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Team Dramabeans: What we’re watching

So, what are we all watching this week?

What kept you reaching for more (or agonizing when there was no more), and what made you want to throw your remote through the screen? Time to weigh in…

 

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I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day: Mmm…to me, this drama is the feeling you have when you nurse a hot mug of tea or coffee in your palms. The softest, coziest winter sweater that you can’t help pulling over your fingers. A poem that warmed your soul. A hug. I thought the final episode was a lovely and apt end to a drama that beautifully illustrated the small and wholesome pleasures of countryside living, bookclub with sundry neighbors, reconnecting with childhood friends, participating in community events, and letting go of past pain. I’m going to miss Hwi whose energy level never hovered below 100 and always kept things 100–“making money” is simply asking Eun-sub for his, ha!–and who can forget delightful goody two-shoes Jang-woo whose self-awareness of what makes him happy–working hard and living an ordinary life–sealed the deal for Eun-sil…and me!

The King: Eternal Monarch: I came for Woo Do-hwan, and if I somehow stay for this drama, it’ll probably be for [T]wo Do-hwans, and that’s it! The first two episodes were not a fun watch by any stretch, but I expected that much considering who the male lead is (sorry, it’s always been an Lee Min-NO for me, good looks notwithstanding); a majestic white horse does not a king make, especially if every line delivery is that tepid! Pros: Do-hwan in shades and a slick suit, Do-hwan with a Busan accent (reminiscent of his best role to date: Rescue Me’s Dong-chul!!!!!). Cons: everything else.

 

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Currently weecapping: A Piece of Your Mind, Rugal, and A Couple’s World

Chocolate: I’m currently covering three dramas that I like to refer to as the good, the bad, and the ugly (it’s so accurate), so my brain really needed a return to something… chocolatey. I had been really enjoying Chocolate, but had to pause when my drama plate got too full. I only got to watch one more episode this week, but I love everyone landing at the hospice as our main setting, and even more than that, I’m totally in love with watching them cook — and they do so much from scratch! It’s the kind of show that makes me write a grocery list as I watch. Now, with all that amazing, authentic homemade cooking, do they really expect me to believe that Cha-young goes to Quiznos for lunch on her day off? *Face palm*

The King: Eternal Monarch: I just couldn’t bring myself to watch any more. Reviewing Born Again zapped all my strength.

 

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Currently recapping: I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day and The King: Eternal Monarch

Hi Bye, Mama!: This was more of a tearjerker than I usually go for, but I’m glad I watched it. I loved the female relationships and nuanced characters. The understanding and support between Min-jung and Yuri was lovely from start to finish. I particularly liked how Min-jung was developed and how not stereotypical she was. She was a kind, strong person who dealt with a lot of prejudice due to her being a stepmom, but she always did her best for Seo-woo. It was so sweet that she even took Seo-woo to the playground so Yuri’s mom could see her. I liked the twist as to why Yuri was brought back. And, although it was tough, I’m glad we got the bittersweet ending we did. It would’ve felt like a cop-out if everything worked out happily ever after. While I could’ve done with a tad less crying by the end, I’ll fondly remember this drama about relationships, love and moving on in the face of loss.

365: Repeat the Year: We got a lot of answers this week, and they were what I expected at this point. I had roughly guessed Lee Shin’s reason for the reset, and our culprit is someone I’ve been suspicious of for a couple of weeks. But I’ve liked the pace of reveals. Now we’re in the final stretch with only one week to go, and I’m looking forward to the showdown. Also, I really hope they provide some information on the reset process itself. My hopes aren’t high that we’ll get a detailed explanation for how it all works, but a basic idea would be nice.

Born Again: I didn’t have high expectations but … yeah, no. I barely made it through the first two episodes and couldn’t finish the second day’s episodes. It felt all over the place and ridiculous. I don’t even know how to describe it, everything just felt off, somehow. Nothing was coming together. They were trying hard to be poignant, yet it all fell so flat. Having your characters read literary classics does not make them or the drama deep. I actually found myself getting upset that they were using Wuthering Heights and bringing Brontë into this mess. And poor Jang Ki-yong – they couldn’t have given him a better wig?

 

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Currently recapping: Welcome

Hi Bye, Mama!: Although I feel like the plot could’ve moved at a different pace, I ultimately really enjoyed this show. I thought it beautifully depicted the various relationships Yuri had while she was alive and how they changed after her death. I found myself laughing and crying SO MUCH over the last few weekends because of this show, and a large part of it was because of Kang-hwa. My heart hurts for him, but I’m so glad that he got a chance to heal and say a final goodbye with the gift that Yuri was given. I think Min-jung is an absolute angel and I adore her so much. I wish amends were made earlier and would’ve loved it if the entire final episode was spent sending Yuri off happily, because that short montage was just not enough! However, I’m content knowing that Yuri has a special place in everyone’s hearts, even Seo-woo’s, and will never be forgotten.

 
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When the Weather is Fine is a show that really warmed my heart. The directing was really beautiful and the book club, as well as the featured literature were really great additions to the overall warmth and coziness of the show. This show also opened up the hearts of people to the puppy that is Seo Kang-joon, and showed us that PMY can rock a role different from her previous projects. Those are the good things... BUT why did Hae-won have to waste her energy to be angry at her aunt and not at how abusive her Dad is? I actually didn't quite like how episode 15 went, except for the resolution in HW and BY's relationship, but the ending made up for it, so I was satisfied overall. I LOVE JANG-WOO so I would like to thank the show for giving us A LOT of Lee Jae-wook scenes in the last 2 episodes.

A Piece of Your Mind has the cutest leads I could ever ask for in a drama. I do not care at all about Ji-soo, In-wook, and Soon-ho at all, because I was so invested in Seo-woo and Won's relationship and the family at the guesthouse (excluding Chang-seob; I am so glad he's not part of the homestay family anymore). I hope Won gets to resolve his issues in episode 11 and seek therapy after that because we only have 2 episodes left, and I need more of Seo-woo and Won being cute together. Here I go again but JHI looks great in anything, but as Won, I really liked him in that green sweater and white pants, but not so much in that leather trench coat.

Hospital Playlist became my weekly slice-of-life fix. It's amazing how time passes by so quickly whenever I am watching this gem, because the time in the drama also goes by too fast! I love how all of the friendship in this drama are really well-written since day 1, and how all of the cameos are fun and are somewhat connected or referencing the Reply series. And I love Ik-jun and Jeong-won.

Welcome has the most wonderful animal actor in cat sunbae and I really hope L learns from him. The dynamics of the cat with Seo Ji-hoon is amazing and this show has the most adorable second leads in Ji-eun and Doo-sik. Still not buying the main romance because it's really weird but that's not really why I am still watching this show.

The King: Eternal Monarch... just kidding. I needed something to watch on weekends, and this one has WDH. Also, @javabeans and @girlfriday's adorable reaction video is also one of the reasons why I am still watching this so...

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APOYM, may I add that every single character in the show needs therapy? Urgent profesional help. Every. Single. One.
I also think HW and SW are the cutest ever *sends finger hearts*

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I am so glad that Min-jung was showed (at first) seeking professional help. I hope they all follow her example.

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where is javabeans and girlfriday's reaction video? I thought they weren't active on this site anymore.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAKPrvxRk2g

They are part of the swoon now

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Thank you so much for this link! I love those two and I was happy to see them discuss a drama. Unfortunately for me, it had to be THAT drama 😒. Nonetheless, I was happy to see them!

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That means Netflix is investing big budget to produce and promote K-drama. Since Kim Eun-seok's last drama «Mr. Sunshine», Netflix is paying huge sum of money to do that (I heard they paid at least half the budget of «Mr. Sunshine», so that they can simultaneously have the drama run on Netflix the same time as tvN in Korea), and now this. Also, «The King» is the only other drama (other than «Mr. Sunshine», again) that Netflix aired weekly preview on their YouTube channel.

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«Mr. Sunshine» is the first to have the drama run on Netflix the same time as tvN in Korea, by the way, just to make it clear.

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Thank you!!! I miss them. It's so good to hear their witty comments. @javabeans and @girlfriday you both are so missed!!

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Designated Survivor: 60 Days

What a well-made show. I finished it in less than a week, which showed what an exciting drama this one was.

I watched it because oddly, our real world situation makes me crave for a good political drama, and this show promised me just exactly that. But apparently, it gave me so much more. For a story that revolved around the supposedly dirty politics, it was unexpectedly warmhearted and surprisingly hopeful.

It's good to see a true leader born out of desperate and trying time. How heartening it was to see Park Mu-jin tried his best despite his inexperience to do what the citizens and country truly need, not just busily securing his own position. It was such a satisfying sight as the country prepared itself to change for the better after a crippling terror assaulted them out of nowhere.

