Strong Woman & Weightlifing Fairy – KTOTS Drama Review

Why has it has been so quiet with drama reviews? Because I keep watching them one after the other! There are too much goodies! For this review, I wanted to talk about both Weightlifting Fairy: Kim Bok Joo and Strong Woman Do Bong Soon. I pick these two write together because the relationship and chemistry between the characters in these two shows were ABSOLUTELY amazing and considering the Weightlifting Fairy Couple are dating, it’s clearly no surprise. Also besides Do Bong Soon’s super strength, the shows were very relatable and…

Trying Something New ^.^

  I wanted to try to incorporate videos into my blogs because I felt like I wasn’t expressing a lot of what I felt about the stuff that I was posting. How I react to things in person is different then how I write so I figured to try this out. For now, the videos will be unlisted from YouTube and only viewable from here just to see how see how comfortable I get with the camera and how well I can edit on Windows Media Player (since everyone knows…

Asian Drama of the Week 7

I decided to post this late because when I came to write about these dramas, I had to scan through it again to make sure that I didn’t in fact missed something and confirm with other kdrama watchers. I had finished Vampire Detective and from what I heard it either had the same writer as Vampire Prosecutor and/or that it was loosely based on it. I agree that it is the same writer as all 3 of dramas had ridiculous cliff hangers. “Prosecutor Min Tae-Yeon (Yeon Jeong-Hun) is bitten by somebody he doesn’t…

Asian Drama of the Week 6

If you like dramas that make you think and be on the edge of seat, then this week’s drama for you! Mind you, I really still don’t understand fully what happened at the end but I will still happy with the overall show. I also have a bad habit of skipping (even though I don’t remember skipping…) so it could be something I missed. Because this show has so much information, I don’t want to give away anything so I will just say: there are a lot of twists. There…

Asian Drama of the Week 5

This week’s post is a day late but I had to post it this week! I wasn’t letting procrastination get the best of me. This week’s Asian Drama of the Week for me is….. I loved Eun-Hye in Coffee Prince so it’s what fuelled me to watch this show. I’m probably boasting this show a lot more than I should but I really enjoyed it. It’s always on my list of recommendation. Yeah  Eun-Hye’s character lies a lot and it kind of rolls into something messy but I think she plays the character…

Asian Drama of the Week 4

I couldn’t choose one Reply Series because even though I could like one more than the other, they were still my favourite to watch. At first, I thought 1997 was the best, the 1994 came out and that one was amazing. 1988 came out… I loved it but the ending didn’t suffice for me so Reply 1994 still is the winner for me. All 3 series, you did have to figure out who main female lead got married to but the story surrounded events that happened at that time of…

Asian Drama of The Week 3

The good thing about these posts is that there may not be many or any spoilers because I never usually remember the full moments. I do remember if I thoroughly enjoyed it to the end and if I felt satisfied at the end. There are quite a bit of dramas where I really felt good about and then the ending ruined it. This week’s drama made me bawl my eyes out, kept me on my toes (or rather confused), and completely satisfied. That is: It’s Okay, That’s Love    …

Asian Drama of the Week – May 10/16 – Classics Part 2

Because it’s classics I couldn’t fit it all in one post. So here is part 2.   Drunken/Fated to Love You I grouped these two together because they have very similar in story ideas. DTLY -“Two strangers, both proposed marriage to their respective girl/boyfriend, were rejected on the same day. They decided that the best way to deal with the rejection was to get drunk, real drunk. During the 24 hours of their crazy drunkenness, these two stranger became fast friends and got married… to each other. When they finally…

Asian Drama of the Week – May 3/16 – Classics Part 1

To introduce this new series, I will be basing the next couple of posts on the “classic” Asian Dramas. So for the ones that are new to Kdrama or all Asian Dramas, this is for you. When I got introduced to this crazy world, I was always recommended the same ones even though they were a few years old but I guess they definitely left an impact because I remember them to this day!   So the first one that everyone should have at least heard of is “Boys Over Flowers”…