Beanie level: Errand boy

How can one not fall for Ki Seon Gyeom? I think I can safely say the confession in ep 10 was one of the best I’ve heard in dramaland. KSG is so soft to Mi Joo. He is a generally soft kind of a person but atleast they show that he’s different with Kim Woo Shik, his family and even Dan Ah but too soft with MJ. It’s hard to not fall for him but at the same time I understand why MJ faces communication issues with him and what exactly is frustrating for her. In fact, these 2 episodes made me understand MJ’s character more. We know very less about her especially compared to KSG and DA but she’s surprisingly likeable. At one point it felt like MJ is the audience’s gateaway to understand SG. I feel whatever MJ is feeling regarding SG. Also even if communication problem is at core, this couple does talk and listen equally. They have meaningful conversations that aren’t pretentious.

Also, props to ISW for pulling off this difficult character. I’ve always liked him as Jang Geu Rae. But maybe that was because I liked JGR not really ISW, otherwise I would’ve checked out any of his other dramas but I didn’t. However, from now onwards, I would be looking forward to his dramas. Also SSK had some really good subtle expressions this episode and SY and TO are acing it as always.
That said, I still think the story itself is weak but everything else balances it. The delay benefited us because it makes for a perfect winter cozy watch. But KSG’s don’t really exist in real life so his softness towards MJ will just raise my standards higher and bring me no good lol.

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    WAIT! I literally just post about this too! Except that I’m not that satisfied with Mijoo’s reasoning. I understand where she’s coming from, but it feels lacking compared to how much we’ve explore KSG motives

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    It’s the best confession ever.
    I felt all kind of emotions while watching.

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I like the main couple in Run On and SG is especially adorable but the secondary couple is electrifying and more interesting. They better get more scenes soon.

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@db-staff I can’t seem to post comments on recaps 😔
I think I went overboard in praising Spies on the last episode recap 😂

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    This happened to me under Ep 9 or so of spies recap too. I commented thrice while changing my wordings but got the same result and gave up in the end.
    I wonder why.

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So Mr Queen ep 14 is 1h 20min long and Lovestruck In the City is 30 mins. The latter was way more digestible even if I am liking Mr Queen (politics aside, I hate that). Please learn and spare us I would watch a good movie if I had to commit for one and a half hour. 

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    I actually like the long run times when the show is good!

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      I think this sits well with me after a few episodes. Like if the first 8 or so are less than an hour but then they increase the time gradually so I don’t mind it that much. But right from the beginning is too much. Also having watched dramas for long, I’m just accustomed to them ending by an hour so, whenever it exceeds that, it feels like a chore.

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        I think one reason it might be easier for me has to do with the fact that I very often leave drama episodes or movies partway through and resume them later on (sometimes same day, some times after a few days). My friends always tell me it’s weird, but it’s just the way I am with this sort of thing.

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    This is the main reason I’m putting Mr. Queen on hold. I was in the middle of episode 4 (well, not that much, minute 25 more or less) and I felt so very little was happening… and I don’t really like all the politics (I’m watching Six Flying Dragons, my brain is already drained by all those intrigues). The acting is fantastic, and I love CJH voice off, but episodes are too long, just too long.

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I’m digging Run On but I’m also pretty skeptical. This is pretty opposite to what I thought before I watched the first two episodes. I like it and it is an easy watch but what is it about? I’m unclear about the story. Maybe it’s only character driven but even that needs some purpose. What is that here? Is it a standard romantic drama about two people falling in love? I feel that works better in movies than in dramas.
But Im Shi Wan’s role is very interesting and he and Soo young are acing it. SSK ‘s character is atypical but she is doing well, it’s just that in her scenes with Soo young, SY clearly steals the scene.

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    What I noticed about SY’s character (and thus is really unusual for mr oblivious here) was that she, as a chaebol heiress in the fashion and celebrity business, was walking around in sensible sneakers. A first sighting for me.

    And yes, she’s so far the more compelling personality.

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      While it may be simply PPL, i think it was good that they wore sneakers. I also noticed that.

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      I noticed the sneakers and it made me laugh. It was too practical for a K-drama.

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    From the first two episodes, I’m going to say falling in love, finding a purpose, falling and getting back up in their lives and careers. Kind of romance/youth drama stuff.

