Birth of a Beauty
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5 hours ago
5 hours ago
  • Overall 7.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 6.5
  • Music 3.5
  • Rewatch Value 1.0
It's obvious that they tried to make many parts comedic, but those seemed flat and the silence from within me left me with a feeling of awkwardness trying to find the right moments to laugh but never finding a reason to do so. The romantic moments were cliche once again with long periods of staring; I have to admit that the back hug was kind of cute in this one though. The read more most romantic parts seemed to be between Min Hyuk and Sara, which sort of gave a Richard Gere/ Pretty Woman feel. Judging by the poster where he's not even included, I don't think that this was what was intended. I continued to watch the show, however, because of the popularity of this show until episode 6 where I found a new reason to watch. This show may not have comedy or romance despite being a romantic comedy, but it has the best grudges, characters full of hatred, and a strong sense of revenge; many times I thought this could fit into the thriller genre. The power struggle is entertaining to watch and leaves you wondering who will come out on top, hoping it's not Tae Hee's judgmental and unapologetic grandmother.

As a side note, and I usually don't mention this because I'm not a very fashion-conscious person, but I thought the clothing looked outdated and they have a good looking cast but the hair stylist put too much product in Wang Ji Hye's hair to the point that it looked oily and they could've done more to Han Ye Seul's hair to make it shine or look glamorous since she's the birth of a beauty (Pinocchio had a good hairstylist).

I don't even know where to start with the acting. Joo Sang Wook seemed like a good actor and sometimes his actions reminded me of So Ji Sub in Master's Sun. I think he would've acted better though if he played this role alongside a different actress such as Gong Hyo Jin because while Han Ye Seul is beautiful, her acting skills weren't too believable to me many times, especially when she tried to act cute, innocent, or does what I consider a fake laugh. To her defense, it's hard to be cute and pretty. When she tried to act innocent though, she seemed to just open her eyes wide and stare blankly, and instead of the simple-minded cute that I think she was trying to go for, it came off as a little dim-witted. A weird thing is that unlike many actors who can play cute but not serious parts, her crying was actually okay; if they added fake tears and an eye irritant to make her eyes a little pink then her crying facial expressions would seem realistic I think. Because of her narrow range of emotions, I'm a little hesitant to watch Couple or Trouble now which was supposed to show that her acting skills improved, but seems iffy to me since she should be more experienced in this drama that's filmed eight years after the praise she got for that one. Wang Ji Hye and Jung Gyu Woon's jealousy and apparent desire for revenge are a major part of what made this so interesting to watch, but while I was a big fan of Wang Ji Hye from Protect the Boss, I noticed that she has a weird look that she overuses sometimes - I still think her hissy fits were entertaining though. Jung Gyu Woon played crazy quite awesomely and reminded me a lot of Light Yagami from the anime, Death Note. Lastly, I'd like to mention Han Sang Jin. Even though Joo Sang Wook is handsome and a good actor, he had the same problem that Ji Sung had in Kill Me Heal Me- despite cute or romantic lines he's fed and facial expressions to match, he didn't have that quality about him that makes you hug your pillow really tight and hold your breath while your heart is beating in suspense for the next moment on screen. Surprisingly I did feel a little bit of this when Han Sang Jin was on screen, and maybe if he was younger or didn't look his age I would be squealing over him right now. He played both the few romantic parts he had and a villain quite well; I think his innocent-looking face made him that much scarier.

As for the music, I'm pretty sure I've heard Lee Hyori sing the "I'm a Beautiful Girl" song on Family Outing before even though it didn't come out yet; it sounds just like it though. Other than that, the music didn't seem memorable and I don't really rewatch shows.

