(SBS 2004; alternative titles: Memories of Bali, Something Happened in Bali)
First, a big Ni Hao shout-out to all my chingus in dramaland (and a warning that what you are about to read may contain snippets of a newly discovered language I hereby dub KorChinGlish – trademark pending). Second, a happy wave to Thundie for allowing me a return trip to her blog. And finally, I’m back with a follow-up attempt to entertain you, with a K-drama review which I hope answers the age-old question everyone has been dying to know.
What the heck happened in Bali?
Ah, this was the year where I tipped over the edge into full-blown K-addiction.
Prior to that I was just an innocent hanger-on (this post explains the six stages of K-addiction; hanger-on is the second stage). But everything changed in 2004. I learned to download a drama for the first time, albeit with much hair-pulling, and I also met him. The rest, as they say, is history.
Part 5 of our Best and Worst Dramas poll brings back so many memories for me. I hope it triggers some for you, too.
(Psst, have you voted in the Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 polls yet?)