The Fangirls Dissect the First 3 Minutes of Golden Eyes

So… this is kind of a random post that will give you a glimpse into our conversations (that we have daily) on various dramas. This time we are discussing all the Lay filled moments found in the first 3 minutes of TheGolden Eyes. Consider it our impressions before an actual first impression.

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Reassessing Romance is a Bonus Book

Sometimes the Fangirls have differing opinions about a drama. There are times we have hive-mind-like thoughts about a show, but then there are some dramas  that appeal to one or two of us, but not the rest. That’s not a bad thing at all. We are all different and find value and meaning in a variety of experiences and dramas.  This is certainly the case with Romance is a Bonus Book. Read on to hear why Kdrama Jen kept watching.

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Kmuse’s Musings: Why I Won’t Continue Watching The Item

Sometimes a drama comes along that looks like it is something you would really enjoy watching. It has a sci-fi concept and a great leading man. Sure, the leading lady might annoy you with her very existence. But…for a good story, that isn’t going to stop you from watching. But then you start the show and everything is just…off. Which, in turn, requires you to share your thoughts on what you just watched. And that is how this post came to fruition. So sit back (or avoid if you actually enjoyed the first two episodes) as I share my unfiltered thoughts about The Item.

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First Impressions & Unfiltered Thoughts: Romance Is A Bonus Book

Netflix has begun airing the highly anticipated Lee Jong Suk drama, Romance Is A Bonus Book.  Since Lee Jong Suk will be beginning his military service soon, it’s time to start preparing for his absence.  Read on to see if the Fangirls think this drama will carry us through until his return or if we will be sticking to repeat viewings of our Lee Jong Suk favorites.

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First Impressions & Somewhat Filtered Thoughts: Touch Your Heart

Maybe you loved them in Goblin and wept buckets of tears when Reaper and his lady love had to postpone their happy ending. But whether or not you saw Yoo In Na and Lee Dong Wook’s first go round as a drama couple, you may like this second revolution even more – if rom coms and airy laughs are your thing. If you’re looking for angst, this ain’t the drama for you. At least not yet.

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