First Impressions: Love All Play

Love All Play

Genre: Romance, Sports, Drama
Origin: South Korea
Episodes: 16
Air-date: Apr 20, 2022 – present
Starring: Park Ju Hyun as Park Tae Yang, Chae Jong Hyeop as Park Tae Joon, Park Ji Hyun as Park Jun Young, Kim Moon Joon as Yook Jung Hwan, Seo Ji Hye as Lee Yoo Min

A sports romance drama that depicts the passion and affection for badminton of a male and female protagonist who is a mixed doubles group with players from the badminton business team. Park Tae Joon, who naturally wound up in the world of badminton because of his parents’ badminton equipment business. Although he had begun to see the sport as work, his passion for badminton is reignited due to a desire to impress a woman. Park Tae Yang is a former aspiring Olympian who had to leave the badminton world for three years due to a bribing scandal.


Thoughts: Oh wow. This actually surprised me! Like obviously I was going to watch because Chae Jong Hyeop is my husband and I must give him streams to feed our children. However, I didn’t expect to be so immediately invested and so infatuated with it already! It’s only been two episodes! I am loving the energy of the cast and the way these characters are being played. I’m eager to know the real reason why Taeyang left and what’s the whole tea with Junyoung and Jung Hwang. Speaking of Jung Hwang, I love that he’s being seen as some arrogant pos but he’s really just going through his own trauma. I cackled at the scene with the Yoomin, “if she is your daughter, why is she so pretty?” and I think that their dynamic will be so fun to see. The last time I saw Soo Hyang was in Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo and it felt kismet to see her here since I would say it’s the kinda vibe that I’m feeling overall with this drama. I really enjoy the easy chemistry between our leads. Like the way I was sold the second they had the sprinkler scene. Yeah yeah yeah sign me tf up. Wtf!! Even the bromances I think will be really good. I’m putting good faith in this one cause I really haven’t felt like this in a long time. I know this happy feeling won’t last forever, but I’m here for the ride.

Recommendations: If you’re into sports dramas, enjoy goofy male leads and a soft chemistry.

Where To Watch: iykyk

First Impression Score: 8.5/10

Until Next Time! xx

Sugar Baby’s Review Corner – Girl Next Room: Security Love

Girl Next Room: Security Love

Genre: Comedy, Romance, Drama
Origin: Thailand
Episodes: 6
Air-date: Jun 21, 2020 – Jul 26, 2020
Starring: Kao Jirayu La-ongmanee as Faigun, Gigie Chanunphat Kamolkiriluck as View Wiwa

View Viva is a famous rising star who lives in Ms. Jam’s all-female Dorm. One day, she meets the helpful and kind man Fai who later on becomes a security guard at Ms. Jam’s dorm as he was fired from an earlier job for something he didn’t do. Fai and View become great friends and Fai always helps and protects View whenever she faces problems. The friendship between the two slowly turned romantic but because of View’s reputation as a famous rising star her reputation dating a poor, normal security guard would end right away.

Will Fai and View have a happy ending?


I have made it to the end and like I don’t mean to be a contrarian, but this is probably my favorite of the bunch. Is it a case of it being the last one and therefore I am just relieved or is it a case of it actually being good? I do not know.

I enjoy a good forbidden romance and there’s something about the bodyguard trope that either hits or doesn’t hit. In this case, it hit and stuck. I was surprised by how much I found that this one worked well and it’s due to the chemistry. The story was pretty standard, but the acting made all the difference. I thought that the pacing was a bit off, but it worked nonetheless. What I liked the most was that they both got their happy ending and listen, while View is so pretty and sweet, Faigun stole my heart. I want to watch more of Kao cause wow. Yeah.

Overall, I had a good time with this series. We loved to see how this one dorm was host to different stories with their different girls. My definite ranking of the series’ would be;

  1. Security Love
  2. Richy Rich
  3. Midnight Fantasy
  4. Motorbike Baby

Thanks for joining me on this journey! Until next time!

