Good Job

good job kdramaSummary: Eun Seon Woo is the owner of Eun Kang group. He also secretly runs a private detective office to mainly investigate the mystery behind his mother’s death. He meets Don Se Ra, who has an ability to see extremely far objects with her bare eyes. Don Se Ra starts working for Eun Soo Woo’s detective work and eventually falls in love with each other.

Good Job Trailer

Genre: Romantic Comedy, Detective, Boss Romance, Chaebol, Rich Boy Poor Girl
Episodes: 12
Stars: Jung Il Woo as Eun Seon Woo
Kwon Yoo Ri as Don Se Ra
Eum Moon Suk as Yang Jin Mo
Song Sang Eun as Sa Na Hee



Likes: Main reason why I watch this is the leads! Jung Il Woo and Kwon Yoo Ri look extremely good together and their chemistry is undeniably strong. I’m glad they reunited after Bossam. Finally I get to enjoy a kissing scene here, unlike Bossam, which is a period drama, deprived all of us of a kissing scene. So, yeah here we go, more closeness and finally kisses!

Our main leads:

Jung Il Woo as Eun Seon Woo – perfectly good-looking and haughty as usual, loved seeing him here in different detective outfits and of course in CEO suits. He looked really great with Kwon Yoo Ri! They were so comfortable with each other! Jung Il Woo seems to love great entrances. Most of his previous roles have this scene where he can show off himself. It’s becoming like a Jung Il Woo signature already, and I’m loving it!

Kwon Yoo Ri as Don Se Ra – is it me or she’s getting prettier everytime I see her. She was serenely beautiful in Bossam. Here, she was cool and sexy! As I’ve mentioned above, she was comfortable with her leading man making their scenes look very natural.

Action, Detective. It was enjoyable to watch all their detective adventures. The outfits were cool! The secret detective room is a dream for all detective wannabes. It goes on to say, if you’re rich, you can have all the toys you want! What a privilege!



Detective Bromance. I love the bromance between Eun Soon Woo (Jung Il Woo) and Yang Jin Mo (Eum Moon Suk). They were always fun to watch with all their detective adventures!

Extra Love Team. Yang Jin Moo and Sa Na Hee were such fun! Both best friend of the top leads, it’s good to see them as another love team!

Impressive villains. All along I thought it was just Kang Tae Joon (Yoon Sun Woo). Bad guy was written all over his face. He was so good in acting. But who would have thought, our good and quiet secretary Kim to be the ultimate baddie. I’m just impressed with the  villains.

Love the Ending. I love how everything got resolved, and how generous they are with the epilogue. It was great to see the two love teams doing well on their own.

My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)


Little Women

little women kdramaSummary: Oh In Joo, Oh In Kyung and Oh In Hye are sisters who grew up poor. They get involved in a case that lead them to fight against the richest and most influential family in Korea.

Little Women Trailer

Genre: Family, Mystery
Episodes: 12
Stars: Kim Go Eun as Oh In Joo
Nam Ji Hyun as Oh In Kyung
Park Ji Hoo as Oh In Hye



Likes: I think what made me really watch this show was the promising cast. Just taking a look at the big names, we’ve got Kim Go Eun, Nam Ji Hyun, Wi Ha Joon and Uhm Ki Joon as main cast. Such a feast for a kdrama fan who’d seen these faces a number of times in the past. Of course, I had high expectations. Did it really hit the mark? That, I’ll talk about later in the bottom.

So, let’s take a look at the big names and their roles…

Kim Go Eun as Oh In Joo – I know she’s a great actress, but her role her kind of annoyed me a bit. She was so gullible. I wouldn’t say, stupid, but simply and annoyingly easy to get convinced. Anyway, Kim Go Eun did so well in portraying that.

Nam Ji Hyun as Oh In Kyung – I love In Kyung’s personality! She was tough and brave. She would always stand up to what she believed in and always ready to fight. Nam Ji Hyun’s chemistry with Kang Hoon was also awesome!

Park Ji Hoo as Oh In Hye – I wasn’t a fun of In Hye that much. I don’t like people getting swayed easily with living in mansion. However, I like the actress Park Ji Hoo. She’s a promising young star.



