Excuse me while I scream on how perfect "Something In The Rain" has been thus far. No, I'm not apologetic for recommending it to all of my friends. It's that good.
I do love watching movies and tv shows (Netflix has been my favorite past time) but it has been awhile since I found anything that I'd literally count my days to it and would stay up regardless knowing that I have to get up early the next morning. (What is a TV again?) And I think that has gotta be something with how relatable the story is. It's so ordinary yet so well-told. The details placed in its cinematography, props (repeat outfit, messy bun so on point) and most importantly, acting have got me squealing every other minute. Highlighting on the moments that make life worth living, love. And if you ask me which Korean TV show I'd actually recommend- I'd say something in the rain is the actual love story you get living in everyday Korean society. The real deal. Perhaps not everyone is as pretty as Son Ye Jin and as handsome as Jung Hae In- let's get the facts straight. And even if you don't live in Korea, love transcends any sorts of boundaries. It's something anyone can relate to regardless where you're from.
Sometimes it's too real it hurts, but it's definitely a breath of fresh air to have something so close to home. Something you'd actually see around you. Thanks to Yejin 언니 I'm definitely less embarrassed to admit that I am one of those girls who'd turn on the music loud enough when no one is watching and dance to it. Who needs a club anyway?
It's still cold here in Seoul but spring has definitely sprung in most of our hearts due to this.