Ghost ships. Whether you love or hate them, there is no denying it’d be a lot of fun to see certain actors or characters on screen together.
“It takes courage…to endure the sharp pains of self-discovery rather than choose to take the dull pain of unconsciousness that would last the rest of our lives”- Marianne Williamson
The final episode of I Promised You the Moon has arrived, and with it that hanging sense of finality and loss I always get at the end of a drama I’ve become seriously invested in.
I Promised You the Moon did not come to play. It did not come to make friends.
The struggle is real.
The pain is sharp.
The betrayal hurts.
After today’s episode, I have a strong feeling people are going to hate Teh. And Jai.
I’m not one of those people, but I can see why others are.
Complex. This word is the best way to describe the second episode of I Promised You the Moon. My emotions and thoughts were all over the place while watching, so I expect the same from this write-up.
I Promised You the Moon, the second installment of Nadao Bangkok’s series I Told Sunset About You has arrived, and it is just as real, raw, and captivating as the first.