April has been a crazy month, but it also marks 4 years of k-drama watching for me. I meant to post this back in April, but I never got around to doing it. Better late than never, right?
It has been an amazing ride all of these years. I’ve met new people, found a love for a new culture, and made this blog on a whim. I don’t get to update nearly as much as I want to, but on top of a full time job, this blog can only be a hobby. I’ve got a lot going on in the real world, but I’m still squeezing in time to do some drama watching.
I just wanted to do a quick update just to talk dramas and life quickly.
I am still watching Fight My Way, which I hope to wrap up by this weekend. I only have a few more episodes to go. For not finding this drama interesting initially, it’s really grown on me — along with the zany cast of characters I’ve grown to adore.
I’m also currently watching Meet Me @1006, which is a Chinese drama. I love time-travel dramas and this is a clever, fun take. It reminds me a bit of the movie Just Like Heaven. Our leads are connected through the same apartment, and every evening at 10:06, times merge together until 10:52. I’m looking forward to finding out more details regarding the Origami Pegasus that seems to have “magical properties” that lead to time merging in the first place.
As far as new k-dramas, I plan to check out Suits because I enjoyed the American version. I have been out of the k-dramas loop lately, so let me know what you’re watching and if it’s worth checking out right away. I might try Evergreen and Busted (variety show on Netflix).
Things have been a bit trying in real life, so I apologize for falling off the face of the Earth. I’ve been doing a lot of spring cleaning, prepping for a yard sale, and working overtime.
On Friday, I had a terrible experience at a store in which I fell and hurt myself. There weren’t any wet floor signs and I am super sore and have a huge gash in my finger. The manager wasn’t there and the assistant manager took my contact info and assured me that she would call me. Needless to say, that never happened and I am at my wits end. Furthermore, to have my family witness the assistant manager making comments about people being unable to read signs really upset me and rubbed me the wrong way. I had no idea the floor was wet as the mop and bucket was by a register and not in the back of the store where it was wet.
Needless to say, people suck sometimes. It was apparently a huge inconvenience that I got hurt. Trust me, the last thing I wanted to do was slice open my finger, so I had to reach out to the corporate office to file the incident. Let’s say I do not plan to return to this location until this matter is fully resolved. Until then, hopefully, I can enjoy some quality drama time.