Kdrama Review: Are You Human Too?

Title: Are You Human Too?
Native Title: 너도 인간이니
Also Known As: Neodo Inganini , Are You Human?
Screenwriters: Jo Jung Joo
Directors: Cha Young Hoon
Genres: Romance, Sci-Fi, Fantasy
The drama tells of an android called Nam Shin III who must pretend to be the son of a rich family when the real Nam Shin falls into a coma. Nam Shin's mother, Oh Ro Ra, is a genius on brain technology and artificial intelligence (AI) so when her son, the real Nam Shin, is taken away from her at a young age, in her grief she creates an android that looks exactly like her son and has it grow up in the place of Nam Shin. But when Nam Shin, who is a third generation heir to PK group, gets in an accident and is comatose, the android Nam Shin III must learn how to take his place.

The Whimsical Olive Has Made A Comeback: A Long Overdue Explanation

You might have found it strange that this blog underwent a few changes: it became active again after an unexpectedly long hiatus. It had a name change and got some tweaks to the design. A mysterious person is writing this post. It's no secret: I've made a comeback.

I've always been a little sporadic with the posts. The reason why things are revving up again is because I finally feel inspired.  It feels like a long while back, but I started blogging in middle school when I was thirteen. Back then, books were the only place where I could find comfort through escapism because I was generally shy and reserved. Fictionally Obsessed was created because of how excessive my feelings towards books were and how necessary it felt to express those emotions which would have otherwise remained concealed. Through doing so, I discovered a wonderful community of people who felt the same way about books. So what was the reason behind the enigmatic dissapearance?

Kdrama review: Devilish Joy (2018)

Title: Devilish Joy (2018)
Native Title: 마성의 기쁨
Also Known As: Devilish Happiness , Diabolic Joy , Maseong-ui Gippeum , Devilish Charm
Screenwriters: Choi Ji Yeon
Directors: Kim Ga Ram
Genres: Comedy, Romance, Drama
Would you choose to love someone you could never remember?
Gong Ma Sung grew up in a difficult life and experienced some hardships, yet still made joy from it. He is the successor to the Sunwoo company and excels in anything to do with the cranial nerve. From his difficulties, he is respected and looked up to as a brilliant man. One day, his kindness destroys his life. Whilst trying to help a woman in trouble, he gets into an accident and life completely changes. He loses the ability to remember, his memory only limited to one day. Now, before he goes to sleep and forgets everything, he notes all events from that one day, for the next. He wakes up with no recollection of the past, and reads back on his notes to memorize.
His life changes further when he meets Joo Gi Bbeum, a once popular star, who was a celebrity and entertainer loved by all. She is not as revered as she once was, having going through a horrible experience that shaped who she is in the present, ruined her confidence and destroyed her future.

When they meet, Gong Ma sung falls in love with her and a connection is formed but how do you develop a love when every day seems like the beginning?

Review: The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood

Title: The Handmaid's Tale
Author: Margaret Atwood
Genre(s): Spectulative Fiction, Dystopian
Page Count: 311
Publication Date: March 16, 1998
Publisher: Anchor Books

Offred is a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead. She may leave the home of the Commander and his wife once a day to walk to food markets whose signs are now pictures instead of words because women are no longer allowed to read. She must lie on her back once a month and pray that the Commander makes her pregnant, because in an age of declining births, Offred and the other Handmaids are valued only if their ovaries are viable. Offred can remember the years before, when she lived and made love with her husband, Luke; when she played with and protected her daughter; when she had a job, money of her own, and access to knowledge. But all of that is gone now...