I debated for a while on whether I should write up this post. I mean, come on – every other Kdrama blogging site is doing one. Or, the ones I read do. I also admittedly have skimmed through a lot. Yes. Skim.
I have to say that 2010 was a big year for me in terms of dramas. I have never worked so closely with dramas before, and recapping is a pure joy. As I was compiling the list, I realized that I saw more dramas than I ever have in my entire life. Some were not to completion, and some were fleeting. But I included them in the list because I get to explain why I didn’t continue a certain drama. I also realized that I watched a LOT of SBS dramas. I also saw a lot of dramas that were not made or released in 2010, but more like catching up.
So here goes, a review of dramas I saw that came out in 2010 – the good, the meh, and the bad.
This second part of the interview focused more on his personal life, his beginnings, and his future in the business. He even mentions about his new iPhone and how he uses it to update Twitter (which is awesome, because that’s where fans like me get to see what it’s like behind the scenes of Prosecutor Princess. Stalker-ish? I beg to differ).
Chuno and Prosecutor Princess have definitely increased Han Jung Soo‘s popularity, but he first made an appearance in the series The King and I. Now he has an interview with asiae, and hopefully I’ll get to see him in more projects (that take place in the modern times, and don’t involve him killing people).
Part one of the interview is as follows. It focuses on his roles in the two 2010 dramas he starred in.
With that, it means there is one full month (April) before the start of the Shanghai Expo 2010. (I SO want to go – if I only had the money…) There are nearly 200 countries participating in this expo event, and with that, South Korea is sending its very own Lee Jun Ki as an ambassador to the expo. Lee enjoys big popularity in China, so it is only fitting that he be sent to drive the tourists and locals craaaaaazy! 🙂
Don’t let the above picture fool you! If you haven’t seen Chuno or haven’t reached episode 15, then do not read any further!
I haven’t seen all of Chuno yet – but I saw a little bit of episode 15, and I kind of understood what was going on with the recaps and the snippets I watch every so often. And what I saw was incredibly sad – but made me laugh too.
I’m warning you again: don’t read any further unless you don’t care about the spoiler!!