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school themed kdramas: 

  • school 2015+2013
  • reply 1997+1994+1988
  • to the beautiful you
  • Dream high
  • the heirs
  • seonam girls HS
  • playful kiss
  • page turner
  • age of youth
  • orange marmelade
  • angry mom
  • sassy gogo
  • moorim school
  • wlg fairy kim bokjoo
  • heartstrings
  • high school king
  • twenty again 
  • bring it on ghost
  • and to complete the list 2 must watch: boys over flowers+shut up flower boyband.

*some of them don’t necessarily take place in a school but they involve students and their daily life*also its not placed in a special order*

if you think somethings missing just comment it pls!!

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Reply 1988 Spinoff : Ryu Hye Young, Go Ara, Hyeri, Jung Eun Ji (Reply 1988 parody)

i might be crying right now. 

i have many bones to pick with the Reply series and its creators, and one of my biggest concerns is the fact that the females to males in the squad ratio continues to get worse. in 1997, we had Shi Won and Yoo Jung to Yoon Jae, Joon Hee, Hak Chan and Sung Jae. [2:4] in 1994, we had Na Jeong and Yoon Jin to Chilbong, Hae Tae, Binggrae, Samcheonpo and Garbage. [2:5] in 1988, we got Deok Sun ONLY (i can’t include Bo Ra in this, as she wasn’t an actual member of their friend group) to Taek, Dong Ryong, Sun Woo and Jung Hwan. [1:4]. 

so the possibility of a drama with these four as sisters??? do you guys know what this could be??? and it doesn’t help that this video is INSANELY well-made.

/brb sobbing into my pillow.

13 Awesome Female K-Drama Characters We Could All Learn From

13 Awesome Female K-Drama Characters We Could All Learn From

Not nearly often enough in K-dramaland, there are female characters that we wish we could embody, who are bold, confident, strong, and full of energy. Check out this list of 13 incredible females we could all learn a little something from.

1. Do Bong Soon from “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon”

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First on the list is Bong Soon (Park Bo Young), who has the attention of viewers all over the…

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#kdramawomensweek || day seven: so goodbye

Sung Shi Won (Jung Eun Ji) ↦ Reply 1997 (2012)

“Being a teenager was like a storm because we didn’t have any answers. We didn’t know what we really wanted, who really loved us…who we really loved. We struggled with the answers. And by the time we’d miraculously figured it out, we had already become adults and experienced changes both big and small. That winter, the world was full of separations and goodbyes.”

A child of Busan, the slower, gentler life in the provinces is all Shi Won had known. With grades as low as hers, without an aptitude for the traditional kind of academics, no one expected her to leave. By a turn of events, she ends up turning her boyband fic writing hobby into a creative writing scholarship to a university in Seoul. It’s her dream come true. And for her parents, who’d long since given up hope of sending their daughter to university in Seoul, it’s both a blessing and a curse. When graduation rolls around, they must say their goodbyes as Shi Won heads off to the big city to find a life for herself.

It is in Seoul that she becomes an adult; she lives without the care of her parents, she studies. She graduates university and eventually goes to work in broadcasting. Though she clings to her roots as a Busan girl, refusing to adopt the Seoul dialect, she does not return to her hometown. Years down the road, she stays in Seoul even when her husband gets transferred to Daegu for work. They have children, they’ve built a life in Seoul. The city has become her home, and though she’ll never forget her origins, the separation of that winter had changed things irrevocably. It’s a byproduct of adulthood; homes become hometowns, parents become people you visit on holidays, though you love them all the same.