I’m equally bewildered and equally feel great that I’m writing my third year-end review. From those who know me from the starting of my WordPress journey must be knowing that The Drama Corner is not my first blog. I tried so many times to finally stick with this one when I finally realised how and what I wanted to do, most importantly, I grew fond of writing. Hence, I’m so happy that blogging and this blog has become so special and a constant motivator for me. Continue reading
A New Leaf is following the formula of slow and steady as it completes its first half. I’m loving it more and more with each episode. It is such a relaxed and smooth drama and I like everything about it except the scenes that involve too much financial-law based conversations that prove to be simply a cure for insomnia. But I’m as pleased as punch that with each new day, those boring scenes are getting reduced. Yay. Continue reading
I’m currently on a short trip and hence, not able to post much. As I said a few days back, I’ll get busy soon and the frequency of my posts will decrease and I’ll have to make this blog a weekly updated one I guess. I’m still deliberating about how that will shape up but meanwhile here is the summary of my drama week: Continue reading
It looks like ages since I last wrote something under this category. Well, as you might have noticed, I’m slightly less busy on my blog nowadays and so I’m thinking of making a new habit of posting weekly. Because the personal life is going to be a lot busy from next month (STUDIES!!) and that means I won’t be able to devote a lot of time on dramas and more importantly on the daily update of my blog. But I love writing and that means I’ve come with an idea to make both things go hand in hand and that is to publish weekly posts or rather two days a week, whatever suits me. Let’s talk about dramas now: Continue reading
A New Leaf gets better this week but first things first: Kim Myung Min is absolutely adorable in the form of amnesic Suk Joo! Just look at his carefree and innocent expressions on seeing Young Woo and Ji Yoon — priceless.