Descendants of the Sun and what LOVE truly means

Descendants of the Sun is all the craze right now and since I have found myself becoming a new convert to Koreanovelas, I found myself watching this. Guess what? I finished it in just 2 days despite my heavy workload. It was that good.

Descendants of the Sun is not just a love story. It is not just about falling in love and winning someone over. It is about meeting the one but realizing that there were challenges and initially, they both fail to pursue each other but fate has something else in mind.

It seems that when two people are fated to be together, fate will intervene. I loved this series because you could feel the emotions. I felt the pain when they turned their back on love. I felt the struggle. I felt the desires that needed to be kept in check. I felt the love. I felt the frustration.

I felt my own pains, frustrations, and longing. It may have been years ago but apparently, it's still there, easy to tap and feel. I watched this clip and I felt her pain. I felt her longing, not knowing if she would ever see him, if it's really over. I guess that since I feel the kilig watching these shows, I also am reminded of the pains of former heartaches, specifically that not so funny guy.

Watching Descendants of the Sun, I question God. Do men and women like them still exist? Is there really someone out there who can love someone and just that one person? I know I'm like that but I feel that it's just me now. Other people have all adapted and they can easily fall in love, break up, then toss aside someone and hit repeat.

I wish I meet my own Captain Yoo Si-Jin. I wish I meet and fall in love with a guy like him. He may be infuriating but he loves with so much passion and loyalty. I wish that God is just preparing me so that when he and I met, I am more than ready and he is ready for me too.

I wish.

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14 comments:

  1. This sounds like a really good show - I love tales of the longer and more rocky route to finding love. I believe that there is a match out there for everybody, though it's not always easy to find them. x

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  2. wow, sounds like a captivating show! Is this something you found on Netflix?

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    1. No. This one was on an Asian site that showcases Asian series. I hope you get to see it. I think anyone would appreciate it.

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  3. It's funny how we think something's gone but it's really just barely below the surface. It's nice to get in touch with those emotions from time to time though.

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  4. I haven't seen a single episode but I've heard a lot of good things about it! I'm really interested and I'd love to watch the entire series as soon as I get the time!

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  5. I have not heard of this show. It sounds like one that I would like to check out sometime. I will have to see if I can find it on my Roku box.

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  6. I haven't watch this show but it sounds a romantic movie. I need to check this.

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  7. Oh, I haven't seen this shows. Sounds like a very nice show, will look for this soon.

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  8. When I watch shows like that, they totally affect me to, and it always makes me wonder about things. It sounds like a great show.

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  9. This sounds like an intriguing show. Love does have an interesting way of connecting people.

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  10. Sounds like a great show! My sister loves Korean movies!

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  11. Sounds like a really great show to watch. Looks like its romantic.

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  12. Ahh! I need to tell my Mom this! She loves these kinds of soap opera!

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  13. Ahh! I need to tell my Mom this! She loves these kinds of soap opera!

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