What are you currently watching?


I hope you like it! :slight_smile:


Veel plezier :smile:. I had fun working on it (that’s how I got the OST stuck in my head :laughing:) and watching it.


Just started Unforgettable Love(extremely fluffy single-father-CEO-meets-child-psychologist drama) to help me get over the pain of Fall in Love. I have a big fat crush on Miles Wei anyway, so i don’t mind watching him in anything :joy: He has an overbearing CEO role this time but he just can’t play an arrogant forceful narcissist for the life of him… no matter what he says and does, he’s still so adorably gentle; i can happily take whatever nonsense the writers write into the drama. I DIE every time he arches one eyebrow like the elegant prince he is :joy::see_no_evil: His son is cute and has everyone in the palm of his hand.


I needed a little break from cdramas so I looked at the jdrama, “Super Rich

I looked through a few comments and something caught my eye. Someone quoted their fav. line from the drama.

“I was born after you, so that you wouldn’t be alone.”

It really made me curious when most of the comments were negative. A lot of ppl were complaining about the age gap and saying there wasn’t chemistry between the leads… So I thought, what kind of ml does this drama have for that quote to be said.

I am now caught up to the latest episode! I marathoned all 10/11 eps. in a day. Very little to no FF. This drama really has many topics to explore. Friends, co-worker (work environment), family and within these topics are sub-topics that gives us relatable issues we have in real life.

This drama is geared towards 30+ year olds but I’m sure it can provide insight for younger people as well. Personally, I think the leads have just a good amount of chemistry. Their age gap doesn’t bother me since it’s obviously stated in the synopsis. It would be weird to watch it knowing the fact. lol


I often see people complain about the age gap and I ask myself why are they watching it, complaining about it, when you could tell that there’s an age gap by looking at the actors / when it’s mentioned in the synopsis? They litter the TCs with age gap comments :tired_face:


This new series just started, I look forward to Zhang Ruo Yun’s performance in Sword Snow Stride. He was also ML in Joy of Life. You have to watch carefully to the said in order to follow the intentions of the characters or their logic; it’s a bit like chess playing… Drama has a good flow infused with funny points :wink: This isn’t an idol actors drama, you’ll see also Vengo Gao :star_struck:

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IKR?!! I just cannot understand why people choose to continue watching something that makes them vocalize their intense hatred for a show and spoil everybody else’s fun instead of just TURNING IT OFF. :roll_eyes: There was one extremely annoying troll on Fall in Love who just wouldn’t stop writing frustrating comments. I’ve left the TCs off for While You Were Sleeping because there is absolutely no use of turning them on for popular dramas


I never watch with tc on. :rofl:

It seems like the most annoying thing. A lot of shows ppl complain about turn out good for me.


I totally agree. If an age-gap drama is not your genre, then don’t watch it and don’t spoil others’ enjoyment or lead them to believe they are bad people for watching it. UGH! No matter what their age, if two people are happy with each other and have good communication between them, I say go for it! My sister married a man who was 35 years older than she was and they had a wonderful relationship! Don’t stereotype or pigeon-hole people simply because of their age.


Currently semi-binge-watching this C-drama; an easy watch. It’s been good even though pretty predictable. :wink: Good chemistry between FL and ML with a few interesting side romances between others in the drama. And for those who enjoy romantic angst, it has that too!


Yeah, exactly.

I mean, it’s totally valid if the relationship is problematic due to the character being underaged or if someone is abusing their power or something like that, but often that’s not the reason those people complain :woman_shrugging:


I also have started watching sword snow stride, Dr Qin of all people!! like the first two episodes so far
I have read a bunch of messages, and y’ know these people that complain for one reason or other, you are right, if you don’t like it turn iot off! I guess I could complain, buit why? and ruin someones love the show thing?
so this senior lady could fuss about ages or too much this and that, but I don’t/ I do enjoy what I do watch! if I complain what good is it?y’all just keep up the good work, huh!

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I don’t care whether they have a problem with age gaps or not. If that’s their opinion, great. If they come here to Discussions with that opinion, I don’t mind discussing it with them. I don’t like noona romances, and some of my opinions may not agree with noona romance lovers. But I don’t go around forcing myself to watch noona romances and then throwing hate at anything and everything in the TCs and spoiling everyone’s fun. Those who are watching chose to watch the drama and have decided to watch till the end or whatever. I simply choose to watch something else.

Even if you don’t like something in the drama, comment about it once or twice. If the relationship is problematic or toxic to you, comment about it, write a review, discuss it on Discussions, or talk about it on MDL and leave if it troubles you so much. Spamming the timed comments with hate till the end of the drama is just ANNOYING. It’s like having one person in the theater who screams and yells obscenities at the screen because they wanted to watch a comedy but the movie is a thriller, while everyone else is just trying to watch the movie they paid for and chose to watch.


I’m curious now :laughing:, although I don’t fall in either category :blush:.


Oh btw, I’m currently watching While You Were Sleeping, and I really love the way the subtitle team has explained even the small words I take for granted because I’m so used to the Korean language now. I learned all these words from another drama where another team did the same thing.

Thank you subbers! :heart_eyes::heart:


I started Snowdrop, I loved the first episodes. :star_struck:


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I am a noona romance lover but it’s ok if people don’t like it. There are things we will like and not like. It’s normal. You have rational and don’t go around harassing people that watch noona romances. Whereas there’s always certain people that will comment hateful words even though they knew what the synopsis was.

I always thought it was weird when that happened. Most age gap dramas will point it out right away. There are some that I didn’t watch too, just because the plot may not appeal to me.


I love it, too. I started this and have watched the first two episodes. I love it a lot. Not so much for the cast (though they are superb), but the plot and the opportunity to look back in time, in that era.

However, with so much controversy swirling around it, I sincerely hope its “artistic license” is left untouched. I want to watch it till the end.:pray: