I saw you at the examination hall and I knew you weren’t the brightest of the lot. But your goofiness made me smile. I don’t know if you noticed that. I don’t know if you remember seeing me there.
It was a long time ago.
We were just kids back then.
But that goofy smile got stamped in my head.
I did the January in Japan challenge and have been wanting to share my reccos since then. Finally got around to writing this list.Read More
It was just a while ago when I was new to Kdrama world and did not know what to watch. Today my to-watch list is longer than my to-do list 😛
Anyway, if squid game was your very first Kdrama then you still have a lot to explore and how about starting with some of the interesting fantasy Kdramas. The thing about Kdramas is that they are well-made, the production value is high, the storyline is well thought of.Read More
Novel by Josie Silver
Trigger warnings: death, loss, grief
Synopsis: Lydia and Freddie have been together for more than a decade. The wedding date is fixed, engagement is done and done, they have a beautiful house, a good circle of friends and family…everything is perfect. But on Lydia’s 28th birthday Freddie dies in a car accident.Read More
By Cho Nam Joo
Translated by Jamie Chang
These 163 pages were very heavy. I don’t have a reason why I picked this book but I am glad that I did. The book is set in South Korea but I’m sure a lot of women out there will relate to it inspite of the geographical differences.Read More
I wanted to bake cake last week and I had limited ingredients. Since I couldn’t order more ingredients, I decided to use what I had. This is my mom’s recipe. We’ve been baking eggless chocolate cake for ages and my dear friend Gwen helped us modify the recipe to make it moist and avoid cracks. So here we go – Eggless Chocolate Almond Cake:
If you bake it, tag me in your Instagram pictures ❤️
Remember when I told you that I don’t binge-watch… that I savour each minute of each episode… well, that changed when I started watching My Love From Another Star.
Let’s say I keep on going for next episode and before I could realise, I was on episode 21 – the finale.
The drama is from 2013. Yes, it’s older than any other drama that I’ve watched. And honestly, Kim Soo Hyun looks very very young. I don’t have to say it out loud my actions show it all but let me still tell you that I loved it.
The song You are my destiny has been living in my head rent-free for a while now.
Kim Soo Hyun as Do Min Joon Instagram
He also played the lead in It’s okay not to be okay.
Jun Ji Hyun as Cheon Song Yi Instagram
Park Hae Jin as Lee Hee Kyung Instagram
Yoo In Na as Yoo Se Mi Instagram I am not sure if this is her official account though.
Shin Sung Rok as Lee Jae Kyung [Hee Kyung’s brother] Instagram
Ahn Jae Hyun Cheon as Yoon Jae [Song Yi’s younger brother] Instagram
Oh Sang Jin as Prosecutor Yoo Suk [Se Mi’s older brother] Instagram
Kim Kang Hyun as Yoon Bum [Song Yi’s manager] Instagram
Kim Bo Mi as Min Ah [Song Yi’s stylist] Instagram
Hong Jin Kyung as Hong Hye In / Hong Bok Ja [Song Yi’s high school classmate] Instagram
Lee Yi Kyung as Lee Shin [Jae Kyung’s secretary] Instagram
He has come a long way. Remember him from Welcome to waiki waiki? If haven’t watched that one. You need to.
Kim Hyun Soo as Cheon Song Yi [Young] / Seo Yi Hwa Instagram
Yoo In Young as Han Yoo Ra Instagram
Watch it for a good dose of romance, for stars and beautiful interiors and for some funny moments.
That’s all from me.
Currently I am watching Hometown Cha Cha Cha, Yumi’s cells, Doom at your service, Something in the rain. What about you?