Wi Ha Joon as Choi Do Il – Wi Ha Joon helping Kim Go Eun solved mysteries gave a Squid Game vibe. The forever, mystery revealer! I love seeing him again, although I wished he had more chemistry with Kim Go Eun.

Uhm Ki Joon as Park Jae Sang – the villain role was written all over his face but I was so surprised how it ended with him. What a twist!

Uhm Ji Won as Won Sang Ah – our great villainess, the master puppeteer, the artist. She was so twisted but remain artistic with her ways. Brilliant acting by the lady!

The Story. I was definitely feeling a Squid Game vibe. Psychotic for sure and maybe because Wi Ha Joon was in it 😊. I like the web of mysteries, they were for sure interesting and kept me hooked all throughout. This is of course based on the novel Little Women, so it’s also about sisters who’d gone through difficult times in their lives. It’s a coming of age drama wrapped in psychotic mystery 😉.



The Mystery of the Orchid. I like the importance of the orchid in the show. Not only it was beautiful, but it was representative as well. So once one is not part of the orchid family, he or she becomes a loose orchid, meaning time to die. Of course, the orchid is managed by the main villainess, who’s I think was the star of the show.

The Main Villainess. Of course she was psychotic, but you’ve got to give her that. She was an artist. She wanted to give life to her art. What a twisted mind, but artistic as well.

Singapore with Love! It’s good to see kdrama travelling out again to film. Although, I always associate kdrama with Seoul but it’s good to see other beautiful cities as well.  Singapore was of course a great choice. Still wanna visit the place one day!

Cameo Surprise. One of the first episodes had Song Jong Ki cameo! What a treat! And what a great-looking sales person!

Dislikes: I think the cast was excellent, but the story was quite weak. I like the mysterious approach, the puzzles and everything, but so many loose ends. The plot was also quite messy, it was all over the place. Hard to keep up especially with so many characters in the story.

My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)


Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist

poong the joseon psychiatrist kdramaSummary: Yoo Se Poong is a genius doctor and works at the palace but he gets blame for the death of the king. He has to leave Hanyang with a trauma that makes him unable to do acupuncture anymore. He then meets a town doctor who becomes his teacher and a widow who becomes his student.

Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist Trailer

Genre: Period, Medical, Psychological
Episodes: 12
Stars: Kim Min Jae as Yoo Se Poong
Kim Hyang Gi as Seo Eun Woo
Kim Sang Kyung as Gye Ji Han




Likes: I love the theme of the drama. A psychiatrist during the Joseon era treating people who were sick in the mind and in the heart. I’m always curious how it was like in the olden days, just like how my grandma would tell stories during her times. I like how they made this one so light-hearted despite the psychological theme. It was funny, so relatable and family-focused, that you just wanted to be part of it. Such a heartwarming show!

Medical cases. Every episode focused on someone who has a medical condition, and that becomes the topic. Expanding the storyline  by taking on different cases makes every episode richer. And our leads trying to solve and treat every condition, dealing with difficult people in the process, was quite an adventure.

The plague. Seeing how the people in the past would handle epidemic is quite interesting. Harsher definitely. It made me think how lucky we are to be living now. We might have to go through strict lockdowns but at least we don’t get burned alive in quarantine. But that’s how it was like before. Cure was difficult to find. It was definitely a scarier time. And the psychological effect on people was pretty apparent too. However, what made it so different is that people in the past worked a lot as families. Hurdles like health or poverty were overcame a lot by being together.

The family. As I’ve mentioned above, family was very important. The Gyesu Village clinic family was such a happy one. They were not all blood-related but they were a family. I loved the warmth in that clinic. They help each other to treat the sick, they eat together, they joke with each other, protect each member, they all work happily for a common goal.



Our dear cast…

Kim Min Jae as Yoo Se Poong – I loved seeing Kim Min Jae in period dramas, this suits him so well. As a genius doctor who fell from grace due to his involvement in the death of the previous king, he did great! I like his haughty character, who’s also soft-hearted when it comes to people in need and those who are family to him. Just got to love the guy!

