A simple, yet important and chilling episode!! I’m so hooked!
I think my prayers have been answered somewhat!
Yeah I finally finished this drama after 2 years HAHAHA
I thought it was a pretty realistic episode, and the past few episodes have been building up to this, but that doesn’t make me any less annoyed.
This is my favourite episode thus far!!
Okay phew, still a pretty mild episode with slightly more tension and suspense, but we aint getting the Tae-Ho craziness until next week!
Now who is going to help me fill my Gobin and Mermaid void?
I just wanted to write a quick one on how I felt about this finale.
I’m saying the same thing so many things that it’s becoming a drill – exciting and yet frustrating episode.
I just love this show so much!
Because I am the Dark One. I am so acutely aware of the fact that I have not posted in AGES OMG, so this is a post to tell you guys that I am alive and well. I am free! However, I spent the last week preoccupied with some real life commitment as well as catching up with Once Upon A Time Season 5, which I think is an improvement from the Frozen Arc. Come to think of it, I’m not quite sure what’s the relevance of the Frozen Arc. At least this Arthur thing has something to do with the backstory. Please please recommend me any good Korean dramas that are ongoing! <3thoughtsramble
This drama would not have been successful without Ji Sung's wonderful, wonderful acting. He created 7 different personas all by himself, and these personalities were all SO distinct, that they might as well have been 7 characters. I teared so much when Perry Park left, and then when Yo Na left too…and then Se Gi. What kind of soccery drama is this that makes me tear THREE times over what is basically THE SAME GUY? Ji Sung, you have won me over once again. It's such a unique concept, but the drama has carried it off perfectly. I don't think I can describe this feeling of weirdness hahaha, that I miss all these personalities and I wish I could see them again, but I know they have to disappear in order for Do Hyun and Ri Jin to lead a good life. It's like watching my favourite three characters die, you know?? Anyway, I'm feeling this temptation to watch Save Your Last Dance For Me all over again – it's the drama where Ji Sung …
Yes, this drama is living true to its name – lots and lots of blood. You know what this means? IT'S NOT A GOOD IDEA TO WATCH THIS WHILE YOU ARE EATING. <3thoughtsramble
Recently I’ve decided on a few exciting things (okay it’s exciting for me at least HAHA) so here’s the first one! I’m going to be more active on twitter now – it used to be just a place that updates itself whenever I make a new post on Livejournal but now I really want to make it a place where I can interact with you guys on a closer and more intimate basis. It makes me so happy whenever I see someone retweeting my recaps(: Here’s my account: @thoughtsramble Come and follow me!! <3thoughtsramble
I'm really loving the theme song from Kill Me, Heal Me — Auditory Hallucination by Jang Jae In Feat. NaShow is what Youtube tells me. Go and have a listen to it! I'm liking this drama quite a bit – I don't love it ENOUGH such that I will suffer disastrous drama blues (as we recall from the aftermath of Healer) but I like it enough to be vested in the show. I was a bit bored with the emotional bits in the past few episodes, but I totally LOVE Ji Sung's acting. He brought so many characters to life, and I can say for sure that my favourite bits of the drama involve the parts where Ji Sung's 6 personalities all come out and confuse the rest. It's hilarious. Perry Park, you amuse me so. much. <3thoughtsramble
I thought Kill Me Heal Me was gonna be bad, but I hung on because I've seen some really interesting GIFs and I'm too interested in Ji Sung to give up on the show. I'M GLAD I DIDN'T! Will talk more about this once I've finished marathoning the existing episodes:D <3thoughtsramble
Anyway, as you guys would have known, I've finished Healer just yesterday and am dying from drama blues. I was just thinking about my little nice cozy thoughtsramble where I meet great readers (shoutout to @usisblog for recommending Healer) and have long conversations with some of them. Sometimes, I stumble upon my old comments and I suddenly remember the constant presence of a certain reader at that certain period of time. If you guys are still reading, know that you will always have a special place in my heart, even though all I know is your username/letter of your name. I have no idea why, but I suddenly felt like writing a really long and heartfelt post, which I've not done in ages. For the past few days, I'm in this reminiscing mood and I cannot convey to you guys how much this website means to me. I'm always careful not to reveal too much of my personal information, which is why I don't have a self-introduction of my name and where I come from. …
I thought this scene was hilarious *chuckle to myself* Young Shin defended herself against one of the bad guys, which turned out to be Jung Hoo. He was all like hey watch where you hit. He proceeded to take down all the bad guys, while introducing himself to Young Shin's dad, "I'm Seo Jung Hoo" sorry for not telling you my name earlier etc. Dad and Uncle gaped at his fighting skills. Adorably, Jung Hoo will warn Young Shin everytime he's about to kick someone in the ass – "Are you watching?" "I'm closing my eyes" "Okay" And bam, the bad guy goes down. Gape gape gape HAHA. Failing to summarise the story in an understandable manner, Young Shin stepped in to provide an elaboration, and all this guy can do is to nod and echo the last word of every sentence HAHAHA. Why are you so adorable?? When the whole thing is over, he hugged Young Shin and said out loud that it would only be for five seconds. Uncle stopped Dad from rushing …
