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Cheese in the Trap
7 people found this review helpful
Mar 5, 2016
16 of 16 episodes seen
Completed 1
Overall 9.5
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 9.5
Music 10
Rewatch Value 9.5
Absolutely fell in love with this drama. It's not like any other K-Drama. Definitely on my top 5.

The story line itself is unique as it is based on the web-toon, but I think the writers and staff did a great job turning it into a drama. The story itself had the love story romance and a little comedy, but the twist of a lot of the character's personalities also made it a thriller. I also thought the acting by all the cast was just so realistic and professional. I haven't heard of many of these actors and actresses before, but they are now people that I am going to look out for in future dramas.

The music behind the story also fit in so well. It's not the typical high note, out of this world vocal with an intense orchestra playing in the background, but it's arguably the opposite. It's soothing, calm vocals accompanied with the acoustic piano and guitar. You can also get the comedy feel of the quirkiness of the background music as well. The music was one of the things that set this drama apart from others and also a factor into why I love this drama.

When the drama first came out, I re-watched the first 4 episodes over and over again because I couldn't wait to see the next episode a week later. It was that good to me. This is a drama that I will definitely re-watch and recommend to everyone.

I would also suggest reading the web-toon, which isn't finished yet. I think you can understand the characters more through the web-toon. You can especially learn more about Yoo Jung's character specifically. It's always good to read the original.

Cheese in the Trap, Fighting! ^.^

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Ongoing 3/16
Search: WWW
0 people found this review helpful
Jun 21, 2019
3 of 16 episodes seen
Ongoing 0
Overall 7.5
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 7.5
Search: WWW is definitely one of the dramas that drew me to watch as I came across a few spoilers of scenes from a few episodes. Starting off with the production or cinematography of it, it is definitely unique and focuses on visually portraying the emotions of the characters and the vibes coming from the scene. This drama is a big user of those long shots of the characters from different angles and the use of light, but it all adds to the unique visual of how this drama was shot and put together. Visually, it is very aesthetic and pleasing to the eyes.
Personally, I am big fan of the plot as well. The fact that the main focus of the drama is not necessarily a romantic relationship between Park Morgan and Bae TaeMi (although, I love the scenes of them together), but actually the three women : Bae TaeMi, Scarlett, and Song Gayeong, is very refreshing and far more interesting in my opinion. The fact that it stars three strong, powerful women as the leads sends a strong message as well as adds a different dynamic to the drama. If there is one character I would like to see more developed, it would be Gayeong (Unicon). We have a glimpse of what kind of pressure she's under, but I think the question would be whether she is defined by those pressures and the people giving them to her or if she will be able to rise above and come out on top.
I mentioned before that the romantic relationship with Tae Mi is not the main focus of the plot from what I can gather after watching the first three episodes. Nevertheless, their plot is no less interesting and unique from the start. It does make you wonder more about the background of Park Morgan, but that might be revealed later on. Anyways, I've been a big fan of the actor Jang Kiyoung for awhile, so I kept my eye on this drama to see where it might lead. I am not disappointed with this drama yet and I'm looking forward to see where it is headed.

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