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I Did A Thing

Start Up shipping wars Explained

Y’all I made a video. I am actually in it. It might get deleted tomorrow, I’m not sure. But you can watch it now if you want to. If you don’t, I completely get it. In fact, maybe don’t watch it. (Lawd, what have I done???).

This was a quarantine thing. Y’all, what is quarantine doing to meeeeeee?


The goal is to make 12 videos that are the 12 Kdramas of Christmas. I am already way behind, so hopefully I can catch up or maybe I should just switch it to the 21 Kdramas of 2021? We shall see.

Don’t expect this video to make sense either. It is all over the place. I put a time log in the description of the video to kind of help people out. U S E I T! It might save your life and pay your taxes. In fact, I’ll just post it right here:

  • 0:00 The most nonsense thing
  • 0:09 Disclaimer
  • 0:29 Introduction: Hi, I’m V from Drama Milk
  • 1:44 Start-Up Shipping Wars
  • 2:23 How the writer messed up
  • 4:06 The first episode was magic
  • 5:14 Dalmi is not that bright
  • 5:40 Do-san’s child actor is super famous y’all
  • 7:12 Dosan left Dalmi drunk in the park. Yes he did that.
  • 8:58 The Sandbox didn’t really make sense?
  • 10:39 I ship Ji-pyung and Halmoni, they are so cute! Can he be adopted?
  • 12:40 The letters!
  • 15:54 For the people who love Do-san
  • 16:29 Something else that didn’t make sense (though not a big deal)
  • 18:04 Final Thoughts
  • 20:51 OUR POSTER!

Alright, that’s it. If you want to check out the most nonsense thing Dosan did then be sure to click on 7:12. If you want to hear about why those letters disappeared never to be mentioned again then check out 12:40. If you want to hear me just spot straight nonsense then check out 10:39.

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  1. Adri
    December 15, 2020 / 10:21 pm

    OMG, you’re not even wearing a disguise! XD The second thing I’d like to say is you’re adorable, and I too have pink glasses.

    I agreed with everything you pointed out. Especially Park Hye-ryun giving Ji-pyeong a more compelling backstory and slowly phasing out the letters so the audience wouldn’t fall more in love with Ji-pyeong. And how could we forget the fact that Dal-mi never confronted her grandma about the letters? Do-san and Ji-pyeong were fully blamed, which isn’t right.

    When you brought up the watch from Radiant, I busted out laughing. I watched the first five or six episodes and can confirm the watch can take you back in time in a limited capacity. If Ji-pyeong had the watch and aged himself up or somehow aged Won-deok down, I would’ve loved Start-Up even more. I still enjoyed it though, and after accepting the fact Ji-pyeong wasn’t going to end up with Dal-mi, liked seeing her with Do-san. I adored him as a character, and want him to knit me something. It wasn’t his fault Park Hye-ryun didn’t give him a dynamic backstory.

    Anyway, looking forward to the rest of the videos in this series. I hope you decide to continue, because this was fun to watch!

    • V
      December 15, 2020 / 11:01 pm

      I am not even in super duper disguise, lol. Though I did freshen up a bit which means I took a shower and changed out of my sweats so no one will probably recognize me. 😜 I am going to try and do 12. We shall see!

      I should have mentioned Dalmi getting all upset at the boys and not mad at all at her grandmother! It was her grandmother’s idea! They did not address that one iota, for shame. Also, yes, where is that time turner aging watch when you need it.

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