[review] Radiation House



Drama: Radiation House / Houshasenka no Shindan Report
Country: Japan
Episodes: 11
Aired: Apr 8, 2019 - Jun 17, 2019
Aired On: Monday
Network: Fuji TV
Duration: 60 min.
Genres: Mystery, Drama, Medical
Casts: 
- Kubota Masataka as Igarashi Iori
- Honda Tsubasa as Amakasu An

Synopsis:
Igarashi Iori is a talented radiographer who believes the “truth” is definitely captured in CT and MRI images. He and radiologist Amakasu An work at a hospital’s radiology department where they determine the causes of patients’ illnesses and injuries. (Source: jdramas.wordpress.com) 

- as cited from MyDramaList
“When someone says doctors, we think of clinicians, specifically surgeons who carry out operations and save lives, right? On the other hand, radiologists, pathologists, and anesthesiologists who work with little direct contact with patients don’t receive much attention from the general public, so their status and fame are incomparable to those of surgeons.”
Watching this drama make me re-think how every single person in this world have their own role as important as the one you highly value and idolize as. It has been a while since I last reviewed any drama. But nevermind, let's continue. 

067: fix on, probably too much

Assalammualaikum.

I just wanna have a casual sembang session hehe. It has been a while since we talk, have we not? I kinda realized yesterday that I might have been to fix on writing pieces that are too (hopefully) pleasing to a certain part of myself. I happened to abandon the 'fun' and that 'I-don't-care' attitude in the process of satisfying that inner roaring turmoil. I am sorry, but I do have pride over my 'don't give a damn' characters. It helps me to get along with the world. Lol. Do you have any characteristics of your own that you are proud of having?

Nonetheless, I am officially at home for a short one month break doing - nothing.
Obviously


It ticked me how I already came out with a list of things I want to get it done before the short semester started, yet I failed myself. No surprise :')

066: favourite | What I do on YouTube?

Assalammualaikum and greetings!

I do not spend much time on YouTube actually. But when I do, it is usually because of these few channels. Whenever there is a notification comes sliding on my phone if I do not have anything important (like really really important) I would instantaneously hit the play button. 

Thinker Studio

I used to have a very bad impression to Thinker Studio due to Motif Viral, a show produced by them aired on Astro Ria. If you watched it, you might understand why. But my view changed after I watched one of their digital content where two of the Motif Viral’s hosts, Hazeman Huzair and Syafa, were talking about an issue. I instantly believe that they are a bunch of genius. Plus, I fancy how they managed to articulate their ideas in front of the camera – something that I would not be able to do lol.


For someone who read Language as a major, broadcasting is actually one of the career options most people from my course would opt to. I actually learn a lot from Life @ Thinkers, even though it only shows a glimpse of their environment.

065: uncalled yet inevitable


You see, among my family members - I would be the less likely one to fall sick. I used to believe that is due to better fighting mechanism residing in my body compared to my younger siblings. But when I get sick, I get really sick to the point that I could not even wake up and I had rather sleep all day long. It does happen once or twice in a year but that's not the point. I just rarely get caught with any diseases, especially during my study period. I would get sick at home, most of the time. Demam gedik we called it.


I guess, this semester I wear-off my luck in the health department. For someone who does not really fond of having multiple trips to the clinic, it gets to the point that I am the one volunteering to get myself treated. That, my girls, literally explained the power of pain! I am not scared of getting treatment, I just hate the hustle of having to wait. Or maybe, I just hate the idea of visiting the health institution in the first place. #NoOffenseHealthcareProviders.

I was referred to Orthopedics Specialist in HKL. Got to attend for a few physiotherapy sessions at the same hospital, specifically for ROM Strengthening because the specialist could not confirm either I hurt my muscle (which is not likely due to the position I keep getting pain), bones or the nerves. I was hoping, it just only the muscle because of the idea of getting hurt on the nerves scares the hell out of me.

It's the freaking nerves after all.