Preview: Dong Baek starts a new life with her son in a small town, opening a bar called Camellia. She is being criticized and bullied by her neighbours for the kind of livelihood she is having but that doesn’t stop a few people to admire and respect her. “Gong Hyo Jin’s very charming role so far! Love her looks and acting here.”
Summary: Baek Seung Chan is a rookie producer in KBS. He’s learning his way how to be a successful producer but assigned in a team which is doing a long time show but not just raking the desired ratings anymore. He made friends with his seniors and became the interest of a famous pop star Cindy.
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Stars: Cha Tae Hyun as Ra Joon Mo
Kim Soo Hyun as Baek Seung Chan
Gong Hyo Jin as Tak Ye Ji
IU as Cindy
Likes: It’s educational! Suddenly I’ve learned about what producers of a show are really doing behind the scenes. And of course not to forget all those people under him. The never ending politics and business behind every show. Are we making money? How’s the rating? How’s the censorship? Do we have a teaser to impress? Do we have interesting people in the show? Have we edited it well? Or captioned correctly? Hm, definitely, a learning experience.
But what I like more is the comparison of a production of a show to stories of each characters. Pay attention to the title of every episode.
The cast is awesome! Just looking at who’s in the show makes you think right away, this is gonna be big. We’ve got Kim Soo Hyun, Gong Hyo Jin, IU and Cha Tae Hyun! Let’s talk about each one…
Kim Soo Hyun – I always anticipate his next drama. He’s a great a actor and watching him here taking a different role only shows he’s not stereotyped to be just the handsome, rich, prowerful guy. He did pretty well!
Gong Hyo Jin – she’s always Gong Hyo Jin. It’s either you like her or not and I happen to like her a lot. She’s a pro, she’s very natural, no sign of intimidation.
IU – oh wow, she’s pretty as a doll here and I like her role as a bitchy and complicated popstar. And her voice, even when she’s only talking, is very sexy. Wait until you hear her sing.
Cha Tae Hyun – first time seeing him in a drama. He’s actually very charming!
If you pay close attention, plenty of cameos from well-known celebrities. Let me enumerate who I remembered most… Jang Hyuk, Lee Seung Ki, Sandara Park, Go Ah Ra and Seo Hyun!
The show was quite funny. Love the sexy Kim Da Jung, the HR lady and that mascular guy, Cindy’s manager and lots more.
One good thing about unrequited love… I love how Tak Ye Ji would look at Ra Joon Mo, Beak Seung Chan would look at Tak Ye Ji and how Cindy would look at Baek Seung Chan!
I love the ending. It was very promising that my preferred pairs would end up with each other. So I’m happy :).
Dislikes: It was just 12 episodes but each one lasted for almost 2 hours. Too long for an episode. What’s wrong with coming up with an hour-episode and in return come up with a higher number of episodes.
There were just too much talking in the beginning that I first doubted it would be a good drama.
It was hard to watch Kim Soo Hyun getting rejected. Not so used to that!
Summary: Jang Jae Yul, a famous novelist and radio DJ who’s sufferring from a personality disorder meets Ji Hae Soo, a psychiatrist. The 2 had to live together with other 2 guys in a house which is owned by Jang Jae Yul. For Ji Hae Soo, falling in love with someone who can be her patient was the biggest challenge. Helped by other professional psychiatrist friends, the 2 will have a chance to pursuit a normal relationship.
Genre: Melodrama, Romantic Comedy, Medical
Stars: Jo In Sung as Jang Jae Yul
Gong Hyo Jin as Ji Hae Soo
Lee Kwang Soo as Park Soo Kwang
Sung Dong Il as Jo Dong Min
Likes: The drama has a serious medical topic but done greatly to appeal to viewers who are into romance. In other words, medical-romance combined nicely topped with 2 of the best actors in Korea.
Jo In Sung and Gong Hyo Gin’s dramas are always to watch for. They seem to be very skilled in choosing dramas where they truly shine and this is one example of that.
Jo In Sung – remains one the sexiest korean actor for me. His sleek, tall figure; pretty face and excellent acting makes him one.
Gong Hyo Gin – this lady though not the prettiest has the charisma on screen. She’ll make you love her.
For those who want to have a good cry, this one’s for you. Great drama moments thanks to the leads.
Presence of good comical reliefs makes the drama light and bearable.
Happy ending for everyone!
Dislikes: There were just moments when it was making me so sad. Not much of a crying-drama person.
Genre: Romantic Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Stars: So Ji Sub as Joo Joong Won
Gong Hyo Jin as Tae Gong Sil / Tae-yang
Seo In Guk as Kang Woo
Kim Yoo Ri as Tae Yi Ryung
Likes: My first horror-comedy kdrama and I love it! It was scary at first – it just shows how good the makeup was – but it was enjoyable to watch every episode ending with a solution to every ghost problem :)!
I love every ghost story! It begins with a freaky intro and ends up very funny!
I love Gong Hyo Gin! She always pick a good drama. I hope to see more from her!
Lots of pretty faces! Special mention to So Ji Sub and Kim Yoo Ri – she’s a doll!
I love the leads! It reminds me a lot of The Greatest Love!
Dislikes: As I’ve mentioned above, this drama reminds me of The Greatest Love because of the leads but So Ji Sub, as handsome as he is, didn’t get close to the charisma and sexiness of Cha Seung Won! Anyway…
Due to popularity, they made it 17 episodes. Really, there was no need! It just made episodes 15 and 16 redundant!
My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)
Likes: Great actors especially the leads!
Chemistry between leads!
Love the epilogue!
Lots of funny moments!
Dislikes: Some annoying sidekicks.
Summary: A story of a newbie teacher who wants to start teaching at her former school but has to endure her first year being assigned to supervise a spoiled brat who’s a new student of the same school.
Likes: Young Gong Yoo!
Fan of Gong Hyo Jin as well!
Love the fight scenes!
Dislikes: Not a big fan of older woman, younger man love but this still made it to my top 10.