Episode 42: The Dead Fiancé’s Heart
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Alright, so we just wanted to announce after a lot of thought, we’ve decided to give the weekly format of the podcast a try. From here on out, until we hear or decide otherwise, we’re splitting the podcast into two parts. Yes, the pocast will (dear lord, hopefully) be shorter, for those of you who love the podcast (and thank, thank, thank you) never fear! Teeeechnically this means you’ll be getting more kchat for your buck—as we’re aiming for about an hour per episode. Since we’ll be recording it all at once, the format will go like this, part one will be what we’re watching and a short topic and then part 1.5 will be topics. Why are we doing this? Well, we’ve noticed that our episodes are getting longer with less topics. (Apparently, Cherry and I can get our chat on.)
So, in this podcast we’re going to be talking about what we’re watching, mourn Junsu’s new relationship status (or maybe that’s just Stephanie), get cranky over BTS (again, probably just Stephanie), plan a new bonus episode on a movie we both watched and love and want to spoil the crap out of with friends, and then realize just how many dramas we’re both currently watching which features a dead fiancé’s heart. Hmmm…
Song of a Day
Run (Live) – BTS
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Answer Me 1988
Shan Shan Comes to Eat
Boss and Me
Falling For Innocence
Ai No Kotodama
Ai No Kotodama 2
Someone Like You
Can You Hear My Heart
In a Good Way
Cheese in the Trap
Love Me if You Dare
Royal Daughter in Law
My Friend is Still Alive
Lee Sung Kyung
Jung Kyung Ho
Lee Kwang Soo
Song Ji Hyo
Cheese in the Trap Spoiler Post
This is the post that Cherry found when she needed to know why the guy was acting like a creepy psycho. Remember, spoilers abound, don’t read if you don’t want to be spoiled.
My Friend is Still Alive Review by The Fangirl Verdict
Stephanie should apologize to the following
- Cherry, for basically falling asleep on you.
- Listeners for, right off the bat running over the clock. She tells herself that it’s just because we had to annoounce the new format, but who are we kidding? (No. NO!)
- Jacqueline, for maligning your taste in dramas.
- BTS. For… nothing. You know what you did, and you should be ashamed.
- Junsu. She guesses she should apologize for being so cranky about your relationship. She wishes you and that girl well…..kind of. Don’t push it.