Kinkyori Renai
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3 hours ago
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  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 7.5
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 5.0
  • Rewatch Value 5.0
Kinkyori Renai is like eating a candy you've eaten many times before; sugary, sweet, and enjoyable, but also nothing new and exciting since you've had it before. If you enjoy typical shoujo and you aren't expecting anything far from the norm from it, then you'll enjoy this movie. That's the mindset I went into when I decided to watch this and I ended up really enjoying it.

Story: This story is typical read more shoujo fair. You've got the awkward stoic high school girl that's the genius of her school that just wants people to like her, the childhood best friend, the popular teacher that's kind of a jerk, jealous bullies, jealous ex-girlfriends etc. But like I said, if you go into the movie expecting the characters and the story to be nothing more than a typical shoujo you won't be disappointed.

The story is super cute with moments that will make you squeal and will give you butterflies in your stomach. There are a few times where it got so ridiculous that I couldn't take it seriously. I can't go into detail about this because it would spoil the story, but you'll probably know what I'm talking about if you end up watching the movie.

Now this movie isn't for everyone. If you're really bothered by student teacher relationships and big age gaps (Yamapi is 30 and Komatsu Nana is only 19) then you probably aren't going to like this.

Acting: The acting was all really good. I was especially impressed by Komatsu Nana. She is really young but she is already a really good actress. I'm expecting great things from her in the future.

Music: I don't remember any of the music, but I also don't remember any of it being bad.

Rewatch value: I would definitely rewatch this movie again if I'm ever in the mood for a cute romance and I can't find anything to watch that I haven't already seen.

Overall: This is a great movie for people that like shoujo and that want to watch a simple and cute movie.
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Be Arrogant
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10 hours ago
10 hours ago
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.5
  • Music 9.5
  • Rewatch Value 9.5
This is the first mini-drama I have watched, and I did not regret watching this :)

It may run for a short time but it has delivered its story very well. The actors did well in portraying their characters. Before watching this, I've been wishing No Cheol to be with Hara, but as I watch the drama and found out their story, how I hated him and wished for him to be read more dead instead :D :P hahaha.

I love the sisterhood relationship here. How nice to think of it if you have that kind of relationship with your sister just like Ra Hee and Hara.

Anyway, this was a nice drama. Good for killing some boredom. I like this drama, because you can just finish it all for like 3 1/2 hours?? Since its very short. This is something you could re-watch because it doesn't take a long time to finish watching it, well, I think for me.
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Prince of Lan Ling
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10 hours ago
10 hours ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
In the last couple of months these Chinese dramas really are my cup of tea, I find them to be so appealing and interesting especially their historical ones. Also I love their approach to romance, in all these historical dramas couples are so natural, realistic with real kisses and hot scenes, spontaneous hugging, touching, biting, kisses all over the place and it looks so great. It's not that I find that the read more most important but when you have those moments between couples I want to see them as more realistic as possible. :P

Anyway apart from that I always loved Chinese historical movies the most so it's logical that I enjoy in Chinese dramas too. Lan Ling was easily one of the best historical dramas I've seen and I could gladly give even the higher score but those episodes from 20 to 26 or 27 I think, were too draggy and unnecessary with many illogical turn of events and I found the reactions some of the characters too unbelievable. Except for that everything else was FANTASTIC. LITERALLY. I think that the acting was outstanding and that even the side characters were brilliant and shined in some moments more than the leads.

