What If I grab you, and push you in the bathroom, I could make out with you and tell you I love you…. And you say “It’s not gonna work, it’s not gonna work, it’s not gonna work”and I say we can work it out, we can work it out, we can work it out”



For the last couple of weeks, I have swallowed in astonishment of my own conflict between my reason and emotion. I simply thought I was living in the life where black and white clarity is well defined.  I assumed that I can insist something from my limited perspective of what is really happening around.

I know it is uncomplicated to identify what is wrong and right, I was taught by that since I was born,  but then I realized that we are all living in shades of gray.  It’s not always black and white, right and wrong, good or bad, just like there were two sides to every story and the truth was probably somewhere in between the two.

I don’t want to perplex myself anymore thinking what it really is. It’s just like we are looking at the same thing but means something different. I want to believe that some part of this world fall on shades of gray because, in every situation, there is always something hard to explain, acceptance, though it is not that simple to do, it is one of the ways to pull yourself out from distortion of confusion.

If going back to the roads means I have to believe in circumstances, then I must be, because I want to live my life in black and white and lots of grays.




Cast: Jeon Do-Yeon / Gong Yoo

A chance encounters with two people who are not free to love, who met at the right place but at the wrong time.

A one night stand that develops into something deeper.

Sweet and intimate moments you will never forget.

This movie showcases a piece of real life. Maybe this is not for everyone.  Maybe most of us would not understand.

As our protagonist struggle to follow their heart’s desire, you will realize the path is very difficult.  There are some sacrifices you have to swallow hard because, at the end of the day, it’s not just about you anymore.

A man and a woman is beautifully made. There are only a few dialogues, but everything is well conveyed.  A very emotional conflict of harsh reality.

Verdict: 9/10

Unplug me

I can smell the sweetness for the long holiday this week, and I know that my friends are waiting for my plans.  For almost seven years, I always did the run of organizing our events in every occasion we can have; Work Holidays, Birthdays, Christmas, New Year, etc.  I admit, it’s kind of tiring since I have to be flexible, patience & need to unify the group, but at the same time, it’s my fulfillment to see them laughing, enjoying & catching up things.

Unfortunately, for the past few days, I want to unplug myself from everything else.  I tried to organize my plans & thoughts, but it bores me.

Anyway, come what may.


In Response to the: Daily Post: Unplugged


Wednesday Morning

I’m going to crash your annoying face, then I realized I was working in the office. Of course, I cannot do that, I practiced professionalism for 13 years!
But sooner I will strike you, it’s not just here.

'Don't worry -- he's a trained professional.'
‘Don’t worry — he’s a trained professional.’


The Moon That Embraces the Sun (2012)

A BEAUTIFUL LOVE STORY.  That’s all I can say.


The story line was hard to resist.  My heart cried and fluttered at the same time, there are lots of scenes to keep you from getting bored.  The acting was incredible for the entire cast. My attention was fully captured and my emotions were not detached.



Verdict: 10/10