It always takes forever when I decide to write something about hanbok. This time because it’s been a while since I last wrote about this topic. I decide to do another short post, centered about the clothing for the men during Joseon Dynasty. Although the men of Joseon Dynasty wore more subdued colors than the women, they also had an array of clothes and actually, they had more styles than the women’s hanbok. It depended on the occasion and the place they’re going to for the choice of clothes. I pick up the most suitable model for this post because he has the opportunity to wear every type of clothes available for the men, and he’s Kim Boong-Do, our Joseon Scholar.
Several hours have passed but still, I can’t seem to believe that Queen Inhyun’s Man has came to an end. All the tears, the angst, the agony of waiting, the smile, and the laugh, everything…seems to be surreal. The 16 hours of the drama total course suddenly feels so short. And suddenly, I feel empty: no more smarty pants Boong-Do, no more cheeky Hee-Jin, no story about their world anymore…
Am I being too sentimental over here? Screw all the feelings; I really want to pour my heart out this time.
If I were to define productivity..Hmm..let’s just say that May wasn’t a great month for me. Hence I am glad to bid goodbye to the month and welcome the good June into my life. Plus, my birthday is coming up! Yeay! The post-stress after the examination might be the reason why I didn’t have that much drive to update this blog or watch too many dramas at one time, hence the lack of posts and recaps. I stopped watching Rooftop Prince and The Equator Man, and just focused on Queen Inhyun’s Man. I’m not in the place to say that the dramas suck or anything, but it’s just because I need some break from drama watching activity.