Emergency Couple
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by Djam
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8 hours ago
8 hours ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 9.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 8.5
  • Rewatch Value 8.5
At first I wasn't going to watch this. It looked like it was going to be another boring and cliched love story.

I watched the first episode and was caught. Even though the title said "emergency couple," especially with the way it started, I wasn't expecting the medical drama aspect. This kept my attention and made the show more enjoyable. There was only one "potential" couple from the supporting cast that wasn't read more quite believable, they could have left out. There were a few slow portions towards the end but overall, I was happy. Yes, it had the same character types that every Kromance has, like the mom, who hates the love interest, but it had aspects that didn't fit the "norm," and that's what had me till the end. One more key item....I haven't laughed out loud at a show in a while, but this had me laughing several times. No other comedy/romance had done that for me previously. I think that made it stand out more for me.


spoiler: I'm still waiting for Dr. Ang to get punched 5 more times.
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Scarlet Heart
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9 hours ago
9 hours ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 9.0
First let me say that this is my first review about some Chinese drama and first review about a historical one. I have recently started to watch Chinese dramas and only watched a very few of them but after this one I'll be definitely watching more. The reason why I haven't watched before is cause of the large numbers of episodes, they're always too long. So you got to have more time read more for that. Anyway with historical dramas somehow time goes so fast and drama kept that interesting part all the way, not becoming boring at all. At least that was the case with Scarlet heart.

And now I'll be starting to write about this magnificent piece. The review will be a little bit long because I really have to say a lot about this drama and how it has captured me forever.
I liked everything. Literally. First of all the story: history, time travell, Qing Dynasty, all those princes and the main girl who had so many different relationship with all of them. Attracted me from the start. Then Liu Shi Shi is such a natural beauty, such a delightful creature and amazing actress, I started because of her, the rest of the cast I haven't seen before. But they were all so fantastic and I'll be stalking some of their works for sure from now. Every one of them portrayed their roles perfectly and without a flaw. I loved the scenery in this drama, oh so many beautiful scenes with snow, snowflakes at night, during the day, season changing from refreshing spring with cherry tries and so many beautiful flowers, through the warm autumn with wonderful leaves to the cold winter with white pure snow. The colours were astonishing and I was purely enjoying in that, every scene was so filled with many colours and beauty, it was such pleasure for the eyes. Not to mention the dresses, the coats, hair, make up, all that jewelry, oh I was glued to the screen all the time. ;-) I was even captured by the porcelain and all those wonderful tea cups, I imagined that I drank tea from those cups.
All these things made this drama to be for true one of the best drama ever. But what was the best part of it (still is) and what made this drama so differently was the relationship she had with all the princes. It was written exceptionally and I really admire the writer for that. I loved how here we have so much more male leads and roles and less women, I always enjoy and love more when there are more guys in a drama, somehow everything is better, friendship, relationship, more intelligent minds and there aren't annoying and hysterical women who only scream and gossip around. ;-) Anyway in Scarlet heart we got to see so many various and colorful relationship between Ruo Xi and the princes, it simply crawls under your skin and you can't stop but love them all. Every one of them had so important role in a drama and in Ruo Xi life and that was the best part of it. You don't have one perfect man who, let's be honest, doesn't exist in real life, you get to see many men with all their flaws who when you take the best from them become one perfect guy.

What I found to be so fantastically done is that through the whole drama you could see how all of them change, how not everything is sunshine and rainbows, and someone you knew can become someone you can't recognize through time. The drama does an amazing job of showing how greed can poison everything and destroy your loved ones. Yes, the love is in the main focus but it's not only about love, it is a fight between the brothers over the throne, it is a constant battle who will become the Emperor, it involves a politics, some palace intrigues but most of all it keeps you so attached and captivated every moment that you literally lose time about everything and everyone else.
With the love as the center of everything, I would like to say that it was done so incredibly perfect where every characters gets their "5 minutes of glory", of course some of them more, but you really get to see the stories of all of them, how and why they loved who they loved, some loves were sad, some happy, some left with bittersweet taste, some passionate and true to the bone, some one sided and all of them were no matter of their endings, filled with hope and faith.

