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Royal Sister Returns
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56 minutes ago
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Overall 6.5
Story 5.0
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 5.0
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The beginning was great! Lots of funny scenes. Great chemistry between the main leads. Then there's the first plot twist which turned out to be a misunderstanding. Then there's the 2nd plot twist with the hero getting amnesia. If that's not bad enough, the way he suddenly recovered his memory was ridiculous too. Things seemed to be going well. But another bomb was dropped. The main characters had to separate just to fulfill one of the character's wish because she was dying of cancer. I mean seriously? Was the writer possessed or drunk? Heck this drama went from almost a 10 to almost zero if not for the awesome actors and great soundtrack by Zhu Yi Long. Overall, it's watchable but the storyline is ridiculous. I don't think it's a waste of time watching this. Despite the crappy storyline, it's still an entertaining drama.

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The Bride of Habaek
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9 hours ago
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Overall 5.0
Story 5.5
Acting/Cast 5.0
Music 5.0
Rewatch Value 4.0
I was completely disappointed by this after watching the first episode and so I dropped it afterwards.

For those who loved it, I'm sorry for not giving this a chance. But the main reason why I disliked it after its first episode was because it strayed light years away from its original source material.

I have read the manhwa before this came out (and I probably shouldn't have since it resulted with a terrible reaction to the drama) and I loved it. So with the hype (and the poster) going around the internet before it premiered, I had high expectations on it. And it was such a disappointment to finally watch it only for it to deliver such a far off plot.

I was reluctant to continue watching the first episode but gave it a chance. However, its huge gap and differences eventually turned me off to the point of dropping the entire drama.

For one, the manhwa was melodramatic and tragic with less comedy in it. It was nothing like the drama that forces comedy in every "I am Habaek" introductions of the first episode.

The entire premise of the manhwa was far from the one in the drama. For those who didn't know and read the manhwa, here is a list of the differences between the source and the drama (as far as its premise goes):
1. Habaek's bride was supposed to be the sacrifice of her village in order for Habaek to end the long drought. Therefore, anyone could be Habaek's bride, not just So ah (as the drama highlights her to be his destined bride). He did not know who could his bride be until So ah arrived in his world.
2. Habaek was actually a little boy in the morning and his true, older self at night (and there's some background story that explains that).
3. The setting of the manhwa mainly took place in habaek's world and not in the mortal world. There were no "travelling betwen worlds".
4. The manhwa's a romance tragedy NOT rom-com (which has a very different tone).

Those were a few differences but it felt that the drama has robbed the manhwa with its characters and concept and created a whole new story, claiming it their own. It was somehow disrespectful to the writer of the manhwa (as how I saw it) to rewrite the entire plot and leave only the characters. And those who have actually read the manhwa will understand where I'm coming from.

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Love by Chance
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10 hours ago
14 of 14 episodes seen
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Overall 9.0
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 8.0
STORY: The story revolves around Pete and Ae, who meet by accident (quite literally) on their college campus. Pete takes an instant liking to Ae's kind personality and helpfulness. Over the first few episodes, their friendship develops gradually and soon, both the boys find themselves wishing for something more.

There are a few side couples in the show. My favourite was TinCan. In fact as the show progressed, I found myself getting more interested in their story-line rather than the main couple. I just wish they had a bit more screen time.

(SPOILERS AHEAD)
Now coming to the main problem with this series: The rape. Yes, of course there was a rape scene. WHY has it become a trend in BL for there to be a rape scene?I don't understand and this needs to stop. What Kla did to to P'No was unforgivable in my opinion.
On the other hand, the show also had a good representation of what rape victims went through, as well as a concept I have never seen before in BL drama: philophobia
(SPOILERS END)

ACTING/CAST: Perfect.
I literally have no other words. You know how in most BL dramas the actors look super-awkward and all the intimate scenes feel forced? Well, you won't find that in this series. Each and every actor seemed to have understood their character extremely well. It felt so real.