Ariel as Xue Wu was perfect, she became my fav. female from historical dramas, so witty, smart, caring, funny, cool, brave and strong full of love to give to her man and all her friends, it's so rare to see a woman like her. I loved how she was such a support to Lan Ling and a true wise woman who deserved to be treated as a Queen, without her Lan Ling wouldn't succeed in anything, she was so psychically strong and in some scenes I loved how she showed balls like a real man. :P
William as Lan Ling- beautiful, wonderful, so freaking hot and grandiose man, a true leader who loved his people more than anything, who was willing to sacrifice himself in order to save the woman he loved and to save his soldiers and his country, I enjoyed in watching his brotherly love with Fifth Prince and how they shared their deepest thoughts together. And when he was a masked warrior oh well I was so in love with him, that role was even more suited for him. ;)
Yu Wen Yong-the way Chan Daniel has portrayed him was just magnificent, his expressions, gestures, his ability to be such a great Emperor and grand man, how he fell in love with Xue Wu and loved her until his last breath and who fought for her but to the point when it was possible, how he respected her, I enjoyed so much in their scenes together, I think they had incredible chemistry, they should make some other drama as a couple for real. ;) He broke my heart several times, I really fell hard for him and once more I had that second lead syndrome.

Amongst them all, there was one character I literally loved the most, it was Wei Qian Xiang as Xiao Dong, that guy was freaking brilliant and I have to say that without him, his helping and solving some things, nothing would be possible, he was of the crucial help for Xue Wu, Lan Ling and Yu Wen Yong. So spontaneous, free spirited, in love with life, a rebel who was by each step side by side with her, who supported and believed in her no matter what, who was also the most intelligent one- he saw before everyone else threats, who was evil and who's not, reminded me so much of Moon Jae Shin in SS which was fantastic. Above that he had so great chemistry with Ariel, both of them were such a splendid sight for the eyes, their scenes were the most funny and interesting ones. ;)

This drama also has such a great villains, the most hateful ones. I really found in Lan Ling the character I hate the most but really hate, she climbed up to my number one and most definitely she well deserves that place. Zheng Er- you who have seen this drama know why I'm saying this, you who haven't- go and watch. I've never seen some woman to be this evil to the core, to the tiniest bone in her body, twisted, nasty, terrible, disgusting, obsessively jealous, her smile is the most creepy one, I have goosebumps every time I think of her. The actress deserves and award for such a brilliant performance.

Music was beautiful and so wonderful, I like all the ballads, especially from Della "Shou Zhang Xin", it brought tears to my eyes.

I liked fighting scenes, cinematography was great, costumes astonishing, sceneries breathtaking, and the chemistry between the leads one of the best I've seen if not the very best one. They became one of my fav. couples in the whole world, their chemistry was too great, moments they shared were priceless, kisses, conversations, hugs, teasing, even fights were great, intimacy- one of the best I've seen, mindblowing for sure. ?

Every vivid fan of historical dramas should see Lan Ling, every fan of the actors in it should see Lan Ling, every fan of intelligent script should see Lan Ling and every fan of real passionate love and intimacy should see Lan Ling.
The bottom line is- Lan Ling is a great drama with its own flaws, holes and boring moments like almost every drama but hell it was worth watching every moment of it. And it has the most perfect ending. At least I found it to be so appropriate and logically wonderful.
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The Family Is Coming
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11 hours ago
11 hours ago
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.5
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
This drama was a fun ride, with all the antics and schemes of the family members competing for a huge sum of money, and the one grandson who cares for his grandmother over money. His family thinks he has no ambition and is just lazy, but isn't that what everyone thinks of artists? His moments with his grandma were the best parts of the show, they were warm and touching.

Most of read more the family was pretty stupid in the way they thought about money, they'd blow it in one day and be on the streets the next, either b/c they were addicted to shopping, or were easily conned into believing in get rich quick schemes. and we have the adopted son of the grandma who is around the same age as her grandson that I love ^-^ He would try everything to "steal" away the inheritance - why? b/c he had such a huge debt on his shoulders from doing things he shouldn't & he has a sick mom to try & take care of. All of these reasons made me ask his one and only blood-related sister to trick the family into believing she was a lawyer (with the help of the internet, books & a couple 'real' lawyers) so she could keep track of where the money was flowing and how they could get their hands on it, as time goes by she keeps feeling more and more guilty for doing what her brother asked of her & tries to convince herself to run away more than once. She gets conflicted between helping her brother & caring for the family that treats her so kind, not to mention the grandson she finds herself drawn to <3

The grandma has gone down in my books as the best grandma in dramaland ever to exist - I loved her character! and her clothing style and hairstyle were awesome for a grandma ;) I mean how many grandmas would have pink in their hair? ;D She also has a heartbreaking reason why she left her family for America for 50yrs - if I were her I would never forgive her husband -_- He was horrible and did things to her that are disgraceful for anyone to do no matter what they thought to someone they love.

