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…
Everything had gotten delayed for the past few weeks and thank God, I was able to finish watching the last seven episodes in one go. Although there were so many things happening inside and outside the story, I watched it despite my own fear about the flow of the story itself. It turned out that the writers still managed to pull off the plot quite well, though not perfect, it still satisfied me, at least. Watching this just needs some patience and willingness to accept that everything is not perfect.
Dear Ryu, honestly, there’s too many words that I want to tell you. I’m contemplating right now, whether it’s better if Myung-Wol is together with you or with Kang-Woo. Why do you make me confused at this moment? Why do you suddenly become so cool and grab some of the attention that I have towards Kang-Woo? As much as I want her to be happy with him, I’m also worried about your own happy ending.
Here we are, stuck in the middle of the story. Episode 8 has aired, and this left the story another eight episodes to go. Wow, time does flies very fast when I am doing something that I love to do (for instance, watching a favorite drama of mine) and it sure knows how to slow down very well at times (especially when I’m sitting in a class that bores me to the brim of sleeping). I’m torn between right now, with the ending fast approaching us in four weeks’ time, about my ship. Oh, how I wish that Myung-Wol would be all childish and playful with Kang-Woo, but a little part of my heart also wants Choi Ryu to get her. That’s the problem when you are such a softy at heart: you’ll always falls into the category of those who are experiencing second lead syndrome, just like me.