jdrama*

anonymous asked:

I think Ghost gets judged harshly because people expected something more "grown up" after the last couple of shows - Gaim was typical Urobuchi, Drive was written to be more like a Jdrama (since obviously it's based on typical cop dramas) and everyone seems to love Amazons. Ghost ain't perfect but it's not like it's personally kicked someone's dog and pushed their grandma under a bus ...

I was never expecting it to be “grown up” but you also have to realize that even children can understand “mature” concepts. I was expecting it to be fun but also to be a great gateway into a rich culture that is tied-in heavily with death and the afterlife. I know that there are plenty of people enjoying Ghost for what it is and I’m glad they are. I, personally, just think it could have been better.

Also Ghost didn’t push grandma under a bus. Takoyaki killed her.

anonymous asked:

you've got to watch "love o2o"!! it's a really cute cdrama with the two main lead in an actual healthy relationship (something that you might like!) and they're just the sweetest and the supporting actors are just as adorable (even the mean girls are likable) anyways, i hope you give it a chance x

I don’t think I will ever get to watching cdramas, I already have a never ending list of kdramas and jdramas to watch, if I start adding cdramas this will be the end for me.

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“It wasn’t sympathy. I like you.”

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The theme of this dessert is “Hidden Emotions”. The red of the raspberries represent passion… It’s supposed to symbolize our strongest emotion. How we feel when we have a dream we want to come true, something precious we want to protect… or when we have someone we like. We can’t always share those emotions. But they’re still in our hearts. Even if they can’t be seen on the surface, we’re still cradling them in our hearts. That was my inspiration for this dessert.