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
Right on to my fourth kdrama of the month. Crash Landing On You is the first Hyun Bin drama I've seen and the second Son Ye Jin, the first being Something In The Rain which made me love the rain and Korean barbecue even more. It took me a little bit longer to write this … Continue reading I can’t get over Crash Landing On You
I'm done watching my fourth Kdrama of the month and I plan to keep on going. I suddenly lost the drive and the interest to work on the unread books in my shelf. The storyline that I am working on for the workshop is still left unrevised. The next entry for my blog series is … Continue reading Enhanced community quarantine has ended, now what?
This drama has been sitting in my drive since its finale November. I planned to watch it after Hotel Del Luna but I'm the procrastination queen which, for the first time I am happy about otherwise I wouldn't be in for a new treat in this sanity-chasing quarantine period. This is Ji Chang Wook's first … Continue reading My heart melted after watching Melting Me Softly
Characters make your story moving. Essentially, they are the life of the story, and so may it be a person, an animal or an inanimate object (in fables), your readers must be able to relate to them. From a reader's point of view, I want books with characters that are too relatable I could imagine … Continue reading Your guide to writing romance: Befriending your characters