I finished the drama. It. Was. Awesome??? Needless to say I love every single bit of it – the idea is a bit similar to City Hunter, but I love this even more because of the added rom-com (just the scene of Jung Ho introducing himself to Young Sin's father took like 10 screenshots). Just stab me now I don't know what to do with my life anymore. Okay kidding. But those of you who know how drama blues feel like, IM GOING THROUGH IT RIGHT NOW (albeit belatedly, after everyone else has already finished the drama). I will be posting one last post on this tomorrow, after I've edited the screenshots. Drama blues are painful. I miss Seo Jung Ho's smiley eyes already. <3thoughtsramble
Eternal Love in Healer's OST is sung by Michael Learns to Rock. I am MIND. BLOWN. I have no idea why but it's just so surprising hahaha. I'm not a devoted fan of theirs, which is why I didn't recognise their voices at all. But it's just cool to hear a famous English band's song in a Korean drama(: <3thoughtsramble
you really can't blame me when the couple is so adorable??? I think it's quite amazing how Park Min Young had such great chemistry with Lee Min Ho in City Hunter, and now with Ji Chang Wook. I kid you not, I watched the below scene like 4 times. -just squeal and say aww with me- <3thoughtsramble
I was SO busy over the past week that there wasn’t even enough time to sleep…but you know you are truly addicted to a show when you itch to go back to the latest episode you’ve just watched even though you know you shouldn’t! (Hahaha yes I’m talking about Healer.) And I’m so happy to return to 2 episodes yesterday night and now I’m itching for more of it already. What a pity this drama is already over!! I would have loved to recap some episodes hahahah. <3thoughtsramble
This is not good – I sense myself getting addicted to Healer, and always wanting to load the next episode. It's awful, considering the fact that I have deadlines to meet just in a few days and I'm not anywhere near done. Healer, why do you do this to me! <3thoughtsramble
AAH I love this scene hehe. <3thoughtsramble
A reader recently recommended Healer and I think I'm hooked after 4 episodes!:DDD I love Park Min Young ever since she acted in City Hunter. While I haven't watched the guy before, his good looks and the drama plot are enough to draw me in hehe. I wish that my internet connection stops screwing up – it took me a week to get through 4 episodes, which is really, really slow for me. Also, I read theories that the reveal on who A is will be coming in Season 6 Episode 12!! Is anyone excited?? I have been waiting for this for YEARS. HAHA. <3thoughtsramble
Hello everybody, It has been a long time since I've written here…about 2 weeks? I wanted to write a review for Pinocchio Episode 20, but I watched it really late at night and promptly fell asleep after that. I'm sure everyone knew it was a good show and loved the ending so there's nothing much to say heh. I just have to say though, that I liked it that the Evil mother didn't really repent at the end of it – that's reality for you. I've also not been up to date with any dramas other than Pretty Little Liars. I guess it's really easy for me to just keep going with this show because it's one episode a week, and there's not too much fuss about it. It's like a constant sustenance, or a cheer-up, in my daily life, but it won't give me drama blues after 2 months (since we still have 2 seasons to go!). On the other hand, I'm always so attached to the kdramas and twdramas I watch, and it's …
I just watched this episode with subs and IT'S AMAZING. I don't have the time to do a recap unfortunately, but I think it's an episode that you guys shouldn't be reading recaps in substitution of the episode itself. A few things happened: Having a good relationship with Chairman for the past decade can be used as a tool. As investigation on the defamation suit opens, Manager Sung and Cap Kim accurately guess what the moves of the Chairman would be. YGN news, because of its swift reporting, manage to stop Chairman from pretending to be overseas when she's in Korea, from shifting the focus to a celebrity (Yu Rae has a funny OPPA I WILL CLEAR YOUR NAME moment), and from bribing Chan Soo. Chan Soo promises not to give into the settlement, but he does waver and would have if not for Nosy Jang's timely arrival. Yu Rae jokingly asks Cap Hwang to come along for Chan Soo's housewarming party and Capt agrees, much to everyone's bewilderment. Cap Hwang is getting more obsessed with Yu Rae. HAHA. …
Ahh I'm not going to recap Episode 16 because of a lack of time, but it was such a great episode – I love the big climax and the little conflicts, and the little bits of cuteness. Now, on to Episode 17.
I'm loving this episode (and hopefully can get the chance to recap the rest of the episodes till this drama ends). I checked the ratings of this drama a while ago and was puzzled to see the low ratings – this is one of the best dramas I've watched in 2014, with a solid plot and good acting. However, I'm beginning to see that it's starting to pick up its fanbase, and people around me are getting super into this drama too which is a GREAT thing.