One of these characters is not like the two others but what the hey, I do agree with the plea at the end. K-media this week shined a spotlight on three leading men of K-dramas Song Joong Ki, Lee Je Hoon, and Lee Seung Gi, each of whom is currently starring in a series. The article discussed how they are playing dark heroes or anti-heroes, and to which I want to yell “are you kidding me, Seung Gi-ya in Mouse is a full on serial killing psychopath!” But I think the gist of the article is that these talented actors are making ethically dubious roles where people are killed at their hands riveting to audiences, and in the case of Vincenzo and Taxi Driver the audience roots for them because it’s basically using evil means to fight even more evil people. The point of the article is praising the acting and onscreen depth of these three actors and calling for drama screenwriters to not miss out on these prime opportunity to write each a “lifetime romance drama” as their next show. While I’ve loved Song Joong Ki and Lee Seung Gi in certain romance dramas they have done, I can see what the reporter is saying, which is viewers do bestow on the right role/project a “once in a lifetime” accolade and not sure if their earlier dramas arise to that level. So I’m good, get these men a true romance STAT!