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She Is 200 Years Old
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31 minutes ago
31 minutes ago
  • Overall 6.5
  • Story 8.5
  • Acting/Cast 4.5
  • Music 7.5
  • Rewatch Value 4.0
The story was really cute, but I felt like something was missing. EunSung is an attractive guy, I liked his character, but from my point of view there's still a (not-so-long) way from him to learn a better acting, just like JiHyun. I'm not saying he's bad, it's just that he look uncomfortable talking sweet to the girl, making it cringe worthy. I didn't see any chemistry between them and it made read more me sad cause this is a great story. I guess if it wasn't so short and, maybe, with other cast it would have been amazing.
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Reply 1988
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7 hours ago
7 hours ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 9.5
*CRYING*
Why did this thing end ? i miss them already.
Everything in this drama is perfect for me !
A great combination of romance , comedy ,family , friendship acted by an outstanding cast.
I am emotionally attached to each and every character in this drama.
OST(s) were all awesome!
No villains , No headache , Very heartwarming.
Best slice of life drama from the ones that i've watched.
SALUTE to read more all the people who worked on it.
I really wanted to write a good long review on this drama but can't think of words to describe this masterpiece seriously.
Worth the 20 episodes.
In my opinion this was the best out of the reply series.
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Healer
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7 hours ago
7 hours ago
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
Since almost everything has already been said about Healer, I will try to keep this review as short as possible :
So, basically, you need to watch this drama. Right now.
Well, I'm not saying this is a perfect tv-show (slow motion effect abuse, too much emphasis on obvious things...)
But it's really enjoyable... mostly because there's something to see, to hear and to feel for everyone in this drama.
So ... read more basically, you need to watch this drama.
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7 hours ago
7 hours ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 6.5
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 7.5
I'm not sure I've recovered enough to be fair in a review. This is one of those dramas where you can see the end coming from the start and you know it's going to be devastating and you will cry and scream and rage and pray for things to turn out differently and almost start to believe things will turn out differently. But deep down You know the light at the end read more of the tunnel is an oncoming train, not the light of day, but you have to keep watching anyway.

Never watched the Chinese version. Probably never will. Not a fan of tragedy or saeguks overall and I knew that going in, but MLSHR sucked me in anyway then chewed me up and spit me out the other side.

Life sucks, then you die. People suck, sometimes inexplicably. It sucks to be king. It sucks to be someone who loves the king. It sucks to be not-the-king. It sucks to be royalty. It sucks to be not royalty. No one in a saeguk is ever happy.

I loved it up until the last two or three episodes where it seemed like everything just unraveled too quickly and without reason. I thought the acting was good, not that I'm a great judge of acting ( I'm good enough to know William Shatner is BAD and that's about it). I enjoyed the soundtrack immensely and thought using modern music for a saeguk was refreshing (but then I liked Romeo + Juliet so what do I know?) I would have been happier with the story if they had used more creative license as opposed to shoehorning the plot into the framework set up by the original. What bothered me most was that 4th prince just seemed to take all his character development and toss it out the window after he became king, as did Hae Soo. She reverted to a damsel in distress that needed saving, he reverted to the wolfdog monster everyone always said he was. If I rewatch, I'll skip the last few eps.
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Q Series: Life Plan A and B
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8 hours ago
8 hours ago
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 9.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.5
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 9.5
Reminded me a lot of the movie Sliding Doors if you've ever seen it - very similar concepts. My only complaint is that plan A wrapped up just a little too neatly and kind of took a turn that made me go wtf? And seemed almost tacked on as an afterthought. Other than that, great drama that really makes you think about choices and sacrifices we make in life and what it read more means to love someone and whether putting your needs before the one you love is selfish or normal. How far do you compromise for family and loved ones before you've completely lost yourself in the process? If you had the chance to view your choices from an outsiders perspective, would you choose differently? Rainie Yang picked a great script for her return to dramas, I look forward to seeing more from her.
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Dr. DMAT
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9 hours ago
9 hours ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 8.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
Dr DMAT is a story about a team of medical staff members called the 'Disaster Medical Assistant Team' or DMAT for short.
They, as you can guess by the name, go out to disaster/accident sites and save as many lives as they can. They are always short on supplies and have to improvise a lot in a chaotic and stressful environment.

Quite similar to Code Blue in that sense, comparing to other read more medical dramas where the setting is mostly at the hospital.

