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.
They. Are. Finally. Together!!!
One of the best episodes thus far! Whatever you want – a heartbreaking secret, jealousy, tears and cuteness overload – we have it.
My new go-to show and it’s not disappointing me!
Yay! So I’ve finally decided that I shall watch Gloomy Salad Days for Aaron Yan. First impression? This is a drama that’s really not bad. Not bad at all! Okay, however, it’s really down and depressing, so if you’re those who seek a fun rom-com, this is totally not it. According to Wikipedia, these are all true real life social cases, and I admit, it does get me a little down to know that there’re so many thoughts of death in teens. I mean, in a drama where it revolves around Death, just how un-gloomy can it get right? I think that the first 3 episodes have made a very good impression on me, because they found actors and actresses that can act, and who can convey the idea of hopelessness, desperation and grief quite well. They are so good, that it almost (stress:almost) didn’t matter that I probably only caught like one minute of Aaron Yan in total in these three episodes. First scene of Aaron Yan: my favourite screenshot, for some reason:P In …