2 hours ago
9 of 9 episodes seen
Overall 10
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 9.5
really like this story. even this story is simple, but they have 2 type of triangle love witch is unpredictable from the start.
acting, i mean actor act in this drama good enough. Nanon Karapat show his best acting in this drama, and do to all actor and actress.
even, i rather be disapointed with chimon acting. in this drama he not all out for his character. may be in this drama, his role little bit difference with his role in other his drama before. but i still proud for his work.
loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee episode 7
all you guys must see until 7 episode. its climax in my opinion. my feeling up and down in this episode.
enjoy watching guys

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Zero no Shinjitsu
0 people found this review helpful
3 hours ago
8 of 8 episodes seen
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 5.0
Rewatch Value 6.0
Why did I take so long to finish this??? I started it WAY WAY back when it was originally airing, but couldn't remember to check back for new episodes every week; so, I forgot about it. Then I remembered and only got to watch 3/4 of it before needing to pay attention to God knows what else at the time.

It's so fascinating! You have the strong overarching plot combined with the "sub-plots" of the episodes (that always makes it a great and engaging watch) and, by the time the story is nearing the end, the viewer is able to understand the key factors that ultimately reveal the truth. I did get thrown a couple times, but I'm not the best detective lol. Nevertheless, I learned a lot from this show and hope to find more like this in the future.

An anime that this reminds me of is "Beautiful Bones: Sakurako's Investigation". So amazing. I highly recommend you give it a shot! It's on Crunchyroll:)

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Death Cash
0 people found this review helpful
7 hours ago
10 of 10 episodes seen
Overall 5.0
Story 7.0
Acting/Cast 5.0
Music 5.0
Rewatch Value 1.5
I rather liked the story and it had enough substance to fill a couple of hours.

However, I don't think that the story is good enough to warrant a recommendation, when it's lacking in so many other things.

The production value lacked in some places, such as every time the money 'appeared', and the acting was (mostly) bad.

Character development hugely sucked, and the show only seemed to focus on one character's motivations.

The music (which I assume is down to the show having some ~48 members (?)) did not fit the show, at all. It could have had a much larger effect if it weren't for the poppy song that plays every episode. It made the show lose it's dark atmosphere.

I would not recommend due to these things, which is a shame as the story could have been used to a much bigger effect.

If you are going to watch it, be aware that there's a bit of gore, however I would not say it is scary or suspenseful.

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Eternal Love
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by ruby
9 hours ago
58 of 58 episodes seen
Overall 6.0
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 6.0
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 4.0
So... I just finished this drama and I have a LOT to say.

Note: there will be some minor spoilers in here! And, many typos! Because I was very passionate about how I felt about this drama! I have a lot to say! Bear with me!

Before diving into this review, I want to make clear that I'm so happy so many people enjoy this drama! Chinese wuxia dramas go highly unappreciated and are rarely praised to the extent of this drama. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. If you love this drama, that's great!

With that being said... I've pulled my hair out trying to figure out what all the fuss has been about for this drama.

First things first, the story of this drama feels incredibly odd. There really is no major "conflict" throughout the entire drama, instead many small ones that sporadically occur and get resolved quickly and get all muddled together. And any conflicts that DO occur happen not because they should. What I mean by this is how the plot fails to connect together, the resulting effect of one scenario loosely ties in to the next. For instance, the beginning involves Mo Yuan... and then he just isn't in the drama for 30 episodes. This causes the drama to feel laggy and have zero suspense, because the audience is just constantly expecting what's inevitably going to occur. Further, when something does happen, or a character triggers something to occur, their motivations should align; that's how a story can make sense. I was expecting a big twist or revelation or SOMETHING for everything to all of a sudden make sense, but that never happened.

Now let's talk about characters. As there's no clear conflict that drives the story, you'd expect the characters to be a major reason you'd want to keep watching... but NOPE.

