I was bored one day and started making a list of dramas to watch on summer and well, Two Weeks definitely made it as soon as I read it had action (yes, I'm an action lover). Anyways, one day, after being emotionally ruined by You're All Surrounded, to clear my mind and ease myself I decided to start watching Two Weeks. Jesus Christ! What took me so long to actually start watching read morethis drama? I should have started it when I found it! Such an amazing drama, I totally recommend it to you all. The story, God, the story. The way it starts and develops oh God, everything about this drama it's amazing; the story, the cast, the acting, E V E R Y T H I N G! Don't think about it and give it a try! So worth watching & I'm totally thinking of RE-WATCHING IT! Oh God, the characters and their own background story is amazing, totally loved it. Amazing and heart warming, that's all I have to say about this drama. If you're an action lover, don't think twice about watching this one and just watch it!
The first thing you should know about Two Weeks before you watch it is this :
There is 0 romance in this drama. So if you're at the moment looking for romance, I suggest you look elsewhere because this drama doesn't have that ok. Ok?
Now, the second thing you should know is that I actually surprisingly did not go into this drama as a fan of Lee Jun Ki. I know read moreshocking. So everything that I say here is not me being biased it is me being pleasantly surprised.
Ok, now to the review:
The story- the story was like a roller coaster ride. You never knew what would happen next. You were kept on the edge of your seat till the very end. Even when it seemed like everything was ok, you would still wonder if someone was going to pop out of nowhere and ruin everything.
The Acting- Perfect. As I said above, I did not go into this drama as a fan of Lee Jun Ki, but I sure did come out as a fan. The emotions in the drama felt raw and real. Every cast member played their role perfectly and when I say perfectly, I mean as though the character felt real.
Even with the villains, there were times when I could understand why they did what they did which is unusual for a Korean drama. Usually you hate the villains, but for some reason, there where a few evil characters which I just couldn't get myself to hate. Such as "Glue Stick" who you will find out about later..
Music- The music just fit with the drama. It matched well with all the action scenes and the adorable scenes with his daughter.
Re-watch-Would I re-watch this drama? I think that I would maybe later. It's hard to forget this drama so I would wait a little while.
Overall- I found this drama quite enjoyable. I would recommend this drama to anyone who likes suspense, thrillers filled with action or if your a fan of Lee Jun Ki.
I'm not saying this drama is for everyone but I would say if you liked "City Hunter" or "The time between dog and wolf". I would say watch this drama! You will enjoy it!!
Both are intense conspiracy dramas. Three days is not exactly like Two weeks, because the journeys the protagonists are going through. But, both have a lot of heart in midst of desperation. While, the chips are down both heroes look for inspiration in people they care for and keep pushing through. The pace and the feel is very similar in both the dramas and both have pretty tight scripts.
Similar in the fact that both main leads are framed for murder (in place of something else) and that they try their best to escape and survive their predicaments in order to save/revenge their family. Who they are and are not able to trust plays a big role in their survival.
Just finished the drama, I am half satisfied with the ending. I'm glad Taesan and Inhye didn't get back together just because of a misunderstanding. But because it was all in the past I think it would be a very awkward if they were to get back together like nothing happened. However Taesan is the dad so he has the right to visit his child. At the end I was kind of confused if Inhye was together with Detective Im. Please explain. SooJin is lterally the best child actress, for a 8 year old she did pretty well. She also carried out more emotions than many other actresses. I can't wait to see her more in other dramas.
Ready your heart, folks, you’ll get the ever-infuriating drama of your life. How can the police be so stubbornly stupid? You’ll doubt every so-called criminal in this society and ask, “With all these evidence present, did he really do it?”
I was moved and toyed with throughout the first ten episodes—suspense, thrill and emotions overflowing. I could say that brains and devotion were obviously poured into this drama.
Then from 11th to the final episode, they began running around in circles, making me dizzy watching them. It seemed that the staff got overexcited and thoughtlessly spilled everything; thus, they were drained of ideas to fill the remaining episodes. Another turn-off was that they cut off highpoints and climaxes only to reveal them through flashbacks; as a result, it lessened the impact.
Overall, I appreciated the wild ride so I gave it 8/10.
Great drama, started excellent, but the final 5 episodes became hard to watch. No idea why Korean dramas always have 16 episodes or more. 12 episodes for this drama would have made it a perfect drama. 7 out of 10 for me. If you like action/suspense/thrillers do watch it, but maybe not marathon it? Just watch 2 or 4 episodes every week.
it's my first drama of Lee Joon Gi that I'm disappointed of the ending for me it was a waste of time, I finish the serie hoping that would be a good ending because (I'm fan of Lee Joon Gi and always in his dramas there are an happy or good ending)
Agree. It was a open ending. Did she continue the relationship with the detective. Outwardly Det. Im happily sent off Soo Jin to her dad but I sensed sadness there. I get that Tae San will be coming to see his daughter every now and then. It seems like Tae San and In Hye are not going to renew their relationship. This was a exciting but predictable drama. Little Soo Jin stole this drama. She is a brilliant actress.
I understood it as that she and Tae San did get back together, but Before they become a family Tae San needs some time to Think things through or so.
I also feel a bt torn about her realationhip with the detective. They were cute together, and it's sad nd weird that it all ended like that. At the same time, they idn't eem to have broken up either, but he did speak in that kind of way "you, tae san and soo jin" ....why didn't he Count himself in if he wanted to be a part of the family?
I Think realistically,she should stay with the detective, I mean he is her fiancee. Just because Tae San came back and is innocent and stuff doesn't mean that things should go back to how they were. People have moved on, he ill still forever be Soo Jin's dad. But yeah, I also found it a bit weird and too "open" for it to be considered a good ending :s still the drama got a 9.5/10.
This drama was so predictable. It suppose to be a thriller but honestly it was boring. This is only my opinion so whoever reads it don't give upon this drama because you might like it, but for me it was a waste of my time. The only reason I finished it because I like Kim So Yeon and Lee Joon Gi.