(Just to warm my usual readers, today’s post will talk about k-drama, and anime, and if you’re not into that kind of stuff, then you should skip this post.)
I’m going to be honest and say that I am not really a k-drama(Korean drama) person, and, up until a week ago, I had never before even seen the description to a k-drama, never mind having watched one.
On the other hand, I have some friends who really enjoy k-drama, and one of them was watching one. As she was watching it, I was next to her, and it seemed really interesting. She told me that it is called Strong Woman Do Bong Soon, and that she thought I would like it.
So I gave it a shot, and so far I am extremely hooked on it. I’m 12 episodes in, and I think there are 16 in the series. I’m so close to being done, and I want to know what happens, but at the same time, I don’t want it to end.
Strong Woman Do Bong Soon is about a 27 year old woman, who lives in Korea with her family. Do Bong Soon has a secret, a gift that has been down her family for generations.
The gift of strength is passed down generation to generation through the matriarchal line. Do Bong Soon has been in love with her best friend In Gook Do, but it has been a one sided love.
When the president of Ain Software sees Do Bong Soon use her incredible strength, he hires her as his bodyguard. With serial kidnappings popping up in Do Bong Soon’s neighborhood, she has a lot to worry about.
You guys should really give this show a chance! Below is the trailer to the show, and if you do watch it, then “viki” is a good website to view it through.
On top of this, I started to watch the anime The Irregular at Magic High School through Netflix. I really enjoyed it, and because I enjoyed it so much, I decided to read the short novels that the anime is based off of.
(4 1/2 Book worms)
This show (and book) takes place in the year 2095, when magic has become a new form of science. Tatsuya Shiba and his sister Miyuki are first years at First Magic High School. Miyuki has been labeled as a Course 1 student, dubbed by the others as Blooms, and Tatsuya, a course 2 student (dubbed as a Weed).
The story follows their journeys through the school. Miyuki has a major brother complex, and Tatsuya, a sister complex, and if you’re not into that, then you probably shouldn’t read this. If you don’t mind it though, then you should definitely look into this.