Let's start with Si Yin/Su Su/Bai Qian. I didn't really have a problem with Si Yin other than the fact that she was pretty boring. Honestly, the entire first "world" the drama takes place in is pretty dull, so it's pretty hard for her to make me care. Then, we move on to Su Su. I probably like her the most out of the three, as she's the only one I really felt emotion for. I truly felt pity for her because of the treatment she got as a mortal. As for Bai Qian, she's probably the biggest disappointment of all. She's promised to be an older, wise, witty, strong goddess who kicks ass and drinks all the time. Unfortunately, we get an immature and feeble character who isn't strong to anyone unless she's bullying other women. Legitimately, she only turns "hard" and "strong" when it comes time to use her power against other women (not that some of them don't deserve it, but we'll talk about the "villains" in a bit). She acts rude to what feels like 3/4 of the female cast. If you don't believe me, look at the fact that she immediately becomes timid, soft, and loses all her characteristics when she's around Mo Yuan, Ye Hua, any of her disciple brothers, the king, her brothers, Li Jing, etc.

What's worse than Bai Qian's character, is the relationship between her and Ye Hua. This is probably my biggest problem with this drama, and I've bumped the rating low to a 6 because of this. I haven't seen any reviews really addressing this, so I'm scratching my head wondering if I watched the same drama. Ye Hua borderline sexually harasses her in nearly the ENTIRE third "world" portion of the drama (in the episodes from when Bai Qian reawakens to near the damn end). Ye Hua will jump on top of her, hug her, kiss her, and flirt while she's literally PUSHING him away, exhibiting uncomfortable body language, or telling him to STOP. Is this some kind of unfulfilled fantasy for some people? Is this just a young demographic? Am I in a simulation? Anyways... it's not until near the last ten episodes this changes, and Bai Qian begins to reciprocate affection. Even though her feelings changes that doesn't excuse Ye Hua's behavior prior, and the type of message this sends makes me disgusted. This easily could've been changed by toning own Ye Hua's actions to stop when Bai Qian says no, or just directing Bai Qian's character completely differently. This may seem like an exaggeration, but with such a large audience, dramas need to be aware of the kind of behavior characters act in, even if this medium is only fiction.

Ye Hua doesn't really have a personality, his sole purpose is really to be in love with Bai Qian/Su Su. He used to have somewhat a personality before he meets Su Su, but this pretty much dissolves. Instead of character progression, this character only reverses backwards.

As for Feng Jiu and Dong Hua, they're... fine? They didn't do much harm, but I don't think they added much to the drama either. It's just a stone-faced Dong Hua being chase by a whiny Feng Jiu.

Now we have the villains. I'll be damned if I ever find a drama where the villains aren't some petty jealous women who are jealous of the main lead because they're not as pretty or they don't have the main lead's man or god knows what other stupid reason. Nonetheless, these villains are dumb as hell, they have a stupid motivation, and they are not menacing at all. A villain should be providing a threat, a conflict, an obstacle that stops the hero. Instead, these villains just fill up screen time and provide a major eye roll.

Despite being nearly 60 episodes long, none of the side characters get very fleshed out. Instead, they remain very one-dimensional and forgettable. They're there for the purpose of providing "plot" to the main characters. Albeit, there are MANY, MANY, MANY side characters, so it's kind of hard to make all of them memorable anyways.

Now, on to acting. I've seen Yang Mi in countless dramas, and her acting isn't really anything spectacular or worth major praise, and here's no exception. I think her performance here is adequate, she pulls off the three different characters and cries when she needs to. Mark Chao was pretty decent as well. He can pull off a large variety of expressions convincingly and you can clearly see him acting two different characters. Honestly, I wasn't really blown away by Yang Mi and Mark Chao's chemistry. I don't think it's bad, but I feel pretty underwhelmed after hearing endless comments over how amazing their chemistry was.

However, one thing that bugged me throughout the drama is how awkward the dialogue was delivered. Particularly with the side characters, they literally feel like they are just flat out reading the script in front of you. This isn't really to the fault of the drama, as these character's voices are dubbed so there's no avoiding of this problem.

For cinematography, this drama looks pretty good some scenes but then looks like completely crap in others. The costumes can be overdramatic and look incredibly silly. The CGI is god awful, I'll just put it out there, but when has CGI in Chinese dramas really ever looked good?