Kim Hyang Gi as Seo Eun Woo – she’s not the prettiest but she really fits well in this era. But the more I watched her, the more beautiful she had become. I also like her chemistry with Kim Mim Jae. Although, they were both too coy in this season, I just loved watching them together and I look forward for more romantic scenes next season.

Kim Sang Kyung as Gye Ji Han – I love this guy, he’s great! I like his father figure role here. He’s basically the head of the Gyesu Clinic and the robin hood of the village. He was very funny especially when he met the King but unaware he was the king, he gave him his honest diagnoses 😄.

Veteran’s cameo. Seeing veteran actor Ahn Nae Sang, who took the role of the previous king who died of poisoning in the first episode and Jang Hyun Sung, who took the role of Poong’s father,  and also died in the second episode, I thought, wow, we’ve got big actors here, this show would be promising.

Ending. The story of the poisoning of the king has been resolved and the bad guys had paid for it with their lives. Now we’ll move on. Having a second season seems to be a trend this year. Oh well, good news to us fans, we’ll be seeing more of Poong’s medical adventure. Hopefully, more romance too.

My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)


Big Mouth

big-mouth kdramaSummary: Park Chang Ho is a lawyer who barely wins his cases. He gets into trouble when he took a case that involved the rich. He is framed as the most wanted conman “Big Mouth” and get stuck in prison. His wife, Go Mi Ho, who works as a nurse, tries too investigate to help her husband clears his name.

Big Mouth Trailer

Genre: Legal, Crime
Episodes: 16
Stars: Lee Jong Suk as Park Chang Ho
Im Yoon Ah as Go Mi Ho
Kim Joo Hun as Choi Do Ha




Likes: Where do I begin? This drama is such a big mess that I like it in a way. One thing is sure, it kept me hook throughout. I think the actions were too good, although our poor Lee Jong Suk always got beaten up to a pulp especially at the start.

The Real Big Mouse. That was definitely a lot of guessing from my part. Who could have done all that inside the prison? I like how thrilling it all came out, although I wasn’t really blown away by the big reveal. However, the real Big Mouse was the most sympathetic of them all so no surprise how he could gather all those loyal followers.

The Maze. Park Chang Ho was in an impossible maze. There was no way out but we’ve got some Deus ex Machina in this show so all good, our hero was always saved. I love the representative maze in the intro together, with it’s music. It simply captured the whole show.

Amazing Cast. Definitely some biggies here…

Lee Jong Suk as Park Chang Ho – it’s good to see him again after a while! No doubt his best kdrama is still W, no wonder the production has added some W elements in this drama. He did a great job here, just so beaten up, the poor guy!



Im Yoon Ah as Go Mi Ho – I love Go Mi Ho’s love and dedication to her husband, I thought it was very brave. However, she also did some stupid stuff. She could have avoided being sick and dying from it, had she not go into that tunnel. That was really stupid! Anyway, I like Im Yoon Ah, she’s cute but fierce, suits Go Mi Ho’s personality well.

Kim Joo Hun as Choi Do Ha – His smirks were really annoying! Oh well, sign of a good villain perhaps. However, I would have preferred his role to have taken a good turn, after all, he was just also trying to avenge his family. But yeah, he completely lost it and became the ultimate bad guy!

Jeon Kuk Hwan as Chairman Kang Seung Gun – He was the biggest baddie no doubt, and I wanted him to remain the bad guy not Choi Do Ha. Anyway, Jeon Kuk Hwan is such a great actor, he always leaves an impression of greatness whatever role he takes.

Jung Jae-Sung as Warden Park Yoon Gab – I absolutely love this guy! He was awesome! He was so annoying in the beginning, but when he got beaten up, he looked like a pitiful puppy. So tough to survive all the beating but in the end he was still standing.

There were so many good actors in this drama, too many to mention actually but surely made the show interesting!



Twists-filled. There so many twists in this drama, but two are really stuck in my head. Go Mi Ho getting sick and Choi Do Ha’s beloved wife being abandoned by him. Tragic for Go Mi Ho and simply heartless of Choi Do Ha!

