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Team Dramabeans: What we’re watching (June 22, 2024)

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…

javabeans

Little Women: Now, this was a proper thriller. It’s been a while since I’ve watched a drama that felt so seamless and maintained its moody tone and consistent pacing so solidly; this felt more like a long movie than weekly episodic storytelling. The story took a while to grab me and the characters also took some time to warm up to (I appreciate flaws and layers, but I didn’t really like anyone until we were deep into things), but I was immediately hooked by the sophisticated execution — all artful misdirection and sinuous tension. Where did the money come from? How can she find a way to keep it? How will they get out of this alive? Who’s really dead, and who’s the killer? Who’s the villain and who’s just a pawn? I had a lot of theories that kept shifting with every plot development, and the drama kept the scales tipping back and forth in an exciting way. I loved that we didn’t know whether Wie Ha-jun was good or bad the whole way through, whether he was actually falling for Kim Go-eun or whether it was all an act, whether he was ultimately going to betray her or save her. I honestly would have enjoyed it either way. And while the youngest sister was the most frustrating to me for being ungrateful and distant (although No. 2 gave her a run for the money for being stubborn and willful — and then No. 1 for being naive and foolish), I appreciated the character work of why they’d become that way and how they grew — independently, but together — and the way things came together in the end. Yes, the plot did go a little off the rails in the final stretch, but I’m not too bothered because it felt more like it overshot its hand rather than flailed about for a resolution — too much of a good thing is better than too little.

 

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Connection: I caught up so fast and now I’m sorry because this show is so good, and so bingable. I couldn’t seem to get into another romance so quickly after Lovely Runner (Sun-jae-ah!), so this desperate, twisty thriller is everything I need right now. The pacing continues to be great, giving us lots and pushing things forward, but never being careless or loose with the plot. Ji Sung is (of course) amazing here, but the overall cast is just spot-on all around (well, I might like to replace Jeon Mi-do but I won’t go there right now).

 

DaebakGrits

Currently covering: My Sweet Mobster

Miss Night and Day: I knew I was going to love this drama as soon as the opening credits rolled and saw all the Sailor Moon references. Sailor Moon was my first anime and a major stepping stone in my path to discovering K-dramas, so seeing the two smooshed together made me happy. And, even better, the first two episodes of Miss Night and Day didn’t disappoint! It ticks off a lot of my guilty pleasures: quirky leading lady, stoic but kind hearted male lead, hidden identities, swoony damsel-in-distress moments, and a hint of suspense (a la serial killer). I can’t wait for our leading lady to start falling for our leading man while living out her best ajumma life. Let the hijinks begin!

 
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LIVE WATCHES
Beauty and Mr. Romantic
Sadly, BMR did slow down this week. I'm still optimistic that the gear shift was intentional, but I could also be simply pushing down those tell-tale dramalover's vibes that the writer is about to start meaning serious things. 🥶☠️

Freaking Fairy Tale
Best kisses this year? I think they may be. I am under the spell of this show, and think it's one of the better-written K-dramas I've, frankly, ever seen. It's weirdly intricate and straightforward at the same time--a lot like a, um, fairy tale. I am sliiiightly worried that we only have two episodes left, but also not, as I've come to really trust this writer. But hey, we've all been burned before.

Bitter Sweet Hell
I'm liking this, but can't help but feeling that it is both enough and not enough makjang, all at the same time. I want to inhabit a fictional world that is totally against me in a way I don't deserve and have me the FL claw her damn way out of it. I want everyone to be a caricature and all emotions dialed to 11. I don't need kelp...I need painful melo.

Lobster
An unexpectedly delightful love triangle. So typical, and yet so deserving a trio! In other news, I think I know how people felt about Ha Joon's character in DWY now. My SLS is retreating--not growing for once 🤷‍♂️--and I'm remembering what a lot of you said about Jae-kyung back in the day. This dude just doesn't have it. Y'all were still wrong about Jae-kyung 🦦.

Miss Night and Day
I will continue to watch this drama happily, despite all my reservations about the perils of the agassi-ajumma dichotomy. I will not predict how it will end up, and frankly at this point don't care. I have been so disappointed by dramas of this ilk this year, that finding joy in the first few episodes leaves me pretty dang thrilled.

FROM THE RESERVES
I am so ecstatic about having a full slate of live-watches back!!!

ON DECK
The Auditors, 'nuff said. It can't live up to the hype at this point, but at least there will be accountancy back on our screens.

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I am counting down the days until Auditors, I keep getting excited thinking it is coming out on the 28th and then remembering, no it is the 6th.

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I want to inhabit a fictional world that is totally against me in a way I don't deserve and have me the FL claw her damn way out of it. I want everyone to be a caricature and all emotions dialed to 11. I don't need kelp...I need painful melo.

You literally just described The Double!!! 😉

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Yes! That's exactly why I love The Double so much. The calm fierceness with which she goes about her plan is just plain 대박 💪

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I think it's amazing that BMR is only slowing down now! Hopefully just a weaker set of episodes in the bigger picture.

Everyone seems to be liking MNaD. I may have to check it out later this summer. You know, after The Auditors 😉

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I have my fingers crossed for BMR. The shift to Ma-ri is hopeful and if they can figure out what sort of man Jin-dan really is, that would be great!!!

Also, Pil-seung can just smile and say "Fighting" every once in a while and I'd probably now watch to the end.

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I thought that Ma-ri might only be a marginal figure in this story but in fact she has turned into one of the most important supporting characters in the drama. She is central to the story.

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Currently Watching
Dare to Love Me: 🎭🪡 It's sweet and simple, except for the antagonist, who is fascinating. I kind of want him to succeed at whatever his end-game is. (Also: L's voice is lovely, making THREE currently-airing dramas with great voices!).

