Yes, I did start to see Yoochun pics lately, and as I didn't pay much attention on him before (only kinda liked his voice), now he looks... the arms... well... I still didn't pick up my jaw. I guess the best for him would be to leave all his idol status behind, because he's on the good track. Have faith in him (godss, I can't believe I actually said that about any idol... I'm going senile, I guess).
Anyway, back to the drama. Yongha is the most complicated, I guess. Good for the character that is played by fairly experienced (but not yet brilliant) actor. It is visible. All what he has done he done for fun, and now his comfortable world collapsed, he immersed himself a bit too much in discovering the truth about YS, and this brought him to the point he can't go back. None of the boys can.
I really like this about YS, she came as some sort of liberator. She showed Yongha that life is something more than gisaengs and fun, she showed SJ that he can be a human being, and she showed JS that he can focus on something more than revenge. Plus, she showed Blinky that it's not the money and position that counts, but the personality and friendship. On top, she showed him how to blink.
I see professor Jeong a bit close to Yongha on the ground of perceiving things. He discovered immediately Blinky's plot to mix the players, he sees right through people. I really like him. He sees right through Yongha's excuse to not participate in the games (I liked the bitter answer Yongha gave him after it).
Writers did mess up a bit SJ character, but hopefully not for long. It's normal in drama so I'm not pissed, because every character like this needs to go through some turmoil and do contradictory things, say hurtful things to the person one loves the most...
What interests me is his reaction after the discovery, heh. As for now, since he showed every type of reaction, I don't know what to expect. Plus, there is thisstupid girl and his father...
It's not like I don't like JS, I do, but not on the same level as SJ and Yongha.
And Issy, dear, it's good to have different opinions. I can handle those, I can't handle mindless kyaaaing and repeating "awesome" and "cute" five times in one sentence. It shows lack of the proper vocabulary.
(Oh yes, after todays's half of my classes I realized that the younger the crowd, the less vocabulary they use... And they are somehow deprived of imagination, they can't construct a simple sentence. Ehh...)