A key clicked
Door creaking open
While the sun shone in
Dusts dances in the light
Everything felt ancient again
Untouched and gathered memories
Of once were and used to be
Hush, as I blow
A breathe of life
Into words and blank papers
My first and last love
I took a deep breath
When the surface became unbearable
All that I wished for was peace
Quiet, under water
My voice clearer
Until I needed air
Do not look for me
I miss the generation
A clump of clay taking shape
As I play
I have been a fool
Tending to my garden
Stretching their welcoming arms
Trimmed and made way to a warm house
Whose door stays unlock and light
Lit early till dawn
A soft couch facing a cracking fireplace
Chill and windy upon summer’s open window
I sit and wander spring and fall
As the leaves took life and swept away
By tumbling steps of people
In serving sore feet, hunger be satisfied
Weary souls shall beg for more
(As I do the same)
Offering what we own and nothing more
People live and stayed there
And some I dread more
Occupants, I do hope they oblige
Leave no harm to my home
Western-ish Korean romance of K-pop fan girl and their art museum setting.
Romance drama in Korean tends to tick the boxes, from fighting to loving people, cheesy words and act of service, this is a story of art curator Deok Mi and her life in pursuing her idol Cha Si An.
As you could expect, her initial under cover fan girling and a good mixture of art museum background was surprisingly nice together. A plus point for the aesthetic of this drama, actors and the visual of the series looks warm yet vivid.
And then there is the museum director Ryan Gold, adopted Korean which had a history of being abandoned and currently a US citizen. His obsession with a bubble drawing and coincidental Cha Si An flight landing brings more ‘fateful meeting’ to our female protagonist Sung Deok Mi.
They have more daring make out scenes, thus the more American style. If you are looking for a romance drama and likes to watch western dramas, this might feel more at home than other Korean dramas.
It was a well set story. Predictable yet still satisfying to watch. The side characters were not wasted and added some flares to the overall feeling.
Relatable K-pop fans and recommended for people that loves romance.