More recently, I have been watching a Korean drama recommended by Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Kwan, called Descendants of the Sun. When he first told me to watch it, I laughed him off, especially as I do not normally watch these shows. In addition, I did not have a legitimate source to watch from, unlike what Jonathan mentioned in his Seagate IronWolf ST10000VN0004 10TB review. Since then, it was uploaded onto Netflix, granting me full access to the series. It has been a slow process watching it, especially as I do not have the most time in the world, and I am still not finished yet. I might not be a very good critic of shows, especially foreign dramas, but so far I have quite enjoyed it. According to another friend, who is well-versed on the Korean entertainment, she said I liked it because no matter the circumstances, I could trust a positive solution would be found in the end. In my opinion, this statement is quite true, as I never really liked shows with a dark or sad end. The fact the main actress, Song Hye-Kyo, is very pretty in my opinion also helps quite a bit, but I digress. To me, the shows I watch and like should always make me smile in the end. There may be a few confusing, disappointing, or saddening parts in the story, but it would always have a satisfying finish. Why anyone would do otherwise is confusing to me, but I guess it comes down to preference too. Thus, when LG sent us their G Pad III 8.0, a mid-range tablet with decent specifications, I had to wonder what it was really like. Will it be a happy end with this Android tablet, or will there be drama to speak of? Read on to find out!