[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Marry Him If You Dare" Episode 16 Final
It turns out future Mi-Rae was wrong this whole time- just not for the reasons we would have guess,...More
"The Heirs" Lee Min-ho faces the world with Park Sin-hye
Lee Min-ho contended for victory against his father. On the eighteenth episode of the SBS drama ",...More
Korean drama of the week "Salaryman" (2012)
Directed by Yoo In-sik
Written by Jang Yeong-cheol, Jeong Kyeong-soon-I
Network : SBS
With Lee Beom-soo, Jeong Kyeo-woon, Jeong Ryeo-won, Hong Soo-hyeon, Lee Deok-hwa, Kim Il-woo,...
22 episodes - Mon, Tue 21:55
From the writer/director duo that brought you the SBS hit, "Giant", Jang Yeong-cheol and Yoo In-sik respectively, have paired up again for their next success, "Salaryman". Part melodrama, part comedy, this series takes its cues from the epic legend "The Romance of the Three Kingdoms", with its characters taking on names from the story...More
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It would seem that the immense effort tha previous episode made to convince the viewer that yes, the Kim Tan / Eun-Sang separation really is serious this time, was actually just an elaborate trick so that the drama could do the same plot, again, without it feeling too repetitive. I have to admit that it worked- there simply isn't enough time left at this point for "The Heirs" to try and stir up drama by separating them again. And I did have that brief optimism, for one episode.
But that's pretty much entirely gone now. This episode is immensely exhausting in the way it just keeps going on and on about the Kim Tan / Eun-Sang connection, wringing its hands about awful the situation is, until finally we get to a climatic moment where they finally resolve to do something to finish off the drama's issues once and for all...More
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We still seem to be in the process of getting to know the characters, so not too much exciting happens over the course of this episode. Soo-Kyeong has a dog that seems to be a lot more trouble than it's worth, managing to find ways to start trouble if Soo-Kyeong turns her back for even a minute. Jin-I (played by Yoon So-hee) is continuously bright, bubbly, and naive. To some people that might be cute, but it's easy to see why Soo-Kyeong is rather wary of her new neighbor. And Dae-Yeong (played by Yoo Doo-Joon) is possibly an axe murderer.
I'm getting the impression that this last bit is the twist that's supposed to make the context of this drama, because this part of his characterization is just so bizarrely out of nowhere that it's actually pretty easy to understand why no red flags are running up for Soo-Kyeong and Jin-I...More
The story between the son and mother-in-law with a 20-year age gap is drawing attention.
"Drama Festival - The Murder" was broadcasted on the 5th and started off with a love story between a man and a woman who lived through the Korean was in the 1950s. Moon So-ri plays Jeong-boon and Seo Kang-joon plays a young boy named Yoon-ha who falls into love with Jeong-boon...More
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