If My Life Were a K-drama

Do you know what I love about stories in general? They stimulate my creativity and make me imagine a lot of things, both possible and impossible. K-dramas, in particular, excel in this regard because of their seemingly flawless characters and inevitable happy endings.

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Extraordinarily Disappointed in You

I gave Extraordinary You 2.5 stars because it was exceptionally disappointing. If you want to watch it as a fan of SF9 (or April), I hope that it won’t affect your enjoyment of their music.

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A Woman’s Blooming Confidence

When the Camellia Blooms deserves 4/5 stars because of its enlightening representation of single motherhood. Raising a child is already a difficult journey, more so when you do it alone in a town full of judgemental people.

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Stupid Heroes and Abysmal Villains

I gave Abyss 2.5/5 stars because it was equally fun and irritating. I loved the concept behind it. If the plot and characters had been more fleshed out, I would’ve enjoyed the drama a lot more.

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Does Your Face Really Matter?

I gave Beauty Inside 4 out of 5 stars. Regardless of its foreseeable content, it conveys an important truth that we tend to forget: character is more significant than physical beauty.

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The Time We Were Not So Dense

Today, I’ll be reviewing The Time We Were Not in Love (also known as The Time I’ve Loved You), a contemporary K drama.

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