I have been watching dramas for around nine to ten years now. I cannot actually believe that it has been so long since I last watched those certain dramas from my childhood. That's why I want to re-watch most of them now, putting most in my to-watch list. (Although it's going to be difficult since there are a lot of other series that I want to watch, too!)
Actually, I first got into dramas through the Taiwanese drama called Lavender. Then, I've watched parts of shows like Marimar, Rosalinda, and the likes, although I felt awkward watching such shows, so I stuck with my anime ones. It wasn't so long when I started watching Japanese shows which I loved because, well, it's from Japan! It has been a dream of mine since I was a child to visit that country despite some not-so-good rumors about it. Anyway, when the rise of K-dramas came, I started watching them, too!
What I watch depends on my mood.
As much as possible, I finish everything I watch just because I don't want to leave things as they are. So no matter how long it would take, some of those that I can't bear to watch for a moment will go on my on-hold list till I get in the mood to pick them up again. There may also be good ones that are too much for me so I take it slowly before finishing them.
I am seriously trying to be objective in rating the dramas and movies I watch, but it seems like I can't avoid the feelings some elicited from me, therefore affecting the ratings I give. OTL
YUI, Kana Nishino, Tanaka Rie, Maaya Sakamoto, KOTOKO, Ritsuko Okazaki
Too many dramas and movies (and anime and manga and novels), too little time.
Call me Mari.