Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Return of Superman Episode 97: G-Dragon meet Sarang

Now i understand why G-Dragon uploaded a photo of himself blushing from embarrassment in Instagram. I was giggling at G-dragon red tomato face and his shy expression is so classic and pure! In my opinion, this episode of Return of Superman is so interesting and cute that you should not miss it at all! Talking about G-Dragon, i have to compliment him for being so well-mannered and cute which is simply so attractive to watch onscreen.  

This is athlete celebrity Choo Sung Hoon daughter, her name is Choo Sarang. They introduced her as a big fan of popular Korean boy band - Big Bang. She was dressed in a white dress while waiting for G-dragon to pay a visit to their house.

Choo Sarang is so cute when she claps along with Big Bang hit song - Bang, Bang, Bang. I love the way this little girl shake and dance to the music. She look awkward and cute as she tries to imitate Big Bang dance move, How adorable is that to have a little fan!

Finally, it is time for G-dragon to appear in front of Choo Sarang. I wonder what is this girl reaction when her favorite idol suddenly stand in front of her. In my opinion, Sarang is a well-mannered girl when she stood at the door to greet and welcome the guest. I must say that Sarang does look a little surprised when she saw G-dragon.

It is kind of cute when G-Dragon tried to get close to Sarang, making effort to be her playmate, while her father is busy preparing dinner for them in the kitchen. Look at Jiyong boyish smile and that cute pink shirt!

It is interesting to see how shy is Sarang, as she continue to ignore G-dragon presence and play by herself. G-dragon looks troubled and thought of ways to break the barrier between him and Sarang.

Look at how cute Sarang stared at G-Dragon when he said that he had brought her a present! Kids love to receive presents and that is a great way to capture their attention. Sarang look at G-dragon lovingly, i supposed she shows that she likes this oppa.

Sarang seem to like this girly make up table as she is too impatient to slowly unwrap the present. Instead of doing it gently, she simply torn the wrapping paper with her great strength. Talking about like father, like child, i am sure her personality takes after her parents too.

Sarang can't take her eyes off the new toys and begin to play with it. I love how this little girl observe G-dragon quietly. I saw the tender loving care of G-dragon and was a little envious of Sarang. 

Soon, both of them begins to play together. I love how G-dragon approach the child so gently and kind. He even offered her the stickers to place on the make up table.

I know i am being delusional, but G-Dragon does seem to like kids and he may even be a good father in the future too. I am glad to see the soft and caring oppa in G-dragon. 

How cute the two of them begins to play "Bang, bang, bang", each pretending to shoot and receive the love shot! They look so comfortable now playing naturally. 

Sarang gave me a shock when she suddenly jump onto G-Dragon and gave him a hug! That girl does know how to be affectionate and expressive to her favorite idol oppa. Cute! She even poke on G-Dragon cheeks, making him laugh so heartily.

G-Dragon was so hot after playing with Sarang and he took a sip of water. Worried that Sarang might be thirsty, he gave the bottle to Sarang and she quickly played with it.I know at this point of time, many people might be jealous of this little girl. Somehow, this reminds me of another cute little girl that was featured in the show earlier an her name is Haru. 

I love this down-to-earth cute little G-dragon. He have good manners and even offered to initiate help to set up the table for dinner. That is really cool! G-Dragon is indeed different from the G-Dragon we usually see onstage. 

Cute little Sarang read a book while waiting for dinner to be ready. G-Dragon helps to take out the dishes and lay them on the table.

I love how they enjoy their healthy and delicious dinner together like a family. Sarang even played some jokes and get her father to lift up her eyelids. G-dragon totally enjoy her joke and laughed so adorably. 

Kids are so cute when they make funny faces! G-dragon even covered his face from embarrassment!

Sarang help to put the dishes onto the sink and the sauce accidentally dripped on her white dress. Being a considerate oppa, G-Dragon took a cloth to wipe away the stain when the unbelievable thing happpen!

