Every morning I wake up, I feel amazed that you and I; the two of us, have not separated despite all the troubles and misfortunes of this world.
Na Jeong’s dad, Reply 1994.
Even when you know you’ll get hurt, keep going straight.
Cha Eun Sang. The Heirs
Because don’t be afraid of pain - focus on the right path.
Choi Young Do - you will forever be my favourite elementary school boy.
As women, we are taught to be tiny. To have small bodies, to never be imposing. The ideal of our gender are thin and childlike, hairless and dainty. We are defined by our bodies; defined by our control over them. We are taught to obsess over our physicality and to be repulsed by our desires and intelligences.
We are taught to walk scared late at night. We cradle our keys between our perfectly manicured fingers, walking gracefully like a baby antelope in a herd of lions. That our virginity defines our character. That I am a frigid bitch if I do not fuck him, and a dirty slut if I do.
Michelle K., The Truth About Growing Up A Woman (via rauchwolken)
If I have to kneel, I’ll kneel. But afterwards, I can stand back up again. If I can keep standing up after kneeling down, there will come a day when I won’t have to kneel anymore.
Kim Tan, The Heirs.
The fight for a man’s dignity.
Oh. My. God.
What can I say about this drama? I’ve been following it since episode 1 came out, but it really didn’t seem like anything special to me at first.
The plot was clichè, the characters were typical, and the title was cheesy.
But miraculously, everything turned out to be amazing! Keep watching it if you’re just starting!
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"Don’t answer what? My heart?" //smirk