I'd recommend this show if you like dramas, because there's a lot of entertaining scheming and plotting with alliances formed almost every which way, but don't mind the female lead's acting and that it's not really romantic or comedic despite being a romcom.
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Ashita, Mama ga Inai
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9 hours ago
9 hours ago
  • Overall 4.5
  • Story 5.5
  • Acting/Cast 7.5
  • Music 6.0
  • Rewatch Value 2.0
Esperaba un poco más de esta serie. La premisa me interesaba, el dramatismo es mi género favorito, pero para mi interpretación, la obra se quedó a mitad de camino por decisiones mal tomadas. Hay una notoria falta de resolución de parte de los guionistas o directores al no saber cómo enfrentar la trama desde el punto de vista de niñas que no superan los 8 años. Por esa razón, decidieron que la read more protagonista se comportara prácticamente como una adulta, restándole de esta manera fuerza y credibilidad al personaje. Las niñas no actúan mal, al contrario, pero sus papeles no son correctos y no relejan lo que podría ser una chica de 8 años que fue abandonada por sus padres o que los haya perdido. El resto de los personajes son trillados y hacen parecer que uno está viendo un anime en lugar de una serie live action.
Me pareció un desperdicio que Suzuku Rio haya participado tan poco por capítulo. Si ven el dorama Woman podrán ver realmente de lo que es capaz esa niña. Y ahí los autores supieron darle realismo.
En sintesis. Puede entretener y conmover, pero a mi parecer no es una obra bien lograda.
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Koizora: The Movie
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15 hours ago
15 hours ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 9.5
After all this time I'm still struck at how amazing this movie is! I loved the movie so much I read an online fan translation of the novel by Mika and when I went to Japan I purchased the books in Japanese as there isn't an official English translation, to motivate me to learn Japanese so that I can read the the story that captivated me from minute one.

The movie is read more truly an emotional roller coaster that will have you smile one moment, want to scream at the screen the next and finally get the grip of everything that happened to lead to that key moment when you understand the true meaning of love.

I loved Haruma Miura as Hiro. He's an amazing actor and what he did in Koizora was take his acting skills to an entire different level as he embodied the soul and the energy of the character he performed. I loved the photography, the scenery so much I would have visited the filming location had it been closer to Tokyo. One day I still hope to visit it!

It is my favorite Asian movie of all time and one whose story I carry deep in my heart!
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Athena: Goddess of War
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17 hours ago
17 hours ago
  • Overall 7.5
  • Story 7.5
  • Acting/Cast 7.5
  • Music 8.5
  • Rewatch Value 3.5
Couldn't stand the randomness of this drama!!!
There's a story but it's not well done because it focuses on action in a good way but suddenly a romance stuff get in between which is badly done ruins every thing.
Can't explain exactly why but this drama made me disconnected many times.
Action scenes are so good...it's sad that the scenario was bad.

If you watched IRIS and wanted something like it Athena read more is not comparable IRIS is way better.
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Utahime
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17 hours ago
17 hours ago
  • Overall 7.5
  • Story 8.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 7.5
  • Rewatch Value 6.5
Utahime frustrated me sooo much! I couldn't stand majority of the characters, which really made this drama unenjoyable for me. How could I enjoy a drama where I'm hating on the characters left and right. All the characters were very two-dimensional and had no depth at all. The only reason why I continued to watch this drama all the way through and rated it the way I did was because of the read more fantastic Nagase Tomoya, and the hope that the main leads wouldn't end up together.

Don't get me wrong, I love Aibu Saki. Her and Nagase Tomoya have decent enough chemistry. But I absolutely hate her character, Suzu. I was rooting against her the whole time. Oh my goodness, I have sooo much to say in regards to this drama, and I'm afraid I'm going to end up spoiling some aspects, but I'll try my best not to.