My Sweet Mobster: 🍭🦞 I'm in luuuuurve!! Favorite moments this week: our shy ex-mobster's childlike joy at the playground, his shame-spiral after the playground shenanigans (Lol), our caring content-creator mending Ji-hwan's coat... and then trying it on and commenting on his wide shoulders (*same, girl*), cat mobster's pearls, Ji-hwan's eyes every time he encounters prejudice against ex-cons (sad, resigned), "I got home fk," the family breakfast and table prayer, and Ji-hwan's face (*Those angles*✨️📐✨️).

Miss Night and Day: 🌜🙇‍♀️🌞 I LOVED the first episodes - what a great intro to the personalities of the leads. I went in pretty blind, so I didn't know about the thriller plot... why oh why can't we have nice, normal murders? Why must they be so grisly? I guess if you set the bar at ''dismemberment,'' it can't get that much worse, right? RIGHT?? But I digress. I love the magical realism (Lol at *yet another* deus-ex-machina-magic-cat, plus two other HeartBeat alums), the gorgeous visual- and sound-design, the ML and FL, and the cast in general. So I'm sticking around. P.S. let's petition for a magical golden retriever in a drama. I'd love that.

Finished
Frankly Speaking: This drama was really three different dramas (1st: wk 1; 2nd: wk 2-4; 3rd: wk 5-6). Any one of these could have been excellent. Choosing any two could still have been great. Trying all three didn't quite work, but if looked at separately, I enjoyed each one. Taking a multi-week break before tackling the last four episodes mitigated some of the tone shift and helped me enjoy it on its own merits. It was a great cast of characters even if the story faltered. A lovely ending, though!! The children's play was necessary because they forgot to emphasize their own moral/message throughout, but I loved it anyway. It was adorable.

In other news... Mom watched the "sweet and funny" Honey Sweet and really enjoyed it. She started Flex x Cop and is loving it so far! Haha she loved it when he flew in on a helicopter. (*Continued below*)

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I'm still watching The Double (through episode 15), and in a minor C-drama miracle, I haven't used FF yet! The drama keeps the drama cranked up to 11, which is just the way I like it. Duke Su is 🔥 and every time they interact is delicious. I know the ex is awful, but he's also hawt and conflicted and maybe slowly descending into madness (*hopefully*)? The wind machines and slo-mo flowing robes and things underscored by dramatic string music are all A+. Hoping for more thunderstorms. The FL is clever and mentally strong, and all the verbal and mental sparring is awesome. Both in visual and sound design, this drama is GORGEOUS. Last year, Parallel World was my C-drama obsession, and this summer it's The Double.

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I couldn't agree more about Frankly Speaking being three, concatenated dramas. With a few weeks of retrospect, I do think I liked the first one best, though 🙃

And, I have to admit...you've put enough "drama red flags" up for Miss Night and Day to sail the seven seas...😱

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The first drama in Frankly Speaking was also my favorite... oh, what might have been 🥲

Lol I hope not Seon-ha!!! I really did like the opening week, so I hope it has calm sailing into safe harbors... 🚢

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New word learned today and I even used it! Thanks @Seon-ha! And I love your comments as usual. I might have to try The Double as others have talked affirmatively about it!

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OMG I LOOOOOOOVED Parallel World!

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If you really like this FL actress and interested in her previous works, I’d recommend “Yanxi Palace”— she portrays another really headstrong FL. Word of warning, though, is that this drama is quite heavy on the sepia filter and costume palette, so it may not be as pretty as The Double

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Thank you for the rec, Bebe!! 😊

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I’m there with you for The Double. From the campy, gothic beginning (nuns and wotnot) to The Man in the Iron Mask revenge, I’m loving it.

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It's great fun!!

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“why oh why can't we have nice, normal murders?”

Hahahaha and here I thought you were going to ask for NO murders at all! But that would be unrealistic for a drama 😉

I’m not calling the cat deus-ex-machina yet, because it showed up in the first episode (as opposed to the last) and so far hasn’t changed the rules of the world 47 times. Lets hope it’s a better cat than last summer!

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Lol asking for NO murders seems like a long-shot, doesn't it?? 😅😆

I hope you're right about the cat and whatever the magic rules and resolution are going to be for this one!

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Why can't there be less bloody crimes? Like a guy who is slashing trees and or sneaking into rich people's lands and poisoning their lawns? Or some dog owner who doesn't pick up after their dog's poop?

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YES!! 👏👏👏 I'd watch that investigative show!

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Yes, yes. The way I am sick of serial killers.

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As a homeowner who’s occasionally discovered someone’s left a malodorous “gift” on my lawn, I sometimes feel like not picking up after one’s dog is a crime worse than murder. 🐶💩🤬

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Oooh, I really like your take on Frankly Speaking. I was just thinking about that drama yesterday and wishing it had been better. My mind feels a little more at ease 😊

MNaD has a magic cat? Hmmm... I may really have to watch this. Later though.

As for The Double... I'll focus on the bad husband because I completely agree with you that he's "hawt and conflicted." There must be more to the story than what we've seen so for (I'm up to ep 20). The actor himself is really charming and funny in the BTS videos.

Also: Parallel World is on my watch list for this year. I remember you talking about it last year. Have you heard about Regeneration?

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I wish Frankly Speaking had been better... it really squandered its potential... but as three separate parts, I really enjoyed it!

Yes the magic cat is quite cute!! And the magical realism vibe is, well, magical. We'll see, though, I haven't watched episode 3 yet 😅

I usually don't enjoy grey antagonists this much, but the actor is really selling it. It's a good cast, and he's one of the best for sure.

Parallel World was a great watching experience!! I can't really think of any other drama to compare it to... it starts slow (to set up the world and establish the characters and mood), but definitely keeps the vibe going while increasing the action. It was one of my favorite dramas last year. No, I haven't heard about Regeneration, but now I'm going to look it up!!

