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Emergency Couple: Episode 12
by | March 9, 2014 | 98 Comments
What does it mean to be an ex-significant other? How do we choose to deal with the remnants of past failed relationships, those pesky lingering feelings, whether they be of love or animosity or anything in between? In this episode, we see various people answer these questions for themselves in a number of ways that... More »


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Sly and Single Again: Episode 4
by | March 8, 2014 | 80 Comments
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m now solidly behind this show. Episode 4 was sweet and playful overall, and it did a good job of setting up future relationships. It even began to change my opinion of second lead Yeo-jin, as her cold exterior cracks in places and we begin to see a... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 16
by | March 8, 2014 | 61 Comments
Remember that time everyone fought over the corpse of our hero’s father? Now it’s time to fight over the all-important club he left behind, which brings some new foes out of the woodwork, and some familiar ones too. That’s right—one of our fan favorites has returned from the brink of the character disposal bin to... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 15
by | March 7, 2014 | 41 Comments
Our hero causes an upset in his world of gangsters and politicking by taking on a new father in order to exact revenge for the old one, while his former flame finds out more about the woman her mother once was and how everything begins and ends in Shanghai. (Seriously. Everything.) At least there’s a... More »


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Sly and Single Again: Episode 3
by | March 7, 2014 | 130 Comments
In this episode, the plot contrives to keep our leads together, Ae-ra’s ego remains larger than life, and Jung-woo exhibits the insecurities that drive his petty behavior. Min-young keeps Ae-ra grounded, while Secretary Gil calls Jung-woo on his inconsistent actions and knows exactly how to handle him. We see more of boyish and charming Seung-hyun,... More »


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Three Days: Episode 2
by | March 6, 2014 | 82 Comments
Now that our world has been set up the action gets going, and it turns out that what we really have on our hands is a fugitive drama. I guess don’t mind, since I prefer a good wronged man runaway plot to a straight-up secret agent show, but it does feel a lot like Two... More »


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God’s Gift – 14 Days: Episode 2
by | March 6, 2014 | 201 Comments
Hello! I’m solabelly, and I’ll be joining the God’s Gift recapping team. A big thank you to javabeans and girlfriday for this amazing opportunity, and a big thanks and hello to all the readers! Please give me a while to figure out all the ins-and-outs of this blogging thing. I promise to try my best!... More »


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Three Days: Episode 1
by | March 5, 2014 | 101 Comments
We are just awash in premieres, aren’t we? SBS’s 24-esque Blue House thriller Three Days opened this week, and it certainly has the grandeur of a presidential drama, with a tone of solemnity that I find compelling in its own right. The story itself is just getting started so it’s unclear where that’ll go, and... More »


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Full Sun: Episode 6
by | March 5, 2014 | 35 Comments
Hunting down answers to get to the truth is never easy, especially if you aren’t prepared for the ones that await you. But that’s what our heroine needs to do if she wants to prove to everyone, including herself, that she’s more than a naive girl born with a silver spoon in her mouth. So... More »


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God’s Gift – 14 Days: Episode 1
by | March 4, 2014 | 116 Comments
Hello all! I’m dramallama, and I will be part of the recapping team for this great new Monday-Tuesday drama. I am quite a newbie to all of this, so I apologize in advance for any stumbles I make along the way. But I hope from the bottom of my drama-loving heart that my writing will... More »


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I Need Romance 3: Episode 16 (Final)
by | March 4, 2014 | 169 Comments
It’s a sweetly satisfying conclusion for the third installment of the I Need Romance franchise, with enough closure to feel like we’re sending characters off as better versions of themselves than when we met each of them, but also enough open-endedness to remain realistic and true to the tone of the series. Well, as realistic... More »