My heart has won from the beginning 13th prince, from the first second his interaction with Ruo Xi. He was so sweet, free, carefree, a man who will do anything for his brothers without some hidden goal. A guy who was no doubt the best material for her, it was such a pity that they haven't fall in love with each other. But then again, they had the friendship one of a kind - one in which people should envy. A friendship that is unselfish, truthful and doesn’t have ties attached to it. Because their friendship is so strong, they believe in each other no matter what or in whatever circumstances. They never questioned each other and they don’t need to know or hear a reason for anything, simply because they trust each other. He was her soulmate friend.

***** SPOILER ALERT! I will be writing about some parts her relationship with some princes so if you don't want to know nothing then don't read the next lines. *****

As the show progressed I started to like 14th prince, put aside that he was from the start the best looking guy and the tallest one, I meant for his character, I started to like him more and more and in the end I thought why she hasn't loved him? He was kind, strong, loyal, a little fierce, and a tad ambitious. But his defining characteristic for me was his steadfast and unwavering nature. The defining moment for this character for me was when he made a promise to come save the woman he loved if ever she needed him. She had only to send one word and he’d come. And when she called him he came running to her. He’s the type that will stay loyal until the day he dies even if some think he should give up. But he’s also not the type to restrict you and trap you if you want to be free. He was a true man for me and I fell in love with him.
As for the two men she loved, first I would tell something about the 8th prince. He’s so angelic, very gentlemen and always warm to others. It was natural for her to fall for him although she knew she wasn't supposed to. Knowing that he’s gonna have such an ending, she sympathies and pities for him. Rouxi is in a confusion state with her feelings, she doesn’t know if she really likes him or just pity him for his fate. But then she realize that she does have feelings for him. 8th Prince and Rouxi love each other, but not enough to give up everything. It’s a beautiful love story, but they’re not fated to be with one another. It’s a love worth remembering, but it’s a love that can no long be. Somehow I saw him as her protector and she was his, their love was replaced by respect and protectiveness until the end.
As for the 4th prince, that was her love to the core. Their chemistry was undeniably sizzling. Their passionate truly pure love seared through our hearts and souls that we were left heartbroken when they were apart. Their intense love and longing for each other induced us into crying fits when the magnolia flower finally fell off her grip, and when he broke down in tears as he looked at the belongings left behind by his beloved. 4th Prince is always cautious and well-hidden, but to Rouxi, he’s different. He can be honest with her, telling her he wants the throne and such It’s an adorable, yet touching and interesting romance - it’s love. It’s a love, not just worth remembering, but a love that can last a lifetime, even when they’re not together. When 4th Prince finally became Emperor, there were more obstacles standing in their way and more misunderstanding. The more they love each other, the more they hurt each other. 4th Prince intentions to aim for the throne was so he can protect Rou Xi, but by becoming the Emperor, he needed to maintain his power, which forced him to act in such a way that he ended up hurting the people that Rouxi love and care about. Their peaceful time together was sweet, but short. Their relationship starts to break down, with differences in opinions. They never got around to fix their problems - it escalates even more. Rou Xi becomes more hurt and tired. She still love 4th Prince, but she cannot accept the other princes’ sufferings. They were fated to meet, fated to love, but not destined to be together. And that some cruel fate. But if you ask me, I didn't like this man because he was too much cruel and tyrant, I knew that he loved her but that is not enough. I remember when he said to the 13th prince:" She only cares for others, I only care for her.", you could feel all his powerful and strong love but I just didn't like him as a person and the choices he has made were to much of a cruelty and selfishness.
***** SPOILER END! *****

Character development was awesome. The strongest character and the most pitiful one was Rui Xi. The burden she carried was very big, but she wasn't able to really share her story. And that makes it even more tragic. Ruoxi wanted to love and give, but even though she was cherished in return, she was never able to truly give herself completely. She was a true survivor after all, just trying to make the best of it. She was the most admirable one, smart, strong woman with a good heart who wanted to help others and always protected and helped the princes no matter what. And they helped her, no matter what and how important was the thing they were doing they were always coming to help her and be a support. You could just watch and admire their relationship. Cecilia has done the job brilliant, she's a true great actress. And the others were so great in acting.