Ending. So that’s how it ends… our mouse finally walks out of the maze alive and well but not without sacrifice. On the other hand, the bad guy has to pay for his sins painfully.

Dislikes: This has very messy, disconnected story lines! It was well compensated though with good acting and twists. However, there were a lot of scenes which were just stupid and unnecessary. The story was indeed bad but I can’t deny it was exciting to watch. So, I made it through!

My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)


Kiss Sixth Sense

kiss sixth sense kdramaSummary: Hong Ye Sol has a special ability to see her future once her lips touch someone. One day, she accidentally kisses her boss Cha Min Ho’s lips and she sees their happy future together. She can’t believe it, as she always find her boss as a cold type of guy.

Kiss Sixth Sense Trailer

Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Boss Romance
Episodes: 12
Stars: Yoon Kye Sang as Cha Min Ho
Seo Ji Hye as Hong Ye Sol
Kim Ji Suk as Lee Pil Yo
Lee Joo Yeon as Oh Ji-Young



Likes: I got so hooked in this as the chemistry between the leads was just too goooood to ignore. Also loved the two’s supernatural abilities, Hong Ye Sol, being able to see the future and Cha Min Ho’s extra hearing ability. Combined with an office romance atmosphere, I thought the story was one of a kind, exciting and definitely kept me entertained all throughout.

Our sexy top leads

Yoon Kye Sang as Cha Min Ho – I’ve watched one of his older shows, gosh that was too long ago. He still looked young then but already had a crush on him. It must be those eyes 😍. He’d aged definitely but still really handsome! I loved his character here, Cha Min Ho, I thought it suited him so well. Very OC, cold, too good in his job, tough boss but then he’s got that undeniable charm.

Seo Ji Hye as Hong Ye Sol – she’s gorgeous as usual and looked great with Yoon Kye Sang. The character has that haughty feel like Seo Dan in Crash Landing in You who I really adored. Hong Ye Sol though went through a trauma so she wasn’t all that tough, but her connection with Cha Min Ho made her see the future with a positive light. I love the dependency between these two lead characters, it made the love story more interesting.

Ad World. This gives us a peek on how ads are made. A lot of people are involved before a short ad, which sometimes doesn’t even capture our attention, is finally out there. I personally appreciate a really good ad, but I never thought of how much work it really involved. I like how the show sheds light on the industry.

Intro Music. I always looked forward to this  every week, “I see the future…”. It is sooo good and it made Yoon Kye Sang really looked hot in the trailer too. Check it out… Kiss Sixth Sense Intro Song!



Jackson!  If you watch the show then you’ll know who Jackson is 😊. Jackson, sorry darling but you shouldn’t be on the way. We’ll get you fixed later.

Blood Moon. Hah, that almost killed me! Our Min Ho looked like he was transitioning into a werewolf! Why did they give that wrong message?! Anyway, the blood moon was magnificent!

Other loveteams. I thought Hong Ye Sol’s cousin and Cha Min Ho’s doctor’s love team was so cute! I loved how clingy the doctor was, he was adorable! Lee Pil Yo, Hong Ye Sol’s ex got another shot in love, and that’s with the actress Oh Ji-Young, who was after Cha Min Ho all the time. I’m good, looks like happy ending awaits everyone!

12 Episode-Show. It would have ended up boring if they dragged it longer. It was straightforward, as soon as we reached the climax, it was done!

Dislikes: Although, it ended at 12th episode, I have the impression that there was a struggle with the story line on how to end it. That last episode was a bit unimpressive.

My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)


Crazy Love

crazy love kdramaSummary: Noh Go Jin is the top Math instructor and the CEO of GOTOP, a learning institute in Korea. He pretends he has amnesia due to a lot of death threats he had received. His secretary Lee Shin Ah, who has a grudge on Noh Go Jin for being a mean boss, pretends she is his fiancee thinking he doesn’t remember anything.

