You’ve probably heard of Schitt’s Creek. I knew it existed for years but was put off by the silly name. Should have known better than to judge a TV show by it’s title! Jane the Virgin, That ’70s Show and Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place? All great comedies.
Thankfully, after multiple recommendations, I finally started watching and then ended up bingeing four seasons in a month. What I didn’t realise before I started watching Schitt’s Creek was that it’s Canadian, co-created by the great Eugene Levy and his son Dan and basically a flipped version of The Beverly Hillbillies. If that’s not incentive enough to dive in, here are 10 more reasons to watch Schitt’s Creek!
You may have noticed that we love all things Korean at Cactus Pop. Korean dramas ( K-Dramas to Watch on Netflix, Romance is a Bonus Book Recaps ), Korean music ( BTS ) and of course Korean food! With an impending trip to South Korea on the horizon, I have been dedicating quite a bit of time to researching all of the Korean foods to try (or in the case of some of the weirder dishes, foods to avoid! Wriggling raw octopus is a hard pass).
While I have been learning Hangul (the Korean alphabet) in preparation for my trip, I’m only in the early stages of learning the language and am by no means fluent (or even able say much more than hello, thank you and water in Korean).
One of my concerns is that when I get to Korea I won’t be able to remember what the Korean name is for the food I want to eat. So here you have My Ultimate List of Korean Foods to Try in South Korea! It has both the Korean and Romanised names for dishes to ensure that I will be able to muddle my way through eating all the things.
It’s the Romance is a Bonus Book finale! It’s been a sweet and sentimental, funny and, at times, sad journey, but I have truly loved every minutes of it. So, will we finally find out the truth about Kang Byeong-jun and his relationship to Seo-jun? Of course we will! This is a K-drama after all! Let’s dive in for the last time!
Second last week, everyone! And this week’s episodes hit me right in the feels – I was a teary mess, I admit it. But looks like the writers are going to keep us guessing right until the very end. So let’s go ahead and recap episodes 13 and 14 of Romance is a Bonus Book. Spoilers ahead!
We are more than halfway through Romance is a Bonus Book and there’s still so much we don’t know. Things definitely escalated in this week’s episodes – especially after last week’s cliffhanger! So let’s get this recap party started. Remember – spoilers are ahead, as always!
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Here’s what I’m hoping for in this week’s episodes of Romance is a Bonus Book: more jealous Eun-ho, some realisation from Dan-i that she’s in love with Eun-ho, and some sort of confirmation that Seo-jun is either a creep or a nice guy. Regarding Seo-jun, I’ll take either possibility – I just want to know either way. So, without further ado, let’s get into this week’s episodes. Spoilers ahead!
Well. Having seen episode 6, I’d say episode 5 almost qualifies as a ‘filler’ episode – where nothing much really happens because there’s going to be some big reveals in the following episode. And reveals there were! Let’s dive in to this week’s recap. Remember: spoilers are ahead!