MUSIC: I personally liked all the songs. Although, many people seem to have problems with it.

I really hope they make Season 2!! TinCan has a lot of potential

OVERALL RATING: 9

~ Kotonami chan

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Le Jun Kai
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10 hours ago
9 of 9 episodes seen
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Overall 6.5
Story 7.0
Acting/Cast 7.0
Music 6.5
Rewatch Value 6.0
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After watching Cruel Romance, I was craving for more rough-edged and complex male leads who constantly acts tough and cold but is actually madly in love with the female leads. And so this is why I decided to watch Le Jun Kai despite its weak synopsis.

The characters lack depth but was able to deliver the right emotions and the right moments. Le Jun Kai seemed like a sadistic son of a b–. However, once you look into his character deeper, you’ll find that his character is so complex. You’ll eventually find his character as a sad one and you’ll emphatize with him throughout the drama.

And some of you might find Li Ye as a weak female character but honestly, I don’t think she’s a weak character. To be able to leave the love of his life, live poorly, and raise their son was as strong as she can get. It is not easy to take the path Li Ye has taken and I believed that was courageous of her.

Their love story was so complicated and tragic–the type of story that I would want to hear. Uncommon and emotional. And even though we mostly got tear-jerking scenes from the two, we cannot deny the mixture of complex emotions the drama had.

The story was pretty much condensed as it was a 20-minute nine episodes. It seemed like it was a movie cut into tiny pieces. Which was probably why the entire plot was not as strong as the other dramas. It was too fast-paced for some but it had potential if it had been stretched out into a full drama.

However, in my opinion, its compact and fast-paced story was its charm. Even though there were tons of plot holes left, the drama was able to convey the right emotions. Still, I just wished they could've elaborated even a little bit more on the story in order for us, viewers, to get a clearer view on its entirety.

Overall, it was a decent melodrama that is not for the weak-hearted. A drama that deserved a far better ending scene than the one it had.

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Love by Chance
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11 hours ago
14 of 14 episodes seen
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Overall 7.0
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 6.0
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I don't typically write reviews since I find most BL's follow the same tropes so reviews get pretty repetitive to me but I felt compelled to this time. Prepare yourselves! LBC started on such a high note that expectations are raised right out of the gate. In case you didn't see, yes this review contains spoilers so here it comes.

I was both baffled and beyond happy when Pete came out to his mom. There's a lot of BL's that just hint that the parents know but LBC had Pete come straight out and say it. I applaud them for that and loved the relationship with his mom. I love that they spoke to each other and she made sure he knew that he was her son regardless. It was beautiful and everyone needs to hear that from their parent so I was on cloud nine. The relationship between Ae and Pete, too, was superb. They were caring, had their issues but always wrapped them up fairly quickly and were an all around good role model for LGBTQ+ youth. Their story was so pure and warm that it makes one's insides turn to goo! If I could only rate this on their story it'd be a 10 out of 10 but, my issues come with the final 3 couples that, if it was only them, would drop this story to practically a zero.

Let's start out with my biggest issue, KengklaxTechno. That was rape. It was straight up rape, uncomfortable and unsettling to watch, especially since there was Tum and Tar's story about rape so...how and why? But they're next. Simply put, I feel KengklaxTechno's so called "relationship" was rushed because there probably won't be a second season. If they were going to do that, they should have just ended it without them ever getting together, have a little kiss and leave it open ended rather than fall into yet another rape story line. Not only is it an insult to the LGBTQ+ community, but also, men in general should be insulted that, somehow, every show makes it seem like they can only think with the head between their legs.

Onto the TumxTar story, which I didn't have a lot of issues with but they were forgettable. They didn't have a lot of screen time, especially considering that Tar was assaulted. I would love if they would have their own show to focus on the trauma a sexual assault survivor goes through but this just rushed it and fell into some unsettling moments as well, like when Tum tried to force himself on Tar. It was unfortunate because they could have had so much more time and energy given to them. It's sad they didn't get it.

