Hold a goodbye card before you enter into any kind of relationship with a person. It’s a card I never held and it led to a decade of unhealthy relationships and some plentiful sprinkles of trauma.
This show was not just entertainment for me. It wasn’t just some cheesy romance. It taught me about life, people and myself. It taught me about family, sacrifices and art. It taught me that no matter how many people rely on me or how much I mean to someone, I belong to myself. Hargun belongs… Continue reading Kdrama Review: It’s Okay To Not Be Okay