I’ve been watching a Korean Drama called “Full House”
The storyline is the type to get me hooked, and there are a lot of funny moments but there is something I want to say to the characters.
“Get real, Step up”
Half the problems in Dramas can be solved so easily.
Here are some great tips for drama characters.
When you feel bad, don’t go out and get drunk, you might end up married to a stranger
Make an effort in the relationship you are in, don’t let it get stale.
Date/marry someone you actually like
don’t insult the person you love. It creates misunderstandings.
I think that there is something good in dramas though.
In every good drama I’ve seen the happy ending comes because the main character/s have seen what they did wrong and truly want to change. It’s only once we’ve gained insight and taken action ourselves that we can really make a difference in our lives.
For people in Dramas I think this comes too late. (although if all the characters were following my tips it would make for some very short dramas, Boy and girl meet, they like each other, are nice to each other, the guy asks the girl out, they fall in love and get married and live a wonderful life, the end)
Honestly, I want the real (and short, less melodramatic) thing.
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I don’t want to be a character in a fairytale, drama or movie. I want to live a happy, real life.
I want to go to Jesus Lifehouse Sendai, live a great life, and meet a great guy (not necessarily in that order).
Have you ever noticed that no matter how great a drama is, it’s so unrealistic that it’s laughable?
I love watching Japanese, Taiwanese and Korean Dramas, it gives me something to talk about with friends, and the ones I watch have a ‘feel good’ factor.
But let’s face it, none of the characters are real.
There are amazing people out there though. From real life and fiction both.
There was this guy called Boaz, who fell in love with a widow called Ruth. He was older than her so he thought that he didn’t have a chance. but he still treated her like a princess without expectation. When he found out that she liked him, he did all he could in his power to get his family’s permission to marry her. They had an amazing family and everyone was affected by their love.
Call me old fashioned, but I think that it’s one of the most beautiful love stories of all time. And it’s real.
The same goes with our lives, some people just live as though they are waiting for a storyline to happen. Well I’ve got some great news for you!
You are in the middle of your own real-life drama!
Are you dreaming about unrealistic fantasies, or opening your eyes to the opportunities around you?