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Boys Over Flowers "꽃보다 남자" Review.

Before I go any further, what I will say in this review, and my blog in general, is solely my opinion. So, don't take it to heart.

Now, I know how old this drama is. It first came out in 2009, and i watched soon after. Since this is my first review though, I wanted to review the first Korean drama I have ever watched. My younger self, really enjoyed this drama! While I found it to be quite, well, dramatic, it was still lighthearted and relaxing in a way. That being said, my current self looks back at it and thinks "Wow! This is cheesy~~" I am not dissing the drama in anyway though!

Let's talk about the plot:

A girl named Geum Jan-di makes her way into a school "for the privileged" through a scholarship. She is surprise to see how snobby her classmates are, especially a certain group of boys named the F4. Eventually, Jandi decides to challenge their leader, Gu Jun-pyo, thereby infurating him. At the end, like every other drama of this kind, jan-di and Jun -oyo end up falling in love and living happily ever after.


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I hate to lose.

Want to know why? Three words.

Middle. School. Wrestling.

When I first got into Jr. High I remember wanting to sign up for a winter sport. In my smaller school, there wasn’t too much of a choice. It was either basketball or wrestling. Unfortunately, basketball was out. I would have loved to play basketball! I liked watching it on T.V., rooted for the Portland Trailblazers, and knew the game. One problem: I was short. Some people would say, “You can play basketball even if you’re short -- you just have to have a good outside shot; you know, put up three pointers all day!”

Yeah... so... like I said; basketball was out.

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