Tag Archives: Jang Na Ra
I haven’t been a good blogger even though I started a lot of dramas this season. Well, truthfully speaking, it is easier to say a quick opinion on twitter about a drama I’m currently watching than making a full post and even if I make posts for the blog, I wonder if there are still […]
I’m disappointed in ’One more happy ending’. Actually not really disappointed, because I never looked forward to this drama but rather upset that is a flat drama, with no substance and zero chemistry. The story was originally flat, that was my impression since before it started airing. Even so I was expecting to see something […]
I’m quite displeased with the main characters. For now, what keeps me watching this drama are Mi Mo’s other 3 friends and their stories. I’m so curious to see what happens with them and how are they dealing with their lives while Mi Mo’s troubles seem to be so childish.
I started ‘Madame Antoine’ and ‘One more happy ending’ with no interest and barely read anything about their plot. Outside the actors’ list there wasn’t anything special to attract me. In a way I watched these two dramas because everyone in the Kdrama world was talking about what they thought and eventually I also gave […]
We are going back to the question ‘are monsters being born or raised?’. There is no defined answer for this. However I would’ve liked to see more of the psychological aspect of the two criminals, Min and Lee Joon Young. At the end of the day I didn’t quite understood Min, was he raised or […]
Lately I’ve been into a drama slump and to be honest, even though lots of people recommended me to take a break from dramas, thing that I did, I still don’t have the same interest I used to have, yet with all that I find myself liking ‘I remember you’. It’s a drama that may […]
I wasn’t sure if I would like this drama since the plot is similar to ‘You’re all surrendered’ and ‘The girl who sees smells’ but the first episode was strong enough to make me interested in the behind story of Lee Hyun and later on in the story of his younger brother, Min. The behind […]