Crazy Love Trailer

Genre: Romantic Comedy, Boss Romance, Rich Boy Poor Girl, Mystery, Detective, Revenge
Episodes: 16
Stars: Kim Jae Wook as Noh Go Jin
Krystal Jung as Lee Shin Ah
Ha Jun as Oh Se Ki
Yoo In Young as Baek Soo Young



Likes: Something that I really miss when this drama ended was its intro music, Ra ta ta ta! Made me always excited when I would start another exciting episode. Actually, let’s check it out again, here it is Crazy Love Intro!

Boss Romance. I just started this list for the love of all kdramas that involve falling in love with, well usually tough, even bully, but of course handsome or pretty bosses. This is just one example and our lead Kim Jae Wook, lived up to our expectations!

Top Leads with awesome visuals.

Kim Jae Wook as Noh Go Jin – oh my gosh the role was so annoying in the beginning. It was so hard to fall for this conceited character. However, as we advanced to later episodes, there was clearly a development to his character, thank  goodness! Kim Jae Wook did great as Noh Go Jin, despite some awkward scenes. He just looked great on all those suits and extra sexy driving his blue Audi R8. I was definitely sold! His chemistry with Krystal was surprisingly amazing! I just love that kiss he gave her when she was on the ladder, looked very genuine!



Krystal Jung as Lee Shin Ah – Krystal is no doubt a great actor. She’s one of those ex idols who can actually really act. Her sister Tiffany, tried the same route, but sorry she wasn’t as good. Krystal as Lee Shin Ah was a natural. She took the role with ease. When it comes to visuals, Kim Jae Wook and her complemented each other so well. As I’ve mentioned above, their chemistry was quite strong. And yeah, she even sung!

Ha Jun as Oh Se Ki – I love this guy. He always spoke so well and was such a good actor. Oh Se Ki and Noh Go Jin’s brotherly bond in the drama was impressive and convincing, so the two of them drifting apart at some point, made me really sad.

Yoo In Young as Baek Soo Young – I haven’t seen her in a while and it was great seeing this amazingly beautiful face again in kdrama world. Her character here didn’t do her villainous acting capability justice. I had seen better but anyway, just glad to see her back.

Impressive office interiors. There was one thing I really noticed in this drama, the impressive offices! First, I love Noh Go Jin’s office… the white board, the books all over the place, it just suited our genius CEO well! Second, Park Yang Tae’s (Ilpum Edu CEO) more traditional, mature but still stylish. I specifically loved his black door, it was very chic! Lasty, Baek Soo Young’s so pretty, feminine and very stylish office. I just loved how the production paid attention to these details.



Impossible Love. At the start, love between our top leads Noh Go Jin and Lee Shin Ah was really nowhere in sight. The bickering between these two looked sooo convincing. As the show progressed, we were seeing possibilities and chemistry. The story also got more interesting, which unsurprisingly made its rating higher.

Impossible Career. I love how it ended with Lee Shin Ah living the impossible dream she had for a long time. She just didn’t give up becoming a teacher and her hard work paid off in the end. What was also impressive is that she chose another institution to work at, and her boyfriend supported her for that, although he knew he would lose such a talent.

Cherry Blossom Ending. It seems to be a trend but I still like it. It was such a beautiful scene and yeah, I love the rings! The couple also had one of the best wedding photos ever!

Dislikes: Desperate to promote that Kahi beauty stick!

My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)


Bulgasal: Immortal Souls

bulgasal kdramaSummary: Dan Hwal has lived for 600 years as a Bulgasal, a mythical creature who feeds off human blood and is cursed with immortality. He became a Bulgasal when the previous Bulgasal killed him and stole his soul, and is currently living as a human, who dies and gets reincarnated over and over again. Dan Hwal wants to claim his soul back so he’s been chasing a woman called Min Sang Woon, who’s the cause of his misery.

Trailer: Bulgasal: Immortal Souls

Genre: Fantasy, Supernatural
Episodes: 16
Stars: Lee Jin Wook as Dan Hwal
Kwon Na Ra as Min Sang Woon
Lee Joon as Ok Eul Tae
Gong Seung Yeon as Dan Sol




Likes: Just love this kind of storytelling, when the scenes keep switching from present to past to gradually shed light to the current gloomy setting. In this drama, they’ve been detailed with what happened during different periods. There was the Goryeo era, early Joseon, then Joseon during the Japanese invasion,  also I think year 2006 and of course, the present. It’s amazing to see the same place in different times, totally different worlds.The change in costumes, the hairstyles and location sets were very well-thought of. I just love Dan Hwal’s look during the Japanese invasion.

