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Cha Bong-sun (Lee Ji-ah) is a police officer with a bit of unplaced angst, a hint of rebellion and a need to be loved, in every possible way.
I find this drama extremely interesting, well I know it has to do with me mooning over Yoon Shi-yoon but aside from that, the story line is great, as per my opinion, makes me want to have my own shrink for all those time that I feel like I am losing it, harhar.
Initially, it was all about me watching Yoon Shi-yoon, yes that shallow but hey, fangirls are fangirls and nope, I’m not ashamed about it. I laugh so hard watching this part; it would have been better if she just walked straight but she has to try and avoid them, thus the chaos. At first it was just to stop her but I guess her brain stopped working at the same time mine did thus it turned into a make out session. He said she can lean on him thus she poured her heart and they share their fears of living alone. Somehow I want more than that but since she’s a patient, that would do, oh hugs, more hugs.
I could say that regardless of those wearying points, I was satisfied with Me Too, Flower and if I have time, I would re-watch it again, not just for Yoon Shi-yoon but for something more like the shrink advises and all the craziness. I did have an answer, “you wish!” Yes, I’m talking to myself and that’s what the other side of me answered. I’ve had my own share of unrequited love; it happened a long, long time ago, but I can still remember him and my embarrassment when he found out about how I felt.
If I learned anything from that time it’s to take courage and never be in that situation again, an outright no is way easier to accept and live with than a futile gazing from afar that goes nowhere and might end into something embarrassing and painful.
I guess it really happens, that situation where you wish for someone so badly to be that right person for you but it turns out that it can’t be and no matter how painful it is on you, you’ll be that noble idiot to let go because you wish for that person’s happiness. As the year ends and as I continue to get comfortable in my own home in the internet, I decided to be sort of systematic. In closing, with this I hope to develop at least my writing skills, grow with experience as I write one word after the other and remember the feeling, reaction and thought behind each word. Interesting, very interesting; today’s challenge is actually something that I have been brewing and cultivating in my ever scattered brain and if I just have enough courage in me to pursue it, I would have, but sadly, I’m lacking in the courage department so I’ll just let it lurk and swirl in my head.
If ever that I do write the said fan fiction, I am definitely going to do something about the ending, and I’m going to start from there.
They were tasked to respond to an incident report from Perche, a high end fashion store owned by Park Hwa-young (Han Go-eun). It adds to the attraction of the drama and I have to say Me Too, Flower’s OST is good, extremely pleasant to the ears. Girlfriend finally had the guts to move forward, accept her feelings only they don’t even know their phone numbers which does not make sense because of all the skinship. The way Go Dok-mi (portrayed by Park Shin-hye) described unrequited love is so on the spot, the simile sad yet true, oh so true.


Feelings as I’ve experienced and studied is not something that you can turn on and off like a switch or a faucet that you can open when you want to use and close when you’re done using it. Well, there was no outright rejection or something but let’s just say everything was blown out of proportion and he became a proud dude nearing to the jerk type. Well it is sort of more because I think I do better or I function well enough if I have a goal or something.
Well I came up with things or topics that I would write about on a daily basis, an upgrade of the 30 day blog challenge, a weekly challenge or a guideline of sort, a theme per day, you get the gist.
Thus writing about it doesn’t only make me completely analyze the quote, it makes me remember it easily too, because I can check it out anytime.
I thought so too but then it’s encouraging, it’s making sure that I write or continue to write.
I won’t just let General Choi Young and Eun-soo stare at each other for the love of everything that’s holy!
After Flower Boy Next Door, I opt to watch Me Too, Flower and yes, it has something to do with the inclusion of the word “flower” to the title because flower equals beautiful, that’s the logic; at least the Korean Drama logic and indeed it was beautiful. As she is leaving his office, she almost had an accident that adds to her initial irritations. I love the way Yoon Shi-yoon gave life to this chatacter, it’s good, no great well actually awesome. That’s exactly what I think while watching the love story between Bong-sun and Jae-hee flourish, beautifully.
For a person who lost her once charming life, it is but expected that things would turn out awry and quite frankly, somewhat acceptable.
This is sad,  because in doing so he missed his chance, not that he really has one anyways still, he continued to take care of his Bong-sun noona and even stepped up for her when she was falling apart over her break up.
The first and second time was adorable and bearable but the last few was too much for my own liking, make up your mind people; break up if you really mean it. Why do I say partiality, well he was partial with everything; first his feelings then his true status and lastly his “obligation” to Hwa-young.
Well it’s more on she thinks less of herself, initially it was fine, but the longer it drags the more I get sick of it because come on, it’s not his mistake if he is rich, the only mistake I see there is he took so long to let her know. Knowing the truth about it though, I can’t help but ask, is there a way to avoid it especially because you’re completely aware that it is not gonna bear fruits anyway, so why not avoid it as it comes, or as you feel it? Loving is involuntary, it’s not something you can control even if it just started from mere admiration.
Thinking about it now, it’s kinda hilarious and the embarrassment part seems subtler than when it really happened. My reaction when this song was played in Flower Boy Next Door is ah, this is a parting song, a heartbreak song; how do I know?


It is to me and since I am in need of some inspiration (I can’t write properly if I’m not sad, it’s weird I know but that’s me) I’m keeping this song on repeat until I see that sparks. True she’s a pain and annoyingly cute at that but you have to admire a person who knows what she wants. Well maybe they need to prolong the agony, these guys are masochist, not the other meaning and by these guys I mean Bong-sun and Jae-hee. He could have revealed it all in one time but he had to be partial and turn things complicated. Ah, the memories, I wonder if he still remembers though, I think he’s my friend in facebook, LOL! Well, I may not understand Korean that well but I watched plenty of Korean dramas to basically get a context and a song starting with lyrics like (this is what I thought the lyrics says, before reading the actual English translation) if it was you it would have been nice is definitely not a love song with a happy content plus the fact that it is ballad-y (-ish) it’s definitely a heartbreak song. It would also be an encouragement for me to never give up and take on new things and don’t be overwhelmed just because it’s something I haven’t done before. True there are plenty of things that I liked about it; okay scratch that, I love that Lee Min-ho played the role of Choi Young, for obvious reasons.
The initial irritation just adds up as they had a real accident that cause him to be fired from his job.
What’s with being clingy and using emotions as means of blackmail and keeping a person close to you for your own purpose and gain?
I guess that was needed to prolong the drama but still, I just wish he muster enough courage to tell Bong-sun everything right away. I feel the pain, I know of someone who has experienced that kind of situation; let’s just say I’m going to keep that someone nameless. I like the costumes and the soundtrack (I’m not embarrassed to say that I wake up every morning to the sound of I Am a Woodalchi, Great Big Choi Young.) I almost fell for the special effects as well as the concept of time travelling thru a cave like opening among the rocks (this is the first time travel themed Korean Drama that I ever watched,) and of course I admit to liking the display of cutie warriors. He goes to the police station to tell her that he was fired and demanded she find a job for her. I like how he was lonely and how it is self inflicted, how he wants to be responsible about something that he didn’t entirely did on purpose.
The tension between them is obvious that it goes to say that he is about to shake her already shaky world while trying to find his own closure from his shady past. Ma-ru is another character that I am fond of, the way he’s hesitant to pursue his love interest is interesting and I am somewhat sad that he lost his chance.



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  1. QLADIATOR_16 — 29.08.2014 at 22:34:48 Earlier than going the extra mile and really putting in an effort she might see herself marrying.
  2. EPISODE — 29.08.2014 at 22:21:38 Break up as a consequence of all of the combating we had in those few.
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