Hello! My name is Valerie and I am 22 years old. I have enjoyed watching anime since I was 12 years old. (I was introduced via the Vampire Knight manga, which lead me into looking up the Vampire Knight anime.)
But Besides watching anime, I also enjoy other things, such as reading and listening to Kpop. My favorite Kpop group is Teen Top. However, I do love and adore countless of other groups! I would be so thrilled to talk about any Kpop groups, doesn't matter which ones :D.
Of course, I also love Korean dramas! (And other Asian dramas - especially Thai BL dramas.)
You can find me on MyDramaList under the username Toppiyo.
You can message me, I don't mind, but sometimes I might not respond. I'm not very good at holding conversations on here. You can always send me a second message if I didn't respond the first time, or ask me for my Discord! :)
(I also have my own Kpop discord server ^^ )
Things I like in anime:
- Yaoi/Shounen Ai
- Yuri/Shoujo Ai
- Psychological themes
- Kind demons, or demons that help humans
- Super epic friendships
- Cute animal companions that are loyal and happy
- Sometimes I like very dark shows and sometimes I like very happy shows :D
Things I dislike in anime:
- Characters that are "idiots" for comic relief. It really doesn't amuse me xD.
- Characters that are evil for little to no reason
- Musicals/School idols/anything where music is played often. I love music but not when I watch anime D:
How I rate anime:
1 - No
2-4 - It's bad
5-6 - Lacking
7 - Default score. Most anime fall here. It's good, but not special.
8-9 Extremely good, probably only a couple things that make it less-than-perfect
10 - Extremely good + there's nothing about it that I would complain about
The way I rate anime usually aligns with how much I enjoyed it. However, it is not the only factor. For example, Shinsekai Yori is one of my favorite anime. I enjoyed it more than some of the anime I gave a 10. However, I gave it a 9. There were just too many flaws in it for me to feel like it deserved a 10. I just couldn't ignore the unnecessary art changes or the jumbled plotline.