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October was an eventful month in the Korean industry and I just wanted to highlight a few headliners.
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.
Hey everyone! Today’s post is on the recently completed drama Hwarang~
Genre: Romance, Historical
#of Eps: 20
Plot: The kingdom, Silla, has been ruled by a queen for a long time. She has kept her son (who is the true king) hidden from the world in fears that there would be people trying to kill him. She creates “Hwarang” which is a new elite that will protect the throne. In hopes of recruitment for the newly created Hwarang, the queen hires an instructor to find young men to join. Little did she know that the members include one commoner with the nickname “Dog-Bird” with hopes of revenge and her son among the elite.
How are you all doing? Over here on the east coast we are expecting a snowstorm tomorrow and tbh, I’m pretty happy^^ Right now I’m just listening to I.O.I’s “downpour” (which I’m in love with) and trying to get this review posted just in case I lose power tomorrow lol. And I’m also very excited to post about the popular kdrama “Goblin” so let’s get started!
[Note]: I postponed this post since forever!! I tried this sometime in early September and it’s been a month already… I wanted to post this on a Sunday since that is my beauty day and all, but then there were other things I wanted to post and I wanted to follow some type of schedule. I was also busy with school work and other activities so I didn’t have time to write it. So this got pushed way back and I was always conscious about this post and I finally got the chance to write it!! I know today’s a Monday, but I decided I didn’t want to delay it any further so here it is~
Today’s post will be on a new mobile game called “Mystic Messenger”. I don’t usually play games or do reviews on them, but this one is an exception. I’ve heard sooo many people talking about this game. Even two of my closest friends suggest that I try it out so I did.