Cinematic experience. I’m very impressed with a lot beautiful and brilliantly shot scenes. My favourite is when Dan Hwal and Ming Sang Woon were next to that field with an amazing sunset as the backdrop. The details on the grasses, the colour of the sun and the silhouette of these two souls starting to remember each other. Just beautiful!

Different monsters. They definitely added extra challenge to Dan Hwal’s goal, although, he was also confused most of the time who his allies were. The other monsters served as obstacles to get to the biggest monster of them all, which was Ok Eul Tae.



Impressive makeup. I especially love Ok Eul Tae’s makeup when he slowly turned into an old guy. Pitiful and scary at the same time!

The twists. It was so difficult to understand at first, only the very last two episodes when it finally unraveled, who the original Bulgasals were. And of course their tragic story, which lasted for several hundred of years to  fix.

The cast…

Lee Jin Wook as Dan Hwal – fell in love with his hair ❤️. He looked extra good during Joseon’s Japanese invasion, especially the hair and the kimono. Also love his warrior look during the Goryeo period.

Kwon Na Ra as Min Sang Woon – so beautiful as the Bulgasal lady in red! As Min Sang Woon, she was this chatty and trustful person, who was so drawn to Dan Hwal, which was explained at the end.

Lee Joon as Ok Eul Tae – I’m most impressed by Lee Joon’s acting here. He was just brilliant. His voice, expression and mannerisms gave Ok Eul Tae’s character the edge. Ok Eul Tae gave an impression that he was the good person, and that was somehow always convincing. Well done Lee Joon for such an awesome performance.



Gong Seung Yeon as Dan Sol – I was surprised she took the supporting role, but although she was in a supporting role, you can’t deny her dominating presence. Gong Seung Yeon is such a beauty with beautiful speaking eyes.

The Power Ladies. Kwon Na Ra and Gong Seung Yeon in one frame is just blinding. Two gorgeous ladies (both top leads material) as sisters in one show, I just can’t get over that.

The Ending. We had two epilogues! One was 8 months later… The other one was 50 years later. I’m so glad the scriptwriters put an end to it.

Dislikes: The chemistry between Lee Jin Wook and Kwon Na Ra wasn’t that strong. I wish they had more time together after the final revelation.

The drama was a bit draggy at some points. It was going back and forth without any relevant progress.

My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)


Dali and the Cocky Prince

Dali and the Cocky Prince KdramaSummary: By mistake, Jin Moo Hak meets Kim Da Li in the Netherlands and makes a connection with her. He had no idea, she is from a prestigious Korean family. They meet again in Korea, Da Li struggling to save the family’s museum from collapsing. Jin Moo Hak tries his best to be of help to her.

Trailer: Dali and the Cocky Prince

Genre:  Romantic Comedy, Chaebol, Food
Episodes: 16
Stars: Kim Min Jae as Jin Moo Hak
Park Gyu Young as Kim Dal Ri
Kwon Yool as Jang Tae Jin
Yeon Woo as Ahn Chak Hee
Hwang Hee as Joo Won Tak



Likes: I just love the fact that Dali and Moo Hak’s love story revolves around art and art appreciation. I love art and I like going to museums, and I thought of it sometimes as a romantic place. Art museums in kdrama have been a set to famous romantic dramas in the past like Secret Garden, Her Private Life and even the house of the very rich in Mine. Museums command vastness, space, special light and of course contains the curated, precious art. It is such a special place.

Art effects. I don’t know if you’ve noticed this, but at the end of every episode the scene becomes a piece of art, like a beautiful oil painting. Such a nice and relevant touch! And for those who are curious which Modigliani’s painting was featured on the first episode, it’s the Jeanne Hébuterne with Hat and Necklace. The famous Dance in the Country by Renoir was also the inspiration of the drama’s official poster. It’s art all over the place!