Dong Sook (the grandson) was so adorably cute on this drama, I wanted to wrap him in my arms so many times, and peck him on the cheek for being so gosh darn cute ^^ I loved his character, he was faithful, loyal and trustworthy - the way he talked with his caring sweet soft voice was like heaven to my ears. The way he cared for his grandma was like no one else in that family, he truly sincerely loved her. They were almost like 2 peas in a pod. A pair that couldn't be beat ^-^ They were the perfect team. He also slowly finds himself drawn to this mysterious lawyer who came to his home, and starts to find himself falling in love <3 When things get revealed little by little can his love for her stand the rough waters that are breaking a bit of his trust in her?

The music was perfect for this drama, my favorite song was 'Cry' by Bae Ki Sung (no it's not a sad ballad - it was the entertaining song of the show) I still sing to it & love it.

I will definitely re-watch this someday - I loved every episode and especially the grandma, Dong Sook & Joon Hee (the 'fake' lawyer) - as well as that mischievous little devil Joon Ha (the adopted son).

I personally highly recommend this drama :D
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Blood
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13 hours ago
13 hours ago
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 6.5
  • Music 6.5
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
I just finished the drama and to be honest I'm stunned by the writer's abilities. Although the actors in this drama couldn't pull the whole thing off the story behind it made up for it. The music wasn't that great either, I wouldn't buy the OSTs but at least it didn't bring the atmosphere down. I am a person that hates cheesy stuff, and this drama was really refreshing yet romantic in read more the parts that it should be. For the people who are considering to watch this drama do give it a go! You get thrill, romance, comedy, and sci-fi all in one go, but then the ending will bring you to tears of anger and ultimate sadness. I've grown to love each and every character of this drama, and has followed it all along. For me, this drama was filled with all fresh faces except for Jaehyeon oppa, so I stand no bias on forcing myself to finish it. For a person that drops dramas that drag on or are too cheesy this is so far the one I found perfect. I really really love it and I hope you like it too!!!
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Jungle Juice
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16 hours ago
16 hours ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 9.5
  • Rewatch Value 9.5
For the first half an hour of starting the film I kept wondering if I was doing the right thing. Jang Hyuk and Lee Bum Soo looked too lost and I didn't see the story but it got so much better I ended up loving it.

So Ki Tae (Jang Hyuk) and Cheol Su (Lee Beom Soo) are best friends always sticking together. Both are poor, unemployed, clumsy, naive and aimless. They read more smoke and chase girls all day. One day they get stuck into some gangsters' drug operation. First they try to only save their skin but then their companion Meg (Jeon Hye Jin; Lee Seon Kyun's wife) inspires them to try to win something out of the situation. And the chase begins.

Though the plot is nothing new, the hilarious chasing scenes are priceless. It's so adorable how they always get caught no matter how hard they try. And it's amusing to see them hanging in and inventing ways to survive though their life is practically worthless. I loved how they always stick together and help one another.

Their hairstyles, funky clothes and bad language all show vulgar useless guys roaming around the neighbourhood; the guys you'd never want to live next to. But here you cannot but love them. Wonder why!

Son Chang Min here plays Min Cheol; the ambitious gangster who gets involved in a crazy chase between him, drug dealers and the police because he wants to get acknowledged by his boss. How that role suits him!

If I want to mention certain scenes I'll ruin it for you. Just remember Jang Hyuk and Beom Soo under drugs and the bar scene with g.o.d playing in the background -2002 film after all-.

