As many of our fans know, I’m a full-time student so my drama time is limited during the school year. Because I’ve had to be very selective, I’ve started and dropped several dramas these past few months. I’m trying to decide what to catch up on, and my choices are The Last Empress,or Touch Your Heart.
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.
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.
I’ve been on a bit of a drama-hiatus (suffering from major withdrawals, actually), as my family underwent the upheaval of an international move. Now that I’m finaly getting settled down, I’m SO ready to dive into some of the new dramas coming our way this month! I just saw the most recent teaser for Romance Is A Bonus Book and my first thought was— What could be better than a drama about books and romance starring one of my top 10 actors, Lee Jong Suk? Answer: Absolutely nothing!