I appreciated that Park Mu-jin was an idealist, but not unbelievably so. He was someone who always refused to simply choose the lesser evil of the 2 hard choices he faced, because he believed in his ability to create the 3rd option. He worked harder and smarter to ensure that an infinitely better option present. He willingly embraced people from many different walks of life to make that possible. He was a breath of fresh air in the same old dynamic we've seen since forever in political field. The best part though, was how by behaving so, he has unknowingly instigated a huge change among his subordinates, making them equally believe in the power of creating the 3rd choice. I love how they eventually refused to bow to the same answers and counter-attack moves, because apparently, political maneuver is much more varied than they always believed it to be.

Like how Secretary Cha nicely put, Park Mu-jin has taught them that it's possible to win without having to make the opponents lose. And frankly, that's some amazing capability and attitude right there.

I think the most thought-provoking notion this drama gave me was how we also need to ask what kind of leader the citizens actually deserved. Not just about what kind of leader they needed. Good leader doesn't automatically led the country into better days. There are too many instances when everyone else refused to support their leader on the effort of change towards something better. Because they wanted a quick, instant, and easy fix. Because they don't understand the need of long commitment and ceaseless effort to make it happen. There's a valid reason why one of my parent's favorite lament was about how good and smart person never stay long in power in our country. They half-jokingly said that it's because this country isn't ready to get better just yet. But there's a kernel of truth in that, and watching Secretary Han talking about exactly that in this drama hurts. I couldn't help thinking about the real crisis we are all facing these days, and how we all desperately wanted a capable and good leader. I looked hard at myself and people around me...

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The question is, do we actually deserve them now??

I almost couldn't believe that we also got a very good and apt ending to cap this story off. It managed to be both idealistic like everything else Park-Mu-jin-related, and somehow also realistic. It was a much better ending than what I dared to imagine possible.

To end this on a positive note, I want to say that I wholeheartedly agree with our former spokeperson Kim Nam-woo's words at the closing of the drama. I don't only want to see "a world where good people win", but I also want to see "a world where people win because they are good".

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Thanks for such a positive review on DS. I didn't read it all to avoid spoilers but I have been on the fence for a few months about watching it. I guess this is the show I will watch after Nobody Knows.

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Just be aware, this is a show scared of its own premise. It sets up a catastrophic attack on the state and instead wants to play it like "My Fellow Citizens" dressed in disaster clothing.

This drama promised so much. However, once it declared martial law, all the things that it used to became issues actually no longer existed. New and even darker challenges exist for all the players given SK's political history. Unleashing the military as the unchallenged rule of law again makes the struggle of Park Moo-Jin even more important for him and the country.

As long as you can switch off its laziness in premise and plot there are some really good performances.

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It was so well done wasn’t it? And I loved the dynamic between he and his wife. She was his pillar of support when everything went south. When he doubted himself, when things were just so out of his comfort zone, he found solace in her trust and belief in him to do the right thing and the comfort knowing that he had a home to come home to regardless.

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Thanks for such a great reflection on DS in light of the current crisis. I also feel the same way. I have been trying to avoid the news lately and when I actually watch them PMJ comes to my mind quite often. I look at the politicians we have and wonder how we can properly deal with the crisis of our life time when our leaders are either inept or self-serving or awfully detached from the dire reality. I don't see the light of hope yet that but history has shown that the world has always emerged from the crises with changes for the better, albeit some changes are more painful than others.

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Beautifully written 👏
I still have to finish the drama, but from the first 7eps I already watched I liked what I saw. Very much.

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I watched this drama last summer and I loved it (SSK aside).
I loved how they made Park Mun Jin such a real person. I mean, it felt it could have been me in his position. He doesn't know about politics and doesn't want to know because he can only be honest, while politics isn't about honesty (and I'm not saying that it means all politics are liars).

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Thanks for this thoughtful review highlighting especially those elements that make this a standout drama (one of the handful that I managed to finish last year). I like how every character (and there's a lot) is 3-dimensionally written and acted even though some may seem stereotype at the beginning e.g. the Seoul mayor, that they are changed as events unfold.

While we all cheer on PMJ to be the President, he's his own man and I love all the twists and turns how he amateurly makes his decisions but through scientific and logical thinking first and foremost. By the end of the 60 days, it's further strengthened by his new skills in people power play. It's actually a brilliant drama (although a remake) that deserves more love and respect - yes, respect - from drama lover. Intelligent drama!

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JAPAN

Joshi kousei no Mudazukai aka Wasteful days of Highschool Girls - 7.5 out of 10 - manga to anime to live action. I was waiting for its translation. Lot of gags. lot of poking at various JK troupes and cliches.

Neko-Kun - 6.5/10 episode 3 - just 2 minutes - Better as a manga.
Rental nan mo shitai hito - 6/10 2 episodes sub - not in the mood for this kind of setup. Its your typical Japanese drama aiming for slice of life through a niche.
Yuru Camp - episode 4 - 6.5/10 elaborate advertising. simple cute girls doing cute stuff.

Baseball Brain- 6.5/10 Yowakutemo Katemasu - too many known names. more drama and meh baseball. Timepass as i was craving some sports action.

Nibiro no hako no - 3/10 - dropped - edgy teens, raging hormones. Orgy it is.

M ai subeki - 4.5/10 - Interesting plot but execution is meh.

I'll do it in Next life -4 to 6/10 Now this show is becoming a bit better.

Guilty Kono Koi - 4/10 - manga to live-action. affairs, cheating wife meme. Read few surveys,news and its seems pretty high in real life. So, What couples fear is where this show is getting boost from. Let's see how it does in ratings.

Shinitai Yoru ni Kagitte - hero's girl sells her saliva. That's how my coined term Saliva-Exchange-Program absolutely apt.

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Korea -

King's Fling - It's not more that. Typical k+cn romance dramas. hero swarm around hero like a fly. Annoying, harassing and sexual harassment in the name of romance. This is where real life people get weird ideas of romance. Everything is justified for handsome heros. That's fandom for you. Heroine with more dozen awed slow-motion faceporn scenes good to fill the time but they do add nothing to the minuscule story.

Once Again - Its weekend family drama so atleast 4 young couples are guaranteed. sometimes 5. minimum 3 and most of times its 4. I'm more interested in Elder son gets back with his ex-wife or not. They had 15years of married life. in these weekened dramas elder son usually is a highly incompetent but this guys deviates a little. he's your avg. husband and above avg. father but overall he's better than his companions from earlier dramas. Rest of the stuff is horrible. Horrible that real life leaders political statements each week.

Kdrama smooch scene - fangirls reaction - tongue-in-tongue action - Yeah better broaden the term Saliva-Exchange-Program to public tv dramas too. Applied from 2016.

China -

Usual teens trash 3 shows. How come any sane person can stomach these horrible shows?
Re-Born - Suggested by one member. Added into watchlist
Over the Sea I come to You - This Translation i want.

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Over The Sea I Come To You is available with English subs on YouTube. Link to Official Channel Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMR5qLmbPu-kSMOgxqN8iIKgpTQcTec7K

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What to do - I oppose alcohol but love these Green Label ads of
Tabe Mikako -
Youtube - Green Label CM - won't provide links.
Beautiful Scenery in all ads. good music - better one is back number.

Rika Adachi - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYIcEMg_swI

Check body language and decide what is what.

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@catocat nice link to the Tabe CMs - some of the view counts are huge for those.

I have been diving into the difference between story structure between anime and live action versions. It so highlights the complexities and darkness that is embedded in anime story telling that either does not fit the movie format or is seen as "not suitable" for live.

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I think this was a week of unsatisfactory finales for me.

First with Parasite which first half I liked a lot... and then felt underwhelmed with the second half. I think I mainly missed compactness (and better logic) and more punch (and perhaps even more absurdity with the garden party scene, more Pulp Fiction or whatever style?). Let's just say that when the credits rolled I just thought it could have been better. And that there are other Korean movies which impressed me more (like 3 Iron... or even Handmaiden). My husband loved it though 🙂

Then I watched Tune in for Love and got disappointed with a sudden (and without much sense) ending... and with missed opportunities to explore deeper topics.

And then there were the last episodes of Weather... sigh... I really loved the 14 episodes.... the last 2 though... sigh...
Why did Hae Won and Eun Seob cut all contact? What happened with the eye operation?? Why was Bo Young still there? And no, what she did wasn't a small crack, it was a huge hit which broke the table (and I still missed some humble remorse from her). Also, where was my book club??? And so the best scenes remained the scenes of Jang Woo and Eun Shil and theirs is also the relationship I find the healthiest. (I also admit that Mom and the b-day scarf made me quite teary).

