How long has it been since we have been hooked by a Taiwanese drama? Let me highlight that it’s not just a Taiwanese drama, but a non-idol Taiwanese drama. It was presented as a drama about cheating, betrayal, and sexual desires but this drama is more than what meets the eye.
As an avid drama-watcher and blogger for five years, I was just in complete denial that I was experiencing this so-called “drama slump” for months. Then came “Before We Get Married” and to say that I have become alive again in drama land is just an understatement.
I wrote this article for it to be a venue for my thoughts on the drama but most especially, for everyone watching it to share their sentiments here! I have been reading many people who wanted to talk about the drama but have not really found people to have that kind of discussion with.
So I hope this post can help!
Let it be known that I am not Didi’s biggest fan (but yes, I lovingly call him that nickname). Heck, I’m not even a big fan. So why should you read this fangirl diary of mine if that’s the case, right?
Read more to find out if his fun meet was actually hmmm well, fun?
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Yes, I came to see him again! I swear I’m not obsessed 😉 Read more about my whirlwind weekend in Taipei here!
*All photos were taken by the author
Fresh from seeing my favorite man in Taipei has made me realize that I was never able to share my first meeting with him last October! I have written everything about this momentous time of my fangirling life on Twitter but I have more thoughts shared if you want to read more!
Bonus content: Answered some FAQs!
I really enjoyed this film a lot as well. I had zero expectations going into the film and it brought me so much laughter. In fact, I watched this in a cinema on a weekend and there were less than ten people in the theatre. I was pretty convinced it would be bad… but I ended up loving it. The key to enjoying this movie is to not take it too seriously and you will find that it does bring you a lot of joy 🙂
Xiao Jin is a 20 year old delinquent high schooler who gets a call from his grandparents and returns to the old family spa hotel with his friends, Lu Qun and Little Princess, only to find out that the hotel is haunted.
Taiwan seems to be on a roll for “youth films” with films like Boyfriend, Girlfriend, You’re The Apple of My Eye and Our Times that every time I see a “youth movie” from Taiwan I’m almost tempted to lap it up. Of course, I’ve experienced many, MANY disappointments where I cringed at another dumb slapstick classroom humour and shallow characters dangling their legs as while looking out into the far off horizon.
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Sounds really relatable…. Adding this as my next plan-to-watch!
Native Title: 귀신데렐라
Also Known As: Gwishinderella
Genres: Comedy, Romance, Supernatural
Tags: Ghost-seeing Female Lead, Web Series, Ghost
Country: South Korea
Aired: Feb 14, 2019 – ?
Aired On: Thursday
Duration: 10 min.
Ghostderella” is a supernatural romance about Min Ah, a girl who confined herself to her room after gaining the ability to see ghosts when she was 18 years old, and the chaotic events that occur as a strange male ghost begins to follow her. The web drama format, which is popular among teenagers, will add fantasy materials and differentiate itself from previous dramas. It is also expected to comfort those who are feeling lonely and portray the reality of people in their 20s.
My thoughts and ratings (for ep 1-2)
I was looking for new and upcoming dramas when I came across this drama page on mydramalist. I…
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