NOOOOOO IT ENDED TT_TT
I have so much to say, but putting all my emotions about this drama into words, still doesn’t do the drama justice. This drama is no doubt, one of the best dramas I’ve watched, and it will probably remain as one of my top favorites and I would remember it for a long long time.
Of course – the drama isn’t perfect. There are flaws here and there, but the amazing story, chemistry and acting by the casts – it made the drama a very unforgettable piece.
Now that the drama is over, I hope the casts all get enough rest, especially Ji Sung since he lost his voice while filming 😦 On the bright side, he can look forward to his baby in a 2-3 months time (i think?).
Anyway, I know I’m being greedy but maybe 1 year from now…. can we have another Ji Sung-Hwang Jung Eum reunion? Ahhh. This on-screen pairing is just pure magic and it’s sad if we can’t see them paired up again 😥
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This drama just gets better and better! I loved the latest two episodes and had a good laugh throughout. Of course, we finally have proper clues dropping slowly, though the family history is still a big question mark. Oh – and there was a good amount of tension too in the two episodes!
Even though I miss Do Hyun, I’m glad that Se Gi is back and I wish he stays longer, so that we can see him and Ri Jin interacting 🙂 I want both Do Hyun and Se Gi to spent equal amount of time with Ri Jin, you know?
As usual, not a recap – just screencaps and a bit of discussion here and there.
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Sleeping Witch, is the 4th Episode of MBC Drama Festival staring Park Seo Joon and Hwang Woo Seul Hye, about Ah Mi (Hwang Woo Seul Hye) who wakes up from 16 years of coma after a lap explosion 16 years ago when she was still a student.
Ah Mi wakes up after 16 years and does’t remember how the accident occurred. She tries to find out about her then-boyfriend, but her friends around her, tells her that they know of no such person. Him Chan (Park Seo Joon) who is always around Ah Mi (Ah Mi doesn’t know him personally), offers to help her look for her boyfriend. Him Chan is suspicious of Ah Mi’s friends, and Ah Mi who trusted them starts to grow suspicious as well, and she also finds Him Chan suspicious.
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SBS’s new Mon-Tue drama, One Warm Word has aired the first two episodes, and I’m officially sold. I don’t know if I should say the genre is a melo, or a mystery or comedy. I guess, it’s a mixture of all that. It’s a little unexpected that there was a considerable amount of humour. I thought when I heard the word “affair” between two married couples, it would be a definite melo. It’s nice that they added in some fun and cute as well.
Another surprise was that the drama started off with the affair already in progress, which basically means that Eun Jin (Han Hye Jin) is already having an affair with Jae Hak (Ji Jin Hee). I thought that the affair would be something down the road, but I guess not. This could either mean three things – Eun Jin and Jae Hak marrying after divorcing their spouses, or Eun Jin and Jae Hak going back to their respective spouses and lastly, Eun Jin and Jae Hak gets divorced, but don’t get together.
Are those conclusions common sense? Hah. Just sayin’. I’m rooting for Eun Jin and Jae Hak to stay with their current spouses. Reasons being, since the drama started off with the affair, it would be nice to see how they manage their feelings, and maybe repair their own marriage.
I’m not doing a full recap, but a short summary of Episode 1, screencaps included. SUMMARY.
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