I know what you’re probably thinking… two blog posts in one week!? Is she sick!? Is she dying!? Alas the answer is no… I’m just incredibly bored and have a wealth of time. And to take advantage of that time to my best abilities, I decided to take a break from watching Chinese Drama Boss and Me interspersed with Harry Potter fanvids to update you on a recent film I watched called Train to Busan! Beware… spoilers ahead!
Hello everyone! I know it’s been a ridiculously long time since I last wrote… What’s new, am I right? I could give you my typical excuses or I could just accept the inevitable, I am incredibly lazy and spectacular at putting things off.
However… one plus of my radio silence is that I have a looooot of things I want to talk about. The list goes on and on in terms of what I’ve been watching over the past couple of months, but the MOST PRESSING is… unsurprisingly… the drama that has already sparked so much conversation – W: Two Worlds.
Hello everyone! And Happy New Year! I know it’s nearly February already but as per usual I’ve been busy with life and all the messy intricacies that come along with it, so I haven’t gotten around to writing anything. But last night I (finally) finished the ridiculously long drama Reply 1988, so I decided to churn out a quick post about it – and specifically about the adorable OTP of Taek and Deok Sun. If you haven’t noticed from the title, this will be spoiler heavy!
I’m back! I realize I haven’t posted a regular update in quite a while (excluding my recent feminist rant), so I’m attempting to get back into my normal type of blogging by giving a short review of the Japanese drama Piece. I have very conflicting emotions on this drama, so please bare with me. Also, this review will contain spoilers, so if you’ve not watched it, beware!
If you guys follow my tumblr (you few loyal diehards! I love you all!!) then you’ll know that recently I finished watching the drama Rescue. I was recommended to watch it by the lovely Gollumisbeautiful, whose tumblr is just a thing of beauty (honestly check it out if you like Japanese guys!!) because she knows I have a mild obsession (ok, maybe not so MILD) with Yamamoto Yusuke. This obsession has in past led me to watching some of the most ridiculous shows on earth. Recently I started trying to watch Nankyoku Tairiku for him, and let’s face it, the only good thing about that drama is the dogs.
So, anyways, I finished the drama Rescue in about a week after downloading it, and I’ve decided to review it. I’ll try to keep this post as short and sweet as I can, but I have a tendency to air on the wordy side of short, so let’s see how well I keep to that!
Again, this is going to have some spoilers, though not too many, but if you don’t want to know some of the finer points of this show, finish watching it til you look at this!
Given the fact this blog is brand-smacking new, I’m still trying to decide what to do with it. As I’m a huge lover of Korean dramas, I’ve always thought about doing reviews or recaps of them. As of now, I don’t have the time nor the patience to actually recap a full series, and I don’t want to commit this blog to one genre exclusively, so I’ll just start with reviews. Recently I’ve watched a spectacular show, so I am very excited to dedicate my first real post to a review of the 2011 Korean drama White Christmas. I actually only got turned onto it three days ago, when I was surfing dramabeans’ website and came across Heads No.2’s recap of the first episode of this drama (which I’ve linked below in case anyone wants an in depth, episode by episode recap rather than one long summary). This post will be a spoiler-full summary with my thoughts on the show. I warn you now: if you haven’t seen the show and don’t want to know major plot points, do not read this post!