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Duang Jai Akkanee
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24 minutes ago
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  • Overall 10
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
The first lakorn of Nadech and Yaya together and the lakorn that made me loved these two. The story was like Romeo and Juliet, both families were enemies. Their love story was a typical hate turn into love kind but what made me watched this was because of the chemistry between Nadech and Yaya. Both were still newbies at that time but their acting were good, I was really impressed especially with read more Yaya.
That's why it became one of my favorite Thai dramas.

If your still new or just started watching Thai drama then you should definitely watch this. :)
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Anata no Koto wa Sore Hodo
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2 hours ago
2 hours ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 8.5
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
Based on the manga Josei "Anata no Koto wa Sorehodo" by Ryo Ikuemi "Anata no Koto wa Sore Hodo" was good!
The drama of elegance! No doubt the positive highlight goes to the costume designer, who struggled to introduce the drama class, and got, there we have, very elegant characters, like that blue dress of Rumi Mori (Tomoka Kurokawa) presented at the wedding of Mitsu Watanabe (Haru) , It was a shock, read more that is worth more than minimum wage. The drama in general was what we can say, elegant and discreet, the story is pleasant the cinematography is romantic and the narrative gave life to a cast marked by good performances. "Anata no Koto wa Sore Hodo" is one of those dramas that will be marked by the excitement and pleasure you feel when watching.
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The Guardians
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2 hours ago
2 hours ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 8.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 8.5
  • Rewatch Value 9.0
As a general rule, I never watch a drama because of an idol (unless I have solid proof that he/she is also a competent actor/actress), but I admit that the fact that Shinee’s Key (my second bias from my top bias group) was in The Guardians is what made me become interested in it in the first place.
It was not, however, the main reason why I watched it and stayed for read more 32 episodes. There were reasons enough to watch this and I’m going to number a few.

The Guardians is mainly a story about motherhood, revenge, relationships between sons, daughters and their parents and ghosts of the past. Being so ambitious, adressing such delicate issues could either result in a success or a flop, but this series manages to work it out.
The fact that every episode it’s just 30min long –as in many other dramas this season-, makes it easier to watch. And since it’s an action/thriller drama, it makes it more exciting as well.

I think the most pleasant surprise in Lookout was most definetely Kim Young Kwang. He was amazing and his permormance is one of the best this year. Also, there were great choices for the supporting roles. It might be odd to watch Choi Moo Sung playing a villain, since he always plays awkward, endearing characters, like in Weightlifting... or Reply 1988. But he did an amazing job.
On a personal level it was great to see Song Sun Mi. She’s a great actress and I have a soft spot for her since I watchedr in Miss Korea. Kim Tae Hoon (who was also in the great but overlooked Angry Mom) and Shin Dong Wook were excellent as well.

Also, since it’s not an easy thing to find in dramaland, I love plots were the female lead is strong –either physically or psychologically, or both-. Lee Si Young’s character is so badass! And Kim Sun Young is a perfect counterpart. It’s also really nice to see a good female friendship depicted on screen for a change.

The only thing I frowned on a little was that cliché-ish bad-to-the-bone villain/psycho played by Solomon Park, although I think the focus is on the whole corrupted political system enough to forget about that.
Also, as in any action drama where technicisms play an important part, I wouldn’t wonder if there were some plot wholes (regarding anything related to computer hacking, for example). But since I’m always more focused on the plot as a whole, where it’s going, where the characters are head to, as well as the acting and so on, I didn’t give it much importance.

All in all this is a well-rounded drama, one of the best this year and I strongly recommend you watch it. Just one thing: do not expect any romance (except just a little of that usual fanservice writer-nim comes up with when an idol is featured in a drama). I enjoy romance myself as a genre, but if you’re craving for some of that right now, then this drama is not for you.
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Nirvana in Fire
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3 hours ago
3 hours ago
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 8.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.5
  • Music 9.5
  • Rewatch Value 9.5
great move I loved it and the cover here portrays the theme very well
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Nirvana in Fire
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7 hours ago
7 hours ago
  • Overall 1.0
  • Story 1.0
  • Acting/Cast 1.0
  • Music 1.0
  • Rewatch Value 1.0
I give it a 10 all the way around. Somehow i couldn't tap 10 it would only allow 1 star on ea. But this drama was a very intense heart breaking joyful sad. Its diff a great drama to watch. I'd stay up as long as i could sleep 4 hrs. and right back to viewing.
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You Who Came from the Stars
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8 hours ago
8 hours ago
  • Overall 1.5
  • Story 1.0
  • Acting/Cast 5.0
  • Music 6.0
  • Rewatch Value 1.0
after all these years i still do not understand the vibe about this drama ;/ ... one of the worst i have seen ever..... and i cannot be the only one who thinks that.
i loved the female lead but that's all.
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Switch Girl!! 2
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9 hours ago
9 hours ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
THIS IS THE BEST DRAMA I EVER SEEN!
*I watched a lot of J-drama and i found that this one is High quality content.
explain? I even Don't know Where to began xD

A very Completely Successful storyline
For Genre COMEDY + ROMANCE (school scene)

Drama plot is so good that i always rewatch
Characters are super suitable that i never skip their cuteness part
Full of positive lessons
The Music/soundtrack just read more awesome!!
Serious Talk, watch for 100 times, you will never get bored, Just WORTH !
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The Heirs
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17 hours ago
17 hours ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 8.0
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 6.0
  • Rewatch Value 6.0
Entertaining story. Recycled themes. Subpar romantic pairing.

