Showing posts from February, 2016

Miracle In Cell No. 7

Scrolling down my blog draft I find out that a review about one of my favorite korean movie is far from finish. So here I am continuing my feelings towards one of the saddest family movie.

I heard people talking about Miracle in Cell No 7 for quite some time. But I haven't been able to spare some to look it up. Until last year when Pinocchio Kdrama was coming to and end. I was not ready to be parted with Park Shin Hye just yet. So, I searched for another dramas or movies she was in. And I came to watch Miracle in Cell No. 7.

I thought about "I am Sam" a lot for the first 15 minutes of watching it because of its main characters. The main characters were a mentally handicapped father and a loving daughter. From that moment I knew that I would shed tears as the movie went on.

I like how the director made a very intimate story about father-daughter relationship with a touch of mentally handicapped challenges and law of justice. I like how the story delivered a heartwarming y…

Dance Shoot Eat Journey in Bandung!

Remember my collaboration work with Cutting Project at the end of the year? Well, the good news is, it's still going on. I'm helping my friend to shoot another dress while we're having a contemporary workshop in Bandung at the end of January. Not to forget having a culinary and heart-talks session while we're at it. So, it was like super productive weekend we have spent in 2016 so far.

The contemporary workshop has become my regular activity every time I have a chance to fly out of Jakarta to fresh my mind. I feel this urge to attend contemporary workshop because I feel like I should learn from many contemporary dancer as much as I can. That way I can feed my soul happily.
I like how Ryan Tan and Jessica Christina inspire us young dancer to explore more, to learn more, and to feel more. We are encouraged to find which muscle to use in order to show best movements despite the choreography. I'm blessed to have them in class even for just 4 hours non-stop. :)
After da…

Currently Watching [KDrama - One More Happy Ending]

While watching Cheese In The Trap, I found out Jang Nara is in a new drama called One More Happy Ending. I gave the first 2 episodes a try and turned out I love it. Despite the casts who (I think) are not so popular for me, I like how the story goes. It's hilarious, witty, but still heart-melting. I like how they brought up the issue of marriage and its problems with a fun exposure. I'm waiting eagerly every week to see how the story goes on.

Back In Time

At the beginning of February, us Special Education Teacher managed to take a yearbook photo-shoot. This academic year theme is "Going Back to The 90s". How cool is that? So we dressed up according to what we did like when we were in the 1990s.

Morning Quotes

Nobody cares if you can't dance well. Just get up and dance.~Dave Barry

Welcoming February

Wow, January has gone by so fast. I feel like I have just spent the new year yesterday but in fact today I'm walking in the month of February already. I bet 2016 will go by in a blink that maybe tomorrow it will be December already. Phew!

Here's a recap of what I did in January:
Did a collaboration work with Cutting Project (yayness! and it's still going on. woohoo!) Posted blog regularly (I do hope this will last forever)Traveled with best-friend discovering new placesExpressed feeling wisely  I still have things to do and accomplish for this amazing year. I hope myself won't let me be lazy to make my dreams come true. Hey, self! Be motivated, will ya?