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Cinderella, Prosecutor, Taste: First episode impressions

Finally! The new Wednesday-Thursday battle is off, and the results are pretty consistent with my expectations, both content- and ratings-wise.

First, the numbers: Cinderella’s Sister took the lead with a 16.7%, while Personal Taste was in second with a 12.7%. Prosecutor Princess trailed with a 7.3%. (Those are TNS Media numbers; AGB Nielsen gave the numbers as 15.8%, 12.8%, and 8.0%.)

I think it’s likely this trend will hold. After seeing all first episodes, I think it’s also an accurate reflection (for once!) on the relative quality of the shows. Each series had strengths and weaknesses, but this time I have a clear picture of which ones I prefer and why.

On to the reviews! (To the spoiler-phobes: I have avoided giving away any big plot points that aren’t already known.)

CINDERELLA’S SISTER (KBS)

In my latest Oh My Lady recap, I mentioned the issue of a drama making an emotional connection with the viewer, and how Oh My Lady has been slow to build that rapport. In contrast, Cinderella’s Sister is very good about establishing that connection right away, and I felt myself drawn from the start.

Tonally, the first episode wasn’t angsty or tragic, and was surprisingly light. Not light in a fluffy way, but in a way that is humorous and heartfelt. (I suspect that the drama will grow heavier later, but am thankful it starts briskly.) I feel confident saying that of the three Wednesday premieres, this was the strongest first episode and while none of them sucked, it was a pretty obvious first-place. The pacing is assured, the scenery beautiful. The acting is outstanding, not just from the leads but everyone. (That would be Moon Geun-young, Seo Woo, Chun Jung-myung, Lee Mi-sook, and Kim Gab-soo. Taecyeon is not in this episode.)

Without giving away too many plot points, the gist of the story is this: Eun-jo (Moon Geun-young), somewhere in her mid-teens, is the daughter to a woman who keeps shacking up with horrible men — drinkers, beaters, lowlifes. Mom Kang-sook (Lee Mi-sook) goes from one man to another, and Eun-jo bears this stoically although she’s sick of living like this. Hyo-sun (Seo Woo) is a bright, lovable girl whose father owns a makgulli (rice wine) company. Meeting Kang-sook stirs her longing for a mother figure, and Hyo-sun does her best to push Kang-sook toward her father. Ki-hoon (Chun Jung-myung) is a good-natured employee of the makgulli company and a caring, mature older brother figure to Hyo-sun, who adores him. Though his interaction with Eun-jo is brief, he’s the only person who’s able to get through Eun-jo’s tough outer shell.

Moon Geun-young as Eun-jo is the main draw by far, and she does her cynical, hurt, defensive role well. She makes Eun-jo relatable and unique, and acts with convincing intensity. I love Chun Jung-myung so I’m thrilled merely to see him back onscreen again, but I’ll admit he doesn’t have much to do in this episode. However, his gentle, smiling presence in itself gives his character a warm aura. I am keen to see how their relationship unfolds, and by keen I mean VERY. I’m invested already.

That said, I think Seo Woo is almost as strong as Moon Geun-young. Yes, she most certainly overacts as the young schoolgirl. I suspect some viewers will find it annoying. As in Tamra the Island, I find Seo Woo’s girlish exaggerations cute rather than contrived, because they seem genuine to the actress herself, and not put-upon to force cutesiness. I am also being a little lenient because she’s playing a young teen, and will revise my opinion if she doesn’t grow out of it later. All that said, it’s the crying scene where she really stands out, and she makes Hyo-sun’s tears not only sympathetic but entirely believable. I was impressed.

Kim Gab-soo is excellent as the quiet, withdrawn father. You won’t find a trace of his creepy villain (Hon, Partner, Tazza) in this character, who is alternately gruff and vulnerable. Lee Mi-sook is the perfect stepmother to Cinderella, and she plays Kang-sook with layers of complexity. In fact, everyone plays their characters with layers, which is why I have a good feeling about this drama. It’s not simply reversing the Cinderella fairy tale, it’s subverting all the relationships and creating something new with them. I find that really compelling.