If you want to watch a show with a satisfying lead couple, The Heirs will probably leave you disappointed. Yet despite that major flaw, The Heirs was an entertaining watch.

Sure there were cliched elements. Poor girl, rich guy. Spoiled rich brats bullying inferior classmates. Wicked and outrageous parents. But really isn't that to be expected with a lot of romantic dramas?However, there were also read more some very interesting and compelling story arcs as well. A live in mistress. Rival siblings with opposite takes on business, pleasing their father, and the emphasis they place on love. The relationship between Eun Sang's mother, a mute housemaid, and Tan's mother, a live in mistress, is also a joy to watch. The growth of Choi Young Do is compelling to follow as well.

The biggest annoyance in The Heirs is the behavior of Eun Sang. Crying and pouting constantly it was shocking every time she even so much as cracked a smile. Tan repeatedly goes out of his way to win her affection, yet she rarely reciprocates. The questions many viewers will be asking is: Why does either Tan or Young Do actually like Eun Sang??

Lee Min Ho and Kim Woo Bin really carried the show. Kim Sung Ryung and Kim Mi Kyung were also exceptional in their roles. As for Park Shin Hye, whether it was the writing or her acting, her part kept The Heirs from being anything more than simply "good."
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Maou
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19 hours ago
19 hours ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 9.5
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
Brilliant, even the OTT parts - Ituka Toma always taking off running somewhere at 80m.p.h - agonised looks of remorse etc - the glint in the eye as wicked Naruse carries off another dastardly deed - are endearing. It's an old revenge plot but in a fresh form, with a nice occult theme tied in, and the twists and turns keep you wanting to know what comes next. Plus two very handsome read more leads. What's not to like?
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Circle
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20 hours ago
20 hours ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 9.5
  • Rewatch Value 10
This drama was in one word amazing.
I started watching because of Gikwang, but I didn't know what to expect because I had never seen any dramas with him in it before. I was scared I would face the same disappointment I had with Hwarang, the show that I started watching because of Taehyung or V of BTS. The story lacked a lot and V's character could've been developed/shown way more. I read more was scared to face the same situation with Gikwang but luckily this didn't happen.

This show got me on the edge of my seat from start till finish. Waiting for new episodes every week was such a pain because these cliffhangers were the worst. The story was really interesting, especially because it takes place at two different times. I was really getting sick of those cliche romcom drama storylines and luckily this drama was so refreshing in comparison! Of course there was some tension between some characters, but it felt very natural and not at all like those unrealistic love at first sight storylines which romantic dramas tend to have.

The characters and actors were great. Everyone has their own backstory which you slowly find out about together with the other characters. As I said, I had never seen a drama with Gikwang in it before and I wasn't disappointed in his acting at all. This was also my first time seeing a drama with Yeo Jingoo in it, and I was so impressed by him as well. He's really great actor so I've started watching other dramas and movies with him in it too. I wasn't sure about Kim Kangwoo's character in the beginning but this changed very fast and I think he did such a great job! I won't spoil anything but his and Yeo Jingoo's character made me tear up near the ending. I'm not someone to cry that easily but their acting + the story was so sad which made me emotional as well. In my opinion, feeling connected this much to the characters is something that makes a show great.
They also added a sort of ethical layer to the story as in how far you can go in using technology on humans and about taking responsibility. Nowadays people seem to try to avoid suffering as much as they can, but this drama kind of shows the importance of pain and taking responsibility for your actions, even though that might hurt.

I don't really have much to say about the music. Not that it was bad, it was completely the opposite, but this drama didn't seem to focus on music that much. I can mainly recall the intense intro and outro music which were great and really suited the drama.

Overall this drama was great. The story was really refreshing and the acting was amazing. I was really sad when I found out there were only 12 episodes but the story fitted perfectly. I would recommend this drama to everyone. It's relatively short, has a very interesting plot and a unique way of storytelling with great acting. A must see if you like Korean drama!
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Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo
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20 hours ago
20 hours ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
OMG i love no words! Amazing story with a lot of great actors. In the begging it may be kinda strange and difficult to peak a team but the end makes total sense. Its a very beautiful story with a little of heartbreaks and bittersweet ending. It completly won my heart, everything i expect from drama land !!
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Goblin
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20 hours ago
20 hours ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
Best korean drama of the year!! Already re-watched and its totally worthy to be re-watched again. So perfect!! I even fall in love with the supporting characters. Every episode was so good, i didn't want it to end!!!
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The Eternal Love
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by Hime
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1 day ago
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  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
As of now I have watched exactly half of the episodes.

