Hey everyone! It’s been so hard keeping up with posting T^T, but I finally got the chance to sit down with my green tea and write this post. As you all can tell from the title, today’s post is on my dyed hair.
Today’s post is on the korean drama “Hello, my Twenties” aka “Age of Youth”
# of Eps. : 12(each 1 hr)
Genre: School, Romance, Drama, Slice of Life
Plot: 5 girls are in their twenties and they each face a different problem. Han Jin-myung is a 28 year old who actually dropped out of college and is handling 2 or 3 different jobs at the same time for financial reasons. She works many jobs in order to pay for the hospital fees for her younger brother who has been in a coma for many years. Jung Ye-eun is a 22 year old girl who is foolishly in love and is afraid of losing her boyfriend so she often gets jealous and does not tell others how she feels. Song Ji-won is a 22 year old who is desperate to find a boyfriend. She claims to be able to see ghosts. Kang Yi-na is a 24 year old who is a prostitute. She sleeps with many men for money so that she could live an “easy life”. Eventually, though, her life is put into danger. Lastly, Yoo Eun-Jae is a 20 year old (also the youngest) who has a timid personality, but a dark past. These 5 girls live together in a building called “Belle Epoque” and learn about each other and themselves better. They go through problems together and learn the lesson of moving on with each other.
It’s been a while since I’ve written an anime review. Partially because I haven’t been watching animes (reverted to dramas and henceforth) and because the one I have been watching was new so there is only one new episode per week (which took forever to watch). Let’s break this anime up shall we?
(**Images not mine!! All credits go to original owners!)
Genre: Romance, School, Youth, Drama
# of Eps: 12
Viewer Discretion Advised!!! (although I assume everyone here is old enough)
Plot: Hanabi Yasuraoka and Mugi Awaya both love someone that is unreachable. In order to fill up their loneliness, they substitute each other as the one they love, in the physical intimacy aspect as well. However, they are not the only ones in pain and there are also characters with a double personality.
Hello everyone and welcome, to, another, Pokémon Spotlight Sunday! Today we’re going over the fighting, fit, burd known as: Hawlucha.
Now, Hawlucha has a very special place in my heart. I actually had a female one lead my team to victory in my Pokémon Y playthrough. She was great, and this birdy still packs a punch to this day. Let’s go over him, shall we?