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Yay mom for Flex X Cop. Such a good show. Fun starts you off and then the team chemistry keeps you going.
Has mom seen Military Prosecutor Doberman? ABH in another great role and looking FINE in a uniform. It has some great drama and loving the core cast also.

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It really is such a fun show! I'm eagerly awaiting season 2. I think Military Prosecutor Doberman would be too dark/violent for mom, but ABH certainly looks excellent in uniform!! 🥰

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Yes and YES! Two great shows to watch!

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L's voice is truly lovely. I remember back when I first watched Shut Up! the quality was so bad I couldn't quite make out anybody's face, least of all L's with his full bangs, but his voice was so clear and lovely that I fell for him right from the start!

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I still have Shut Up! on my watchlist!! He's definitely a favorite of mine 🥰

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One's L from Dare and second is Um Tae Goo from Lovely Lobster whose the third?

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The third is Choi Jin-hyuk from Miss Night and Day! 😊

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His voice is so magical to listen to. I'm agreeing with your other two also. One reason why I like L so well is his voice!

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I hope there are some awesome writers stalking dramabeans, because a magical golden retriever drama would be amazing ⭐️

Perfect description for Frankly Speaking haha 😂

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Living with a magical golden retriever, I vote for one in every drama going forward as policy.

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I have a magical golden retriever, too!!! 🤗♥️✨️

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How delightful was that shame spiral though! 🥰🤭 Ji-hwan is endearing. He's a big ball of sincerity and softness behind those sharp cheekbones and suits. The perfect leading man for our adorable leading lady. I'm totally going to pretend there is no love triangle in this show (I *despise* them!) 🤩

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It was SUPER delightful!!! 😊 Ji-hwan is such a great character - I love his sincerity and genuineness. Lol this triangle is definitely not working for me - the SML is a big wet blanket. Welcome to the comments!! 😊

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Lol. Agreed on the SML. Aw, thank you for the welcome @hopefulromantic 🥰 I'm learning my way through these beanie streets after years of being an outside observer 😍

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👋🏾hello sorry for the late welcome to the comments. We normally do welcome beanies in but I have been slacking due to glitches. I just saw your sunny profile on the beanie tab so wanted to jump on to greet you. Thanks @hopefulromantic for doing the 🤗 welcome.

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Three shows ended this week and my k-drama plate is so empty 😯.

COMPLETED
Crash - I loved this sweet little team and how they always came through for each other. Wouldn't mind a S2 to wipe that smug smile off Lee Tae-joo's face.

Uncle Samsik - Loved the way they merged past, real footage with the scenes of the protests and the coup. It ended pretty much as I expected but I still cried in the scene before the execution. I liked it - it was plot-dense but the story-telling style allowed for multiple perspectives, which kept things tense and exciting.

High School Return of a Gangster - I'm glad Se-kyung got to apologise directly to Yi-heon and that not everyone got a redemption arc. This was surprisingly moving and had a good, complete ending. Two 👍!

ONGOING
Dare to Love Me - Two more weeks…

Dreaming of a Freaking Fairy Tale - I love how unserious this show is - the throat punches, the bathroom scene, the rap battle 😭. The stuff with the mom was a bit pat but makes sense in this story.

My Sweet Mobster - Loving the humour in this too - be it the Thirsty Deer folks or Hyun-woo with his office investigator. Ji-hwan going crazy in the playground was so cute. Uhm Tae-goo's pauses and intonations are just 💯.

STARTED
Miss Night and Day - I liked it. Mi-jin feels like a real person despite all the k-drama style troubles she got into. All 3 leads are likeable as always. Did anyone else find the ex-soldier suspicious 🧐?

C-DRAMAS
Still enjoying The Double, which I should be able to finish over the weekend.

Will start Follow Your Heart, which had a surprise drop yesterday. Hopefully we get The Princess Royal this week too.

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I'm still on the slow train with Viki/YouTube on The Double. I'm going to wait until The Princess Royal has been out for a couple of weeks before I get hooked on it and have to deal with 1 ep a day 🙃 Ditto Follow Your Heart, which I'm hoping will end up on Viki at some point, but it seems like very few iQIYI dramas are on other streaming platforms at or around launch time.

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I've found that if I wait a few days to start a c-drama, there's a chance I might not watch it at all. In just a few days generally SO many episodes are out and spoilers abound everywhere 😅...

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It's really a dilemma with the longer dramas. If you start right away and get hooked, then 40 eps feels like nothing. But if you wait, then suddenly it seems like a lot. If this was only the hardest issue we faced in a given day 😂

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Truly #FirstWorldProblems 😂

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Though I’m not currently watching any (East) Asian dramas at the moment (fell into a slump with Asian dramas and started re-watching and marathoning some American shows and haven’t been able to get out of my Asian drama slump yet), I’m glad that Follow Your Heart is finally released!!! It’s been hyped up ever since it’s production/filming days (mostly because of the FL actress’ dating news), so I’m glad it’s finally here

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Aww don't think of it as a slump but as a break/holiday. Asian dramas will still be there when you want to come back!

Yes Follow Your Heart has been hyped for a while - hopefully it'll live up to it 🤞.

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Crash: What a sweet show. It had growth, family, found family, some comedy, some heart, and a big bad taken down. It was enjoyable for what it was and that is all you can ask for.

Player 2: Still swindling and getting money. The show arc is coming to a head, so looking forward to that.

My sweet Mobster: This still continues to be fine. There isn’t really much happening, but our OTP is cute.

Uncle Samsik: What an ending. An Kichul got his way, but I think the real architect was Kim San, because he got his way too.

