Ironic as it may seem, but I started the New Year watching the last episodes of ‘Oh My Venus!’—the Korean drama that hooked me just before 2015 ended. I love this rom-com not only because its very funny, the actors were superb A-listers, So Ji Sub is sooo downright cool that I want him and… Continue reading ‘Oh My Venus’ and my fitness goals for 2016
I am so freakingly addicted to this show! The Return of Superman wasn’t what I expected from the start. I watched one episode one Sunday afternoon at KBS World while waiting for 2 Days, 1 Night. Next thing I know, I found myself reviewing the previous episodes I didn’t get to watch over YouTube. I… Continue reading The Return of Superman–why I love this reality TV show!
Nostalgia seeped in my consciousness again when I watched The Wolverine over a month ago. Granted I’m not a fan of anime or manga movies, but I watched this one to complement the 2009 X-Men Origins and X-Men: the Last Stand I viewed back then. Thanks to the friend, who invited me. All throughout the… Continue reading 5 Tokyo places I missed because of Wolverine
I promised a second batch after writing the first part. So here’s what other K-dramas in 2012 that’s most memorable for me… 8. Haeundae Lovers—is a rom-com about a state prosecutor who went undercover to infiltrate a family of gangster but met an accident, lost his memory and fell in love with the mob boss’s… Continue reading Korean dramas I watched in 2012 (2nd part)
Alright, I know I’m blogging this late, but… who’s going to stop me anyway? I’ve wanted to share about the latest Korean dramas I’ve watched. I just couldn’t find the time to do it last year here in my blog. Still, I guess, I can catch up. Some of those I’ve watched are episode re-runs… Continue reading K-dramas that got me hooked in 2012 (1st part)
I could vaguely recall the years when martial law prevailed in the Philippines. I was born in 1980 and the recollection I had of one of the darkest moments in the country’s history was when I was six years old. My mom used to bring me to work in Makati City where we would coincidentally… Continue reading Juan Ponce Enrile: A Memoir
I feel fabulous this month. I am thrilled to be able to watch Cirque Du Soleil’s “Saltimbanco”–the much-awaited circus show in Manila. True, I’m not fond of circus shows, but this one’s different. A week ago, my mom and I trooped to the SM Mall of Asia Arena where the live performance was held. The… Continue reading The Day the Circus Came to Town…