Tuesday, January 19, 2021

BBC Autumnwatch 2020 Part 8

 
And with this post we end the wonderful observations of the nature in UK. In this episode we learned about the fantastic physiological adaptations of the Gannet birds (the dive with the speed of over 83 km/h and as the scientists experimented with the models - they could have, they never do, but could have reached the speed of around 286.5 km/h), the in-built GPS of he salmon (even in the embryos), and about the animals that start to colonize even the active industrial complex such as the glass factory.

Friday, January 15, 2021

[Movie Review] My First Client (2019)

This will not be the usual review, because - honestly - I don't want to go through this trauma again just to write in-depth post. This is rather posted to bring eyes to this movie, in the light of the most recent, tragic events regarding the abuse and death of one little Jeongin.

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

BBC Autumnwatch 2020 Part 7

In this episode we spent the most time in Tentsmuir in Scotland watching, of course, seals, but also bearded tit, a very colorful and cute bird whose reed habitat was destroyed by a fire in April but rejuvenated by the time Autumnwatch was filmed. Also, I learned what a speculum is - it's a patch of iridescently blue wing feathers on both male and female mallard duck. The hypothesis as to why it's exactly the same is tentative - probably it refracts the light to avoid predation from hawks or falcons.
And also fungi and ther network. I love fungi, as probably some of you know, so seeing a tiny segment on them made me happy.

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

[Rearview Mirror 2020] Korean Movies

In 2020 I watched 54 Korean films. Majority of them (48) was experienced in the lovely company of my twitter friend: Mexochi. Below you can find the list of them, some with short info whether it's worth seeing or not. Also, I don't care about spoiler-phobic feelings, so yes, there are spoilers.

Sunday, January 10, 2021

BBC Autumnwatch 2020 Part 6

 

In this, yet another informative episode, we learned how cephalopods are changing colors (which is actually quite amazing as they see the world in black and white), how flapper skate eggs look like (I did not know that) and about the danger that our hedgehogs face.

 

Saturday, January 09, 2021

Saturday Poetry Corner 55: 따뜻한 겨울 (Our Season)

 

First, but it definitely will not be the last, appearance of Kim Jonghyeon here in the series.

[Rearview Mirror 2020] Minidramas


I decided to lump together mini-dramas and webdramas - to separate them from the regular series. I don't count here anthologies, like KBS Drama Special or Drama Stage. And I have to add - each and every one of the 13 I watched, is worth spending time on.
 

Thursday, January 07, 2021

Tuesday, January 05, 2021

BBC Autumnwatch 2020 Part 5

This episode, again, was highly informative and talkative, therefore less pictures to provide. But we learned about the reappearance of the fox spider in the UK, about one species of a goose that has males to migrate to Norway for molting, and about the pockets of wildlife in the heart of London.
And also - how to recognize many animals' droppings.

Sunday, January 03, 2021

Rivers Lifeblood (2020)


And I'm back to posting screenshots from the documentaries. First is DocLights, of course. It was about the rivers and their role in the ecosystem. Also, learned that Congo River is the deepest river in the world - at one place it has 200m of depth.