Tag Archives: Sung Joon
Whenever a story has cheating I’m ready to go bazuka on its characters. Seriously, this show brings cheating to a whole new level. The highest stupidity level which the husband clearly reached.
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 […]
For a 16 episode drama the development if so slow. I waited and waited for more, to see the characters slowly changing but all of the four main characters are flat. Up until now I wanted to be nice since I do like some of the actors but I’m going to be blunt this time. […]
With every new episode I watch from this drama, I’m glad that Moon Geun Young and Park Seo Joon didn’t accept the roles. Despise me liking the past work of the writer, “Warm Word”, for ‘High Society’ the writing seems off and I can’t like the story mainly because it doesn’t connect the characters in […]
I was curious about this drama because Ha Myung Hee is the main writer, she also wrote ‘Warm Word’ one of the few dramas I got to fully enjoy in 2014. Knowing who the writer and director were, I got myself prepared for some future scenes where the characters would give out interesting lines full […]
The relationship between Seo Jin/Ro Bin and Ha Na is surely saving this drama or at least for me it works as I’m starting to like the show, I mean it is becoming interesting, slowly but nicely. Also, the main characters forcefully living together always get strong fat points from me. Honestly, at this point […]
After such an intense promotion from SBS and numerous articles telling that it’s Hyun Bin’s comeback drama, it seem like in the end ‘Hyde Jekyll, Me’ is more like a show made to shamelessly promote Lotte World. I’m a little bit disappointed in the drama considering the fuss they made about it, however that doesn’t […]