Acting: 8/10
Music: 7/10
Rewatch Value: 7/10
Overall: 7/10

The Unnie’s Review Couch Corner: A Business Proposal

Shin Ha Ri is a single woman and works for a company. She has a male friend, who she has had a crush on for a long time, but she learns he has a girlfriend. Shin Ha Ri feels sad and decides to meet her friend Jin Young Seo, who is a daughter of a chaebol family. Jin Young Seo then asks Shin Ha Ri to take her place in a blind date and even offers some money for her time. Shin Ha Ri accepts her friend’s offer. She goes out on the blind date as Jin Young Seo, while having the intention to get rejected by her date. When she sees her blind date, Shin Ha Ri is dumbfounded. Her blind date is Kang Tae Mu. He is the CEO of the company where she works. Kang Tae Mu is the CEO of a company that his grandfather founded. One day, his grandfather informed him of an upcoming blind date that he set up for him. Kang Tae Mu is a workaholic and he is annoyed that his grandfather sets up blind dates for him. He decides to marry the next woman whom he meets at a blind date, so he won’t be disturbed from his work anymore. That woman is Shin Ha Ri, but pretending to be Jin Young Seo. On the following day, Shin Ha Ri receives a phone call from Kang Tae Mu. He asks her to marry him.

  • Starring : Kim Se Jeong | Ahn Hyo Seop | Seol In Ah | Kim Min Kyu
  • Episodes : 12 (60 mins.)
  • Aired : February 28 – April 5, 2022
  • Network : SBS, Netflix

Acting: 8/10
Story: 7/10
Music: 8/10
Comfort Score: 8/10
Overall: 8.5/10

Fave Song:

Story: 7/10
Acting: 7/10
Music: 7/10
Rewatch Value: 7/10
Overall: 7/10

Hit It or Skip It – April 2022 Week 3

I never get good weeks. Pfft. I had to dip into the nugu bags for something to post this week. Sighs.

ELO ‘Can’t Be Happy’

No but fr why can’t I be happy??.

Min ft JMIN ‘Hit Me Up’


Kim Sung Kyu ‘Savior’

It’s been a rough week y’all..

Choi Junghoon ‘Until I love the love’


Apink ‘I want you to be happy’

Happy 11 years! Zzzzz

Hong Ji Yun ‘The Queen of Love’

Nice gowns. Pretty gowns. Beautiful gowns.

YOUNITE ‘1 of 9’

The pre-release was better.

BOL4 ‘Seoul’

You hear one BOL4 song, you’ve heard them all.

Favorite SOTW: N/A

Least Favorite SOTW: N/A

Sugar Baby’s Review Corner: Thirty-Nine


Genre: Life, Romance, Friendship, Drama
Origin: South Korea
Episodes: 12
Air-date: Feb 16, 2022 – Mar 24, 2022
Starring: Son Ye Jin as Cha Mi Jo, Jeon Mi Do as Jeong Chan Young, Kim Ji Hyun as Jang Joo Hee

Leaning on each other through thick and thin, a trio of best friends stand together as they experience life, love and loss on the brink of turning 40.

Cha Mi Jo is the head dermatologist of a clinic in Gangnam. She is a warm character who grew up in a wealthy environment with a caring family and everything she could wish for.

Jung Chan Young dreamed of becoming an actress but ended up becoming an acting teacher instead. Although her way of speaking may seem blunt and harsh, the sincerity in her words makes her a character impossible to hate.

Jang Joo Hee is a department store cosmetics manager. Due to her timid personality, she has yet to really experience a romantic relationship.


Okay so just deal with reviews being late okay? Ok. Now, this drama was actually really good and while I did feel like the last episode kinda didn’t work the way the screenwriter and director wanted it to, I still found that when I sat with this drama, I truly enjoyed it.

It has been a while since we’ve been blessed with a drama that was clearly very well thought out and carefully acted. The storyline was pretty straightforward and we are told right from the beginning who was going to pass away and the sense of dread kinda carried its way with you the viewer through the drama. However, I am getting ahead of myself with that one. Something that I really liked about this drama was that the characters were allowed to feel their emotions and react to things in the moment. I feel like we don’t often see that with dramas and crying is often used for comedic effect most times. All three women showed a type of strength that I think is so beautiful to see. In this drama, I felt like we actually got see who these characters were and they felt like very real people.

I thought the cast had a beautiful chemistry and synergy with each other which is required when a drama has as many themes as this one did. It was lovely seeing the ups and down. A bitch bawled, laughed and cried some more. My biggest complaint with this drama sans the final episode, is the fact that we had yet another trio of friendship where one is terminally ill. I know these things are real life, but why couldn’t this drama have just been about these three girls and navigating the last year of their 30s? Why did it have to become a bucket list esque drama with death as the lurker? Is it too much to ask for just good vibes?