Story:
I really liked the story. The cases are always different and it's realistic in a sense that not all patients survive. Some scenes can be a bit slow but when they arrive at the site you have barely time to blink.

I also like that it's not predictable on what's going to happen. Is the person going to survive?? What choices will the characters make?? You will just have to watch and see.

The thing I would have wanted more of would be more accident per episode, especially at the end. Not that it was boring at the end but they had build it up really well and I would of liked to see a bit more before they went to the last site at the last episode, but other than that, it was great.

Acting/Cast:
The acting is really good and really believable. The cast know exactly what their doing to make their character justice.

Yakumo Hibiki, the main character, has a really smooth character development from being a newbie and only being in the way of DMAT to being the one controlling everything.

Music:
The music is great, even though there isn't one that really stood out, it really helped to enhance the scenes to the max.

Re-watch:
A series will always lose a bit of it's shine after the first watch in my opinion, but since this one is a, that I like to call, one case/episode drama (Which most police/medical dramas are), it has a higher
re-watch value rather than a story that build every episode before coming to the conclusion drama where the magic is in not knowing until the end.

Overall:
It's one of the better Jdramas that I've seen and I could definitely see myself watch this again in the future.
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Love Shuffle
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9 hours ago
9 hours ago
  • Overall 7.5
  • Story 8.0
  • Acting/Cast 7.5
  • Music 6.5
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
Much better than the summary, which sounds a little skeezy at first, and definitely not your typical shoujo rom-com. Really enjoyed it, though I will admit to skimming through the first two eps. But once I got to know and like the characters, I Was hooked to see how each of their stories played out.
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When a Snail Falls in Love
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by ods
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11 hours ago
11 hours ago
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 9.5
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 9.5
Beautifully written drama. For someone who is not really craving for so called common romance, I like how the production team executes the romance part if this drama. It's not overdone, adequate. Ji Bai always have his own way expressing his interest towards Xuxu, vice versa.

As for the crime parts, it is the emphasis of the drama. This drama requires brain and focus for you to keep understanding the whole situation. read more They have domino effect from one case to another. Ji Bai and Xuxu are just human, they sometimes did it wrong, they accepted it and move on. That's the most important part about the investigation side of this drama that I like. Each characters complete the other.

Music and cinematography are great. Not only fair enough, but they really put extra attentions to these factors. I love the OSTs, background music and cinematography which helps me understand more about the scene.

Definitely the best Chinese drama I have ever watched so far.
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Dr. Qin Medical Examiner
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15 hours ago
15 hours ago
  • Overall 7.0
  • Story 7.5
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 6.5
  • Rewatch Value 5.0
Story: 7.5/10
I'm like a little obsessed with crime shows and stuff so I'm being a little harsh. Overall, if this was the first time I saw a crime show, this would blow my mind. But alas, I've seen a few good ones so this doesn't really compare that well.
The story was good in the sense that most questions got answered. You find out who almost everyone is at the end. read more But what bothered me was that the story wasn't really tightly connected. The overarching theme was really loose and it felt a little bit forced, like parts of it was inserted just because it'll add suspense but it didn't really relate to anything too significant.
The overarching plot was predictable and too typical. I mean it's still a decent drama, I would definitely recommend, but it was a *little* disappointing.
But the individual crimes and stuff, that was kinda neat. Props.
What I appreciated was the comedic relief, they were inserted a really good times so you're not psychologically stressed the entire show. And it really builds on character development.

Acting: 8/10
The main characters really worked well together, not to mention the male leads were definitely eye candy ^^ Character development only really happened for Dr. Qin, the rest kinda helped him a long with it. Which was cute. But development was pretty typical and expected. At least the acting was professional.

Music: 6.5/10
There were not really a lot of memorable OST parts that I could remember. I'm pretty good aurally so I would remember a song that relates a certain scene or whatever. The only vaguely good parts I remember is the quirky tune during comedic relief parts. When ever that music came on, I just felp more relaxed because nothing bad is happening.

Rewatch: 5/10
I don't typically rewatch dramas, but this was short and sweet enough to maybe go and pick out my favorite episodes. What I love about these dramas are that the beginnings are individual crimes and stories so you can watch it separately.

Overall: 7/10
It was a little disappointing that the overarching theme was too loose and typical. It was too predictable and thus a little anti-climatic. But the individual crimes were pretty decent and enjoyable.
If anyone is looking for a good crime show starter or just a laid back drama, this is definitely a good one.
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Brilliant Legacy
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23 hours ago
23 hours ago
  • Overall 7.0
  • Story 6.0
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 3.0
  • Rewatch Value 2.0
I honestly wish I could give this show a higher rating than I did because at 28 episodes this show is no small feat, especially with it being a makjang. At one point or another practically every character got on my nerves with the exception of Eun Woo and Mr. Pyo.

