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Ah, one of my favorite topics when it comes to dramas: Bromances! Just to clarify, this is not a Top 10 list of the best bromances in Dramaland (though some of these are my favorites). These are just specific bromances … Continue reading
Drama slumps. God, do they SUCK. It’d been a while since I had one (like a few years, really), but I recently fell into one and I couldn’t figure out how to crawl out of it. I haven’t finished a … Continue reading
Ah, 2016 was such an eventful year. We had great dramas, shit dramas, dramas with great beginnings and shit endings… All in all, we got a lot of variety, which was both exciting and stressful as a drama viewer. Which … Continue reading
*cocks head* Hm. I… don’t know how to feel about this. On the one hand, damn. That’s one good lookin’ couple. On the other hand… Well, let’s rewind for a moment.
You know those days where you feel as if you desperately need to cry, and then you see or hear something — a picture, a video, a song — that miraculously makes you feel so much better? And then you … Continue reading
… Huh. All of a sudden, I’m going through an identity crisis… Pwahaha. This was actually a very fun, detailed quiz though. And I’m surprised with how uplifting the description of the results is. Right on, Sailor Moon … Continue reading
Sheesh, time really does fly with dramas. I feel like I just wrote my list for anticipated summer dramas, and now those shows are already over (with only W and Moonlight Drawn by Clouds still airing). I think it’ll be hard for … Continue reading
What. What. What. We can actually buy the beautiful artwork from W—Two Worlds? Gahhh, why must I be a financially-struggling student?? I seriously just want to buy all the things.
Yup. Three years later and my heart STILL hurts. The undeniable power of the magical gumiho (and the magical Cha Dae Woong) remains strong.
It’s been a week since the female-centric drama Age of Youth ended, and I’m just now starting to feel that familiar emptiness knowing there won’t be a new episode every week. That happens with every drama I watch, but with … Continue reading