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Time flies so fast and we're in the middle of 2013 now. My review gets more condense as times goes by too. From long detail review, to seasonal, quarterly and now semi annually. Well, we can always blame it to the work, stress level and too many things to watch. So, now, I've done my Arafes selection, caught up on some episodes, watched some old drama, lamented why NEWS didn't open their concert to international fans (again), I'm finally ready to list down what I've been watching for the past 6 months (excluding those old ones and varieties). So, we first will classify the drama by season as always, and then by which ones I love, managed to watch the whole thing, and off course, dumping bin.

Another EXTRAAAA LONG post... )
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K the end of 2012 is near, 1 more day to go based on SG time and instead of writing about drama, I've doing screencaping documentaries and concert DVD (well, they're more fun actually but off course more time consuming. But again, it doesn't mean that I don't watch lots of drama. On the contrary, I think I watch more compare to last year. It's just that it doesn't get translated into words because I have to wait for subs for almost most of it. 2012 is full of medical, mystery, historical, detective drama. So, how on earth I can watch those without subs and enjoy the drama to their full potential? So, yeah, and by the time I finish the drama, months has passed and the new drama have lined up saying 'watch me, watch me.'

So, this time I'm just going to say what I like about those drama and what keep me watching them or why I dump them. I notice as well that I watch the least amount of drama on Summer season, and double or triple the dose for Fall season. Have anybody experienced this as well? I hope I'm not the only one because I feel like an acute drama junkie every fall season.

So, let's get started and it's gonna be LONG.... )


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