You Know You've Been Watching Too Many Kdramas When


Ha! They were alright, not very sweet.

Talking about sweet. Who on these threads has had pocky sticks, and which is your preferred?
I like the almond crush tip chocolate dipped
pocky sticks the best!



Working on it! The thing is, I got it :calling: in March, but what did I expect :woman_shrugging:t5:
How? Why? No protective case, and only a key ring.


My favorite is the almond POCKY also! I can get it at my local Korean/Asian store. Along with those honey twist snacks


Loll I love the way Song Seung Heon is just signaling that everything’s fine with that smile of his even though your phone’s completely broken :joy:
Hope you’re able to get a new one soon!


ha! ha! @vivi_1485 I like that! It sure does seem he’s saying that :slight_smile::blush: and I’d say you’re right, because everything still works it’s the visual that’s mostly broke. Maybe I’ll get one later today.


You guys called :chipmunk: on Coffee Prince

Well! I watched it! And totally enjoyed Coffee Prince! :smile_cat:

🐿️ Squirrel! ʘ‿ʘ You Call It, We Watch It!

I finally found it, but I find it’s really sweet, the sweet :sweet_potato: potato twist I found before, had the right amount of sweetness.

  • Your kids are dithering and you yell “ppalli ga!” at them to hurry up and go
  • You start thinking of your husband as “second male lead” because he’s always bugging you to go do stuff when you’re trying to spend time with your main squeeze, whatever drama you’re watching
  • You ask whether your spouse wants tteokbokki, jjajangmyeon, or just a kimchi pancake for dinner, and rather than a blank stare he enthusiastically responds “tteokbokki!”
  • you don’t even recognize the names in your own country’s celebrity gossip any more, but you constantly ask your friends what they think of scandal X or how the Baeksang nominations totally got it wrong this year.
  • You curl your lip up and snarl “AIISSSSSH JINJA” at people
  • You find yourself looking at binyeo and hanbok on etsy even though you’re White and could never pull the look off
  • Your top vacation bucket list item is Korean Folk Village


This is pure enjoyment, laughed the whole way through :rofl::joy::laughing::joy:


These tho’ :laughing::joy::laughing: :heavy_heart_exclamation::heavy_heart_exclamation:


When you have to google “is there such thing as a K-Drama addiction?”. Literally, other people have done this, besides me. I can’t believe this is a real thing, and yes, I fell into the trap!!!


My nephew and niece love when I throw words in Korean at them, and they find me so amusing. They laugh so much and that’s when I realized I’ve watched too many k dramas too.


Ha! Ha! These so describe these threads :yarn::thread::joy:
Credit: Korean Drama Memes and Quotes


Answering the topic: When you move to Korea for leisure, to live, or work. What’s it’s like being Black in Korea in 2021.

No one interviewed mentioned they watched K-Drama, and that’s why they moved to Korea. One person mentioned K-Pop.


LG Stylo was everything until it developed issues my service provider could not resolve, even after sending me a replacement unit. So I changed providers and phones.

NOW Omo! Samsung? Daebak! Life is so much better.



jillketler_266, I am not addicted. I can quit whenever I want to. I just don’t . . . want to.



When HBO seems like a foreign channel…


Hilarious! :rofl:


My very, very first cell was a Samsung, but I never loved the brand. Hey, I didn’t know about K-Dramas either, they could’ve used K-Drama’s help back then, I’m sure I’d have loved it by default :joy: Now, I love LG anything, how ironic, we switched brands.


I loved my Stylo 6, and my carrier was the best. Pricey per month but worth it. The problem came when my phone still was having major issues with a couple of apps that just would not resolve even after I got a replacement phone sent to me.

They would not just willy-nilly send me another brand for comparison for several reasons. I owned my phone outright, they had already wasted the time and salary of five different customer service and tech people, AND company policy was, despite all their advertising BS, to cater to the board of directors and investors rather than truly give a rat’s butt about customers.

I don’t fault any of the people I worked with. They were all super friendly, knowledgeable, patient, and basically the best bunch of problem solvers around. But those wacky folks up the org chart at HQ in NYC . . . classic materialist chaebols all of them.