Cute little Sarang find another easy and direct way to solve this issue as she undress herself infront of G-Dragon. Oh My Gosh! This little girl is so innocent and cute! She innocently took out her dirty dress and ask her father to change her dress! This cutie pie even move and jump around G-Dragon, while he failed in his attempt to ask Sarang to wear back her white dress. 

Our cute little shy oppa could only look down on the floor and blush like a red tomato, as he tried to cover his embarrassment with a pierce of cloth. Oh Sarang, look what you did to our Jiyong oppa? Sarang became the official first little girl that undress herself in front of G-Dragon during broadcast. 

Monday, October 5, 2015

DramaQueen Favourite visual couples in We Got Married

1) Jjiongah couple 

Jjiongah couple is the youngest couple being paired up in the Korean variety show. This visual couple are rising stars in Korean entertainment industry. We can't deny that simply by appearing in the reality show helps all the artistes to raise their profile and gain more popularity and fan base in the process. As long as it generate news about themselves as public figures and people get to know about them, it is worth to participate in the show. 

I have read many comments about Hong Jong Hyun being a impenetrable man who places an iron wall between people that he hardly knows. In my opinion, I believed him when he said that he has an anxiety issue with stranger. He has been truthful and sincere in showing us his true personality. In some occasions, he does come across as an introvert that is generally stiff and have some sort of awkward facial expressions.  Unlike Yura, he does not have big reactions and seldom expresses his feelings and thoughts initially. At first, he gave a cool and calm image, which is an attractive charm for a man. After some criticism which stated that Hong Jong Hyun have been cold to Yura during broadcast, I am sure it affected him to a certain extend and caused him to reflect on how to convey his feelings and thoughts better. He may even used this variety show to monitor his own facial expressions onscreen and improve himself as an actor. 

After they met a couple of times, he seem to warm up to Yura and gradually works well with her. It is obvious that Hong Jong Hyun needs time to get closer with his partner as compared to other people. I think what works well for this couple is the way they gradually adapt to each other personality and try to complement each other. It is the process that is more important for them rather than the result. Yes, they take things at its natural course, not forcing anything to each other. That is the most watchable part when we sees how far they have reached in terms of closeness and being comfortable with each other. 

Many viewers credit our dear Yura as the lovely princess that melted the ice prince heart. Yes, we need our cheerful and positive Ahyoung princess to open the heart of our handsome ice prince. Without a personality like Yura, it may be harder to make this couple works. There is a saying that opposite attracts and it is used perfectly in this case. They are surely getting closer and more attached to each other in every episode.

Girls Day is known for their sexy and aegyo image. Yura is a member of this popular Korean girl group. After watching the show, i am pleasantly surprised that she has a rather down to earth type of personality despite being a little childish at times. She is girly, cute and funny at the same time. Perhaps it is because of being an idol for a long time, Yura seem to be putting on a shield around herself. She tried her best to project her over-the-top cheerful image but she hardly voice out her displeasure. Most of the time, she just wanted to please the people around her. In my opinion, Yura is a tough lady trying to survive in this ever changing Korea industry. As a matter of fact, she is able to adapt to people and situation very fast. It is the training and experiences that she had in the society that caused her to be cautious in showing her true feelings and that constant smile raised my eyebrow. Somehow, along the way she became harder to read than the mysterious and straightforward Hong Jong Hyun. It is observed that Yura has an idol baggage that she carries with her and it is understandable that she needs to be mindful of herself in front of the camera. 

The producer of this show make a good decision in pairing up this couple. Pushing them into marriage and turning  them into real life Sims couple living at the rooftop. Undeniably, the both of them indeed looks good visually and their personality complement each other very well. As time goes by, Hong Jong Hyun shows that he is a gentleman that respects his partner. He is intelligent, observant, a good listener, an excellent driver, a problem solver, a mischievous man-boy that likes to play RC toys and ultimately a thoughtful and caring oppa to our dear Ahyoungie. This young man is ever so reliable and manly and I am impressed. 

