Sunday, 9 July 2023

Interview with Itunnu: The Blogger Promoting the Beauty of K-Dramas


Korean dramas have become the ultimate favorites among females in Nigeria, captivating audiences with their intriguing storylines, aesthetics, humor, and romance. The rising popularity of K-dramas can be attributed to their unique charm and the valuable life and love lessons they impart.

Kdramaswithitunnu is one of the platforms that beautifully showcases the essence of these series. Itunnu shares K-drama recommendations, reviews of her watched dramas, top drama lists in various genres, news and trends about South Korean actors, download locations for K-dramas, and much more.

To delve deeper into Itunnu's inspiration and profound love for Korean culture, Maryam Nitty Wall brings us an interview filled with fun and curious questions.

Q: Tell us more about yourself.

A: Hello! My name is Raji Omobolaji, popularly known as Itunnu. I am a fresh graduate from the university, finally! I am a freelance photographer and image editor with almost 4 years of experience. I am also a content creator on YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram with a good amount of following. As you know, I am a huge fan of the Korean culture. I am particularly excited about everything that concerns it. From K-pop to K-drama to K-food, and the like. I am so excited about this interview and I look forward to answering all your questions!

Q: Each of us has that enlightening moment when our love for something or someone becomes indescribable. Can you recall when you realized your passion for South Korean dramas?

A: Of course. My passion for K-dramas started when I was in my final year in Primary School. That is almost 13 years now. I used to watch K-dramas on CDs because I was not using an internet phone back then. I cannot properly recall how I got my hands on the ‘Boys Over Flower’ compact disk but that was my first K-drama and I know it was also the first of so many others. I took a liking to the second lead who was called ‘Ji-ho Sunbae’ in the drama, while everyone fell for the main lead, ‘Gu Jun-pyo’. The drama caught my attention so much in terms of high school, comedy, friendship, romance, and unrequited love. After that drama, I went to get more dramas that featured the leads from ‘BOF’ and that was how I got pulled into the world of K-dramas and I don’t regret it one bit.

Q: What motivated you to create a platform centered around K-Dramas and everything in between?

A: It first started when I randomly posted how I felt about a K-drama called ‘Yumi’s Cells’ in the middle of 2022. Prior to that, I always made a few posts about my interest in Korean culture. Most especially about K-food and K-pop. PS: I am an Army, so I used to post about BTS sometimes. So, after posting about ‘Yumi’s Cells’, I realized that video got quite a lot of views. It made me excited that a few people took an interest in my opinion. After that, I posted 2 edits of a K-drama I did myself, because I love editing videos and I was good at it to an extent. Those videos blew up too. I got almost 700k views on one and a little over 10k on the other. I made more and more videos around K-dramas- reviews, recommendations, and everything in-between and now, I can boast of a community.

Q: You must have explored movies from various regions. How do K-Dramas stand out in comparison?

A: K-dramas have managed to give us quality despite the quantity. Not just quality, they also give their audiences a chance to connect with the actors on a deeper level. I am always able to understand each actor’s emotions, feelings, and dialogues. Not just from the protagonists, but also the antagonists. In K-dramas, the actors, especially the male actors, are sometimes made to be vulnerable. What I mean is, in K-dramas, men cry, show emotions, express their feelings, and so on. That is something most shows from other countries, especially my country, lack. Also, we get a background story to actors in K-dramas properly. I can’t speak for all K-dramas, but for most I’ve seen.

Q: I've noticed that you not only adore South Korean dramas but also have a deep appreciation for their culture as a whole. What aspects of their culture do you find particularly fascinating?

A: Their food, oh my goodness! I love how they have so many side dishes that complement their main dishes. As a Korean lover living in Nigeria, I made it my mission to try as much K-food as I can even before going to South Korea someday. Some of which are; Kimchi, Tteokbokki, Ramyeon, Jjajangmyeon (Black Bean Noodles), Korean BBQ, Kimbap, Potato Jeon, Tofu Stew, Beef Fried Rice, Kimchi Fried Rice, some side dishes, and drinks like Boba Tea and Soju, of course! Other aspects that fascinate me are; their music and music videos, their language, and their fashion, both the ancient and the modern.