The chemistry between the leads is really good, there are a lot of sweet moments between them and several funny moments provided by the female lead.

It is hard to pick only one thing that I like about this. So far I have liked almost everything.

If you enjoy a good amount of romance and comedy, adding to it time travel, read more a "dont you dare mess with me" female lead, a hot/sweet male lead plus beautiful scenarios and clothes; then there is a high chance you will like this.

I keep checking everyday if there are new episodes subbed. Usually I dont start a drama till it finishes airing, but I did the "mistake" of watching the first episode and now I cant help but watch the new episodes as soon as they come out.
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School 2013
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1 day ago
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  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
Wow what a amazing series In my list of series this was a top one .Im from India but I mostly like this series one most of the time my eyes was filled with tears by seeing this series .And music was awesome please continue the story but u made just 16 episode please continue the series thank u for giving this wonderful story
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Fight For My Way
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1 day ago
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  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 7.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
Fight for my way is one of those dramas that I liked a lot, but how much I liked it kept changing while watching. This isn't a drama with a very strong plot, or that's necessarily original, but I still looked forward to watching it each week. Mainly, that was because of the cast. It's a definitely a #friendshipgoals kind of drama, and is slice of life as much as it is read more a rom-com. It took a while for me to get into it, but once I did, I looked forward to each new episode.

The drama centers around a group of friends, struggling with the pressures of adulthood, but not quite ready to give up on the dreams of their youth. The four leads have great chemistry from the start, and I really felt like I was watching real friendships. I think that's this dramas appeal. Of course, it's also a romantic comedy. The rom com elements center mostly around close friends who begin to realize/admit they have feelings for each other, but there is also a complimenting storyline of a longtime couple who's relationship gets tested. Both couples are really realistic, even dealing with some super corny and cliché moments.

I've seen Park Seo Joon in quite a few dramas now, where he definitely knows how to turn on the charm, and this role is no different. He plays fighter Dong Man, who leaves the sport behind after a fight leads to controversy, and is just making ends meet with an annoying job and without any passion. Kim Ji Won plays Choi Ae Ra, his girl bff, who has a natural talent for public speaking, but can't seem to find a way to make her announcer dream come true. Before watching I heard a lot about their chemistry, so I was excited to watch, but in the beginning I wasn't impressed. I thought she was annoyingly bossy, and he was so dopey, that their moments together seemed more childish than romantic in any way. Eventually, as their silliness grew on me, so did their romantic chemistry, and I was suddenly completely invested in their relationship. I also loved that they were so comfortable with each other. As their passion for each other develops, so does their passion for following their dreams, and both were inspiring to watch.

Song Ha Yoon and Ahn Jae Hong were endearing, and sometimes heartbreaking, as Seol Hee and Joo Man. There were times when I cared more about their storyline than the main couple, and they definitely made me much more emotional. I laughed, cried, and yelled at the screen over their relationship. I will say that I think Jae Hong is the MVP of this whole cast. She has a seemingly simple, and passive role, but she brought so much depth to the character that she brought me to tears.

The supporting cast was great. I adored the kid versions of the main characters, and thought the supporting cast had some pretty memorable characters (I loved the coach). Even when the writing was lacking, the characters pulled it off and made me keep caring. I do wish that Kim Sung Oh and Jin Hee Kyung had stronger storylines, and think that some talents were wasted by bad writing.

The writing is my biggest problem with this drama, especially towards the end. The most frustrating for me was that Jin Hee Kyung's Landlady character deserved a much better storyline, and they took too long to get into it, so the ending felt way too rushed. The land lady's son also wasn't given enough time to develop into someone I cared about at all. The Fight story was completely predictable, even if the fight scenes were entertaining, and hearing Ae Ra complain, and Tak Soo scheme started to get way too repetitive for me. The ex girlfriend seemed almost forgotten about completely at one point. The sister looked like she had the potential to be interesting, but was more like a glorified extra. I do have to give the writer some credit, because with each episode I was still entertained, and couldn't wait to watch the next episode... for the most part. The last two episodes, however, were pretty disappointing, and although it was a satisfying ending from the character's standpoint, I was more aware of how many loose ends or weak stories there were. The last scene was cute, but ridiculous, and felt like they just didn't know how to end it and gave up. I almost think that the drama could have used an extra 2 or 4 episodes to tell all the stories well, or cut the extra stories out completely and maybe make the whole thing shorter.

Overall, this is a fun drama, with a good soundtrack, and likable characters, so it's hard to complain too much. Also, I wish I had that secret rooftop bar in my life. That may be my favorite thing about the whole drama! I could watch "Fight for my Way" again, just for the interactions alone, but it's not high on my rewatch list. I think it's easy to relate to, so I understand why it has such high ratings from viewers, and I definitely recommend watching it if your expectations aren't too high. This is definitely the kind of cast you will want to cheer for as they fight through quarter-life-crisis feels, and support each other along the way.
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