COMMISSIONS~!!!! I humbly ask your support



To make a very long, pointlessly personal story short, my job that I transferred to after all the trouble and mayhem turned out to be nothing but empty promises.

I need your help…

So, I’ve been getting quite a few messages about COMMISSION WORK in my…

This is one of my Con friends! Help her out if you can!

You Who Came From The Stars

Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Melodrama, Romance, Supernatural

Year: December 18, 2013 - February 27, 2014

Synopsis: Do Min Joon is an alien who landed on Earth 400 years ago during the Joseon Dynasty period. Do Min Joon possesses a near perfect appearance and enhanced physical abilities involving his vision, hearing and speed. Later, he discovers that he has three months left on Earth. And that is when he meets Cheon Song Yi, the biggest Hallyu star in Korea.

Review: Beyond hilarious, this drama is one of the top dramas I have watched. It is well scripted, the cast is brilliant… *cough* Kim Soo Hyun is ALWAYS BRILLIANT *cough* and it left me wanting more.

Cheon Song Yi is crazy. What more can I say? She amazingly funny and off the wall. I absolutely LOVE her. Love Love Love. Her over dramatization and aegyo had me in tears. Seriously could not get enough. 

I could go on alllllllllll damn day about Do Min Joon. All damn day. Bloody Brilliant. But one thing that really stuck out to me is his interaction with Song Yi’s younger brother, Yoon Jae. Yoon Jae thinks of Do Min Joon as E.T. and it makes the most hilarious interactions. 

I honestly dont…well….. didnt have anything bad to say about this drama… until the last episode. Now, I can understand that SBS needed to rush the episode a bit. I can understand that. But, the fact that they approved this course for the ending of this drama…… I cant accept that. 

A friend of mine and I went back and forth spewing about 3-4 possibly more acceptable endings for this drama that actually made sense. Please tell me how disappearing in a field, and getting stuck in a wormhole, only to be able to teleport back temporarily… makes sense? What happened to the ship? If hes stuck in a wormhole, that means he never made it home. See how depressing that is? So if hes on the ship, then hes stuck in a worm hole and he teleports back to Earth for a short period of time. See how even more depressing that is?

See that image. Its now my answer for everything…. “Where are you going?”… “Im going on a JOURNEY…” Fabulous.

Now, the epilogue. Can you even call that an epilogue? It was 2 minutes long, and most of it was already previously shown. Did it make you feel better? Did it EXPLAIN anything? My answers to these important questions is… No. It was a waste of 2 minutes. Still no explanation on the Wormhole theory. Still no happy ending. SBS, did you really think that your half-assed ending would fly? Apparently, they did.

No marriage. No kids. No REAL happy ending. Just this fake happiness that the two of them can have when he is able to stay on Earth. 

As much as I want to dock points for the AWFUL ending to this drama. Ill dock 1 point… I feel that is fair. The rest of the drama is FUCKING BRILLIANT and the score shouldnt suffer because of 1 episode.

Score: 8

SBS. you disappoint me.

[Music Review] Lipservice - Yum Yum Yum

I havent been compelled enough to do a music review for a LONG time… but I dont think I have ever been obsessed with a song as I have with this one… in a long time.

New Duo group, Lipservice, features Bipa and Kora. Now, I have never been one to love hip-hop. That is until i discovered K-pop. 

The song is, in one word, addictive. I knew from the first time I played it that I was done for. The repetitive and somewhat cutesy lyrics aside, the hardcore electronic beat that accompanies them is a perfect mixture. No matter how many times Ive listened to it… Im not bored. 

The dance seems simplistic enough, but really Ive just been staring at the video wanting to learn it.

What can I say about this? Its definitely a song thats sparked something for me. Im addicted and obsessed. 

The Moon That Embraces The Sun


Genre: Fantasy, Historical, Political, Romance

Year: January 4, 2012 to March 15, 2012

Synopsis: A love story between King Lee Hwon and a female shaman named Wol. Wol was born from a noble family and became the crown princess, but she was entrapped and faced execution. Finally, she lived as a shaman. Based on the novel “Haereul Poomeun Dal” by Jung Eun-Gwol.

Review: Let’s just put aside the fact that two of my favorite actors happen to be present in this drama. I have never seen such an excellent transition from adolescence to adulthood in any other drama Ive watched. The resemblance between the actors playing the children and the ones playing the adults was uncanny. 


This is not your typical historical drama. Id definitely put it under a more comedy aspect, but I will say that someone cries every episode. Normally this would annoy me, but for some reason, i was fine with it. Maybe because I was able to relate and the story was understandable with it there? Who knows.

I was a little upset by some of the deaths that occurred but, it had to happen right? Prince Yang Myung’s death was one that annoyed me the most because CLEARLY his death could have been avoided. Move to the side… MOVE TO THE SIDE.


Another death I was upset to watch was Seol’s. She had to be my favorite character in the entire drama. Dont ask me why… I dont have an answer. I just dont think her death should have occurred… the Prince’s either.


I would like to mention that I have never, in all the dramas I have watched so far, been tempted to jump through the screen and strangle a character. Granted they have either annoyed me or pissed me off to no end, but never have they brought me to the point of actually wanted to wanting to cause physical harm to said character. The grandmother and Father-in-law in this drama, did just that. And Id have to say that the actors and writers did an excellent job on them… because seriously… my anger towards them came from the fiery depths of hell…


I have to mention the humor that was put into this drama is immense. I was yelling at the screen and laughing throughout the entire thing. Its rare. And even more so with a historical drama. Last drama I watched that this drama could even match was ‘Return of Iljimae’, which also starred Jung Il Woo. 



I HIGHLY recommend this drama. There is a bit of politics but, its mostly revenge and romance. Definitely add this to your watch list.

Score: 9


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