On the other hand, Yura is understanding and kind. In my opinion, she is a genuinely sincere person and I think Hong Jong Hyun did realized that as he observe her during their interactions. Along the way, they learn how to react and respond to each other while spending time together. Some people says that Yura is too immature for Hong Jong Hyun since it is known for that he prefers older woman. Having being a top model for years, he may came across older ladies whom are more matured and elegant. Therefore, it is not surprise that he has a certain standard in his personal preference. 

Despite being younger, Yura did not display any sign of a princess syndrome. Yes, she does use her aegyo to manipulate people or things to go her way, since most guys will fall for it. Other than that, she represents a young and independent woman in the modern society.  I remember during one of the episode Hong Jong Hyun said that he likes cute, sexy and glamorous type of girls. That seems to be pointing towards Yura. What about those increasingly tender loving eyes and sweet affection that Hong Jong Hyun showered towards Yura? If anything, i am certain that the both of them do enjoys each other company. 

Be it a reel life scenario, this couple does portrays two strangers getting to know each other as friends and eventually like what they sees. From awkwardness to playfully teasing each other in the show, this couple does wonders to the show. I still remember this couple was hurriedly pushed together to create sparks and I reckon that their chemistry is strong even from their first meeting. 

In my opinion, this couple does looks like playmates to each other. It's like they shared a brother and sister kind of siblings relationship. Hong Jong Hyun plays the role of an elder brother taking care of the younger sister and at the same time being protective like a father. I like it best when it is just the two of them together. Hong Jong Hyun gradually show his playful side to Yura and he also explained that he likes to see her cute expression. Is that an indicator that he likes her? We all know that a boy likes to tease a girl if he is interested in her. Is that part of an act or are they really liking each other? Is Hong Jong Hyun getting affectionate with Yura?  It is for the viewers to judge and for the two of them to decide about their relationship status. 

2) Skinship couple

Unlike Jjiongah couple, this eldest couple does not need to be concern about idol image or keep up with a certain image. As a result, Nam Goong Min and Hong Jin Young can freely express themselves in the show without much restraint. They portrays a couple that has been married for years. I enjoyed the Skinship between the couple and the affection they showered on each other. Hong Jin Young is really a charming woman who looks so beautiful at thirty years old. She is entertaining to watch since she knows what to do to grab attention in We Got Married as one of the hosts. Nam Goong Min projects a quiet and reserved charm that is attractive. He seems to be a sensitive man who is able to keep up and play along with his "Wife". Definitely, they are a perfect match in We Got Married. 

3) Sorim Couple

The pairing of Song Jae rim and Kim So Eun is refreshing and cool. We sees an aggressive and daring Song Jae rim making the first move on Kim So Eun every time. On the other hand, Kim So Eun seem to be a little uncomfortable with all the attention she is getting from her "Husband". Some where along the way, Kim So Eun had a role reversal as she begin to use "push" and "pull" method in the relationship. The both of them seem to be fighting for control with the intend of dominating each other. I remembered those cheesy words spoken by Song Jae rim and those cringeworthy moments!

Somehow, their interaction looked scripted with a mutual understanding that this is part of a drama they are acting for the viewers. Yes, they are very entertaining to watch onscreen because they both understand that they have signed up for a fantasy virtual marriage that would end one day. Did they put in real emotion for each other? In my opinion, they are just acting like they do in any drama in the context of a reality show. The end result is that they both achieved more love from the audiences. 

In conclusion, this show can manipulate us into believing that the virtual couples could become real life partners. I supposed the objective of the show is to engage us into a fantasy world, where we as audiences got the satisfaction of watching the celebrities dating in front of our eyes. It can be seen as a thin line between delusional and realistic.Therefore, shippers make your choice! ;)

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Drama review: White Christmas


A series of deaths, including murder and suicide, take place over eight days in a private, elite high school deep in the mountains, with the students cut off from the outside world and in highly volatile and unstable emotional conditions. The drama deals with the question of whether evil is organic or environmental, and the potential for adolescents to be extremely empathetic as well as equally cruel.