 

PROSECUTOR PRINCESS (SBS)

The basic plot features Ma Hye-ri (Kim So-yeon) as a fashion-loving prosecutor who is the latest addition in the public prosecutor’s office. With her love of stylish clothing and extravagant shoes (and jewelry, and handbags), she stands out in the low-key, no-nonsense office, and not in a good way. It’s no surprise, then, that Episode 1’s plot largely centers around a pair of fabulous shoes.

As the daughter of a prosecutor, she has made it through school at his prodding, and thinks she’s finally free of all that hard work. Of course, we know her hard work is just about to start. Her first encounter with a case shows us that what she’s lacking isn’t a brain — she’s plenty smart, and she knows the law — but a compassion and connection to her cases. The law is cut-and-dried to her, and developing an attachment to her cases on a basic human level will probably figure largely in her growth.

The big lure here is certainly Kim So-yeon, whose take on frivolous Ma Hye-ri is bubbly and entertaining. I am not by any means comparing her acting to Mi-shil in Queen Seon-deok, but both roles gave me a similar sense of watching a skilled actress diving into a character with gusto and enjoying playing around. Kim has altered her intonation and speech patterns and completely changed her image, and it’s particular fun to watch her because it was only a few months ago that she was so tough and fierce in IRIS.

This is essentially Legally Blonde set in a public prosecutor’s office, and I think the similarities are pretty deliberate, down to Hye-ri’s offbeat candidness, overaccessorization, and near-garish fashion sense. For some reason it doesn’t feel like a total copycat to me, though, and I wonder if maybe the cultural differences are enough to set it apart.

Where Prosecutor Princess falters is in that everything feels just a little too familiar. I’m always looking for a drama to show that one flash of inventiveness, a twist on a trope, or a jolt of new energy — it doesn’t have to be completely new, but there’s got to be something that feels different. I don’t get that feeling from Prosecutor Princess.

The characters and plot setup are straightforward thus far. They’re aiming to give Park Shi-hoo‘s character a tinge of mystery, and to their credit they achieve that, since I’m curious to know what his deal is. But that’s a purely intellectual curiosity, not an emotional one. Neither he nor Han Jung-soo‘s serious prosecutor character have been explained much, but I don’t find that I’m very interested. They haven’t really broken through to give their characters life, and I thought Han Jung-soo was stiff.

There’s a yet-unexplained subplot regarding a case Han Jung-soo has been following for three years, but like with many dramas with a legal (or business) angle, the pace drags when we linger on the case. Partner lost me with its dry legal storylines despite the chemistry between the leads; I fear the same may happen with Prosecutor Princess. (At least this drama is working in an additional angle with Hye-ri’s professional and personal growth, which may save it.)

Based on the first episode, my prediction is that Prosecutor Princess will have a small but loyal following. It’s not bad, it’s just in a tough timeslot — I think those who want something more substantial will gravitate toward Cinderella’s Sister, while those who want a light romantic comedy may be more drawn to the zippier Personal Taste. I’ve been wrong before, but that’s my gut feeling.

 

PERSONAL TASTE (MBC)

I said that Cinderella’s Sister had the best first episode, in that it’s the best-produced and most cohesive package. But Personal Taste is my pick for the most fun and laughs — it’s cute, well-cast, and has a freshness to its humor. The jokes aren’t wildly original, but they’re presented well and feel new for a kdrama. (I mean, a gay-blowjob joke on Korean television? Ha!) Also, every deviation that the drama has made from the novel has been for the better (so far).

If you’ve been following the novel posts, you’ll get the gist. If you haven’t, here’s the deal: Kae-in (Sohn Ye-jin) is an upbeat and good-hearted furniture designer, if naive and rather dense. She is badly hurt by her boyfriend, whom she believes is going to propose to her when he is in fact marrying her friend the next day.

In a series of chance encounters, she gets off on the wrong foot with Jin-ho (Lee Min-ho), an architect who works at a rival firm to her ex. She thinks he’s a pervert at first, but then gets the impression that he’s gay. Jin-ho, who considers her a clueless blunderer, doesn’t bother correcting her. In the next episode (we aren’t there yet), Kae-in agrees to let Jin-ho move in, fed up with straight guys and liking the idea of having a gay roommate. Little does she know that Jin-ho has an ulterior motive: he badly needs to win a building project, and needs to study her house in order to do so, as she is the daughter to the famed architect who built it.

