Leaning on each other through thick and thin, a trio of best friends stand together as they experience life, love and loss on the brink of turning 40.– Netflix
While waiting for next episodes of Under the Queen’s Umbrella, this series caught my eyes. I thought this will be light and funny, but it’s actually sad. About the struggles of people with chronic illness, fear of what would happen, uncertain of what will it be on days nearing her death. Dealing with family, relationships, love and career. The strong bond between the three and their frienship in sickness and in health.
There are light moments too amidst tearful scenes. As much as I want to post more about this drama, perhaps sharing the memorable quotes would be much better.
“When you’re overwhelmingly grateful, you find it so hard to express your gratitude.”– Chanyoung
“Let’s live in the present.”– Kim Seonu
“i wanted to forget reality and that everything was peachy. I just wanted to believe that.” – Mijo
“The stars are so pretty that it makes me sad.” – Cha Mijo
“i think i’ll prefer this even when i get old. I’m that happy now. But if my happiness makes you feel uneasy, that’s just sad.” – Hyeon-jun
“That was our choice. To live like there’s no tomorrow. Like there’s no sadness. That’s how we decided to spend each day.” – Cha Mijo
“This is about the things that won’t come back. This is about our moments.” – Chanyoung
“My entire body aches because you hit me with the sad reality.”– Chanyoung
“As I grew older, I realized no matter how tough life may be and no matter your story, you should never abandon your child.” – Mijo
Live as if this is not happening.
“When our bodies get sick, we either get surgery or take medicine. When our minds get sick, we should get good rest.” – Mijo’s father
“A true friend lets you know what’s right and wrong.” – Cha Mijo
“That day, when everything felt hopeless, the touch of his hand felt so warm.” – Cha Mijo
Beautiful OST by Choi Yu Ree, she sang other OSTs like Wish from Hometown Cha cha cha