All in all though, like I said, the good outweighed the bad. This drama served and I enjoyed it immensely. I wouldn’t rewatch simply cause I do not want to cry anymore, but I would recommend.

Story: 8/10
Acting: 10/10
Music: 8/10
Rewatch Value: 7/10
Overall: 8.5/10

Lazy Unnie’s Playlist: NCT DREAM – Glitch Mode

TITLE: Glitch Mode


LABEL: SM Entertainment

RELEASED: March 28, 2022

The Dreamies are really starting to set themselves away from the NCT pack. Gone are the days of Chewing Gum and now the ones of deep voices and confidence of grown-ass men. Where have my children gone?!

Glitch Mode – Title Track

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

This is probably the perfect song for a title from Dream. They are always known for catchy title tracks and this one is no different. The hook gets you and I find myself always humming it. The game concept is perfect because even though the group is maturing, they still have youth on their side. The rock bridge feels a little displaced but somehow works to break up the simple overall beat of the song.

Feels like I’m watching one long ass TikTok and I like it.

Fire Alarm

Rating: 0.5 out of 5.

NCT is known for their own brand of noise music but this just takes the cake. I know some may like it but I feel like I’m listening to a bad video game acid trip. The one saving grace is Mark and his dependable rapping.


Rating: 4 out of 5.

This felt as if they made Glitch Mode more R&B-based than hip-hop, and it works. The chorus is hard when the verses feel more mellow. But it is that boom-bap sound that makes this even more addicting than the title track for me. And the vocals are AMAZING! Haechan, Renjun, and Chenle are so dependable vocalists that you expect nothing but greatness.

It’s Yours

Rating: 4 out of 5.

One thing NCT as a whole can do is R&B and Dream show that with this mid-tempo bop. Even when their rappers sing it doesn’t feel like a struggle bus. The hook is both catchy and charming.

Teddy Bear

Rating: 3 out of 5.

It is possible for the Dreamies to be romantic and this is one of those times. An R&B pop ballad showing their sweet side is so dreamy. It’s giving me Boyz II Men vibes.


Rating: 4 out of 5.

I absolutely love when they attack the 90’s R&B genre. At this point, you can just call them a 90s cover group because they are killing it with this. This R&B Pop track really makes you wanna vibe out. The hip-hop bridge is surprising but extremely welcomed.

Saturday Drip

Rating: 4 out of 5.

People forget that Dream’s rap line is more than Mark. I wasn’t expecting this to slap as much as it did but I freaking love it. The deep tones of Jisung and Jaemin blend so well with Jeno and Mark. This synth hip-hop got me dropping it with the stank face on.

Better Than Gold

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

NCT Dream does Bruno Mars. The funky upbeat song just makes you feel good. This is a nice party song.


Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

A low-key song that gives you a more relaxed pop vibe. It’s a simple example of how vocally talented they are. The song doesn’t do too much to stand out but it’s okay.

Never Goodbye

Rating: 3 out of 5.

This is a very restrained ballad for the group. I don’t dislike it but I’ve heard these members do better ballads in the past so this doesn’t really measure up.


Rating: 4 out of 5.

Not gonna lie, it feels like Dream is singing an upbeat gospel song from the 90’s. Ending the album on this beat is actually really cute for them. The lyrics talk about them wanting to stay as 7Dream and my heart swooned. Musically it just reiterates what the whole album showed, these boys can sang.


It is really hard to say something negative about the talent of NCT Dream because they just have the chops. This album showed how their vibe is really suited for retro-styled concepts however when they do something more contemporary they can hold their own. I feel like they are really setting their lane outside of the typical noise brand that a lot of boy groups are doing these days. With just a couple of tracks that didn’t quite hit the mark, this was a very cohesive album with a clear vision and message. The message that was conveyed through many of the tracks was about comfort. And that is exactly what I felt listening to the album, outside of Fire Alarm. That song needs to go away in a fire.

PRODUCTION : 4.5 / 5
OVERALL: 4.5 / 5

Favorite Track(s): 
It’s Yours, Arcade

Lazy Unnie’s Couch: Twenty Five Twenty One

In a time when dreams seem out of reach, a teen fencer pursues big ambitions and meets a hardworking young man who seeks to rebuild his life. Na Hee Do is a member of her high school fencing team. Due to the South Korean financial crisis, the high school fencing team gets disbanded. Getting through all the difficulties, she becomes a member of the national fencing team. The South Korean financial crisis also causes Baek Yi Jin’s father’s business to go bankrupt. This leads to a life change for Baek Yi Jin, from living the life of a wealthy person to a poor person. While studying, he works part-time jobs like delivering newspapers. Later, he becomes a sports reporter for a broadcasting network.

