• 56 minutes ago 16 of 16 episodes seen 0 of 0 people found this review helpful
    • Overall  10
    • Story  10
    • Acting/Cast  10
    • Music  8
    • Rewatch Value  10
    This drama has crested the heights of the genre. I was engrossed right up until the very last frame. It's hard to monopolize my attention span; but, this k-drama did. Aside from having one of my favorite actresses in the lead role, the little Girl who played Sujin stole every scene was in; or even mentioned in. Breaking my 'one shot' rule, I'll definitely watch this one again (and again). Superb! Bravo! Encore...
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  • 5 hours ago 16 of 16 episodes seen 3 of 3 people found this review helpful
    • Overall  8
    • Story  8
    • Acting/Cast  8
    • Music  9
    • Rewatch Value  8
    Started watching this because of eat your kimchi's black day livechat and I got hooked so much so that I pulled an allnighter to complete it. It was so adorable and everyone was quite likable and realistic. The food shots were soo well done but I only wish those scenes were a bit shorter because I can only watch someone eat and have orgasms over food for so long (I skipped over a lot of those scenes). One thing I will say was I didn't think this show was going to be so dramatic and creepy i thought it was going to be an easygoing drama but I thoroughly enjoyed it for what it was

    NOTE: music selection was awesome!
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  • 12 hours ago 10 of 10 episodes seen 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    • Overall  8
    • Story  8
    • Acting/Cast  9
    • Music  10
    • Rewatch Value  9
    My Boss, My Hero was very enjoyable.

    I actually just finished it, and I can say that if ur in need of a laugh, this is the drama for u. From the very first episode (which I think is the funniest), this drama will force u into fits of laughter tht u'll need to pause it just to catch ur breath. Seriously, I started watching this last night, and I was laughing so much tht I was literally crying. Nagase Tomoya is hysterical. I did start watching the drama for him, and I'm glad I did.

    Other than the hilarity of it all, My Boss, My Hero is a decent story overall. It won't leave you frustrated, and the ending wraps up nicely. It's the story
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  • 12 hours ago 16 of 16 episodes seen 2 of 2 people found this review helpful
    • Overall  7
    • Story  7
    • Acting/Cast  8
    • Music  7
    • Rewatch Value  7
    Just right on the episodes, thank goodness! This drama followed the footsteps of fantasy /rom of MS yet with a more backstories & younger actors. The chemistry between leads was heartfelt (often missed in kdrama land). The lead female did well portraying two personalities on screen effectively. While the male lead was just cute to watch growing up. The side stories sometimes were like gnats flying around fruit yet they filled space & storyline. The last two eps felt rushed with a glut of explaining the real purpose of the 100 yr love, and curse of destiny. Lots of holes in the story yet we got a nice soft landing on this drama. This was easy to watch & re-watch if you keep your expectations in read more
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  • 15 hours ago 24 of 24 episodes seen 3 of 3 people found this review helpful
    • Overall  7
    • Story  7
    • Acting/Cast  8
    • Music  7
    • Rewatch Value  6
    Lee Byung Hun is the main attraction here and the reason I watched this. He is wonderful at romance with his little nuances, gestures, and looks. In my opinion he is the best looking Korean actor, so it's hard not to enjoy him in this romance. There are some wonderful, passionate moments, but at other times, the love scenes are laughingly corny.

    The story starts with a murder and a dysfunctional family including 2 stepbrothers in love with the same woman. It moves along at an interesting pace until about the last quarter where it turns into a weepy melodrama and screeches to an agonizing halt for about 5 episodes more.

    Choi Ji Woo is undoubtedly beautiful, but here she is robotic. A decade ago she
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  • 17 hours ago 16 of 16 episodes seen 6 of 6 people found this review helpful
    • Overall  8
    • Story  9
    • Acting/Cast  9
    • Music  9
    • Rewatch Value  7
    Just finished the drama and all I can say is a really good story plot and a perfect ending. How do I define perfect ending? An ending in which all the threads are untied without any knots left hanging - all the mysteries in this story plot were unfolded perfectly.
    I was actually impressed by Hongki's acting from the start till the end of the drama. Usually I do not have high expectations on dramas in which kpop idols are involved in the main casts. However, Lee Hongki showed me his impressive acting which made me awed.
    Yang Jin Sung also awed me with her acting skills because she could actually show her emotions very well. Acting two totally different characters at a time is really
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  • 18 hours ago 21 of 21 episodes seen 4 of 4 people found this review helpful
    • Overall  8
    • Story  9
    • Acting/Cast  9
    • Music  8
    • Rewatch Value  8
    At first I was planning to watch Emergency Couple only for the leads. In fact, I've had a soft spot for Choi Jin Hyuk since discovering him in I Need Romance and I wanted to see Song Jo Hyo play a happy/funny character. Plus no one can deny they do have some awesome chemistry together. And thankfully the drama didn't let me down. The two actors were great and the development/rediscovering of their love was perfectly handled when it could have been a total nonsensical mess.

    Surprisingly, what I really cared about the most wasn't the main couple but EVERYONE. All the characters were important in my eyes *whispers* especially Kim Min Ki. That drama is more than "and they rekindled their romance". It's about accepting
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  • 22 hours ago 16 of 16 episodes seen 6 of 7 people found this review helpful
    • Overall  9
    • Story  9
    • Acting/Cast  9
    • Music  8
    • Rewatch Value  9
    I started this drama for fun. Eight episodes had already aired so I had a little to catch up on. I waited for the episodes every weekend, and was rarely disappointed after I watched them. You ask why? This drama had the nice ability of having a lot of plot twists. Interesting plot twists. I was wondering during every episode. The narration moments could appear predictable, but when you least expected it, the result surprised you. Of course there were few things I had imagined would happen and they did, but over all it was like that.

    The execution of the story wouldn't have been possible if there wasn't a good acting behind it. I appreciated Yan Jin Sung's portrayal of her characters. She made you
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  • 1 day ago 50 of 50 episodes seen 2 of 2 people found this review helpful
    • Overall  9
    • Story  10
    • Acting/Cast  8
    • Music  7
    • Rewatch Value  8
    I am not the type that writes reviews, but since there were none by the time I finished all the episodes, I felt I must since I really want more people watching this drama.

    For the most part this is an historical drama, but don't let that throw you off. It makes valuable history enjoyable to watch. I have seen multiple shows with similar plot revolving around Japan entering the Meiji era, but none as detailed as this show was, "as expected of 50 episodes."
    If you are interested in a great drama that will entertain you with historical Japanese stories this is the show for you.

    Sorry for not being able to express my thoughts of the drama properly. But what I suggest is watching
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  • 1 day ago 12 of 12 episodes seen 4 of 4 people found this review helpful
    • Overall  7
    • Story  6
    • Acting/Cast  8
    • Music  7
    • Rewatch Value  2
    What do you get when you cross a medical drama with a zombie flick? Something a lot like The End of the World, a show whose dark, twisted DNA owes more than a little to the horror genre. Speaking of dark, twisted DNA, the show revolves around a virus that not only kills its victims, but has the nasty side effect of making them want to kill others. This would be grim enough, but the show also goes a step further, suggesting that the virus is merely a particularly gruesome manifestation of the vindictive self-centeredness lurking in all of us. The infected folks do nasty things, but the uninfected folks are often just as bad, with the show trotting out an alarming line-up of cowardly bureaucrats, read more
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