    I like all of the actors and characters, but Soo young really caught my attention.

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      I think these themes exist too but the story doesn’t exactly seem to be based on them like in Record of Youth.
      I have only seen SY in Squad 38 and I was disappointed because I had heard only good things about it. However now I realize her character was so bland in the show, she wasn’t given the opportunity to be slightly interesting and show her acting skills.

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Every now and then I drop by the cdramas channel at discord to shamelessly ask for recs. I’ve never been disappointed. Thanks beanies for introducing me to “Find Yourself” but also neck moles and 😍

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    Hmm, this is an interesting drama. If it were half the length it actually is, I think it would’ve been a very good drama.

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    I still haven’t finished this but it was nice.

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    Is this a remake of the Taiwanese drama of the same Chinese name – Autumn Concerto?

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    Yay! I’m glad you liked Find Yourself. What do you think of Song Wei Long? *~*

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      As you read above I like his neck moles and heart eyes 😂
      Other than the shallow reasons, I think he is still pretty green. But that did not show up in FY however that was very obvious in Go Ahead. He did have good chemistry with Victoria Song but she was the star of the show rather than him.

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DAY 9:
I skipped again, I don’t think I adore any OTP i saw this year as much.
But well, shows I watched just because but ended up loving them:

My Unfamilar Family: I only read the premise and thought, hey that looks like a family weekender. Until I realised it airs in the week. But I honestly just watched it to see how a family drama fits in the weekday drama format and Han Ye ri. I had heard good things about her but never really watched her in anything. Little did I know that I would rather stay for Choo Ja Hyun and her character Eun Joo.

Mystic Pop Up Bar: I was simply bored and had nothing to watch. Saw its only 12 episodes and available on Netflix so gave it a try. Those were some pretty good 12 episodes.

The Spies who Loved me: At this point I should stop doing this year end review, because all my posts have The spies who loved me 😂 I am clearly obsessed. But I remember only checking out this show because it was on IQIYI. (And this reason no longer holds true because IQIYI is testing my patience by putting the episodes on VIP but I DO WAIT for it to be available to me. Wow.) Not an Eric, Yoo Inna, Im Joo Hwan fan. But the premise and posters did sound unique and made me curious. And here we are, 12 episodes in and I’m still gushing about this show.

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    I could basically copy/paste this post, that’s how much I second everything you say here.

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    Loving spies too! And yes, waiting for the free episodes to come out!

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      Ally you might be busy but join us on the recaps. It’s quite lonely there lol. So glad you’re loving Spies.

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        Yes, @ally-le, join us on the recaps! I want to talk about this show so badly, and we’re a bit sparse in the room for discussion. 😊

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    I’m glad you are love the Spies. I’m a fan of all 3 and have been looking forward to it.

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      It’s very tightly written. Happy watching!

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    Liking The Spies Who Loved Me also , but I’m only on episode 3!! (Time issues and all that *grumble*) I’m so behind!!

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DAY 7:
Directly jumped here because Day 6 doesn’t apply to me. The biggest thing that keeps me glued to watching dramas is not knowing anything next. As soon as dramas become predictable they lose my interest. So rewatching is never an option.
But OSTs yum. I don’t listen to kpop but my entire playlist is Korean thanks to OSTs. I could go on and on with the list so I’m just compiling what comes to my mind first.
Wish it were a dream, Hi, Bye Mama : I listen to instrumentals more than songs and this one automatically starts playing in my mind’s background at any glum moment 😂. But weirdly it is also comforting. That’s what I like about instrumentals, yo can attach any meaning to them.
Still living in Wonderful Days, Into the Ring : I have yet to watch the drama but I have already heard all the OST. This soothing, sweet song is quite uplifting. I haven’t read the translation so I’m not sure what I am listening to lol but it’s good enough to not bother about it.
Run to You, The spies who loved me : This song had me from the first instance I heard it. And I don’t quite understand why. This has the most kpop like elements but it’s not really that. It’s like a mashup of kpop and drama osts genre and just works. So it’s on repeat!

