Beanie level: Noble idiot

I don’t usually get SL syndrome, but the SL in More Than Friends is so much better than the ML. I know it’s not going to happen, but please Drama God’s, just this once time.

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Said I’m not a big pop fan, but I still give credit when it’s due. I think this is fire & really reminds me of a 90s video game soundtrack.

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The scene in Zombie Detective where the clinic had to pat him down for raw meat Lmao.

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I\’m watching More Than Friends & I feel like dramas try to make having a crush on someone for years where you can\’t even have other relationships as something commendable, but I see that as unhealthy.

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    nothing unhealthy.. she never stopped in her life.. she gave it a try, and has been open to people.. but if she is not clicking with them, then she isn’t..

    Just because you like something and can’t have it, doesn’t mean you will automatically stop liking it. or that she needs to judge herself or get judged on why she likes what she likes..

    She likes. Period. Somewhere down the line, she may find someone with whom she may really click

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    I just finished Over the Rainbow (2006 kdrama) and they really portray that in an interesting way. The ML can’t get over his first love and they show how that is deterimental to his other relationships (friendships and romantic) then touches on the side effects of having to move on.

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I really like how this writer & director make it a point to cast unknowns who are good actors in everyone of their projects.

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I don\’t know what I expected for Zombie Detective but it definitely wasn\’t this Lmao. I lost it when he started rapping in the cave & when he was dancing to promo the restaurant.

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Whenever Hye-jun & Jeong-ha in Record Of Youth have a conversation.

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I said I liked the dialog in Record Of Youth, but now I\’m not sure. Episode 5 was odd. They\’re trying to go for wacky & eccentric, but it just comes off as weird and fast paced.

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    It’s almost like Gilmore Girls but in GG it was built into their characters and here it’s just… Everyone is talking really fast.

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      Lmao OMG, it really is like Gilmore Girls. But a less interesting version.

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      So fast i had to repeat to catch subs and action. But i like it so far.

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I like how Jung-Kyung grandma isn\’t just randomly evil & feels really bad about the things she says & do. Even if she thinks it\’s for the best.

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Song-ah and Joon-young are so cute together that they just warm up my cold dark heart. Need to find a way to go into the show & fight everyone that hurts them.

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    Meet me in Korea and we can go fight them together.

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    My soul is always fed whenever they give each other happiness. I love them too much😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

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I like the character dialog in Record Of Youth, but I don\’t think I\’m that invested in the story.

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Song-ah and Joon-young interactions is the nice calm in the middle of the emotional hell scape that is Do You Like Brahms. So much pain in this show.

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    Same. Whenever they’re together I feel comforted. It feels like a warm hug!

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    Agreed. I do like that the emotional turmoil in this show isn’t solely focused on the weird relationship skein that’s formed among these two groups of three. Joon-young just generally seems like an agonized soul, tormented by his weird relationship with his music, while Song-ah has some pretty understandable concerns over her own over her future. Parenthetically, it is interesting that Joon-young and Song-ah’s problems are opposites; the piano likes Joon-young but he doesn’t seem to like the piano, whereas Song-ah likes the violin but the violin doesn’t seem to like her.

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I\’ve been getting more into Jdramas & I wish they were easier to access. It\’s mostly on again off again fan subs. & I just want to throw my money at someone for convenience.

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    I don’t understand why they do this. Maybe they want to make their own platform? Because they have not been giving much to Netflix or other big streamers either. I mean Rakuten is a Japanese company yet Viki has next to none j dramas too. Are they oblivious of their potential and how much international audience actually likes them because jdramas are good and short. Why not make it more accessible to the world that will pay you to watch them?

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Lol just started Chip In and this part convinced me I’m going to love it.

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Me watching the drama and pain in When I Was Most Beautiful.

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So far so good for the first ep of Do You Like Brahms. I\’m a fan of awkward first interactions.

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Been watching the casting videos for Hospital Playlist. It’s crazy how good everyone is at acting. I also like production & watching the process of things.