But yes, this concludes my rant review of Eternal Love that probably nobody's reading!

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It's Okay, That's Love
1 people found this review helpful
9 hours ago
16 of 16 episodes seen
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 10
An absolutely charming and sensible Non Hee Kyung's (my favorite drama screewriter) and Kim Kyu Tae's (one of my favorite drama directors) work with an incredible cast. I couldn't mention any disadvantage of this drama (well, to tell the truth I dislike one song but as, all in all, this drama has one of the best soundtracks I've heard in dramas, so, it's easy to forgive...).
The story-line is playful and mature at the same time. You can see here a really interesting and complicated theme of Schizophrenia and also, the thing that surprised me, is that some of the different stories showed in the psychiatric clinic, seem unexpectedly well analysed, considering that they are only side stories. You can really find out here about various mental disorders and the potential ways to resolve them.
Another essential aspect of the drama are strong characters incarnated by such actors as Jo In Sung or Gong Hyo Jin. Firstly, I should pay a tribute to Jo In Sung, as I must admit that he's undoubtedly the most talented Kdrama's actor. It's just that judging his acting skills, one must admit that he's the less static and the most realistic, emotionally fulfilled actor we can see in a Kdrama. Although there are many Korean actors I like very much but I must admit that even in their presence Jo In Sung's talent seems incomparably brighter. Jo In Sung has really an exceptional expressiveness. And in this drama his charismatic and complicated character seems more than credible.
Talking about Gong Hyo Jin, I should say that's undoubtedly the best of her characters I've seen. She really differs to many Korean actresses and her individuality helps her to create a very interesting character. Also, the chemistry between these to is absolute.
One of the best things in this show is that even the supporting roles here are incredibly dynamic and well-acted, it's one of these rare cases I didn't want to skip any scene. So it means that this series is a sincere work without the necessity to drag on the series.
Finally, the soundtrack. There are very few cases you can see such a harmony between the soundtrack and the scenes. They really matches one another.

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Wok of Love
1 people found this review helpful
9 hours ago
38 of 38 episodes seen
Overall 9.0
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 8.0
"Was that life? Well then, once more!" -Nietzsche

This quote was brought up multiple times, and fittingly, it sums up the main theme of the drama. Not everything in life goes as planned. There will be ups and there will be downs. What's important is to have to courage to stand back up after falling down, to have the courage to confront the road that's ahead and push forward.

If you've seen Jealousy Incarnate, then you may be familiar with this writer's style. Wok of Love is a romcom at its core, but while it is mostly light and fluffy, it also carries heavy undertones throughout the drama. You'll notice this almost immediately given the beginning isn't all duck soup (sorry I had to make a food pun).

The story revolves around our main cast after experiencing hardships, having the strength to keep moving forward and make what's best of what they have--in the form of cooking. It isn't the most deep or original, but it's something that we can all relate to on some level (the theme at least; I can't cook for my life).

What really made me appreciate this drama was the cast, however. The main leads all had amazing chemistry together, so much so that I was shipping all 3 of them together at many points. Junho and Ryeo Won were adorable together, almost adolescent-like love. The bromance between Junho and Jang Hyuk was on point! And Jang Hyuk's interactions with Sae Woo were so lovable as well. (I know a lot of people are disappointed in this certain topic, but please do remember Jang Hyuk isn't the main male lead in this drama. Do what you will with that information.)

The supporting cast was great as well; I really felt for some characters, especially Park Ji Young and Jo Jae Yun, while others did a great job at pissing me off with their characters. *glares at Kim Sa Kwon, Im Won Hee, and Lee Mi Sook* (but especially Lee Mi Sook--she plays two characters in this drama, and it's amazing how you can feel for one so much, while hate the other)

The music was great, and never really felt out of place; "There's Something" by Jeong Sewoon especially fit so well for those cute, romantic moments, while "At The Usual Time" by Youngjae of GOT7 filled the gap for those hype, epic moments. The comedic and heavy moments also had bgm to compliment their respective scenes.

