gi's act of pretending to still be the lost and sweet girl is like watching a sociopath prepare to slaughter an entire family, and this is precisely what Eun Gi has in mind. She wants to get her revenge on the Kang Ma Roo that pretended to love her as deeply as she loved him, but slapped her across the face by telling her that he would do anything to get Jae Hee back. This whole situation has my heart ripped in two. On one side, I want to say, "you go girl" to Eun Gi because she has every right not to trust Ma Roo based on the things he said and did while she was starting to fall for him. On the other side, though, my heart aches for Ma Roo. He has had such a dismal life, and fucked up his chance at being loved by Eun Gi (at least for now?). I also feel bad for Attorney Park. He tries so hard to take care of Eun Gi, but it seems that she would crush him like a bug under her heel, if necessary.

Ma Roo and Eun Gi
Now, as for that non-existent wedding, I knew right away that Eun Gi was the one who passed the story about Ma Roo and Jae Hee on to the media. I think Ma Roo knew too. His worst fear is becoming a reality as Eun Gi becomes an angry monster seeking to destroy. Clearly, to us viewers, what she believes of Ma Roo is not the case because she is his new single-minded motivation for living. The question, for me, is: will Ma Roo want to keep living now and get the surgery? I am concerned that he will choose the wrong path and do something tragic for Eun Gi's sake. As this episode ended, Ma Roo reveals to Eun Gi that he knew she remembered everything even before the wedding. From what I can tell in the preview for episode 18, the shit has hit the fan. What Ma Roo is thinking by kissing Jae Hee, I am not sure yet, but I imagine that there will be tears.

Ma Roo
Oh, and we get to see the title in the show during this episode in Eun Gi's notebook that she used while trying to regain her memories...

The nice guy never seen anywhere in the world
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Saturday, November 3, 2012

The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) episode 16 screencaps

I also have many screencaps from episode 16. Here are some Picasa edits for you to enjoy as well.

Kang Ma Roo

Seo Eun Gi and Kang Ma Roo

Kang Ma Roo

Seo Eun Gi and Kang Ma Roo

Seo Eun Gi

The Innocent Man (Nice Guy) episode 15 Screencaps

I took a bunch of screencaps of this episode, and I only posted a few on here. I posted most on Tumblr, but since I wanted to mess around with Picasa so I edited a few. Enjoy!

Moon Chae Won as Seo Eun Gi

Song Joong Ki as Kang Ma Roo

Seo Eun Gi

Kang Ma Roo and Seo Eun Gi

Lee Kwang Soo as Park Jae Gil and Lee Yoo Bi as Kang Choco

Kang Ma Roo and Seo Eun Gi

Yang Ik June as Han Jae Sik

Full House Take 2 episodes 5-8

No Min Woo as Tae Ik gettin' naked

 To start off, I want to share something that I realized about this show. At first I thought the format was a bit strange, having 4 half-hour episodes per week. I discovered, though, that each video is actually a half of a full episode. So, my first post was technically about episodes 1 and 2, parts 1 and 2, and this post is about episodes 3 and 4, parts 1 and 2. I was wondering why they replayed such a long part of the previous episode at the beginning of the next because the videos are so short it seemed like a waste of airtime, but thinking about them as parts makes a lot more sense. Now, as far as the actual content of the show, episode 3, part 1 started off on a humorous note. I did think the Islam jokes were a little overboard, but comedy is all about extremes, and if some people get a bit offended then sorry, but that's just how comedy works. The naked scene in the sauna was funny as well. Tae Ik asked Man Ok later if she saw his schlong, she said no of course. I am going to assume that she did, though. And I also want to add that even though No Min Woo has such a tall, slender body, he does look good with his shirt off.

Tae Ik and Park
 In the next episode (episode 3 part 2, technically) the Take One guys hold a fan meeting and receive some ridiculous gifts from some Chinese girls. First let's talk about the jeweled mic, it was hilarious how they were both practically drooling over it, and Tae Ik was genuinely upset when it wasn't a gift for him. When I started the show last week, I found Tae Ik and Kang Hwi's petty fighting to be obnoxious, but since learning more about their personalities, I find them much more entertaining. What I can't possibly accept about this episode, though, is that someone who loves a musical idol like Tae Ik enough to make him some cat PJs wouldn't know that he ie allergic to fur. Don't those crazy fans know everything about their beloved idols? Anyway, the ugly cat pajamas lead to more drama when they are involved in the expensive missing watch scandal in episode 4 part 1.

Kang Hwi

The last episode of the week (episode 4 part 2) begins where the previous one leaves off with Take One performing. Kang Hwi's vision suddenly becomes blurry (it had happened briefly before during the fan meeting) and he stops mid-concert to try to regain his sight. When the tears started streaming from his eyes, I was like, "no!" He is so cute and sweet that I am going to hate to see him sick. Unfortunately, the last episode ends without a diagnosis from the Doctor on Kang Hwi's condition so it is still up in the air. On a lighter note, though,  it is becoming more clear that Tae Ik is interested in Man Ok more than he would like to admit. After she defends him and beats up that jerk executive, Tae Ik looks for her frantically until he finds her in the hole in the woods. I personally love a good worrying-and-searching-for-someone-they-say-they-don't-like-but-secertly-do scene, and this one was no exception. And, naturally, when they are forced to sleep together, Tae Ik notices how adorable Man Ok is. I think we all know where this is going! Let the love triangle begin!

Tae Ik and Hwang Jung Eum as Man Ok
I also want to add that the house in Full House Take 2 is amazing. I get why Tae Ik wants it, and is willing to act like a jerk as a pop idol to get it. Maybe Man Ok and Tae Ik will end up in it together in the end? I guess we'll wait and see.

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