Life as Fiction

Steal My Heart it’s a fun romantic comedy. I really enjoyed it. 

Steal My Heart it’s a fun romantic comedy. I really enjoyed it. 

Just watched Code Name Jackal. It was funny and it really fools you.  

Just watched Code Name Jackal. It was funny and it really fools you.  

Love-On Air

Loved this movie.  Shin Jin Ah’s story reminded me of Ku Ae Jung’s story in The Greatest Love:  both good friends and misunderstood.  I enjoyed it.  So if you liked The Greatest Love, you will like this movie.

Another movie I want to watch: Gangman 1970 (Gangman Blues).  Comes out on the big screen in South Korea on November 2014. I’ll have to wait way longer to see it, but I’ll be a good girl and be patient!

Started watching The Night Watchman.

Started watching The Night Watchman.

The wedding, in the end, will not become a problem for the two of us. In the future, we will have to experience many discomforts and problems. Despite it all, if you and I can be together happily for even a single moment, then in that moment I believe that marriage is worth doing.

(Source: pyungri)

Marriage,  Not Dating. It’s not the first story with the plot of faking a relationship and the falling in love, but it was enjoyable. I think that Ki Tae ‘s and Jang Mi n’s relationships with their parents was interesting. Two totally dysfunctional parenting a turned these two young people into dysfunctional lovers. Jang Min dreads being alone while Ki Tae prefers it. As their parents relationships hit bottom, the young lovers switch points of views: Ki Tae doesn’t want to be alone but Jang Min doesn’t want to believe in love. It’s only as their parents sort their relationships, that these two sort theirs as well. 

It’s funny and cute. A nice drama.

Marriage, Not Dating. It’s not the first story with the plot of faking a relationship and the falling in love, but it was enjoyable. I think that Ki Tae ‘s and Jang Mi n’s relationships with their parents was interesting. Two totally dysfunctional parenting a turned these two young people into dysfunctional lovers. Jang Min dreads being alone while Ki Tae prefers it. As their parents relationships hit bottom, the young lovers switch points of views: Ki Tae doesn’t want to be alone but Jang Min doesn’t want to believe in love. It’s only as their parents sort their relationships, that these two sort theirs as well.

It’s funny and cute. A nice drama.

Lord, that made me laugh so hard!

(Source: jaejoongs)

Currently watching: Married, Not Dating.

Currently watching: Married, Not Dating.

It’s Okay, It’s Love

The scars we get during our childhood accompany us to our adulthood.  It might be something manageable, it might be something unbearable but there’s always something there, which is why adults should be more responsible towards their decisions, actions and words… 

 A mother that won’t leave her husband and lets the man beat her children and herself…

A mother that finds solace in a lover because her husband has become a burden, not a comfort…

Children learn to deal with their situations from what they see and interpret…

A man that was broken but didn’t feel he had a way out… A woman that couldn’t let herself be loved because physical love felt fake… They meet and become the sparks that begin the healing process in each other’s minds and hearts.  Their love is daring, comforting and a blessing.  But love is never enough and that’s where friends come along.  Those unconditional people that love us and do whatever needs to be done in order to make things alright.  Jae Yeol and Hae Soo had great friends that supported them through the difficulties and the happy times.  

This story is about love and healing the child within that haunt us and won’t let us move on and be happy. A love story that shows that mental illness is no impediment to give and receive love.  

Beautiful story.