Today I'm physically exhausted from cooking daily. Cooking in my house isn't like how I used to do when living alone. My grandma has a long list of SOP to follow, that exhaust me. For example, every time I cook, I have to clean the entire kitchen. It doesn't help when I still have to work from home for 8 hours, then cook 2 meals daily. I can't stand another day of the lockdown.
I don't have much to talk about today, but I do have a list of Netflix shows to recommend. I'm pretty sure you can spend some time with these entertaining and informative programs.
This is my current favourite K-drama. It's about EVERYTHING - family, friendship, business, revenge, fighting spirit, and youth. In summary, it is a story of how a small pub establishment defeat a major F&B corporation. In between there are history of grudges and complicated relationships that crossed path between the characters. I'm at episode 9 now. I can binge-watch this for the entire day if I'm not so occupied.
I got to know about this documentary from the buzz created by netizens on Najib's episode. It is actually a 2 season documentary about dirty money. As the name suggests, it has everything to do about money laundering, criminal breach of trust, dishonest businesses and dirty corporation secrets.
Having lockdown at home and can't travel, this documentary gives that satisfaction for wanderlusters. J-Style Trip is hosted by Jay Chou. You will get to experience luxury travel (virtually) with his friends. This show is for you if you love traveling and explore new places.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive
I suppose to be in Hanoi by now for the very first Vietnam F1 race. Of course, I can't be anywhere now, so I'll just watch this documentary about everything related to F1. It is an insight that you can't watch from the show. Everything about the politics, technology, investment and racers are discussed in this show.
Spirited Away is arguably the best anime by Studio Ghibli (the studio that produced My Neighbour Totoro). Chihiro (Rumi Hiiragi) and her parents (Takashi Naitô, Yasuko Sawaguchi) stumble upon a seemingly abandoned amusement park. After her mother and father are turned into giant pigs, Chihiro meets the mysterious Haku (Miyu Irino), who explains that the park is a resort for supernatural beings who need a break from their time spent in the earthly realm, and that she must work there to free herself and her parents.