The stunt car chasing scenes were so well-made and hilarious I enjoyed them.

There are some nude and sex scenes; not much and in a funny way.

The music suits the chasing and foolish atmosphere.

In all the film is a cute break after watching some painful and heartbreaking work. Watching young Jang Hyuk, Lee Beom Soo and Son Chang Min is a pleasure by itself. And with good production and an interesting plot, we have a very good movie.
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Kinkyori Renai
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17 hours ago
17 hours ago
  • Overall 7.5
  • Story 7.5
  • Acting/Cast 8.5
  • Music 7.0
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
What a cute movie.
This is one of those movies where you will say things like OMG, cute, I wish it was me. Because there is loads of eyecandy here. I liked the story, it is easy to follow and sometimes cheesy. But the cheesyness really belonged here in this movie so it is acceptable. I did had a hard time with the female lead because I wanted her to be a read more bit different than she had to portray in the movie.
The acting was really good, especially if the female lead got on my nerves for her acting here, she did her job wel. The male lead is easy to love and I thought his acting was great. Also the chemistry they have in this movie is incredible!
I would rewatch this movie because it is so darn cute and this movie just has something about it that I want to rewatch it.

Watch this movie if you like cheesy, cute and romantic movie.
Skip this if you don't like romance of much cheesyness.
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Empress Ki
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17 hours ago
17 hours ago
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 8.0
  • Acting/Cast 8.5
  • Music 6.0
  • Rewatch Value 6.0
It took me 2 weeks to finish this drama: partly because this is the second Saeguk (?) Drama that I have watched plus, 51 episodes are no joke. After falling head over heels for Ji Chang Wook in Healer (YES), I decided I should go watch more of his dramas. Imagine, 51 good hours of drooling over Ji Chang Wook, hahahaha!


STORY: This drama is bittersweet. This drama has a lot of read more twists and turns yet I found myself craving for more as I watched. I've always loved a strong character for a female protagonist thus this was a drama I've been looking for. There is a dash of comedy here, a lot of romance, action and thriller too. While watching this drama you'd find yourself feeling for the characters themselves.

ACTING/CAST: I loved this drama not only because of Ji Chang Wook, but also because of the other actors and actresses present in this drama. Ha Ji Won and Joo Jin Mo, for example. They have exemplary acting skills. The antagonists are so moving I could feel my blood boiling every time they strike! Of course, a twist in the historical life of Empress Ki is very effective. Ha Ji Won pulled off Empress Ki really well. I loved how the casts grew aside with their characters in this drama.

MUSIC: I'm not much of a fan of the OST of this drama but, it was fitting.

REWATCH VALUE: I'd watch several episodes though, but not every single thing since it's very long.

OVERALL: if you like a historical drama with comedy, romance, action and thriller all in one, this drama is worth your 51 hours.
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Leh Nangfah
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20 hours ago
20 hours ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
*Spoilers MAY BE ahead*

I need to take a break from Korean/Taiwanese drama. So I haven't watched a Thai Lakorn for so long, the last one I watched was Kaew Lorn Phat (Something like that) After watching this, I LOVED IT (Coming from a guy's point of view)

Story:
Pretty unique, I have never watch a drama like this ever? To be honest, I found episode 1-4 kinda boring, but after a read more while it picked up. There are some misunderstanding and so-so. There's no evil second lead so that's a new thing to me (plus for me). The bad"guy" doesn't come out until the end but as you watch on, they give you hints, so look out for those.
The plot itself is already self-explanatory: Selfish and conceited girl turns good

Acting/Character:
All the cast did EXCELLENT, mostly the two main characters!
+Chemistry between the two leads is cute :)
+No evil second lead girl/boy
+Angels :P
-Kinda annoying second lead though (Sticks to main actor like glue sometimes)
-Pat's and Beauty's relationship will sometimes be annoying (To me sometimes it was)

Music:
The music wasn't that bad but rather dull, there was like only 3 songs that I could remember
2 instrumental music ( these are very good music)
1 vocal song

REACH VALUE: TOTALLY YES! ( If Im bored and need a drama to watch)

Watch this drama if you're a big lakorn fan or asian drama fan. This is one of my favorite thai lakorn :)
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You Are More Than Beautiful
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 8.0
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 5.5
  • Rewatch Value 5.0
This is definitely a film festival type movie.
One that makes you think about it more, than showing everything on screen.

