What’s here? My highly anticipated drama Time Between Dog and Wolf. After the uncertainty of which network would air the drama and the changing of airing dates, it finally premiered on July 18th on MBC. At long last! However, with any high expectation, especially because of what happened with Witch Amusement, I’m a little worried that this drama is going to disappoint. Thankfully, though, initial reactions to the first and second episodes are generally good so my excitement is still going strong. I’m going to watch the first episode soon and hopefully, it’s good. Has anyone seen it yet? Do you like it?
It’s been awhile since my last entry, hasn’t it? When school began back in May, I told myself that I would put off watching k-dramas for a year so that I could focus on my studies. That, in turn, would leave me with very little to blog about and plus, time is a luxury for me so that’s why there hasn’t been any new site update. Well, although school is still crazy and having enough time to sleep and eat is a hard task, I’ve come to realize that vowing to give up k-dramas completely and actually being able to do it are two different things. Perhaps, the plan to stop watching them altogether was too ambitious for me. The drama world is the fun and fantastical world where I can get away from and momentarily forget about the stress and unhappiness of everyday life.
In order to attend this program, I had to move far away from home to another city and am feeling homesick almost everyday. Living in a new environment and trying to adapt to it while at the same time, missing my family and friends like crazy makes the process all the more difficult. And if watching an episode of a drama that I enjoy makes me feel better, how could I give up something that brings me so much joy and help the time pass by a little quicker, right? Right.
And so, here I am, back to blogging, downloading, watching, and subtitling.
The two shows that I’m following at the moment are Bad Couple and the recently premiered Coffee Prince.
I’m also trying to catch up on Thank You because it comes highly recommended by many people. However, given the genre that the drama is in, I’m probably not going to be finishing it soon since I need comedy and light entertainment more than the heavy melodrama in Thank You.
I’ve heard and read alot of great things about Flowers for My Life (mainly from javabeans’ blog). This one, I’m saving to marathon when the subtitle project is complete.