Opposite attracts. The character of Dali, who grew up loving art and became an expert of it, was the total opposite of Jin Moo Hak, who grew up focused on making money and was uncultured in matters concerning art. Dali always commanded class and poise inspite of the financial challenges she was facing. She was a good person to begin with. Jin Moo Hak , although greedy to earn more money, uncultured, tacky and could be vulgar with his language, was also a genuine person. In the end, he made Dali laugh, feel protected and loved.



The cast. The top three are just artsy as their characters…

Kim Min Jae as Jin Moo Hak – his tacky appearance was one thing but no one can deny he’s got a young and handsome face. I thought Kim Min Jae looks like Yeo Jin Goo but he was nowhere looking like the latter in this drama. I was seeing a lot of Song Joong Ki in him here.

Park Gyu Young as Kim Dal Ri – My gosh, I thought this role was just perfect for her. She perfected the look of a prestigious family’s daughter. Always classy and poised! I also love her beauty, she looked so delicate just like the art pieces.

Kwon Yool as Jang Tae Jin – I always like Kwon Yool. He’s such a brilliant actor. I first noticed him in Whisper and I thought this chaebol badass role suited him so well. I am so glad to see him in this role again! He rocked as Jang Tae Jin! So handsome, so cold, so rich, so powerful, so badass!



Wardrobe design. Yes, it’s commendable! The outfits worn by our Dali and Moo Hak in the Netherlands when they first met were simply gorgeous! Of course I like all the dresses worn by Dali. They were very well-thought of and rightfully fit an heiress. Jin Moo Hak was also looking great in suit but I couldn’t take my eyes off Jang Tae Jin. He just looked so handsome in his outfits!

Playful and happy OST. I miss listening to the songs of the drama. They  always uplifted my mood. Here’s Dali and the Cocky Prince OST!

Ending. I got my 1 year later epilogue so I’m happy 😊.

Dislike: Minor, but I find Kim Min Jae too young-looking for his role.

My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)


One the Woman

one the woman kdramaSummary: Jo Yeon Joo is a prosecutor who gets into an accident. She wakes up not remembering who she was and is mistaken to be the 2nd daughter-in-law of a rich and powerful family, Kang Mi Na, who just looks like her.

Trailer: One the Woman

Genre:  Romantic Comedy, Chaebol
Episodes: 16
Stars: Lee Ha Nee as Kang Mi Na / Jo Yeon Joo
Lee Sang Yoon as Han Seung Wook
Lee Won Keun as Ahn Yoo Jun
Jin Seo Yeon as Han Seong Hye



Likes: Lee Ha Nee is definitely the wonder woman of the show! She was everything – she was very funny to begin with, I love her acting skills, her facial expressions are impressive, she’s tall and gorgeous and always looked great in her outfits, I even love her voice – from the thug-like to the chaebol-like tone, her long gorgeous hair is something to be envious about both curly and straight, her knowledge in several languages including Thai is impressive. I would say she gave both Kang Mi Na and Jo Yeon Joo’s characters justice. I especially love Jo Yeon Joo, the prosecutor, as she was super cool and was so skilled in fighting.

Funny Jo Yeon Joo Quote. “I want million and billions not in my probiotic but in my cash!” 😄

Favourite Quotes: “Walls turned sideways are bridges.”

“Once we love someone, we don’t get disappointed in them that easily.”

Tall Men. Oh well, since Lee Ha Nee is quite tall, it was just fitting to have her three tall and handsome leading men…

Lee Sang Yoon as Han Seung Wook – he is a model as seen in his well-proportioned built. After VIP, I’m glad he resurrected his good-boy image as the chaebol Seung Wook and love interest of our Jo Yeon Joo. These two really look great together.

Lee Won Keun as Ahn Yoo Jun – so tall and cute! This hoobae wants his prosecutor noona but our first leading man was to quick to get her. Anyway, his loyalty belongs to his noona all the way to the end. Very admirable!

Song Won Suk as Han Sung Woon – the powerless chaebol ex-husband! He might have been lacking but his looks wasn’t lagging behind.