Lastly, the TinxCan story, which I admit I'm biased as I loved them since the whole "enemy to lovers" thing is my downfall but, I'll do my best to stay unbiased! I simply hate how there's still sad endings for LGBTQ+ stories. We've had enough of them and I find them so unnecessary. If anyone should have got the "tragedy" ending, it should have been KengklaxTechno since their relationship was nonexistent but, instead, it's forced onto two characters that could have had a real good story. There's so much to Tin's backstory with his family that they could have a show of their own, especially since, yes, they made it seem like Can was falling for Tin. Slowly, but feelings were developing. I feel that, if they didn't see a second season in the making, it should have at least ended on a happier note but instead we're left with this and no guarantee of a season two so...

Sadly, I feel like LBC went down hill. I'm not saying don't watch it, Ae and Pete are totally worth re-watching and enjoying their story but...it's not a 10 for me anymore. I'd say a solid 7 thanks to Ae and Pete, they saved the show so, I guess, go in with low expectations or just to watch Ae and Pete. I do plan to re-watch them from time to time and, yes, I'll still hope for season two to hopefully fix the issues but that is unlikely from what I've heard. Overall, LBC had real great potential but, sadly, it didn't quite hit the mark. It's still a sweet show but, if there isn't a second season, I don't think it will be memorable for long.

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Cruel Romance
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11 hours ago
40 of 40 episodes seen
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Overall 7.5
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 7.0
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 7.0
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I am a sucker for rough-edged and complicated male leads and so after reading its synopsis and watching a few clips of it on youtube, I finally decided to watch it. By the end of it, I was only left with mixed emotions.

The start off was pretty strong. We got an innocent but strong-willed female lead and a good-looking rough-edged male lead. The story seemed to be solid as it took off with a concrete conflict.

However, as the drama went on, Rong Jinxiu, the female lead, became too naive for my taste. And I tried too hard to understand her situation and her character as to why she made such terrible decisions in the middle of the drama. But there were just some points that was just a bit too dumb. The good thing was her character developed quite a lot, although it was more of a roller coaster ride for her.

Zou Zhen was just dreamy. He was a tough guy yet a charming little pup when he falls in love. There were moments, though, when he was too blindsided because of his love that he dismissed all logic just for Jinxiu--a dumb yet somehow romantic move.

Maeda Ryuichi/Qian Tian as the main antagonist was a feat of the drama. His character was so complex and unpredictable and ruthless you would have a hard time loving and hating him at the same time. I just loved his character development despite some flaws. Plus, Maeda Ryuichi is one of the sexiest antagonist I have ever seen.

The story had its ups and downs. Like I said, it started off with a strong point. But it slowly got lost along the way as side stories overshadowed the main plot. Halfway through the drama, the plot dragged so slow I was a bit reluctant to continue on.

The OTPs' story got lost (literally) in the middle and came back only with 10 episodes left. There were a little too many side stories for us to handle and the plot became way too complicated and messy.

But the plot twists were at least unexpected. And with such a complex story, we expected it to have a decent and just ending. Instead, we were given a mediocre and anticlimactic one, which I think was the result of rushing the rest of the untold story and condensing it all in the remaining episodes.

The relationship and chemistry of the OTPs were strong. Yes, they had bad times, and I'm not talking about the conflicts in the story. But they were lovable in the end.

Overall, the drama was quite a delight. Although a bit sloppy at times, I still enjoyed watching it. And I wouldn't deny that Cruel Romance has left an impression, strong enough for me to have the urge to revisit it some day.

*note: for a detailed review on the characters, plot, relationships, points and flaws of Cruel Romance click here https://tinyurl.com/y935e3vq

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Accidentally in Love
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12 hours ago
30 of 30 episodes seen
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Overall 9.0
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 10
Rewatch Value 9.0
I'd almost completely given up on dramas because I was annoyed at how melodramatic, stereotypical, and boring they all were, but I saw this one on Netflix and decided to try it out, especially since the episodes are only 20ish minutes long, instead of the usual 40 minutes! I was hooked on the first episode and enjoyed it so much!