Deep in the mountains of Gangwon, the private, elite Soo-sin High School is attended by the top 1% of students in the country. Their stellar marks are the result of constant pressure and a strict punishment system, to the point where students avoid any activities outside of studying. It is in this atmosphere that seven students and a teacher remain at school for the winter break, joined by Kim Yo-han (Kim Sang-kyung), a psychiatrist who was forced to take shelter with them after he was injured in a car accident nearby. Stranded from heavy snow, they spend eight days together ― from Christmas Eve to New Year's Day.

Park Mu-yeol (Baek Sung-hyun) is an honor student who chooses to remain in school during the winter break after receiving an abusive letter. Jo Young-jae (Kim Young-kwang) is a detested bully who attacks other people to hide his inferiority complex. Yoon Soo (Lee Soo-hyuk) is a disturbed, but rich student fronting a rock band. Yoon Eun-sung (Esom) was once a popular girl in school before having a sudden change of personality.

At a time when everyone else is celebrating the holidays, the students realize that the anonymous letters they each received were not the result of a harmless prank; there is a murderer in their midst. A question lies unspoken: Are monsters created, or are humans born monsters? - source taken from Wikipedia

Drama Queen thoughts 

I have heard of this popular Mystery-thriller Korean drama and was looking forward to watching the hot and hunky model-actors in the show. Yes, the drama made headline because of its impressive, intriguing and creative story line, jam pack with a bunch of rookie actors. Other than the above strength of this drama, i am also impressed with the character development of all the characters in this drama. One thing to take note is that ALL the actors had their own moments to shine in their own ways. The theme of each episode was well matched with the focus of each story the writers were trying to convey.White Christmas is definitely one of my favorite Korean drama of all times and i am going to tell you why when i do a drama recap of the drama in my next post. Despite having 8 episodes in total, the story was well pace and there is never a dull moment in the drama special. Here is an introduction to the characters in the drama:

Lee Soo Hyuk as Yoon Soo

Character: Cool, weird, Troubled

Yoon Soo was born in a rich family. His father is one of the associates of the school, having spend lots of money to get his only son into the private school. He had a bad childhood which left him emotionally unstable. Therefore, he took drugs to relief his pain and to escape the "monster in the corner," Most of the time, he was seen hiding in a corner with his headphone on his ears. He has aspired to be a musician and eventually escape from this school but an unexpected incident caused his dream to burst into bubbles. Lee Soo Hyuk is one hot model with a "blank" expression. His character in the drama is mainly starring blankly without much dialogue. The moment that he shined in his acting skills is when he slipped into depression and struggled with his "inner demon".

Hong Jong-Hyun as Lee Jae-Kyu

Character: Quiet, pleasant

Lee Jae-Kyu is a meek and pleasant teenager that does not seem to have any enemies. He enrolled into this school as a replacement after another student left the school. He is a quiet person that apparently seem to be harmless and is always following orders from anyone that is in control at that moment. (Yo-Han, Mireu, Choi Chi Hoon, Moo Yul).  Most of the time, he simply blended into the background, being rather unnoticeable. Somehow, i feel hat Jae Kyu seem to be hiding something about himself. I have a feeling that this person is not as simple as we see. Hong Jong-Hyun nailed the role in the drama with his subtle facial expression and and a sudden expressive of emotions in one of the scene. 

