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: Oh! Master
Navillera: This drama’s premiere was everything I was expecting — and more. Our haraboji’s story and season in life is so beautifully depicted! I don’t know about anyone else, but it hit me right in the heart. There were many tears choked back as I watched our first two episodes. Song Kang was a lot of fun, too. It’s a nice role for him — we get all the orneriness and moping that he’s so good at, but also a rich backstory that adds a lot of dimension. In short, I think this is going to be a good role for him. Finally, after disliking such a long string of Kim Tae-hoon’s characters, I freakin’ love him here as the ballet master with a whole lot of sense (and a little bit of mischief). He knows (as do we) that haraboji needs Chae-rok, and Chae-rok needs haraboji. Let the magic begin~
Vincenzo: Even opera-loving Vincenzo and his dainty espresso cups are failing to hold my interest. Goodbye bean. And mi dispiace, signore!
Currently recapping: Vincenzo
Beyond Evil: We’re not going to have any Manyang people left by the time this is all over. I want to see Joo-won and Dong-shik working together fully since I think that’s their fastest way to finding out the truth. And I’d love to see Dong-shik catch a break – why does this drama enjoy torturing him so? Joo-won has been kind of a bland character, but I’m hoping this new persona of his will spice him up a bit. I love Yeo Jin-gu in darker roles, so I’ve been hoping he’ll go grittier here.
Sisyphus: I’ve been losing interest lately, but we’re close enough to the end that I’m sticking with it. I think this would’ve been better with a shorter episode count. The tension has waned in recent episodes, and it’s starting to feel dragged out.
Navillera: It’s so cuuute! I love this. Deok-chul is adorable and watching him undauntingly pursue his ballet dreams under the tutelage of his new cantankerous teacher is delightful. I also love how into his manager role Deok-chul is and how determined he is to take care of Chae-rok properly, despite Chae-rok being a brat. I’m really looking forward to watching these two bond.
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