Tag Archives: Jung So Min
Because It’s My First Life came to me at the right time, when I was looking for a romance story sprinkled with some comedy while it still stirred my curiosity. The actors and overall the production staff managed to nurture my desire of looking forward to new episodes thus I can wholeheartedly say that this […]
I’m so happy we finally got over the melodramatic moments of Joong Hee finding out the truth about this father. All this time I had lots of trouble with the scenes between Joong Hee and the parents. Those scenes were dragged and I couldn’t focus on the story. Moreover, the conflict got stretched on quite […]
I don’t like the direction this show is taking. I was having fun watching all the characters, but now I skip a lot of scenes. If there aren’t scenes that would make me understand the characters, or a character I’m curious about, I use the fast forward button and quite a lot I must say.
Hye Young is so good with words. She clearly knows how to deal with her mother-in-law. I think that it will be fun seeing the two become a team in the future episodes. I mean that for sure is going to happen. But until they’ll become a team, I have to say a thing regarding […]
I don’t like bullies and I will never try to find them excuses. But it’s sad how Yoo Joo is getting pushed away at work from projects because she is pregnant. Sadly things like this happen in real life, women getting fired or ignored at work because they are waiting for a baby; and people […]
Sometimes, when I watch Korean dramas I can feel the cultural differences. I don’t find it that weird for two people who are over 30 to be living together. But older people in Korean, and even some of the younger generation, may consider it to be an unthinkable thing for an unmarried couple to be […]
Yep, it’s here. My blood is starting to boil because of some characters. I was going to ignore the oldest couple (Hye Young’s parents), then I found out their scheming and even though I considered them to be pretty nice, by the end of this show, the husband will eventually be jailed.
Mi Young is still worried about accepting the job at a company where her former bully also works at. After writing on a forum about her concern, she receives advices and in the end decides to leave the past away and work hard since maybe another job opportunity will be hard to find. Later that […]
Guess what? KBS is finally giving me a good weekend family drama after the disaster ‘The Gentlemen of Wolgyesu Tailor Shop’. Well, not actually giving me, but they started airing a what it seems to be a 50 episodes drama worthy of watching.
Since the very first episode, D-day turned out to be a great watch, a drama that kept me wanting for more. Story-wise it’s a hard thing to digest and definitely not for anyone. For example, I live in a country with many epicentral zones so a drama that focuses on something like earthquakes is hard […]