  • Starring: Kim Tae Ri | Nam Joo Hyuk | Bona | Choi Hyun Wook | Lee Joo Myung
  • Episodes: 16 (1 hr. 15 mins.)
  • Aired: February 12 – April 3, 2022
  • Network: tvN
  • Where to Watch: Netflix

Here is the thing, I liked this drama. The things I said in my first impression still hold true. I got reply series vibes, Kim Tae Ri playing a teenager was distracting, Nam Joo Hyuk was so fine, this should have been a lesbian drama, and yay for employment for Choi Hyun Wook. But as I came to the end of the two months of this show, I realized that writers could really fuck up a good thing and make me regret watching. I haven’t been this disappointed in an ending since watching Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol, and that’s saying A LOT.

The thing I really liked about this show was the way certain plots were told. I loved the rivals to friend plot because it actually felt more genuine than the romantic slow burn between Na Hee Do and Baek Yi Jin. If this was just a story between Na Hee Do and Go Yu Rim, I would have been fine. Their progression was more natural, the chemistry between Tae Ri and Bona was adorable. When they were in scenes together, I forgot about the age difference between the actresses. Another plot was Yurim’s. Her trying to be the breadwinner of her family and her experiencing love for the first time was amazing. Yurim and Moon Ji Woong’s love story really had me invested. I thought they were going to fuck it up and make it a love triangle with Ji Seungwan but luckily they didn’t. It just showed how co-ed friendships can exist without romantic love. All of the fencing stuff was also so intriguing too. I wanted more and more of these things.

The writers did such a good job at making each of the characters rich with a backstory so their actions made sense. Each had different struggles and it was endearing to watch them interact. Even the “love” story between Na Hee Do and Baek Yi Jin felt authentic, to a point. The way they fell in love with each other was different. Part of me wanted them to be romantic earlier and the slow burn was killing me but when it did happen, it made sense. But that is also around the time the show lost me. By the time the couple realized that their love for each other was more romantic and platonic, I was just more invested in how it was all going to end. The whole build-up was trying to find out how the title was incorporated/ It was cute when they were together but neither knew how to balance their dreams and then their love. Yes, they provided each other with kind of what each other needed. Hee Do helped Yi Jin find a new dream and Yi Jin was something Hee Do could love outside of fencing and her grief of losing her father young. When they kissed for the first time properly, my heart swooned. But I was left waiting for the other shoe to drop.

After all the good things. Ji Seungwan and her stand against the establishment of the school. Hee Do and Yurim actually become best of friends and best rivals. ALL of the good things happened and then they just said “Let’s set it on fire”. The whole story is told in flashbacks because Hee Do’s daughter is reading her diaries. The whole season there was a mystery about who her father was and if it was Baek Yi Jin. It was established early that it couldn’t be him because of the reactions in the present day. Then there were theories that he was dead in the present. Honestly, I would have been okay with that. By the end of the series, they showed the downfall of their romantic relationship. Timing and distance was really at play here. Both end up excelling in their careers and that’s it. Hee Do gets married, to some person, who knows. Yi Jin becomes an anchor and basically follows Hee Do’s mother’s footsteps. And that’s it. We know NOTHING of what happens in the present. While they were busy closing other storylines with Yurim and Ji Woong ending up happy together, Ji Seungwan possibly ending up with Baek Yi Jin’s brother and both Yurim and Hee Do retiring from fencing, the main love line is just left there hanging. No closure, no nothing.

I was left feeling drama blue balls. The whole buildup to this show was good and the payoff just wasn’t there. There was just so much I liked about this show and for it to basically half-ass the ending felt disrespectful. The cast was soooooo good, that I wanted to cry. Nam Joo Hyuk is only as good as his co-stars and honestly, the chemistry was there. The 5 leads really held it together. Sadly the writing did them dirty. The show had me laughing, crying in happiness and sadness. Unfortunately, I was hate watching by the end because halfway through the show lost that good thing it had in the first half. I honestly would have given this a higher rating if they had given me ANYTHING else in the conclusion. ANYTHING.

