Just started my official night shift and it’s so weird on the body. I’m usually a night owl but after working the night hours, I just slumped right into bed without brushing my teeth!! (I did floss.) Lol.
Hello Everyone! Long time no see~~ I am back after being in hiding for a few months haha. I hope everyone hasn’t forgotten me already… 😀
Anyways, I decided to hit up Taiwanese drama: The Perfect Match, and do a series summary >.< This drama took extremely long to air, and finally finished airing on July 28th. The series was originally intended to have only 16, but for some reason was extended to 22.
Oh yay! Another sports drama. After dipping his toes in fantasy drama with Fighter of the Destiny, Lu Han returns shortly after in his first modern drama starring alongside Guan Xiao Tong to deliver out some righteous punches in Sweet Combat (甜蜜暴击). Lu Han plays a positive young man who grew up without his parents and shoulders the responsibility of raising his two younger siblings. To protect them from bullying, he learns how to fight and soon finds himself gathered around a like-minded group of youths. Awww, siblings love gets me right in *here*
What a roller coaster ride. My emotions went through the wringer, ya’ll. Though there were many, many tears, the whole episode represents the hopeful side of acceptance. Accepting the fact that there are things we can and cannot control, can and cannot have, and coming out as a better person.
Did I say I Love ♥♥Chen Che♥♥? His name should be spoken with hearts!!
Dangit, the men in the Chen’s household have so much self-control to throw a punch! In this sense, I would’ve loved to see Ya Juan’s mom’s reaction to the whole situation since she inadvertently facilitated Zhong En’s candle of hope.