As for the drama front, I haven't been watching any new ones since Dramacrazy went down. (Dramafever sucks.) Though I have been keeping up with recaps for The Master's Sun, Who Are You and Good Doctor. (BTW, what is with all the ghost-themed dramas? I have a hard enough time sleeping after reading a recap, much less watching it.) Dating Agency: Cyrano was the last drama I finished, which was so-so but had really lovable characters. I am still in the middle of watching some slightly older dramas, Padam Padam and I Need Romance (finished the 2nd season which was lovely, only getting to the first now).
I also have this little Japanese drama which I'm praying is watchable - Boku To Star No 99 Nichi. Though anything with Kim Tae Hee is NOT promising! It does however have Nishijima Hidetoshi, who was absolutely spellbinding in Sayonara Itsuka which had some truly memorable lines. The movie itself (Sayonara Itsuka) was bittersweet and for some, might require a degree of patience.
Some of its more memorable lines by the lead actress:
"To live is to be ready to say goodbye,
For loneliness is a friend who will not betray.
Shiver not in the pouring love, instead buy an umbrella.
Believe not in happiness,
even in the passions of love…
Confess not your love,
even if you would die for it.
For love is like a season;
It comes and goes to decorate life’s boredom.
The moment you call it Love,
it melts away like an ice sculpture…
Happiness lasts not forever;
as despair lasts not forever.
One day you will need to say ‘goodbye’,
Just like how you said ‘hello.’
some look back on being loved;
while some look back on having loved…
I shall look back on having loved…"
Sappy stuff but for some reason I was transfixed. Maybe because the scenery and art direction was just. So. Pretty! Highly recommended for a slow-burning romance that spans for a number of years. I really wish I had the time to do a proper review for this! Alas.