Also let me get this out of the way at the top: never have I ever suffered so much from second read more male lead syndrome. Honestly if I could find me a Jun se I'd be one happy girl. It was so refreshing to see a male character that did not have to change to be acceptable for the girl. You knew he wasn't gonna win out, but as he said in one scene, it wasn't because Eun Sung didn't like him, she just allowed someone else into her heart. So classy all through out to be honest. Even when he was hurt by Eun Sung he didn't cling to her or try to persuade her, he didn't bad mouth Hwan, he didn't say some ridiculous line about it being OK that she didn't return his affections because he can love her enough for the both of them (makes my blood boil). He expressed his disappoint in a non malicious way (and he definitely had a right to because Eun Sung definitely lead him on even after her feelings for Hwan started. She knew how he felt and waited so long to shut down any expectations he had about their relationship) and still stayed by her side even after it, with no intention of winning her affections.

Now when it comes to Hwan I have to say that I wasn't charmed by him or really all that impressed. That's not to say that he was a horrible guy or anything, but this drama did such a disservice to his character by having him act like a petulant child for 9 straight episodes. I was incredibly bored and over his attitude that by the time he started to "change" it was a little too late for me to actually start investing in his character. Now had this show been a seasonal show and they could actually take time to flesh his character out more, then maybe I could've rooted for his character more (individually, not as a subset of his relationship with Eun Sung). But 9 of 28 episodes with absolutely no change (and actually getting progressively worse)? Wasn't here for it. It also didn't help that his change was so superficial in that all that happened was him doing what he should've been doing in the first place. You're 27 and you don't wanna work? You're 27 and you treat people like crap? You're 27 and you throw tantrums worse than a child? There was nothing hard about his grandmothers' conditions and yet you would've believed she was asking for the world. And yet I'm supposed to be impressed that he became a decent human being? No, everybody should have a level of decency in them unless they're a sociopath. Now having said that, I didn't hate him. He didn't really illicit any reaction from me save for a few eye-rolls and some rare smiles (yes I smiled a couple of times because as I said he wasn't horrible).

Now 2 characters who did illicit reactions from me where Seung Mi and Seung Hee! OMGosh did they ever. I started out absolutely loathing Seung Hee because never had I ever come across such a vile character before who wasn't a sociopath. However that loathing quickly turned into respect because as much as a snake as she was, she knew she was a snake and didn't mind slithering. Her daughter on the other hand drove me up an effing wall with all her self-righteousness. She wanted to pretend she wasn't in the grass slithering right along with her mother. Truthfully Seung Mi needed psychological help because no one should be as dependent on another human being as much as she was with Hwan. Shit is unhealthy as hell.

Eun Woo was adorable as ever and the actor that portrayed him was fantastic. I thoroughly enjoyed each and every time he was on the screen.

Eun Sung was OK. She was like a strong weak girl. I could tell how much she wanted to be strong and how determined she was, but there were far too many times where she was so naive and gullible that I found myself yelling at my computer screen. Her ability to smile through most situations though was really admirable.

As far as the relationship between Eun Sung and Hwan, it wasn't my cup of tea. There was banter, but very weak imo. I like playful relationships and theirs was more childish. It was a whole lot of meh to me tbh.

I definitely could've gotten behind a Hyeri/Jun Se pairing though. That girl was such a Jun Se fangirl. May I join the club Hyeri?

As far as recommendations go it's definitely not something that hasn't been done before and probably better and at 28 episodes it is a bit long and quite frankly could've been shorter, but if you don't mind getting frustrated and a few non-sensical things here and there, you could definitely do worse.
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Uncontrollably Fond
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
Most of the people don't like this drama because of the "realistic" aspect of it. This is not your typical happy go lucky romantic comedy k drama (though it does have some funny and romantic scenes but wait and see till the end and you'll know what I mean). So if you're brokenhearted and wanting to cry your eyes out and looking for a hardcore, heart tearing, can't stop watching moment. This read more drama is for you. You're welcome.
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  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
Gente tem episodio 21? Pq ai aparece mas quando clica não vai? eu amei tanto o dorama amei amei
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Over The Rainbow
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 8.5
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
Believe it or not I marathoned this drama in 2 days straight! It was really good! I enjoyed everything and it was a stress free watch ^^ The ups and downs of the characters the breakups and past and future loves, the struggles of trying to make it in the entertainment world - everything was a nice peaceful easy and very enjoyable watch! More dramas should be made this way! If you read more were a fan of 'Dream High' or 'What's Up?' then you will like this drama... maybe even more then you did those (like me) ;)

