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This post was initiated when I read one of my colleague post on the “it” drama that just ended beautifully. Yes, it is the Descendants of the Sun.

It was about the finale—which had the most epic scene so far. The scene was when Capt. Yoo Shi Jin came back from his death and found dr. Kang in the middle of some countries desert. In her confusion and relieve realizing that Capt. Yoo Shi Jin was not dead, dr. Kang just abruptly went into his hug—typical Korean Drama Scene. But the afterwards were the most amusing things dr. Kang did. Her mood swing. This video below will tell you all.


She’s cute, ain’t she? #lol

So what about the mood swing?

Well, I have no idea—a clear idea, honestly. I just feel like I have so many things in my head right now so I just don’t know how to feel and think straight. It sounds not so me, right? Hahaha…

According to Wikipedia, mood swing is an extreme or rapid change in mood. Such mood swings can play a positive part in promoting problem solving and in producing flexible forward planning. However, when mood swings are so strong that they are disruptive, they may be the main part of a bipolar disorder. I’m not saying what I experience now is a total mood swing. Even though I was just totally fine this early morning then I felt a bit down on the rest of the day.

Lots of things happened and happens these past few days. If I borrow Hermione’s saying on Ron’s emotional range in HP and Order of Pheonix, I will just explode trying to contain these all stuffs with tea spoon size of self container. LoL

Whatever it is, at one point I just need to find the way to handle it. Once I find it, it’s gonna be easy—or not. Hahaha…


See you in the next post.



Current jams:
Justin Bieber/Sorry/Love Yourself
DOTS ost
Lee Hi/My Star