Baek Sung-Hyun as Park Mu-yeol

Character: Upright, heroic

Park Moo-Yul is a hardworking student who is very intelligent but could never surpass Choi Chi Hoon. His father is a doctor and his mother sacrificed herself to save him when he was a child. As a result, he felt indebted to his mother and tried his best to live his life but was burdened by the fact that he caused his mother death. Baek Sung-Hyun did well in his leading role as the heroic Park Moo Yul. He shined in the scene where his struggled with himself to save Choi Chi Hoon or leave him to die, since he had always been secretly jealous of Chi Hoon and hated him to the core for stealing his thunder.

Sang Joon as Choi Chi Hoon

Character: Intelligent, cool, calm, aloof

Choi Chi Hoon is a genius that always achieve the first place in school.  He live in his own world pretty much like Yoon Soo and he apparently does not recognize or remembers his fellow classmates. There is a reason why he does not associate much with others and he does not show his emotion easily. Later on in the episode it is known that he is unable to be in touch with his feelings, to put it simply is that he has a lack of emotion because of the way his brain function. I love Sang Joon in this role as Choi Chi Hoon. He is so cool and calm in every situation, there seem to be nothing he could not accomplish! 

Kwak Joon Wook as Yang Kang-Mo

Character: Observer, Inferior complex

Yang Kang-Mo is hearing impaired and he enjoys photography using his camera. He looked suspicious and creepy sometimes. There were other times when he came across as sensitive and mysterious, keeping to himself most of the time. Behind that smile, he seem to have some inferiority complex and he chose to be an "outsider" sitting on the fence to view the things that happens around him. I am pleased with his character development towards the end of the series. Talking about his growth, i am a little surprised that he has decided to be a participant in a situation rather than being a "camera". 

Kim Woo Bin as Kang Mireu

Character: Fearless, daredevil, Smart

I can't seem to think of any actor that is able to portray Kang Mireu as well as Kim Woo Bin does. Yes, I love the different layers of this character. Kim Woo Bin have great screen presence and has a bad ass attitude, I like his smile and his every single gesture make his character very charismatic and attractive. Kang Miireu represented one of the alpha male  among the other two (Choi Chi Hoon and Park Moo Yul). 

Kim Young Kwang as Jo Young Jae

Character: Coward, bully, violent, self-centered

Jo Young Jae is the least favorite character among all the boys in my opinion. He is a coward that puts on a brave front, while resorting to violence to protect himself. He refused to let people know about his insecurity and he only bullies people who are weaker than him. We clearly sees that he does not dare to touch the alpha males in the group and was afraid of them. After he revealed his childhood memories about his abusive and overbearing mum, i can understand why Young Jae is confused about moral values. I sympathize with him, having been brought up in such an environment where he learn to be self centered and is unable to tell what is right and wrong. It is true that Jo Young Jae is not a bad person, he is only too weak. 

Esom as Yoo Eun Sung

Character: Cold, distant

Yoo Eun Sung used to be a cheerful and bright girl in high school. She became cold and distant after her mother affair with the chauffeur. Not only that, she encountered another blow when Moo Yul broke up with her.  She even entertained the thoughts of committing suicide and fortunately survived. I do not have much comment on Esom, except that she did moderately well in her role and is fortunate enough to work with those hot model-actors on this film. 

Kim Sang Kyung as Kim Yo Han

Character: Evil, twisted, manipulative

Kim Yo Han is a serial killer and is a  psycho who tried to be God by executing those people that he deem unworthy to live in this world. He is a very manipulative person that has lost his morale compass along the way in his life, I had always suspected this mysterious person and my intuition is right after all. I supposed Yo-Han is also a good psychologist, having help the students to solve their personal issue. His question about monster is created or was nurtured leave us pondering about this subject too. 

Monday, September 14, 2015

Drama special: The reason I'm getting married

Sypnosis: Han Seung Woo (Song Jun Ho) and Kim Jiwon (Park Hee Bon) have been dating for six years and they were about to get married. However, Jiwon is upset at Seung Woo's unenthusiastic attitude towards their wedding. Lee Joon Ki (Hong Jong Hyun)  is a chaebol of a hotel who has a crush on Jiwon. Coincidentally, they meet each other while Jiwon is trying her wedding dress. It turns out that Jungi still liked Jiwon and intend to win her heart again. One day, Jiwon finds something that her late father left behind and finds out about what happen between Seung Woo and her father.  In the end who will Jiwon choose? Jiwon and Seung woo faced many obstacles while preparing for the wedding. Will they be able to get married? 

