Man, it’s been a cool minute since I’ve done one of these posts but I figured it was time for a comeback. I know that before these posts were centered around my reading schedule but these days, they’ll be centered around my k-drama watching. I’ve been reading more and more but not as much as I’m watching k-dramas so I’ll take this feature wherever I’m spending most of my time these days.
This past week was pretty quiet and it’s been that way since I came back from Hawaii. Yeah, I went to Hawaii and I had an absolute blast with my family. I went for my nephew’s wedding and stayed for a week doing all of the things with my sisters. We went ziplining, ate garlic shrimp at the Kahuku food truck spot, hiked to Waimea Falls and then swam, we enjoyed a day at PCC (Polynesian Culture Center) and went on lots of scenic drives that took my breath away. I spent the week with my shorty best friend, Caiden, and enjoyed my time with my family. There were ups and there were downs but it was such a memorable trip that I wouldn’t have traded it for anything in the world.
My best friend is spending the week with me in Vegas and I am loving that she’s here. We’re going to do all of the things and mostly stay home too, haha.
Now, let’s get into all of the things that I did last week…
What I Watched
If You Wish Upon Me: This drama wrapped this week and while I wasn’t completely satisfied with the ending, I still rather enjoyed the drama as a whole so I’m glad that I watched this one. I’ll be reviewing this one eventually so be on the lookout for that. 🙂
Once Upon a Smalltown: This is the other drama that wrapped up this week and boy am I glad that it did. I went into this drama wanting to support the male main lead because I liked him in School 2021 but honestly, this show was boring and I never really connected with anyone in the smalltown nor was I invested in the main romance. The female lead didn’t do a thing for me and her acting was off for most of the show so I just never warmed up to her. I was glad to say bye to this one.
Little Women: Kim Go Eun and the crew on this show are really knocking it out of the park with this one. I am so invested in everything that is happening right now. All storylines, every character, and even though I be wanting to strangle the youngest sister, I adore her too. Man but this show is a good one. I am hella loving Choi Do Il, too. With his ol’ fine ass…
The Law Cafe: I started this show last week and binge-watched all of the episodes that are out. My first impression is YESSSS, I’m digging every single thing about this show. From the characters to the cases that the law cafe takes on, and the romance between the two main leads, it’s all really good so far and I’m looking forward to seeing where the show takes us.
Young Actor’s Retreat: I don’t watch very many variety type shows (only Run BTS, come to think of it) but I’m really enjoying this one. I love seeing these actors interact with each other but mostly, I’m enjoying seeing how they are without a script to follow and seeing them just have being themselves. Seeing them being competitive and having fun with each other is entertaining as hell so I’m really enjoying this one.
What I Reviewed
A Business Proposal | 4 out of 5
I’m hoping to catch up on some review writing this week so hopefully next week, I’ll have more reviews to add here. Wish me luck!
What I Posted
Eye Candy Friday: Do Bae Man from Military Prosecutor Doberman
Eye Candy Friday
Do Bae Man
What Made Me Laugh
Big Hit, Jin’s company, posted an update on the cases that they’re working on that are harmful, hurtful, spreading of mis and disinformation on all things Bangtan and even announced that they have identified someone that they have now turned over for prosecution. Army’s all over the world took to Twitter to celebrate seeing Big Hit protecting the boys from harm. Jin took to Weverse to ask us besties for the gossip. LOL, I freaking love him!
There you have it, my week in review. How was your week?