Dreaming of a freaking fairytale: We are almost at the end and I am sad. These last episodes took away most of the funny and brought the sincerity. Cha Min’s day and night dreams are hilarious. Sir, just say you like her. His mother’s appearance was sudden, but it is only 10 episodes and they had to wrap everything up anyway. However, the dropping of the security umbrella was bittersweet.

Miss Night and Day: I am looking forward to this even though the characters don’t really match, I am enjoying the shenanigans minus the serial killer, smh.

The Midnight Romance in Hagwon: The angst has arrived, but thankfully it is only in the last 4 episodes.

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I have been waiting for The Midnight Romance in Hagwon to conclude before I could continue. Angst, you say...is it...bearable? Maybe most *importantly* does it look like they will resolve their issues with maturity? I hope the romance in 'midnight romance' holds true to the end!

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The angst isn't so much in the romance as it is surrounding the romance. Without giving spoilers. The couple seems good, it is everyone around them that isn't so mcuh.

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Ah. That old chestnut. Thank you 😊 Started watching last night.

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Bitter Sweet Hell - I'm sincerely tired of No Yeong-won's manner of handling matters. For a psychologist, I am very disappointed. How she went from that Cheshire cat smile in episode 7 to whatever it is in episode 8, I'm highly disappointed.

I'm all for Hong Sa-kang and her methods. She is the main treat in this bittersweet hell.

Special P.S: Can we have Jung Woong-in appearing in the same manner Kwon Yul did in Frankly Speaking.

Uncle Samsik Episode 12: The threat Cha Tae-min doled at Kang Seong-min was chilling. Man was scared in his pants.

So the death happened. I shivered at Lieutenant Jeong's death. I am going to postpone watching the rest till next week cause I'm still reeling from it.

Connection - I'll always love this for the break-neck speed with which the plot moves. I know the relationship between Tae-jin and Jong-soo will be the undoing of all of them, but that friend of theirs is a ticking time bomb. With him now knowing Tae-jin's entanglement with Jun-seo's wife, I'm sure he's going to try bargain his way up into the group.

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‘I shivered at Lieutenant Jeong's death. I am going to postpone watching the rest till next week cause I'm still reeling from it.’👈🏾😲😞 I know, I felt it too. The hole they dug was deep though so I think there will be others joining him🫢

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After I finished Carry Sun-jae and Run which I really loved, I was looking for something 1. totally different, 2. quite cheesy, and 3. not quite, shall we say, good. I didn’t want it to compete with Lovely Runner, and as @hopefulromantic pointed out, it can be good to reset expectations. Soooo, I started watching The Scholar Who Walks the Night, which I have been intrigued by ever since @mistyisles recommended it as a cheese-fest a couple of years ago. It is fitting the criteria perfectly 😅🧀

I’m having fun, but probably not for the reasons the show intended. This drama is one that every single actor has committed to, and that Lee Joon-gi is absolutely carrying on his shoulders. Within the first episode, when I was totally supposed to be horrified by our hero having to drink the blood of his love, I found myself cracking up - at the inappropriately swelling music, but even more at the absolutely wild squelching sound effects. But y’all, Lee Soo-hyuk was born to play a vampire, the crown prince is interesting and conflicted, Ho-jin is incredibly endearing, and Lee Joon-gi continues to have some of the most elegant eyelids in all of dramaland - emphasized beautifully here by an unsubtle amount of eyeliner.

On the other hand, 20 episodes is way too many! If you gave me a copy of the script, a red pen, a pair of scissors, and a few hours, I could hand you a drama that would be a solid 16 episodes (or even 14!), would be better paced, and would be at least 71% better and less confusing. It’s already cut so strangely I can’t really mess it up too badly. I don’t always know how to fix a questionable drama, but this one I feel like I could really help out. Ah well. As a little break, I also started watching The Young Woman Who Walks the Night Miss Night and Day, which is super fun so far! An ajumma cycling around and dancing to her own music is a nice change from the secret plots and vampire overlords!

K-action Movie of the Week
Deliver Us From Evil: No idea why this movie is named this, but it was pretty good! The trans-representation could have been better, but could also have been much much worse, and I was glad that they portrayed her as a moral and sympathetic character (who gets a reasonably happy ending!). It’s quite violent, so be warned, but it was fun to see Hwang Jung-min as a more fatherly character than I’m used to, and Lee Jung-jae as an absolute psychopath. Plus, Park So-i was so tiny and adorable! It’s a tale as old as time - dangerous man #1 is trying to retire, girl is kidnapped, DM1 tries to save her as dangerous man #2 tries to stop him - and it’s no Man From Nowhere, but it was solid nonetheless!

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Lee Joon-gi continues to have some of the most elegant eyelids in all of dramaland - emphasized beautifully here by an unsubtle amount of eyeliner.

SOLD!

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The guyliner on Lee Joon-Gi is *chef's kiss* 👌✨️

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Adding that LJG’s hanbok are quite beautiful in the show, along with his guy liner.

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So true! I was trying to decide which was my favorite but they are all really beautiful!

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I should make a list someday of all my favorites - some actor’s eyelids just look impossibly elegant to me and it makes them so striking and beautiful. Lee Soo-hyuk’s eyeshadow is also great, to be fair, but I’ve been a sucker for the sweep of a monolid since I was little.

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I'm tellin' ya, I'm a PRO with the FF button and can skim with the best of them...so much to see when you don't need all the extra scenes with "plot" or whatever, but without eyeshadow and eyeliner!!

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That will serve you well with this drama! I don't even know how many episodes it took them to find the all powerful "secret plan" but it was too many.