I probably should also include the 3rd episode of King into my unsatisfactions, as I found it utterly boring and with so little spark that I sometimes wondered whether I was watching Kim Eun Suk's drama. Still, there was the police squad... Eun Sup... and Badass King Fighting Thugs. Though don't know for how long this will manage to keep me watching if the story / writing doesn't pick up. Maybe they should throw Tae Eul into the Kingdom World. At least I still hope the writer wouldn't miss the funny.

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I have the same feelings about Weather. The last two episodes didn't feel like the rest of the show, but even so, I loved it to the bones.

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I totaly agree about Weather, the last two eps left me cold. The separation from each other was so stupid.. The reason was because kdrama. SIGH. The rest was fine though and as always Hwi elevated everything,

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I agree with you on Tune In For Love, Weather & King. Ditto my thoughts 😆

I'm glad I found someone who has the same opinion as I do & found the ending disappointing - the film was going so well, but then it pulled a teen esque jerk move & it made me hate the FL for being so insensitive & selfish. The last 7 minutes could have been done differently, & then the end hug scene would have felt 100x better.

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Avid K-drama viewers have an odd relationship with 'Parasite'. We're cheerleaders for Korean works getting a high profile but the tone and themes of the film weren't as 'revolutionary' to us as they were to others uninitiated to K-drama world. Clever plot twists and underlying class divides are K-drama's bread and butter. We have My Ajusshi, Radiant, Sky Castle and Graceful Family to compare it against. American movie reviewers only compared it to other Bong Joon-ho films.

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Oh, I thought I was the only one who thought about Parasite that way...
Must be because we watched Kdramas a lot...kekeke ;)

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I don't don't think *Weather* is that bad in her ending though. Life just goes on, and the finale simply shows that.

Finally *The King* I feel some chemistry between the leads at the end of Ep.4, when they really get to the Empire side, but the change of Tae-eul's from not believing to believing the Two parallel worlds frustrates me, as well the consistency of the Kingdom/Empire thing: the licence plate writes "Kingdom of Corea" but the [Traditional Chinese] subtitle as well the Korean written descriptions keeps on reminding me of "Empire" (which it should be). Such carelessness is simply intolerable.

(Cantonese is my mother tongue, and I am learning Korean)

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Hi Bye Mama: I enjoyed it alot overall but they definitely could of cut out alot of the middle part to help the character growth of the other main characters. Mainly Min-jung, who I thought the show did dirty at the end.

I'll Find You: Great show form beginning to end. Slow paced but felt like drinking something hot on a cold day. I also appreciated that Hye-Won wasn't passive. She was sad about her life but she didn't let other people push her around. (Now I just need a show about Jang-Woo & Eun-Sil)

A Piece Of Your Mind: I wasnt a fan of this at the beginning. Alot was happening & I felt like the rules of the technology wasn't clear. But I kept on watching because of how different it was, & the show picked up once they put Ju-soo in a draw.

Hospital Playlist: For some reason this week's episode felt slow & it was hard for me to keep my attention. I just kept going in & out.

Who's the Drama Queen: This is a side variety show for the new Chinese Produce 101. Girls from the program are pretty much doing an improv game where they try to win whatever the goal in the scenario is. For example ep 1 is them working in a restaurant & trying to become the heir of it by finding the secret recipe by speaking to the NPCS (workers & guest.) I like it alot, it's pretty funny.

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Totally agree with you about HBM.

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how did hi bye mama end?

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Just as the title says: Hi, Bye Mama.

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in simpler terms - overall what happens, who is where at the end

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Hi Bye, Mama! I cried rivers in the final episode. I have to say I liked this show a lot. Yet I keep thinking it should have been shorter and that some episodes were spent going round and round and round and getting nowhere. I wish they had explored more the healing and saying goodbye, because for me this is what this show is about. Learning to say goodbye and coping with absence. Above all, I am grateful to Kim M Kyung performance of Mum. She expressed the feelings all people who’s ever lost someone they love have: let me see them once more, hug them once more, have a nice talk while we are talking a walk once more, hold their hands once more before they leave us and we meet again.

365: Repeat the year. I don’t care about the plot holes and the nonsense (there are plenty of this) because I’m still having soooooo much fun. I have to say I was suspicious about hyung because there was something that didn’t fit, but not exactly this. Just two episodes to the end and I have already a theory, and it involves one last reset… if only we can get our leads alive to that day!!

I’ll find you on a beautiful day. I loved this show so, so, so much. So far and along with Black Dog it is my favorite show of the year. I loved the slow path, the characters growth, the side stories. Everything. I have to admit that the last episodes were not exactly what I expected, but it also may be that I was not ready to let this show go. I loved the OTP but for me the best scenes where those with EunSeob and Hwi. Every single scene with them both and their relation was precious and now that I’ve watched it all I declare the saddle scene the best of the drama if not the best of dramaland so far this year.

A piece of your mind. I love the nonsense of this show. I mean, I still don’t know what it is about and I don’t understand so many things, but I LOVE it. Cuteness beats confusion.

Memorist. Drama, you’d better be joking about that last scene, because I’m not watching all this nonsense, the dark scenes where I have to guess what the hell is going on, the lack of connection in the first and second part of the show, and stupid twists (do you really want to make me believe THAT PERSON is the Eraser??? Really???? Jumping through windows and buildings???? REALLY????) to have my favourite character end like that. You’d better be kidding.

I gave it a try to The King: Eternal Monarch but I couldn’t finish episode 1. It’s a pity because LMH is gorgeous and so nice to look at, and I adore Kim Kyung Nam, but I found it boring. Maybe later, I would give it a try, but I’m not really sure. I also tried Born Again and neither could finish episode 1 because it was quite boring for me and the acting was really not good. At all.

And I keep watching My Ahjussi, I’m half way and I’m loving it. I’ve even got to tolerate the brothers although I’m much of a fan. I have a problem with the actress that plays Dong Hun’s...

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...Dong Hun’s wife, as her face feels completely unnatural to me (no wrinkles, no expression, no nothing) that I just can’t believe her.

And as so many shows I’ve been watching ended this week or will end next week and I don’t seem to find a show I like, I’m going to give a chance to Hyena and Memories of the Alhambra. I’ll tell you next week how it goes.

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Just a heads up, you might want to hurl stuff at the screen after finishing Memories of the Alhambra ;)

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Lol at APOYM. I so get you.

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I'll Find You on A Beautiful Day and Black Dog are my favorite shows so far this year too.

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Agreed on I'll Find You On a Beautiful Day. The way the characters feel so real and I become immersed in their lives reminds me of the way I felt about Reply 1988.

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The King: Eternal Monarch. Netflix's track record on K-dramas has been increasingly spotty lately. It ranges from fantastic to 'I bet this sounded like a good idea in the production meeting'. Arthdale Chronicles, The Abyss, the last 2/3rds of (insert Netflix/K-drama name here)

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Mother--Excellent drama to watch as I walk on the treadmill. Has a lot to teach about the true meaning of motherhood and sacrifice.

Find Me in Your Memory--This drama is excellent. Love story, scary psychos, excellent sound track, excellent acting, pretty smiles, loving sisters, and many touching scenes.

365--Another addictive drama my husband and I started last night. Can't wait to watch more tonight.

Emperor: Eternal Monarch--Haven't watched this week's episodes yet, but the 1st two hooked me. I hope they just get better.

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365 only gets better!!

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I'm sticking with Monarch for now, but whoa - TOO DAMN SLOW. They stretched two episodes over four nights. You can't introduce a king and then just have him loaf about in an alternate universe for three episodes. There was no need for a ton of the product-placement filler.

When more characters get involved it'll hopefully be better, but the two leads CANNOT carry this on their own. Yikes.

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King: Eternal Monarch: I feel like this show is both trying too hard and not trying hard enough. Writing, directing, acting, music is all underwhelming. I don't even have anything snarky to say. I'm just bored.

I'll Go To You When the Weather is Nice: This drama wasn't perfect, but it came at the perfect time. Having lived in a small community all of my life, I liked how it depicted the good and bad points. I wish they'd had more scenes with Eun Seob and his family because those were memorable scenes for me.

Nobody Knows: A very satisfying drama. Young Jin was such a kickass heroine, and I loved her relationship with Eun-ho and the other boys.

365: Repeat the Year: I was right about the identity of the serial killer, now hopefully it has a satisfactory wrap up.

A Piece of Your Mind: I'm kind of glad for the episode cut since I can't stand the gardener and Ji Soo's husband and am glad that angst won't be dragged out.

Hi Bye Mama!: The ending was both rushed and drawn out. It would have been better with 12 episodes but I'll remember the good parts.

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King needs to hit the gas and make this an ensemble show. Too slow, too enamored of cinematography, and nowhere near enough thought about the characters. And I'm sorry, the romantic-math talk? No. Absolutely not. No. And since when does a math genius run out of money over a week, when he's got six diamonds to hock?