Spot-on casting, for sure. Sohn Ye-jin is perfect as Kae-in, showing the character’s positive personality even as she bumbles through various encounters. She also lets a naivete and vulnerability shine through, making it easy to root for her. Everyone, from the main cast to the supporting members, has that extra spark that draws you to them and their roles. I have a feeling the sidekicks are going to be a hoot. I even like Kim Ji-suk‘s take on his character, who is nowhere near as awful as the book character; you can see he’s conflicted and remorseful. He’s just also a wuss.

Lee Min-ho may be young (he’s even younger than Im Seulong despite playing his hyung), but he wears Jin-ho’s airs perfectly. I’ll be the first to sing Lee’s praises, but I was worried that he wouldn’t be able to emerge from the Boys Before Flowers shadow — which is considerable — or live up to expectations, particularly since he’s taken over a year to choose his next project. I think he does quite nicely.

You might say that of course I like Personal Taste because I expected to like it — but I think liking the idea actually makes it harder to live up to the hype. Episode 1 is a little unstable at times and the pacing is uneven in the first half, but in the second half it starts to gel and really work. At the end of the hour, this is the drama whose second episode I wanted to see the most.

 
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Ooh, this was fast! I thought Personal Taste would be the best out of the three, but it appears otherwise. :) Thanks!

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could I add that Im Seulong cracked me up today? I never knew he could act like that. I'm looking more forward to his drama performance than, say, Taecyeon's...

Moon Geunyoung was amazing. I can't wait to see all the characters in more depth as the dramas continue.

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With so many choices, I'm loving Wed-Thur's lineups!! On to watch Cinderella's Sister now!

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spot-on commentary on Cinderella's Sister. Main highlight has got to be the chasing scene between MGY and CJM. =) Hope you'll recap CS or PT or even better, both. hehehehe.

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Of the three that premiered today, I think I'm gravitating towards Cinderella's Sister. Don't get me wrong, Personal Taste came in a CLOSE second because I love those fun Rom-Coms. But of the first episodes, the story-line for CS perked up my interests.... Prosecutor Princess was so-so for me, didn't really hold my attention.

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Sadly the language barrier has prevented me from seeing any of the three episodes so far. But I am anticipating!!!!

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glad to see cinderella's sister rating is good. i like lee minho but i want him to play in a drama that will show case more of his acting. we noe the guy can do comedy. ahehe. but neither the less i will eventually watch all 3 dramas. but for sure cinderella's sister will be on the top of my list to watch first.

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i watched personal taste, and im in the middle of cinderella's sister.
personal taste was very enjoyable and i ABSOLUTELY LOVED the part where kim ji suk held his glass of water when gae-in came back to the table, when he thought she might douse him! that was one of my favorite scenes :)

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So far I've only seen Cinderella's sister and...I LOVED it!!

I really like Moon's character so far

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Thank you for the first impressions! All three dramas coming out together- it's a bit overwhelming! I haven't really decided which one I want to see now or if I should start any of them because of hw and end of the semester final projects....maybe i'll sneak a peak at Personal Taste.

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@FT - I completely agree with you about the chasing scene.

I always love your recaps Javabeans. I didn't see Prosecutor Princess but I did see the other two and I think I will defnitely be watching Cinderella's Sister and Personal Taste . I liked Personal Taste and definitely have a soft spot for LMH but I loved Cinderella's Sister's first episode because the acting was solid and after so many rom-coms I was looking for something with a more serious edge. Also even though their interactions were few I can feel that the chemistry between CJM and MGY's characters and I am excited to see how this relationship develops as well as the other storylines. As for personal taste I am not as drawn to the leads relationship as of yet but probably will as the episodes progress but the humor is refreshing.

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I've watched Personal Taste and Cinderella's sister and I'm liking them both, although I am in the mood to watch something with more drama, so I'll probably watch Personal Taste later on down the line.

I've never felt such intensity between a couple so early.... Chun Jung-myung looks at Moon Geun-young as if she were a wild black stallion to tame. Maybe his character likes a challenge. I haven't watched anything with Seo Woo, but I certainly believe she is overacting on purpose and will tone it down later when they "grow up". My only nitpick is that the first few songs used didn't feel right.. in fact the opening scene felt a little out of place with it's musical choice, but by the end of the episode I was hooked.

