[HanCinema's Drama Review] "She Gets Married Thrice" Episode 8 2013/12/01,
The main conflict this episode is the emotional handwringing that ensues as possession of Seul-Gi passes from her mother's family to her father's family. Strangely, even though most of the drama up until this point has done a fairly good job of explaining why the wealthy in-laws are bad people who are unlikely to be a good influence on the little girl, I found the emotion here heavy-handed. It's not like Seul-Gi's being sent off to a boarding school in Switzerland. They'll still be able to see her.
A single tearful goodbye would have been more appropriate, and would have given the drama some badly needed time to focus on other more interesting storylines,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "She Gets Married Thrice" Episode 7 2013/11/30,
It turns out that in addition to all her other flaws the matriarch of the wealthy family is also an astonishingly bad mother. I don't mean that in terms of general abusiveness (that's already been well established) but how this woman manages to infatilize even the people she's supposed to like. It is, as is often the case with this drama, depressing to watch because it's hard to imagine this scenario could go anywhere good.
Fortunately, we're able to spend some time with the parents of our lead characters, and it's quite clear that they have much more sensible heads on their shoulders,...More
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