Dating drama king
After we die, we will never be given a second chance to do the things we wish we should have done.Give this drama a shot; you might end up liking this as well. I decided to create a separate blog post for additional Korean dramas. I know they were crap, but some unspecified addictive chemical in them kept me drinking. Song Joong Ki became one of my most favorite Korean actors since I watched him in Sungkyunkwan Scandal and Innocent Man (Nice Guy). The plot, the actors, the chemistry between the casts – total package.I thought this list is getting too long and some of you might be having hard time loading the page. And because I got too addicted to it, I came up with an idea to embark on a quest to find the good quality romantic comedies. Plus you get to see tons of good-looking-shirtless actors running around.
My feelings towards the typical romantic comedy are a lot like my feelings toward “Sodas”. Lol Anyway, kidding aside, the drama was really good.
This drama carried a meaningful message while giving us lots of entertaining and cute moments, and of course a sweet and satisfying finale. There’s a bit a conflict in the story line, and also a bit dragging, but the cuteness and the chemistry of the casts beat those flaws.
Though I said the story is a bit dragging, but you can completely relate to it.
The dude is freaking good, to the point that I want to kill him because he’s too evil (very convincing). The drama was mysterious but cute and very engaging. Though a lot of people say that the story line was kind of boring (because they were dragging out the story-line for too long), I still find this show cute and light to watch.
Unfortunately, the PD decided to give this beautiful drama a terrible finale. I felt bad for the whole cast, especially Park Hae Jin. The finale was satisfying one, and I am glad that everyone was given a happy ending.If you want something easy to watch, this might be for you.