Sabtu, 11 Januari 2014
one day, you're 17 and you're planning for someday. And then quietly, without you ever really noticing, someday is today and then someday is yesterday, and this is your life.
- John Green

the hardest thing about being a fangirl is, i don't want to be a fangirl.

Senin, 06 Januari 2014

when i think of it, it's been almost a year since the first time i watch Running Man. the first episode i seriously watched was when Jackie Chan came as guest. it was the 135th episode, aired March 3rd last year. it was a good laugh. a very-seriously-made show since they invite a world star. it's been a while since the last time i laughed so hard so I wanted to watch started from the first episode. very easy to get the ALL EPISODES of the show, a friend in my boarding has complete collection.

and then, it started.

i watched Running Man literally every day. i watched it when i had breakfast, when i was tired after a long day, in weekends, or even in the middle of the night. the more episode i watched the more it captivated me. i became obsessed. i finished watching the whole episodes only in couple of weeks.

and then i started to study Hangul. i found an easy Hangul tutorial in internet then learn how to write and pronounce it. it's much easier than memorizing Hiragana and Katakana. i also learn new words everyday from watching Running Man. until this level, I felt like loving Running Man can actually give me new knowledge and a different level of entertainment.

things turned out to be stupid when i started to like one of the cast too much, Lee Kwang Soo. He's not the handsome guy type. he plays the stupid and ridiculous role in the show. i don't understand why i like him but seriously, he could turn from being very ugly to very good looking.

ugly one

cool one

i like him too much. this is not right. i come to a point where i think Patrick Star's advice is so damn true: "hero worship is unhealthy."

so now, if i know how to stop being a fangirl, i would be so happy.