They needed to speed up this entire thing, they should've been back in the Empire at the end of ep 2. The King can't just bum around in another universe, he should have been actively doing a hell of a lot more. Some of that is LMH's delivery, but I think his delivery could work if there was any heft AT ALL to his lines.

I'll keep watching because I'm a sucker for alternate universes, but right now I'm way more invested in the bodyguard, the new palace PR girl, the uncle and the cop with the gambling mom. So this needs to be a much stronger ensemble, they've wasted 4 hours on slow-mo shots of the leads staring at each other with absolutely no reason for the two of them to be remotely attracted to each other.

It feels like this relationship was reverse-engineered. The writer knows where she wants their relationship to go, but forgot to make them individual people who would be genuinely fascinated/attracted to each other. And neither actor is strong enough to create nuance where the lines and story structure let them down.

You're not supposed to dedicate five minutes to a slow-mo of hair being tied to telegraph love, show. You're supposed to have the besotted character show in a hundred tiny ways that their universe is reorienting to revolve around the object of their affection, almost before the character realizes what's happening.

Frustrating! Leads/writing/pacing mismatched here. You could get away with one being weak and getting propped up by the other two elements, but you can't whiff on all three.

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I think the writing is the one that really bothers me. It's quite lazy with the mishmash of lead stereotypes for LMH. And it's obvious that she didn't delve deeper into the time traveling physics and mythology to really enrich the two worlds. Woo Do-Hwan is being under-utilized here. And while Jung Eun-Chae is gorgeous and kinda trying, she's not the best person for the role. I would have wanted someone with a little more maturity and gravitas to pull off being a conniving and ambitious PM. Someone who could actually convince me that she had to climb her way to the top and is making sure she stays there. To be honest, I actually wish that the whole police squad arc has its own separate show because their acting and storyline are quite compelling to be just a sideshow for the romance. The writer should have followed the formula in Goblin and just enriched the mythology instead of taking things that she liked and putting them all together. I kinda think that's why everything else is suffering (the directing, acting, etc) because the writing which should be serving as their foundation is shaky and and she's spreading them way too thinly. Imagine if she just focused on LMH's discovery of the world first. And how we're learning his backstory and his growth as a survivor of such trauma, all while he's learning about this mirror world that has no idea of his existence. And then for him to gain the trust of a ballsy cop as he shows her sides of himself that no one else has seen because he's encouraged by the fact that this new world makes him free to explore those sides. And the more he visits, the more he hears from her side comments about mysterious crimes, crimes that seem to mirror what's going on in his own world. So he tries to help her by proving the crimes with his knowledge in math and science. All while he exposes himself to the hard realities of life which educate him into being a better ruler, all to the disdain of the ambitious PM who thought she could charm him into complacency. But the incongruence soon start to escalate and he realizes that the root of all this invisible evil is in the palace - the four tiger sword. But no. What we have is basically way more scenes of half & half and of milk tea than actual character development.

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HI BYE MAMA: It has a proper ending. As discussed in the episode recaps, this could have been a great show if it had not had so many plot holes and sidetrack ghost story filler.
ONCE AGAIN: A very predictable weekender. It is the good acting that keeps me around (for now).
MEOW/ANGEL'S LAST MISSION IN CAT FORM: When the "real" cat is the best actor in the entire show, well . . . . The FL tried to carry her first show lead but the triangle story line has been dull, boring and flat. The only interesting characters are the shy Jieun and her new BF and his family.

My variety shows fix have been disrupted by the lack of updates and english subs. Oh well . . .

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HI BYE MAMA: It has a proper ending. As discussed in the episode recaps, this could have been a great show if it had not had so many plot holes and sidetrack ghost story filler.
ONCE AGAIN: A very predictable weekender. It is the good acting that keeps me around (for now).
MEOW/ANGEL'S LAST MISSION IN CAT FORM: When the "real" cat is the best actor in the entire show, well . . . . The FL tried to carry her first show lead but the triangle story line has been dull, boring and flat. The only interesting characters are the shy Jieun and her BF and his family.

My variety shows fix have been disrupted by the lack of updates and english subs. Oh well . . .

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First of all, I really appreciate how you change the cover picture for What We're Watching every week, it really encourages me to post something on this thread. ;)

And @noone , aren't you glad to see that another Beanie (better than that, a recapper @missvictrix likes Chocolate? It always warms my heart when someone likes the shows I like. And re: Quiznos, can we really expect anything less of a plot from Kdrama land?

The shows I have finished:
1. When Marnie Was There: it's another Studio Ghibli anime. I was tempted to give this one a try because I saw it was directed by the same director as for Arrietty. I was quite impressed by the story overall. However, the idea that she might have been interacted with a ghost somehow scared me. And *Marnie* oh she was so beautiful.*

2. Ponyo: this one is, again, from Studio Ghibli. I watched this one before When Marnie Was There and thought it was a very beautifully-drawn anime. I love the palette used in this movie -it's so beautiful I have no doubt why it is one of the most famous cartoons around. Though I'd say that the story is probably for children (because, let's face it, I yawned sometimes), it's a beautiful story which is worth watching.

The shows I'm enjoying:
1. Hospital Playlist: this week's episode really brought me so many tears. It isn't heartbreaking or anything, but the lessons conveyed in the story really touched my heart. I'd say that Jun-wan shone the brightest for me in this episode (Ik-jun is another fav of mine). I love how he could change his emotions/expressions so swiftly and easily it became a joy to watch. That little peck on the mouth of Ik-jun's sister, that was a gem. I giggled like crazy in certain scenes in this ep. This show continues to be the show I look forward to every single week, and I dearly hope that the ratings will live up to how good the show is.

2. When the Weather Is Fine: I began this show wanting something easy that could help me relaxed. This show really lives up to my expectation, and sometimes even exceeds it. In general, I really enjoy its slow pace and slow-burning romance between the leads. Well, another thing is that I found the ML very charismatic. I have a very soft spot for this type of guys IRL: very sweet and gentle, generous human being. And though I wasn't really impressed by PMY's roles in the past, I have to say that she shines in this role. She is a good match with the ML, and I don't recognize her as PMY but Hae-won here which is really something.

Another good thing about this show is that because of it's slow pace, I decided that it's best watched before I go to sleep. And let's guess what happened, I became sleepy every time I watched it and ended up falling asleep much easier each night. It's become by sleeping pill and I sure thank it tremendously for that.

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I have never been disappointed by a Studio Ghibli film. "Spirited Away" is still my favorite animation of all time.

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I like howl’s castle and spirited away. Not seen mononoke or kaligua yet. I want to see the first coz of its green message. Marnie was one of my first ghilbi films so it has a special place in my heart. I think it is a bit beyond ghosts, my dear girlie @mmmmm

I read that someone liked chocolate and it did make me happy. I honestly was super immersed and invested in that one show. I think it started a trend — almost all 2020 shows have had a ‘healing’ element! Four shows since The end of chocolate. Is it the year of slow-soothing-healing dramas?

Last bit: king is crack... watch it for fun @mmmmm just coz it will get dark and exciting, if not we can spend time nitpicking about how it missed it’s potential.

Aahhh I think u should watch garden of words... I don’t like the end but beautiful. Violet evergarden is romantically nice. Satoshi Kim’s millennium actress and Tokyo godfathers are a must. Momo’s letters is not bad but not great. My favourite and again dealing with death+beyond = children who chase lost voices (google the exact name).
People love this director’s your name but I think his most distinct and unique work is: Children who chase lost voices
Wold children makes me cry. Let me know what your thought about these if you see any of them. Stay safe :)

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Garden of words is breathtakingly beautiful. I wasn't a fan of rainy weather but after watching this I started to see the beauty of rain.

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Two autocorrect mistakes :D
Wolf children
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Just here to say the little Cha young in. Chocolate is there in the King. She is playing a he. I totally could recognize at first. Had to tell you @mmmmm spot her if u can :D

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Sassy Go Go! (4/12): My weekend watch with my friend. As Starlights (Vixx fans) we came to fangirl over N, but I am probably staying for all the familiar faces in the cast (JiSoo!🤗 Shin Jae-Ha!🤗 Lee Won-Geun!🤗). JiSoo and Lee Won Geun’s bromance is breaking my heart right now, so there better be some happy cuddling between those two puppies in the future! 😤

Top Star Yoo Baek (2/11): I still do not know why I started watching this last Thursday night and why it ended up being this K-drama, but I am enjoying myself and I am invested. Especially now that Choi Ma-Dol has arrived. 😆 Just like Yoo Baek I am mesmerized by the scenery and drooling over the food. If he does not want to stay on the island for two weeks, I’ll gladly trade places with him!😀

*It turns out that both of my K-dramas star Kim Ji-Suk.😲

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I couldn't finish Top Star Baek. I think I missed the episodes one week and then I said... why go on? And I didn't... I may finish it some day.

