The World of the Married [Review]


Be Melodramatic/Melo is my Nature (Review)

My journey as a kdrama fan is one long journey. I gravitated towards heavy dramas several years back maybe because I just grew up and was curious about many things. Kdrama on the other hands, helped to introduced me to those things I was curious about. Kdramas which are thriller, procedural, crime – those type of genres, require you to think and remember many little details. That’s what made me first fell in love with these genres. Until this day, I still highly enjoy those genres and prioritize them on my to-watch list.

As I get older I appreciate slice of life dramas more because they’re realistic and sometimes console me. Well, as I get older I’ve got to experience new things. I keep only the good memories. When I’m not at my best condition (emotionally or physically) I reminisce those good memories to pick myself up again. South Korea’s slice-of-life dramas are packaged in the most humble way that when the drama has a similar vibe/activity/moments with what I myself have experienced before, can’t help but recalling my very own memories of it.


Oh My Ghost [Flash Review]


“Everyday is scarily valuable. My conclusion is that, if possible, forgive. And maybe take a loss. And live happily. The one who forgives can sleep in peace but not the one who needs to be forgiven.” – Soon Ae


Squad 38/38 Task Force (Flash Review)

SQUAD 38/38 TASK FORCE [Flash Review]

“Even if you scam people with anything and everything else, you shouldn’t scam with people’s feelings. Your opponent gets hurt and you become lonely.” – Chun Sung Hee (Task Force 38)