Drama Recap

Jiwon is getting married to her long time boyfriend. However, Seung Woo does not seem to care enough for Jiwon and leave all the wedding preparation to her. While Seung Woo is busy entertaining his bosses and suffered stress at work, Jiwon has no idea of the pain that he went through and reprimanded Seung Woo for being unconcern about their wedding. One day while trying her wedding gown, Jiwon meet Joon Gi who is a chabeol of the hotel. He praised Jiwon for her beauty and it took Jiwon some time to realize that she knew Joon Gi. 

A flashback to six years ago when they were still very young. Joon Gi who is younger than Jiwon mustered up all his courage and wrote a letter to Jiwon. However, Jiwon took that as a joke and teased him like a noona (older sister). When she introduced Seung Woo as her boyfriend, Joon Gi looked sad and disappointed.

Fast forward to present days, Joon Gi asked Jiwon is she going to remarry. Jiwon rebuked Joon Gi that she is not that old and she is getting married to Seung Woo. Unknown to her, Joon Gi is the CEO of lluso hotel, she mistakenly thought that Joon Gi is a valet. 

Those days when Jiwon and Seung Woo shared the sweet moments between them seem to be yesterday. Interestingly, they used Kim Jong Kook song - Lovable as the soundtrack. In comparison, nowadays the couple do not have time for each other. Due to the lack of communication, Jiwon misunderstood Seung Woo. 

Alone in his house, Joon Gi recollect the past when he confessed his feelings to Jiwon and was flatly rejected. I love the way Joon Gi sees Jiwon like a baby that he cherish. Sadly, Jiwon did not feel the same way as him. She only sees Joon Gi as a dongseung (younger brother). There is a spark in Joon Gi eyes as he seem to be deep in thoughts.

Joon Gi walked into his hotel reception and was immediately welcomed by the staff. At the hotel, he met Jiwon who came here to reserve her wedding venue and the wedding gown. Jiwon thought that Joon Gi is a valet and told him to get her car. Flustered, Joon Gi hilariously asked the valet about the parking lot while Jiwon is distracted by a phone call.

In the car, Jiwon received a phone call from Seung Woo and Joon Gi overheard that they will be meeting up. Joon Gi planned to stop Jiwon from meeting Seung Woo. He plotted and overlap and turn the car to the other lane, which caused the car that they were driving to collide with the car at the back. Joon Gi was send to the hospital and he tried to held back Jiwon who felt sorry for him.

Despite trying his best to prevent Jiwon from leaving, Jiwon still left Joon Gi with a message and went back to work. A desolate Joon Gi murmured to himself that Jiwon left again, indicating that she left him six years ago too. At work, Jiwon was confused and troubled by her thoughts. 

It was raining heavily and Jiwon did not bring her umbrella after she left her workplace. Joon Gi suddenly appeared by her side and sheltered her with an umbrella. There is still a distance between them and the rain dripped on Joon Gi shirt. Jiwon noticed that and asked Joon Gi to come closer to prevent getting wet.

Joon Gi took a step forward and wrap his arm around her shoulder. Jiwon was caught by surprised. The next moment, he shield Jiwon from a passing vehicle that splashed water on the road. As a gentleman, Joon Gi was drenched in the rain and he asked Jiwon if she would join her in the cold. 

Feeling puzzled, Jiwon asked Joon Gi why did he come here. Without answering, Joon Gi moved forward and planted a kiss on Jiwon lips. 