Even though this drama was filled with pain, it felt real and it gives you hope at the end. I could completely relate to the most of the characters and why they did certain things, after all it was all about love, passion, friendship. This drama really had such a big impact on me and I would really recommend it to everyone, at least give it a try because I think you won't be regretting. It is a wonderful piece filled with life and making the best of it as much as possible. The story of one dynasty and their princes, their relationship with one girl who came out from other time and changed everything. All of them captured me and made my previous days filled with so many emotions and happiness that I'm really thankful for that. From the bottom of my heart.
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Love Cells
0 of 1 people found this review helpful
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16 hours ago
16 hours ago
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 9.5
  • Music 9.5
  • Rewatch Value 8.5
What a little crazy funny mini series. Its like 5min an episode but u still get the gist of it. The cat factor was it for me coz i love cats. Kim woo bin just showed up in the last episode but he still left an impression
park joon - from roomate and g.o.d this guy is hilarious with his mini infomercials i wanted to record them. How did he come up read more with all that stuff
jang hyuk - he did not say a work the show show yet his scenes are just funny. He does his wing chun pretending to be ip man and things happen to and around him and hes caught in it
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Liar Game
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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20 hours ago
20 hours ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.5
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 9.0
OVERALL
One of the best of 2014, without question. It's not only an attention-grabbing show, but it's also deep, coherent and well-executed (finally another all-included drama!). Watch it, no ifs, but maybe keep it for later if you really have a hard time watching shows with only subtle (very subtle) signs of romance.

THE STORY
I need to start by saying that I have neither watched the Japanese drama nor read the read more manga both shows are based on, so I had no prior bias for or against the drama and can honestly say, with complete objectivity, that it's a.ma.zing. Although the drama seems to be about games of lies and betrayal, more than the games, the characters that take part in them - how they evolve through the games, how their past came to shape who they are and how they act in the present - are really at the core of the story. The games themselves are interesting (though sometimes complex), but it's the action behind the scenes, the mystery on which they stand and the character development that really pulls the drama forward. The characters, are, by the way, absolutely fabulous. I liked how each main lead personify something - Nam Dajung is trust, Kang Doyoung is deception, Ha Woojin is insight, and how many secondary characters have depth (also are given space and conflicts of their own). Dajung doesn't seem as profound as the other leads and sometimes recedes to the background, but she also goes a long way, and her infallible faith in people is very much the heart of the story. The pace of the plot is steady, the suspense is ongoing and sometimes bordelines creepy; twists are numerous, hints, events and interconnections are mindblowing, and the end is very satisfying. I have only three small, tiny regrets: 1) The last episode, without being bad, just doesn't feel as dramatic as it should, 2) why couldn't they give us just one romantic scene?, and 3) twelve episodes, really? Couldn't the show have been longer? I need more games, more Doyoung, Woojin and Dajung, more action!

THE ACTING
Nothing to say other then that it was awsome. Everyone was amazing, from leads to secondary actors, but especially Shin Sung Rok, the actor behind the sly, cruel, weird, psychopath-y Doyoung. Lee Sang Yoon and Kim So Eun had good chemistry (*sigh* such a pity it was not exploited), and the interactions between all cast members were 100% believable.

THE MUSIC
Absolutely fitting for the show...but nothing to keep on listening to now that it's over.