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DAY 5:
Drama I watched for the bean. Not really for the bean but for the discussions around The King Eternal Monarch here and at bitches over dramas. That totally made me feel that the commenters are smarter than the writer and she clearly hasn’t thought that far. Other reason(s) shown below.

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DAY 4:
Drama(s) I couldn\’t finish:
I know Covid was one of the major reasons but also restlessness and inability to escape fully in the dramaland lead me to drop more dramas than watching them.
I have a huge list and some of them I even loved but I just dropped them for not being able to keep up with the long episodes:
1.When the weather is fine (around ep 14, I liked this show but it fades in comparison to YJGS which was a well done village based show)
2. My Unfamiliar Family (ep 11, I actually wanted to complete this but idk what happened)
3. Tale of Nine Tailed (ep 5, It\’s a hit here but it was missing some vital points for me so I didn\’t want to get involved further).
4. Start up (ep 4, I found it likeable too, the episode length stoped me from pressing play).
5. It\’s okay to not be okay (ep 7,attention span again, didn\’t press play on the long episodes).
6. Oh My Baby (ep?, i don\’t even remember, I was just bored and thought it\’s heading to a direction I won\’t want).
There are probably others that I don\’t remember right now but for many I can\’t even point out why I dropped them. They weren\’t necessarily bad but they didn\’t retain my attention and interest. Considering shows that I completed were:
1. Hi, bye mama
2. Hospital Playlist
3. The King Eternal Monarch
4. Mystic Pop Up Bar
5. The Spies who loved me (if it gets conpleted by the end of the year).
Clearly all these shows are long and I didn\’t even like two of these (1,3) that much but still completed them. So I wonder what\’s the issue. Maybe I lose interest because there\’s not much to look forward to. Maybe some are predictable or maybe it\’s mostly just the mood.

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    It’s not a huge list LOL.
    I was mostly unable to watch shows I really wanted to, so my mind considers them dropped even if they were never started.
    Also typos stopped* completed*

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    Interesting list! I dropped IOTNBO very early – like ep 3 or 4 – I watched that spectacular cameo by KDY and then gave up.
    And Oh My Baby did not at all sustain my interest.

    What is YJGS? (village based show?)

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      Yong Jiu grocery store 😅
      I think you’ve seen that too. I just happened to watch these two back to back almost so even if the stories were different, YJGS’s storytelling remains the best for me.
      Plus I remembered I still have to complete I, Myself.

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        Oh haha yes! I watched it! And liked it 🙂
        I think someone else watched I, Myself too, but didn’t love it as much as I did.
        I suspect YJGS is still the better drama in most respects.
        It’s just that I, Myself resonated with me more 🙂

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        Btw, to plug my earlier recommendation a bit more, I’m really really enjoying Hikaru no Go these days!

        I’m about half way (18/36) and haven’t ff-ed a scene, which I think is very respectable given my track record with cdramas. AvenueX reports that it drags a little in the 20s, so I’m waiting to see how I feel about it.

        So far, though, I have found this a lovely, slow, coming-of-age drama (practically zero romance – *phew), about how this young boy builds confidence, resilience, mental strength.

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          I’m guessing you have already watched a few more episodes till now 😅
          I did start HnG. And was convinced that I want to continue but didn’t get the opportunity. My only concern was that I could see that it’s adapted from a comic. Idk if you get what I mean but it felt very obviously that it was dramatized directly from the comic. It’s good that it’s retaining the feeling of the original but I’m not that into comics so it was slightly weird.

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            I finished HnG, and loved every minute of it. Did not ff, did not find any episodes ‘draggy’. Yes, it is obvious that it is a comic adaptation, which helps swallow the fantasy element. The themes in the story were really wonderful – besides the relationships (lovely solid friendships across generations, teacher-student, parent-child), there was a focus on loss and belonging. What is the price of integrity. What it means to be passionate about something. I loved it through and through.

            Also, it helps that this had a terrific ensemble cast. If I could give the casting director an award for putting together this team, I would!

            I was also delighted to discover that this was the same production team behind My Huckleberry Friends, another one of my favourite coming-of-age cdramas.

