They stand there, immobilized, for a good minute before the last of the thugs trickle out. I think this romcom delivers cliches evil cousin, dad's dept etc. A ballad for what looks like traditional dance? Nice to see some characters that I've liked from other dramas the older actors. The main actor was at times fading in and out like a diabetic, more concerned about posture and attire than getting the job done. Count me among those not too taken with this drama.
But his character's personality changes so suddenly, it feels like being slapped by a dead fish. I think this also explains why the 3 men are not too bright -- if they were good mobsters, they probably would have moved on to follow another gangster, instead of sticking around Sora and her dad. He compliments her on how pretty she looks and Se-na is simply overjoyed that he made it. Thanks for your opinion - I appreciate it! I was surprised that the wedding actually happened; I kept expecting something to interrupt it. You also can download movie, subtitles to your pc to watch offline. Might be best to give it up.
Looks is the easiest to discern. There are so many comments about the actress but she did a good job playing the role. Every drama will have its flaws and its strong points and I'm willing to be more forgiving for a summer rom-com. Thanks for the recap, but I have to disagree with you in the main points: This show doesn't deliver a good story neither does it have good acting except the main male lead. Looks is the minimum requirement. No subtlety at all, all we got was some random clichéd scenes thrown together and resulting into something I can't really describe. I'll keep watching for sure.
And the second episode was just as fun as the first. Anyway, purity and innocence are myths in this world: All is in shades of grey. Gong Hyo Jin and Kim Myung Min is the good example for their good acting. It sort of pained me to watch him deliver so many silly lines when I'd seen him do dramas and movies that are of higher quality. Hi gummimochi, thank you for your recap. However that might have exposed the banal storyline.
. However, I love the mob family, and I like So Ra so far. Having your second-in-command swoop in and take over your corporation is no small thing. Sasaki Sachiko works as a literary magazine editor. I found it to be an enjoyable humorous episode that I didn't have to think too hard about, and could easily skip the parts I find boring. Of those who went there, none has came back alive.
I thought it would be nice to see how everything will play out between the characters. There's something very old school about it, even the way it's shot. I'll have to see whether I grow tired of the humour in the following episodes or not. The crowd boos and she gets food thrown out her on stage. I do think the heroine's Busan saturi is a little awkward, and she overacts a little, but on the other hand I really like her character - she's the uncle's princess and she rules the roost, but she pitches and isn't afraid to get her hands dirty.
Although this drama had received some negative comments from the viewers, I think otherwise. Quite frankly it seems pretty low of our hero to marry some woman who he doesn't seem to love and ignore her. Not only is she disbarred and her lawyer license revoke but she also has to serve time in prison. It was a light hearted drama, funny and full of warmth. And I feel for the veteran actors whose talent and experience could not have saved this doggie-poo-poo of a production. The porn track was just extra hilarity. Seems light, cute, and full of eye candy yes, I'm looking at you, Kim Kang Woo and Ryu Seok Won.
I mean, he's happy that his wife has to have surgery and he won't have to go on a honeymoon? He meets revered master Xie Yi, who imparts to him the magical arts of Yan, and thus begins his journey of cultivation. I've always been a sucker for amnesia stories, ever since Winter Sonata, Save the Last Dance for Me, and Prince Turns into Frog. Then their comedic chemistry started to show. The way these characters are playing out thus far is very j-drama like. I wasn't enamored with the first episode but things picked up when the two leads finally met. Not saying there is anything wrong about plastic surgery.
I hope her character is not an evil one. Soon the crowd starts shouting for her to take it all off and she protests. This looks bright, engaging and funny - looking forward to your future recaps, gummimochi! Looking forward to more scenes with the two of them. So far she seems quite lovely and they have a very affable relationship so it provides a more interesting conflict for our lead man. We catch up with Tae-sung who finally gets dressed.
I like neither sleazy nor cheesy, so the posters turn me off. Sachiko decides to go to a restaurant. Still, this was never going to be one of my more anticipated dramas so maybe the lack of urgency is fine. O if the plot were good i would stay on board. He runs off, leaving Joo-hee more confused than ever. Maybe my opinion will change.