Decided to donwload Smule again, and found a duet for song from my fave band PnE.

Mabuti pa sa lotto
May pag-asang manalo
Di tulad sayo, imposible
Prinsesa ka, ako'y dukha
Sa TV lang naman kasi may mangyayari

At kahit mahal kita
Wala akong magagawa
Tanggap ko oh aking sinta
Pangarap lang kita

Ang hirap maging babae
Kung torpe iyong lalaki
Kahit may gusto ka, di mo masabi
Hindi ako iyong tipong, nagbibigay motibo
Conservative ako kaya di maaari

At kahit mahal kita
wala akong magagawa
Tanggap ko oh aking sinta
Pangarap lang kita

[Chito and Happee:]
At kahit mahal kita (minamahal kita)
Wala akong magagawa (walang magagawa)
Tanggap ko oh aking sinta
Pangarap lang kita

Suīrán wǒ hěn ài nǐ
Wǒ méi fēnfā gàosu nǐ
Wǒ xīnzhōng yǐ yǒu oh qíng'ài
Dànshì shì wǒ de ài

[Chito and Happee:]
At kahit mahal kita (dà ài nǐ)
Wala akong magagawa (wǒ zhēn dì měi fēn fǎ)
Tanggap ko oh aking sinta
Pangarap lang kita
Pangarap lang kita
Pangarap lang

The Liar and His Lover (2017)
Geunyeoneun Geojitmaleul Neomoo Saranghae (original title)
16 episodes

Lee Hyun Woo (Moorim School, The Technicians) and Joy (from K-pop group Red Velvet) star in an adaptation of the runaway hit Japanese manga. When a genius composer with a hidden identity meets a girl with a beautiful voice, it is love at first sound. Finding true love with hidden identities, though, is a bit complicated. Kang Han Kyul (Lee Hyun Woo) is a famous, and very talented, composer. Having worked for a famous band long before they were stars, he has achieved a lot more in his youth than most do in their careers. However, he has fallen into a deep depression and no longer seems to have any motive to live. That is until he hears a voice that strikes a chord in his heart. Yoon So Rim (Joy) is a high school student. She has a voice unlike any Kang Han Kyul has ever heard. Yoon So Rim sees the pain in the sound composer's heart. Through her kindness and serenity, she convinces him to return to life. And through her voice, she makes her way into his heart. The problem, though, is that Kang Han Kyul intentionally hid his identity from Yoon So Rim. So for a man who has fallen in love, is it even possible for it to be real when you are hiding your true who you really are?

At first, I was quite hesitant to give "The Liar and His Lover" series a chance because it seemed like it might be boring, with a heavy focus on singing. However, my initial impression couldn't have been more mistaken! From the very first episode, I found myself completely hooked, captivated by the engaging storyline.

To my pleasant surprise, I later discovered that this series is based on a Japanese Manga, and there was a movie adaptation starring Takeru Satoh of "Samurai X" fame. Now, I'm excitedly hoping to watch that movie too, as this series has already won me over with its delightful blend of romance and music.

Ferdinand (2017)
PG | 1h 48min

After Ferdinand, a bull with a big heart, is mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is captured and torn from his home. Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate adventure.

Within the movie, there are certainly moments that provide humor, yet they may not leave a lasting impact in one's memory. However, "Ferdinand" delivers a powerful and enduring message, reminding us all not to judge others based solely on their physical appearance. The film beautifully portrays the significance of looking beyond external characteristics and embracing the true essence of a person or creature. Through the heartwarming journey of Ferdinand, we learn the importance of empathy, understanding, and acceptance, qualities that resonate deeply and continue to inspire long after the movie ends. "Ferdinand" serves as a heartening reminder of the strength that lies in compassion and the beauty of embracing diversity in all its forms.

Justice League (2017)
PG-13 | 2h

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes-Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash-it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

Despite my high expectations, I must admit that I was somewhat disappointed with the lack of awesome battle scenes in this movie, considering it boasted a lineup of six powerful superheroes. While I anticipated epic showdowns, the movie seemed to fall short in delivering the action-packed moments I had hoped for. Nonetheless, the film still had its moments and enjoyable aspects, but I couldn't help but feel that it had the potential for much more thrilling battles that could have truly showcased the collective strength and abilities of these iconic superheroes.


Coco (2017)
PG | 1h 45min

Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family's ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, a legendary singer.