Acting: 8/10
Story: 6/10
Music: 9/10
Overall: 7.5/10

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Lazy Unnie’s Playlist: Stray Kids – ODDINARY


ARTIST: Stray Kids

LABEL: JYP Entertainment

RELEASED: March 18, 2022

It’s always fun when the Kids release something new. Only a few months after their Christmas release, Stray Kids are back at the lab with something entirely new. New year, who dis?!

Maniac – Title Track

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

This was a surprising one for me. Experimenting with a more Middle-Eastern-inspired sound mixed with their usual hard-hitting chorus felt like a new turn for the group. on first listen I felt like this might be too way off course for the group but having Felix’s fan-favorite voice being the dominant one in the chorus really gets people attached.


Rating: 4 out of 5.

Surprised we got a full song to start but I love how weird it sounds. Not crazy about pre-chorus as much as I thought I would be but the anti-drop trap vibe is really good.

This elevates the song ALL THE WAY UP


Rating: 4 out of 5.

THIS SHIT HITS! The flutes piggyback off the Middle-Eastern sound from Maniac but Changbin and Han really stand out with their raps. Still a hip-hop song, this makes you want to really shake ya ass and watch ya self.


Rating: 3 out of 5.

Come through dubstep! I can actually either take or leave this song. It is something different and the verses and chorus are better than the pre-chorus, but could really be a good song for like the gym.

This MV makes the song seem 100% times better than it is.

Lonely St.

Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

This song feels like those punk covers of pop songs. The hook is really nice but the overuse of autotune gives this song a very artificial aftertaste.

Like…how emo

Waiting For Us (Bang Chan, Lee Know, Seungmin, I.N)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Didn’t expect a soft pop ballad to really be my favorite song off this. The way their voices have matured and grown really shows in this. I get chills every time I play it. Really reminds me of the best part of the early 2000s.

Muddy Water (Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix)

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Jazzy 90’s hip-hop aren’t words I would associate with Stray Kids. But here we are. I neither hate nor love it but it actually shows how Felix and Hyunjin can hold up against powerhouses Changbin and Han.


We are used to Stray Kids being experimental. They love to bang on their beat machines and see what pops out. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. Is every song on Oddinary an instant classic? Not at all but it really shows how much these men love music and aren’t afraid to stay in the construction noise box. You can see different sound influences throughout all of the tracks on this mini and it works. I wouldn’t say it is their most memorable work but it really adds a nice flavor to their discography.

OVERALL: 4 / 5

Favorite Track(s): 
Waiting For Us, Charmer

Lazy Unnie’s Couch: Forecasting Love and Weather

A romance drama about the work and love in the office of National Weather Service, hotter than tropical nights and more unpredictable than localized heavy rains. Jin Ha Kyung is an intelligent and highly organized individual who does everything by the book and is fastidious about keeping her personal and professional lives separate. Due to her cold demeanor, she has few friends at work and has become an “outsider by choice.” Lee Shi Woo is a free spirit who is always thinking outside the box. Although he can appear clumsy, he boasts an impressive IQ of 150 and is able to achieve anything once he sets his mind to it. However, in spite of his intelligence and abilities, all he cares about is the weather. Han Ki Joon is a handsome and quick-witted character with a silver tongue. Using his formidable powers of persuasion, Han Ki Joon eventually gets scouted by the spokesperson’s office after struggling in the early days of his career at the service. However, because he has lived his entire life as a model student, he has a hard time dealing with failure. Chae Yoo Jin is a daily weather reporter. Although she went into her job with lofty dreams of breaking news, exciting scoops, and on-site reports, Chae Yoo Jin was ultimately assigned to the “weather and lifestyle team.” While she was initially disappointed by the assignment, she eventually comes to grow fond of her job.

  • Starring: Park Min Young | Song Kang | Yoon Park | Yura
  • Episodes: 16 (1 hr. 10 mins.)
  • Aired: February 12 – April 3, 2022
  • Network: jTBC
  • Where to Watch: Netflix

I think I have a curse when I do first impressions of shows. It seems that when I do one I end up thinking the show is horrible or it underwhelms me way too fast. The latter was the case with this one. Forecasting Love and Weather was like a partly cloudy day. There were moments of real sunshine and things to keep the show interesting. But overall the show just felt gloomy and dull. The aspect that I originally thought was going to drag the show, the weather, was actually one of the most interesting parts.