Ok, so Nagase plays a character who was found drifting ashore, unconscious, by a kiddie Suzu. Suzu couldn't have been more than 8 at that point in time (she was actually 9 or 10 but w/e). Anyways, Nagase's character is taken in by Suzu's family, and it turns out that he lost all his memory from before the war (he was in a soldier's uniform when he was found). Btw, they named him Taro. Anyways, hop 10 years later, and Taro hasn't aged a day, but Suzu is now a grown woman (rolls eyes), and she's in love with Taro. This is suppose to be a love story of a woman who loved a man after he lost his memory from the war. I was completely mistaken on what this drama would be about. I thought the woman would have previously known the man from before the war, and still love him even after he lost his memory. No such luck. Suzu is an extremely selfish and manipulative character (even if she doesn't realize it, and I can't even roll my eyes enough), but it's played out as if she's some sweet lovable character who should get what she wants. As you can tell, she is my least favorite character, I dislike her greatly, but all the people in the town Taro wound up in are just as selfish and manipulative. The reason I say that is because these people not only don't want Taro to ever remember his past, but they hinder him from doing so as well! Every time it seems like Taro remembers something, these people get a lonesome look on their faces and make the whole ordeal about them and how they're gonna feel if Taro ends up leaving and we're suppose to feel sorry for them. Not me, buddy. I don't feel sorry for them one bit. And the way the drama makes it seem like we should be rooting for Suzu and the rest of the townsfolk just enrages me!

Another thing: the whole town wants Taro to be with Suzu (because Suzu just loves Taro oh so much). I cannot even throw up enough to show my disgust with this whole concept. It's not because Suzu is sooo much younger than Taro why I have a problem with them (I think Taro was about 20 when they found him), it's because he was a grown ass man living with this little girl for over 10 years, she practically grew up with him, and I find issue with this because she is basically his little sister. How could he possible see her as anything more?! Gross gross gross. And then the fact that Suzu's parents are okay with that just astounds me!! I lost major respect for the parents, because not only do they want Taro with Suzu, they keep trying to force his freaking feelings. Everyone in the town is! And this is how they are all manipulative scum, playing off the fact that this poor man doesn't remember who he was in the past. They never considered if he previously had a family and they don't care about his past responsibilities, all they do is care about themselves. I don't care what anyone tries to tell me, Taro never romantically loved Suzu. Maybe he ended up thinking he did, but I know in my heart of hearts he was manipulated.

So, all this stuff I just talked about was actually a movie a character named Akira was watching. His mother made him. The ending to this drama saved me from giving it a much much lower rating. My expectations were much too high entering this drama. Lower your expectations drastically, and maybe u'll be ok if ur planning on watching this. Honestly, I wouldn't recommend it. Yeah, it invoked a lot of emotion from me, but it was all negative.
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That Winter, The Wind Blows
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18 hours ago
18 hours ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 9.5
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 9.5
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
After the first episode, I was completely absorbed in this drama. My expectations were very high after the first episode (which is already a mistake), but I couldn't help it. This kdrama was one of the best kdramas I've ever seen, though not my favorite, very griping and mind-provoking. This definitely will have you at the edge of ur seat. I'm gonna state right off the bat that this is a heavy read more drama, as in not one I'd really rewatch. Maybe I will at some point, but definitely no time soon. And not because this drama isn't good, because I think this drama is excellent (I watched it in two days), but the themes are so serious and I'm more of a light-hearted gal myself. The only true issue I have with this drama is the finale, it was very confusing and not very satisfying. The ending felt lazy and rushed, and I was left thinking "that's it"?

I originally decided to watch this because of Song Hye Kyo, but her character wasn't very likable to me. Then I saw Kim Bum was in this, and I knew I had to watch. But honestly, Jo In Sung made this drama for me, and now I want to watch everything with him in it. His laugh kills me lmao, but that's neither here nor there. The acting and cast was phenomenal. The ost was breathtaking. This drama was beautiful.

In Sung's character, Oh Soo, is a gambler/con-man who shares the same name as Oh Yeong's brother. Oh Yeong is blind and believes there's no one she can trust, and Oh Soo is mistaken as Oh Yeong's brother. This case of mistaken identity happens at the most opportune moment, because Oh Soo has gotten himself into some serious trouble, and he has a large debt to pay or else he'll be killed. Oh Yeong's family just happens to be rich, so Oh Soo pretends to be her long lost brother so he can get the money to pay off his debt. Gaining Oh Yeong's trust is much harder than he thought, and in the process of doing so he falls in love with her.

