Korean drama “My Liberation Notes” is an ongoing slice-of-life Korean drama with many inspiring quotes and lessons to learn. The drama has various characters struggling in their lives for life, love, and more that we can relate to our daily lives. So, check out inspiring quotes and lessons from the Korean drama “My Liberation Notes” below.
30+ Inspiring Quotes and Lessons About Life and Love from Korean Drama “My Liberation Notes” to Contemplate
- Title: “My Liberation Notes”
- Episodes: 16
- Written by: Park Hae Young
- Directed by: Kim Seok Yoon
- Airing Date: April 9 to May 29, 2022
- Where to watch: JTBC, Netflix
- Starring: Son Suk Ku, Kim Ji Won, Lee El, and Lee Min Ki
- Synopsis: The story follows three siblings and a secretive man who want to be liberated from their daily lives, as well as in the search for the meaning of life, love, and more.
Korean Drama “My Liberation Notes” Inspiring Quotes and Lessons on Life, Purpose of Living, and Insecurity/Emptiness
Purpose of Living
- “There was only one thing I was curious about. ‘What am I? Why am I here’”? – Mi Jeong
- “People who say they live healthily and happily may be the people who decided to dropped all these questions behind them. People who have decided to lie and say, ‘This is just how life is.’ I’ll never do that.” – Mi Jeong
- “I don’t care about where I’ll go after I die. I want to see heaven while I’m alive.” – Mi Jeong
- “It feels like people are all scarecrows. They don’t really know what they are. They’re just acting as if they do.” – Mi Jeong.
- “Just a few seconds ago, they thought dying was the only way out and jumped. But in just a few seconds, that feeling started to feel like nothing.” – Mr. Gu.
- “Life is a series of embarrassments. It’s embarrassing from the moment you’re born. You are born naked.” – Chang Hee.
- “You can afford to have a good outlook if you have money.” – Gi Jeong.
- “I want to face the mountains one by one instead of avoiding them.” – Gi Jeong.
- “After 14 years, my job is the same, the meetings are the same, and the people are the same. I curse and get mad the same way. It’s all the same endless repetition.” – Gi Jeong.
- “It’s bizarre when you see a thing somewhere it doesn’t belong. A bird lying on the ground, a man hanging on a tree, even a dog on a farm.” – Mi Jeong
- “Everyone is on their way to their graves, so why is everyone so happy and excited?” – Mi Jeong.
- “Sometimes, I think that people who are damaged are much more honest than those who live their lives happily.” – Mi Jeong.
Insecurity & Emptiness
- Why do you act like you’ve done something wrong when you’re asking for what’s rightfully yours?” – Mr. Gu.
- “It feels like I’m stuck, but I don’t know how to get out. That’s probably why I hope everything ends all at once.” – Mi Jeong.
- “I’m exhausted. I don’t know when it all started to go wrong, but I’m exhausted.” – Mi Jeong.
- “I don’t know where I’m stuck, but I want to break free.” – Mi Jeong.
- “No matter where I live, I think I would have been the same. I’d be living the same mundane life, and no one would ever be interested in me. I felt like if I lived like this for too long, I’d shrivel up and die.” – Mi Jeong.
- “I wish I was genuinely happy and be able to say things like ‘Yes, this is life,’ ‘This is what life is all about.’” – Mi Jeong
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