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Hmm, well it does look like one you'll forget quickly if real life interrupts the flow, so I hope it will not happen to me!

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I LOVE Kim Ji-seok!

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Forgive me my shallow token of appreciation, but the man has 💪!

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I dropped Top Star back when it was airing in 2018, but I want to give it another try after seeing Kim Ji Suk and Jeon So Min on an old episode of Running Man.

I think Eng subs were slow and incomplete too...
Hopefully they're okay now.

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I enjoyed Top Star a lot but those subs. The ones I found was something like Korean to Filipino to English.
I remember the pronouns were all over the place.

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The subs are indeed not the best, bit on the slow side and quite short for the mouthful Korean they are supposed to translate, but since it is a light K-drama it is not that hard to figure out what is being said, even with bad subs.

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I loved Top Star Shi as well. The rudimentary subs were hilarious, too, with the bonus effect of picking up much more Satoori than I would have otherwise, trying to make sense of it all.

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I will be very disappointed with myself if I do not manage to add some satoori to my vocabulary after finishing this ;)

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Sassy Go, Go! This is one I rewatch when I want a great scripted and acted youth drama. I am so happy to see you watching it!

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It does have potential to land on my rewatch list. I usually do not rewatch K-dramas. ;)

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Also watching: Find Me in Your Memory / Welcome / The King: Eternal Monarch

365: Repeat the Year (Episode 17-20)
I was mildly disappointed but not surprised that last week’s cliffhanger with the epic music turned out to be a misdirect (maybe it would have been better to just cut away from Jung Tae’s ‘Detective’ to Hyung Joo running out of his house in the same overcoat as Sun Ho and let Jae Young see it, that would have been so great without changing the story). But what frustrated me more was how it was revealed Shin was not evil at all: our leads would not have confided in Sun Ho if she was trustworthy! Strangely, this week featured an episode with no death: I can’t wait to see the finale next week.

Hospital Playlist (Episode 7)
As we head into the second half of the first season, I can’t help but feel worried that something bad is going to happen to the characters we love. Other than Dr Do’s obvious rent issues, I suspect that Jun Wan’s whistleblowing could cause Dr Cheon to be up to no good: can we have Seok Hyung’s mother doing more water bombings? I also think the gossipy ob-gyn resident is stealing credit from makeup girl and I feel a little bit scared for Seok Hyung who clearly can’t handle the chaos. Maybe we need to add Ik Sun’s kicks to the screw-them-jerks arsenal? Song Hwa’s dispenser-kicking skills?

Nobody Knows (Episode 15-16)
This show doesn’t sound very interesting on paper: a detective chases after a killer who killed her friend when she was younger and faces him again when she is an adult. Sang Ho’s character arc is also not something fresh: we have seen many misguided characters who twisted from victim to villain before. However, what made this show stand out was the relationships between friends, family, schoolmates, colleagues and even the henchmen: probably only the cult was the group where bonds weren’t formed. I liked how the plot developed these relationships while juggling a whodunit crime.

Hi Bye, Mama! (Episode 15-16)
So what was the whole point of Kang Bin’s arc? Was it a throwaway criticism of the conservatism prevalent in society? Was it to give Keun Sang another dimension to his character other than being comedic relief and mopey friend to Kang Hwa? But other than that, Pil Seung’s arc was written so that the entire family could repel against Guk Bong who was a character brought in so that Kang Hwa could learn the truth about Yu Ri which she hid away in noble idiocy. And I don’t get why Kang Hwa told Min Jung that she is Seo Woo’s mom but then proceeded to cowardly throw her away for Yu Ri.

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From the moment the drama spoke of housing scam I knew it was going to end up there, still sad for the miser money saving resident.

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Regarding 365: But there was a death. Ko Jae Young.

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In episode 10 (19-20), no one died. Jae Young died in episode 9. In prior episodes, at least one person died each episode, well maybe except for episode 3 since Yeon Soo's (car accident culprit) death was announced in the cliffhanger of episode 2 and Jung Seok's (stock broker and cheater) death shown in the cliffhanger of episode 3 was just something brought forward from episode 4.

But then again, there was an attempt made on No Seob's (cafe owner) life, so maybe fate has indeed been changed since I think he was supposed to die this week narratively (Shin did tell Se Rin the stalker the truth about her death, so maybe she also didn't lie to No Seob about the date of his death though). My guess was that Ga Hyun dies in the penultimate episode and Hyung Joo does another reset with Shin to restore everything in the finale.

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365: Repeat the Year No time to be bored with this drama.

I'll Find You on a Beautiful Day It was really a nice and warm drama and I'm happy to have watched it. The last 1/4 was kinda repetitive but it didn't bother too much.

A Piece of Your Mind The modernisation of Banbogi was the best idea of Ha Won. I really like this drama. I'm sad they cut it because I want more! The characters deserve better!

Find Me in Your Memory I'm happy they are finally a couple! The old psy scares me. It looks like his motivations are not about making his patient being better but using him for his career.

Memorist I had a big moment of solitude when in the car the ML and FL explained all the story to the other cop and I couldn't remember who was who, it was a long list of unknown names for me... But fortunaly it became more understandable later.

Hospital Playlist I watched a video of the actors learning Pachelbel's Canon and they worked hard! I like they can play their instrument themself. For the story, I like the characters but still invested in the love stories...

The King: Eternal Monarch I liked the 3rd episode because it was more about the cops! Kang Shin-Jae seems very interesting and I like his relationship with Eun Tal.

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Memorist: it happened to me as well. I was totally lost there.

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I am reassured to know that I was not the only one!

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I didn't even realize I had missed it last year but I've finally begun watching the series 'VIP' with Jang Nara. This is quality stuff! Writing and cinematography that can be compared to Forest of Secrets/Stranger. 4+ episodes in and I'm totally hooked.

They went there with 'Meow The Secret Boy/Welcome', broached the topic of inter-species romance and also touched on Hong Jo spying on her all this time, which, rather than Sol Ah being offended, she seemed to consider a bit of a turn-on (she's kinky!)

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Yes! VIP! Thank you. I've been trying to remember what show from last year I wanted to circle back and watch now that it's complete. VIP! I know what I will be bringing tonight. :)

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I really need to catch up on this show. It was pre-produced and everything was done 2 days before the premiere.

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I'll Find You on a Beautiful Day - still slowly savoring this one. I might be able to draw it out for another week.

The King - came for Woo Do Hwan but might stay for Kim Kyung Nam.

I'm happy to be finished with Hi Bye Mama and wish I'd passed on this one.

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Pretty sure he's there for second lead syndrome.

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I think savoring is the best way to enjoy I'll Find You On a Beautiful Day.

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The King ep1-2 - It's not that terrible but the hype makes it seem like it is, maybe for people that hated DOTS and never thought that much about Goblin it's easier because we didn't expect much from this. The plot is confusing, the characters are still superficial, the relationships and humor are not quite there yet and LMH is trying too much to be royal.

A Couple's World ep1-6 - It was soap opera from ep 1-5, but entertaining and fast paced, then ep 6 made it all so much better, explaining the behavior of FL and turning her into a villain. I'm not sure where the rest of drama will go but I'm thinking it will simply turn into soap opera again and try to pretend heroine is back to being a nice person just because husband was always a moron.

Welcome ep 1-7 - The cat isn't really a cat or a human and the show ignores that, it's really weird.

Born Again ep 1-2 - Melo with a fantasy twist! I was very much in the mood for that, I know people will dislike it but I'm up for this. Characters make strange choices and there are many absurd situations but maybe that was because the past had to be rushed into the first 2 episodes? Despite the crazy I liked the three main characters personalities and motivations, it was all very well explained and reasonable, you just have to ignore the sequence of events.

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I think that is exactly LMH's problem: trying too much.
He was great in Faith, probably because his role was that of a taciturn man who was only bent on doing his duty whatever it cost. No more, no less.
He was good, though not great, in Personal Taste, probably because he did sometimes try too hard for comedy, but it wasn't bad.
He was also good in LotBS, where his role was a normal mildly mannered man.
The rest of his roles he tried much too hard in every single scene and they were all terrible.

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I loved him in Faith. The rest of his roles, I agree with you: he tries too hard. I particularly didn't like him in Personal Taste, I liked him more in parts of City Hunter.
But what I saw in Faith, I had never seen again.
*sighs*

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He is just mind-blowing in Faith. And that is while having two excellent actors as co-stars, he still managed to shine beside them.

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That's why I know with a correct direction and motivation he can do great and I keep watching his dramas, only to be slightly disappointed.

