I love watching Korean drama, do you? :D. It's always a refreshment to enjoy the romance and the comedy of its story. When my addiction to K-Drama reaches the peak, I can stay awake all day long even more than 24 hours staring at my computer monitor. I pause only for taking a bath or having shalat; meals are enjoyed while watching the drama - Am I that bad? Yes yes yes :D. What can I do? The "unknown-later" story of the next episodes always forces my curiosity. And yes, my logic can't compromise :D. When I finished watching the all episodes, then I would always feel I've lost a good friend. Is that a good drama means? :D
Boarding house mates love to rent K-Drama DVDs, when we are not going home at the weekend, we love to "waste" the time together watching K-Drama. The one that we rented recently was Flower Boy Ramyun Shop (Kkotminam Ramyeongage) starred by Jung Il Woo (as Cha Chi Soo), Lee Chung Ah (as Yang Eun Bi), and Lee Ki Woo (as Choi Kang Hyuk). This drama isn't a real new, this has been broadcasted in 2011 in its home country. Even it has been broadcasted before in Indonesia, but since we weren't able to watch regularly through local tv station due to our busy schedule in campus, we could only rent the DVD :D.
I love watching K-Drama, but frankly speaking I seldom get crazy over or fall in love with the charming look of the actors. Most of them are, of course, good looking; but for me personally, many of them look too pretty and cute hehehehehe ^^v. But for the dramas' stories, undoubtedly I really enjoy and love them, geniusly romantic, amusing, and entertaining :D. I've been a fan of Lee Min Ho, but now I have to add one to the list as I LOVE Lee Ki Woo :D. He looks different from the other Korean actors, he looks more masculine, athletic, and manly hahahahah *LOL :D.
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Flower Boy Ramyun Shop narrates an amusing love story between Yang Eun Bi and Cha Chi Soo. Eun Bi is a college student who is preparing for her civil service exam with the dream of being a high school teacher. She then accidentally encounters Chi Soo, the arrogant son of the biggest food conglomerate in Korea. Eun Bi is attracted to him before she finds out that he is only a high school senior and thus several years younger than her. Eun Bi's student-teaching assignment finds her not only working at the high school that Chi Soo's family owns, but teaching his homeroom class. After losing her student-teaching assignment because of her conflicts with Chi Soo, Eun Bi starts to work at her late father's ramen shop run by Choi Kang Hyuk. Chi Soo wants to work at the restaurant as well, in order to get over his growing obsession with Eun Bi. Kang Hyuk quickly develops feelings for Eun Bi. At first, Eun Bi grows to dislike Chi Soo for his arrogance and lack of empathy, but later she finds herself more attracted to... you can guess the end :D.
As many scenes of this drama take place in the ramen shop and are about making ramen (or ramyun in Korean), it tempted me to have ramen too :D. Well... Okay, okay... It was actually Kang Hyuk (Ki Woo) oppa as a good ramen cook in the drama that has made me eager to try ramen hehehehehe. Oh please, who can resist a bowl of hearty ramen cooked by a handsome oppa? :D. I then went to the nearest Asian store and bought some packages of instant ramen with different flavors.
The two that I posted today are beef flavored ramen and kimchi ramen :D. They taste soooo good! I love ramen! ^^. Those two bowls of ramen have flared my curiosity about Korean food up. As the result, I cooked some Korean food that are ready to be posted in this blog :D. Stay tune! ^^