A rose to brighten your weekend.
Anyone else watching K-Dramas (Korean TV series)? I’ve been surprised by how entertaining they are. The acting is very good and the music really draws you in. Be prepared to laugh, cry and swoon because they are called melodramas for a reason. There’s usually a childhood trauma for one of the main characters and the two leads break up more than once. Kind of a roller coaster, but a great escape from the pandemic. I recommend starting with Crash Landing on You, which is on Netflix. The subplots are kind of strange, but the love story is topnotch. They’re in Korean, but have English subtitles.
Great weekend, everyone….
What a glorious rose! We have no cable or WiFi out here, so probably can’t see this program but it sounds like a good one.
Not sure I could survive without cable or WiFi, Susan. 🙂
“A rose to brighten your weekend.” Yes (well done, especially the blend of colors), and a rare opportunity to quote Bertrand Russell: “An idealist is one who, on noticing that a rose smells better than a cabbage, concludes that it makes a better soup.”
Such a lovely rose. I have never watched a Korean Drama but I’ve seen Crash Landing on You recommended on a list with TV series that are watched around the world. It did sound good.
It’s very entertaining, Caroline. The lead actress, Son Ye-jin, is kind of like a Korean Audrey Hepburn.
That’s high praise. I’ll be watching it soon.
Cool. Just ignore the subplots.