Ye Xiang Ge is a trainee at Linshan Entertainment. Before she made her official debut, she was caught up in a big scandal planned by her own good friend, and her company decided to terminate the contract. After being jobless, Ye Xiang Ge met the cold-hearted CEO of Su Group, Su Mu Chen, to be an intern at his company. Then something incredible happened, a 5-year-old boy named Su Zian came to Ye Xiang Ge and said he was her son from the future. Then, Su Zian also said that his father was Su Mu Chen, and Ye Xiang Ge was shocked. After Su Mu Chen knew about this, he had no choice but to live with them. In the process, Ye Xiang Ge and Su Mu Chen slowly fell in love with each other. (Source: MyDramaList) ~~ Adapted from the manhua "Mommy, Where's My Daddy?" (萌宝来袭: 妈咪我爹地呢?) by Ake Culture (阿柯文化). Edit Translation
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Short filler drama if idol/ceo/kid dramas are your thingI honestly have no idea why I enjoyed this so much, but I did. It’s absolutely ridiculous to be honest. Each episode is 10 minutes (30 episodes total) which doesn’t even seem like enough time to get acquainted with the characters yet at the same time I was invested in the story. Speaking of the story, the plot is all over the place. From the time traveling kid to the domineering CEO/idol thing the main couple has going on, to the grandfather showing up randomly half way in, I don’t really know why I kept watching it besides the fact that it was entertaining. It also might have helped that I had read the webtoon beforehand so I knew the storyline to some extent ahead of time. The acting really depends on the “episode” you are watching, some of it is good, some of it is okay, some of it is meh. However, it wouldn’t surprise me if we see some of the leads in bigger dramas in the future.
Overall, it’s nothing revolutionary. The plot is not something you will end up having a length conversation about with fellow drama watchers or even remember a few dramas later, but I will say it’s cute in a completely ridiculous way and it’s a fairly easy watch since it’s so short. Great filler drama if idol/CEO/kid dramas are your thing.
Bad directorship with really awkward scriptFirstly, the story of a child time traveling to the past to meet his parents sounds familiar right? Right, we all know which Korean film it was adapted from. However, the cast of the kid is the reason why this drama is going to survive; they picked the right kid to cast for this adorable role.
Secondly, the opening song sounds like any typical kpop song and it definitely did not fit the opening of this drama. You are going to vomit blood whenever there is an awkward insertion of a song during some heartthrob moments or skin contact between the main leads. Indeed awkward choice of songs that did not bring the correct mood.
Thirdly, the script was badly written. The choice of words is important in building characterisation. However, the scriptwriter did not consider that and the male lead did not sound like an overbearing rich boss as described. The female lead could not portray the feelings too. The introduction was badly planned out. I understand that this was meant to be about 5 episodes (300 mins) but the scenes in the first 9 episodes were simply rushed out that it did not create a logical flow of plot. I have seen many Japanese dramas that are as short as 5 episodes and the plots were really well planned out unlike this drama. The introduction is really important as it determines if the audience is going to continue watching it or not.