Posted by Kakashi Sensei on 4/24/2015 12:36:00 PM with 6 comments
kakashi: Alright then, JoAnne wants me to write something real about this episode. Hm. Well ... this show remains a puzzle to me. Is it comedy? Is it not? Judging from this episode, it is not. This episode was sad and somehow, there is little hope for any of the characters for ever finding happiness. Even if Min-ho turns "good" and gets the girl, his previous life will be made meaningless and he will regret deeply. If Soon-jung falls in love with this weird copy of her previous fiancé, I'll be angry too, especially if it happens so soon. Min-ho is an asshole, 95% of the time. The few things he is now forced to do do not make him like the dead guy at all. That said, I still really enjoy this drama, though I remain cautious. It might break our hearts. I take it back. Don't make me question my baby drama! I love it too much! If I have to look at the various pieces critically I'm afraid that will end.
Min Ho tries to eyeball how many licks it takes to get to the center
Posted by Kakashi Sensei on 4/23/2015 11:47:00 PM with 1 comment
I can't believe we're already doing this for the 17th time. It never gets old, though. Keep em coming, drama! In real life, I would definitely have dropped this. And sorry, JoAnne: once again, hardly any Rim. Seventeen times? Really? Where have I been? Perhaps... out hunting the elusive Rim?
Posted by CM Shukmeister on 4/23/2015 12:24:00 AM with 2 comments
Shuk: Oh Show, what you could have done with our Disney Princess and our Scruffy Prince. Why did you spend so much time on Goon, Greed, and side stories? [sigh] Still, the end wraps up almost everything nicely. But I will always hate you for not giving Tippy a happy ending.
becca: Flaws and all, it's been a fun ride. Thanks for letting me talk you into recapping this one, Shuk! You win major unni points.
Posted by Kakashi Sensei on 4/22/2015 08:15:00 AM with 1 comment
kakashi: Ah, it’s been a while. I haven’t missed this at all and haven’t missed
anything either. This is SO BORING. Nothing happens. Nothing at all.
It’s a miracle more than 0.5% of all Koreans watch it. Maybe it’s the
people who fall asleep in front of the TV and don’t switch it off when
Blood comes on? JoAnne: It's not THAT bad. It's unfortunate that they're taking such a long time to tell a story that could have been told in fewer episodes, that's all. And ok, our lead is green with a capital G...but he has his moments. Shuk: I'm just in this to see how much mental pain I can survive.