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He said sth quite contrary to this in an interview. He said he didn't put any extra effort in acting as the King. Since I read it, I have no idea if it was said as a joke because he added something like it comes naturally to him.

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Exactly my thoughts for The King.It looked okay to me as I went with low expectations. Didn't like DOTS or Goblin and ff were my saving grace. Ofcourse they were popular but people have different tastes .I think I went with too much of hope and thus felt disappointed.
However,I found The King's storyline to be intriguing but other things like direction and acting needs to be worked upon.

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Currently watching:
Eternal King –I feel like I am watching puppet show. Every character seems so artificial (I am saying this about characters not acting). Everything seems so disjointed and wooden. It feels like author – the puppet master is forcing them to interact with each other.
Hospital Playlist - it has slice of life drama feel without over dramatic characters and hospital politics. It is what I need right now. The characters feel very real and their every interaction and action seems so natural (cough Eternal King cough)
Ancient Detective – It is quite surprise that I am still watching this drama without forwarding. Cases seem disjoined from each other and not particularly convoluted but world building, secondary characters are great. It is quite amusing to see ML as fragile scholar who needs protection at every step and how everyone is keep falling for him (Men and Women with few exception).
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Weather is fine: I did not like episode 15. I could understand that Hae-won needed space and time to pull herself together but did she need to cut off ES completely from her life? Fortunately, episode 16 pulled everything together except I am not quite sure how MY made peace with herself. I wanted to be part of that journey.

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The only character I like in King is the police LT. The plot (is there a plot?) is full of holes.

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Mine is Maximus. He is very beautiful , regal and fits the character perfectly. His presence outshines everyone else when he is on screen.

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Except wth is with the king selling all his buttons and buying clothes instead of paying to barn that horse?? It's just been in a fancy looking outdoor garage all week.

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I gave up and dropped Ancient Detective - felt like it was an Untamed wannabe and failed. I might re-try it again later once the silliness is past (around ep 20 usually?)

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Weather Though the last two episodes weren't to my liking, I enjoyed it's run. Jang-woo, having found what makes him happy, despite sometimes complaining about his work, but isn't that life? No matter how mundane it can be, if it makes us happy then that's all that matters. Aunt's story broke my heart. I'm glad that she was free from everything. My version of her ending? She went to get that surgery and traveled around the world while writing her next book. Hae-won did not make sense to me in the last two eps but she was a wonderful character from eps1-14. The show also made me want to check out Seo Kang-joon's next project. And of course, Lee Jae-wook will always be a delight to watch soon.

Hospital Playlist Chi-hong, oh, Chi-hong. Will this be a sunken ship? or will it sail? Yoon-bok and Ik-jun's scene was one of the funniest. Her speaking informal while talking really shows that Ik-jun is approachable despite being a professor. Jun-wan embodies the 'kilig to the bones' reaction. It's a joy to watch Jung Kyung-ho act. And I could watch this series just to follow the life of these characters, both main and side.

A Couple's World till ep7 The tension might be a little too much for my mood these days so I'm watching it a slow pace.

The King: Eternal Monarch I'm liking Kim Go Eun's role. It might also be because I just rewatched Goblin and it's not my favorite character of hers. So this role has that sass and I can't wait to see more of her.

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- A Piece of Your Mind: I really like this show. I know that it's slow, but it's beautiful and I love watching the characters slowly move towards healing. I even like the side characters. I loved the sweet first kiss but I would like to see more of our sweet couple being a couple. I'll be sad to see this one end next week.
- Weather is Fine: I really hate it when drama characters set aside their big, fated, and healthy love to walk away by themselves only to return realizing just how much they really loved the other person. It's a stupid troupe and I would like to see it die. But still, I really liked this drama. I'm glad the separation wasn't long. If any lead character would understand and forgive the w"alk away and realize what you really treasure" urge - it would be Eun Soep.
- 365: Spotted the killer a while ago but looking forward to how they work together to catch the culprit.
- Healer: using my down time to watch some things I missed. This is my second time trying to watch Healer and I just can't get into it. Part of the problem is that I think PYM isn't that interesting to watch. I keep getting bored with the show. I've made it through the roof top kiss and I still can't seem to find the energy to finish this thing. At this point, I just want to be able to mark it off my list: done.
- Hospital Playlist: love it! It's a thousand characters and moves both fast and slow. I have a hard time figuring how much time has past, so it fits my current Corona situation just fine! I do miss the 2 episodes a week format, because each episode leaves me hungry for more time with these friends.
- The King: I love that LMH's king is so consistently a king. Watching him call for a cushion or just walk into a room. He acts how he acts because this is who he is and it's been pretty hilarious. I've never enjoyed a LMH drama before, so this is new I'd like to see more depth to his detective counterpart but I love this actress and trust we will see more as the story unfolds. I'm excited to see what comes as there is more moving between worlds.

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I was re-watching "Healer" but because of Kim Mi-kyung! Wow.... she is awesome in there, as in every character she gets even when she always has to play the mother of the main female lead.
Healer has it's climaxs, for me it was very addictive the first time I watched it. But now in the re watch, I feel also bored with some parts, so I understand you.

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Regarding Healer: Same. Maybe I wasn't in the right mood but I did enjoy the 2 episodes that I watched of this show. However, I put it on hold but I'm hoping to finish it as it is beloved!

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I finished the short series "How To Buy A Friend".
I'm unsure how to feel about the ending.
It almost felt like they had neglected to film a couple episodes. The finale was oddly abrupt. Most series we complain that a series didn't need the 'filler' episodes that usually show up after the mid-point. 'How To Buy A Friend' had the opposite problem, it could have used an extra episode to build up to the 'Big Reveal'.

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I haven't watched much this week so I'm behind in everything.

Once Again (Episode 7)
Ga Hee's husband and his lover are truly shameless. My jaw dropped at the lover's attitude. Her intended finally made a very brief appearance but he shouldn't have to pay for the damage she made to that sleazebag's car.

I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day
Jang Woo and Eun Shil for the win. This is the funnest matchmaking busybody town ever. Under other circumstances they would come across as gossiping and meddling but they truly mean well.

Hwi was one of the best characters I have seen this year and where we left her with her new crush was true to her character.

I am afraid the tail end of Eun Sub and Hae Won's story (and Hae Won's in general) were a disappointment to me. I can understand she may need time and space but I don't understand why she would break up with Eun Sub and expect to forget him, essentially treating him like a fling. That was the stupidest breakup I have seen. Now it just looks like she came, played with him and left. I found this ridiculously frustrating.

She also didn't act much better regarding her aunt. Who would have thought Bo Young would be the voice of reason on this? What she said to Hae Won about making mistakes and regretting and moving on was equally valid for Hae Won's relationship with his mom and aunt. I didn't like the fact that her aunt left as well. How was this healing? Okay, they each made peace with themselves and may be happier individually but Hae Won's relationship with her mom or aunt didn't improve. I didn’t see any healing or growth but self delusion.

In contrast I loved that Eun Sup finally gave his mom what she wanted but couldn't voice. The bond between Eun Sup and the family who adopted him was my favorite part of the whole show. I had loved Eun Sup's memories of mom when he first met them and Hwi's scene and I loved how proud mom was of her son and the scarf he gave her.

The King: Eternal Monarch (Episode 2)
Still not too engrossed in the story - thus not having watched the new episode yet.

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I second everything you said about Weather. The moment that hit me emotionally was when he gave the scarf to his mother.

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Me three... omg I was watching it in a public space too. The tears kept falling and I cleaned out 3 pieces of tissue. I bet the people around probably thought I got dumped by text or something. VERY embarrassing.

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The King: Eternal Monarch Debates...: 7.5 ... about Lee Min-ho's acting and Kim Eun-Sook's writing. It's worth watching the show just to appreciate the battles comments.

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I hope they're less abusive this time.

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365 Repeat The Year: that damned Sunho... i wish they prisoned him at the end and please more FL and ML interaction

Nobody Knows: hold

When the Weather is Fine: its nice and all but i think i wont bother watching eps 13-15. i will watch eps 16. i wish Eunseob become more active in their relationship. i read somewhere that Haewon, her mom and her aunt are self-centered and i kinda agree with that. specially mom and aunt PLEASE TALK. cant really blame haewon when both of them act like that for years.

Memorist: can this drama stop make Dongbaek suffer :((((

Welcome: whats wrong with the writer.... its could be a simple warming romcom but i cant really feel the chemistry. im so upset about this drama because i love the actors and actresses but everything lacking in this drama.

The King: i don't mind typical fantasy drama but the dialogue.. smh so childish? i dont think its the actors fault tho

The World of the Married: as someone said.. this is makjang on steroid

Rugal: should i keep watching?

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"Makjang on steroid"🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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After the 3rd try I gave up on Rugal.

