Of all the five stories, Lilac piqued my curiosity the most. I don’t mean that it was my favorite Kara series; I simply mean that it was the drama that had me asking the most questions. I am all for a good drama that creates a lot of great questions as long as it delivers with solid answers. In this retrospect, I think Lilac did a nice job wrapping up the biggest questions by series end.
Click the link below to read my review.
The order on Drama Fever was changed, and even though this is the second story in the series, it is the first one I watched. I probably should have taken a few notes as my memory is a bit hazy, so I will do my best to do this story and review justice.
The title above is a quote from the awesome John Lennon, so I can’t take credit for that.
(Found this gem on pinterest. I might see if the best friend wants to go to the craft store with me so that we can get supplies to make our own variations!)
That said, it’s been a busy few days. Between my job-hunting efforts and my weekly coupon planning, I haven’t had time to churn out the remaining reviews for the Kara: Secret Love series. Nonetheless, they are on my “to-do” list and I’ll try to get the remaining three stories reviewed in a timely manner.
I also started watching two more dramas. (Self-control when it comes to k-dramas is something I severely lack. Oops.) I won’t talk about which dramas I’m watching just yet as I have a serious backlog of dramas to review, first.
I brought my best friend to this blog, so maybe she’ll help me review Rooftop Prince as she just finished watching it earlier this month.
On top of all of this, I’ve taken the plunge and I’m very, very, very slowly learning Korean, so I’ll be sure to post updates about my progress and whatnot.
Well, readers, I’ve entered new territory. Yep, I started watching my first drama that is currently airing. Well, if we’re being technical, it’s finished airing now, but you get what I’m trying to say. I’ve watched my fair share of k-movies and k-dramas, but never have I watched a k-mini series. (Okay, so you could argue that the length of each KARA: Secret Love story spans the length of a typical movie, but let’s not focus on that. Let’s focus on episode 1 & 2 entitled: Missing You.)