Before I shared Mate’s habit of saying “일이니 (yi li ni)?” on this post [Fan-made MV] Collections of ‘Beautiful Man’ Dokgo Mate’s habit of saying “일이니 (yi li ni)?”. This time I’d like to share another fan-made only “일이니 (yi li ni)?” parts from episode 1 to 6. Enjoy!
Your heart will skip a beat when you watch this part. He is a genius and creator for most romantic scenes. I LOVE THIS NOSE KISSING.
tenshi_akuma’s note: The key phrase ‘미치죠! (mi chi jyo)’ Mate said this scene is used repeatedly in this video. Below is the exchange between Electric Fairy and Mate.
Mate: If I kiss you Fairy, wouldn’t your god be jealous?
Fairy: But you like receiving jealousy, right?
Mate: Madly. (미치죠!)
Did you already notice Dokgo Mate’s habit of saying “일이니(yi li ni)?” Many eels started to use this funnily, putting at the end of any sentences. And an eel made the collection MVs! It’s hard to explain the meaning, but I will try. According to Koreans, this expression is used between close friends or for little kids. Mate uses this when he sees or hears unexpected or irritating situations. He says this “일이니(yi li ni)?” in response to such situations. It means something like, “Ha! That’s silly! (What the heck?)” In ZIKZIN Raido part 5, an eel asked about this “일이니(yi li ni)?” and Jang Keun Suk revealed that this was originally used by him. He used it ad-lib on the BM shooting set. Hearing the phrase, the director liked it, and now it’s officially(Lol) become Mate’s typical phrase. Needless to say, it’s also very popular in eels’ world : )
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