by: Raine — Sorry for the long wait, guys. I’ve been going through some huge life changes and it prevents me from taking care of the Dichotomy! So here’s episode 10. It was a huge disappointment for me after the excitement of 9. What do you think?
by: Raine — Lee Hong-ki is so adorably and romantic. His cuteness made this episode worth it. That, and we’re finally getting somewhere with this story! We’re not just plotting evil deeds, but we’re actually getting them done…sort of.
by: Raine — Angst is the name of the game in this episode. The truth of our OTP’s feeling are in the open, but it doesn’t assuage any hurts. There is a lot more to deal with, like a ghost who requires a sacrifice and four evil women willing to make it happen.
by: Raine — This was a pretty hefty episode. Kang-joo takes a step away from his parents’ authoritarian rule to protect who he loves. Doo-rim learns a few secrets about others, and discovers a few about herself. The ghost makes herself more apparent and also more of a mystery. The web of deceit and liesContinue reading “Bride of the Century: Episode 7 Recap”
by: Raine — Lee Hong-ki killed me dead in this episode. Seriously, the way he portrays Kang-joo’s douche-y brand of love seriously got to me. Maybe ’cause that douche-y brand of love ain’t quite so douche-y anymore. Plus, it’s sprinkled with kittens. I likes kittens.
by: Raine — A lot of WTF happened, but it was offset by some seriously cute Kang-joo. Watching him open up is glorious. It’s like the emotional version of a baby learning to walk. He falls down a lot, but when he gets back up, it’s a glorious victory.
by: Raine — Our main couple grows a little fonder of each other through some bickering, ghostly intervention, and a mango cake. I could do without pretty much all of the manipulative women in the show save the ghost. She’s kinda awesome even if she has murderous intentions. And, there is something so inherently sweetContinue reading “Bride of the Century: Episode 4 Recap”