September 27, 2014


Life's been good lately even though block exam is coming next week. The material is still abstract in my brain but Im trying to absorb as much as possible. I also realise lately I didnt blog that often anymore. Writing has become my passion and blogging is one of my way to explore more of it. Currently not following any drama, I think dramas in this period are not my style hence I just read the recaps from the blogs I usually follow. JYJ Asia Tour has ended a few days ago and the last stop was Bangkok. Im happy because I had the chance to meet them and see them singing live before they enter military service next year. Still I have never met Homin and that is one of my resolution as well. But rumors surfacing in some sns saying they will have an Asia tour next year. Actually I want to go to one of their 5 dome tours in Japan; too bad it is in the middle of the academic year. If they are really planning for an Asia Tour, Im going to come this time. Fingercrossed! xx

September 14, 2014

Movie review: 君に届け (Kimi ni todoke)

Maybe this is the second or third Jmovies I've watched because I never follow updates about the latest one. I was bored and randomly found this one in the popular movie list. Translated as From Me To You, this one is also an adaptation of the same name manga. If you've ever watched Jmovies or doramas, you will probably know that their style is more into teaching morals not only lovey dovey scene. Even their romance movies are not as lovable as Koreans but still I like their style. The same goes to this one. It's a romance movie but I didnt put my expectation as high as I watch Korean one. The story tells about a girl named Sawako Kuronuma, an honest and kind girl who have no friends. Her friends called her "Sadako" because of her similar appearance to the ghost in movie "The Ring". Everybody is afraid of her; there's a rumor said that when somebody looks into her eyes, they will get cursed. I feel pity for her at first, but her appearance is somehow scary with long hair and always looking down. Her world starts to change when a popular boy in the school, Shota Kazehaya, befriends with her. Mostly the movie tells about how she changes her personality from an introvert to the bright one. The self changing journey is really amazing because we all know it's not easy. I cry a few times when watching it especially when her friends defend her while she was being attacked by other girls inside the toilet. I cant say much about this drama; it's good to be one of your reference if you like heartwarming movie.

Rate: 7.5/10


Trailer (eng sub):

September 12, 2014

Drama review: 괜찮아 사랑이야 (It's Okay It's Love)

It's the last episode yesterday and this morning I directly watched it. Some people refer to this drama as It's Okay That's Love. It is too good to be true! I admit at first this wasnt at my drama list, mostly because I saw the promotional poster and I felt both main leads didnt have the chemistry at all. There's also another poster with them sleeping in a bathtub. Not only me who thought this way, but also most of the netizens. Gong Hyo Jin and Jo In Sung are both my favorite actor and actress, but their chemistry are more into bestfriend type. But yeah they have proved that Im wrong; I totally love this drama! The actors portray themselves really well and this GongJo couple's chemistry is just incredible. They dont make like they are acting; they just let it flow naturally and you will find that you really enjoy it. Jo In Sung is Jang Jae Yeol, a bestselling author with emotional childhood scar and Gong Hyo Jin is Ji Hae Soo, a psychiatrist who is not affectionate. He has the face of player; handsome and charming. He met Haesoo accidentally and both are not fond of each other since the first time they met. Jaeyeol has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and a sleeping disorder where he can only sleep in the bathtub. One day Jaeyeol moves to a house where surprisingly Haesoo also lives there with a fellow sunbae Joo Dong Min and Park Soo Kwang, a guy with Tourette Syndrome. How they can be dating is also very awkward because they start dating not after falling in love with each other but before it. I find it weird since typically kdrama couples always start dating after they fall in love. There are also Jaeyeol's older brother, Jaebum, who has been in jail for 14 years because of murdering his stepdad and Han Kangwoo, played by EXO D.O., a boy who will take an important part till the end of the story. The twist will come afterwards where Jaeyeol's childhood emotional scars had actually made him developed a mental disorder (not only OCD). I like this drama not only because Im interested in psychiatry, but also because the premise is unique and they dont make the story easily guessed by the audience. Following the episodes you can feel that GongJo has irresistable chemistry making everybody loves them. Not to mention they had a lot of kisses and hugs in this drama. I thought they kissed more than 10 times. I would like to give a little spoiler here but this will reduce the interest in the story so I decide not to tell you guys xD This is indeed one of my favorite drama this year where actually I have watched Angel Eyes and Joseon Gunman till half of the whole episodes but I didnt manage to finish it because I felt they were too boring and draggy after the mid parts. Some kdramas are just ended that way; it was awesome from the beginning till half way but then they change the storyline to what I think is the dumbest one and I stop watching right away. I know everybody has their own preference in kdrama genres but you can start watching this one first and then decide whether you want to continue watching it. Very recommended and happy watching!

Rate: 9.5/10
Link to watch the drama: CLICK HERE 

 Jang Jae-yeol is a writer of bestselling mystery novels and a radio DJ. Playful and a bit arrogant, he also suffers from obsessive–compulsive disorder. Ji Hae-soo is a psychiatrist on her first year of fellowship. Driven and ambitious with her career yet compassionate towards her patients, Hae-soo has a negative attitude towards love and relationships in her personal life. Once Jae-yeol and Hae-soo meet, there is much contention between them caused by their strong personalities and refusal to give in to each other. But slowly their bickering turns into love and they begin to learn how compatible they are. Jae-yeol and Hae-soo attempt to heal each other's deep-seated wounds, but their fledgling relationship takes a blow when they learn that Jae-yeol's mental health issues are more serious than they initially suspected. (wiki)

my favorite!

another favorite couple!
another secret....

The trailer (eng sub):