Beanie level: Water maid

Tammy & Morgan relationship is the one I’m least invested in, but they’re also the most realistic. They’re problems are real life relationship issues.

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Just finished Fiery Priest & Jung-gwon has to be one of my favorite fictional characters. Definitely going on the list for Halloween costumes

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Is it weird that I enjoy PPL in dramas? At first I found it annoying, but now I look forward to the ridiculous ways they plan to use products. I also have to give a shout out to the GOAT Subways lol

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    I used to not think about it before dramas. Now watching Go Go Squid and think, “Puma must be sponsoring. ” Nice close up of the shoes every ep, lol.

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      Lol this is a crazy coincidence, because I am literally watching Go Go Squid right now. It’s on my laptop in front of playing. It’s only the first episode but I’ll watch out for the pumas lol.

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1 Liter Of Tears. Show is so sad. I was suppose to go to a party, but because of it I decided to just edit photos in the dark instead 😩😭

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Been watching this Jdrama 1 Litre Of Tears. I’m not sure how I ended up watching it but I’m happy I did. By the end I’ll probably cry way more than a litre.

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Watching episode 8 of Search: WWW made me realize that I don\’t really understand the company structure of Unicorn. The US executives visiting shows that this is Unicorn Korea. So if (pt1)

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    This is the Korean branch of Unicorn, what control does KU group have over the company besides Song Ga-kyeong being from the family. I’m just wondering because the way her mother in law acts, & how the CEO(?) acts, you would think she owned the company

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      I think the mother in law hasn’t real power over Unicon, but only on Ga-gyeong, reminded her that her family went bankrupt, so she is the weak ring of KU and has to be grateful doing what the old lady orders.

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      I think KU Group in general is just powerful, and any business in Korea would pander to them. If she can get the president of the country do to her bidding with bribery, then Mother in Law is indeed very powerful. One of the ways is just demonstrated by the fact her daughter in law runs a very influential company. She did say she has the power to destroy Unicon if she wants.

      As for the CEO of Unicon, honestly I don’t even know what she’s there for. Are CEOs usually just figureheads? Because she seems to do nothing and serve no purpose…

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Out of all the unrealistic things that happens in Kdramas, the 1 thing that really can distract me in a scene is when they drink coffee in the middle of the night lol. Like it\’s 10pm, drink some water

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    Haha! I thought I was the only one who found it bizzare.

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    I used to think it was weird but then I experienced caffeine intolerance and it all made sense after that 🤣

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    In my younger days, I had no problems drinking coffee at night and still getting a good night’s sleep. Now, more than a couple of cups in the morning means a really late night. Sigh.

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    As a fellow coffee drinker I agree to you 100%. I LOVE my coffee and MUST have it but it surely is a no no when the sun goes down.

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      That’s what I’m saying lol. I LOVE coffee. French press, buy whole beans etc etc. But I’m not drinking passed a certain point. MAYBE if I’m going to do a late workout so I can power through it. But not just cause.

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    Decaf 😂😂

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    Well, they never take more than a sip of any drink, so it shouldn’t be a problem. Even though the drink cost like $6.

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    Most of my friends drink coffee late at night, and actually love it. I don’t usually do it myself, but as I am a very sleepy person I don’t have much problem thevrare times I do. Now tea! That’s a whole other problem!

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I realized that I start alot of Chinese shows & never finish them. Alot of times when the couples get together I just kinda lose interest.

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    Which Chinese shows have you begun but haven’t been able to complete??

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      My Youth, Put Your Head on My Shoulders, if I can love you so, Accidentally In Love, Well Intended Love, Ashes Of Love and my True Friend. Those are all that I can remember off the top of my head. The funny thing is I LIKE alot of those shows, I just can’t seem to cross the finish line with them.

      I do want to finish Ashes Of Love tho. That’s the one I enjoyed the most. Really good show.

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    Same problem here! Though mine is not limited to Chinese shows. I’m starting to think I have commitment issues

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      I’ve been dropping alot of korean dramas too truthfully. But my finish rate is higher with them.

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    Me right now watching Blowing in the wind. The couple are together but just keep arguing.