It was then that Jiwon finally understood Joon Gi feelings for her and acknowledged it. She felt sorry for misleading Joon Gi all these years and also apologized for the misunderstanding

Jiwon told Joon Gi that she is looking for a rich man to marry so that her family will be well taken care of financially since her father had passed away when she was still young. Hearing that revelation, Joon Gi revealed his identify as a chaebol of the hotel to the surprise of Jiwon. Six years ago, Joon Gi professed to be rich and that was actually the truth which Jiwon took it lightly. On the other hand, Seung Woo drove to Jiwon work place to pick her up from work, and he witnessed the happenings between Jiwon and Joon Gi. He misunderstood the whole situation and thought that Jiwon has a change of heart. 

Refused to give up, Joon Gi tried to pursue Jiwon back. On the other hand, Jiwon was troubled and confused. Her friends met her at the bar and offered advice to her. One of her friend mentioned that it does not matter if her partner is rich as long as she can accept everything about him. Jiwon dropped Joon Gi a message, while he drove over as soon as possible. However, Jiwon and her friends left before he arrived. Joon Gi found a letter on the table and a message on it which stated - I'm sorry. 

Jiwon went back home with a weary heart and suddenly remembered that today is her father death anniversary. Seung Woo had came to the house earlier to prepared everything. Her mother and sister talked to Jiwon about their late father. Jiwon gradually dozed off to sleep and dreamt of her late father. She opened the door and heard the conversation between Seung Woo and her father. Seung Woo asked Jiwon father for his daughter hand and promised to be there for her. In response, Jiwon father make Seung Woo promise  that no matter what, he has to live longer than Jiwon in order to take care of her.

At Jiwon's father wake, Seung Woo consoled her family and carried her sister on his back for a rest. He had promised to take care of Jiwon and her family and has been doing that all these years. Overwhelmed with emotion, Jiwon rushed to Seung Woo house and asked him to marry her. Of course, that is a happy ending for the couple as Seung Woo pulled Jiwon in for a kiss. The next  thing we know, they are married. 

The couple were back to teasing each other but they found joy in something as tiny as bickering with each other. When Jiwon ask Seung Woo causally why did he married her, without a second thought he planted a kiss on Jiwon lips. That is to indicate, "I love you" and Seung Woo showed his affection through action. The both of them smiled sweetly at each other , knowing that they have found happiness. The crystal ball that was placed on the table, represented Jiwon father watching over the couple.

Drama Queen review 

How to resist such a rich, hot and handsome guy like Hong Jong Hyun? Where can we find such a devoted lover like Joon Gi? These two guys love Jiwon wholeheartedly, although Joon Gi resort to using obnoxious method to win Jiwon over.  Despite that, i  am envious of Jiwon happiness and to have Hong Jong Hyun one-sided love.

This mini drama is about romance and I watched it solely because of Hong Jong Hyun after watching his appearance in We Got Married. The moral of the story is to tell us that communication between a couple is very important to prevent any misunderstanding. We should accept each other flaws and practically everything. It is important not to pick on minor issue such as material things which does not necessary bring happiness.  Cherish the happiness that you have while it last. 

I am glad that Jiwon married Seung Woo in the end. He had proved to be reliable and always stand by her side. It is heartwarming to see Seung Woo taking care of Jiwon and her family when her father passed away. I like the conversation between Seung Woo and Jiwon father at the hospital bed. It is touching to hear that Seung Woo promised to marry Jiwon and take responsibility of the family happiness. 

In conclusion, this mini drama is nice, sweet and has typical story line. However, the drama does not have time for the writer to develop the character of each person. I do not have much connection with these characters as everything seem so short. it is just a segment  among other stories. I realize that it is a trend in Korean drama to cast a noona-dongseung love line. Hong Jong Hyun was coincidentally also a young and handsome chaebol in another Korean drama - Mama. On a side note, the heroine look like Kim Tae Hee. Maybe it is just me that think so, anyway i will write a drama review on  Mama. Do keep a look out! :) 

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