NTT Solmare’s Shall We Date? Obey Me: One Master to Rule Them All was released on December 12, 2019. You are a human partaking in a year-long exchange program within the Devildom with one other human and two angels—as a means for the three realms to live in harmony. While you are participating, you start to create pacts with the embodiments of the seven deadly sins as a means to help release one of the avatars of the seven deadly sins. There are two mysteries: why was that avatar locked up in the first place and why were you chosen to participate in this exchange? So far, there are 14 chapters, but they’re still working on adding more chapters within the game.
With 2019 ending and 2020 being around the corner, it is time to set resolutions/ goals. Now, 2019 was one hell of a year, yes, but there were many positive things that happened as well (as I have mentioned in my 2019 takeaways). I was able to meet my goals/ resolutions to some extent,… Continue reading Goals for 2020: Year and Decade
With 2019 ending and New Years being right around the corner, I decided to look back on what I’ve been able to achieve/ learn throughout the year before I write about my goals. Now, as a blogger, I did achieve my resolutions/goals to a certain extent, but I was able to achieve more things on… Continue reading Takeaways from 2019
Busted is a Korean variety show on Netflix which aired in May 2018 and ended in June 2018. The main cast consists of Yoo Jae-Suk (Running Man), Ahn Jae-Wook (actor), Kim Jong-Min (2 Days & 1 Night), Lee Kwang-Soo (Running Man), Park Min-Young (actress), Ooh Sehun (Exo), and Kim Se-Jeong (Gugudan). The show is about… Continue reading Busted Season 2- Series Review
Hey guys! Long-time no see! I hope you all are doing well. This is just going to be an update since I haven’t been consistent with my posts for the past month or so. I really wanted the next post to be anime related, but I ended up having so many ideas at once that… Continue reading I’M STILL ALIVE!!! -UPDATE
This past week has been filled with so many new releases. Some good—some bad. However, one topic seemed to overpower them all—chickens.
Hotel Del Luna is a Korean romantic, suspenseful drama released in July 13th of this year and finished airing two months later (September 1st—today as I am writing this). Manweol becomes the owner of a hotel where the guests are all dead (save for a few exceptions that are seen within a few episodes). 1,300… Continue reading Hotel Del Luna- Final Review