Here’s part two of my quarter two series. Part one is here.
I am not a Robot //★☆☆☆☆
I persevered and watched ten episodes of this show before finally stopping. I did not like this show at all. The plot was very shallow and I just didn’t like or relate with it!
Marriage Contract //★★★★☆
I really enjoyed this series even if it was a hardcore drama. It’s a sad story about death, love, and family. The story starts of with a son getting married for the kidney of his wife for his mother. They, obviously, fall in love but all hell breaks lose cause the wife actually has a brain tumor. The son is also from a rich family while the wife is a widow with a child. The problems are endless in this series.
Even if it was sad and very dramatic, I loved it because it showed me courage despite uncertainties and hoping for the best even if hope itself is gone. The only downside in this series is the open ending. I wished that it was ended properly – with either a death or with a miracle. The fact that they left me hanging (and hoping) is the only reason I’m giving it four stars.
Tiny House Nation //★★★★★
I am so thrilled and excited that Netflix already has Tiny House Nation! I love this series so much. I envision myself living in a tiny house in the future
or not because I’m already having issues living in a condo but maybe in time and watching this gives me courage and reminds me that in today’s time, it’s alright to not have a big house. What matters is you have a roof on top of your head with all your essentials.
I encourage you to watch this and I hope you get encouraged to live tiny. Not only will it benefit you financially, it will also help you to see what matters most in your life.
Suspicious Partner //★★★☆☆
I’m so torn with this series. It started out real good but somewhere along the way it lost me. I liked the chemistry and the push and pull of the lead stars but the whole plot was just messy.
There was just a lot going on and at times when you thought that the main problem was solved another one arises. I also don’t like how the lead character’s personality changed so drastically because of his job. When he was a prosecutor he was such a confident and cool guy but once that title was removed from him, he seemed a less confident and cool guy. Sorry, but I don’t believe that titles make up who you are. He was such a pushover when he wasn’t a prosecutor, it was a painful to watch.
The past quarter, I was able to watch a lot of series mostly because I’m almost done with all my books and there’s a lot of K-dramas on Netflix! I’m so happy that Netflix has done this because my subscription is finally worth it! Any recommendations for series to watch?