Q: It's impressive that you understand and even speak the Korean language! How did you acquire this skill? Was it a conscious effort on your part, or did you pick it up while watching K-dramas?

A: Well, I would not call myself an expert yet. I am still learning the language to be much more fluent. You can say I picked up some words while watching K-dramas but that is not enough to learn the language well. I took to Google, YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, Phone Applications, got some textbooks and every material I could find to help me learn the language. I also have some Nigerian and Korean friends that help me with learning. I am not 100% fluent yet but I hope to be in a few months to come. I mean, learning a new language at this age is not an easy feat, especially as an adult with a lot of distractions but I keep learning to get better.

Q: Could you share your top 5 all-time favorite K-dramas, in no specific order?

A: Reply 1988, It’s Okay Not To Be Okay, 100 Days My Prince, My Liberation Notes, The Healer. It took me a lot not to mention more!

Q: Who are your top 5 Korean actors?

A: Anyone that knows ‘Itunnu’ will know that Ji Chang-Wook is my all-time favorite. Others include; Lee Jae-wook, So Ji-sub, Son Ye-jin and Seo Ye-ji. These are just my personal favorites. I have so many more favorites but we’ll stop at those five.

Q: South Korea is renowned for its exceptional cuisine. Watching their movies, I fell in love with noodles! What are your top 3 South Korean dishes?

A: All types of Ramen, Tteokbokki, and Tofu Stew. Out of the ones I’ve tasted, those three stand out for me.

Q: If you had to choose just one K-drama to watch for the rest of your life (although we hope  that never happens:), which one would it be?

A: It would be Reply 1988. That drama just has everything it should have and more! Romance, friendship, family, comedy, youth, adulthood, and many more. The togetherness of the characters is such a beautiful thing! They laugh, cry, love, eat, and play together. What I love the most is their concern for each other like one big family. It is a drama I wish I can forget all memories of, so I can watch it all over again.

Q: While K-dramas can be enjoyable, cheesy, and sometimes silly, they often convey profound life lessons. What lessons have you learned about living and loving from these dramas?

A: “Do what you want to do. Those that hate you will, and those that love you will. The most important thing is to place less importance on the haters and focus on what makes you happy.”

Q: Apart from their captivating storylines and delectable dishes, Korean actresses' fashion sense is truly remarkable. Who, in your opinion, is the most fashionable actor or actress?

A: To be honest, I don’t think I can answer this. They are all so good at fashion like they were born for it. I get jealous most times like, how can y’all be this good at dressing even when they aren’t putting in so much effort? I know they have stylists and whatnot, but regardless of that, they all dress so good! There’s something about South Koreans and fashion, even skincare. They’re like at the top of the game for me, every one of them.

Q: Last year, you hosted an incredible Korean-themed event (which I wish I had attended). Do          you have any plans to host another event in the near future?

A: Oh definitely! We will host one by the end of the year 2023 by God’s grace. It will be as fun as always. I am looking forward to planning everything with my amazing team.

Q: Please share your social media platforms so that curious readers can connect with you and engage with your enriching content.

A: Okay, thank you very much for having me. It is an amazing opportunity to be featured on your blog while talking about what I love.


My TikTok handle is @itunnu_

My Instagram handle is @kdramaswithitunnu

My YouTube channels are Kdrama Talk With Itunnu and Itunnu’s Vlog

Friday, 9 June 2023

Habits to Become an Early Riser: Your Guide to a Happier, Healthier Life

When it comes to being an early riser, most people think it’s a nice thing to do on the weekend, not something you should do every day. In fact, some people feel so strongly about their aversion to waking up early that they have created entire websites dedicated to hating mornings and other early risers. But there are many benefits to waking up early – from getting more time in your day to improving your productivity at work and home. Let’s check out why you need to become an early riser!

There are many habits that can help you become an early riser, but here are seven key ones to start with. If you begin implementing these into your daily routine, you’ll be amazed at how quickly they can change your life and make waking up early easier.

  • Wake Up and Go to Bed at the Same Time Every Day
Before you can become an early riser, you have to have an established time to go to sleep every night. And then you have to wake up at the same time every morning. Your body has a natural rhythm, and you need to allow it to naturally fall into it. By having a sleep schedule, your body will begin to crave the sleep it needs and will crave waking up at the same time every day. This is a very helpful habit to have, and it’ll put you on the right path to becoming an early riser.

