March 2011: Mini Hallyu wave goes around my high school, and I catch it. Watch "Boys before Flowers" in a matter of days, soon followed by You're Beautiful, and The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince.
April 2011: Watch Autumn's Concerto, to date, the only Taiwanese drama I watched in it's entirety.
July 2011: My first Japanese drama, Hana Kimi, completed. It was a struggle to complete, but I was very happy I did. It lead me to discover "Absolute boyfriend" and "Nodame Contabile" amongst others.
December 2011: Complete my last drama, 49 days.
Now that last statement might confuse you a bit. "Last drama? What do you mean by last drama?"
I mean, 49 days is the last drama, I watched start to finish. Since then, I have picked up dramas and dropped dramas, including popular ones like "The bridal mask" "Secret Garden" etc etc. It's sad to say, but as I grow more used to asian dramas, I find my tolerance waning.
But I stand true to this: I don't care if the lead protagonist is 5 years old or 60 years old, if the story is good, I will watch it and enjoy it.
So in truth, I fell in love and out of love, with K-dramas in 2011, but occasionally my heart does a jump-start when I watch something, and I'm not prepared to call it day just yet. It's the type of fan I am. I will remain loyal to where I once sought great pleasure, and will never forget it. I enjoy using this site (when I can) and try to contribute (again, when I can.)
I don't rewatch dramas. EVER. And that's the god-honest truth. Why look back, when I'm constantly looking forwards? Though I must admit, as my disechantment continues, I feel tempted to go back to the dramas I watched in full, and attempt to rewatch. I am a strange fan, but I will probably be one of the longest, when I like something.
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Tamaki Hiroshi1980, Japanese