It is hard to pinpoint one thing that made this show just mediocre. Each week until the 10th episode, I was watching religiously. but I quickly realized I was watching more for aspects that had nothing to do with the main storyline. Let’s start with the good things. Song Kang. Just looking at him on screen brightened every scene. But his character started to become repetitive and dull. There was no big revelation with him and if he wasn’t as attractive as he is, it would be ten times more boring. Also good was the team who worked with them at the KMA. I found myself becoming more invested in their side stories. Especially the one between Shin Seok Ho and Jin Tae Kyung, Jin Ha Kyung’s older sister. Their love story was way better than the second lead’s. Generally, the whole first half of the show was pretty good. I liked the drama that the exes of Ha Kyung and Lee Shi Woo created. Han Ki Joon and Chae Yoo Jin were the worst and it was nice to see that their relationship wasn’t sunshine and rainbows.

Now that is basically where the good ended because the rest of the show felt like shambles. One of my biggest issues was Park Min Young. Usually, I am here for her as an actress but in this, she felt as stiff as her facial expressions. Maybe a few too many trips to the doctor made that happen. But outside of her physical appearance, Jin Ha Kyung just didn’t feel like a character I could root for. I neither could like nor hate her. By the end, I really wondered what Lee Shi Woo saw in her. Another big bad for me was the relationship between Lee Shi Woo and his father. His dad was THE WORST! He basically ruined his son’s life unapologetically. And when Shi Woo was like he doesn’t fuck with his dad, I was like yes, rightfully so. So why did the show need to do this whole redemption arc with him forgiving his dad? It was unnecessary. He was a shitty dad and that was okay, let him be that. It was annoying to see at the end that all was forgiven.

Another bad was the redemption arc for the second leads. The appeal, in the beginning, was hating them. It was actually fun because they were the worst. But after some scenes of Ha Kyung’s ex Ki Joon being absolutely ridiculous, they started to make the viewers feel sorry for his relationship with Yoo Jin. Sorry, nope. Did not like it. I wish they would have just left things alone and actually keep them as terrible people. We didn’t need to see them struggle as a couple. And I really wish they would have had the balls to go through with the abortion storyline. They need to normalize women having the choice.

Overall, I was left hate watching the last few episodes. The show could have easily ended at 12 episodes with the last 4 being only about the side characters and their troubles. I no longer cared if Ha Kyung and Shi Woo ended up together because their relationship felt empty and all they had was some good sexual/kiss chemistry. I only liked how open they were about being physically attracted to each other. These adults did act like adults. Sadly I had a hard time loving this by the end. Damn Park Min Young and her horrible new face and even more horrible hair. Was she wearing a wig? Maybe so.

Acting: 7/10
Story: 8/10
Music: 7/10
Overall: 7.5/10

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Whatcha Watchin’ – April 18th – The Passion of the Christ

This past weekend was Easter so Happy Easter to those who celebrated and to those who didn’t, I hope you benefited from a long weekend.

Sugar Baby Unnie

Drama watching is really hard people. Sighs. I will make an effort this week.



Tomorrow: I’ve been meaning to do a first impressions post on this one but like effort… lmfao. So far, so good although I’m only on episode 2!

Royal Feast: FINALLY GOOD ENGLISH SUBS. Only 10 episodes in, but I am enjoying it. Jinyan and Xu Kai do be having chemistry.

On Deck

Soundtrack #1: I like pretty people and friends to lovers.

Again My Life: I’m on a Lee Joon Gi kick lately. Hehehe.

Lie To Me: Our next rewatch show hahaha

Lazy Unnie

I have been in such a slump this past week and it doesn’t help that every time I try to watch something I fall asleep. Hate you, PMS symptoms!


  • F4 (Thailand) – I fell way behind but I’m finally getting to the good things, I think.
  • Cutie Pie – I am seriously only watching for the kiss chemistry and bed scenes. The plot makes no sense anymore.
  • Not Me – Maybe this week I will watch some. MAYBE.


  • Failing in Love – When is it time to drop a show? I just keep getting distracted.

On Deck

  • Tomorrow – GIVE ME REAPERS!
  • Soundtrack #1 – I love Park Hyungsik so…
  • KinnPorsche – I need me some adult dark BL so…
  • Blueming – This looks like it might be cute? I’m trying to support more Korean BLs. I’m down for the movement!
  • Lie to Me – I’ve never seen and it’s our next rewatch!