While my heart is completely stolen by Ye Hua, I fully sympathize with Mo Yuan, who worked so long to return only to find his beloved disciple taken away by his twin brother. How do you write a Mo Yuan-Bai Qian fic without hurting puppy Ye Hua? Argh torn between two hot men. But let’s give this a shot. I don’t know where this will lead to though….
Shifu is like my hero. Before I came to Kunlun Mountains, I imagined him to be this awesome multi-limbed beast, imposing and intimidating, as a true God of War should be (or how else could he be victorious in his many battles?). To say I was disappointed by his very human, albeit very pretty looks was an understatement. But like all immature young kids I was shallow, and knew little.
Over the many years by Shifu’s side, I came…
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Hi Readers! I am back!!!!!!! Sorry for the super long absence (it was a terrible year last year for me, but thank God 2016 has passed), but nothing has really captured my fanfic heart since the Healer and Changmin days. I still think Healer is one of the best K-dramas EVER! and am still secretly rooting for the outing of the Changmin couple, but hey, if nothing comes out of their relationship, we still have tons of things to read (and re-read) right?
I am pretty much going through a K-drama slump right now. Watching a few but unenthusiastically. However, who knew that a C-drama would actually sneak right up and make me go bat-shit crazy that I would re-activate this site again??! A C-drama!?!?!?!?!? of all things! That’s right people, if you haven’t had the chance to watch it, or you are stuck in a hole somewhere, please get yourselves…
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Based On The Novel: Three Lives, Three Worlds, Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms By TangQi GongZi Directed By: Lin Yufen, Yu Cuihua, Ren Haitao No. of Episodes: 58 Original Release: January 30 – March 1, 2017 Watch: Eternal Love Official YouTube Eternal Love on DramaFever Synopsis: When the immortal Bai Qian finally meets her intended husband, the heir […]
Disclaimer: In a strict sense, this isn’t a scene-by-scene recap of the drama — it’s more of a thoughts/commentary/fangirling review thing. For a detailed explanation of each episode of Love O2O in English, you can read them all at Dreams of Jianghu, then come and read up my thoughts. Oh, and spoiler alert.
School. Youth. Romance.
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Day 20: Favorite drama from a non-romance related genre.
Well, anyone who’s read my top 3 post knows what drama this is. Regardless, it still deserves some more recognition–because really, this show is just. That. Good. Yes, give it up for…
Signal. I love cop shows, I love cop novels. There’s just something about a good mystery that intrigues me to no end (probably, y’know, the mystery). But Signal managed to combine it with my other favorite love–fantasy. I can look through my top ten favorites for any given media and easily name the standout favorites–and they almost all have an element of the supernatural. Signal is tightly written, emotionally impacting and superbly acted. Good job, show. ^^ I’ll watch you again soon.