Gorgeous outfits. It involved dressing up the very rich, and I would say the stylist did an awesome job. Loved Kang Mi Na / Jo Yeon Joo’s outfits, especially that floral dress she wore when she kissed Seung Wook. Han Seong Hye too had an impressive wardrobe, not to mention her notably, gorgeous earrings!

Veteran actors. Lots of them here and it made the show more worthwhile to watch as you can never go wrong with Jun Gook Hwan, Na Young Hee, Kim Chang Wan and Ye Soo Jung. Surprised to see the old maid played by Ye Soo Jung wearing tight jeans and high heels, she looked so fashionable!

Jo Yeon Joo as a bully. How do you bully back your senior when he’s mean to you? Call him Ahhh jhwoo shiii! 😄

Most awaited epilogue. After all the drama, my favourite part came… One year later…

Dislikes: The twist with Kang Mi Na changing her face wasn’t really believable especially that she wasn’t able to retain her deep voice.

The ending was giving more importance in living abroad than staying in their beloved Korea. More loyalty to Korea please!

My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)


Yumi’s Cells

yumi's cells kdramaSummary: Kim Yoo Mi is an ordinary office worker, shy and introverted, and who also has her love cell in coma because of a failed relationship three years ago. Her other brain cells are working hard but they all agree they miss Yumi’s  love cell most.

Trailer: Yumi’s Cells

Genre:  Romantic Comedy, Psychological
Episodes: 14
Stars: Kim Go Eun as Kim Yoo Mi
Ahn Bo Hyun as Goo Woong
Lee Yoo Bi as Ruby
Park Ji Hyun as Seo Sae Yi
Jin Young as Yoo Bobby
Choi Min Ho as Wook



Likes: Oh my gosh, Yumi’s cells are just too cute! And there are so many of them, all  impressively visualized! Although they’re all representations of what was going on Yumi’s head, they were accurate and totally relatable. I just couldn’t stop saying, “That is sooo true!” It’s amazing to see the cells as this tiny people running and doing their respective jobs inside our brain. If a cell is forgotten or not given importance, they die, just like what happened to photo cell or writer cell, but they can also get resurrected. I like how our brain is visualized as a village, with its village folks doing their duties.

Yumi’s Cells. I love all her cells working together but her brain was obviously dominated by love, reason, hunger, emotion and fashion. Her love cell was her number one. Yumi was capable of loving someone and putting that someone on top of her priority list. To watch her and her cell’s journey as she started dating Woong was truly fun. There was these roller coaster of emotion, which was of course well-portrayed by “emotion cell”. The time when her giant “hunger cell” shrunk and lost its appetite. Her “reason cell” panicking what to do when he’s out of reason. Her “fashion cell” making sure she wore the best during her dates. And of course “love cell” coming back to life after years-long of coma.

Woong’s Cells. He’s also got reason, love, but I remember Lustsaurus most, lol! Woong’s village has fewer cells than Yumi, well maybe because he runs on algorithm a lot. King Sullen had a cameo and he was so cute!

The first kiss. How could I forget that when there was some waist-grabbing involved.

The chemistry. Kim Yoo Mi and Go Woong chemistry was awesome. Love how she would stare at him whenever he’s shirtless 😍.

The OST. I just love the song Like a Star! Beautiful song!



Awesome cast. And we’ve got 2 idols as support…

Kim Go Eun as Kim Yoo Mi – Kim Go Eun did it again! I understand why she’s very much liked by a popular writer. Her ability to give her character justice is undeniable. Here as Yu Mi, she was this girl who closed her heart to love for a while but unexpectedly fell in love with someone who was not even her type.

Ahn Bo Hyun as Goo Woong – I never thought of Ahn Bo Hyun in romantic comedy, let alone the leading man. But surprisingly, he did so well and I’m already liking this guy. As Goo Woong, I love his awkwardness and sometime stiffness. He always appeared rough but he was a gentle soul.

Minho of kpop group Shinee and Jin Young of Got7 – it makes me happy to see this two idols! Jin Young specially is totally rocking the kdrama world!

Dislikes: Not sure of the ending. Hoping for a season 2 as it’s obviously to be continued.

My Rating: 8 stars! (10 as highest)