It feels only yesterday I started Goblin and today I realized that the show is ending soon! This is not a joke! How is it possible? It just started and we are only 4 episodes left? I have yet to watch the latest episode but since only one episode gets to air this week, I have decided to put it on hold until I can marathon the next 4 episodes next week. I don’t know, please do not trust me *laughs*. Gong Yoo has the power to suck me through his show! His good looks is so attractive, I can’t let it slide off my screen tee hee hee
How would your life changed if you and a super model switched bodies? Not just any model buy one of the TOP models in the country. Think of all the fun, awesome parties, amazing clothes. One catch you are a female high school student and the model is male. Bring on the fun, awkward and laughs. Continue reading
I am sure you all know my 2017’s resolution is to watch as many Chinese dramas as I could. Well, I can assure you that I am making a great progress! After finishing When A Snail Falls in Love, I got so pumped and ready to watch more Chinese dramas. Pretty Li Hui Zhen, as I posted earlier, is one of my anticipated drama this year. Why? All because of Peter Sheng! I have been in love with him since I saw him in Go Princess Go! Even though his acting is a bit choppy and woody, I somehow couldn’t care less! *laughs* the power of love, could you tell? *wink*
As you all know Pretty Li Hui Zhen is a remake from Korean drama, She Was Pretty. So there is no surprising here. If you have seen the Korean version, I can assure you that the Chinese remake follows the story line very closely. There is a slight different but none related with the main and second leads. But between the two versions, I love this one more. The story telling is way better. It is told in details. I usually mind it but this time I am not. And I love Dilraba Dilmurat, the lead actress that plays Li Hui Zhen. I thought she plays dorky ugly (even though she is still gorgeous) really great! As much as I love Hwang Jung Eum, Dilraba does not scream like her. She is classier.
Lately I started seeing influx of Korean movies, dramas and web dramas on Netflix. And then I noticed that not just Korean but plenty of shows from other countries too. I am happy that the network recognizes international shows and audiences. I browsed through my dashboard last week and saw Never Die. With only 5 episodes, I knew I could finish the show in under an hour.
The story was interesting and unique but the acting was very juvenile. I cringed at some of the scenes. Maybe because it is a web drama and they purposely make it extra cheesy? Or the directing was super bad? It’s a combination of many factors but to be honest, I didn’t care for any of it because I was dead focus on the story itself. I was curious. Dead curious.
Oh my god oh my god oh my god! Chinese drama gods must have heard my 2017 resolution!!!! I finished my first Chinese drama in the longest time. Sure, I started it in the late 2016 but the fact that I finished it, it is worth a celebration!!!! *throws confetti* Before I continue, I would like to thank Lena eonnie because she was the one recommended it to me. And y’all know my love-hate relationship…
Happy New Year, 2017! Every new year I will wonder what the next year will bring me? 2016 has been rough. I don’t even know where to begin… but all in the past. I would like to bury my past and move on.
If you notice, I don’t watch as many dramas as I wanted in 2016. I simply lost my appetite and saw a few I thought was worth my time and mood. I believe I was having a slump. This feeling will continue to flow this year, sadly. I will not be watching as many anymore. But the again, who knows… *shrugs*
This year, I will continue to watch as many dramas as I could. I would like to focus more on Chinese dramas, if I could. I have a love hate relationship with the Chinese dramas, particularly the period and fantasy ones. This is my resolution. I hope I could watch at least 5 in the next 12 months. Will I succeed? We shall see *winks*
Before I leave, I would like to thank all my viewers, readers and commentators for stopping by and making My Myooz a success. I have never thought this blog will take off. Thank you so much, all! THANK YOU! Have an excellent 2017 to you and me!
We have a new blogger in town and her name is Mari! Mari and I have been friends for years and years. We are closed like sisters! She is witty, hilarious, cute, blunt, wicked and yet, she is full of sincerity and honesty. She has no reservation in telling me what’s wrong and what’s right. If you are looking for a friend, she’s a keeper! But wait… I’m not giving her away! She’s mine!!!! *laughs*
Mari recently started to blog on My Myooz as a guest. We started with W, and slowly her wings grew and blogged for more posts. She even led the 2016 year of end post. I’m super proud of her! So what will you see from her in the year to come? Who knows! She has done Currently Watching and Series Review segments. She might do Stalking post! *coughs* she has lots oppas, ahjusshis and babies. Wait, and puppies, too! One of them is to be enlisted soon. She will be mourning for the next two years! Can you guess who he is? *winks*
Amuden, I am so glad to have Mari on board. The canvas is hers. Please congratulate her as an official member of My Myooz. You can also tweet her at @maridoz.