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            @pickleddragon it has all the elements I like in a show so I will check this again. Thanks for the suggestion 😊

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    I found myself in the same situation as you this year. I was dropping dramas constantly and my only reason was that they weren’t holding my attention. The stories were interesting, but they never sucked me in. On the flip side, there were a lot of dramas that did suck me in this year. I think I’ve learned to just not keep watching a drama if I’m not fully invested.

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      That’s the best thing you could do to yourself. There’s no need of wasting precious hours of your life over sth you’re not even sure you like even if it is the talk of the town.

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DAY 3:
A PPL a drama feels empty without
The King Eternal Monarch in the PPL drama. Need to have some space time hijinks in between face masks and kimchi.

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DAY 2:
This year had some really good women characters. Women taking the center stage and even at times being ahead of their male counterparts. And even though I have liked most of the female leads in this and last year (in the dramas I’ve watched and dropped together), I still couldn’t find that one which I could say is someone I can see myself or the women around me in. Untill came,
Kang Ah Reum in The Spies who Loved Me
I finally found the one female lead that is isn’t super badass but just the adequate amount that makes her look realistic. She is mature and we see her growth over her two marriages. She is ultimate girl crush but someone I can also become. Scarlett from WWW may have been the girl crush too but I knew she’s a tad bit unrealistic. Ah Reum on the other hand is just perfectly imperfect.

This is the first time in kdramas that I think a writer hasn’t crafted an imaginary character out of their desires but after looking, observing and understanding the women around her. She is smart, sensible, not careless and is saving her guys rather than the other way around. It’s hard to top her, I have finally found the fleshed out female character that wears the crown of the best till now. And she constantly surprises me by becoming even better every episode. Props to Yoo In Na for making her so natural, so realistic.

Honorary Mention: Eun Jung. While good characters are always appreciated , I love my grey ones too. Eun Jung is a deliciously complex character and I totally understand her. Life wasn’t as good to her and it reflected in everything around her. Still she was beautiful inside out and was so wonderfully portrayed by Choo Ja Hyun.
Kang Mo Yeon : for disrupting the female character expectations.
And @azzo1 for narrating her own story to us wonderfully this year 😅

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    This is the best description of Ah-reum! ❤ She is “perfectly imperfect,” as you say, and therefore so relatable.

    It also just occurred to me that I may have picked up Spies because of a comment or post you may have made, @wapz, come to think of it….

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      Ah Reum is just amazing!
      I’m glad i managed to lure someone to watch Spies 😅

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    I love these two!

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    How could I forget @azzo1? She’s definitely my first place this year!

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      Honestly Stuck on You is one of the reason I watched only 4 dramas this year, everything else fades in comparison 😅

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      Aww! Why so sweet ❤☹

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    I’ve been curious about Spies – it seemed like an interesting premise, but I didn’t have the bandwidth to pick it up. How would you rate it generally in the larger scheme of dramas this year?

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      What really shines in Spies are the relationships and character depths. I love morally grey characters and noone in Spies is perfect. The premise is good too but I especially like the way Yoo Inna’s character is written. The female lead is breaking many stereotypes and that is apparent from the very first episode. The dialogues are spot on and the characters are all mature. The spy stuff is actually secondary to the relationships because the title is pretty literal. But don’t expect much from the spy stuff it isn’t that serious. I have watched very less shows in 2020 so Spies is actually at the top for me because the writing is very good (provided I haven’t seen many shows that were big hits this year).

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        Nice! Thanks for the review. I didn’t like Yoo Inna in Touch Your Heart (actually I didn’t like that drama much), so I was skeptical of this. Good writing sounds like a draw, although I must admit the “spies” in the title was what attracted me in the first place 😂 I will add it to my list! But I doubt I’ll finish (or even start) it in time for the year-end bean

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          I have never liked Yoo Inna in anything even if I have seen her several times. Here she is different and is nailing her role. The spy stuff is a prominent part of the show(even involves the female lead yay) but the relationships dynamics are stronger. Also I can’t guarantee if you will like it or not fully. Right now I’m totally invested that is why I am praising is a lot more, this might be different for everyone 😅

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    What? I get a mention? I kind of feel really flattered!

    Thank you 😂

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      Of course you get the mention!
      You made our 2020 better <3

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I’m late to this roundup. 2020 had some really great dramas but all the blame is on the year, that I could hardly finish 4. Or maybe it’s just my attention span. Well still. Favorite boys goes to:

Im Eun seob (When the weather is fine) Chan Hyuk (My Unfamilar Family).

