Ji Chang Wook in upcoming new drama ‘Watch out for This Woman’

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Ji Chang Wook in a New drama

Ji Chang Wook in a new Rom-com drama? Did I hear that right? Well, my dreams don’t usually come true, but this is one hell of an exception! 😀 

Recently, a source from SBS has stated that Ji Chang Wook is going to appear in an upcoming Romantic Comedy drama named ‘Watch out for this Woman’.”  Lee Sun Kyung was offered this role, however, she has declined it.  😦

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Kdrama Review – I Can Hear Your Voice

I Hear Your Voice – Review

Drama – I Can Hear Your Voice / I hear your voice
Starring – Lee Bo-Young, Lee Jong-Suk , Yoon Sang-Hyun.
Genre – Drama, Romance, Comedy, Tragedy, Angst.
Episodes – 18
Status – Complete
IMDB Rating – 8.4/10

Summary – After overcoming poverty and a difficult childhood, Jang Hye-sung (Lee Bo-young) becomes a lawyer, specifically a public defender, but she is pragmatic, self-preserving and jaded. Her life changes when she encounters Park Soo-ha (Lee Jong-suk), a high school senior with the supernatural ability to read other people’s thoughts by looking into their eyes, and cop-turned-lawyer Cha Gwan-woo (Yoon Sang-hyun) who is cheerful and idealistic, though a bit of a dork. Soo-ha gained his mind-reading ability after witnessing his father getting murdered ten years previously. His father’s death had initially been dismissed as a car accident until Hye-sung, then a high school girl (Kim So-hyun), gave decisive testimony in court despite the killer’s threats (Jung Woong-in), and Soo-ha has been searching for her ever since. As Hye-sung works with Soo-ha and Gwan-woo, she gradually lets go of her pursuit of money and glory. Together, this unlikely team use unconventional methods on their cases, proving that while sometimes justice is blind to a fault, she can still hear your voice. *Source Wikipedia

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My thoughts on Splash Splash Love

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Name – Splash Splash Love
Genre – Romance, Fantasy, History

Episodes – 2 (10 short episodes)
Status – Complete
IMDB rating – 8.6/10

Story – Dan-Bi (Kim Seul-Gi) is a senior high school student. She has a special ability which allows her to transport to anywhere on rainy days. For her university entrance exam, Dan-Bi can’t deal with the pressure and runs off to a playground. Without knowing why, she goes into a puddle and finds herself transported to the Joseon period. There, she meets Lee Do (Yoon Doo-Joon). He is a young King of the Joseon period. Lee Do is in a difficult situation due to droughts and the spread of an epidemic. *Source asianwiki

My thoughts – The drama was downright enjoyable. It was only 2 episodes long but it managed to capture all the positive aspects. I used to avoid historical dramas cause I had this feeling that they tend to be somewhat boring. How wrong I was! The fusion of history and present life was thoroughly fun to watch and the romance between a high school girl and a king was like the cherry on top. 🙂 Starting from the very first moment the drama managed to get me hooked and the enjoyment remained till the last moment of the show. 

Yoon Do-joon and Kim Seul-gi were the perfect casts for the characters. Their chemistry, comedic performance and acting made the show worth watching multiple times. Kim Seul Gi gave life to the character ‘Dan bi‘, who was a funny & quirky high school girl burdened with pressure from studies. She had the potential within, but was not confident enough regarding her entrance exam which made her want to disappear to a distant land. Which is what happened, and we got to see our King Yoon Do joon. He was charming, caring and funny as well. I enjoyed every screen time of the main leads. Their connection was pure and heartfelt. Whether it was doing maths together or hugging, they looked adorable in everything. 🙂

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Kill Me Heal Me Quotes

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Some of my favorite quotes from the K-drama ‘Kill Me Heal Me’.
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#Remember, January 7th, 2015 at 10 o’clock on the dot … the time I fell for you!” – Shin Se Gi (Episode 1)

# “If you live while separating yourself into different people, is it fun?” – Oh Ri Jin
“Rather than saying it’s fun, it’s a way to save yourself from this cruel world. It could be the heart’s strategy. It is something like that.” – Oh Ri On (Episode 2)

# “The more a person has dark ambitions, he hides his true self.” (Episode 2)

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#I, who have this face and the look in my eyes, I’m Cha Do Hyun.” – Cha Do Hyun (Episode 4)

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Kill Me Heal Me – Review

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Drama – Kill Me Heal Me
Genre – Romance, Comedy, Drama, Tragedy
Episodes – 20
Status – Complete
Rating – 8.6 (IMDB)

Story – A romantic comedy between a third-generation billionaire with Dissociative Identity Disorder and a first-year Psychiatrist resident who treats him secretly. After a traumatic experience in his childhood, Cha Do Hyun suffers memory lapses and his personality then fractured into seven different identities. He tries to regain control over his life with the help of Oh Ri Jin, a first-year psychiatric resident who treats him secretly. But Ri Jin’s twin brother, Oh Ri On, is a famous mystery novelist who investigates about Do Hyun and his family. *Source Dramawiki


