Summary: The Witch’s Diner is run by the witch Jo Hee Ra and it serves food that grant wishes in return for something. Her assistant Jung Jin is the first customer to try the witch’s food and fulfills her revenge wish. Jung Jin works in the diner and would always try to warn the new customers that there’s a hefty price in exchange for their wishes.
Likes: The theme. At times it’s dark, it’s funny and it has delicious food! It just caught my attention right away and started watching it. The details on the food making were superb! Make you drool and hungry! I was especially craving the steaks!
The opening. I always enjoyed this part. Love the music and the animation. It’s full of mystic and magic. Check it out… The Witch’s Diner Opening.
Main story. I wasn’t expecting that much and was surprised by its depth. How things unraveled like the true identity of our main witch and her apprentice. I love the mystery behind the characters. It really didn’t look what it seemed. I also love the focus on two mothers – one giving birth and one raising the child, very similar to Mine. That makes one message clear, it doesn’t matter who does who, they were both mothers to the child. I found that very touching.
Mini stories. I enjoyed those short stories by the people who ate the food at the Witch’s Diner. What were their wishes? I was always curious if they were at all worth losing an arm or a liver or an eyesight. And the moral of every story is that how their loss of something gives them another thing that makes them truly happy. I really like that!
Song Ji Hyo as Jo Hee Ra – Love this witch! Tall, beautiful and stylish! I love her commanding presence, it lights up when she enters the room. It was also great to see her act as the young Joo Hee Ra. You couldn’t really tell with the age.
Nam Ji Hyun as Jung Jin – It’s good to see this girl after a long time. I like her, she’s a natural. Funny and bubbly too.
Chae Jung Hyeop as Lee Gil Yong – very convincing as a high school student. I was really rooting for him to be with Jung Jin in the end. They looked great together.
The ending. How Jung Jin embraced her fate at the end was I think courageous and beautiful. It didn’t just free her mom but also herself.
Epilogue bonus. I’m glad they gave Gil Yong the reward that he deserved. Passed on the baton!
Dislikes: Sorry no romance.
8 episodes were too short. They could have more mini stories.
Jung Jin’s wardrobe and styling were hideous but at least they made her look so pretty at the very end.