Strong Woman Do Bong Soon

Because of this Koreanovela, I really know now what I want in a man. Its really because of Park Hyungsik that’s why I watched this one. *So dreamy*

It’s about Do Bong Soon (Park Bo-young) who was born with super human strength which was pass on through generations of women in their family. If they use their powers by hurting innocent people or abusing them, they will forever lost it. That’s why Do Bong Soon only uses it to help and save people who needs helping. One day, while she was helping a school bus driver who was being bullied by gangsters, she was seen by Ahn Min-hyuk (Park Hyungsik) while she was performing her super strength. She was then hired by Min-hyuk who was the CEO of a big company as his body guard. That’s how their lovestory started even though Bong Soon has her eyes on her first love Gook Do (Jisoo).

Its a mix of romance, comedy and crime because of the gangsters who where after Hyungsik and the annoying kidnapper who where after skinny and pretty women in the place where Bong Soon lives in. No wonder it has high ratings because the story is fast phase and very good. I really love the personality of Hyungsik in the story because of his love for Bo-young’s character. Even though Bo-young doesn’t like him at first but since he was very persistent with his feelings, Bo-young fell for her. And he’s always there for her even at the midst of danger. They’re both willing to sacrifice each other’s lives for each other. To add up to the story are the humorous characters like the gangsters, Bo-young’s family and Min-hyuk’s assistant. Another must watch Koreanovela!



Hwarang: The Poetic Warrior of Youth

Call me one crazy fan but I’m really fond of this koreanovela right now that I think I watched it from start to the latest episode twice. And its because of Park Hyungsik! *So handsome*


Hwarang is about a group of gorgeous men who even though has their own history on their own, were merge together to form Hwarang – the Flowery Knights of Silla.

Park Seo-joon plays as Moo-myung and Sun Woo. He has a very strong character who is not afraid of whatever is infront of him especially if it means saving those that he cares for. Go Ara plays as Kim Ah-ra, a physician who is a strong willed girl that caught the attention of both Park Seo-joon and Park Hyungsik. Park Hyungsik plays as Sammaekjong/Ji Dwi. He is the next in line king for Silla but was kept in hiding by his mother. He’s a determined guy, going for everything he wants, even the attention of Go Ara. Choi Min-ho (Shinee), Do Ji-han, Cho Yoon-woo and Kim Tae-hyung (BTS) plays as the Flowery knights as well.

This koreanovela is a must watch because even though it involves historical pieces in it, its very entertainingΒ because of the great cast, the love triangle and the humour of the Hwarang guys. Though they keep on fighting with each other due to differences in their political opinions, it doesn’t appear like an action movie at all. Plus, all of them are so handsome and manly, especially Park Hyungsik! πŸ™‚ I can’t wait how he will get the throne from his mother and get all those arrogant officials off their posts. And also how the love triangle will end forΒ Go Ara,Β Park Seo-joon and Park Hyungsik.



Reply 1997

Its been a while since I watch a heart-warming Koreanovela that made me cry, laugh and fall in love all over again.


Reply 1997 is all about Shi-Won (Jung Eun-ji from Apink) and Yoon-Jae, who have been childhood friends ever since and found themselves falling for the other. They didn’t admit it to that easily and soon found many complications including the Tae-Woong, the older brother of Yoon-Jae. But fate lead them back to each other after several years of being apart, and thus a happy ending. To add up is their funny friends who have their own side of the story to tell. Hak-chan (Eun Ji-won from Sechs Kies – another k-pop boy group)Β is so funny because he’s like Raj in Big Bang Theory who even though is fond of girls, can’t even stand being around girls.Joon-hee (Hoya from Infinite) is just so cute especially because he likes Yoon-jae. Yoo-jung is Shi-won’s bestfriend and at time her rival to k-pop boy groups. And Sung-jae is the clown of the group who talks non-stop anytime, anywhere.Β What’s so interesting about this koreanovela are the craziness of korean girls to k-Pop (which I admittedly can relate to). And Shi-won favorite boy group is H.O.T which was the one of the original boy group formed by SM entertainment then. (Pardon for being a k-pop fan! πŸ™‚ )Β All in all this koreanovela is a must see! Plus Seo In Guk (Yoon-jae) is hot and is a great singer!

Watching this koreanovela, made me believe and want more that the guy I’ve been waiting for a while, is someone whom I really know and knows me too, already. Maybe I’m seeing now that its hard to start all over again with someone new but it wouldn’t hurt to believe, right? Maybe at that time we were together as friends, we weren’t ready for each other. But as they say, when the timing is right, all will fall into place.

I love this quote from the movie:

β€œPeople’s countless threads, all tangled together. But when I start to unravel it, I end up face to face with my fate, without even knowing it. If the red thread of fate really exists, then who is the one tied to my red thread?”