[school ] you are the same: gulpsofoxygen
of the most emotional male relationships of the genre. The general plot concerns the reunion between Go Nam-Soon and Park Heung-Soo. Characters Park Heung Soo, Go Nam Soon. With 52 . the episodes of School , this story explores the real relationship between Heungsoo and Namsoon. School Go nam-soonXPark heung-soo: Friend or Foe. K Reads 69 Votes 2 Part "Everyone this is Park Heung-soo," the teacher said. I shivered at the "Heung soo-ah, go sit there." The teacher pointed . You need to continue it and update soon please~~~ Reply . When there's a third party in their relationship.
When he takes over the titular coffee shop and adds Eun-Chan, still in drag, to the roster of an attractive all-male staff, Han-Gyul begins to develop inexplicable romantic feelings for her. Han-Gyul was only mistakenly playing gay and that makes everything okay.
Go Namsoon/Park Heungsoo - Works | Archive of Our Own
Of course, the two fall in love. Director Choi proposes that the two might come to love one another as a couple, two fugitive exotic birds flying above the normative radar of Seoul society. While Personal Taste took the then-groundbreaking step of introducing an actual gay character to the screen, that homosexual presence recasts the jocular intimacy between Jin-Ho and his architecture colleague Noh Sang-Jun in troubling ways. In performing gayness, Jin-Ho and Sang-Jun become more aware of the ways in which their bodies and feelings encounter one another, as when their friendly affection leads two female characters to assume they must be dating.
In response to this comedic gag, they begin modifying their previously natural relationship. Since Personal Taste and the popular family drama Life is Beautiful debuted inK-dramas have been caught between representing the necessity of strong male relationships in navigating the life struggles of contemporary Korean society and the realistic portraits of homosexual life that threaten how those relationships signify.
A year later, the absence of homosexuality from the world of School produced in its place one of the most emotional male relationships of the genre. Haunted by guilt, Nam-Soon cocoons himself for two years inside an empty apartment that remains a conveniently parents-free zone throughout the show. I had no one to turn to. I, who ruined your legs and your future!
A trio of young toughs risks being torn apart when two members want to give up gang life, calling down the fury of their heavily mascaraed leader, Oh Jung-Ho, whose broken home and alcoholic father are only a few of the obstacles he faces in overcoming the poverty that makes life a daily struggle.
“School 2013” Park Heung Soo asked Go Nam Soon To Stop Being Sorry.
These male relationships have a worlding importance in School as resources that guard vulnerable youth against the challenges faced by those who fall below economic and academic ideals. Moreover, these passionate friendships secure the boys against precarity when the institutions traditionally vested with that power — conjugal romance which surprisingly never enters the picturefilial obligation, and the state apparatus — fail to do so.
On the other hand, the ability for those relationships to flourish as they do in K-dramas seems to depend on the relegation of homosexuality to the closet. While living in New York inI forged a friendship in the folly and feeling typical of an NYU undergraduate experience. We studied together, went on vacation together, shared apartments, shared beds, almost shared a girlfriend though not concurrentlyand shared his down comforter, naked save for boxers, while we watched movies through a haze of pungent smoke.
K-Drama Feature: Best Bromances
When I came out in our senior year, I feared it might hurt the friendship that had deepened over three years, calling into question whatever my real feelings for him might have been. A stormy relationship ensues, and each episode reveals a little more about why Heung Soo hates Nam Soon.
Finally, the two reconcile near the end of the series.
One of the most believable bromances I've seen in a long time, and certainly dramatic. They speak easily to one another and are frank about dating and sex.
Sometimes aggravating, sometimes hilarious, always buddies. Though there have been hiccups along the way, these four gentlemen retain their friendship through both good and bad.
'School ' Go Nam Soon and Park Heung Soo Opened Up to Each Other : KDramaStars
Initially smitten with the same woman, they still continue their friendship despite the rivalry, not letting the initial love triangle come between them. The bonds of their bromance are dashed to bits when Hyun Jun is declared a rogue operative and Sa Woo is given the task of hunting him down.
Bullies, arrogant to a fault, sons of the rich and powerful, yet fiercely loyal and protective towards one other. They're not afraid to tell one other when someone needs to just stop. Jun Pyo is constantly frustrating his fellows with his harebrained schemes, and they have to be honest with him to keep him in line.
When Woo Bin is morose, Yi Joeng cheers him up and tells him to man up.School 2013 go nam soon park heung soo part 3(2)
These boys are like a band of brothers and I can imagine them as ahjussis, maintaining the same depth of friendship that they always had.
Though coming from wildly different backgrounds, the two become rivals, and eventually friends. Despite the fact that they fight each other tooth and nail and their wrestling over who gets to wear underwear is hilariousyou always get the feeling they are looking out for one another even as they vie for Hye Mi's affections.
And when the chips are down, they are there for each other.
Yoon Jae and Joon Hee are the best of friends. Joking around, talking to each other, listening to each other, they do almost everything together.
They act like a married couple while they are roomies. Even a revelation that Joon Hee is gay doesn't stop them from being friends.