I finished watching these two dramas this week. Let me introduce them through their OSTs. Each one has its own charm and captures the essence of the series.
Neiro by FLOW – 幸色のワンルーム Sachiiro no One Room OST Sachiiro no One Room (幸色のワンルーム) is grime, almost indie-like. It’s twisted and real. At the same time, like many Japanese works, it talks about the tragic beauty of a fleeting moment. It makes your heart ache and forces you to reflect on your life. Then you wonder if the silver lining is actually a silver lining and not some delusion.
Take Me On (남자친구) by SALTNPAPER (솔튼페이퍼) – Encounter OST Park Bo Gum’s character is #BoyfriendGoals. He raised the bar way up high. He waited for her to open her heart. This drama is sweet and soulful. It’s calm and warm. It makes you aware of your feelings. It is part of my Top 10 Korean Dramas of 2018. “I want to show you a side of you that only you are unaware of.”💗 “Thank you for being brave.” 💗
I just finished watching the live-action movie 「アヤメくんののんびり肉食日誌」or literally Ayame-kun’s Easygoing Meat Diet Diary. It was cute in a nerdy way. Thanks to this movie I discovered Edda. I enjoyed the main theme 「ディストランス」 and the insert song 「魔法」, which were both sung by her. I love her voice and music.
Fortunately, it’s on Spotify. The only decent copy online that I found of 「ディストランス」 is this dance video.
I suddenly missed this. It’s Gonna Rain by Bonnie Pink is still my favorite Rurouni Kenshin OST. Makimachi Misao is still my favorite RK character. Misao x Aoshi is still my favorite RK ship. 😘
When I was a kid, one of my dreams was to create anime opening and ending sequences. Although I don’t have the talent to draw manga, I can write decent story lines and dialogues, as well as play music. If you noticed, I’m also fond of summarizing and compiling things, so creating short previews and teasers seem fascinating to me. I also watch out for creative opening and ending credit scenes in movies. I don’t know what happened to that dream. 今まで何やってるの私？