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LMH LMH LMH
YUMMY

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personal taste is the best drama so far, for me
son yeh jin is such a good actress, wow!
and lee min ho is good for this role
cinderella's sister ep 1 is okay, not the best. i look forward for the future episodes
prosecuter princess was cute, its okay

personal taste for me! i want a cute drama, too much serious dramas these days

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yayy!!!!! can't wait for the second episode ehehe thanks a lot!!!!

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Thanks for sharing your first impressions! It reminds me of the January 4th rush (with FOUR dramas premiering at once!).

I must say, I'm actually impressed with all three dramas. Cinderella's Sister and Personal Taste definitely lived up to my expectations (which is no small feat, considering how high they were) and Prosecutor Princess, which I was initially prepared to dismiss right off the bat, didn't turn out so bad.

I sense many sleepless Wednesday and Thursday nights ahead... =]

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I almost died during the elevator blowjob scene in Personal Taste. I hesitate to say this is a progressive drama as homosexuality is still met with surprise and whispers, but it's a small step for Kdramas! Between Personal Taste and Oh My Lady, my eyes are feasting on all that candy! The week just got more interesting. :D

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I love Son Ye Jin in this episode, some how I feel I am watching her in a movie.
LMH does not show that he's different from before.

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does anyone think that moon guen young character/concept to is similiar to ses eugene when she was doing a mv with kangta, back in early 2000s
eugene had that look and she was a thief and then fell in love with kangta and ....
anyway dont remember the mv 's name but her look is like hers
anyway look forward to cinderella's sister as it has more a story, still wanting to find a drama that has some depth like slingshot/story of a man
prosecutor feels a lot a like legally blonde and
personal tasta might take a backseat cos i dont like lee min ho, his acting in his previous drama like BOF and that highschool drama was really corny

anyway, ill wait for the sub vids to come out and form an opnion then
man i got so much to watch, jejoogwon, chuno, birth of rich man, obgyn and now these new ones, i dont think i can keep up with all of them

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Thanks for your quick review. In my opinion, I like Cinderella's sister best. You know that in a drama, if you don't like the leads, it doesn't work. And it happens like that to me with Taste and Princess. I liked Kim So Yeon and Sohn Ye-jin but I think they're just too much in these dramas, acting cute. Unlike Chae-rim, who I found very cute in ajumma's character.

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Well, it looks like I already know what my plans are for this friday night, catching up on some new shows. Most excited about Cinderella's Sister. I absolutely adore MGY's acting. She leaves so many younger actors in the dust when it comes to her craft. Curious as to how I'll like Personal Taste but I have good hopes for it since I like the two main actors. Really didn't have much interest in Prosecutor Princess but I might have to give it a try.

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Hold up, the guy playing Kae-In's ex isn't Haha? I was so impressed with his dramatic turn too! Whoops.

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i love son ye jin so much , but i am sorry i am prefering cinderella's sister..
i want to watch melodrama now!!!..

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ooh thank you!

rats I had SBS & KBS up live but was uber depressed when MBC failed on me :( then to make me even more pissed it started working after PT finished.. so far I'm pretty excited about Tonite as I'm spoilt for choice!

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U ARE AMAZING. will comment again after reading.

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Yes; I've been waiting for this! Glad I don't have to choose between Cinderella and Personal Taste anymore. Super.

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I am surely gonna give Prosecutor Princess and Personal Taste a try. As for Cinderella's Sister, maybe yes, maybe no. I kinda expected it to be quite a heavy drama because of the word 'Cinderella' and I'm definitely not gonna go into something too heavy for now due to the increasing workload and approaching finals. I just need something light and funny to let me laugh my head off and forget about school work for one to two hours. Anything too heavy will only cause me indigestion.

I wonder if I'd ever get used to Kim So Yeon's new image. My brain seems to have registered her as a cool, sexy, kick-ass young lady in leather carrying pistols and machine guns. Heels and bags and jewelery? Hmmmm..... :)

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I'm excited to start watching now! Thanks for sharing! :D

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Please recapping cinderella's sister.. I am dying to know.