REWATCHABLE VALUE
Definite yes!!!! The plot is so dense that I'm sure rewatching will give more insight into the characters and the games. Will be rewatched once by me before the end of the year, I can promise you that!
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Liar Game
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 7.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 8.5
I've seen all the previous Japanese Liar Game seasons (and movies), and really enjoyed them all, so I was particularly excited when I found out that there was going to be a Kdrama remake.

The thing is...this isn't so much of a remake as it is "loosely" based upon the Japanese Liar Game world. With that being said, for viewers who have seen the Jdrama I would advise you to keep that read more in mind (I was a bit frustrated towards the end). For those of you who haven't don't worry.

Putting this aside however, Liar Game was surprisingly riveting. I was beyond impressed with the three main actors, especially Shin Sung Rok, who plays Do Young the host.

Story: The story was decent. It was straightforward in the beginning, but as time wore on revealed that nothing was quite as simple as we had all thought. I was actually pretty excited about this, the mystery added to the allure of the show and games. I do feel like the ending lacked...a bit of a punch. It was definitely good, but not up to par with how the drama had been in the episodes leading up.

Acting: This was BY FAR the strongest aspect of the drama. Shin Sung Rok was unbelievable in his role as the mysterious host, and our other two main leads were excellent in their own rights. Kim So Eun played her character as believably naive and trusting, which I was beyond grateful for (the Jdrama, as much as I liked it, had me bashing my head sometimes in frustration). Her character development was gradual, but believable, and ended on a great note.

Music: Suspenseful at the right times, and light hearted all the other times. This drama didn't try to have an OST with standout songs (I'm looking at you Almost Paradise), which would have detracted from the story.

Rewatch Value: I'm not one for re-watching dramas, but if I were to this would definitely be at the top of my list!
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Iljimae
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.5
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 6.0
The story more than amazing . I liked the story's plot , not bouring at all , it's that type of stories that makes u facing difficulty with stoping of watch it and gives u the excite to watch more and more.........BuT
1- The directing is sooo bAd , no, it's more than Bad.
2- There r many loopholes.
3- I think that the director, writer and the crew forgot or messed read more up on something important ,it's with the
type of relationships exist in this drama, i won't determines exactly what i mean but when u watch
u'll find out ,, it's a horrible mistake that i didn't expect. i couldn't understand what they want to
deliveres us because they didn't justify or even try to explain to us what happening but they
continued as it was a normal.
4- Rapid and sudden development, for me i didn't find it a gradual.
5- There r some dispersion and distractions in some scenes.
6- The End .........I'll let you comment

Note: without those mistakes i'll give it 10/10 .
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18 vs. 29
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 8.5
  • Story 7.0
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 7.5
  • Rewatch Value 6.0
I don't think I'm the only one who has started this because of Choi Siwon! Though his appearances were short and he almost had no dialogue; he was so cute.
Well, after completing 126 dramas and watching 40 in the mean time, a 2005 drama wouldn't bring much newness; but though they didn't surprise or impress me at all, I enjoyed the drama.
It's about the most childish couple I've ever watched. read more They're so cute and loving though. I understand now why married couples fight all the time but stay together after all.
I'm not a big fan of Ryu Soo Young but his role here was adorable at times so I liked him a bit. It's my introduction to Park Sun Young and she's really good; surprising me!!
I got to know Lee Joong Moon for the first time as well and fell for him -obviously- but was disappointed when I checked his drama list!
The supposed second female lead Park Eun Hye got on my nerves throughout the drama, ohhh goosebumps!!
The sweetest part about this drama was the love triangle between Lee Sang Woo and Ahn Nae Sang to win Jo Eun Ji. I'm loving Jo Eun Ji in The Greatest Marriage now (Park Seon Yeo; Jo Eun Cha's insane ex) and I really liked her here. Lee Sang Woo acting a mute chef was just the most adorable person ever. He always is anyway.
The epilogues here are so interesting. The comedy and the sound effects are cute. It's a good introduction if you're new to kdramas or ro-comedy or if you plan to knit while watching something -like i did-.
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Liar Game
13 of 14 people found this review helpful
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1 day ago
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  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 9.5
Wow, what a drama! If you're like me and you like physiological things, mystery and crime then you'll enjoy this show! This kept me at the edge of my seat on every episode!

