Book Review: Kim Ji-Young, Born 1982

I love Korean and Japanese translated books. I am also a feminist who is tired of explaining the need and essence of feminism. So when I came across the book Kim Ji-Young, Born 1982 by Cho Nam-Joo, I was super excited to get my hands on it. Kim Ji-young is the most common name for Korean women… Continue reading Book Review: Kim Ji-Young, Born 1982

Itaewon Class: Why I Love Park Sae-Ro-Yi

Itaewon Class was one of the best kdramas of 2020 (yet) and Park Sae-Ro-Yi one of my favourite male protagonists ever. This post focuses on why. You can check out my in-depth kdrama review of Itaewon Class here. And now… 1. Courage to live life on his terms Following your beliefs, ambition…it’s not all glorious or… Continue reading Itaewon Class: Why I Love Park Sae-Ro-Yi

Kdrama Review: It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

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

Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started My First Job: Money Edition I

Yes, there a going to be a *couple* editions since NO ONE EVER TAUGHT US ANYTHING WE ACTUALLY NEEDED TO KNOW.So, hello, welcome, my fresh graduates or soon to be graduates, or those overachieving 12th graders reading this. And of course the folks like me, lingo-ing their way in the first few years of “adulting”… Continue reading Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started My First Job: Money Edition I

Book Review: The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo

Rating: 4 stars Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Historical fiction, LGBTQ+ Book Aesthetic: Wearing emeralds and sipping champagne, knowing the kind of power you have over people, making decisions disregarding society and their expectations, living life on your terms and doing whatever it takes for love. I have always been the kind of person who can differentiate between the characters… Continue reading Book Review: The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo

Book Review: Such A Fun Age By Kiley Reid

It’s been a while since I read a contemporary 4-star book! And not to sound like a book snob or whatever, but I’m very anal about how many stars I give to a book. It manages to talk about a lot of important things such as racism and the financial implications of adulting without it… Continue reading Book Review: Such A Fun Age By Kiley Reid

5 Reasons You MUST Read The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

What’s a good book, what’s a bad book? My favourite book could be the one you couldn’t even get yourself to finish! Hence, I think it’s best if you gauge for yourself if you want to read a book like this with the following 5 reasons. To know what I personally think of The Subtle… Continue reading 5 Reasons You MUST Read The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

Book Review: The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck

The thing about self help books is that most of them talk about the same things in different ways. For example,Self Help book #1 The colour is blue.Self Help book #2 Blue is the colour. Mark Manson, in his book, already assumes that you know about the colour being blue. And with that assumption he goes on to… Continue reading Book Review: The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck

Kdrama Review: Her Private Life

One of the best Kdramas of 2019 You know when you want adult kdramas that are relatable but also give you all the butterflies and are funny? Her Private Life is the epitome of it. Plot This kdrama starts off by introducing us to Sung Deok Mi, a 30-something art curator who seems to live… Continue reading Kdrama Review: Her Private Life