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2014-2015  favorite Kdramas list

I decided to split this list (Also 2016-Mid 2017 favorite kdramas list here) in half. Please have in mind that I’m introducing kdramas I completed and liked. 



Prime minister and I: I know a lot of people don’t like huge age gaps between the main leads but I didn’t mind it personally. After ‘Love rain’ this is the best Yoona kdrama in my opinion. 

Originally posted by jcnghyun

Trot lovers: Overall it was cute to watch. I’m not really into music themed kdramas but I surprisingly liked this one. *Big smile*

Originally posted by shura

Fated to love you: Great actors that portrayed the characters perfectly imo.

Originally posted by myhyukie

High schooler king of life: I loved the chemistry between the main leads more than anything. 

Originally posted by shutupfeels

Bride of the century: I didn’t expect to like it that much but the acting skills and the character’s development were pretty good.

Originally posted by cola-kiss


Angel eyes: A really heart warming kdrama. The aesthetics were no joke too.

Originally posted by unhappygarfield


You who came from the stars: I mean…Everybody should watch it. It really deserves its fame.

Originally posted by lalaberfor


You are all surrounded: I think this is one of the first kdramas I sincerely liked. The plot was good and the ending not deceiving at all !

Originally posted by asirain

Healer: NOT A SURPRISE ! It’s on my TOP 5 best kdramas of all time and I don’t think it will change very soon.

Originally posted by fyeahjichangwook


Liar game: It’s the drama that got me into NON romance kdramas. If you like to get mind blown, watch it ! 

Originally posted by lovingkdramasforever


To be honest, 2015 was not the best year for kdrama lovers. At least in my opinion.


Sassy Go Go: I pretty much like every drama Eun Ji was in.

Originally posted by b2utygot7


Oh my Venus: Maaann…That was a hella good drama. I liked the message of it. Focus on your health rather than your appearance, because beauty is basically relative. 

Originally posted by drama-addict

She was pretty: Second lead syndrome. 

Originally posted by bencemeraketiyidegilim


Scholar who walks the night: I meaaann…Lee Joon Gi !

Originally posted by splashlove

Hope I helped some newbies right there ! 

Like or re-blog if you have watched or currently watching any of these Kdrama (2014):

  • Cunning Single Lady
  • Doctor Stranger
  • Emergency Couple (aka Emergency Man and Woman)
  • Fated To Love You (aka You Are My Destiny)
  • High School: Love On
  • Hotel King
  • It’s Okay, That’s Love
  • Marriage, Not Dating
  • My Love From the Star
  • Surplus Princess (aka The Mermaid)
  • The Joseon Gunman
  • The Night Watchman
  • You’re All Surrounded (aka We Have You Surrounded)
  • Triangle
  • Trot Lovers

Click here to see my Asian Drama List


DoD 1 year celebration | 60 Days, 60 Singers

Day 32: Kobra Paige
Born: October 14th, 1988 (Canada)

Bands/Projects: Kobra and the Lotus (2009 – present)

Collaborations: Tony Gabriele’s Orbynot (2012); Metal All Stars (2014); Kamelot (live 2015 – present)

At the age of 7, Kobra started classical singing lessons and classical piano and after attending a Judas Priest concert at age of 15, she decided that Metal was the right place for her voice and her passion.

Personal life:
Born as Brittany Paige, she legally changed her name to Kobra Paige in 2011.
She is dating Tommy Karevik, singer of the band Kamelot.


♫ i’m the fox you’ve been waiting for | fem!Star-Lord | pic by [x] | +


Since we´re at it. One throwback from previous Austin City Limits. So pretty!

2014 - All of the stars.


player profiles: Dallas Stars edition

#14. Jamie [Randolph] Benn. (Benny, Cap, Chubbs). July 18, 1989. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 6′2″. Captain of the Stars. LW, Forward. Drafted [DAL 2007] 5th round, 129th overall. 1st NHL career goal: Oct 11, 2009 DALvsVAN. Represents: 🇨🇦. Awards: WJC Gold 2009, Olympics 2014 Gold, Art Ross Trophy 2014-15, NHL All Star 2012 & 2016, NHL First All-Star Team 2013–14, 2015-16

“Yeah, I’ve done a lot of explaining of [baseball], especially to the Europeans. We had to tell them we were going to a soccer game to get them excited.”