Record of Youth 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 love … More 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 really did bring me healing too – in more ways than one.
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: … More KDrama Review | Sky Castle (Ending Discussed)
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. … More KDrama Review | A Poem A Day
“when you’re sad, cry. when you’re tired, hug. that’s how we live. holding back comes next. when you’ve tried all you can and nothing works, that’s when you hold back.” … More KDrama Review | Come and Hug Me
“They say the first humans were made of atomic dust, why look for a star outside when they’re inside you?” … More KDrama Review | I’m Not a Robot
When we meet someone, we meet his past, present and future with him. Everyone has its weight. The beauty of meeting someone would be accepting all of his baggage. After all, every failure, triumph, and dreams are what make us. … More KDrama Review | Because This Is My First Life
I really like the concept and the message of the story. That 1% can make all the difference. I don’t believe things happen by chance because life is a series of everyone’s choices and decisions. If you act upon that 1%, then that is when you move your fate. The possibilities are endless. … More KDrama Review | 1% of Something (2016)