There’s no to die for abs nor is he the eye candy idol type. But he IS handsome, the quiet type of handsome, with an air that oozes the perfect trifecta of confidence, intrigue and intelligence.
Hello there! Sorry for the extended absence. I’ve switched to watching mostly cdramas lately. The few kdramas that I started left me slightly underwhelmed despite its charming male leads. I will be back (hopefully before July wraps up) to share a few of my thoughts on the following shows:
kdramas: Man to Man, Secret Romance, Suspicious Partners
cdramas: Ode to Joy 2, Rush to the Dead of Summer
Gotta say K-dramas and C-dramas are very good at casting child actors in roles that melt your hearts and bring out those “Awww” moments from viewers.
So here are 6 child actors that have warmed our hearts and brought us teary-eyed, gushing unforgettable performances.
Ode to Joy
I was nonchalant about this drama when it first aired even when there was so much hype around it. My mom was watching it over the summer of 2016 and she was hooked. I finally picked it up over the winter break when I had plenty of free time to kill.
A slice of life drama about five women of different backgrounds and age group but ultimately it is about the friendships, girl-power and sorority which won me over.
Just like that.
Another winter is here and a brand new year is upon us. And that means hundreds of hours spent drama gazing, weeping, laughing, cherishing but also sometimes eye-rolling, chastising, and growling.
In total, I watched 13 full-length 2016 dramas this year: 2 Chinese, 1 Taiwanese, 1 Chinese/Korean collaboration and 9 Korean. Ah. So — kdramas still reign supreme.
As a whole, none in my 2016 trough made it to the holy grail of my masterpiece mount but a few got pretty darn close.
So, here’s an alphabetical run-down on my 2016 finds.