  • Have a Morning Ritual

Your morning ritual is important for a lot of reasons, but one of the most prominent is that it gives you something to look forward to every morning. When you have a ritual that you do each morning, you’ll get excited about it and look forward to it. This will help you become more consistent with your morning rituals and make waking up early easier.
  • Make Your Bedroom a Comfort Zone
Your bedroom should be a place where you feel relaxed. If the things in your bedroom are stressing you out, then it’s time to change things up. It’s important to make your bedroom a comfort zone so that when you go to sleep, you’ll be in a relaxed state of mind and sleep better at night. You may want to consider changing the color of your walls, rearranging your furniture, or getting new sheets—whatever you need to do to create a more comfortable environment in your bedroom. This is a key habit you should start today if you want to become an early riser.

  • Eat a Good Breakfast - A good breakfast can do wonders for your mood, energy levels, and productivity during the day. When you eat a good breakfast, you’ll find it easier to get out of bed in the morning, and you’ll have more energy to get things done throughout the day. A good breakfast should be balanced and contain protein, fibre, and healthy carbs. Cereal, while a popular breakfast choice, doesn’t have enough protein to keep you going all morning. Eggs and yogurt are great options, as are granola and oatmeal.
  • Exercise in the Morning - The best time to exercise is in the morning because it can help you become an early riser. You’ll feel more energized and have more motivation to tackle the rest of your day after a good workout. Plus, exercising in the morning will help you get more done during the day, since you won’t be as exhausted after a workout as you would if you had waited to exercise at the end of the day.
  • Let There Be Light - If you work best in the dark, you can become an early riser. But you need to let there be light. When you’re ready to start your day and you want to flip on the lights, you’ll be able to see and be more productive. If you work better in the dark, you may want to consider getting blackout curtains or other window coverings to make your room darker.
When you have a consistent morning routine, you’ll have a consistent day. This will make it easier for you to become an early riser and get the most out of your day. You may find that by becoming an early riser, you’ll have more time in your day, and you’ll feel happier and more productive because of it. You’ll also be setting yourself up for a healthier lifestyle by creating a routine that you can fall into each day. When you become an early riser, you’ll have time to do more in your day, and you’ll feel happier and more productive as a result. You’ll also be setting yourself up for a healthier lifestyle by creating a routine that you can fall into each day.

Friday, 14 April 2023

The Late-Sleeper, Obsessed Taraweeh Observer, and Lover of Swallow: 3 Muslims Share their Ramadan Routines

During the blessed and holy month of Ramadan, my daily routine shifts - for example, on weekends I'm usually in bed by 9:30 pm, whereas in other months I often stay up later, engaging in various activities before retiring for the night.

Without a doubt, Ramadan is a unique month that sets itself apart from the rest of the year. What is your routine like during this blessed month? Do you spend the night in prayerful reflection, observing taraweeh, and immersing yourself in the imam's melodious voice? Or do you stay up all night, engaging in tahajjud? What kind of meals do you enjoy most, and what about Ramadan brings you the most joy? Its incomparable mercy, unparalleled peace, bountiful provisions, and infinite joy are truly something to behold.

We have invited some Muslims to share their unique Ramadan routines with us. From those who love to savour the deliciousness of swallow to the devoted Muslim who spends their nights in prayerful Taraweeh, hear how they strive to create harmony between their personal and spiritual obligations throughout the holy month.



Two words to describe your mood when Ramadan approaches:

Excited & Hopeful.


What, to you, is the best part of the holy month?

The month of Ramadan is an amazing experience for both Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Muslims who are not so religious during other months strive to become better during Ramadan. I recently came across this chart that analyzed the level of atrocities people commit every month. It was so high in other months, but when it got to the month of Ramadan, the atrocities were so reduced that the chart was flat. We've even seen the streets of London decorated to celebrate the commencement of Ramadan, which makes it all the more special.


What time do you wake up during the holy month? What time do you sleep?

For the first twenty days, I woke up at around four in the morning to pray tahajjud, do dhikr, and read the Qur'an before having sahur at five. My sleep schedule varies, as I often read the Qur'an at night due to my work during the day, but I generally try to go to bed earlier than usual.

