This movie became my favorite instantly, it’s perfect.
The cinematography is absolutely stunning. The plot is flawlessly well written. The transition between the present and the past is executed purely. It takes you to some of the big parts of Korean history.
I think I cried for an hour and my heart tugs at my heartstrings. I was into this man’s extraordinary life throughout scenes of laughing and weeping.
This movie is truly an epic.Beautiful.
“I wish I could be every little thing you wanted.”
Be careful of what you wish for because I am frail to trust. So don’t ruin the mood, let’s just go with our feelings all the way.
Today is the last day of June and I can’t wait to end it very soon.
See, this month is a little catastrophe to me; Why?
I will be moving to a new room with five strangers around. The rent is cheaper to compare, but oddly, I feel like lost. Maybe because I used to live with persons I knew for years and this is really something new to me. I don’t know until when it finds me comforting about the sight of strangers at home.
I’m in the state of “hibernate friendship”. A friend was wrathful at me, believing that I bullied her for something which I don’t consider of. Whatever comes in my mind, I express it bluntly, if someone sees it as hounding then what shall I do? Do I have to always say sorry? To shut up? To choose my words? To bite my tongue?
I am most grateful if someone can tell me right into my face that they don’t like me anymore, or I have hurt them so I can apologize. It’s irritating to be ignored and to take silence because this is not the way I graft my life for.
This is so exhausting when issues stands unresolved , more wearing when I have no strength to protect the relationship, when promises are made to be broken. I might end up making a wrong decision, but this is how I take my way.
I am anxious this time to whether be myself or someone else. To be myself, then they will hate me, or to pretend someone else, but feeling sorry for the not being real.
I maybe lost control over everything in my head now, but I know exactly who I am.
Take me as I am or watch me as I go.
It’s been three years since the devastating accident . . . three years since Mia walked out of Adam’s life forever.
If you have read the first book “If I Stay” or had watched the movie, then you need to know what happens next after Mia opened her eyes.
Where She Went, is the aftermath of Mia’s recovery and the pain of Adam’s promise. For me, the second book was much better than the first. The emotions were so intense that you must understand what was really going on between their hearts, why the comfort from the warmth of each other had separated them.
Where she went?
What happened to him?
What awaits them?
If you want to find out, just read.