KDrama-Review

KDrama Review: W Two Worlds Apart

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Han Hyo Joo
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Lee Jong Suk

W: Two Worlds Apart

Heart surgeon Oh Yeon Joo learns that her father, a famous comic book artist has gone missing. When she goes to her father’s studio, she is kidnapped by a man who splattered with blood all over his clothes. Her instincts as a doctor kick in and she saves the man’s life. But she stumbles upon the realization that the man is not from this world. Crossing into the virtual world of “W” and the real world creates all sorts of unexpected situations that lead to conflict and danger. [MBC Global Media]

This was a great drama.  Lee Jong Suk plays as Kang Chul, a millionaire entrepreneur in an anime comic called “W” (which just so happens to be written by Oh Yeon Joo’s father).  Yeon Joo travels through reality to “W” where she saves Kang Chul’s life.  From this point forward their lives are intertwined, both traveling between the real world and the world of “W”.

This drama explores the identity of an unknown killer, the meaning of life, and the romance between the two MCs.  It was worth the watch.  I was absolutely enthralled from beginning to end.

Check it out on RakutenViki where it has received a 9.7-star rating and over 28K reviews.

Daily Observances Around the World

Armed Forces Day (Romania)
Constitution Day (Lithuania)
Customs Officer’s Day (Russia)
Day of the Basque Country (Basque Country) (While looking this up, I stumbled upon an interesting article: 3-Day Basque country Itinerary.  Click here to check it out.  I think I am going to add San Sebastian to my bucket list of places I want to visit)

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San Sabastian, Spain

Retrocession Day (Taiwan)
Sovereignty Day (Slovenia)
Thanksgiving Day (Grenada)
The Hallowing of Nestorius (Eastern Orthodox Christianity)

Other Observances

International Artist Day

The Fall of the Rebel Angels

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The Fall of the Rebel Angels by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

One of my favorite pieces of art was painted by Pieter Bruegel the Elder (who just so happens to be one of my favorite artists).  I first discovered this painting when I was watching a music video by BTS—of course, it’s KPOP!

I wrote this painting into The Curse of Judas as well as several other art pieces.

National Cartoonists Against Crime Day
National Greasy Foods Day
Punk for a Day
Sourest Day (Check out how to use a lemon other than making lemonade at almanac.com)
Wear Purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Day

World Pasta Day
World Pizza Makers Day

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Tomorrow’s Post Topic:

42132018_1993653480698198_5846043139508273152_nAbout Cynthia Brandel

Other than being an awesome mom and a devoted wife, Cynthia is an avid explorer traveling through the galaxy of her mind meeting new and interesting people along the way.  Her destination is unknown, but the fun is in the journey.

Cynthia’s first exploration took her to the world of Sanctoria, a place full of magic and mystery.  After falling in love and leading an army to war, Cynthia left Sanctoria and continued on her journey.

Currently, Cynthia resides in one of the Revenant cities on Earth.  What mysteries will the city hold and where will Cynthia end up?  Who knows?  But you can guarantee that Cynthia will tell us all about it in The Curse of Judas (Book 1 of the Revenant City Series).  Check out a preview of the first two chapters for free.

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