The premise of the story is of a man, Chul-Soo (Park Hee Soon), who's father is in the hospital. His father is worried that his son would never meet anyone. (Chul-Soo, seems like he doesn't have friends).
Chul-Soo then arranges for a young woman Yeong Hee (Gong Hyo Jin) to meet read more his father as his "girlfriend".

It's short, and endearing, as to how someone who is getting paid can do the right thing to help someone else out, even when they don't need to.

First time I heard Gong Hyo Jin sing, and apparently it was an opera, which I thought was pretty interesting.

The only thing I didn't like was the music didn't really fit the serious tone of the film, until like the last few minutes when they finally relaxed a bit.
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Oh! My Lady
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
Shi Won was so handsome, it was almost blinding! This is the first time I've watch the female lead, Chai Rim, but I really liked her. Perky, cute without being a doormat. I thought visually, it was a good match, even though there was an age difference. I usually don't like Noona romances, but this one was ok. However, as others reviewers mentioned, it must have been chemistry because I did not read more feel the "passion". Overall, however, good light romance. Fast paced, I enjoyed it.
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Boss & Me
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 9.0
It was my first time to give a 10/10 for a Cdrama and this definitely deserves it! I initially wanted to watch this because of my love for Zhang Han and it really made me curious why it has such a high rating here on MDL. All I can say, believe the hype whenever it's high in this website! I understand now why they said that Zhao Liying gained 10 pounds in read more this show. I really enjoyed all of the eating scenes though! But what was I saying, I enjoyed every bit of this drama. This drama never made me feel like it was a chore to watch since every episode of this 33-episode made my heart happy (and maybe even sad). It has the right amount of fluff and a bit of angst which is the formula for me of being a good drama. It's already a given that I enjoyed Zhang Han's Feng Teng and Zhao Liying's Shan Shan but all the other actors played their characters so well. Special mention goes to: Shan Shan's Dad, Liu Liu (Shan Shan's cousin), and Feng Yue (Feng Teng's sister) are my faves! For the music, I enjoyed the opening theme sang by Zhang Han and also "Roll the Dice" as an insert song. The only aspect that I didn't give a perfect score on was the rewatch value since watching this at least once is already good enough. On the whole, I highly recommend this to anyone who wants to be in for a good Cdrama to watch and maybe to some who haven't been introduced to the world of Cdramas yet, this is a good one to try!
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Blood
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 5.0
  • Story 3.0
  • Acting/Cast 4.0
  • Music 4.0
  • Rewatch Value 1.0
Let's just say I was one of those people who actually wanted to root for this drama. I have never seen Ahn Jae Hyun in anything else but I liked him in the beginning. Playing a vampire does not require a huge acting range. You can act broody and intense without needing to have 10 years' worth of acting experience. The beginning too was good. Finally a take on vampirism where it read more is an actual medical condition instead of a myth. That was quite interesting, writer-nim. Brownie points to you for that. Ji Sang's youthful looks were because he stopped ageing at some point. And as for the villain, he wanted the whole world to benefit from a condition like vampirism instead of it being treated as some medical evil. I loved your use of rationale in certain cases. I even loved all the information on biochemistry that is relentlessly hurled at the viewer.

