POV DISCUSSION: Three Days Overall Review


Okay~ Three Days has ended~!!!

This is the second Park Yoochun drama that I watched till the very last episode (the first being Sungkyunkwan Scandal), and yes, I’m proud of it. AHAHAHA. I never managed to finish watching Miss Ripley, Rooftop Prince & I Miss You – basically because I gave up on the story plot mid-way.

Thank goodness, Three Days wasn’t such a big mess – it was manageable, thanks to the cute Han Tae Kyung & Yoon Bo Won. Okay – I know their romance is not the main plot of the drama, and neither did they have a lot of romance, they just had a lot of fighting and running away scenes together – but those things are what made the drama worked for me.

I found the first 2-3 episodes boring, then it started to pick up – along the way got boring again – but the interactions between the two lead made me happier with each new episode 🙂

Honestly, I wasn’t that interested in the whole political fight (but I do acknowledge Kim Do Jin & the President was some nicely written characters) – I was just interested in finding out if they would end up together. And even though they didn’t literally got together, we know that Han Tae Kyung likes her a lot and vice versa.

You know – it took me quite a while to figure out what he meant when he said to her that she can’t move into his apartment (she’s looking for a house in Seoul) it would be difficult and he cannot protect her any more. It’s only after the episode ended, and I re-think about what he said and I realised what he meant. AHAHAHA.

“Not my apartment. It will be difficult, I don’t think I can protect you any more.”


7 thoughts on “POV DISCUSSION: Three Days Overall Review

  1. I just finished watching episode 16 and even though I read the recaps first (I know; I am a coward), I was still on the edge of my seat. And I could see that Bo Won finally got what he meant about not staying in his apartment:). So awkwardly cheeky that boy!

  2. Oh and can we get a shout out for strong female characters who aren’t fighting over a guy? I love that friendship, too. So basically are dramas telling me that the only way two female leads are not going to fighting over a guy is if the president and an entire village are in danger?

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