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Omo! @attiton New developments in episode 13! *Spoilers for those who care*

We have a new vampire on the scene and his eye makeup is on point! I kept looking at him and wondering where I’d seen him before, but he was the SML from Strangers Again whose name I refused to learn because his character was such a snoozefest! He is looking much better here (even pre-vampire) and is waaaay more interesting of a character. (Even if I fundamentally disagree with every decision that led us to this point.) Post-vampire transformation he’s not too concerned about having his hanbok closed or his hair up and it’s… not bad 😉

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Do you mean Jang Seung-jo?? WITH EYELINER?? I mean he was the ML in Strangers Again...so maybe not?

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Nah, Jang Seung-jo with eyeliner would absolutely be front page news, and he is, improbably, in this drama also, but sadly (?) he never becomes a vampire 🧛‍♂️

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NO NO, I remembered who you meant--he was the momma's boy always dressed in yellow!!--Mu Jin-sung is (apparently) his name 😆 I didn't know either!

https://mydramalist.com/people/22029-mu-jin-sung

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Oh man I watched the first episode of The Scholar Who Walks the Night and there was SO MUCH BLOOD. Which, tbh, is expected with the mashup of vampires and sageuk, but I had a really hard time with all the squelchy sound effects 😅 I'd still love to go back to it, though, because Lee Joon-gi and Lee Soo-hyuk are both 🔥🔥🔥👌

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I wonder what the actors thought of those sound effects on top of their acting when they saw the final product after it was released? 😂

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I often wonder this about dramas. It must be difficult to give your all in a performance but for that only to be one small piece of the whole picture. And then you don’t really have much control at all how the rest will turn out.

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Plus they film everything out of of order and don't see it put together as a cohesive (theoretically) story until long after they've finished their part of the work.

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If I was rewriting this drama (and believe me, in my head I already have), it would have started very differently. I understand the desire to set up the scholar’s tragic backstory right away, but the whole episode was pretty weird. And you’re right, there is a ton of death in it. I can’t decide if the sound effects have decreased, or if I’ve just gotten used to them 😬 but there is certainly not quite as much blood in every episode. LJG and LSH are definitely the best things about this drama!

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Yeah the first episode was a bit of a tough start for me. But LJG and LSH are worth it! I'll come back to this one eventually!!

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Also, re: the tons of blood - why can no vampire drink neatly in this show? I get that when you drink directly from someone’s neck, it’s probably messy (although you’d think after practicing for hundreds of years, they would get better at it), but sometimes they drink blood from cups or other vessels, and it always manages to drip down their chins! I’m sure the director is trying to emphasize their beastly nature, but to me they just seem inexperienced 😂

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I LOL'd at this comment, Unaspirated! 😂 Maybe they need vampire sippy cups until they learn how to drink neatly? 😆

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Or straws or something? 🥤

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You are tempting me with your The Scholar Who Walks the Night description.

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An ajumma cycling around and dancing to her own music is a nice change from the secret plots and vampire overlords!

Yes, yes and yes!!

If you gave me a copy of the script, a red pen, a pair of scissors, and a few hours, I could hand you a drama

How many times have we thought this? haha!

I might check this cheesefest. I stayed away because I thought it was horror.

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I rarely feel like I know exactly what a drama needs. Suggestions for improvement? Sure. But a full on rearrangement and giant edit? It’s a special case!

I would not call it horror. There are times when I’m slightly horrified, but never because I’m scared 😂 Let me know if you watch it! It’s much more fun when I get to talk about its ridiculousness!

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LOL, and I would totally trust your edits. It sounds like a fun watch though.

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I stayed away even though I like LJG, but now I might try it

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CONNECTION (Ep. 7-8) The KH gang’s plans continue to fray the edges of their friendship. Kidnapping Yoon-Jin made no sense; threatening the Taxi Driver just makes him want to betray in order to live; trying to seduce the passcode from a widow; etc. We did learn that Joon-Seo and Chang-Soo have major secrets to reveal. Even with stop-gap measures, time is running out for many of these players.

BITTERSWEET HELL (Ep 7-8) Generational hatred for one’s family is the tornado aftermath in the main characters lives. Se-Na is a master manipulator whose back story is as terrifying as her game with the Hong family. Se-Na’s obsession may have a dark horse contender in Dr. Oh. We have 4 episodes to the finish line. The idea of MIL and No working together to solve the family’s problems out of mutual “maternal love” was quickly thrown out the window. MIL’s deep secret is tied to her own overprotective nature to her son. It seems the writer is making the point that a mother’s unconditional love for their child resides in a murky swamp of contradictions and moral quandaries that can be exploited, even by their loved ones.

PRINCESS MONONOKE (1997) I re-watched Hayao Miyazaki’s animated epic to find over time it still holds up great. Besides great world building and animation, the story is one of the most complex in Studio Ghibli history. There are actually five factions that oppose each other during the fight for control of the forest and Nature’s resources. The good and evil aspects of the factions meld into several gray area characters against some villains who are just greedy with a purpose. Great movie.

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Miss Night & Day: 7.5 Lee Jung-Eun + Jung Eun-Ji = Lee Jung Eun Ji + 😸

Missing Crown Prince: 5.5

Crash: 6.5 Sigh. Time skip. Because kdrama.

Player 2 - Master of Swindlers: 6.0

High School Gangster: 6.5 for the week; 7.5 for the series. Ep 7 gets only a 5.0 for wasting an hour pretending that a certain character might not do what we all knew he would do, setting up a fake dramatic climax, and then giving it all away at the end in the preview of the next episode (which we were all going start in about 30 seconds anyway, so why bother with a preview?)
Also, Lee Kyoung-young wasn't very evil this time!!!!? 😱😨

My Sweet Mobster: 7.5 Their novelty is starting to wear off. A little.