But seriously what happened to you after the first 5 episodes? The moment Ji Sang stopped performing surgeries all I saw was him taking leisurely strolls all around the damned hospital and meeting either the Director or Yoo Ri Ta or Min Ga Yeon or Dr Joo, talking about all kinds of useless stuff and nothing else. Hello PD-nim, instead of overloading my brain with information, just show me through actual action. Too much exposition ruins any narrative.
And the romance? Uh why did they fall in love again? I'm sorry I just don't understand. Am I supposed to swoon at them mouthing lines swearing undying love for each other with not an ounce of emotion in them? It seemed like Ri Ta kept throwing herself at Ji Sang who was not even interested. And then all of a sudden, he is interested for lord knows what reason. (Oh wait it's because of their cosmic connection..he saved her from all those bad CG, Twilight-rip-off wolves....oooooh shooo romantic!)
I did not even think their scenes cute.

And somewhere around episodes 8-9 it all went downhill. The same things kept happening on infinite loop. Let me list them -
1)Ji Sang and Director having some kind of confrontational conversation in which sometimes they attack and snarl at each other and sometimes they don't. YAWN!
2)Token romantic scenes between Yoo Ri Ta and Ji Sang which were anything but romantic (who the hell calls their girlfriend/boyfriend 'Doctor Yoo' and 'Chief'?)
3)Walking around the hospital
4)Conversation between Ji Sang and VTH-16 researcher doctor
5)Ji Sang fighting off vampires and mostly getting beaten
6)Chairman and Associate Director having boring passive-aggressive conversations
7)More walking around the hospital
8)Min Ga Yeon and Ji Sang scenes which were too few
9)Patients in ward 21A going bonkers
10)More walking

The only portions I looked forward to where the parts featuring Sister Sylvia, Hyun Woo and Min Ga Yeon and Ji Sang's interactions which were actually genuine and made me feel something for them. They did not come off as forced and contrived unlike the Yoo Ri Ta and Ji Sang scenes. Even Ji Jin Hee couldn't save this trainwreck and he tried his best to make Jae Wook memorable!

And don't even get me started on the ending. What the hell happened? It was like the writer picked out every nonsensical, irrational cliche from the dramaverse and crammed all of them into an hour's worth of time.

Dear writer-nim, do us a favour and DO NOT EVER WRITE A DRAMA AGAIN. I feel like jumping off a bridge after watching that atrocious finale. I want those 20 hours of my life back! And this is coming from a busy person who no longer has sufficient time to watch all the K dramas she wants to watch.
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Junior High Student Ayang
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 8.5
  • Acting/Cast 8.5
  • Music 6.5
  • Rewatch Value 7.5
This drama special tells you about bullying at school, and how a transfer student is treated as an outcast. People should watch this drama because it gives you such nice lesson in life. Like ''no matter how lonely and sad you are, and no one's there's for you, who knows and understand your feelings, don't worry because someday, someone's going to be there for you.He/She will be that person who will understand read more and treat you special. You just have to be patient and keep on waiting. :)

I think that this should have been made in to a long drama with a few episodes so it could have elaborate the story more. Well it was nice to watch and you'll enjoy it ;)
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Blood
3 of 6 people found this review helpful
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2 days ago
2 days ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 7.0
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 5.5
Okay, this will be my first drama review, so let's give it a try. :)

**I am a big fan of Ahn Jae Hyeon ever since YWCFTS, and he is the main reason I watched this drama.

This drama has received so much backlash in Korea ever since its first airing. It really did start off as boring and confusing, but as you go on, the episodes would get more interesting and read more exciting. The plot was nicely done. There are a lot of twists and turn of events, it will caught you off guard. Such nice twists to the characters, you'd go &quot;What?!,&quot; Really?! Wow!&quot; and more.

The acting can't be called excellent, but it isn't that bad though. I bow down to Ji Jin Hee, who did really did such a great job. The more he does evil things, the more you get crazy and mad at him.

The osts were also good. It did captured and melt my heart while watching the drama.

The ending was so painful, it makes you cry. Crying scenes were delivered naturally.
Overall, it was a watchable drama, but I personally think that the ending could have been expound as it brought confusions and big why's and how's.

I don't really re-watch dramas, so I don't know for those who loves re-watching.
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