How has your sleeping pattern changed since Ramadan commenced?

Since the start of the fast, my sleeping pattern has drastically changed: I now sleep early and wake up early, and I even take naps during the day to make up for the lost hours at night.

Tell us about a particular favorite activity you enjoy performing in Ramadan. Do you read, watch videos, or hang out with friends?

Before Ramadan began, I used to only open the Qur’an for hifz (memorization) and murajjah (revision). However, during this blessed month, I have taken the time to appreciate the Qur’an by actually reading it.


What kind of meals do you enjoy eating for sahur and iftar?

For sahur, I relish hot semo and egusi soup, accompanied by succulent goat meat. I don't have a particular preference when it comes to iftar, as I enjoy a variety of delicacies. Nonetheless, I'm especially fond of fried foods such as fried eggs and potatoes. 


Two words to describe your mood when Ramadan approaches.

Delighted and Anxious.

What, to you, is the best part of the holy month?

The night of Laylatul Qadr. It's my favorite part of the holy month. 

What time do you wake up during the holy month? What time do you sleep?

Mostly, I get up by 4:30 to prepare for sahur, and afterward, I observe the fajr prayer before going back to sleep (which depends on the day's schedule).

How has your sleeping pattern changed since Ramadan commenced?

Of course, it has. Before Ramadan began, I stayed up late a lot. Sometimes I go to bed by 11 p.m. or 12. Nowadays, I'll be deep in my sleep by 9 p.m.

Tell us about a particular favorite activity you enjoy performing in Ramadan. Do you read, watch videos, or hang out with friends?

I enjoy reading a lot. But lately, that's all I seem to do.

What kind of meals do you enjoy eating for sahur and iftar?

I don't have a specific preference for the types of meals I enjoy during iftar and sahur. I enjoy eating spontaneously.

Reveal your most beloved form of worship.

Waking up while the night is silent and praying to Allah. 


Two words to describe your mood when Ramadan approaches:

Anxious & Hopeful.

What, to you, is the best part of the holy month?

The fact that every Muslim, irrespective of their level of faith, takes individual steps to please Allah and maximize the benefits of the holy month. It is inspiring to witness how many Muslims, through small acts, strive to do things they wouldn't normally do, such as abstaining from music or staying up late to pray tahajjud. Ramadan is a reminder that Muslims can strive to do better for themselves and others and to prepare for the afterlife.

What time do you wake up during the holy month? What time do you sleep?

At the start of Ramadan, I make an effort to wake up at 4:00 am, pray a few rak'ahs, and prepare for Sahur. Lately, however, I have been having difficulty waking up on time. I am thankful for the last 10 days and the opportunity to make a change. Additionally, I have adjusted my nightly routine to ensure that I can wake up at a reasonable hour for tahajjud and sahur rather than sleeping late like I do during other months.

How has your sleeping pattern changed since Ramadan commenced?

Since the beginning of Ramadan, my sleep cycle has been significantly altered, yet my body is adjusting to the new routine of rising, sleeping, and eating.

Tell us about a particular favorite activity you enjoy performing in Ramadan. Do you read, watch videos, or hang out with friends?

I read Islamic books and watch inspiring videos. I also enjoy reading the Qur’an and staring at Muslims storming the mosque for the taraweeh prayers. 

What kind of meals do you enjoy eating for sahur and iftar?

I enjoy eating light meals for Sahur, like rice and pasta. I also enjoy eating eba. Rice and pasta are also my go-to meals for Iftar. 


Sunday, 19 March 2023

5 Notable Art Galleries in Lagos

Welcome to the captivating world of art galleries in Lagos, Nigeria! This vibrant and diverse city is a treasure trove of culture, art, and entertainment and is home to some of the most awe-inspiring art galleries in the world. Visiting art galleries is an enriching experience, as it encourages one to explore different worldviews and ideas while developing emotional intelligence. To help you experience the best of the art galleries in Lagos, I have compiled a list of the top five that you must visit. 