Story: A whole group of people pulled into a game where there is huge money at stake, surrounded with lies and manipulation - can the truth speak out? It really makes you think - and that's what I liked read more about it. When you are on a game where lying is key - should you be even more honest? or should you do your best to manipulate others? I myself am a very very bad liar - as soon as I even try and lie - I'll start laughing and end up giving myself away... I am however very suspicious of people and their intentions - I don't trust easily..."Trust is built up over time but it can break in a split second."

Cast: Ha Woo Jin (Lee Sang Yoon) He was one of the biggest reasons I started this drama. & He became my absolute favorite character. His character is insanely attractive and mysterious, and he holds that quality that you know you can trust him no matter what. As soon as he is released from jail he meets Nam Da Jung (Kim So Eun) who asks him to help her on 'Liar Game'. This is my first time seeing her but I absolutely loved her, she's a great actress & I'll be looking forward to more projects by her. She totally fit the part of a naïve honest person. Kang Do Young (Shin Sung Rok) The mastermind of Liar Game - I swear he is evil to his core... Jo Dal Goo (Jo Jae Yun) I loved his character lol - this actor can always make me laugh :P Jamie (Lee El) She was hateful at first but as the show progressed I started to like her (weird) lol

Music: It was intense but I can't say I remember any songs...

Re-watch Value: 9.5 - very high, I will definitely re-watch this someday.
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Miracle in Cell No. 7
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
by BoNa
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 8.5
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 10
It's very hard to write a review on such films. All you wanna do is to say your readers: 'Watch it, you! Make your close friends and family (it depends on how much handkerchiefs you've got) sit around you. Bring some tea and cover all of them with a warm plaid. Be ready to cry, to laugh, to cry and laugh simultaneously. That's it'.

That's why I'll try to make it shortly. read more The story is very good. Maybe sometimes even naive - to bring a small girl into the gail in a ban box! - and toooo cute . But! The plot here is intentionally exaggerated and does not pretend to seem 'real' (air ballon scene is very representative). The main things are, of course, the human relationship, which can help an outcast to survive in such a hell and and parents' love, which sometimes can drive they mad.

What i really appreciated was acting. It made this story sincere and touching. The atmosphere of 90s was depicted quite well ( 'Sailor Moon' theme is a such story was very very funny and, moreover, symbolistic - ' I bring justice' )

So, ladies and gentlemen, I dare say you'll be satisfied:)
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In Between Days
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
My relationship with movies is pretty strain. I'm typically distracted while watching them and not one for re-watching. In my life, I've only considered about ten movies I've ever seen as favorites. It takes me around 2-3 years to add another favorite to my list and In Between Days is the latest edition.

It's almost hard to explain why I love this movie. It feels like I'm reading a book, rather than read more watching something.

Facial expressions, body language, and silent attitudes are the essence of this film. It's all about analyzing what you see and how scenery and colors and the crunch of snow determines the mood. All the dialog you need to hear will be shown by the characters' eyes.

As a debut indie film, it's bare, personal, and reliant on being relatable to the audience with the assumption we all know how it feels to like someone, but not have the courage to tell them.

The first time I finished watching this, I just sat still for like ten minutes in the dark, unable to even think of what to do. It felt so silly to close my computer tab and continue on with life. All I could hear was the credit song, "Walk On The Moon" by Asobi Seksu (now a favorite song of mine) replaying in my head, as I wondered what would happen to Aimie and Tran. I actually had to readjust myself back into my own reality because I was so stuck in the story. That's how much of an effect it had on me.