I loved the directing and aesthetic style of this series: the colors were bright and helped set the mood, and the characters were so cute genuinely made me laugh. The MC (Qingqing) is one of my favorites of all time because her personality was so distinct and strong. Her and Fangfang's friendship is also one of my favorites; you can tell they genuinely loved and supported each other. The main guy was also pretty funny, and I loved that he had no problem dressing up like a woman at times, and the show never acted like it was sooo humiliating to do so.

The ending and last couple arcs (probably the last 5 episodes) was... weird,... and definitely fell into old (and not good) drama / dramatic stereotypes (like trying to be #angsty drama kinda way). But the tone and style of all the other episodes was still great! All in all, a great comedy with a great cast and beautiful cinematography.

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Accidentally in Love
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12 hours ago
30 of 30 episodes seen
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Overall 9.5
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 10
This is a very lighthearted, cute drama to binge watch. The actors were adorable and the chemistry was amazing. Usually, I find side romances to be boring, however, with this drama it was definitely worth watching. The second female lead was probably the most negative thing about the show and I wish she had a better redemption storyline. The aesthetic of the show was very pleasing and really added to the atmosphere of the entire show. They shot the show in some really amazing places. I also loved the development of the main couple and how they helped each other out in many ways. In terms of the acting, you could tell they are new to acting but it adds to the show, considering they are all in college and it's mainly just a romance comedy. The ending of the drama was also satisfying, a little cheesy, but good overall.

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Ashes of Love
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13 hours ago
63 of 63 episodes seen
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Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.5
Rewatch Value 9.5

Want to experience a broken and mended heart? Yass, it’s the feels that matters...

You ever watched a show that got you feeling everything with the characters? Or maybe you’re bored with the usual cliches storyline/dramas and want to watch something different/unique...action/wuxia, immortals, fantasy, romance, mystery, etc.

Well, ain’t I lucky. This show was a masterpiece, it was my oxygen, taking my time away from reality. Ok, maybe I exaggerated a bit, but it was still nonetheless my favorite. XD

*Story: It’s definitely one of a kind! Adding in the Unfeeling Pill to the story made everything changed. To me, I felt like it’s the start of the main character’s development. Indeed, it did caused a lot of misunderstandings and pain, but it also teaches us, the audiences, the true, inner you. Also, the story was well developed since every episodes had me yearning for more.

*Acting/cast: I already knew most of the characters in this show and like always, they’ve never failed to impress me. Yes, Jin Mi may’ve looked as though she’d overreacted but that’s only in the beginning. Her character was supposed to be innocent, childish, and playful and I think she nailed it with her acting. Besides, everyone’s acting was on point, especially Moon Immortal and Phoenix. I honestly have a love/hate relationship at some point with their characters.

*Music: The osts were either intense, sad, or a joyful tune. They were truly mesmerizing to my ears when I finished the show. At first, I wasn’t ‘really’ obsessed with it since I couldn’t really decipher it towards the drama. However, I finally realized its meanings of the lyrics and poured my heart out towards the osts. My favorite was “Upwards to the Moon” since it had a really powerful tune and voice. I got used to the high voice and came to love it :)

*Rewatch Value: Well, this was one hell of long drama although it was sooo worth the watch. I wished that I could erase all my memories of this drama and watch it again without knowing anything, I’d be blessed XD. But for now, I’d probably just go rewatch all of my favorite scenes. However, maybe wait for one or two months, and I’ll totally rewatch it from the start!

*Overall: I’d give this a 10/10. If this ain’t your cup of tea, then I don’t know what to say since y’all totally missing out but oh well ;) Everything had me hooked up since the start to end. If you’ve liked TMOPB, TLOC(Jin Mi starred in here too XD) then you’ll definitely like AOL too. Besides, don’t underestimate this drama cause it’ll leave you with surprises.