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Reading your personal views and "weight" of these three dramas permit me to sum up CS. Watched raw.
If Hyo sun's character is written on the same rival "plate" to eun jo's character then you can see a dynamic presentation of the two characters and I think Seo Woo could also give the vibes to this character maybe better.

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Haven't seen Cinderella's Sister yet, but Personal Taste was AWESOME. So cute, and so funny, and I absolutely loved Lee Minho in it. I was also a little worried that he wouldn't be able to cast off the shadow of Goo Joonpyo, but he's perfect as Jinho. They're all perfect, actually; I especially loved Im Seulong, whom I thought was incredibly silly and adorable without being too over-the-top. I seriously can't wait for the next episode! :3

To be honest, Prosecutor Princess didn't hold my attention for the entire episode, and I ended up dropping it midway to watch Personal Taste instead. If it improves in later episodes, I may give it a second shot, but for now I'm not really interested. (Although I did squeal when Park Shi-hoo appeared--I'm shallow and he's pretty. XD)

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@ 19 honest_will
I remember that mv! The song was "Agape" by Yoo Young Jin and here's the link to the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_TSa1LnCsE

It was a great song and really sad video. Eugene had shown a whole range of emotions in that mv.

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javabeans, your description of the first episode of CU reminds me of what happened to Will it snow for Christmas? as in it was surprisingly light (for a melodrama) but got really got into the melodramatics in the end. Actually this has alot of things going on it like WISFC but I won't go into detail.

I'll catch the 1st episode tomorrow. I need something a little heavier after Pasta

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I really enjoyed both CS ep.01 and PT ep.01. I haven't found a favorite show yet since each show offers me different ambiance to balance my day. I'm going to skip PP altogether; when this preview first came out I already figured it out how it is using a Legally Blond platform to build a story. I'm not impressed.

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Thanks for the speedy abd insightful comments! Reliable as always! I stopped myself halfway thru PT cuz I decided to come check your thoughts 1st :)

Is it me or does Prosecutor Princess bear some resemblance to the jdrama Fugoh Keiji staring Fukada Kyoko?

Now after two weeks of no drama there is suddenly 3 to choose from! Still going through the 1st eps, I think by next week I will follow either PT or Cinderella Sister and start the other half way into the drama and watch PP all at once when I have time....can wait to see how these drama unfolds.
MGY shines among actresses in her generation... really agree with the layers shown by actors in Cinderella.
And for light, trendy and funny entertainment, PT is perfect... SYJ is stellar and so glad LMH seemed to have stepped up his game.
Wonder who would end up gripping the audience's heart?

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ooooooooooooooooooooooo - despite cinderella sister's weird marketing campaign in previous weeks, it's still got the strength of a good story, good execution, and (better than) good actors.

so does that mean you're recapping all three? or perhaps cinderella's sister and personal taste?

i never thought wednesday-thursday nights would have such heated competition!

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To be honest of all three dramas I think I enjoyed Prosecutor Princess the most.
I'm suspecting though that it has more to do with me actually being able to follow it without understanding a word of it. I know quality wise this isn't going to be a heavy drama but it works because it won't distract me too much from my studies either :)

I haven't finished Personal Taste so not sure yet. Only went through the first half which is cute but not hilarious so far...except for the butt grab :D

I REALLY want to enjoy Cinderella Sister because I've actually been anticipating it the most and feel like you said it's got the most to offer in terms of an emotional connection but I found it a little harder to connect to without knowing what the characters are saying.

That said, I really liked that chase scene and Seo Woo's character so far. :)

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love your comment on personal taste "At the end of the hour, this is the drama whose second episode I wanted to see the most." I second that for sure.

i admin, personal taste won me over so i watch it live. i can't say i won't like cinderella sister since i haven't watch it yet.. but hey, i have a huge heart i can love as many as i want at the same time.

thanks javabeans :]]

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I was waiting for some sort of recap, but I wasn't expecting a rundown of all three :] Love it! Thanks!! Anyway, Cinderella definitely has a strong cast. I absolutely adore the main leads, CJM and MGY. I like my share of heavy dramas from time to time and I'm hoping the storyline stays on par with my expectations (though I'm not expecting much from Taecyeon. I'm hoping he does well for the drama's sake).

