Hwang Jung Eum is back to star in hilariously crazy romantic comedy after She Was Pretty and getting married. It’s called Lucky Romance, and not surprisingly it’s based on a webtoon.
… One year later. Damn, I really missed this title when it was first airing, but at least I still saw it! I did it after much prodding from gummimochi and because I was left with a vacuum after She Was Pretty ended. I needed more of Park Seo Joon and Hwang Jung Eum! And this drama certainly did not disappoint.
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.
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.
More ramblings from this week’s episodes! Again, I really don’t intend to do a lot of recapping; these are more like reactionary posts about the episodes that I watched in the past week.
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.
So many shows, so little time! As much as I would love to recap more shows, I know that I just don’t have the time to do so. Twenty Again is pretty much the time slot I’m keeping myself to, unless Answer Me 1988 ends up being a ‘non-watch’ for me. But I haven’t stopped watching dramas! And so here’s just a few “first impressions” of She Was Pretty, Last, and Cheer Up – all very different dramas and all very enjoyable and worth checking out.
Cha Tae Hyun is a father again! His baby daughter was born on September 29th, four years after his son was born in 2007. Congratulations!
He will start filming a new movie – “Gone With the Wind” – next month. Looks to be a historical comedy as the movie synopsis describes it as thieves stealing ice from an ice house.
Photos! Winners! Whee!
To make up for my anemic news bits posts, I present – the MEGA EDITION!!! Bwahaha.*evil laugh*
*ahem* Moving on! Let’s start with casting news, shall we?