PS- It was soooo hard to bottle up my emotions to myself when I’m watching in public, lol

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Ongoing 4/50
Our Glamorous Time
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16 hours ago
4 of 50 episodes seen
Ongoing 0
Overall 9.5
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 7.5
Rewatch Value 10
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First I want to claps for another Ding Mo's pieces that being made into a drama~~~
People who watch this maybe said "why is the opening different from the novel?" etc but the way they did the drama more logical and easily being made than the one in the novel. The actors and actresses did a good job to act their characters and QianZhicheng mysterious backer Lin Mochen being presented earlier and show he was a normal human than in novel.

The bgms, opening and ending songs were perfectly picked. I love the customs since it based on fashion theme the apparel not so much showy (tacky) and poor either (they change it from bag to fashion apparel). First 4 episode did a good job for attracting us to another episode, the tense per episodes perfectly made offer us to concentrate more, the lines, angles, and their position were good. Scriptwriter Ji An and Director Zhang Feng did a very good job make OGT like this~~~ What I was shocked that Meng Rui so excellent portrait the bast*** Chen Zheng.
Like The Eternal Love 2 this drama will be on my bucket list drama.

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Accidentally in Love
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16 hours ago
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Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.5
Rewatch Value 10
i love this show i binged watched it for 2 days im rewatching it when i have time again highly recommend it because the story is interesting, the shows funny, it realistic, its romantic, and overall amazing! just watch it if you want to have a good laugh or a moment of fangirling
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Rang Mai Hua Jai Derm
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by Soju
17 hours ago
16 of 16 episodes seen
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Overall 8.0
Story 7.5
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 9.5
Rewatch Value 7.0
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This drama could have easily been a 9/9.5 drama. Easily. The plot's general concept was very alluring, something that grabbed my attention and kept it there enough to make me commit 17.3 hours of my life to this drama. For the most parts, I'll say that I enjoyed this drama very much. It's not a bad drama, definitely, and I'll recommend this to everyone! But it definitely has some faults that I could not overlook. I'll list the positives and negatives down below for easier reading.


>> SOME POINTS THAT I DID NOT LIKE:
1. The second female lead is obnoxiously irritating. One thing I really hate is when people do not know their social status. She was a snake that bit the same owner who took her in as her secretary and gave her a good life just because of her own insane jealousy and delusion that she could even compare to Pat. A good load of great things that gave her in the end. *rolls eyes*

2. I do not want to say that Pat/Lan (the female lead) was very dismissive of the body that she has acquired and the responsibilities and reality that comes with it. But she was.

Firstly, after she comes 'back to life' in Lan's body, she completely disregards that the body she is in has a family of her own and is actually married. She completely decides to give no face to Lan's father and refuses to live as Lan at first, which I felt was very sad for the actual Lan who was now dead.

Secondly, Pat/Lan totally ignored the fact that she had a husband, which could really bring up a lot of problems in the future. Of course, Pat/Lan did not like her 'husband' at all. Therefore, I do not see why a divorce was not something she seeked first and foremost after finding out that she's married in this new body.

Finally, When Pat/Lan realised how evil and high-reaching Kaew is, she still endured her 'feces' and let her pull and push her around until the almost end. A lot of things, I believe, would have been better if she had just revealed the truth about Kaew to Win (Especially since she had proof).

>> SOME GOOD POINTS:
1. This drama was not draggy. It was conscious in that it knew where it was going and went there swiftly.

2. Kawin's loyalty is precious. Even though he was a little slow in the beginning, he was still firm.

3. Noojoon is a treat to my heart. He really was a great best friend and comic relief.

4. I appreciated the variety and complexity of the characters in this drama. You could see that there are good people, and bad people, and good people that do bad things intentionally or unintentionally and repent. It was more close to real life. I liked that.

5. The plot is good for most parts. Because it's not draggy, not a lot of 'arguments' carry on for a lot of episodes unnecessarily. I liked that.

