Sunday, October 16, 2016

K-DRAMA: The Hours of My Life

THE HOURS OF MY LIFE

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16 OCT 2016
     Okay, so I know it is a sin to binge watch more than one drama in one week. Well, for me, it is because I believe you got to give time for the past drama to sink in to you and turn to life through you. But I guess, I am sinning my hardest by watching this! LOL! Also, I am fully aware that this is a Japanese drama and not a K-DRAMA. I will make a tag for J-dramas, but all of the dramas and whatnot I will be watching will be under the button K-DRAMA. Just letting you guys now! :)

     Like I promised, I will be reacting, reviewing, and recapping dramas episode by episode! (I might do that to Angel Eyes, too, if I do find the time!)

EPISODE 1
     Okay, so far, I like the characters. I like the fact that Megumi is not "goddess" pretty. She is just your average-looking-but-with-a-special-charm kind of girl, which I think is a really nice thing! I like the fact that I can relate to her, and I am sure many viewers can, too. Takuto, though, is really handsome. He has a very interesting personality, too, because he plays a lot of what he calls "characters." The thing that bothers me is that the story doesn't start off "smart" if that makes sense. Like, how Takuto and Megumi developed a bond was just too... common. Nothing special. They see each other and grow fond of each other. So my question is, Takuto, what did you see in Megumi? That question was left unanswered in this episode. Other than that, the drama is really interesting so far. I just hope it is not as predictable as it seems.

EPISODE 2
     I honestly don't know why, sometimes, Megumi's behavior annoys me. Female leads usually do. I keep on falling for Takuto's character. He's so positive and optimistic. He hides his troubles by always smiling, and he doesn't hurt people back. It's really amazing if a guy is like this in real life. I kind of felt bad for him, too. I guess, he isn't that head smart? But I really feel bad whenever people think he's useless. That's why when Megumi said that the full-time employee she was training was causing more work than help, it felt like it was directed to Takuto since one of his coworkers did tell him something similar. I also don't like Takuto's brother. He reminds me so much of my brother. Anyways, Takuto and Megumi had sex, too. Made me think for a bit. So far, the drama as a whole is predictable. Nothing special plot wise. I do get the feeling that this is a tearjerker and will definitely make me cry and question my love life choices for the next month. LOL!

EPISODE 3
     Now this drama's starting to live up to its genre. Seriously, this episode is so depressing to me for some reason. I applaud Haruma Miura for his acting by the end when he was eating. The tears and expression were superb. He went to see the neurologist again, and he even expected that he was misdiagnosed with ALS. If I remember correctly, he even went to the neurology ward before all this and saw a man who could not speak and was living off of a ventilator. He was scared to death. Actually, that scene was kinda creepy because the bed-ridden man looked at him as Takuto was peeping at the door. That scene gave me goosebumps. It broke my heart when, at the end of the episode, Takuto kept saying "save me." Poor guy. Looking forward to the next episode.

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