Heisui’s Thoughts

Sometimes writing reviews of dramas isn’t enough.  There’s more to be said aside from just analyzing a drama.  Heisui’s Thoughts is a series in which I personally reflect on various drama-related topics.  I write about everything from drama-blogging to existential drama crises.  Below are all of the Heisui’s Thoughts posts, listed in chronological order:

  1. To All the Lurkers
  2. On the search for the perfect theme
  3. Drama Slang
  4. Watching frustrating dramas all for the sake of a favorite OTP, character, actor, or actress.
  5. The dramas I won’t shut up about
  6. The Time it Takes to Drama Blog & the Drama-blogging Process
  7. Negativity in dramas – how much is too much?
  8. The Dreaded Drama Slump (that I have to stop talking about)
  9. Confession–I know nothing about cinematography
  10. Escapism & Dramas
  11. Less (Dramas) is More
  12. Drama-Blogging Tips
  13. My Old Cringe-worthy Posts
  14. Drama-blogging Writer’s Block
  15. Thank you, D-addicts!
  16. Drama-blogging: What it takes to self-host + tips on how to find a host
  17. Why aren’t there many guy Asian drama fans?
  18. How I First Started Watching Dramas
  19. How to get Connected to the Asian Drama Community
  20. 10 Acts of Kindness for the Drama Fan
  21. Drama Detox: Signs that your drama addiction has gone too far
  22. 10 Questions to Reflect on Your Year in Dramas 2015
  23. 10 Asian Drama Resolutions for 2017


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About Heisui’s Favorites

I have just started this section, so it will take me a while to accumulate some posts.  Basically, I am trying to compile my “favorites,” which mainly focuses on my favorite actresses & actors.  Also, for my favorite actresses/actors posts, I am trying to focus more on the less well-known ones for now.

Favorite Dramas

Favorite Actresses

Favorite Actors

9 thoughts on “Heisui’s Thoughts

  1. Thanks for everything. Your blog definitely spice things up for my craving of japanese drama. I always been an avid LOVER j drama more than anything else despite its lack thereof. But they have values, intensity, senses and the depth that in general other dramas from other country is missing. Thanks for feeding us and keep writing.

  2. Hehe I just thought that it’s pretty cool how both of us have this ‘thoughts’ section!! I called my blog thougtsramble precisely because initially I had a lot of personal thoughts about dramas. Although it later evolved to recapping, but I still keep a section separate for thoughts and rants. Your section is very well-organised, thumbs up! Sorry for the random comment:D

    • Yeah, it’s a refreshing change of pace to just write my thoughts on various drama topics, rather than always sticking to reviews. These posts are always fun to write!

  3. hi.

    i just picked up asian dramas so i am trying to read up all that there are about whats recommended and such. thats how i stumbled across your site thanks to google.

    just leaving a word or two to let you know that you do have an audience, just in case u feel ignored for your work.

    cheers. keep it up & i ve bookmarked your site.

    • Hi, thanks for letting me know. I always appreciate it when readers let me know they’re there. 🙂 I’m glad you’ve picked up watching dramas!

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