Kudos to Im Eun Seob for being a breakthrough  for silent, introspective, caring male leads. Thanks for telling me that a good life can be lived with your loved ones as long as we are aware of it.

And Chan Hyuk made me fall for Kim Ji Suk for the first time. I could never understand his appeal and thought he suits second lead better. But for me he still hadn’t reached the best role. He shone as Chan Hyuk. This is by far the best and natural friends to lovers transition I have seen in dramas and KJS inhaled his role. It’s pretty apparent from the wall that everyone liked these two.

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    You’re not too late at all – welcome to the Round Up! (And great picks!)

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    You’ve explained both character so well!! I feel exactly the same way, specially for ChanHyuk. I never shipped him with EunHee but then, by episode 11 I think they totally bought me. It was there and I could believe their love story and I’ve never squeed so much with a confession!

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Anyone who watches The Spies who Loved Me, did IQIYI just randomly put VIP on the new episode?

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    iQiYi will do that…

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    Iqiyi VIP the 2nd half of dramas.

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      Whaaaaaat I was jussssst about to start it from iQiyi thinking that the VIP is just early access and we will be able to watch the VIP-locked one in a few days (I just downloaded the app). So now from ep 10 onwards it’s VIP only?

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        VIP episodes are usually available by the time the new episode airs. So I guess there is going to be a week’s delay. So if you started now, you will be able to watch 9 episodes without any wait. I too am angry at this but the show is worth suffering a little.

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          Orrrr not… Maybe i just confused it with Wetv, they release VIP episodes after a week. But does IQIYI do that @katakwasabi?

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      I didn’t know they have been doing this. I only know they release episodes in advance and VIP them for cdramas.

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Are there any newbie in workplace tips? Also how is being pushed to work over time by employers considered for newly hired employees? I think work from home already blurs those lines but where and how should one draw a line? Is \”Can do\” attitude the only way through?

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    interesting..

    if culture is “can do” then the ones who are really able to push back are the ones who truly bring a difference (your skills –hard and soft, even at entry level)

    However, if you are new but on probation, keep your head low. If already permanent.. for one you could just change your signature to state your official working hours 😉

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      Thank you for your advice 😊I believe the “can do” attitude isn’t all that realistic either. I did think I should keep my head low but doesn’t seem like I fully acted on it 😅

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        Well.. just be aware of theoretical Vs pragmatic..

        Use your intellect and wit to handle this. Depending on which geography you are in and what the culture of that country/industry is… be realist, be pragmatic.. unnecessary bravado won’t bring you any luck either

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    You’re job is 9 to 5….make it clear and set boundaries. Doesn’t matter how you do it, in person or over internet but job is to be done within specified time table. Set boundaries….over working won’t necessarily win you a promotion, its exploitative in most cases unless its a special, unique situation or important deadline is fast approaching.

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      I agree with this so much!

      Make sure you make it very clear that you do not work after working hours and you do have a personal life and other commitments. Once you agree to it, they will expect you to all the time and it will get harder to refuse later so say No from the start.. if it’s important and urgent that’s okay but even then make sure they know you’re making an exception!

      Also, never let anyone take advantage of you.. your colleagues will try, trust me, but know exactly what your job descriptions lists as your tasks and don’t be forced into doing other people’s work!

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        Thank you for this 😊
        I agree that the boundaries should be set early on, it’s just hard to say that out when you’re new and this could leave a bad impression. Thanks for the extra tip too, it’s quite easy to place more workload on newbies 😅

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      Thank you for the advice 😊
      I tried to once respectfully ask for doing some work tomorrow instead of late that night, way past working hours. I am not sure if that has ticked off the boss for now 😅
      Overworking is so prized, it’s not a medal or a sign of someone’s dedication. When you’re working for yourself maybe putting in more hours can lead you closer to your goals but when it’s a job, you are basically getting nothing extra for spending more time. So I don’t think anyone at an entry level position puts in work to show their dedication, they probabaly do it to win their employers.

