I have no idea what this drama is about, all I know is that I want to try it, and I want to try it badly.
Having first seen Moon Geun-young in “Cinderella’s Unni” (wow I just realized that this drama also makes reference to a fairytale), I fell in love with her acting abilities. I dare to say that this girl is pure acting gold, and she is one of the best Korean actresses right now. After being absent from the small-screen in more than two years, I’m very excited to have her back.
“A Gentleman’s Dignity” has been called the Korean male version of “Sex and the City.” And while the shows can somehow relate, successful professionals living in an urban city who are still trying to figure out love, this is the only thing these two show have in common. Continue reading
After a long hiatus, I’m back to write about my favorite addiction: K-dramas. While it has been a long time, I will try to at least post one entry a week, with the main objective to have two a week (but hey, life happens, so don’t get too impatient) excited to get back and engage with you. As you already know, if you are looking for recaps, this is not the blog for you. I do commentary and reviews.
I will see you soon!!
The last few episodes have been a frustrating and hard journey. Very little progress was made and the once funny story started to take a mundane path. But fortunately, the story is making some progress that is worth writing about.
Because I forgot about 3-4, I decided to merge 3,4,5 and 6 together.
The second episode left with Yoo Eun Jae finding out that Park Moo Yul has been having an affair with his best friend’s wife. Although she had a low opinion of him, she didn’t expect him to be that kind of person. In her eyes, it doesn’t get any lower than that.
I like the direction this is taking. The romance is heating up between our two protagonists, and the chemistry is palpable. I can’t wit for today’s episode to air!
It’s official, Kimg Yoon Sung is public enemy numero uno.