Favorite Dramas of 2015

The last installment of my “year end post” series is here!! This last one is like, save the best for the last. After Best OST and Heart Attack Oppas, the third post is about 6 dramas that I really liked this year. I don’t want to force myself. I don’t want to tell myself hey let’s make it top 10, top 6 is so weird. It’s simply because I only highly enjoyed these 6 dramas this year. Others did satisfy my craving but they didn’t leave such deep impression unlike these six. Please note that this series (year end post series) is very very subjective and 10000% biased. The dramas are listed organized in chronological order. Now, shall we start? ^^ More

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Heart Attack Oppas (2015)

The second year end post is hereeeeeeeeeeeeee. This post is dedicated to all handsome, charming, hot af, heart-throbbing male actors who graced the small screen in 2015!!!! I had a very very very great time while writing this post. Just like the previous year end post which is Best OST of 2015, I had a hard time picking only the best oppas to make it to the final post. There are just so many great actors this year. And what made it even harder was, everyone is so handsome T_T My fangirl soul is awakened after so long. More

D-Day [review]

D-DAY [REVIEW]

“It’s not the vital monitor that pronounces death. It is a doctor who gives up on his patient. As long as you won’t give up. think the patient is still alive. ” Lee Hae Sung (D-Day)

D-Day is definitely a great show to watch especially if you’re looking for something fresh. It’s a very well done drama especially in cinematography aspect, characters development and intriguing conflict. I loved the chemistry among the casts and everyone did a fantastic job. The drama is also one of my fav dramas this year. I hope you guys know it by just looking at the amount of posts related to this disaster-medical drama on the blog. I also have 3 different headers of this drama that you can see on the header page. More

“Because I’m A Doctor” – Prof Han

I couldn’t help but hated Prof Han (played by Ha Suk Jin) because he always rejected boom-ticking patients. He had bad impression but in ep 14 I looked at him in different light. This is a post about that one scene that made me changed my opinion about him. AN APPRECIATION POST!!!!  More

‘D-Day’ First Impression (ep 1 & 2)

A 16-billion won drama surely looks different compare to other dramas. It’s also 80% pre-produced. When ep 1 aired they’ve filmed up to ep 15.  At first I thought the show would be a generic medical show with some action in it until I knew it’s actually a disaster show. It’s really rare for such genre to hit small screen since it costs a lot. I was worried for Kim Young Kwang and Jung So Min because I thought with 16 billion won they surely could cast better actors but so far, they are nailing their roles! The drama is stellar and on different level. I’ve only watch 2 eps so far but I’m loving everything and can’t wait to watch D-Day until its last ep.

In ep 1 we’re introduced to all characters and they’re slowing building up the atmosphere. We get to see the nature of every characters. As for the lead male, Lee Hae Sung, he’s a stubborn doctor who puts patients’ lives as top priority. This gives him bad relationship with others and also penalties and lawsuits are his best friends. And he loves to sleep!

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