I honestly thought these girls were one, same person. Shame on me. I was wrong. I saw My Sassy Girl first before ever encountering the Korean telenovelas on TV. The first Korean drama shown in GMA7 during the onset of Asian drama hype was Endless Love (Autumn in My Heart), if I’m not again mistaken.
The girls on the pics are Ji-Hyun Jun (left), the sassy girl from the movie, and Hye-Kyo Song, who starred as “Jenny” in the Tagalog-dubbed telenovela mentioned. (I have a very poor memory retention of these Korean names so forgive me for mentioning their movie/video character appearances.) Another soap opera where she starred in is Guardian Angel, which was shown on GMA7.
Recently, Hye Kyo appeared again as “Anna” when Sunshine of Love was featured in ABS-CBN’s Sandara’s Romance. My folly came while repeatedly mentioning “Anna” as the “sassy girl” in the internationally known Korean movie while watching Sunshine of Love. Perhaps, I have overly associated the characters of “Anna” and “the sassy girl”.
So now who’s the Sassy Girl?
Yesterday, I traveled again to the city of globes (WTH?) to submit the crammed product of my procrastinating self. Thank goodness the submission was “procrastinated” to next week. So it’s true, we’re undergoing training, home self-studying, that is, in preparation for our real work ahead. I’m more than half done with the Java assignment. Next is JSP (Java Server Pages) and one more book.
I’m having a hard time changing my procedural-oriented tiny programming brain to object-oriented programming. The hardest (yet) for me is relating GUI components to my functions, err… methods, whatever. The past days, my mind’s full of these OO terms. Been stuffing (shoving up) myself with Java terminologies lately for the upcoming comprehensive test. (-_-)
Although the deadline was postponed to next week, my expense paid off because I was able to take pictures of the products for my class project. Thanks to kind sirs and madams at the office.