Another year is going to end and another year is coming in less than 24 hours. Sounds pretty fast, right? Many dramas started and ended, some being better than the others and a few went down the lane pretty miserably. Rambles aside, this year is pretty much a good and bad year for me. The reasons, in no particular order…
I’m still dealing with my withdrawal from 49 Days, which is almost as hard as it was with Secret Garden. It’s not helping, with my friends who are watching it now, they make me want to re-watch it. Uh..I miss everyone, but mostly, I miss our bubbly Scheduler who used to light up my tiring Wednesdays and Thursdays. How do I live without you, Scheduler-nim?
I think I’ll miss him so much. Big time, like I missed Tae-Yoon back then, from My Fair Lady.
Nothing is better than this title. Sincerely, this is the best Kdrama that I’ve ever watched. Well, maybe there’s people who won’t be on my side, but each of us have our own opinion, right? For me, I really enjoy watching 49 Days. I cried, laughed, shouted, and get angry along with the characters. Surely, I won’t forget them : the soft-hearted Han Gang, the sweet Ji-Hyun, the playful Scheduler Yi-Soo, the strong Yi-Kyung, the mean Min-Ho, and the pretty In-Jung. Also, the great writer, So Hyun-Kyung-nim and PD-nim (sorry, I forgot his name) for producing this great piece of work for all the viewers to enjoy (or maybe not all).
What I learnt from the drama: life offers so many surprises to us. At times, we may feel bad about what is happening to us, but God knows the best. Everything happens for a reason that we might not know about it, but that is all given to us by Him that knows us the best, because He is our creator.
Another two new episodes, and my reaction is still the same..they are so good until they sent me shouting and laughing and screaming at my computer screen like a maniac (luckily I’m alone here LOL). It’s coming to an end next week, and it’s sort of unbelievable how 18 episodes have ended and we’re left with another two. Sobs. I’m totally going to miss this drama and definitely going to watch it again. Oww..thinking about this makes me sad. Don’t make me cry like Han Gang.
But then, on the other side, who could resist the cute Lee Yo-Won?
It’s totally a mix of various emotions, but I was mostly touched by the characters, except some of them. These episodes are tearjerkers. No lies, I lost count on how many I cried when I watched them. Although it’s pretty unhealthy for someone who’s having two papers tomorrow to sob uncontrollably in the middle of the night because of watching dramas, I couldn’t help it. Addicted? Call me that. Because I can’t help myself but to be so addicted to see them every week : Yi-Kyung, Ji-Hyun, Han Gang, Yi-Soo/ Mr Scheduler, and even Min-Ho and In-Jung (although now I seem to hate them…a bit).
I’m still crying. Uh-oh. Need someone like Han Gang to wipe my tears (T^T)
Honestly, these are the episodes that I couldn’t understand most of the gists presented when I watched it without subs for the first time. I’m neither a native speaker of Korean nor undergo formal education of Korean language, and these episodes have a lot of dialogs (and by a lot, I really mean it) so I have to watch them twice each episode. For me, they need extra attention as I’m someone who’s so particular about little details. Sue me, but what can I do. It’s quite tiring (with less flashback scenes..owww) but some scenes and characters never fail to make me squealing, laughing, screaming, clapping my hands, gasping, and finally, makes me really want to hold some of the characters and shake them into reality. Even my reactions are too dramatic.
a friendly advice from me : for those who haven’t watch ep 13, get ready to be distracted and annoyed, not because of the characters, but something else. Just be prepared, because that thing really bugs me and block my vision. Gaah~
The good things that happened to me today: I got to live, eat, and sleep, and most importantly, I’m able to watch ep 13 of 49 Days 😀 Life’s getting pretty hard on me lately, and thanks to 49 Days, I’m able to escape from the reality, even for a short time. Thinking about how I come to watch 49 Days, it’s all because of..
This is not Yi-Soo or any form of Scheduler’s disguise, don’t worry and be rest assured. This is Tae-Yoon, from My Fair Lady. Because of him, I get to know a person with the name Jung Il-Woo, and because of Jung Il-Woo, I encountered 49 Days, which is something that I’ll always be grateful for.
Firstly, I just want to say that these episodes are the best. Although some may complaint about stuffs here and there, but for me, writer-nim and PD-nim did a very good job. A lot of things happened, where some of them makes me feel relieved, but most of them left me with a big turmoil of countless emotions. Wow. Never thought that a drama could turn me into this kind of person. Tears? I don’t know even how many times I cried. Um.
So excited to find out that today, apart from all six main casts are going to be at the very same spot, they are going to reveal their past, especially of Yi-Kyung, Yi-Soo, Ji-Hyun, and Han Gang’s. The stills keep coming. And there’s so many stills (not that I’m complaining but oh well) that each of them makes me more anxious waiting for tonight’s episode! ^O^
(I think I’ll ship these two till the end, regardless of their fate. Ahhh~)