6. The bad guys really got their karma back.

>> CONCLUSION:
After watching the drama and sleeping on it, I really like this drama despite its shortcomings. It made me laugh and smile and cry and get really pissed off. But I liked it a lot, still.

8/10.

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City Hunter
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18 hours ago
20 of 20 episodes seen
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Overall 9.0
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 5.0

Great action, too much sentimental romance

I tried this out because of Lee Joon Hyuk from "Are you human too?" I like his cool, dark looks here. But this felt slow, slow at the start and then half of it was taken up with (yawn) romance and I wasn't sure if it was worth waiting for the 10 minutes of action at the end of the episode to find out what happens -the "targets" have more lives than a cat. Lee Min Ho jumping about looking pretty does not compensate. I could really not take seriously Park Min Young as a top state bodyguard? bang!! aaaaaagh - the president just got shot: ( Not a terribly original story - revenge and romance. This was on hold with me about half way through but in the second half it improved hugely, so I'm glad I stuck with it. Still too much sentimental romance for me got in the way of the plot but they certainly hooked me with the cliffhanger endings! They could have cut out the romance and taken 10+ minutes off the episodes or reduced to 16 episodes and it would have been much better all through imo. Really good towards the end. Well it got to the end and it was very well worked out, although in one respect not the ending I would have wished. Can not quite give this a 10/10 due to the above problems, but in the end a very good 9+ .

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Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo
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21 hours ago
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Overall 10
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 10
I just can't resist writing a review for this one, because it's so monumentally wonderful. The main character, Jung Joon-hyung, was so fluffy and wonderful and I loved the light, happier vibe to it, and the soundtrack was fun! I loved Kim Bok-Joo's character, too, because she could lift heavy stuff but had a desire to be feminine and pretty. I really loved how they portrayed the family dynamics and the progression of romance between the two leads. It was completely natural, and Jung Joon-hyung was so good at being so dang smitten.

I wish he didn't call Kim Bok-Joo "fatty" all the time, though, especially when she was trying to lose weight. I love his goofy character most of the time, but I thought that was a bit too mean. No insults about physical appearance. I loved that he was absolutely smitten from the start, though. He had it bad and he didn't even deny it. He was just considerate and happy and sweet to her all the time and just genuinely adored her. She didn't realize it as soon, which I thought was realistic, too, since all she knew was that she liked being around him. I loved that she came to the realization more that she never wanted to be away from him, more than just the physical romance side of things, y'know? But yeah, I loved the absolute pure joy and comfort they found with each other and how they showed their love. You never forgot that they respected each other, either, because they would always be selfless to each other, and I loved that Kim Bok-Joo made him want to be a lot more selfless and caring to her. I loved that he thought of her as a girl and wanted to treat her as such, too. Goodness gracious, I just can't give enough praise to this show!

Fluff factor: so sweet it could give you a cavity

Overall, I really enjoyed the fluffiness and lightheartedness of the show! And I'm always a sucker for fluff. I liked the acting well enough, and I absolutely loved all of Jung Joon-hyung's lovesick faces. I just can't emphasize how good he was at being so super smitten! 10/10 will probably rewatch like 8 times

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School 2013
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22 hours ago
16 of 16 episodes seen
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Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 10
This is one of the first ever K-Drama's I've watched and I love it so so so much (it's still my favorite drama out of all that I've watched so far tbh). It's amazing in so many ways. I appreciate that it wasn't much (or any at all if I think about it) romance, because rather than throwing in romance, the main focus is on the students (2 in particular, you know who I mean) and their lives, friendships, struggles, ups and downs etc. I really love the chemistry between Lee Jong Suk and Kim Woo Bin, they did an excellent job in portraying their characters/roles (everything felt very real, which I appreciate a lot). Long story short - this drama through me on a rollercoaster of emotions and feels. I cried, laughed, got so mad that I wanted to punch the wall beside me, I hid behind a pillow at those cute and soft moments. Ugh, idk what else to say. I just really love and appreciate this drama. I 100% recommend others to watch this or continue to watch it if you've dropped it for some reason. <3

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