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This week had me skipping episodes and not finishing stuff I could have. So no world of the married, this week's 365, and Mad Dog. Every time I skip a week my list of on hold dramas increases. Anyway...

1. 365: Repeat the Year: Eps 7-8 (13-16) Most were suspicious of Se Rin, I wasn't. I was wrong. I wish the characters had asked more questions. Lots of surprises as far as I am concerned. It's fun to watch.

2. The King: the Eternal monarch: ep 2-3. I like Tae Eul. She's better than female characters in KES dramas I have seen before. I hope it stays that way. While Jo Eun Sop and Jo Young couldn't be more different from each other but individually they are not that interesting. You'd think WDH would get more screentime when he's playing two characters but he barely gets much. So I think that's part of the reason. 2nd ep was better than the 1st while 3rd was better still. So there is a bit more to the PM after all. I think I'll say more in the recaps.

3. How to buy a friend: Ep 7-8 I liked it. It wasn't really that good but it wasn't bad either. Plus the drama is short. In the end they become real friends.

4. Meow the secret boy: Ep 9-10 (17-20) Girl finds out about Cat boy, finally. But I became more uncomfortable. Not that I didn't know what was going to happen going in. Finally got to see the cute cat again, I missed it. It truly is the best animal actor I have ever seen. Now cat boy turns back into the cat and now can't change back. I cried at the scene with the 2nd ML and his father even though I think it came out of nowhere and resolved too quickly. Secondary couple is very cute.

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I was tempted to pick up Meow again just so I could watch Cat Sunbae be amazing and adorable but I he keeps turning into L and having a super weird and quite creepy romance with a human. So I guess I shall just hope Cat Sunbae takes another role and I can enjoy him in that.

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KDrama
- Hospital Playlist - I'm happy for another cameo. Bring them all here.
- The King - timeline sometimes became confusing because of suddenly shifts.
- World of Married Couple - not (yet) hooked. I'm surprised that it's just ep 1 and she knows that her husband is a cheater. I wonder how this will go (ep 4 atm)

CDrama
- Put Your Head on My Shoulder - something light and cuteee

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I'm in the midst of a dry k-drama spell! I can't find anything to sink my teeth into! I watched the first episode of the King on its White Horse and I found it so, so boring.
I also tried Born Again and only managed to stay awake for the first half of ep 1. Man, that wig was terrible and I 🏃‍♀️ took it as a sign of worse things to come.

So, I ended up watching an oldie, A Witch's Love. So far, I made it to ep. 3.

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Awwww, A Witch’s Love is a show I turn to when I want to lift my spirits. It gets a bit draggy in the middle but it’s so much fun.

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Not an Kdrama, but I really like Little Fires Everywhere. The acting, the script, everything is perfect. I really like it and would recommend people to watch it.

Totally agree with you on Born Again and The King. Both bland and terrible. The King's script is so bad that I think KES needs to watch other drama to get her writing back on track or something. The story is all over the place.

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Isn't A Witch's Love a remake of the Taiwan drama "My Queen"? With Ethan Ruan? Both dramas have such gorgeous male leads!

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Yes it is. The Tdrama is better but they are both way too long imo. I really disliked the end of the k-drama.

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I never made it to the end of Witch's Love!

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That's A Witch's Romance. Witch's Love is a short romcom about witches. Not sure which one yayabean actually means. Witch's Love is actually super fun and I enjoyed it when it aired.

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I know what you mean - it seems that about half the shows I have been following just kind of went total BLEH after the first few episodes. I have 4 or 5 on hold right now, in the "maybe I will, but maybe not watch" mode.

Been going back and watching some older shows that I had missed - some are good, others not so much.
The World of the Married and Chef Moon are my only real go-to ones right now. Chef Moon not that great, but I am a sucker for payback/revenge shows.

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@leetennant Thank you for the feedback. I'm watching the 2014 drama with Park Seo joon.

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(b)I'll find you when the weather is nice:(/b) I've only watched until the fourth episode but this show is so cozy, I'll take my time with it, on the couch with a nice cup of tea.

(b)The King:(/b) Eternal Monarch: The first half of the third episode was all filler and then at 40 minutes it turned interesting. It bugs me that I still don't have a grasp on Lee Gon and what bugs me more is that I don't believe he and Tae Eul will end up in a relationship with Shin-Jae in the picture so I'm really worried they're gonna off him. And he's is really my main reason for watching right now. Sorry, Woo Do Hwan oppa, your one character is a stone slab and the other one is a bit of a teenager playing at cop. PLEASE, have character development soon so I can love you in this!!

(b)Goblin:(/b) I started missing my all-time favorite bromance and it delivered just a few minutes in. I love you, Goblin and Reaper.

(b)My fellow citizens:(/b) Park Hu-Ja is my favorite villain ever. The show is a breeze.

(b)The Untamed:(/b) I really liked the first half of the show but haven't felt like watching in several weeks so I might be close to dropping it. There's a really unbalanced comedy to the latter half which bugs me. Borderline slapstick among corpses. I don't think it fits the tone of the drama and I wish they would have gone with a darker humor à Supernatural. I really, really like the portrayals of Jiang Cheng and Jin Guang Yao though, didn't like them quite as much in the novel, kudos to the actors.

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Ugh, I used the wrong commands. Gotta keep this from my programmer husband.

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My Fellow Citizens is so much fun, I loved it last year. Definitely one of kdrama's best villains. I hope this year gives us something just as good, I can use it.

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NOBODY KNOWS: For some reason, it’s taking my a little while to get into this one for now. I loved the first episode or two, but I was hoping for something a little more fast-paced, I think. (ep. 4)

Non-Korean Dramas

SKATE INTO LOVE: This one might be my new happy pill. It has my all-time favorite trope: enemies to lovers. I’m so enjoying the bickering between the two leads. Sadly, it looks like the romantic relationship will develop a little more quickly between the two than I would like. Hopefully this drama will still manage to be cute and entertaining still. I did notice that we’re starting to see the beginnings of different couples forming which does make me a little wary. Seriously though, thank you so much everyone for gushing about this drama on the fan wall! (ep. 1-7)

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Happy to see another who is watching Skate into Love! I have come to realize that I will watch anything with Janice Wu. But the chemistry between the leads surprised me. But I am most invested in her comeback and future in skating. Jaiyo!

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I'm not super familiar with her. Or really Chinese dramas in general. I've only watched episodes of a few shows (and have yet to complete any). I did start My Amazing Boyfriend, which I think she was in and remember quite liking her in that as well.

It's really fun so far! I'm not a sports person whatsoever but keep finding myself literally on the edge of my seat whenever there's a competition happening in the drama.

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I have just recently gotten into youth Chinese dramas so I am learning too.
I do recommend Le Coupe de Foudre, then. (The French title might be confusing; it is a Chinese drama with Janice Wu).

I enjoy the sports action too when I am rooting for our characters. I do cringe at the figure skating though--so obviously not up to World's standards as we are expected to believe.

I hope you continue enjoying the show.

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That's one's on my list soon! I've heard many great things about it.

I'm still enjoying it so far. I haven't gotten too far into the drama, so not many ice skating scenes yet. But I'll try not to expect too much.

It's still quite fun, though my pacing has slowed down considerably, as I've been busy.

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I’LL FIND YOU ON A BEAUTIFUL DAY has been the best drama of this year so far. This was a show with great writing, acting (including by the minor characters), and cinematography. It also proved that PMY can act- her character in this show was vastly different from SECRETARY KIM.

I give weekend family dramas a chance. I drop them more often than I continue but this time ONCE AGAIN is making the grade. Not all of the characters are equally engaging but the story seems well written.

We suffered an “Area Internet outage” yesterday. So it was time to watch a DVD instead. It is April, so we watched ENCHANTED APRIL. It is a lovely movie and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Enchanted April is a wonderful little film. Gosh I haven't thought about that in years.

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HYENA: This drama is so cool and the OTP has so much chemistry. I love how they are perfect for each other and I can’t wait to see them start a real relationship.

WORLD OF MARRIED COUPLE: I fell asleep from after watching the 9th episode today. I honestly felt exhausted but I can’t stop watching.

365: REPEAT THE YEAR: I love how this drama doesn’t waste time. The story is fast and doesn’t get draggy. I’m hoping for a satisying finale week. I also love the OTP....so much!

HOSPITAL PLAYLIST: Each episode gets better and better. I love Junwan and IkSun and how comfortable and hilarious their relationship is. I don’t want to ship Songhwa with anyone but my heart is leaning towards IkJun. Also, consider me Ujuholic.

SOMEDAY OR ONE DAY (cdrama): The first episode made me cry hard. I messaged my fiancé and told him to always take care and to never leave me. This drama is so painful, beautiful and real. I’m excited for this.

