Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Kimi wa Petto 3.0

Turns out they're making a K-drama version of one of my favorite manga titles of all time, Yayoi Ogawa's Kimi wa Petto, and it's starring Kim Hyun-joong, the gorgeous but wooden musician-turned-actor who played the Rui character in the k-drama version of Hana Yori Dango.

This is a mixed bag of news, dear readers. Kim Hyun-joong is seriously hot, and he can dance (important, as his character dances professionally). However, the role he will be playing—Momo, Ogawa's noisy, goofy, unexpectedly complicated protagonist—is a difficult one, and he's not going to be able to get away with flashing his (admittedly adorable) smile and calling it a day. We'll have to wait and see, but my hopes are not high.

Note: I wonder if they considered Lee Min-ki for the role? He's ridiculously hot, too, and I think he would have been spectacular.

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