If you like something that feels real or like it could've been taken from your memories, watch this.
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Liar Game
18 of 21 people found this review helpful
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2 days ago
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  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
Ok...now I must watch all the Japanese adaptations. I can't compare it to the Japanese version so this review is based only on this version. This is a really good psychological thriller. It is a very interesting plot. I wonder how many of us can lie convincingly. I have passed a lie detector test before. All the students in one of my college classes took one. Out of 27 students, me and read more this guy were the only ones that passed it even while lying. 27 students were told to lie while the other 27 were told to only tell the truth. I think it is strange, because I rarely lie and am known for my brutal honesty. Can you tell when a person is lying to you? I don't think I'm very good at it, but I also don't trust easily either. Wow. I love dramas that make me think.

Lee Sang Yoon, Kim So Eun and Shin Sung Rok are great as the main leads Woo Jin, Da Jung and Do Yeong respectively. However, the character and actor I enjoyed the most is Lee El as Jamie. She was too much fun. The other actors were good too.

The music is appropriate.

This is definitely rewatchable.

If you like psychological thrillers, then you will like this.
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I Hear Your Voice
2 of 5 people found this review helpful
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2 days ago
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  • Overall 5.0
  • Story 6.0
  • Acting/Cast 7.5
  • Music 5.5
  • Rewatch Value 1.0
I watched this drama due to the popularity of this drama in search engine. Early episodes were quite OK, but as soon as it got into the mid of the journey, it got really boring that I had to force myself to see the end. There were just way too many flashback scenes, that if those were omitted, maybe the show as half shorter and maybe better.

I think the popularity is read more mainly due to the cute male lead who I truly agree was a candy eye to female audiences. The supposed to be funny scenes were not laughter inviting and the romantic scenes were not romantic enough. Somehow I think the main casts were better as sister and brother. They even looked a bit alike.

Anyway, if you are into cute flower boy and noona love type scenes without real plot, this is your movie. But, unfortunately, not mine.
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Fated to Love You
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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2 days ago
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  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 7.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
When I watched the first episode, I knew that I was going into another Cinderella syndrome drama. Also, I had not watched the original Taiwanese version. After the early episodes I was sure it was just another Cinderella story, but a very well executed one. I have watched tons of drama, which sometimes I did not complete since sometimes it was boring, the casts had no chemistry and maybe I was too read more busy. But this drama was a winner over my time and attention.

The casts in this drama are perfect, even the minor supporting roles. I will not give away any spoiler, but even the minor role like the lawyer, even comical was pleasant additional to the drama. The greatest cast was the main male lead, whom I had not watched before. He could really bring smile, laughter and tears. Such a great actor. This show is shining because of him, and of course the female main lead, whom I had not watched also.

The plot to the end of the drama was anti-climax, but still it is a very enjoyable show and maybe the best I have seen in 2014. Way much better compared to the popular Love from Stars which was sometimes boring, even when it had the super sassy girl.

And the OST, it made me searched the title of the song and singer. It was such a great song performed very well.

Conclusion: A must watch.
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Blade Man
1 of 5 people found this review helpful
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2 days ago
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  • Overall 7.5
  • Story 7.5
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
I am currently watching this drama.. I think its little bit slow.. Sometimes I am getting bore.. But totally story, Cast & background music is good..

Lee Dong Wook acting is awesome.. Sometimes angry, sometimes funny.. He did the great job
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Fashion King
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2 days ago
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  • Overall 10
  • Story 7.5
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 10
I walked into this movie only knowing about its cast which was what made me want to watch it in the first place.

The fact that this story was based on a webtoon was clear from the way certain things were displayed on screen. (Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World and Ace Attorney are good examples of what I'm talking about) So even if the plot itself didn't seem very refreshing, it was read more interesting enough to carry the movie and make you cheer for the characters.
There wasn't much music but the sound effects and random sounds were great and fit the story perfectly.
The cast was amazing; loving characters fighting for what they want no matter what ridiculous situations get in the way are my favorite so I thought everyone was spot on, even the bad guys.
I rated it pretty high because it was such a fun experience.
I highly recommend it for when you're feeling a bit down or bored and need something to pick you up.
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