Dreaming of a F***king Fairy Tale: 7.5

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I know it’s only been half a year, but I nominate the infamous umbrella for being this year’s most versatile inanimate object

Not only can it be used as a romantic gesture from saving a loved one during the rain, sun & snow. It can also be used as a shield from angry fans throwing eggs or worse anti-fans throwing acid. While the umbrella does have great defence mechanisms, it also has great attack capabilities. Just poke a couple of baddies and voilà they’ll be kneeling at your feet! However and most importantly the umbrella is the ultimate and I mean ultimate emotional support object! Now who wouldn’t want such an incredible and useful tool for the low low price of $9.95! 😁

MISS NIGHT AND DAY (Ep.1-2)
Could easily become a favourite and so far I’m enjoying it. I think we all act differently around different people, as in I act differently around my friends, than I do with my co-workers and my parents etc. So it’s an intriguing thought experiment on how we’d behave if we woke up in a different body, would we still carry all the same baggage, stresses and anxiety? Or would there be new hurdles? It’s an interesting conundrum for sure and I’m excited to see how the drama will tackle it.

CRASH (Ep. 11-12)
I thoroughly enjoyed the chemistry between our ragtag TCI team and I‘ll be happy if we do get a season two. One of the things I like about kdramas is that they don’t shy away from the corruption amongst the police. However, aside from a few “bad apples” I would’ve liked to see a more systematic critique. From lobbyists to politicians to city planning and the police, I think there could’ve been a more holistic approach to issues surrounding car accidents and deaths. I say this as someone who lives in a very car dependent country, much more than South Korea. Anyway still happy that I got to see Heo Sung-tae not play a villain or killer for once!

DROPPED: DARE TO LOVE ME
Became uninterested as soon as they did the dirty on Joon-ho. I don’t like how he’s become a one dimensional villain with no nuance and I hate that evil grandpa seems to be getting a redemption arc. Especially when he doesn’t even seem to be the slightest bit apologetic to how he treated and continues to treat Joon-ho.

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I second your nomination for the Umbrella. I would add the mop, but it is much much weirder to take a mop everywhere than an umbrella.

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😂 it would be weirder carrying a mop around everywhere!

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COMPLETED:

Although I’d seen him as the ML in Her Private Life and in secondary roles in a few other dramas, Kim Jae-Wook had never really been on my radar. That changed this past week, when I watched a movie and then a drama series from opposite ends of his career. In both, his was far and away the best performance, elevating so-so material and helping the other actors to shine. Sir, you are now firmly ensconced on my “watch anything they’re in” list.

Antique - “Can anyone be unhappy while eating cake?” While the tagline certainly got my attention, the main incentive for watching this frenetic 2008 movie were the goofy bromantic hijinks of the 20-somethings Ju Ji-Hoon, Kim Jae-Wook, and Yoo-Ah-In as—respectively—owner, chef, and boxer-turned-apprentice at a high-end pastry shop. The film is an adaptation of the manga "Seiyo Kotto Yogashiten.”

I was pleasantly surprised by its lighthearted, largely judgment-free depiction of some unabashedly gay characters, with same-sex flirting, kissing, and even a sexy interracial, post-coital bedroom scene with KJW and his French lover. As the incredibly hot gay pâtissier who makes both men and women swoon, KJW gave a magnetic performance devoid of the stereotypical gay mannerisms. Somewhere in there was a scrambled mess of a plot about—let’s all say it together—childhood trauma! But at least it gave us a tweenage Yeo Jin-Goo playing the child version of JJH’s character… the cherry on top of the cake, as it were.

Crazy Love KJW’s funny, tender, sexy, nuanced portrayal of genius math instructor Noh Go-Jin, was the main reason I really enjoyed this show. He had terrific chemistry with leading lady Krystal, from the smooches and pillow fights to the misunderstandings and frank conversations. The show devoted a lot of quality time to their growth as individuals and also as a couple. The rest was only so-so, with a hateful SFL, insufficiently developed secondary characters and backstories, and a hastily thrown-together conclusion. I did, however, appreciate that it avoided some of the usual pitfalls by not letting certain situations and misunderstandings play out for too long.

Montage - Sadly, Kim Jae-Wook wasn’t in this 2013 crime thriller starring Uhm Jung-Hwa and Kim Sang-Kyung as a bereft mother and a police detective trying to track down the kidnapper and killer of the woman’s young daughter before the statute of limitations runs out. The movie felt dated, without much tension or suspense. My favorite part was name-checking the police squad, a Who’s Who of character actors I’ve seen time and again in countless Kdramas.

DROPPED: -

Crash - Dropped after episode 4. I really wanted to like this one. But it didn’t work for me either as a drama or a comedy. I found it predictable and uninspired, with nothing that set it apart from dozens of other cop shows other than the traffic-crime angle. There was little sense of camaraderie among...

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Hooked me. I'm going to add ANTIQUE to my watch list. Generous thank you for your enticing review.

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It’s far from a great movie, but it left me with a smile. Enjoy!

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Crash - I just finished it and like it a lot. However, it’s after an extended seesawing of dropping it or not. The initial cases on insurance fraud did turn me off. It was a struggle but by about Ep 6 / 7 as the main plot firms up that I fall for its charm, heart and camaraderie. The small team fighting against the establishment is the main story actually and very likely the theme onto season two if there’s one.

Also, the PSA at the episode end is rare for dramas but lovely.

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This week I am behind with my watches but will catch up next week.

Live watches

Lovely Mobster
I have yet to watch episode 4 but I continue to like what I see and I think this will be my favourite lighthearted drama.

Uncle Samsik
I still need to watch this weeks episodes but poor Hanmin paid the price for taking matters into his own hands so now I wonder who else will pay the price.

Dreaming of a freaking fairytale
I have not seen this week’s episodes.

Completed:

Crash
It ended well but with an opening for a second season? If they did make a second season using the same format of a case stretching a couple of episodes and a main story running in the background that would work for me as I would like to see the team grow. I like the judge who has sorted a new mission and I can see her becoming part of the team get togethers.