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    Thursday time is Hospital Playlist time! From now ’til Season 2. ^_^
    It’s good that we have casting interviews, NGs… that Shin PD didn’t want to just delete, and Na PD channel to provide these contents with sub. 😀

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      I’m really happy that they decided to do this. It really is interesting. I’m waiting for the newest one to get subs.

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    It’s really amazing how much thought and the attention to detail they show in bringing this story to life.

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The Melo level went up ALOT really quickly in the 2nd episode of When I was Most Beautiful. That\’s usually never a good sign for me, but I\’ll keep on watching.

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Im Soo-hyang is 2 – 0 for me right now. After watching the first episode of When I was Most Beautiful, it might become a 3.

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I\’m curious about something, is drama watching the only \”Hobby\” alot of ppl on this site have? I\’m asking because with a 9 to 5 & other hobbies, there\’s days I don\’t even know what time is. (pt1)

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    (pt2) I’m currently regularly watching 2 and a half dramas right now (the half is my girlfriend is a gumiho, which I’m planning on eventually finishing.) But I also decided that I wanted to finally play & beat Zelda Breathe Of The Wild, and I’m also thinking of learning the bass.

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    My hobbies in no particular order:
    Reading
    Knitting
    drama watching
    Netflix watching
    yelling at the birds to pipe down
    scrolling the internet
    chatting on discord
    napping

    time? what is time?

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      Yelling at the birds 🤣 😆 🤣

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      wow, may we become hobbies buddies because yes, those are all my hobbies too~ maybe switching out knitting with crocheting for me. 🙂
      I also play shows in the background as I do other things so killing at least 2 birds with 1 stone is a great way to defeat the idea of time.

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        oh definitely, knitting and watching dramas goes hand in hand

        Hi hobby buddy. I’ve never been able to get the hang of crochet hook beyond the using it for a particular cast on for knitting projects, and even then I’m clumsy as heck.

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          Hi~ Tbh I’m not that good at it either. At some point, I kinda gave up on the possibility of making anything wearable with crocheting and go for the blankets route. 😛

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          I’m also a knitter who cannot for the life of me crochet 😅

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            It’s the hand with yarn that’s supposed to somehow run through it in a magical way that can’t seem to happen for me. Tension? hahahaha, you will not stay constant.

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          I can both knit and crochet, but crocheting DESTROYS my neck and my elbow. It definitely doesn’t have the relaxed feel of knitting. In knitting I sit back comfortably, lean both my elbows on the armrests, knit on while looking at the screen, and more importantly, both my arms move similarly. In crocheting I have to look at my hands so I can’t look at the screen. I can’t lean back bacause then my neck hurts from looking down, and more importantly one elbow should stay still and the moving one cannot lean on an armrest because that messes your tension royally. And THAT my friends, is my completely unnecessary and uncalled-for rant at the poor ancient art!!

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    I’d like to spend more time reading, painting, sewing and walking in the park but it’s so hard me to watch less than 6 dramas at once.

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    I’ve been learning to knit, and I also read a lot in my free time. I also spend a decent amount of time taking care of my houseplants (I have…a lot of plants). Before the pandemic I also used to do boxing workouts 1-3x/week and yoga once a week, both of which I miss like crazy since it’s been almost six months since my last class. I also have been trying to write more but it it tough these days.

    I think I’m currently watching 3 dramas? Though I have two that I need to finish (last two eps of each but haven’t been in the mood to hit play on either one). I also picked up a few netflix shows which I’ll work my way through slowly.

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    Drama watching at the moment is a major thing at the moment because I do a lot of watching during night feeds with baby 😄

    But other hobbies (in no order) include reading, sewing, knitting (knitting and boring hand sewing can be done while drama watching), language learning, spending too much time on the internet and playing games on my phone…..(the language learning is my attempt to legitimise the amount of drama watching time 😂)

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      Also gardening but is winter here so that’s taking a back seat. I currently am only watching one drama but it’s usually two or three.

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