Daily dramas are one of the toughest genres to get interested in: they're slow, they're often melodramatic, and there are a lot of episodes to keep on top of. But they're also refreshing, they're a constant thing each day that you spent 20-30 minutes on, and, despite the overly dramatic content sometimes, they're probably the most realistic when they centre on families.
The characters are so different and go through such different things that it can really appeal to all different people.
I don't often write glowing reviews but I don't think I could find a single uncomplimentary thing to say about this drama.
Incredibly short summary and feelings of the first few episodes of creepy, kinda boring drama.
Hyun Jae, an adorable, vain idol from the '90s, travels to 2017 by falling down some stairs during a typhoon.
Cute, fluffy, and quite distinctly lacking in actual asshole characters.
They stepped up and took hold of the lack of conclusion - in that way, it was conclusive.
I can safely say I've never seen such a good Korean crime drama.
Unlike most medical dramas, the focus was more on the doctors themselves and the challenges they faced - emotionally, physically, legally.
A realistic look at what so many people are having to deal with in young adult life.