Ah. I really loved this drama. The story is not the most unique. There are quite a few dramas out there with the whole marriage contract going on, but despite that I highly enjoyed watching Lie To Me. There are some seriously funny moments as well as those heartfelt moments as well. What I really liked about Lie To Me is the fact that it stayed away from the cliches, ex-girlfriend, and the mom...you know what I mean. There was, of course, an ex-girlfriend, and a mom-like-figure, not the mom, who were all "blah blah" and had their panties in a twist, but their roles weren't carried out like they would have been in a typical rom-com. I loved the acting in this drama. The actors
- Overall 9
- Story 8
- Acting/Cast 7
- Music 10
- Rewatch Value 6
didn't do some high-end superb job, but they did really great for their roles. The one character I could not stand was Hyun Ki Joon. When he first appeared on screen I expected, just from his presence on screen, for him to have this manly voice...boy was I wrong. I never expected to hear this high, nasally voice. I wanted to drop the drama right there, because I couldn't stand his voice, but decided to hold out. I never got used to his voice, but it became quite fun to imitate during those repetitive moments during an episode. I've probably said "animida" in a nasally voice a hundred times since watching this drama. I really loved the music. It was so sweet, and the songs and voices were really soothing, not in a new wavish way though, don't worry. I'm not sure about rewatching, but I'll probably end up buying this drama on dvd. I'm serious. I really loved this drama. Overall, I give it a 9. I didn't like the nasally voice, blah, and the story isn't overly original, but nonetheless, this drama was awesome.
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