DRINKING ALONE . . .
‘Drinking Solo’ or 'Let's Drink'
- No hits to the website
- When you can’t get a few minutes to yourself to write (or drink)
- When you’re rewriting a chapter you’ve been stuck on forever more than 10 times
- When you have a chapter done and you come up with a different ‘great’ idea
- When you can’t find an outline newer than 2014
- When you’re still writing your first fanfic three years later and all your Protagonists have moved on from 2013
- In order to binge write you need airline tickets to and from and finding the funds to do so
- When your husband doesn’t look (or act) like a KPOP Idol
- When no one but your co-writer understands . . .
Key and Minho from Fanfiction “Dream Girls”
- He's underage, he likes alcohol and his only source is Daddy Wu's stash in the pool house
- He can't seem to connect with his soul mate Keis Wu.
- Doesn’t like being called “Blonde Beach Baby”
- He has to deal with Minho every day
- He's homesick
- Can’t handle being surrounded by half-naked women on the beach
- Living under the same roof as the aggressive IlSeok Wu
- Has to deal with Key every day
- He doesn’t like having to be the Korean boyfriend
- He misses his routine
- Key admits to loving the housekeeper
- They attempt to wax each other’s private body parts
- Agree to play dress up with Keis and IlSeok (or anything for that matter)
- Minho goes along with stripping and skinny dipping with IlSeok
- Key likes to play sex games
- Had to give up on his Ex-girlfriend
- In a love triangle with his best friend Junsu
- In a race with time to give his mother a baby
- About to join the military
- Isn’t trending on Weibo anymore
- He's so competitive he has to keep up with JJ even when he isn’t around
- Has a crazy ex-girlfriend who claims she pregnant
- About to join the military
- In a love triangle with, his Drama character Baek Seung Jo
- Drinks with his collection of Skulls when he’s troubled (but, doesn’t want to admit that it's considered drinking alone)
Starting out slow, the original characters took some time to get used to. All of them being somewhat annoying and uninteresting to watch. If not for the introduction of long-term student ‘Kim Kibum’, we probably would’ve discontinued watching. (Sorry, rest of the cast).
From the very beginning, he was salty, antagonistic and hilarious. Able to make fun of his own personality in a role meant specifically for him. He is for the most part the Kim Kibum you see on screen, minus the anger and unkind attitude toward his friends.
His little ‘band of brothers’ that he hangs out with are equally as entertaining. We plodded through the first 3 or 4 episodes hanging by a thread waiting for their portion of the story to unfold. Now, at the conclusion of Ep. 8, its gaining momentum and we are invested in the ‘entire’ cast but, still focused on Kibum’s story line.
It’s worth the watch, even if you aren’t a Key fan.
The Chairman's daughters . . .