It’s already April (time really flies), and I thought I should sum up my 2015 with dramaland. My apologies for it coming so very late, but here’s the list of last year’s dramas I’ve completed and some thoughts about them. As usual, Korea has lots of titles to offer each year but abundance also means that really good dramas can be hard to come by. It’s almost a one in a million chance for us to find a show that can fully blow us away! However, that is also why I continue to be a drama fan even as time passes: because there are gems not to be missed 🙂 The drama choices we have seem never-ending now that there are cable networks (compared to just the Big 3 back then). Furthermore, 2015 is also the year I discovered some great shows outside kdramas!
Before I begin, I just want to say that I am very thankful to all of my readers on The Talking Cupboard. Honestly, I have never expected to be writing about my kdrama
addiction; the love for them and sharing it with fellow drama fans. I’m still relatively new to blogging and have lots to learn, so thank you very much for the warm welcome thus far. I hope I will be able to write more posts for all of you to read! Feel free to comment below if you have anything you would like to say. Alternatively, you can tweet me at dramalandlover. Finally, I am extremely grateful to @muchadoboutlove for giving me the opportunity to post on this platform. We hope that you have fun navigating around here and most importantly, enjoy reading 🙂 THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN! ❤ ❤
Today I did something which I consider a big leap in my life, and it’s related to this blog! This blog has become a big part of me and I am proud to announce that it’s now getting its own domain! Look at your address bar! If it shows https://thetalkingcupboard.com/ , then you have the new address to this blog. I am so excited because it has been a dream of mine since last year and I’ve achieved that dream 🙂
If cable channels were once deemed as optional by Korean household, I am sure that most of the drama viewers nowadays would feel that they’re missing all the fun if they don’t subscribe to those channels. With more freedom to create their contents, these channels have been churning out dramas after another, and their series are worthy rivals of those aired on the public broadcasting channels. The upcoming line up for these channels are no joke either, and I’m already anticipating their arrival.