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.
Early misgivings, a brief synopsis, a short summary of my feelings, and some (rather biased) pros and cons...
Changsheng's blood is magic (coincidence? unlikely).
A cooking drama that becomes a fake engagement and cohabitation drama? Sign me up.
A month ago, I wrote a very excited post about this drama. The first 30 episodes matched my thoughts - cute, thoughtful and never too boring. But from Episode 30 onwards, the drama veered towards unnecessary melodrama. With only 14 episodes to go, it could have easily stuck with the route it was on, but … Continue reading across the ocean to see you: final thoughts
Note: This is coming a lot later than I intended, and we're now about halfway through the drama... so this'll be a short post, but... here we go. Overall, it's not an new premise. Guy and girl have a one night stand, are changed by it and meet again three years later. But the way that … Continue reading my secret romance: first impressions