Nike Art Gallery

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2, Elegushi Rd., Ikate 2
nd Round-about, Epe Expressway, Lagos

What is a list of art galleries without the Nike Art Gallery topping the list? Boasting one of the largest art collections in West Africa, the Nike Art Gallery is a must-see for any art enthusiast. Owned by renowned Nigerian artist Nike Davies Okundaye, this four-story building houses thousands of artworks from both Nigerian and foreign artists. Visitors are not allowed to bring personal cameras into the gallery, as this is prohibited to protect the work of the artists. But, if you’re looking for a break, the gallery also has an onsite café where you can purchase refreshments. Before you leave, make sure to visit the ‘tie and die’ section of the gallery for a truly unique experience.


Osh Gallery

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Herbert Macaulay Road, Yaba

If you're an art enthusiast, you'd definitely want to explore the privately owned, popular art gallery established in 2013. Osh Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in Lagos, Nigeria. The gallery was established in 2001 to promote the work of emerging and established Nigerian and African artists. The gallery features a wide range of work, including paintings, sculptures, photography, multimedia works, installations, and performances. Osh Gallery strives to create a platform for artists to share their work and engage with the public. The gallery also hosts regular exhibitions, talks, and lectures to educate the public about art and culture. Osh Gallery is a great place to explore the vibrant art scene of Lagos, Nigeria.

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Terra Kulture

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Established in 2004 by Bolanle Austen-Peters, Terra Kulture is a renowned cultural centre renowned for promoting Nigerian culture, art, languages, and entertainment. It is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking to explore Nigerian culture, where they can purchase African-themed books and items. Furthermore, visitors should not miss out on their delicious jollof rice and fried plantains - a treat that they won't regret!


Rele Gallery

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Lagos Island

The "Rele Gallery" in Lagos is an unmissable destination for art lovers. Here, you can explore a range of contemporary and extraordinary artworks that will help redefine your understanding of art. Whether you are looking for a unique experience or simply want to be inspired, Rele Gallery is the perfect place to visit in the city.


 Art Twenty One

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1415 Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Kuramo Waters, Victoria Island

The Caline Chagoury-managed art gallery in Lagos is one of the newest additions to the city's vibrant art scene. With the aim of pushing Lagos to the top of the international art scene, the remarkable gallery is working to contribute to the growth of the art world in Lagos.

Do you want to immerse yourself in the world of art galleries? Visit one of them on the weekend and share your experience with us if you have already had the chance to explore one of them.

Sunday, 29 January 2023

Our Most Memorable Moments, Top Books, Gripping Movies & TV Shows of 2022

About five months ago, I read a beautiful quote that summed up how I had been living and thriving. What had kept me going despite life's ups and downs.

We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” 

I remember vividly how I had excitedly sent a message to my sisters when a lady complimented my new outfit. Lagos traffic had been bizarre, and commuting home that day was one of my worst experiences in Lagos. But the moment my eyes twinkled with delight when someone appreciated my green-coloured gown and the way I had relayed the news kept me going. Or, was it the amazing moment I shared with a long-time friend? The great meals we had together, the life stories we shared, and the way I laughed until my stomach hurt?

We do indeed survive based on the stories we tell ourselves. The remarkable books we read and keep gushing about, the lovely movies and TV shows that leave us in awe and amazement, and the deep conversations we have with our loved ones. 

My sister and I share our most memorable moments, best books, and gripping movies and TV shows of 2022. I hope this list keeps you entertained and buoys you to seek happiness and joy in places you never expect. Enjoy! 


Most Gripping Book: It has to be ‘A Man Called Ove’ by Frederik Backman. I look up to elderly people who have experienced both the joy and adversities of life, and I believe that there is a multitude of lessons that can help every youth navigate through the complexities of life. ‘A Man Called Ove’ is a beautiful and emotional novel that will make you chuckle and also leave you in tears. You’ll definitely fall in love with Ove and snigger at his eccentric beliefs.

Most Memorable Moment: Haha! That would be when I spent time with an old friend, Hassan. He’s a simple, kind, and funny person, and you can never get bored hanging out with him. I thoroughly enjoyed how much I was ‘myself’ as we visited places like Raddison Blu and how he loudly exclaimed, ‘Abeg, let’s go to a more affordable eatery and eat good food!

