Team Dramabeans: What we’re watching
by DB Staff
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…
Currently weecapping: Backstreet Rookie, Graceful Friends, and United Effort to Accomplish One Thing
Flower of Evil: I wasn’t put off enough by the procedural element not to tune in for Episode 3, and let’s face it, this is a fun set-up. However, after Episode 3, I’m still torn. While I love the twists and deep, dark identity secrets (OMG Kim Ji-hoooooon!), I don’t know if I can stay on board for all the crime scene investigations just to get to the juicy parts.
It’s Okay to Not Be Okay: I find the latest turn with Moon-young’s mom a little too overdramatic to take seriously, but since it’s going for a fairy tale vibe, I guess this direction kind of makes sense. Clearly, we’re headed for a showdown in the final week. All I ask is that our little family comes out of this intact.
Flower of Evil: Dramas really love a serial-killer father trying to bring his son to the dark side, don’t they? I figured things weren’t as clear-cut as first implied, but I’m surprised at how quickly the reveals are happening. I’m all for a fast-paced plot, so I’m not complaining. I am curious, though, where we’re heading since things are moving faster than I anticipated.
United Effort to Accomplish One Thing: With only one week to go, everything is coming together. I guessed who sent the letters from the start, but there’s still a lot of questions with regards to this messed up family. I’ve really enjoyed this so far – I love a good scheme – so I hope they nail the finale.
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