Story: "The bright and dark side of the world of stars is dramatically captured in this drama by giving a realistic depiction of singer-wannabes ambition and their dash for stardom.
A story about the painstaking work it takes to become a popular singer, the intrigues and betrayals arising from constant meetings and partings, and heartbreaking love that blooms amidst all that. It presents viewers with a glimpse of a life that burns like a flame." MBC (taken from Asianwiki).

Cast: Hwan Hee as Rex - He's been in the industry since he was 13 and he's being suffocated by not being allowed to do the kind of music he wants to do. He tries to break free. I liked him, despite his rude demeanor and sour attitude, he is really just an innocent kid who doesn't know how to share his feelings gracefully - I found him adorable and loveable ^_^ Half of my heart shipped him with Sangmi.
Ji Hyun Woo as Hyuk Joo - He was a rebel in school disobeying everything and was even a part of a gang, he turns into a dancer and goes through hardships with his teammates to make it. I liked him and the other half of my heart shipped him with Sangmi as well lol - He was a total fool in love and that was what mattered most to him... which honestly made it easier for my heart to be split in two. He loved dancing as it made him happy. It was his first dream so to say.
Seo Ji Hye as Sangmi - She was the awkward girl who is a huge fan of Rex - a total devoted and loyal fan - b/c of an incident she tries her best in a field she isn't good in and in doing that she discovers her true talent. I loved her! (to be honest I love any character SJH plays when she is equally innocent, sweet, smart and loveable) ^_^ As I said above I shipped her with both guys hehe - of course if I had to choose I did prefer one over the other but there were a few times where I was ready to kick him to the curb lol
Kim Ok Bin as Hee Soo - I didn't like her personally as a character - she was very selfish and at times quite manipulative (as Hyuk Joo's friends said) she's not all bad however - she is nice but she was just too selfish (and in that there was a lesson to be learned for the viewers) - With all choices there is a price to pay.
Nam Hyun Joo (Poppin Hyun Joon) as Manjong - He's a part of Hyuk Joo's dance team and for me he was the cherry on top of the Ice cream so to speak lol - I was totally shocked when I saw him as I didn't know he was in this drama! but I was even more surprised when I realized he wasn't just a "guest" but had a "supporting" role to play in it! Needless to say I loved it and loved his role in this drama even more - he was smart, clever and entertaining and he always gave good advice!
The rest of the supporting cast was great and I enjoyed everyone - it wouldn't be the same without one!

Music - I loved most of it (there was one English rap song played early on that I did not like and one song of Rex's that I did not like b/c well... uhm... yeah lets just leave it at that - you'll know why if you watch it lol - it's the lyrics ya'll) - but I LOVED at least 3 songs if I remember correctly - one was by Rex (or Hwan Hee) called 'Tomorrow' (and I actually listened to it before I watched this drama several times lol - I have it on CD - I LOVE it), there is a Ballad song by Ji Hyun Woo 'The Single Eyed Fish' (and I'm a total ballad lover so it speaks to my very soul lol), and one BG ballad song by a female artist that I don't know that I really liked. I also quite enjoyed Hyuk Joo's fathers Trot Song lol

Re-watch Value 8/10 - Definitely worth re-watching - and I recommend it to music lovers!
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Soul
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
I knew I would like this drama when I saw the poster and read the synopsis.
At just episode 1, I was sure I would love this drama.
And now, 20 minutes after I finished the last episode, I can say I was correct.

I love series and movies that are not black and white, but where you have to judge the concept of 'evil' yourself - what is too much, is read more revenge always bad, who is the real bad guy - things like these.

The actors... oh, the actors. Im Ju Eun was way better than I expected, but the guys... Lee Seo Jin and Park Gun Il were both just awesome here. Even if the series hadn't been good, I would've finished this just for those two.

I wouldn't say the genre of this is horror though - more psychological thriller, but mostly a study of humanity, in my personal opinion.
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 9.5
i absolutely loVED THIS series omg.

i relate to Pang on many different levels omg.

I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT LOVE SICK IT IS AMAZING WOW
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