Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Bichunmoo (korean drama)

This drama depicts the sacrifices four central characters make for love, vengeance and honor as each travels a road of chosen destiny.
i was wondering when this drama finished, whether i liked it or not. the feeling was conflicting. but in the end, despite its flaws, my like won over. i loved how our male lead was so true to our females for so long. i would have preferred a better ending, but if i were to think about it logically, i guess that was good. but mostly, i enjoyed the genre, which was historical and romance with action. loved the ost by the way, enjoy!

The Woman Who Still Wants to Marry/Still Marry Me (korean drama)

This drama depicts lives of three women who are closing one chapter of their life and entering the next. Lee Shin Young (Park Jin Hee), Jung Da Jung (Uhm Ji Won) and Kim Boo Ki (Wang Bit Na) are three women in their 30s whose romantic relationships have faltered due to their career ambitions, but find themselves given a chance to make a fresh start.
loved it! loved it! loved it! i enjoyed it so much it was a marathon for me, watching this. this doesn't usually happen with other dramas. not only did i enjoy their new relationships with the new guys in their lives, i also loved the friendship the three of them had. this drama showed 3 women with 3 perspectives of their thoughts and none are right or wrong. there's a lot of life lessons to be learned here not just for women but everyone.
there were so many cute and fluffy moments, and yet at the same time, so many moments that made you think, made you feel the tough decisions they had to make and you really felt for them so much that at times, you were in their shoes. it didn't help that the cast were all such fabulous actors. hehehhe they were all wonderful. what also really made me like this drama was that although there were revelations that made you cringe when you thought about when they'd be revealed, but when they were revealed, it was done so gently you didn't feel embarassed or anything, instead i felt gratitude to the writers for how they brought about the revelations. hehhe you can find this on youtube or epdrama. enjoy!!!

Faith (korean drama)

This drama shows the romance between a warrior from the ancient times and a female doctor from the modern times, their love transcending time and space. It will also tell the story about the process of making a true king.
Yoo Eun Soo (Kim Hee Sun) is a 33-year old plastic surgeon in the year 2012. She was originally a general surgeon, but quickly found that it was an overworked, under-paid profession and jumped ship to plastic surgery. Her dream is to someday open her own practice. But one day, Choi Young (Lee Min Ho) kidnaps her and takes her back to the Goryeo era because needing her medical skills. Their love story spans centuries but also warring beliefs. He gave up on love to be an unflinching warrior.
this was one drama that kept me waiting for so long to be completed. loved the leads and the cast overall. one might either like this or not, i've read many with negative comments as well but for me, it's all positive. although there might be some flaws, (which drama doesn't?) i'm willing to overlook as they have all my favourite genres in one. hehehe and of course, with the leads, who wouldn't.
they had great chemistry and would have loved a little more from the ending. but was still happy nevertheless. at least, it didn't leave me unsatisfied. i loved gi cheol as well, loved how he went from the crazy badass villain to well...crazy sad villain i guess. he was awesome in his acting and at times, when he was with eun soo, it even made me think, was he starting to like her because he was curious? all in all, i'd definitely recommend this drama, you can view it on dramacrazy or epdrama online with eng subs. enjoy!!!