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Anyone else watching this Japanese drama “Saka no Tochu no Ie”? I can’t tell if I’m watching a show about a woman whos learning to value herself or a woman who’s losing her mind.

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    I’m waiting for more subbed episodes, but it catched my eye.

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      It’s seems like the subs are released at least once a week. And there’s only 6 episodes in the show, so it’s not that bad.

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        Good to know, I’m wary because sometime at the end subs take weeks to show up for the final episodes, I guess subbers lose steam at the finish line.

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Lmao Scarlett face during this meeting. She looked at Tammy like she was an unidentified object.

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Going on a Jpop binge. The main character of Shousetsu Ou is from a group called Generations which made me want to check it out because why not (pt1)

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    But that isn’t exactly why the binge started. Generations is apart of a group called Exile so they’re called Generations from Exile Tribe. & that whole thing just got me confused, because I was trying to understand if it’s a sub group of something. So I’ve just been watching a bunch of the other Exile groups just to understand. And a couple of female groups that pop up because I’m already here.

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    I see you got into the EXILE mess XD I listen to them and their “other groups” for years but I stayed a casual listener. They’re great because they have poeple from all ages 😀

    For the strict basics, EXILE’s leader and basically god, Hiro, is the LDH label’s president. Along with the other 5 EXILE original members, they formed this company which has several boy groups and girl groups. They have the particularity to have members who are stricly performers (they’re only dancers) or strictly singers/rappers. However they can change positions if they’re in an other group. LDH owns a dance company where they train their future group members. It’s also in the acting department since the labelmates acted in the HIGH&LOW Franchise, a collaboration with a Japanese TV channel (if I’m not wrong).

    The original group where all began is EXILE. Exile Tribe is the group that reunites J Soul Brothers,Sandaime J Soul Brothers, Generations, Fanatastics, Nidaime J Soul Brothers, The Rampage and Ballistik Boys.

    Exile the Second, Exile the Third, Exile the Fourth, Deep and more solo acts are part of it too.

    I listen more to their girl groups 🙂
    Members of Dream (disbanded), Happiness and Flower came together to form E-Girls. They also go solo, as duos (Shuukaren) or trio. They recently got restructurated as E.G.Family.

    Have fun with all of them XD

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One Spring Night makes it seem like you\’re a leper if you have a kid. I know it\’s a different culture, but it\’s really not that deep.

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    I’m not even a fan of kids & personally wouldn’t want to be involved with someone with kids. But that’s because I don’t like kids. Not because I think there’s anything wrong with the person.

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After watching Search: WWW I have to give a shout out to Brian. He doesn\’t show up a lot but I think he\’s a well written multilayered character.

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    The whole sequence of events from him using the company to defend Tammy, to stopping that defense once the consequences would effect the company & industry. But then making sure that when he told Tammy that decision, Scarlett was there because he knew she would take Tammy side and fight for her was really interesting.

    He knew that decision would hurt her but he still had an obligation to the company. But he still wasn’t going to just throw her under the bus.

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    I really liked the conversation he and Tammy had about how people’s perception of the world changes with age and experience. We got the perspective so far of someone in their 20s (Mo-Gun), someone in their 30s (Ta Mi) and Brian in his 40s? It was interesting and so true what they’re perspectives are, and how life experience changes people.

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    This is a refreshing boss. Which he’s someone IRL.

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Watched Episode 5 of One Spring Night & there’s really a power imbalance in their relationship. Jung-in is kinda selfish. She wants her cake & eat it too.

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    She says she’s going to break up with her BF but doesn’t want to have a relationship with Ji-ho. But when he decides that he isn’t going to interact with her for his own good, she can’t stand it and forces him again to be “friends.” I know she’s confused, but you gotta respect other people’s feelings.

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Just started One Spring Night & it really does have that late 80s, early 90s rom-com feeling. I guess it\’s the style of the Director since Pretty Noona had the same feeling.

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While watching Angel\’s Last Mission something occurred to me. Isn\’t it a conflict of interest for the main ballerina to ALSO be the director of the company.

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    Not really, I don’t think??? Even in real life, there are main ballerinas who also serve as executives or teaching staff of a ballet company, no??

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