by: Raine — Soon-shin has a lot to say when she learns the truth and I’m glad she gives Mi-ryeong a really hard verbal punch in the gut. Jin-wook continues to be my favorite character – he is total husband and father material. AGB Nielson Nationwide had this episode coming in at 26.6%.
by: Raine — As Joon-ho ventures into the land of noble idiocy, Mi-ryeong reverts back into her narcissistic self. The annoying amps up as the family drama gears for its close in two weeks. At least the baker gives us something worth watching. AGB Nielson Nationwide had this episode coming in at 23.7%.
by: Raine — Less Si-on and more politics is not a good direction for this show. While it’s all good and well to see the good guys fight the bad guys, it sucks when we have to watch all the tedium that comes with political battles. However, I will admit that one aspect of theContinue reading “Good Doctor: How to explain autism (Episode 4 Review)”
by: Raine — Good Doctor. The title of this show can mean so many things. It can mean that Park Si-on is an untapped “good doctor”. It can ask the question, “Can he be a good doctor?” It can also ask, “What is a good doctor?” I want to add in there, does addressing anyContinue reading “Good Doctor: How to create a good doctor (Episode 3 Review)”
by: Raine — There was ridiculously juicy character development in this episode. Probably one of the best episodes in, like, 30 episodes. I approve. *stamp* AGB Nielson Nationwide had this episode coming in at 26.0%.
by: Raine — Secrets are coming to a head and there will be some definite fallout soon. This is good because our couples are stagnating (although Joon-ho and Soon-shin are adorable.) AGB Nielson Nationwide had this episode coming in at 22.9%.
by: Raine — Episode 2 dealt with autism head on and I can’t say…that I’m totally pleased with how it was handled. But when has television ever handled a subject like medicine or law with perfect accuracy?