Hunting Wolf

 
Hunt the wolf down
Bring it to bay
Held under
the full moon’s sway
Hunt that wulf down
Cut its lycan throat
And bring to me the blood
From that silver coat
Hunt the vulpine down
And make for me a bed
From that ragged overgrown
Savage beast a safe nest
A litter of its own
Here, I lay to rest.
 
 
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***Yes, because it’s Halloween.  And for whatever reason, kitsunes and werewolves are on my mind.

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KPop and Me – Rant about The Night Watchman’s Journal

I cannot believe how they used the character of Moo Seok!  I’m trying to wait until I see the next episode to see if he somehow comes back to life, if Moo Seok does, but how they used him was so… anticlimactic…it was a HUGE disappointment.  I could not contain myself!
 
No, it’s not because I’m a Yunho bias.  Hell, if you read my entries, I’m more likely to shoot him down than raise him up!  But after the crying over his sister scene, Moo Seok had developed into a character easily relatable.  I blame the writers of the drama.  They did not think the whole story through.
 
At the beginning, they tried to make Moo Seok into a learned soldier.  That didn’t pan out.  Then they showed incredible scenes of Moo Seok training himself, the raw power of the warrior evident in each frame.  (Okay, it seemed like they were pandering to Jung Yunho’s fans, really.)  But I have always praised the fight choreographers.  With all the build-up of Moo Seok being this warrior soldier loyal to the king, the writers didn’t even allow him to die a death worthy of one?  I mean, he could have at least been given that chance to fight with someone!  He just gave up, for the love of the king who betrayed him.  Wow!!!!!  Does that even make sense?  Would a warrior really go down like that?  If that was me, cold blooded as I was, my dagger or ninja stars would have found its mark on the head of Park Soo Jong.  Then his henchman can kill me, but I would have eliminated one of the enemies of my lord king.  THAT’s what a warrior does!  Not effing give up and allow myself to be killed like so, for no other reason than because a stupid king ordered me.  I’m a warrior, dammit!  I will die fighting.  Stupid writers!!!! 

They wasted the potential of THIS…..

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For the stupidity of THESE…

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 AAAAAARRRRRRGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!  WAS THIS LOUD ENOUGH!!!!!????!!!!!

But, okay, I’ll give Jung Yunho credit for making the emotions come out of Moo Seok.  To the end, he gave his best.  Even though that first how many episodes made me doubt his ability to act AT ALL!!!  He just looked like he had botox shots and so his face was… frozen. But these last scenes made up for that.
 
Thank you for the enjoyable show, dude, but writers, seriously.  You wasted a perfectly good character.  I think you need to reevaluate your understanding of warriors.  Because of what I know of them, they would not give up like that.  That was a wasted death. WASTED!!!!!
 

Fading

A/N: Listening to Marching on – One Republic
Casting Crowns – I am yours.
 ~*~
The light of life is leaving me. 
A spooling thread far gone. 
The blush of youth has left me
I think I’m way past done
The war was fought and won
Though the battle rages on
I was young in ages past
I am growing old at last
A flower quickly fading
A memory slowly forming
A dusty tomorrow waits
For death is never late
Ah!  Such is fate!
 
 
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