High school return of a gangster
I liked how they tied up the loose ends. I hope Jaemin gets a fresh start after paying for his crimes. The only issue for me is the age difference if Deukpal chooses not to date according to his actual age.

Book corner

The sense of Wonder - Matthew Salesses
Re read in time for next month’s DB book club discussion. I loved it just as much as the first time. It is crying out to be made into a film or short drama.

Banyan Moon - Thao Thai
Vietnamese family story from Great grandmother’s story of how she came to the States and how the later generations survived. Sad tale with folklore, domestic abuse, young love, and family miscommunication running through the story.

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Hi, Reply!! 👋 Hope all is well!!

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I second that.

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Yes all is well, I am supposed to be studying hard😬😞 breaks are long, study time is short🤣

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화이팅!!!!

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Crash - the minute Park Ji Young appears as the righteous judge in Ep 11, I screamed YES. Didn’t expect she would continue the cameo into Ep 12 and play the pivot. I don’t mind a season two at all with the same team and format but more Ho Sung Tae please - him playing a non-villain is worth watching. He may even has a bigger role as his wife’s case could be the main plot of S2.

Uncle Samsik is the next to finish.

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Yes I am hoping he gets a second chance at romance with their new head of service as I think they would be great together. I wonder if Sungtae was filming something else alongside his role here? They made a joke of Sohee taking over his role but that may have been to try to hide his limited involvement. His late show on the island was noticeable. The second female in the team Hyunkyung also needs more airtime. She was often in scenes but with limited lines and she seemed to be without a family story other than I think they said she was an orphan.

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@reply1988 when is the date for the next book club discussion?

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It’s on Sunday 14th July on @lapislazulii fan wall.

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JOY OF LIFE 2 —It is finished! Thank you to the Beanies who shared their thoughts and encouragement along the watch. You were a little bubble of happiness in each WWW.

I rewatched the last scene more than once; it was a satisfying way to wrap up the season while increasing the excitement for the next. He is back! I look forward to a Fan Xian who is in his full power and with the maturity and knowledge he has gained this season.

I definitely had some drama withdrawal symptoms after completing the last episode, and it took a while to find a drama to watch because every other script and actors was paling in comparison. Now, we wait for season 3 and hope for a reasonable timeframe we can endure. Please not 4 years again.

STARRY LOVE (23) —It is a hoot! I think my favorite thing is how the ML falls for the FL quickly each time, but she falls for him the more she gets to know each piece of him —no spoilers, but if you have watched it you know what I mean. Also, what a gorgeous OST!

MY LOVELY BOXER (7) —I avoided this because of what I thought it would be —a con artist sports agent using his athlete but slowly changing and helping her by the end. It is that, but it is much, much more. And the character motivations are the key. I never thought our heroine would WANT to throw a match so she can peacefully leave the sport she abhors, or that the main lead would be motivated by his loyalty and love for his friend. All this means I am thoroughly enjoying the story right now, and I cannot say good enough things about the acting of Lee Sang Yeob and Kim So Hye. Plus—and this is a BIG plus—the women and female relationships are fantastic: supportive, non-competitive (outside the ring), and relatable.

CRASH LANDING ON YOU (ep 6) —I have never gotten past episode 5. (I know. You will have to take away my Kdrama card membership now.) The drama is great quality in all aspects and I like the characters, but for some reason I have never clicked with it. I am trying again though. Wish me luck!

AGE OF YOUTH 2 (10) —always a great rewatch, but in particular I could watch Park Eun Bin and Son Seung Won do their Lois Lane/Clark Kent act all day. I wish we got more of these two.

MY MILITARY VALENTINE (4) — Once I got past the first episode (I rolled my eyes a lot) and into our story, I was able to settle in and enjoy this. It is surprisingly constructed and may be confusing to drama watchers who do not like non-chronological storytelling. But I love that we are given the puzzle pieces almost randomly because so far my patience has been rewarded when the pieces clicked together.

Also, Kim Min Seok —loved him in Age of Youth 2!—and Nam Gym Ri have some fun chemistry between them. If they can learn to work together, I think I am going to really like this pair.

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Ohhh the Starry Love!!! I loved that one!!! It was so sweet and surprisingly funny, and had an EXCELLENT OST. It's one of the few C-dramas that actually made my cry - a really rewarding journey for our leading ladies!!

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I agree about Starry Love! The humor was a large notch above the usual for this type of idol drama and was well-distributed. I love the ensemble and the multiple couples and the sisterhood.

I love how each sister's love is a guy who is like the other sister. The impulsive and cunning sister with the bad rep gets with the gentle and smart guy (who isn't above being cunning himself) and the gentle and smart sister with the the impulsive and cunning guy with the bad rep.

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I love that analysis of the sisters and their loves!! I hadn't thought about it in that way, but you're so right!! They were both such complementary couples ♥️

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Surprisingly funny is right @hopefulromantic. I have been caught off guard laughing out loud a couple times and chuckling right through most other times.

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Like that statue of the ML??? 😆😆😆

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The smile! Yes, exactly.

Also, when the playboy shard is caught out by the girls when they see they both have the same "special" hairpin. That sequence was comedic tension at its best.

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Loved hearing your reaction to My Lovely Boxer as my take on it was similar. The emotional elements and the acting are what made this drama sing.

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Ah, I was wondering about My Military Valentine. Keep us updated!

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I think this will be a better binge watch so I am going to be sane and wait a couple weeks. I will let you know if it is still worth watching. 😉

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COMPLETED:

1. CRASH - I very much enjoyed this drama and hope it gets a second season.

2. DOCTOR WHO - Ncuti Gatwa is fantastic as The Doctor and I look forward to future seasons of the show.

ONGOING WATCHES:

1. BRAIN WORKS - Jung Yong-Hwa and Cha Tae-Hyun are very entertaining as the Odd Couple crime investigation team working together to solve mind-bending crimes.

