Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Drama Challenge Day 18: The Worst Drama you watched till the end

I have no idea. If the drama was bad, I would have stopped anyways. The only reason why I stop watching certain dramas because they are either too boring or the drama episodes aren't coming out fast enough. Its slightly very irritating when a drama episode doesn't come out.

I seriously can't think of one.........I'm sorry! > x <

Wait! I think I have a good one! I think the worst drama I watched till the end is the Filipino drama, Dyosa. Man, I was pretty young when this drama came out. My family was in Ontario and my mother got addicted to watching drama when we got back.

The one thing I hated about this drama was the effects. The storyline was totally, bleh. I'll admit it was utterly interesting but thats not the point. After watching tons of anime and now this again, I think I would die. The ending I hated and the actors and storyline didn't cut out for me. The effects was the most cheesiest in the world. ARGH.


Title: Dyosa
Type: Filipino Drama
Genres: Romance, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Age Rating: 13+ Teen
Status: Completed

Summary: (Wiki)
Dyosa tells the story of Josephine who grew up unaware of her true identity as the " Takda" (Chosen One) and how she learns of her lineage and destiny in the world of gods and goddesses. The Takda who hails from the Kabanua is chosen to save humankind from the imbalance brought about by the evil forces of Kasamyans. Josephine lives in the world of mortals where she meets a comic illustrator, Mars (Zanjoe Marudo) from Makiling Publishing who draws the fate of the Dyosa with the powers from sky, earth, and water - Cielo, Tierra, Agua. Unknown to Mars, Josephine is the same as Dyosa whom he has fallen for in the form of Dyosa Cielo. Cielo is torn between her love for the mortal life - the mortal, Mars - and her duty as Takda.

Josephine is a young orphan who finally finds out she is no ordinary mortal after reaching the age of 18. After years of being raised by her foster parents, Josephine finds out she is the 'Takda' or Chosen One with divine powers and must help save the world from the Kasamyan, who are evil creatures from Lower Earth. After becoming a full-fledged goddess, Josephine also discovers that she has the power of the earth, air and water. To harness these powers, she takes the form of Dyosa Tierra, a centauride, Dyosa Agua, a mermaid, and Dyosa Cielo, a harpy. However, Josephine has to choose whether to heed the call of her destiny, to save the dying world of the gods and goddesses and to leave the life she has lived for 18 year or to resist her new role as a goddess and to give up her powers to stay in the human world with the mortal she loves.

The actors were really pretty and hot but their acting just didn't feel very real. I can't believe I lived through 115 episodes......I only watched this drama for the language and I had nothing better to do when I stayed with relatives in Ontario. I needed to learn my language again! I can understand Filipino but I can't speak it very well. I feel very Canadian when I try. It feels funny.......I'm getting there!


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