Best Movie: Call me someone obsessed with old people. I really don’t mind! But, my favourite movie of 2022 has to be The Bucket List, a story detailing how two terminally-ill 65-ish men, with only six months to live, decided to explore the world and fulfill their dreams. It’s a movie I can watch over and over again. Plus, who wouldn’t love a movie that Morgan Freeman narrates?


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Favourite TV Show: Last year consisted of completing loads of activities and actualising innumerable goals. How else could one relax after a long day than by watching a funny South Korean drama? Welcome to Waikiki was everything I needed to keep me happy and cheerful.

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Best Buy: It has to be the sky blue mug I purchased. It’s lovely, portable, and the right fit for the amount of tea I consume on a daily basis!

Describing the Year in Two Words: Exciting & Frightening. 

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If I'm to ever describe a year in which I struggled really hard to do the things I never saw or imagined myself doing, that would definitely be 2022. It was a long year with so many experiences for me. There were moments when I cried and wanted to run away from myself, but there were also moments that made me smile and laugh like I had nothing to worry about. Regardless of how my 2022 went, I'm still happy that I'm alive and still thriving to be a better version of myself every single day.

Most Memorable Moment 

On the 11th of February, 2022, I received one of the best pieces of news I've ever heard in my life. My heart paused for a second before racing fast after I got the news. I was called to represent my level (300L) as the best student in my department at the matriculation ceremony. 

That very day marked my third matriculation in a tertiary institution. But this particular matriculation was different from the others because it was considered an honorary matriculation due to my excellent performance in my results. It was, without a doubt, a dream come true for me.

Gripping Book

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I started reading medical books in 2021, and I've never regretted reading them. The most gripping book I read in 2022 was also a medical book. 

Confessions Of A Surgeon: The Good, the Bad, and the Complicated...Life Behind The O.R. Doors by Paul A. Ruggieri, M.D. 

I read a couple of books in 2022, but none of them was as gripping as this book. It sums up almost everything about life and the realities of medicine. We've always heard stories about what happens in the O.R but we never got to know what really happens in it or how surgeons deal with medical complications. As the title implies, the writer opened the O.R doors and told us so many things that happens in it; how some surgeries are being carried out like the "exploratory surgery" that's been carried out on a patient to find out what's going on inside the body of a patient when the surgeon has no clue, how some surgeons carry out surgical procedures on a patient that didn't require surgery to begin with, or a patient that had to undergo another surgery due to the surgeon's negligence during surgery. The book talked about the good, bad, and complicated aspects of medicine and how doctors are easily drained out and are poorly paid compared to other professions that are not health related. 

There's a quote from the book that really amazed me, and it's something you would almost never hear from the mouth of a practicing doctor or surgeon, and that is: "Many surgeons, after ten years of practice, secretly can’t wait to get out of the business they worked so hard to get into.” It’s ironic.

Best Movie

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The best movie I watched in 2022 is definitely "Candy Jar." The movie featured two brilliant high school students who participated in an extracurricular activity like a debate in order to create a brilliant portfolio that'd impress their college of choice. They were both serious competitors, and both had solid support from their school's counselor. The movie tells us how necessary it is to cherish and enjoy every moment in school while still reading and pursuing our goals in life because those moments can never be gotten back once they're lost. It also talked about the realities of life and how to not give up even if we don't get admitted into our choice of institution. In life, we wouldn't always get what we want but giving up means we're not ready to keep living because life would definitely throw rocks at us, all we need to do is build something for ourselves out of those rocks.

Favourite TV Show

My favourite TV show in 2022 is "Law School." I particularly enjoyed it because it featured a law school with brilliant law students and how they were able to navigate through life after the death of one of their professors. It was a serious series that entailed major details about the occurrence of a murder in a law school. There was no romance whatever, just a few flirtations, which made me really enjoy it. I also got to learn a lot about law, how it operates (although there were a few clichés in it, which is understandable because it's mainly for entertainment), and a few "law jargons." In short, it was a really nice watch.

Best Item You Purchased

The best thing I purchased in 2022 was a medical textbook. I was able to download so many medical books but was never able to download this particular one, so I was really happy to purchase it. As a medical laboratory science student, the textbook is  really essential for me to have in hard copy.

Describing The Year In 2 Words

Sad and Amazing.