One major gripe I had with this drama was the episode count. Sadly, the drama was originally supposed to be 40 episodes, and the 2 episodes that were cut had a clear impact on the making of the later episodes. Lots of subplots didn't get wrapped up, or were rather ignored completely. The ones that did get closure ended in a satisfying manner, albeit rushed.

Regardless, this was a very enjoyable watch. The entire cast was spectacular and had great chemistry; so many of their interactions were hilarious. If you're up for some romcom with feels here and there, give Wok of Love a try!

P.S. do NOT watch this drama on an empty stomach.

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Wok of Love
2 people found this review helpful
by 3GGG
10 hours ago
38 of 38 episodes seen
Overall 8.0
Story 7.0
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 9.0
PLOT: Successful, but it floundered
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To say the writers had the story planned out from the beginning might be a lie. I wouldn't be surprised if we learned that they were plotting the story out as they went along because it's far from perfect. Though at the beginning it leaned into melodrama, it found its ground and settled for humor (which was a good call).

That's not to say the transition wasn't entertaining to watch. To simplify it, the show is so much fun you'll ended up willing to overlook some of its glaring flaws. Most of which include entire plot points abandoned halfway without an explanation, only to introduced more plot-points that were later forgotten. If this show could be edited, I would've taken most of those out... especially the one that introduced a pretty dark subject only to brush over it and shelve it...

At any rate, despite its flaws, this is a lighthearted story that's very digestible and, more importantly, enjoyable.

MAIN CHARACTERS: Lovable
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The three charismatic main leads were given a good balance of strengths and weaknesses. And though they weren't always held accountable for their actions, they still showed some measure of growth and change as the story progressed.

Seo Poong (male lead): His character was probably the most relatable. His growth comes from falling to his lowest point and having to claw his way back up. He's equal amounts fearful and arrogant, which makes him a refreshing male lead. The fact that he shows moments of vulnerability and self-doubt goes to show that a strong character can be built through struggles. If one takes a look at his character from the first episode and compares him to who he becomes during the last episode, you'll see he was properly developed.

Dan Sae Woo (female lead): Jung Ryeo Won did a wonderful job of portraying Sae Woo's sassy attitude. Every smile and chuckle felt natural and contagious. She was also a well-rounded character, with moments of strengths balanced by moments of vulnerability. As fun as she was, out of the three main leads, I'd argue she had the least growth. As the episodes rolled by, it became increasingly obvious that she lacked self-reflection. This meant that she wasn't always held accountable for her actions. This in turn resulted in little change to her character when comparing the first episode to the last. The opportunities to develop her were there for the taking, but the writers missed every single one.

Doo Chil Seong (second male lead and the character who stole the show): Chil Seong was so charming, kind and lovable, that he out-shined and out-staged the other leads. And I don't mean as in he gave me second lead syndrome (though he did), but more like his character became the heart of the show. And how could he not? Chil Seong existed outside of the love triangle and was developed far more than the rest. He had the most interesting backstory and he was at the center of the most powerful moments of the series. Chil Seong was a magnet who -- through his charisma and selflessness-- ended up pulling the rest of the cast into his orbit. If you were hesitant to watch this because he's not the main lead, perish the thought! I have a feeling that if you watch this series, you won't regret it.

ANTAGONISTS: Unremarkable
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There's a number of antagonists, each showing a different degree of hostility towards our leads, but honestly, none of them stood out. Their purpose was to progress the story and support the narrative by adding obstacles to force our protagonists (mostly Poong) to grow. So even if they were rather superficial in their development (or lack thereof), they were a useful addition.

SUPPORT CHARACTERS: shallow
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Just like with the antagonists, the support characters served a specific function within the main story and, therefore, didn't get any proper development. However, given their role, I think it was a good call to keep the story focused on the leads. Especially since not all of the support characters were likable.

PORTRAYAL OF ROMANCE: Sweet, nurturing & healthy
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The romance between our leads was great. Lee Jun Ho & Jung Ryeo Won had great chemistry on screen, which made the development of the relationship feel organic. The characters' personalities also meshed pretty well, allowing them both to be equally active in the development of their relationship rather than have one character pursuing the other. In a way, it felt like they were both walking towards one another and met right in the middle.

