Song seung hun and lee yeon hee dating
I decided to create a separate blog post for additional Korean dramas. I know they were crap, but some unspecified addictive chemical in them kept me drinking. Song Joong Ki became one of my most favorite Korean actors since I watched him in Sungkyunkwan Scandal and Innocent Man (Nice Guy). The plot, the actors, the chemistry between the casts – total package.
I thought this list is getting too long and some of you might be having hard time loading the page. And because I got too addicted to it, I came up with an idea to embark on a quest to find the good quality romantic comedies. Plus you get to see tons of good-looking-shirtless actors running around.
They tackled a lot of important issues that has been happening in our society right now, quite the sensitive ones, but they were still able to keep the drama light and youthful. If you’re up for some kind of psychiatric-medical-romance, this one is for you. The acting, the directing, the editing, and the deliverance, overall A all around. I always appreciate well made art and this show was exactly that: Art.
And with that satisfying ending; I’d give this drama Realistic and healing! It's a sweet story that has real and down to earth dialog. The chemistry between the leads, the hilarious scenes, the awesome script, the acting, the facial expressions, and the kissing scenes – everything was just too perfect, realistic and so convincing. - don't miss the epilogues at the end of each episode, sometimes there are short funny skits and then there are continuations of a special moment that you don't see during the episode. But still, this drama goes above and beyond my expectations! If you are more of the "typical" rom-com affair, check this one out.
The flow of the drama was good, and I find it entertaining.
This had me laughing hysterically so many times but also provided its fair share of heart (the finale has me bawling! This drama makes me realize how important it is to value what you have, before it’s too late to start appreciating them.
I loved all the characters (personalities) he portrayed, I laughed and cried my eyes out because of them.
The actors and actresses portrayed their parts really well, not to mention they all have great chemistry. I appreciate how it shows and centers the importance of Family.
The writer deserves the credit, for bringing such a thoughtful, compelling story to viewers.
I am happy with how it ended, but it would have been more fulfilling to see the romance with Hyun Suk develop. Plot-wise, it was so-so, but I like how things turned out. But I truly wish, in my dreams, that second lead would be given a chance to live a happy life as well. It is when you realize that the supporting characters have better stories than the main leads, except they don’t get a happy ending. This is one of the most interesting dramas I’ve ever seen, and one of those dramas that made me weep.
Well, I wasn’t saying the leads were bad; I was referring to the story line. It’s a good kind of weird story line, very creative, full of heart and the characters are very well executed.