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”
by: Raine — We get some cuteness and a whole bunch of second lead and mother-in-law annoyances. Luckily, Doo-rim keeps the show light enough to enjoy and watching Kang-joo scratch his head over how she makes him feel is delightful.
by: Raine — Yes, that’s Lee Hong-ki with a kitten. My life is complete. This episode still hasn’t shown us that the show is improving in quality, but I’ll be damned if there isn’t a highly addicting…SOMETHING…about it. Call it the appeal of a man with a cat.
by: Raine — Welcome Lee Hong-ki to his first lead role in a drama! *applause* I can’t say this drama is anything new or innovative, but it does have its charm. Yang Jin-sung is absolutely winning. I’m really enjoying her performance. I’m holding out a verdict until I watch a few more episodes, though. OnwardsContinue reading “Bride of the Century: Episode 1 Recap”
by: Raine — My k-drama friend Zgzgirl came to visit my sister Lil Raine and I for a week. I thought it was because she wanted to visit us and watch k-drama and celebrate my birthday together. I was wrong.
by: Raine and MadDino — Raine: Thank God it’s over. This is what happens when a show with a terrible plotline takes itself way too seriously.
by: Raine — So it finally got a little better…a little too late. But we get to see grown men cry, Bunny finally get his turn at sportin’ a terrible ‘do and the madcap duo talk about mini-hippos.