This was quite the enjoyable, mindless drama that one needs every so often. It helps that it had a winning cast and great chemistry between the main four leads. The writing was nothing spectacular, except for a few nuggets of witticisms, and had seriously devolved by the end of the series. But it didn’t take away from the series being fun. Spoilers ahead.
I’m all out of sorts schedule wise, so I’m sorry for being a little late with this! Without further ado… Goodbye Siwon and Changmin! You’re off to the army after your stints in drama-land (She Was Pretty and The Scholar Who Walks at Night), and we’ll see you in a year! (Okay, more than a year, but we’ll be okay!) [link]
A light week with only Cheer Up and She Was Pretty. I might decide to catch up on Bubblegum, but I can’t say that episode 2 left me desperately needing to know more, unlike Cheer Up and She Was Pretty.
8 episodes in one week – it was a lot and I attempted to squeeze in a few more episodes of LAST but ended up just marathoning 8 more episodes of Orphan Black, of which I’m catching up on the second season. So much TV, so little time! So here’s a roundup on the last few episodes of K-dramas that I managed to watch in the past week without much intention to recap.
Isn’t he cute? I have no real reason to post this, other than 1) hey! Jung Gyu Woon is out of the hospital! 2) he’s in a suit! and 3) he’s making funny faces! Ah – can’t wait to watch the episode tonight.
Jang Nara is quite shy about wearing a miniskirt – then again, she’s supposed to be a 30+ year old dressing like a 20-something. I find it adorable – although if my mother were dressing like that, I would wince and disown all relation with her.
Costar Daniel Choi was also in a bit of a scuffle with Jang’s blind date – as seen in the photos below. Call it a travesty or whatever, but with Choi’s hairstyle, I keep thinking I’m looking at Jung Gyu Woon, even though I’m clearly wrong. Sigh* – maybe it’s just my brain wishing I were looking at Jung…