K-DRAMA REVIEW: Strong Woman Do Bong Soon // a girl with superhuman strength + the cutest romance ever!!

StrongWomanDoBong-soon_(Main_poster)Title: Strong Woman Do Bong Soon
Hangul: 힘쎈여자 도봉순
Network: JTBC
Genre: Fantasy, Thriller, Rom-Com
Episodes: 16
Broadcasting Dates: February 24, 2017 to April 15, 2017
Language: Korean
Source: Watched on Netflix

Synopsis: Do Bong-soon (Park Bo-young) was born with superhuman strength. Her strength is hereditary and passed along only to the women in her family. Her dream is to create a video game with herself as the main character. She desperately wants to become a willowy and elegant woman, which is the ideal type of her crush, In Guk-doo (Ji Soo), a police officer. Thanks to her strength, she gets the job of a bodyguard to a rich heir Ahn Min-hyuk (Park Hyung-sik), the CEO of a gaming company, Ainsoft. Contrary to Guk-doo, Min-hyuk is an odd man who is playful, a little spoiled, has no regard for rules, and dislikes policemen. He has recently received anonymous threats, blackmails, and has even been stalked at an occasion. Read More




The Liebster Award, The Entertainer Blogger Award, The Unique Blogger Award & More! // five awards in one post because i’m behind

You probably woke up, made yourself a cup of coffee (or tea – i won’t judge your choice of morning beverage), logged onto your computer and decided to click on this post in your inbox for some light reading – joke’s on you because this post isn’t going to be short at all. Also, since I’m doing so many awards in one post, I won’t be tagging anyone due to laziness and not wanting to make this post any longer than it needs to be.

Anyway, let’s get this post started! Read More




My Favorite K-Pop Music Videos // y’all better not be bored of these posts cause this was my favorite to write

One of my favorite parts of K-Pop would have to be the music videos. Whether it be the complex ones that fans have millions of theories for or just wonderful choreography or visuals or a mix of all of the above, I always love them. There’s something about K-Pop music videos that always reels me in and has me coming back for more. Read More