Yeah, I am here for Jung Hae In and Son Ye Jin. For the romance. For the heart flutter. For the cuteness. It is quite unusual for jTBC to produce a romance drama and I knew this is a must watch. At least it is for me. And this romance drama is a bit different than others. No cliches. No rich girl poor man OR rich man poor girl agenda here. The love is pure raw. The directing and acting are extremely balanced, casual and natural. They made this show with no Kdrama in mind. I like it.
I love this kind of drama. Sweet. Adorable. Comedy. Romantic. And the funniest thing is A Poem A Day is a medical drama! Thankfully, it is not that kind of medical drama that involves blood! *shudder* I had enough of blood after Tokyo Vampire Hotel! This drama is definitely different. I initially had a doubt of this pairing. Lee Yoo Bi is super quirky and cute so it was hard for me to picture him with Lee Joon Hyuk. Yoo Bi and Jang Dong Yoon, on the other hand, is more compatible but…
I decided to take a break from watching KBS family drama. The last 8 episodes of My Golden Life got me frustrated and upset. Not only the show was extended by two more episodes, the writer failed to use the opportunity to smoothen out the mess. I was livid and vowed to not watch another KBS weekend drama (for) now. But on the good side, SBS new weekend drama Nice Witch is on and the episodes are much shorter. 40 episodes long is a bonus – more opportunity to me to focus on other weekend drama!
Yeah, I don’t think I can go on any further! I gave the benefit of the doubt with Jin Se Yeon and hoped that her acting improves. I was persistent. I kept telling myself that it will get better and better. 10 episodes later, I started to realize if I continue to watch it, I will be fooling myself. Since my time is precious, I will drop it immediately. Se Yeon really ruin it for me because the story is fascinating and the acting by the rest of the main cast is top notch! But I have to drop it! I must because of Jin Se Yeon! Continue reading
Waikiki! Wai-kee-keeeeeee! *laughs*. Sorry, I can’t help saying it and somewhat reminds me of Miss Korea. Anyway, I finally got into Laughter in Waikiki wagon. I was not able to watch it immediately due to my busy schedule. But since I am on travel, I get some me time to catch up on this drama. Initially, the premise of this drama reminded me of 3 Papas but I immediately realized it only has a tiny similarity. To be honest, I find Waikiki to be more entertaining and hilarious. It is a solid written drama from a genius rookie writer!
I fell under Misty spell last week. I could not stop watching it the minute I landed back to the States. Well, that sounds so dramatic! But you get my point *laughs*. I have been yearning for a Kdrama that could give me satisfactory as Prison Playbook and Money Flower. As you all know, Misty ended today. I haven’t seen the final two episodes and have been avoiding Twitter like plague. I really do not need any spoilers today.
I should have listened to Michele but at the time I was too obsessed with Money Flower to care about other dramas. Plus, as one of my goal of 2018 is to reduce watching currently airing drama, I was able to commit to few dramas at a time. So two weeks ago, while I was alone at home being sick, I decided to watch a drama. Plex was down at the time and I had no choice but to go to Netflix. I saw Prison Playbook on the Recommended list. The drama was calling me and… the next thing I knew, I fell into the Prison trap.