I'm a librarian who loves anime, manga, and reading a wide variety of genres.
Warning: Long post that has very little to do with reading or books. But hey, if K-dramas interest you, read on.
I've finally admitted that I'm in the midst of a vicious reading and reviewing slump. If it weren't for audiobooks (bless C.J. Cherryh's Foreigner and Daniel Thomas May's narration), I probably wouldn't be reading anything at all right now.
In an effort to work up enough emotion to hopefully break out of my reviewing slump, I'm hate-watching a Korean drama right now. It's called Noble, My Love, and the relationship dynamics are 50 Shades-esque. Not in the BDSM sense - more in the "this dude's a stalker" sense.
Here's how the first 6 episodes have gone, with spoiler tags. On the plus side, each episode is only 15 minutes - that's pretty much all the attention span I have right now:
Ep. 1 - She's a struggling veterinarian. He's a rich jerk of a CEO who should be loathed by everyone but isn't, probably because he's hot. He's at one of his advertising photo shoots when the doggie star of the shoot runs off. He finds the dog and meets the vet. They dislike each other at first sight.
Ep. 2 - Forget the dog. Now the CEO gets kidnapped.(show spoiler)
And that's as far as I've gotten. By the way, the kidnapping appears to have been completely forgotten. Who kidnapped him? Why? Eh, stalker CEO doesn't care.