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My thoughts –

‘Kill Me Heal Me’ was undoubtedly one of the best dramas of this season. It’s awesome from almost every angle. The drama itself was a complete package of romance, humor, tragedy, excitement & suspense. The plot was unique, well-written & wonderfully executed. The consistency it maintained throughout the last episodes was worth complimenting. Even though the story was a little stretched somewhere at the end, yet the last few episodes were no less exciting than the first ones. That’s what makes the drama worth watching several times. Continue reading “Kill Me Heal Me – Review”

Boys Over Flowers – Manga, Anime & Drama

   ‘Boys Over Flowers’

Boys Over Flower (Hana Yori Dango ) is the most popular name in the  shoujo manga/drama industry. It’s the best-selling shoujo manga in Japan of all time, having sold 54 million copies as of 2005. The Manga got adopted into an Anime in 1997.  Hana Yori Dango had been adapted into several live-television dramas as well.

  • 2001 – Meteor Garden (Taiwan)
  • 2002 – Meteor Garden II  (Taiwan)
  • 2005 – Hana Yori Dango  (Japan)
  • 2007 – Hana Yori Dango Returns (Japan)
  • 2009 – Boys Over Flowers (South Korea)

Meteor Garden was hugely successful and set Asian drama phenomenon in the country at that time. The japanes drama was a succesful one as well. The Korean version of ‘Boys Over Flowers’ was a bumper hit. It created another Korean wave throughout Asia. The cast members became household names and shot to stardom overnight. *Source  – Wikipedia

I started watching the Korean drama first and I got addicted. 😛 Afterwards I watched the Anime, and then ended up reading the Manga as well. So I’ll just share my opinions on the different versions of ‘Boys Over Flowers’ here in this article. 🙂

Korean Drama – 
Genre – Comedy, Romance, Drama, School Life, Shoujo, Slice Of Life
Episodes – 25
Status – Completed

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Pinocchio – Short Review

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Drama – Pinocchio
Genre – Romance, Drama
Episodes – 20
Airing Time – November 12, 2014 – January 15, 2015
Rating – 8.7 (IMDB)

Summary Of Story –  The story starts with a fire incident and all the firemen who entered the building in the blaze were killed by the fire. The fire incident news report was focused on the story of Kim Ha Myung’s father, chief of the fire brigade sent his men in the blaze and caused them all to die and then he fled the scene as an error of his misjudgement as reported by the news reporter, Song Cha Ok. This caused a chaotic situation for Ha Myung’s family and end up causing his mother to commit suicide with him and his brother ends up in jail over night due to Song Cha Ok’s untruth story. However, the led to Ha Myung growing up with hatred for reporters especially Cha Ok. Fatefully, as he is growing up he meets with Cha Ok’s ex-husband and daughter, Choi In Ha and takes on a new identity as Choi Dal Po. In Ha is someone with Pinocchio Syndrome hence she cannot lie.
The story is about how important news reporting the truth. It revolves about how life’s at stakes if lies are reported as news. *Source dramawiki

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My Thoughts- 

The show was unique and exciting. It had drama, romance, emotion, mystery, action, suspense and everything else that anyone would look for in a drama. The story was well handled, there wasn’t too much unnecessary angst or forced romantic scenes. Everything just fell into pieces as the stories progressed. It didn’t just focus on the leading couples and their romances, it explored lots of other issues which made the drama different from what we get to see these days.

Pinocchio Cute momentAccording to me the romance part was just perfect and beautifully executed. It was pure and soothing with lots of emotional and ‘aww’ moments. Some scenes were soo cute that I watched them over and over again. Lee Jong Suk is like the king of Romance. He can execute the romantic scenes soo perfectly that you’ll fall in love with him in an instant. While watching the drama the chemistry between him & Park Shin just melted my heart.

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Loved the character buildup. Not only the main leads, but other minor characters were portrayed nicely as well. Beside Ki Ha-myung’s character, one thing that I personally loved was how they portrayed the character of Choi In ha. She was a strong character as a female lead, she was tough & confident, definitely not a damsel in a distress. And I also just looved cute Yoon Yoo-rae (Kim Young Kwang). All of their acting was superb as well.

OST was mind blowing. Pinocchio Ost 2 ‘First Love’ sung by ‘Roy Kim’ is my current fav right now. I just cant stop listening to this song. 😛 Fell in looove with Roy Kim after listening to this song. He has such a nice voice omg!! ❤ And the opening song ‘Non-Fiction’ is my another fav. ❤

Story – 8.5/10.
Enjoyment – 9/10
Characters – 8.5/10
OST – 8.5/10

Overall – 8.5 out of 10 From Me!! 😀

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