My Drama Land is experiencing a bit of drought again. Most biases have completed their projects, and some are leaving for military services, whereas a couple of them are just taking their sweet honey time reviewing script offers. Meanwhile a few are busy with fan meetings. Damn those fan meet tours. And the good shows are coming to an end one week after another. Aish. Not happy. Not happy at all.
OMO. Last I heard, only Lee Seo Jin and Yoon Kyun Sang confirmed to return for 3 Meals a Day: Fishing Village 4. Now that Eric Mun has also agreed to return, I can only say D-A-E-B-A-K! I am salivating at the thought of seeing Eric cook again and I bet Na PD invited them back because he wants to eat Eric’s food. 😏 Too bad Eric doesn’t cook as slow anymore; that was what made the show extremely funny.
Snap! Here are our 53th Baeksang Art Award winners.
Frankly, it was the most boring Baeksang I had seen. I get bored from time to time watching these award shows because of the language barrier; however, this year’s Baeksang was boredom on a whole new level. It began at the red carpet where not one single star *wow* the floor. The dresses were all a big MEH.
I was contemplating of quitting the live streaming if it were not of Park Bo Gum with his little *BLUR* but cute stunt, and later the three crabs moves. After this, the show did get a little bit more interesting since it was time to announce the Best Actor and Actress awards.
The vicious cycle starts again with 53th Baeksang Art Awards as they recently release the nomination lists. Almost every year I go on a rampage at the results for South Korea’s Award Shows, but I can’t ignore because I am a sucker for seeing stars dressing up prettily on the red carpet. I love seeing biases or drama couples I adore reunite and appear together for their nominated projects. This year’s Baeksang is as highly anticipated as 2014’s when I was infatuated with You Who Came From the Star.
Let’s take a look at the nominees for this year. I have chosen my winners in light blue, hehe.
I have been spending this weekend marathoning tvN’s 3 Meals a Day: Fishing Village 3 featuring Lee Seo Jin, Eric Mun and Yoon Kyun Sang. I’m not into variety shows, and I don’t see the appeal in watching people stuck in a village with no modern equipment and basically just eat and cook from whatever they are supplied. But I could no longer resist when there was so much raves about this season and Eric’s cooking. So I decided to check it out.
Farewell to Oh Hae Young, and welcome to more new shows. It is sad to let the good show go, and even harder when there are no drama at the moment that can replace it. As previously mentioned, there is no way I have time to write individual reviews; thus, the best I could do is compiled both spazzing and ranting into one post. Note: Rants will definitely overshadow the spazzing.
Note: this post contains spoilers.
Oh shit. How am I going to juggle between real life and drama life from now on for the next 5-6 months?
My schedule is super jam packed with the following dramas:
Right. I think it’s impossible for me to write individual review (or rants) for all the dramas I saw as of late, so this is all I can do to spew my thoughts, under the circumstances of ‘uninspired’ moments, or when procastination / laziness kicks in. I usually am more inspired to spazz enthusiastically at the time of airing rather than after it ends anyway. The ‘moment of Feels’ felt whilst watching gets lost at the end. So here goes.