Not a review,please enjoy.

 

This week there is no review; Just a little something for you guys during this cold weather. I hope you enjoy Jungkook’s cover of Lost Stars by Adam Levine as much as I do.

P.s: I love this version more than the original. Just saying…

 

Leave your comments down below and let me know your opinion

B.A.P- Young, wild & free

BAP’s new title track Young, wild & free dropped last Sunday November 15. So far the video has had about 1.5 million views and rising; there are pros and cons with this track.

PROS

  • Strong comeback track
  • Nice blend of vocals and rapping
  • There is a sense of growth with their music (listen to the whole album).
  • Fun video to watch

CONS

  • There is no concrete storyline for the song
  • Similar to a previous track. (One Shot)

Oh My Ghostess

Oh My Ghostess

Oh My Ghostess!

      If you are not caught up with the episodes…YOU NEED TO CATCH UP! This is an excellent drama– if you like supernatural, comedy, romance and life threatening situations, then this drama is for you. It provides all of that and more in its 16 episode run. Everything with the cast, from the leads to the supporting roles, was perfect. Each actor/actress had such skills that made their roles very believable and gets you invested into their characters story. It was very interesting to see how the characters develop throughout the drama; which is an extra point added to both the actors/actresses and the writers. The drama was nicely paced, making sure nothing felt rushed or dragged out and the conclusion left me satisfied.
Overall rating 5/5

I SEE smells

coupleSensory Couple: The beginning of the drama opens to a police car going down a road and it seems like it had just rain. The atmosphere this drama sets gives me an eerie feeling, like something’s not right. Choi Eun Seol ( Oh Cho Rim) comes home to find her parents have been murdered and are being put on display for her viewing. However, she comes home just at the time when the killer is moving her father’s dead body into position. In her fear, she runs out of the house to escape this murderous villain but ends up getting hit by a car as she runs outside.

The next scene shows a student, with the same name, winding up dead on a hospital bed and this time the student’s brother(Choi Moo Gak) is the one to find her. Though Choi Moo Gak is unaware, he bumps into his sister’s killer on his way to see her. As the viewer we are aware of who the murderer is, but the main characters remain clueless. Just in these first few minutes it seems that a lot is happening and it leaves me with questions such as:

  • Why did the murderer not kill Oh Cho Rim, and only grabbed her name tag?
  • Why would the killer let Oh Cho Rim go despite the fact he had ample time, strength over her, and she was paralyzed with fear for a short time?
  • How is the murderer picking his targets?
  • How are his targets related to each other?
  • What is the significance of the fact two of the victims have the same name?

If any of the questions above peak your interest you should watch this drama.  A complete review of the drama will be given once it is finished being viewed.

 

p.s: If you have read the webtoon that this drama is based off of PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE no spoilers. Opinions and comments are welcome but please don’t ruin the drama for me and other readers. Thank you!

Solo Amber

Shake that Brass by Amber : The start of the video was a happy go lucky kind of opening with an orchestra of familiar faces. Though I couldn’t catch all the faces, I did recognize most of them which I liked. Amber’s personality came through loud and clear in the pop artsy visual this video presented so well it was nearly perfect. The video in its entirety matched quite well with the amazing beat of the song, both of which put you in a good mood that makes you want to get up and dance. Take a chance to listen for yourself and see if you move to the beat.