It's really a beautiful story. Only reason why I didn't rate it higher is because of the finale, I was just left so unsatisfied and had a lot of questions that never got answered. I really did enjoy this drama though, and I'd definitely recommend it, especially to those looking for a serious, different type of love story (because this one's definitely not typical).
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Sakura - Jiken wo Kiku Onna
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19 hours ago
19 hours ago
  • Overall 7.0
  • Story 7.0
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 7.0
  • Rewatch Value 5.0
Boring!

This drama was boring boring boring! I usually find jdramas to have the most heart, but in this one there was none. It was just blah! I'm not going to say I hated it, because this drama didn't invoke any emotion from me whatsoever. Now that's really saying something! I watched SAKURA for Nakama Yukie, but I feel like I just wasted my time. I guess not every drama can be read more good, but I was wildly disappointed with how boring this jdrama was. I was excited to see the pairing of Nakama Yukie and Sato Ryuta, but they did nothing for me quite honestly. Like someone said in the comment's section, the police cases weren't even interesting. And I really didn't like the fact that Nakama Yukie's character couldn't fight. She was basically a Mary Sue. Anyways, I have nothing more to say really. It wasn't a bad drama per-say, it just wasn't entertaining in the slightest bit. Therefore, it was a big waste of time. Would not recommend. There are plenty of other mediocre dramas that are better than this. Plenty of dramas that are more than mediocre, period.
Btw, I can't even remember any of the music from this drama. I tried looking on youtube, but i can't find it there. Anyways, I don't remember hating the music, so I say it's just average.
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Full House
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19 hours ago
19 hours ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 8.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.5
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 7.5
I was debating whether I should rate this a 7.5 or an 8, but in the end I think I'll give it an 8.

Full House is a classic, and that's reason enough to watch this rom-com kdrama. That, and Rain. Anyways, besides being a classic, this kdrama had the foundation to be really fun, and even though it was, it was also extremely frustrating. Frustrating in the way that only kdramas read more can make u.

Rain's character, Young Jae, is the biggest jerk, and I wanted to punch him in the face more than half the time. Song Hye Kyo's character, Han Ji Eun, I absolutely adored, but she was really kinda stupid lol, but in an endearing way. The ost is really beautiful and goes perfectly with this drama, and the only reason i didn't rate the music higher is because i can't recall the songs right off the top of my head, only if i hear it i know right away that it came from Full House. Minus .5 for the acting/cast because of the horrible second female lead. (Ugh, she was so annoying).

Ok, so the story starts off with Ji Eun's friends tricking her to go to China so they can sell her house (wtf this made me sooo angry), and she meets Young Jae for the first time on the plane ride there. Young Jae is a famous actor. Anyways while in China, she realizes that she has no way to get back home to Korea, so she tricks Young Jae into paying for her (she plans on paying him back tho). When she gets back to Korea, she realizes that her so-called friends tricked her and sold her house (i still don't know how this was even possible, but w/e). With no where to go, she camps out at the house still, but Young Jae calls her up out of no where, and plans on bringing her to meet her "ex-boyfriend" so they can "get back together" so he can finally get the girl he "loves" (rolls eyes), because the girl he "loves" (horrible second female lead) is in love with Ji Eun's "ex-boyfriend" (he's fantastic and i really like him). Anyways, it was a really awkward meeting because Ji Eun's "ex-boyfriend" isn't really her ex-boyfriend, it was just a story she sold Young Jae so he'd pay for ticket to Korea. Anyways after all of that, (Young Jae is really mad at her btw), when Ji Eun goes back to her house, she realizes that Young Jae has taken up residence there now. See, Full House has the makings of a great rom-com, but it's just so frustrating because Young Jae is a freaking idiot on top on being a huge jerk. Ugh, anyways, obviously these two end up catching feelings for each other, but all the drama in between is so unnecessary. I love drama, but not the stupid kind, and Full House is full of the stupid kind. All the drama is Young Jae's fault of course. Yeah, he's cute, but he makes it extremely difficult to like him. I don't hate him, but i def don't love him. I just smh at him.

