Someone asked me if I do watch Korean variety shows too… I have only seen 4, so I am pretty much new and I’m intending to catch up because I laugh a lot when I’m watching those humor-filled shows. I used to pay live comedy shows but really a eureka moment for me when I discovered the fun in variety land.
I like 1 night 2 days because I am more drawn to humor in unscripted narration setting and I like that they go to nice nature trips. I am chasing Running Man these days, I also like it but not reaching yet my fondness towards Dad, Where are We Going? which is really a delightful program to watch. Barefoot Friends is a newbie, and so far they have some good episodes but battling consistency is really evident.
I am done with Spring Dramas, and I am also surprised that among Jang Ok Jung, Gu Family Book, Mandate of Heaven, Nine Times Travel and When A Man Loves A Woman, the last I mentioned was my best pick. I liked Ok Jung and Nine but the bertie botts every kind of love drama was really a comfortable watch for me.
I have included God of Workplace along with Yawang, Iris 2, and Incarnation of Money for my scheduled November kdrama bucket moment and I am really hoping I get to finish some of them before my dead line. I dropped All About Romance, Ad Genius and The Virus for my 2013 drama watch list for good, and yes no regrets. I am half-way through Horse Healer, Cruel Palace and 100 years of Inheritance… loong series is really a feat to conquer.
I was hit by omg-I-will-become-30 as soon as July hit the calendar, and what I did to cheer me up was to listen to my favorite classical music pieces whenever emotional strain hit me, very traditional, and yes, it worked. There are a lot to ponder whenever someone’s birthday approaches and a lot more when he will finally say goodbye to sweet 20’s. And I really felt that, HARD and LINGERING. Anyway, I am all good now, looking forward to my birthday vacation with my work buddies, munching summer dramas, and pushing hard to follow my reading assignments. ^_^