When I heard the airing of Flower Of Evil was halted due to rising cases of COVID-19 in South Korea, I immediately take this opportunity to catch up on the show. I am so happy to say I am current and waiting for the last episode which will be aired next week. I initially do not know what is this drama about but I knew it is a thriller. I was confused though with Lee Joon Gi’s character. Is he playing the protagonist or antagonist? Could he be playing both? As I began to be fully invested in this show, I began to learn how sad his character is. Behind that beautiful face, behind that perfect life, behind his perfect family… he is living a very daunting and tiring life.
Ever since I saw Nana in The Good Wife, I immediately fell for her talent. I love her acting so much. She’s a natural. I enjoyed her in Kill It, too. If Bel is here, she would nod her head. Sadly, she missed Into The Ring. She would have loved it especially the dry humor and sarcastic elements. It would crack her up as it did with me. I found this drama is so refreshing though I almost dropped it because the first two episodes were so booooooooooring! I powered it through because of Nana *laughs*.
When it started airing, I was not ready for an action, sci-fi drama. I was not in a mood for something serious at the time. But when I saw people tweeting the ending (don’t worry, I wasn’t paying attention to the plots), I became intrigued. Some were satisfied, some were not. Knowing that it’s a fast-paced drama, I began watching it as soon as it wrapped up. And guess what? I was not disappointed. In fact, I was so excited I finished it in less than a week! It was 12 episodes too short but enough to mess with my head!
Listen, guys, I was sold on Sweet Munchies because of the fact that it’s a food drama and of course, Jung Il Woo. The trailer appealed to my taste bud. I was beyond ecstatic to see another foodie drama after completing Mystic Pop-Up Bar. For me, foodie and romance are awesome drama elements. So I started it without any reservations…
Back when I was in Arizona, my boss kept telling me to watch My Lovely Sam Soon. I promised her I will but never had a chance. Instead, I watched other dramas… Fast forward 15 years later, I finally picked it up since it’s now in Kocowa. I thought it’d be nice to watch something classic and it’s refreshing. I could see the differences in terms of acting, fashion, makeup, and location. One thing remains the same. The yelling part. HahahahahaContinue reading
I love rookie police drama! It is, almost, always hilarious and Miman Keisatsu is no exception. I came across this drama by accident when my favorite subber twitted her new subbing project. Not knowing what this drama is about, I dived in right away and found it a great comedy drama that is suitable with my boring quarantine life. The fact that is only 10 episodes long, I knew I could commit to it.