Warning: Spoilers ahead
The first episode premiere of this drama stressed me out – it didn’t have subtitles and I wanted to join the raffle where Kang Minhyuk gives away a bookshelf that he painted himself and I wanted it so bad (yes, because I’m a baby Boice)! Anyway, How To Be Thirty is his first drama after the military discharge, and his hey-I-just-finished-serving-the-country glow just made him more adorable. As the story effectively delivered me from quite a stressful day, it didn’t bring me to the place where there are no broken hearts unlike other Kdramas did. Pero nakakakilig pa rin!
Follow your instincts. If you feel like there’s something wrong, chances are, there really is. I have no idea how many times my woman instinct could have saved me from disappointments and embarrassment had I not refused to follow it. That one summer evening many years ago I suddenly felt something wasn’t quite right upon receiving a stray text message was enough to keep myself from major heartache. But of course, I shrugged it off and chose to trust (smhrn). Jiwon is the same. She had all the clues dancing in her face, saying “girl, you are in big trouble” but no. She chose to stay silent and did what made her heart flutter.
|Why don’t you go ahead and ask her!|
|Girl, you won’t be smiling if it’s annoying|
|Cry in the car all you want…|
|he’ll be waiting outside|
|and hold you like everything’s alright.|
|you’re the cutest when you smile|
|there are memories that are not meant to be relived|