Anyways, this kdrama is worth a watch because #1) Rain, #2) Classic, #3) It's funny. Despite all my eye rolling, I'd recommend this drama, because it is actually entertaining, and isn't that why we all watch dramas in the first place. To be entertained. The are some real, true, laugh-out-loud moments in this drama. And, I've actually rewatched this drama twice, so it's not that bad. It's a little slow at the beginning, namely the first episode, but stick with it. Would i rewatch it again? Eehhhhh, maybe. I don't plan to anytime soon. Maybe in a couple of years. Watching it once is good enough, and I really do think kdrama fans should watch Full House at least once.
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Bad Guys
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20 hours ago
20 hours ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 8.5
  • Rewatch Value 8.5
I enjoyed this kdrama, more than i thought I would. I watched this all the way back when it was airing, but I'm just coming around to writing my review. This is the first detective/crime-solving kdrama I've seen, and it did not disappoint. So intense! You will get the answers ur looking for by the end of this drama. The acting was superb, and I loved all the characters (except the stupid read more female character). Everyone played their roles to the T. Started watching for Park Tae Jin, and I loved his character, but my favorite was Ma Dong Seok.
The story is about this ex-cop/detective who's reinstated by the commissioner or whoever because his son died. The ex-cop/detective (Oh Goo Tak) then gets together 3 criminals (who are actually locked up at this point, like in prison) to help him solve crimes. But what's in it for the criminals? Whoever catches the culprit of each crime gets their sentence reduced. But there's more to the story. Why did Goo Tak choose those 3 criminals? They're all connected in some way, and the drama delves into that. So not only are they trying to solve each individual crime (which is already interesting), but they are trying to solve a bigger picture. I won't say what the bigger picture is, it's much more fun to watch and find out. But the story is very interesting and exciting, and will keep u at the edge of ur seat.
The music is pretty forgettable (at least for someone like me who doesn't really pay attention to the ost unless it really sticks out), but the music did go really well with the drama, so I have no complaints. And, I just looked up the ost to remind myself of the music, it's really good, very downloadable too lol.
Now, would I rewatch this drama? Yeah, I would. I really appreciate the cast's excellent acting, and I love the overall theme. Forgiveness. Ooohh, I'm getting chills just thinking about it.
Not my favorite kdrama, but def one of the better ones I've seen. I'd recommend the drama to just about everyone. I'm trying to get my sister to watch it, but she doesn't listen to my recommendations (her loss). Anyways, if you don't want to watch it for the intricate story, at least watch it for Park Tae Jin's sexy lips!
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My Pretend Girlfriend
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22 hours ago
22 hours ago
  • Overall 6.0
  • Story 4.5
  • Acting/Cast 7.0
  • Music 6.0
  • Rewatch Value 1.0
This movie was slow,dragging at times and it seemed that the main characters didn't know what they were doing...at all.

The story could have offered so much more but it felt like it was cut off.
The ending left me not only unsatisfied but also a little bit confused.

The acting was good,especially the younger cast did quite a good job,but sadly-and I don't know if it's because of the lacking story read more line-I couldn't really connect with the characters well enough to get emotional about the things that happened to them.Thus I felt really unaffected by their whole story.
At times I was just very bored as there were a lot of things which were more than predictable and this movie had a lot of elements in it typical for Japanese melodramas.

I didn't really focus on the music while I was watching it.It seemed to fit the mood of the movie though,from what I can remember.

I wouldn't rewatch this.It's one of those movies you will easily forget because it just didn't affect you at all.

If you're bored/not in the mood for anything uplifting this movie will make you feel even more bored and may leave you feeling annoyed or even a little bit depressed.

It's not a movie I would recommend but at the same time it's not THAT awful.

