Thursday, June 28, 2012

My Dear Enemy in Blue

So yesterday I attended the movie screening at Korean Cultural Center titled "My Dear Enemy" with one of my friends; Reni. Since we're both jobless and thus, have nothing to do, we decided to go. Actually, I have a lame story about yesterday. Haha. We took the Kopaja to reach KCC which located in Equity Tower, SCBD. Usually, we always take the 66 bus. Instead of 66, we took the wrong bus, we rode the 620 bus and ended up in Blok M terminal. Oh my God. I'm so stupid hahaha. So, we took 66 bus from Blok M and arrived safely at KCC. We're around 10 minutes late, so when we arrived the movie was already played. Fortunately we were not that late so we can still enjoy the movie without getting confused.


So here is my look yesterday:



Products used:

Face

  • Etude House Shini Star Clear BB Lotion
  • Etude House Nymph Aura Volumer #1
  • Etude Real Loose Powder
  • Etude House Tear Drop Powder (mixed with loose powder) 04

Eye

  • Etude House Proof 10 Eye Primer
  • Etude Color Eye Shadow BL575
  • Etude House Orgel Light Eyes 05
  • Revlon Colorstay Crayon Eyeliner - Black
  • Etude House Easy Brow Pencil #1
  • Max Factor False Lash Effect Fusion Mascara - Black

Cheek

  • Etude Deco Cheek 09
  • Etude House Lovely Cookie Blusher 

Lips

  • Etude Light Fit Concealer
  • Etude House Dear Darling Tint #3
  • Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick 117 Creme
  • Etude House Nymph Aura Dear Darling Roll Roll Gloss 18
So, how's the movie?
My Dear Enemy tells the story between two ex-lovers who travels together in a day in order to retrieve money. Here is the synopsis to be clear:
Thirty-something Hee-Su (Jeon Do-Yeon) is single, jobless, & miserable. She holds a perpetual sneer, showcasing all of the bitterness she holds against life and her ex-boyfriend Cho Byung-Woon (Ha Jung-Woo). Meanwhile, Cho Byung-Woon is a fast talker and a known player with women. He's also a dreamer with little in tangible assets (Byung-Woon is jobless & currently homeless). Approximately one year ago, Byung-Woon borrowed $3,500 from Hee-Su. Since the loan, Hee-Su hasn’t seen or heard from Byung-Woon.
One day, when Byung-Woon cohorts at a racetrack with friends, he turns around to find Hee-Su standing over him and giving him a stare down that's reflective of all the disdain she holds for him … or does she? Hee-Su demands repayment for her loan and not later today or tomorrow, but right now. Byung-woon doesn’t have the money to pay her back, but he does have a lot of other girlfriends that would loan him the money. Thus, Byung-Woon and Hee-Su set out together to retrieve the money and possibly more….
Overall the movie is good, brings some laughter too. Whoa, gotta post another blog post soon. Bye. :)

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