BROOKLYN NINE-NINE: This is by far my most favorite episode. Such a beautiful season finale. I cried happy tears and I can’t wait for Season 8. Nine-Nine!

ANNE WITH AN E: If you want to take a break from Asian dramas then please do watch this series. It’s beautifully written and the cinematography is amazing. #renewannewithane

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The only thing that's keeping me away from anne with an e are the multiple seasons but I think I should dive in, heard only good things about it.

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Three seasons and 27 episodes all in all. 🥰

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I have tried to commit to never ending seasons and it didn't work for me but if the story does wrap up by the 3rd season then maybe I'll give it a go.

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Yay, another SOMEDAY OR ONE DAY convert! One of the best dramas ever. Thanks Taiwan!

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Ah I love Someday or One Day! Yes, cried in every single episode.

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Nine-Nine! Cool, cool, cool. I mean indeed, indeed, indeed.

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Ancient Detective caught up. So far, it is good. I just hope there is more cases then murder cases.

Chang’An Youth, Episode 8 FL was so obvious but ML was gender blind. However, he find out the truth on Episode 10 in a different way. 😂 🤣

Fantastic Mrs. Right up to episode 13 it as cute but I think the OTP got together too quickly which means noble idiot will be in second half of the show. So far, not there yet.

365: I need to catch up soon before the final four episode this week. I am already on episode 15.

Stay healthy and be safe!!! Have a great weekend!!!

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Thanks for mentioning Chang’An Youth, it looks interesting so I might start watching

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The King - I just tried watching the third episode and had to stop at approximately 30 minutes - the constant and blatant PPL annoys me so much. To be continued.

When The Weather Is Fine - Why the separation near the end? I am sorry that the drama gods needed their tribute, I would have appreciated something different. But overall this drama was a gift, as is Seo Kang Joon.

Find Me In Your Memory - Makes me very happy. Of course, there is going to be a huge downfall when she does find her friend in her (lost) memory, but for the time being I like that we get to see the two of them happy together. And did I mention before that Kim Dong Wook is a delight to watch? (Yes? Well...) When he arrived at the office after the kiss, his eyes aglow, radiating happiness... I can't stop praising him every week.

Meow - Only caught up on one of last week's episodes. I have decided to only watch this when I have had a really bad day and need a pretty cat to pick me up after work. Afterwards I scrolled through pictures of all those beautiful cats at our local animal shelter and then had a heated discussion with myself why I really CAN NOT keep a cat in my apartment.

Stranger/Forest of Secrets - Watched the final episodes. This was very good and while at first the reveal of the killer was a bit of a letdown for me, in the last two episodes there was a twist that made it satisfactory again. I feel so lucky that I don't have to wait very long for the second season now.

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Regarding FMINYM: I spoiled myself for the last two episodes lol, I got a bit lazy with continuing oops. Will watch the ones I missed. KDW is a GREAT actor, underrated imo. Even in small roles or supporting roles, dude brings it. I know he's not the standard K-drama lead, but I find him 10 times more interesting to watch. He can play creepy, zany, offbeat, handsome, charming , and etc. I hope he'll get more lead roles down the line...

One thing though, my big gripe is how come she doesn't know the truth yet? This late in the game and nada regarding her memory loss?? I feel a bit uneasy that he knows everything why she doesn't yet....

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I would love to see him in a play... he surely has a great stage presence and I would love for him to recite a powerful monologue. If only it wasn't for my poor Korean! On the other hand, with that voice perhaps I don't have to understand one bit to enjoy it :)

And about the lost memory - yes, the reveal and an honest conversation between them is due soon, I hope the show finds a clever and satisfying way to deal with that.

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He is actually a musical/stage actor in real life. He went to one of the top performing art universities in Korea!

It is long overdue imo. Crazy though, its ending very soon. After this week, 1 week to go :O

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" what made you want to throw your remote..." - everything this week??
FIND ME IN YOUR MEMORY: It's spinning its wheels...this is the first time I ff thru the OTP and watch the adorable 2nd leads' blossoming relationship. The main girl is too saccharin, her (younger?) sister has far more personality without being obnoxious. The 2nd male lead is the kind I like, kinda nerdy and inept, heh.
MEOW: Very confusing - what, are they gonna get married and have a litter?? No, she'll either turn into a cat herself or he'll somehow become fully human. They're leading to him, being a cat and all, having a short life and the 2nd lead (who I adore) will take care of her after the kitman is gone. But unless it's already completed filming, fans are too much in love with her loving (gulp) a cat/human. Hopefully when they sleep together he doesn't suddenly turn into a feline in the midst of you-know-what.
Chinese: I've tried a half dozen new Chinese wuxia/xianxia (whichever) and they all seem to be Untamed wannabees. It's not cutting it. Not even Chen Feiyu, as adorable as he is. I get the feeling (and hopefully I'm wrong) that with the strict and getting more strict as time goes on, censorship they're not even allowing bromance.
THAI: Somebody rec'd 2gether, it's very cute and fluffy (esp the 2 guys). So thanks whoever...
TAIWAN: AMENSALISM: Okay, I like it. Kind of drama I like. No logical reason whatsoever.
There are others but my brain isn't 100% today.

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Hopefully when they sleep together he doesn't suddenly turn into a feline in the midst of you-know-what.

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Who on Earth thought this concept was a good idea?

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I guess they didn't consider we might think that far ahead and come to the obvious conclusion...

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IA on FMINYM regarding the FL. I feel like the writer and her work with her co-writer who wrote Nine and etc. tend to leave the female lead as a character that leads only in the ML's steps. While she is a sweet character, she seems kinda devoid of any personality?

For ex, when lists what she likes she was like "I like books, watching films" lol like super generic answers. A bit of a damsel in distress imo, and the fact that she's suppose to be 30 in the show is laughable b/c she looks her age (23) with her saccharine voice and mannerisms. The age gap is a bit apparent here since they both look/talk their age but the ML is such an expressive and great actor that he's pulling the heavy weight in this show that I still watch for him.

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Thanks for the heads-up on writer Kim Yoon Joo. If you compare Nine with W, you can see that she must have contributed a lot to make Nine the better drama. Don't forget she also co-wrote Queen In-Hyun's Man, in which Yoo In Na's character doesn't play second fiddle.

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I watched 3 episodes of Welcome last weekend and that zapped my strength to watch anything else for two days. I don't know why but I'm still considering continuing. Maybe because some of you'll mentioned it gets really funny in the later episodes.

365- This is the highlight of my drama watching week. I'm halfway through, managed to avoid discussions and spoilers, and I hope I can catch up to the finale.

The King- I wonder whats going on in it several times but it's fun to look for clues and guess where the show might be going. Episode 3 had some hilarious moments!

I also completed Touch and appreciated it a lot more because it's a very easy watch. It was slightly predictable but all of the leading characters had great growth arcs. It had a slow pace but dwelled on character relationships and Soo-yeon's discovery of a new passion after a failed idol career and I liked those parts. There were some equally ridiculous parts though and the romance was totally unnecessary. Anyway I liked it more than I thought I would. Kim Bo-ra and Lee Tae-hwan acted really well!

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The King -- I actually liked episode 1. I was excited by the premise of the universe the writer is building. But by episode 3 I lost all interest. 3 episode in and there is still no progress in the story line. Also, I'm utterly annoyed by Lee Min-ho's character and dialogue. I did not understand how the King character who's supposed to be smart in the parallel world could be so superficial and naive in the real world. Why does he think he can hit on girls by saying that he is a king? It would freak the shit out of me if a guy told me he had known me years before we even met.

Find me in your memory -- A pretty good show. Kudos to healthy, respectful adult relationships. So much chemistry between OTP. Exciting crime that gets you thinking. Editing/Cut between scenes of the different suspects feels intentional in a good way. Make us just as worried and paranoid as the characters. Especially love Kim Seulgi as always.

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Well I wrote a long comment but then my browser appears to have eaten it before I could press send...so in short:

- The King really wants me to like it. Unfortunately, it is boring and stagey.

- Am rewatching Taiwanese drama Drunken to Love You with my sister, who has never seen it. This is super stagey, but not boring.

- Finished Pride and Prejudice (1995 BBC, not the kdrama 😄) , it’s so good. I think we’ll be watching Emma next - or my husband will finally get his copy of Final Fantasy 7 remake (we’re nearly out of lockdown) and I will never see him again 😄.

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Pride and Prejudice with Colin Firth as Mr Darcy? I have watched that drama countless times! But before I discovered kdramas and all Asian dramas...
Is Drunken to Love You worth watching? I usually like Taiwanese dramas anyway, am watching 3 right now: re-watching Some Day or One Day, watching Amensalism, Attention, Love - make that 4 cuz I'm also re-watching Hisstory 2 for Patrick Shih.

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