She scrolled through the queue list mindlessly with no intention to actually pick something since there was nothing that caught her eye. It was another one of those kicks, those I-Don’t-Wanna-Watch-Dramas types of kicks. Every once in awhile after a good drama series ended, there would be a void left over. A void that was difficult to fill up with the dramas that were coming out because they just weren’t…. Up to par in her tastes. There was always Running Man…. but then again, Running Man hasn’t really been the same since the changes.
What about anime? She shook her head and kept scrolling. Anime was something she watched with Sailynn because Sailynn had the best reactions and fangirl moments over the cheesiest and cringe worthy scenes. It was like watching a drama about Sail being ambushed by feels, and that’s something she would never get tired of watching.
The door clicked with the locks unlocking. Speaking of the devil, she thought, switching over to CrunchyRoll and opening up the queue list there.
“About time you got home, I’m bored,” she complained, peering over the couch to see her best friend standing in the doorway, pants drenched by the snow she probably jumped in, bright red face from the cold winds blowing into Seoul, and a large winter jacket that was bought several years before they had moved across the world, in preparations for the day they would actually move to Seoul.
“You look like a walking snowman,” she chuckled, watching her best friend slip off her snow boots.
“I feel like a dead one too. Jeezus it’s freezing outside! And here I am thinking I could bare with the winters here since I’m from the snow,” Sailynn giggled as she removed her jacket and the other multiple layers she had packed on. “Did you already finish the drama you started a couple days ago?”