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        I’d suggest getting there and working early than late if that’s possible and if you really need some extra hours in…but that is a matter of personal preference….I need good sleep and rest to function or my body doesn’t react well in the morning and that makes me tired throughout the day. And if deadines not in the morning in early hours, most things can wait.

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Makjang Monday was around September last year. We have so many new beanies this year, shall we have another round? 😅

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So Healer 2.0 aka The spies who loved me is still deliciously good. I am choosing to call it that because just like Healer it has a very strong main leads storyline and a somewhat weaker but still serviceable other (spy stuff) plot. Every Wed I think this show might just let me down but it again does sth right. What\’s with Derek being the perfect gray character I have been waiting for in dramas?!? He isn\’t one sided Evil villain, neither an immature one but actually a very intriguing Second Lead who does love his wife, plus a possible villain who we\’re still not sure about. I love this confusion and the gray-ness and human-ness to his character. But most of all I love Ah Reum. She has been so honest with both her husbands. Easily the best FL for me in 2020.

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    However i do have some issues, I love seeing the episodes but there hasn’t been much progress in the last 2 episodes, which I hope changes soon.

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Those of you who watch dramas on the other sites on phone, what measures (ad blockers etc) do you take to keep your phone safe from viruses? I do know what can be done on a laptop but does anyone risk using them on the phone?

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    ublock

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      Thanks! I see it’s an extension. Is it harmless, how has your experience been with it? Can I access sites like d*amacool without worrying about my phone getting invaded with viruses? Sorry these are too many questions, I’ve had a bad experience on my laptop and don’t want to put my phone at any risk 😅

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        Ublock, Adblock & Adblock Plus are all reliably reported safe.

        To safely access sites that must not be named, you need one of them, plus good internet security software. It’s best if you can take the time to go thru the settings on the security software, browsers & Windows itself and try to tighten things up — but tweak things one at a time, test and take notes because you might break something.

        Example – change “Data Execution Prevention” to apply to everything, not just the “essential” things Windows defaults to. This is well hidden under the Control Panel (not the new-style Settings)

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    I use Adblock on my computer.
    I don’t use it on my phone or tablet, but I have Apple devices, I know they aren’t totally safe, but I’ve never had any problem.

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    I use Surfshark VPN.

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    Suggest using the Firefox app (and adding blockers etc to it)

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After a lukewarm third episode, episode 4 of Spies picked up again. I agree with the view that the spy part is actually the weakest link in the story. It isn\’t bad at all and it\’s better than many dramas but it isn\’t great. That is actually why I felt bored in ep 3 because it focused more on the spy part. However, everything else in the setup works totally fine, infact the personal lives of the characters being mixed together is done quite well. Also till now, I\’m totally loving our female lead. It helps that she is divorced from the male lead and carries some hate for him so in most aspects, they feel equal. She is calculative, instinctive to the extent that Ji hun\’s chief thinks she is way better than him. I hope they just don\’t make her reckless or dumb her down to be rescued because for now spunky smart Ah Reum is good on her own.

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The second episode of The spies who loved me remains strong. It’s already better than My secret Terius lol (that like comparing apples to oranges but atleast they both are spy dramas). It kind of shows that the writer has written gritty movies, none of the spy stuff feels immature as of yet. Yoo Inna has changed my view about her, I never particularly liked her but she’s acing it here.

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    Because of what you said, I’ll be watching Ep1 tonight. 🙂

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    I’d try this one, tonight!

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    @purplesheesh @hazelnuts
    I may just be overselling it because I was very excited by the time the second episode ended 😅 but I’m still digging it and while there might be a few immature spy scenes for the sake of fun, it still has more depth than most spy dramas. For now it seems less likely that it will deviate to a more immature route like most spy dramas but it isn’t all that heavy to begin with. Just intriguing for now. Happy watching! I can’t guarantee that anyone will surely like it because it isn’t amazing yet but it has the crack factor which isn’t ridiculous so it kept me hooked for an ep that goes way past an hour.

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      Better still! Haha. Gave up on the other spy drama, will try this to heal my heart from DYLB. LOL

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    agree..although yet to watch ep 2.. but ep 1 was solid

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      Yay the fanwall is sleeping on it. And i want to shout that this just may be your next crack drama guys, watch it.

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