We Got Married: Global Edition Season 2


I loved the first season of the Global Edition so much that I went searching and watched then entire first season of We Got Married, the original show. It was a ridiculous number of episodes with approximately ten different couples that they followed. If anyone knows where to watch the full episodes of WGM seasons 2, 3, & 4 let me know!

So it probably comes as no surprise that I was extremely excited to watch WGM Global Edition Season 2. So much so that I couldn’t even wait and watched each episode as it aired.  Even though after live watching two shows at a time before my sabbatical I’d vowed not to live watch a series ever again, it is quite exhausting.


Noona’s New Groove


I came back raring to go!  Indeed I jumped right in and started recapping episodes of My Queen, a drama that I loved so very-very much.  However, I bit off way more than I could chew.  After four episodes I found that I couldn’t continue, I’d forgotten just how difficult recapping an episode could be. Then my five year old son needed to have a surgery. It was an out patient procedure which ee had known he would need for some time, but he fell and compounded the issue. Thus we had to schedule an immediate surgery to repair the damage as well as the new injury.


My Queen: Ep 3 & 4


This Episode Review Contains Spoilers in the Form of Fangirl Squees.

Lucas and Wu Shuang set out to meet the mistress who was once Wu Shuang’s teacher. It is pointed out by her co-workers and boss how callous this is, though it falls into line with what we know of her character thus far. She sees only the story, not the fallout of what will happen when the story is published. Wu Shuang doesn’t consider the politician’s wife and son or the mistress and daughter, they are an acceptable loss when compared with getting her story. She and Lucas trick her former teacher into giving them information and record it even though they said they wouldn’t. This doesn’t sit well with Lucas, though Wu Shuang ignores his protests.


Noona Killer – Ethan Ruan

The first time that I saw Ethan Ruan was in “Fated to Love You.”  I have never cried as much watching a drama as I cried watching that one.  Even though I needed to take a break from the emotional roller coaster, I was completely enamored by Ethan Ruan.

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My Queen: Ep 1 & 2



This Episode Review Contains Spoilers in the Form of Fangirl Squees.

It has been ages since I have watched a drama of any sort.  Let me tell you, I have missed it greatly.  Once I was well enough to sit and watch a show then I was faced with the exceptionally difficult question of what to watch.  My lovely and amazing drama blogsphere friends offered some excellent suggestions, one of which was Witch’s Romance (thank you Drama Fan!)  I very much want to watch that show, however, the Taiwanese version has been on my watch list for ages.  So I thought I’d start there, and since I’m such a humongous fan of Noona Romances, it just seemed to fit perfectly.


Comeback Tour: Opening Number

I’m at the start of my Comeback Tour, and falling in love with dramaland all over again. To kick off my return to being healthy and cognizant enough to watch dramas I started with some Running Man. The episode where they used “You Who Came From the Stars” as their theme had me rolling on the floor! After that I watched a few episodes of “We Got Married Global Edition 2” I so love that show, it is just about as good as the first season. With a few variety/reality shows under my belt I was ready to dive into my first drama in months. I picked “My Queen.” Hopefully I’ll be completing my review of it soon! However, it reminded me of why I love the Noona Romance so much.

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Comeback Tour

I just wanted to makes a giant apology to all those who have made this blog as successful as it is.  I am very sorry that I’ve fallen off the edge of the earth.  A few months prior to my disappearance I punctured the bursa sack of my hip.  I was undergoing some intensive physical therapy in hopes of avoiding surgery.  When the decision was made that surgery was my only option is about when I took a fairly sudden leave of absence from the blogsphere.

During an MRI before surgery a lump was discovered.  It turned out to be a cancerous tumor.  It was removed, the surgery was done to repair my hip, and then I went through radiation to be sure that the cancer did not return.  I’ve been so exhausted and lackluster that even minor tasks have been difficult.  However, I am on the road to recovery and hope to be around the blogsphere much more often.  Thank you again for your patience while I work to get better!


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