Been a long time since I post something on my blog. How’re you people? Vacation’s almost over here in the Philippines. Enjoy every single bit of it :)
DREAM HIGH SEASON 1.
So I decided to make a review of this, because I think this is the 4th Koreanovela that got me hooked up. I love Kdramas. I watch a lot of them. But there are only few that got me addicted, even to the point of obsession. Like, thinking about it before and after sleeping, making a fanfic, searching for it all over the net, and things like those.
I am already finished with DH, but still can’t get over with it. I am not satisfied with the ending! Really. At first I was a Hye Mi-Jin Gook shipper. However, after the last few episodes I changed sides. He he he :3 Sorry. But Sam Dong’s just to good to be rejected. Like what I’ve said I was not satisfied. They left an open ending, with us to think about how the story would end. And instead of being happy at the end, I felt sad. Seeing how Sam Dong never really wanted to leave Hye Mi’s side and how he looked at the Grammy’s. You could see his face, yearning to be with Hye Mi again. It just breaks my heart </3
And I know deep within me that his success would be sweeter if Hye Mi’s there by his side, sharing their victory together. Right?
So I just made my own ending. Ha ha ha! Wherein they had a reunion, and Hye Mi and Sam Dong are together again. Yay.
All in all, this Korean Drama is one of the best. It’s not just a TV show to make us laugh, but it teaches us lessons. Lots of lessons. How to dream and achieve it. Friendship. Love. Looks that don’t matter. Almost everything for teenagers nowadays.
If you haven’t watched this yet, I recommend this for you to watch. You won’t regret it!
PS* I still think that Jason and Pil Sook are the cutest.
We’ve had a blast for the last day of this school year. And I can say that every sacrifices for this whole semester is worth it. I can finally enjoy my bed and my laptop without worrying about grades. Summer classes? Screw them! I’ve got these 2 months all on my own.
(c) Ervin Benok