Despite his family's baffling generations-old ban on music, Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead following a mysterious chain of events. Along the way, he meets charming trickster Hector, and together, they set off on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel's family history. -- Written by Disney/Pixar

As I watched this movie for the first time, it evoked memories of "The Book of Life," where the main character also journeyed through the land of the dead. The poignant moment when one soul disappeared because no living person remembered him touched my heart deeply, leading me to reflect on my own family. I couldn't help but think of my father, grandparents, and great-grandparents, who have departed from this world.

The film's portrayal of Dia De Los Muertos resonated with me, and it inspired a desire to practice and celebrate this meaningful tradition to honor and remember my loved ones who have passed away. The idea of connecting with their memories and cherishing their legacy through this beautiful celebration is a heartwarming way to keep their spirits alive in our hearts. This movie has truly left a lasting impact on me, instilling a sense of appreciation for the significance of Dia De Los Muertos and the power of remembrance.

Poolhawooseu Teikeu 2 (2012)
30min | 32 episodes

Full House Take 2 is a 2012 South Korean television series that was jointly produced by Korean, Chinese and Japanese companies. It aired on Japan's TBS-cable affiliate TBS Channel 2, and South Korean cable channel SBS Plus.

A hapkido teacher named Jang Man-ok (Hwang Jung-eum; Man-ok means "full house" in Hanja) poses as a stylist for top idol group TAKE ONE and moves into the band's luxurious house, which superstar musician Lee Tae-ik (No Min-woo) inherited from his father. A love triangle emerges as Lee vies against fellow band member Won Kang-hwi (Park Ki-woong) for Jang’s affection

After completing "The Girl Who Sees Smells," I couldn't resist diving into another Kdrama. Remarkably, this marks the 4th Kdrama I've watched this month alone, and we're barely into the second week of March! Talk about a Kdrama binge, lolz.

I stumbled upon this new drama on VIKI and was instantly intrigued by the unique characters and their distinctive hairstyles and outfits, setting it apart from the usual Kdramas I've seen. What's even better is that each episode is only 30 minutes long—perfect for quick and captivating viewing!

Little did I know that the real hook would arrive when I reached around 1/4 of the way through the 32 episodes. From that point on, I was completely engrossed, and true to form, I finished this addictive Kdrama in just two days! The captivating storyline and engaging characters kept me glued to the screen, making it impossible to resist the temptation of a marathon viewing session, lolz.

The Girl Who Sees Smells (2015)
Naemsaereul Boneun Sonyeo (original title)
16 episodes

Detective Tae Ho lost his younger sister to a barcode-murder case and lost his ability to taste, smell, and feel pain. He then meets Oh Cho Rim, the only witness to the murder case who possesses a special sense: she can see smells.

"The Girl Who Sees Smells" marks my third Kdrama series for this month, and I must say, Shin Se-Kyung's acting here surpasses her performance in "Bride of the Water God." However, it's Min Namgoong's portrayal of his character that truly stands out, leaving a lasting impression.

The series' plot twists kept me thoroughly entertained and eagerly anticipating each new episode. I was so engrossed that I managed to finish the entire series in just three days, even though I secretly wished I could have binge-watched it all in one sitting if not for my work responsibilities, lolz.

Shopping King Louie (2016)
Shopingwang Looi (original title)
16 episodes

An heir used to shopping away his grief finds himself trapped in Seoul with no memory and no one to help him except a sweet, rural girl who teaches him the value of a life without money.

After immersing myself in the world of "Man to Man," I eagerly delved into this new series, making it my second Kdrama for the month.

I was delighted to see Nam Ji-hyun once again, as it marked my second time witnessing her talent in a series. I had previously seen her in "Suspicious Partner," which aired just a year after this one. Surprisingly, despite the relatively short time gap between the two series, she appeared remarkably youthful in this one, as if there were years in between.

The male lead's exceptional portrayal of his character was truly commendable, leaving a strong impression on me. Moreover, reuniting with Oska (Yoon Sang-Hyun) brought a sense of nostalgia, as I first encountered him in "Secret Garden." Seeing him in this series added to the overall enjoyment, infusing the drama with familiar faces and fond memories.

Man to Man

Man to Man (2017)
Maen Too Maen (original title)
16 episodes

A secret agent works under cover as a bodyguard and is forced to deal with both national security missions as well as a temperamental superstar.

The bromance scenes were an unexpected delight, and I couldn't help but find them more amusing than the scenes involving the lead couple, lolz. The subtle camaraderie between the characters brought a unique charm to the series, leaving me eagerly anticipating their interactions. The humor and chemistry shared by the male characters added an extra layer of enjoyment to the drama, and I found myself eagerly waiting for those hilarious moments to unfold. While the lead couple's scenes were undoubtedly significant to the plot, it was the bromance that stole my heart and kept me thoroughly entertained throughout the show.