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She said this. He said that.

She asked, he answered.

She started the argument, he apologized.

I love the fact how we fight and make up; as we get stronger, we realize the shouldnts needed in our relationship. We may cry, we may argue, but it only left us tight as we hold on to the forever we both wanted to be. 

Loving like a Korean drama does

Just like a Korean drama, it took me time before I get to know you, to like you and eventually fall for you. It is not as fast as a meteor falling from the sky or how rain is pouring from the clouds, everything happens slowly unsure what the ending could be.

The first chapter in any Korean drama kicks off introducing its chracters… while we are not introduced formally, I still remember that first time I had a gaze on someone like you. It was a critical moment to decide if a Korean drama is worth watching or not. So many questions arise, about letting the show play or should I pause and take a break or stop and put an end into it. Back at that time, my hormones are so mad. How could someone like you be so arrogant and act like you’re so smart? Upon thinking now, that is the best beginning Korean drama can ever have, a love story that started from a hate relationship. Cliched as it may seem, any Korean drama starts with that, the story about becoming enemies, when two people does not even know each other yet.

As the series of chapters succeeded, moment will come when the viewer gets to say, I didn’t waste my first 1 hour watching on this show. The story is getting entertaining, you eventually make me laugh with annoyance, swear with full emotions, shout in a high note, chat with most honesty. I slowly realized, you’re not as bad as what I thought; like how each chapter in a Korean drama blossoms, our story unveils from strangers, to being friends, from you falling for me, to me resisting it then eventually starting to reciprocate it.

The highlights of each chapter in the Korean drama is what we savour and reminisce. If they have their high ratings, we have our own climax that we both liked wherein we take note of the dates that it happened and the place it took place. We also celebrate our own successes and support each endeavours, allowing ourselves to fly and be the best that we can be. The same way, how an actress in Korean drama gets advertisements while the actor becomes a movie actor. We aim the best of us and maintain our individuality while being one in this Korean drama plot called life.

The only difference is the case that our story is long, unsure and realistic where everything is in a script not made by anyone but God. There are no staffs nor cameramen, other than our director who is God, who decided that you will be my leading man and I will be yours. This will surely be more than 100 hundred episodes but my hope is so high that in the end, it will be you and I kissing inside His home wearing a ring from you and making our vows to love each other forever. For sure, that may not be how this story will end, we will surely be a supporting character to our kids’ story and to their own kids as well, but the fact is that we are as one in the end, our story will be the best Korean drama ever written. (Even we are not Koreans^^)

8 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Fall In Love (And 1 Reason Why You Should)

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You know those times when you just got your heart broken, and you’re thinking, “I should’ve known, I really should’ve known”? Well, I say, yes, you really should have, but there’s nothing you can do about it now, except take a little time off wallowing and then get your ass off that couch and your guard back up. So I’ve decided to help by preparing a list of situations in which falling in love would only result in heartbreak, to help you avoid repeating the same mistake.

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1. Don’t fall in love in a relationship that started off with lust

This is the kind of love story that has graced both the big screen and the small screen many, many times and it had fooled a great many of us into thinking that we, too, could fall in love with a one-night stand. But it’s different…

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The story of my Valentines day!

Teeheehee! Valentines day is the day of love and romance, wherein it does not simply require a celebration with an opposite sex/boyfriend/girlfriend. This is the day to celebrate love and appreciate simple things on a special day. The idea to celebrate something that can be celebrated any day of any month in a year is simply funny, but what important is to let someone you love know how important he/she is.

My Valentines day is a stress free day on a stressful week. I had tons of exams that week from Monday to Thursday and celebrating this celebration on a Valentines day is a huge bonus. I had to go to my 50 minute-class that day and shop a paper bag for my Valentine gift. He then picked me up at home around 4ish, when he should have picked me up at 3:30pm. I was really mad that he is wasting time… he even cleaned his car [seriously] and stopped for a walk on a mall because of an errand, when we should be dating that day. I am pissed inside, but I try not to mess my mood because it was a very special day. He then parked the car, pretending not to know where we are supposed to go.

To my surprise, everything was a set-up… he was actually killing time because he made a reservation around 5:30pm at East Side Mario’s and tricked me the whole time.

Our day ended when he gave me red roses and a big bear, which I vocally suggested him to give me. We went to his house and watched Baby and Me, a Korean drama that he surprisingly liked. After the movie, we head straight to my place, bid a goodbye kiss and ended our Valentines playing League of Legends,  the game I dislike the most.

That day, I feel like we are as one as we both go to the different worlds we are at. It was really romantic and memorable celebrating our Valentines day with the surprises he made while we are slowly moving out of our opposites box.

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sanctuaryIn the tight situations I may ever have, and with each sunrise and sunset that passes by me. You’re the place I could call SANCTUARY.