I think it's up to you to decide whether you want to give this a try.But you'v been warned: this can be quite a waste of time.
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Fated to Love You
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 7.5
  • Story 7.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 5.5
I am in love with the actor, he is really great and has a sense of humor. I love the chemistry between the main actors. They really did their role well. Also, I liked the actress' mom, her character is warm and lovely. she treat her son of law as she his real mom even after he divorced. I really enjoyed listening to her dialect.
And I can't forget the secretary Tak, read more this man add a humor to the drama. The other characters are not good enough and some of them are boring and annoying. The OST was great specially "Good by My Love"
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Let's Eat
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
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2 days ago
2 days ago
  • Overall 7.0
  • Story 6.0
  • Acting/Cast 7.0
  • Music 6.0
  • Rewatch Value 1.0
Story is average. There are a lot of scenarios that are not connected. characters that are not clear and some that suddenly popped up. This is 30% romance and 70% food.

Casting is okay. Roles are simple.

Music. Hmm its not actually music. There isn't a song that i remember because I feel that they did not pay more attention to it which is a critical part of creating a drama, matching read more the scenes with the perfect music. The one that caught my attention are the sound effects which made it a bit funny,
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Awayjee See Chompoo
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2 days ago
2 days ago
  • Overall 5.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 5.5
  • Music 1.0
  • Rewatch Value 1.0
this drama was recommended to me when I asked for a drama that includes age difference and a love relationship between an uncle and a niece . the drama at first was very good and I got so interested in it the story was just what I needed .Sahawong Por the main lead actor acting skills was absolutely amazing he has done a good job acting his parts . However , unfortunately read more the female lead actress ruined it all it was her first role on screen she couldn't act any of her scenes correctly , she was supposed to act as if she is 18 years old girl (young) but she acted as if she is mentally retreaded as if she is a 5 years old nagging child she got on my nervous she was unnecessarily nagging all the time and there were lots of unnecessarily scenes for her getting up set from the main lead because she was jealous . she couldn't show how a girl can be jealous she done it in an annoying scary silly way . I really at the end wished that the main lead would not end with her . also the story line lost its track in the middle of the drama .
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Heartstrings
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2 days ago
2 days ago
  • Overall 7.5
  • Story 7.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 3.0
The only good thing about this drama is the music the rest it's kinda childish!!
Can't really feel the romance every thing is very fast without reasons there' love and there's breakup!!
Can't see why others gave it 10 overall and in the story 10 also how come?!! where is the story that deserves that full mark?!
if you like music dramas then you might enjoy it....anyway not one of my favorites.
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My Heart Twinkle Twinkle
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2 days ago
2 days ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 9.0
Why am I writing this review? Because I have a habit of writing one for under-rated dramas.

This drama got criticised a lot. That a lot of people would just not give it a chance. But believe me, if you're a fan of (( melodramas )) or (( romantic )) ones. This is one of the best.


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STORY:
This drama got one of the best story lines. It's not about a read more romance between chicken restaurants owners, or competitors, or whatever you read from the plot. One thing to say, ITS NOT. This drama is really deep, the romance is deep, different than what you usually watch. It was touching. I won't say they got chemistry or something like that, no it was TOUCHING. A weird one that you won't even understand unless you keep watching.


ACTING/CAST:
Bae Su Bin: If you think you got no reason to watch this, then give Su Bin a one chance to create this reason. Watch one episode and you'll have the reason to continue watching. I watched 26 episodes switching from (I like you), to (I dislike you). Then I finished up watching this drama not knowing, is he a good guy, or bad. I don't even know if I like him or dislike him(drama). But that's not a negative thing, because that's what he is in the drama, a bad guy..and a good one. You know what that means? His acting was DAEBAK, I never knew he was this good.

Jang Shin Young: sometimes got me confused, but you'll get to know her acting style later on. She did really well on the last episodes.

Rest of cast: They did pretty well.



MUSIC:
The music was good, nothing that grabbed my attention, but fitted the scenes.
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HOW I RATED THIS:
First episodes: 7.5-8
Last episodes: 8-8.5
Final episode: 10


TO SUM THIS UP:
- Watch it! Do not hesitate. You won't regret it. Listen to me, and WATCH IT!
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