Unemployed Romance Korean Drama Review 2013

Unemployed Romance Korean Drama Review 2013

This drama didn’t have much broadcasting cause I think it aired on a cable channel. The ten episodes last a little less than usual. Unemployed Romance starts out like a fun and nice story but then it just disappears into depression and sadness. It has a good cast, and an out of the ordinary premise,…

Medical Top Team Korean Drama Review 2013

Medical Top Team Korean Drama Review 2013

A story that could have been sublime but isn’t even half way. Power struggles, long dialogues, predictable relationships, and really few medical cases. All that is what it makes this drama to turn almost unbearable and boring. I’m really sad that I have to make this review mainly because of the actors. Many of them…

Secret Korean Drama Review 2013

Secret Korean Drama Review 2013

There’s an urging need to talk about this drama called Secret. It actually is way better than I expected although I confessed myself to be a fan of its main leads. They’re both (saving some little exceptions) two of my favorite actors, and they always deliver. If I start from that initial point, I don’t…

Her Legend Korean Drama Review 2013

Her Legend Korean Drama Review 2013

After finishing Her Legend I have to rethink my decision of even thinking of starting it. I think the problem is basically because of two reasons, pretty fundamental reasons. Firstly, pure evil characters with no depth or apparent reason are too hard to deal with. If the only motivation they have is hating everything around…

Wonderful Mama Korean Drama Review 2013

Wonderful Mama Korean Drama Review 2013

Dramas with this amount of episodes are really out of my comfort zone. My limit is about 35. Mostly because there’s nothing that wouldn’t be told in fewer hours. Of course, there are exceptions like Smile, You (I highly recommend it). Sadly, I started Wonderful Mama for some really valid reasons, and once again I…

Two Weeks Korean Drama Review 2013

Two Weeks Korean Drama Review 2013

After Arang & The Magistrate, Lee Joon Ki took some time off for two reasons. Firstly, his singing career, and secondly he said he was expecting a script that would trap him enough to come back to performing in television air. That’s how we got Two Weeks and this Jang Tae San making us cry…