There's something therapeutic about watching other people plan their lives thru notebooks, colored pens, and stickers in a time lapse. Those Youtube videos of people making bullet journals and writing in calligraphies are oddly satisfying to watch, and I thought maybe if I do it too I'd feel much better about myself. It took me … Continue reading Bullet journaling chased my stress away
I've finished watching this drama for a couple of weeks now and I know this review is super late but so what. 😀 The Package premiered in 2017, and is said to be a long-awaited gift from Jung Yong Hwa to his fans. This is the second drama I've seen of him (I've been watching … Continue reading The Package brought me to France and I’m in love
It's been more than a hundred days since the quarantine period has started, and most people are now allowed to go outside and even dine in at restaurants and some cafes (though I've heard that Starbucks is still empty). But to immunosuppressed people like me, life goes on in the confines of our homes. I … Continue reading One hundred days of stay-at-home, now what?
I didn't plan on watching this drama. Heck, I didn't even know it existed. It's the first Park Shin Hye and Jung Yong Hwa drama I've seen, and it was aired 9 years ago. I accidentally discovered it when Spotify played Jung Yong Hwa's Because I Miss You based on my kdrama music playlist, and … Continue reading Heartstrings made a fangirl in me
I finished watching Itaewon Class for almost a week now but I am still groping for words to say about this drama. This is just the second time I've seen Park Seo-joon in the small screen and I should say he's really one hell of an actor! Park Seo-ro-yi is far too different from Lee … Continue reading Itaewon Class breaks the norm of the usual Kdramas I’ve seen