PORTRAYAL OF BROMANCE: Heartfelt & nurturing
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The relationship between Poong and Chil Seong was a highlight of the show. Although they started on the wrong foot, Poong and Chil Seong built a strong foundation of understanding, loyalty, devotion, and support that culminated in a familial bond. The fact that Lee Jun Ho and Jang Hyuk also had great chemistry, helped sell how quickly they transitioned from friends to "bros".

OVERALL:
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This is a feel-good series. It's not a perfect by far, but it's undoubtedly entertaining and light enough to binge-watch. It's also a series that doesn't ask too much of its audience, which makes it a perfect show to watch after coming home from a hard/stressful day.

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Wok of Love
0 people found this review helpful
11 hours ago
38 of 38 episodes seen
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 10
WARNING: THIS DRAMA WILL MAKE YOU HUNGRY! SO PREPARE YOURSELF!
This drama has many random things, like: Romance, delicious food, drama, comedy, love triangle, betrayal, friendship, family, marriage that go wrong, second lead syndrome, revenge, gangsters, cooks, cook gangsters, "action" (don't take it very seriously), a weird/funny horse (YES A HORSE)... And you know what? Everything was amazing, everything was well written/made.
The drama is super refreshing and will give you the feeling "What the hell is happening???", what made it so funny.
I NEED TO TAKE A LITTLE OF MY TIME TO TALK ABOUT THE HILARIOUS AND UNFORGETTABLE CHARACTERS:
I've never loved a leading actress so much. Loved her honest character and loved the actress. She made me feel everything just with her eyes, I know this can sound weird, but I love seeing her cry, she's so emotional and pure.
Junho!! Loved him in "Just between Lovers" and seeing him as a sexy cook was great.
Jang Hyuk played the lovely gangster, who I fell in love with.
In conclusion, you can see the love triangle created, and I'm sure you will suffer for second lead syndrome, just like me, but honestly that didn't make me feel sad at all, because these 3 leads have the best friendship ever and there's no fights for the girl or jealousy and yet there is the awesome bromance<3
IT'S A FUCKING DOPE TRIO!!!
And we can't forget the support roles, who were hilarious and made the drama complete. I really appreciate seeing Jo Jae Yun in whatever he's in, he's amazing <3
THE ONLY THING I HATED was the mother of the female lead....so annoying and sensitive...
IF YOU ARE THINKING IF YOU SHOULD WATCH THIS DRAMA OR NOT, DO NOT HESITATE AND WATCH IT!!
ONE OF THE BEST DRAMAS OF THE YEAR!

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12 hours ago
3 of 3 episodes seen
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 10
So happy that these clips came out because we get to see more of Nine Percent!

After the show Idol Producer, Nine Percent travels to America where they learn from choreographers and music producers, and also have some fun at Universal Studios. These episodes showcase their life after the show and how they interact with each other. The time they spend in California learning, assigning and rearranging choreography and studio recording times contributes to their future performances, which are the fan meetings they hold when they come back to China.

I'd recommend this to fans of Idol Producer and Nine Percent.

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18 hours ago
4 of 4 episodes seen
Overall 9.0
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 9.5
Music 5.0
Rewatch Value 9.0
Story: this is the second series that i like in UP series after Crazy Artist.. the story is cute. the guy is not over the top like any other UP ambassador portrayed in their series, the guy is basically a normal guy not to mention he is runaway prince so obviously he got his own attitude. but not so over as i said he was being portrayed as normal guy. the story was funny ! and i really love it when the main lead are wearing the girls clothes. pretty sure he is much more beautiful that most of us.. the girl main lead also is just like a normal universities girl which she dont really go around chasing the guy like the other series.. the story is good and lighthearted without any really evil villain.. it just a story between both lead.

