Our episode 7 recap is here! This is me fulfilling my promise that I’ll finish as many recaps as I could. Hope you got to read the previous ones. Just scroll down in our page to find them! Let’s start with this episode, shall we?
This episode wasn’t as fun as the previous one. Nothing much was screencap-worthy but I know we still had some good things in this episode 😉
Probably my favorite episode yet (considering that I have yet to watch the next episodes). Relive the funny and adorable moments of the 5th episode of “The Perfect Match” with me!
I’ve been having lovely and relaxing long weekends that I have neglected my recapping duties… What happened to catching up on all my blogging backlogs lol oh well,
This man will always be amazing no matter what role he plays. See more of him below!
It takes someone special to be able to procrastinate from writing a belated birthday post (Yes, SkimmedMilkDrama celebrated our 2nd birthday on 16 April!) into giving a general drama/blog update.
Apologies for not being faithful to my recapping schedule. As of writing, “The Perfect Match” is already on its 5th episode on Viki. I must really catch up now!
Let’s try another serving of Episode 3 in this recap, shall we?
It’s getting harder and harder to keep up writing episode recaps even if this drama is just once a week but I’ll manage. Jia you!
For the second episode, we could see that both Ting En and Wei Qing have interconnected lives and I don’t think it’s going to change soon. This can only mean one thing, more excitement and flavors to taste in this culinary drama!
Hmmm… I smell that something good is cooking! And it’s none other than a Taiwanese drama being deliciously concocted with perfect eye candy leads in Wu Kang Ren (as Ting En) & Ivy Shao (as Wei Qing) in “The Perfect Match”.
Title: The Perfect Match
Native Title: 極品絕配
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Airing Date: March 3, 2017 – July 14, 2017
Episode Count: 18
Hope you can join me and my recapping journey with SETTV’s latest yummy offering! Continue reading
I know, I know. This has long been overdue but I still think that I owe everyone this year-ender post. I was out of the country from December to January and there was no time for me to blog at all. I even got to meet my blogging partner Kate over the holidays! It was so much fun, I wish I could blog about it 😀
Anyway, let’s get started on this post as it is one of my favorite things to write about — a year-end drama round-up! I made one for 2015 which you can see here just in case you still want to read it. In this post, I wrote some brief reviews about all the dramas that I watched in 2016. So this doesn’t necessarily mean that the dramas were all made in 2016 as the title of this post may have suggested.
I first started watching dramas back when I was 8 years old because “Meteor Garden” was such a phenomenon. Up to now, I only know one person who never got into the hype and we all still jokingly judge her because of it haha! I watched K-dramas in the same local channel that aired Meteor Garden years after. My love for Asian dramas eventually died and I went on to watch Western shows and I never imagined myself re-entering Dramaland. Not until the local channel that decided to air “Meteor Garden” two years ago and voila! This is already my third year of watching dramas. Good times, good times.
When I wrote my 2015 Year-End Drama Round-Up (part 1 & part 2), some dramas that I’ve watched already were being recommended. It was then that I realized that I never wrote about it here that’s why they were probably suggesting it. With that, I wrote about the dramas that I watched in my first year of fully getting into this wonderful world called dramaland. A lot of the dramas mentioned are very special in my heart and if only I could have all the time and willpower to write individual reviews on them, I would but the mini-reviews that you will be reading should suffice for now.