2. I'm continuing to rotate DOCTOR SLUMP, SECRET INSPECTOR & JOY, and BLACK for my lunchtime viewing.

OTHER WATCHES

1. Just finished watching the K-Horror movie THE CAT starring Park Min-Young. It's pretty good.

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I love Ncuti Gatwa so much, but I was a bit underwhelmed with the plot and the muppet figures, TBH.
Still, if we will get more seasons, I hope for Ncuti (in my head, it becomes I high-pitched "nnnnnn!!!" followed by "Cutie!!!", but that's not how it's really pronounced) (and I know that is too many exclamation signs but I am trying to express a fangirl who is sublimizing a shout into a muted squeal) ... but uhm, I hope for Ncuti to get in some more interesting troubles and make it out again. He is lovely, and the energy and ease he physically displays fits so well with his generous smile.
PS: His name is really pronounced "shooty", I wonder when someone decided to put an "N" in the spelling, and why.
I also wonder if his nickname will be "Who-ty Shooty Cutie from now on?

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When I said I hope for Ncuti to get into troubles, I mean "in his role as Dr. Who". For the actor I wish nothing but easy sailing.

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Your mention of Black reminds me that it's been a few years since the writer's last drama (Mouse). She jerks you around with her twists, but I love it.

I wish Disney got the past few series of Doctor Who too. I'm about a series and a half behind.

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Brain Works is one of my most favorite shows🤩

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@midnight It is AWESOME!

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🤩🤩

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How are u liking secret inspector and joy ? I am thinking of starting it

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It's very entertaining and funny but I think I'm in one of those phases where I can only take fusion sageuk like this in small doses.

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Crash (11-12): Another two great episodes, with a satisfying conclusion as well. I'll miss this team. Wouldn't say no to a season 2 though.

Dreaming of a Freaking Fairytale (7-8): It's not exactly original, but it has it's heart in the right place, and this week feautured a rap proposal, so I have absolutely no reason to complain.

Midnight Romance in Hagwon (11-12): I have issues with how the aftermath of the big conclict was handled, but hopefully the drama gets back on track for the last 4 episodes. And if it doesn't, at least the second romance never fails to put a smile on my face.

My Perfect Stranger (3-6): I do hope our leads start communicating better and stop keeping secrets from this point onward, because while I for the most part understand why they did that, it was getting pretty frustrating.

Hospital Playlist (6): It might take me a while, but I will finish this drama. But in all seriousness, I do really like it, it's just that I don't think it's a very bingeable drama, which makes it harder to keep up with. Think this episode was my favorite so far in terms of the friendship between our characters., and I love how they supported Song-hwa.

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WATCHING
The Double c-drama eps 15-20
Ridiculously entertaining. The chemistry-fueled interactions in this slow burn romance are so fun to watch. The rest of the ensemble cast is terrific. Youku has been very generous with BTS clips and interviews. I've lost count of how many I've watched, even though most aren't subtitled 🙃

That Pink Show
I'm completely smitten with this drama 🩷 It has such an easy style, so I'm hoping that the dramatic elements will be low key and not overwhelm the sweet vibe. Love love love the leads. They'd better end up with oodles of kids (somehow).

Dreaming of a Freaking Fairy Tale
Still fresh and funny. I love all the characters, the narrator, and the funky sets and costumes. I've got fingers and toes crossed that it glides right into a perfect ending.

COMPLETED
Missing Crown Prince
An unusual sageuk with many fine points, but an unfortunately weak ending courtesy of poor screenwriting. Disappointing.

Fake It Til You Make It c-drama
A gem of a modern romance. Lots of great conversations and complex characters. The jazz lounge/French cafe soundtrack mix is the cherry on top. Highly recommended.

Have a great week beanies! 🌞

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The Double and the Pink Show!!! ♥️♥️♥️ Both are SO MUCH FUN right now. Really looking forward to starting Fairytale soon!

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You're going to love Fairytale! 🤗

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‘The jazz lounge/French cafe soundtrack mix is the cherry on top.’👈🏾 it really did add something special to the watching experience.

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I'm still in love with all the songs in Fake It till you make it. One of the best selection of songs ever.

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They are still on my playlist.
It's so difficult to find a drama with a similar musical ambiance.

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I doubt there is another show with that kind of a soundtrack. There might be one that has one similar sounding track but this was a standout cohesive OST which is very unusual.

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i first discovered the ML actor for The Double, Wang Xing Yue, in the costume (and VERY loosely historical) C-drama, One and Only, and he’s been on my radar since. He’s definitely a really talented up-and-coming actor to look out for!!

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I noticed him in Amidst a Snowstorm of Love earlier this year. He's really quite good and I was taken aback by how young he is. I really thought he was 10 years older the way he carries himself. Although his youth does show in the BTS videos, haha!

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I am looking for another drama with similar music than Fake it till you make it. Do you think of one ?

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I'm not aware of one either k- or c-drama. It's quite unusual to use this style of music in Asian dramas, but it worked so well with this one!

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Thanks, I will push it up on my watchlist.

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I am reducing my drama time and time on internet. Only watching 3 shows now. And probably won’t start many new shows unless it’s really compelling.
Crash - completed. Enjoyed our cop gang. Don’t mind a season 2.
Mobster - Has all my heart. 🥰🥰
Connection- Love the show. A very tight thriller and makes me look forward to new episodes each week.
Freaking fairy - Easy fun watch. The leads are great. Need more kiss scenes because they are so good at it.

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You are a true fan when you cut back to just three dramas. 😀 Only other Beanies will understand the restraint, but will also say, good luck! Fighting.

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And here I thought I was making some drastic moves 😇😂

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