Acting/Cast: i really like the acting of both lead, they are so cute. just like crazy artist where u can feel the chemistry between lead and feel sad when the lead is crying.. it is the same with this series.

music: i dont really like it personally.

rewatch: it is the 2nd series that i like in UPrince series. obviously gonna watch it again ! there is no dragging in this 4 ep okay..

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18 hours ago
5 of 5 episodes seen
Overall 7.0
Story 6.5
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 8.0
Story: the story was fun, it was about the mafia daughter who are really stupid and it will frustrated you after some times. and bout the guy that really love the girl since they re small and tease her a lot but always there for her. the story was fun.. the both parents and the main lead are damn funny. and i like it when they bring others u-prince in this series as the lead friends even when that make u quite sad as u realize it the last u-prince series. but for those who watched a lot of other drama like korean, english or others, u will feel annoyed with small details in this series like the fake blood or the sniper laser.

Acting/Cast: it was really good. the chemistry are also good, the girl are annoyingly stupid but funny and cute, the guy are soo nice that you will hope your boyfriend treat you like that

Music: not that obvious to remember

Rewatch: not gonna rewatch it unless im really2 boring.. might watch it again after some time

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18 hours ago
4 of 4 episodes seen
Overall 7.0
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 6.5
Story: the story was okay, it was about the `boring' guy and the fake girl who keep annoyingly smiling no matter what happened. the twist in the series was good.. there story is lighthearted and no hard villain like other lakorn. the story was a bit unrealistic though, but it is the drama and series after all.

Acting/Cast: the girl was very cute and innocent. the guy are very boring to watch. so i guess u can say they acting are good.

Music: dont really remember any ost though, but i purposely watch the ost in u tube and i found it quite good.

Rewatch: i`ll rewatch it if i really got nothing to watch anymore

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18 hours ago
4 of 4 episodes seen
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 10
Rewatch Value 10
Story: this is one of my fav series of uprince. i start to watch u prince because of push and esther, but dont really like their series. i actually wants to skip this series because of its typical stories of geek nerd and hot guy stuff that happened in any other drama. thank god i decide to watch it since i watched u prince in order. i really like how this story was told, how the development between both lead, how the problems occurs, how it was solve, how the ending was wrote, how the scene was wrote. basically they did a great job in writing this. it has the funny, cute, sweet, realistic, and sad scene that sometimes can be relate to you.

Acting/Cast: have to say both main lead got a damn good chemistry, they are really good that u feel like they are in the relationship in the real life. and even the chemistry between lead and his friends are good to see;.

Music: it was good. since the guy is musician in this series, obviously they have lot of song, concert done for you in the series, the sad song really hooked me up that i end up downloading it.

Rewatch: i might even end up rewatching it tomorrow..

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18 hours ago
4 of 4 episodes seen
Overall 9.0
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 9.5
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 9.0
Story: one of the best and sweetest series for u-prince...the story was short that i was hoping for another 2 episode actually. not because the story-line is hanging, but because i cant get enough sweetness here. huhu.. for me the story line is good, they even show part flashback what happened in the last u prince series when the girl become the villain to explain things. the story is damn cute and sweet that u will shout for each scenes. the guy is a bit serious, conservative but u can really see that he care bout the girl, and he suddenly turn into damn sweet boyfriend afterward. the girl is nice even though she is actually a spoilt brat.

Acting/Cast: damn good !!!

Music: i notice one song that i really like though.

Rewatch: i`ll rewatch this whenever that i want some sugar.

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18 hours ago
4 of 4 episodes seen
Overall 9.0
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 10
Rewatch Value 7.0
Story: the story is very good that i got stuck in the 1st ep. the girl lead are not like typical woman. she just portrayed a normal woman who are very dirty at home, and going out with nice clothes and make up, and really love food. the guy is basically love to cook. and cooking without a shirt is a bonus to those who are watching though. haha the story is very cute. they start as friends and start to care for each other. and the main girl lead are quite daring in expressing her feeling but keep the real inner feeling in her.

Acting/Cast: the acting for both are damn good, and their chemistry is good.

Music: the music score highest among other 11 u prince series. i love the ost which was sing both by main lead.

Rewatch: i`ll rewatch it if im bored in next few month.

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