I tend to avoid career-related dramas (lawyers, docs, sports), so I'll pass on Prosecutor Princess. As for PT, I like SYJ and I'm glad that the drama is off to a good start. I'll probably wait for a few more eps come out (and a few more of your recaps, hopefully) before I decide whether I should pick this one up.

I haven't been excited about a drama in a while, so I'm hoping maybe CS or PT, or even both (*crosses fingers*).

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watch cinderella's sister raw today and although i only understood about 6 words, i absolutely loved it. really excited about this one. the scene where she's running and he grabs at her, causing her hair to come down was done really well ahhh and his smile is so warm and adorable!

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thanks javabeans! i loved CS as well! everything about it was good! I still can't stop replaying that one scene where CJM first meets MGY. his smile and her smirk haha, CHEMISTRY. and the chasing scene was freakin' suspenseful, i thought i was running with CJM and MGY. but the story does have its depth and the characters are going to be pretty complexed. although SEO WOO's character did catch me off guard with her "cuteness" but i'll give her the benefit of the doubt. im alil worried/curious about taec's character portrayal but i have faith in him. . this drama definitely met my expectations.

i was watching prosecuting princess but kinda started to drift off after the first 20 min. It's alright, i do like kim soo yeon tho!

thanks again! i always loved reading your recaps! =)

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I got so excited today (and wanted to avoid work) so I watched the first 15ish minutes of CU raw. I didn't understand anything but the feel of the show has already got me sold.

I want to check out PT. I think I am going to be deciding between PP and OML for my third one.

@lsk4020
oh my gosh, this is exactly like January 4th! This means sometime in July we will experience the same thing again?

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from the first ep, i like cinderella sister the best, and then princess.....maybe cuz i read recap of the novel personal taste...........should not have done that but they are all good

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I'll likely pass on 'Prosecuter Princess' and in fact, it wasn't a Kdrama I was eager or ever anticipated so that was a no-go from the start.

Thank you for you recap of Cinderella's Sister & Personal Taste. Even though I didn't read it thorougly, by choice, but from what I read, it is exactly as I expected. I'm glad to hear that both started off well and that others are enjoying even though its genre are completely different.

Right now, I'm not sure on which I want to watch yet. I adore both Son Ye Jin and Moon Geun Young as actresses but I guess it'll depend on my mood. I may watch Cinderella's Sister beforehand though and watch Personal Taste afterwards--I'm just not too fond of Lee Min Ho ever since the ever-so-disastrous, BOF.

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I like romantic comedies so Personal Taste would be on my watch list. I'm not a big fan of the main character in the Cinderella drama. There's something about that actress that just doesn't appeal to me. Probably not her acting, just her face. I think it's the same reason why I dislike UEE. I think it's the eyes.

I like both leads from Personal Taste and the plot sounds interesting so I look forward to watching it. Is it from MBC? I may have to wait and see if MBC America will show it once Still, Marry Me is over. Is the guy from 2AM in this drama?

Thanks for the updates, JB.

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I also think that the way they are ranked is how it will stay..with Cinderellas Sister in first, then Personal Taste and then Prosecutor Princess...

That scene in CS where he grabs her hair and it falls is what makes me think that this show will beat PT. Especially if they have more moments like that. I don't know. Its not really fair to compare the two. Haha.

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Such good birthday presents to me! :D

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i do agree with you on PT's casting. they all did very well for the first epi. hope to see your recap soon :)

PT will be my next addiction since YB... oh no,i'm burning midnight nights again if i'm to stream live... (sydney time is midnite by the time they finish the show)

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Man... I am really really keen on Cinderella Sister and Personal Taste... But am already following Oh My Lady rabidly! So many dramas... so litttle time...

And actually Prosecutor Princess looks really cute... Kim So Yeon is either mostly tragic or fierce, thus its nice to see her in a "fluffier" role like this... And oh yes... Park Shi Hoo oppa!

JB, thanks for this awesome review...

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can i just saw DAYUM SEULONG. I havent even seen the drama but that clip where his half naked, im already excited. im not even a 2am fan. im more of taec fan and im not even looking forward to him as much as seulong. boys lookin good.

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