I previously mentioned that I started reading this book "Kim Ji Young, Born 1982 (82년생 김지영)". But I had to stop at some point because aside from it made me really mad, it has become too triggering to bear. To my surprise, I saw it featured when I opened my Netflix. I don't know when … Continue reading Kim Ji Young Born 1982 on Netflix
The Story True Beauty (여신강림) is about Lim Jugyeong who got bullied in school for "being ugly." Since she was little, she was ridiculed because of her looks. When she got the chance to transfer to a different school, she found a way to transform herself through make up. In her new school, she got … Continue reading KDrama Review | True Beauty (2020)
Start Up had a lot of discourse on social media, especially about "Team Dosan" and "Team Jipyeong". I can't wait to finally talk about it! The Story Start Up's story started with the two sisters, Dal Mi and In Jae, who were separated at a young age because of their parents divorce. Dal Mi then … Continue reading KDrama Review | Start Up (2020)
The Smile Has Left Your Eyes is also known as Hundred Million Stars from the Sky (하늘에서 내리는 1억 개의 별) and is a remake of 2002 Japanese series of the same title. The Story The Smile Has Left Your Eyes is about two orphans who grew up with no recollection of their childhood. When … Continue reading KDrama Review | The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (2018)
Record of Youth (청춘기록) is the third Korean drama I have watched with my friend through Netflix Party (Teleparty). From Hospital Playlist to It's Okay Not To Be Okay to this, the first drama we didn't like from the very first episode. We only managed to get through it because it's Park Bogum. We really … Continue reading KDrama Review | Record Of Youth (2020)
It's been a week since it ended, but I still can't believe it's over. I also can't believe I'm writing this review. It's Okay Not To Be Okay (사이코지만 괜찮아) really did bring me healing too – in more ways than one. "People stick together because they are weak. We lean on each other. That’s … Continue reading KDrama Review | It’s Okay Not To Be Okay
I want to discuss about the ending scene because I heard some people do not actually like it or they would prefer otherwise. So, for my two cents:
You must be able to express your sadness and be able to cry together to be a family. You must be able to express your happiness and be able to be happy for one another to be a family.