Thursday, 5 April 2012

Distraction

If you noticed, I haven't been maniacally updating my two blogs regularly lately. I usually wouldn't let either one un-updated more than two days!

The two main reasons for my distraction aren't so much work related (I think I am more prolific when I'm busy because I need a way to de-stress and that's by writing nonsense) but these:
As with all the Korean dramas that I've  been obsessed with in the past, I don't only watch this drama; titled Rooftop Prince obsessively, I also read the episodes recaps over and over. Thank you to Dramabeans for the recaps!

I don't know what it is, but "sageuk" rom-com dramas are my absolute favourite! Cute guys with absolutely "jjang" body doesn't hurt either. Heh
Then, I got a bit side-tracked from watching Rooftop Prince over and over because I have these two books to read. Got it secondhand, from a friend of Jamie's.

Don't know when things will be back to normal. Soon, I hope. Now shoo. I need to be distracted some more.

29 comments:

  1. So ... I'm not allowed to distract you with a comment? I'll leave you in peace. Soon I'll be reading my own book (wonder what it could be?) and going shoo! ^^

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    1. But for you, my dear Jungle Woman I will allow exemption. After all, you digged for long-lost story about a bridge for me! ^^

      I thought you are always distracted with books? No? ;p

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    2. Yes, but ... some books are about funky words, so they're extra distracting! ^^

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    3. Books with funky words coming!!!!!

      Hope it'll arrive safely.

      I don't trust our esteemed Pos Malaysia much. :(

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  2. That is Korean drama? At one glance, I thought it was Chinese drama. Their costumes are quite similar to those China Dynasty.

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    1. Well, they do have similarities and differences.

      They are neighbours after all. "Hanja" the written language is also borrowed and adapted from "Hanzi".

      Confucius' philosophy is also followed Koreans.

      So, no surprise if there are similarities, right? :)

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    2. p.s. can't even understand what I typed, now that I re-read the comment above. It's a case, brain work faster than fingers able to accomodate. kakaka

      I mean to say that China & Korean have similarities since they are neighbours. Also, since the Chinese dynasty was looked up by the Korean dynasty of yesteryears, it is inevitable things look similar, right?

      But I always find it interesting that, despite the two forces that influenced Korea (China & Japan), their food is amazingly different. Don't you agree? ^^

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  3. I know why you are obsessed with the drama, I would be, too, blame it to the handsome actors. They look so smart in that traditional wear.

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    1. Korean men in modern wear also nice to look at.

      I do so love men in suits too!!!!

      Pity cannot make my hubby wear suits. hu~

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  4. I don't watch K-drama or J-drama.... scare would get addicted, fantasized (about the guys) and my mind stuck in their world :p

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    1. Wah, like that serious, you better stay away then! LOL

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  5. Rooftop Prince, eh? Must the the prince is suave that got you hooked on. Hehehehe...

    Anyhow, you still report to SK0617 very early and in time every morning. Thought I could grab #1 today T_T

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    1. I really like Yoochun.

      He used to be in Dongbangshinki/Tohoshinki/TVXQ group (depending whether you use the Korean/Japanese/Int band name) then it split and now he's in JYJ.

      I love his voice!!!

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  6. hahaha, so obsessed with K-drama and K-pop lah this gadis!!

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    1. Pity still cannot learn Korean properly. I started, learnt to read a bit then got distracted. Never follow up after that. huhuhu

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  7. so now there's no daily updates but bi-daily updates?? hehehe, good also, we can relax a bit also lah, haha!!

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    1. If only we can get the same reprieve from you, SK!

      kikiki

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  8. oh, i actually have not watched any K-drama before.. even that very famous by Rain.. and recently a friend told me she is watching one titled "Pasta" and is nice..

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    1. Rain drama - full house izit? I don't really like that one. kakaka

      My all time favourites:
      Coffee prince
      You are beatiful
      Sungkyungkwan Scandal

      There's a similar theme that made me love these drama. Know what it is? xD

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  9. actually not that i don't watch drama, i watch HK drama from TVB, hahaha!! all downloaded one lah, i of course won't pay Astro for those.. :D

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    1. When I was in my teens, I was obsessed with HK dramas. Then in my 20s it was Japanese dramas. Now Korean dramas pulak.

      I also downloadlah. Wait for Astro? Have to pay extra and get HD channels. Don't want!

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  10. this Astro is monopoly lah, every year also keep increasing the subscription.. but then where the hell we have the time to watch all channels that they keep include into the package (to charge us more)??

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    1. I totally agree!

      Those I subscribe also, not all channels I watch. :(

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  11. wah, you sure got lots of engagement activities lor.. blogging, K-drama, books, running, eating.. hahaha!! so busy lah~~

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    1. If only busy with work. kakaka

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  12. I would love to read again..

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    1. Why? You stopped reading now?

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  13. It is good to destress once a while. Long time I didnt follow Korean drama!

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    1. Plenty of good K-drama coming out now!

      I'm torn in wanting to start watching Lee Seunggi's King 2 Hearts also. ;p

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