K-drama review: Her Private Life // Adorable mix of romance and fangirly-ness!

Show Name: Her Private Life
Episodes: 16
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [Adult]
Director: Hong Jong-Chan
Cast: Park Min-Young, Kim Jae-Wook, Ahn Bo-Hyun, One, Kim Bo-Ra, Park Jin-Joo etc.


A dedicated professional, Sung Deok Mi lives for her work as an art gallery curator. Devoting herself to her work, she is exceptional in every way, save one. Beneath that cool, professional facade, Deok Mi carries a dark secret. A secret she desperately wants to keep from the world. A secret that has driven lovers away. A secret that rules every moment of her personal life…
Sung Deok Mi is the ultimate Cha Shi An fangirl.
The devoted manager of a Shi An fansite, Deok Mi eats, breathes, and sleeps for Shi An. He is her sun, her moon. Her entire universe revolves around him.
This is the secret Deok Mi must hide from the world.
And hide it she does. At least until Ryan Gold, the art gallery’s new director, saunters into her life. A once-famous painter, the former artist turned director considers himself an indifferent being, unconcerned with the lives of others. But when he uncovers Deok Mi’s secret, everything changes.

Sooo… this half-finished draft was sitting on my… draft list for a while. I had watched this drama for a few months and absolutely loved it!

This drama was a breath of fresh air and oh so adorablyyy fangirly!

Sung Deok-Mi (Park Min-Young) is totally a double agent! Her professional life is defined by her work as a curator at an art gallery. However, on the other side of this the curtain, she is a full-time fangirl and owner of a fansite for an idol group member, Shi-An (who is totally adorable btw!).

Her professional life and personal life has a distinct boundary and only her best friends are aware of how massive of a fangirl she is. Oh! I can’t begin to tell you guys about how the fangirling was relatable. On so many levels! Her perfectly balanced life is hampered when Ryan (Kim Jae-Wook) starts as the director where Sung Deok-Mi works.

The fangirling!

First thing first! The fangirling was ohmahgod sooo relatable! I could totally see myself in Sung Deok-Mi’s shoes. Her love for Shi-An was so adorable. In fact, she was among one of the first fans who started stanning Shi-Ah during his early debut days. She is the sole creator of a famous fansite that even Shi-Ah loves! I was totally fangirling over the interactions between these two!!! I think it’s one of our dreams to meet our idols and she got to do that, seeing that it made me so happy! And as the main protagonist of the drama, I definitely fell head over heels for Sung Deok-Mi. She was not only a genuinely awesome person but also kept on trying to do her best at everything, for everyone. I really admired her for that.

The romance!

The interaction between Sung Deok-Mi and Ryan was a treat to watch! They started off as adversaries and were forced to make a deal when a notorious saesang-fan stared a controversy. The romance was gradual and the angst. Oh God. I absolutely loved the angst though it made me tear up quite a bit! However, I loved every itsy bitsy thing about the romance between these two. It was such a healthy relationship and I loved how they balanced each other out.

The character development!

Cindy! Okay, so the saesang fan (if you don’t know what a saesang fan is- it’s basically a fan who is borderline obsessed with their favourites and would go to every extent to get information about them). I talked about earlier how she started a controversy, however, her character development was one of the best in the drama. Cindy turned out to be a spoiled brat who only wanted to be loved, especially by her mother. However, the bitterness within her started to dim down since she started working with Sung Deok-Mi in the gallery. She was a character that never failed to surprise me.

The backstory!

A k-drama is not complete without a heart-wrenching backstory (99% of the time!). This trope is definitely cliched but oh well, it’s one of the formulas that K-dramas have been using for eons and Her Private Life is not devoid of it. Ryan along with being a director is well known for maintaining masterpieces but ever since he came face to face with a piece painted by the artist Lee-Sol, he has not been able to pick up the brush.

We get to know more about Ryan’s life as the show moves forward. One thing I liked about this secondary-plot is that it was not forced upon the audience. This aspect of Ryan’s life was gradually introduced where the audience were eased into the story. Though the sub-plot still felt a tad bit unnecessary, I liked how all the treads were connected at the end.


Her Private Life was worth the hype! I really enjoyed the show throughout and the side characters added a complete depth to the story. Especially her best friend Lee Sun-Joo (her fangirling partner!) and Nam Eun-Ki added different layers to the story. The cute moments, the funny moments and the over-dramatic moments made the drama such a treat to the eyes and the heart!

Recommend it?

So guys, have you watched this drama? Did you find it adoooorable? What do you love best about this drama?

K-Drama Reviews: What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim & Thirty But Seventeen // Mysterious and hilarious

Okhaaay! The thing is, both the dramas I am about to review, I have watched quite a long ago. Not that long but uh… a bit long. Anyway, I adore both of these dramas sooo much and both of these were absolutely worth the hype according to me! When I get hooked to a drama, I am all in! It takes me about 1 to 2 weeks to decide what to watch next after finishing a drama, so yeah due to this, I rewatched Descendants of the Sun and right now, Love O2O, both of which I loved very much. (I think I would be over with Love O2O by the time this review is posted… LOL). Anyway, I divert… so onto this review!

Show Name: What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim
Episodes: 16
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [Adult]
Director: Park Joon Hwa
Cast: Park Min Young, Park Seo Joon, Pyo Ye Jin, Kang Hong Suk, Kang Ki Young etc.
My Rating:



The series revolves around the narcissistic Lee Young Joon, the vice president of a company run by his family. He is very self-absorbed and thinks highly of himself, so much that he barely acknowledges the people around him. Lee Young Joon has a capable and patient secretary in Kim Mi So who has remained by his side and worked diligently for 9 years without any romantic involvement. However, Mi So now want to set her life & focus on herself so when she decides to resign from her job, hilarious misunderstandings ensue. After 9 years of their strictly-workplace relationship, can it now develop in something more?

~~ Adapted from the webtoon “Kimbiseoga Wae Geureolgga” by Jung Kyung Yoon.

This drama was absolutely epic! From incorporating a dark tragic past to the point of absolute hilariousness, all was in this drama. The comedy and the mystery were what made this drama fun from the beginning. Especially the “Aura!”

Kim Mi So (played by Park Min Young) and Lee Yeong Joon (played by Park Seo Joon) were the shining stars of this drama. Although some of the side characters definitely left an impressive impact as well. I don’t think this drama would have been that hilarious without the occasional missteps of these side characters. Lee Yeong Joon, a born narcissist is the president of his company where is assisted by Kim Mi So. Normally, he loves staying within his world but when Kim Mi So she wants to leave the company to find out her inner-self, Lee Yeong Joon becomes the epitome of a panicky-mush and that’s where the fun begins!

The character of Lee Yeong Joon is so dramatic! I think it’s one of the very charms of this drama which keeps the audience thoroughly engaged. And Kim Mi So, my god, she was soooo hilarious! They were literally perfect for each other also since Kim Mi So was the only one capable of handling Lee Yeong Joon. In order to stop Kim Mi So from leaving, Lee Yeong Joon tries various methods to pursue her from leaving. From increasing her salary to even offering himself for marriage! XD As for the story process, we get to see the softy behind the narcissist exterior. I mean, he will always stay that but his character also has a sweet and genuine side. Definitely swoon-worthy!

The signature style, i.e. Korean finger heart were such a treat to watch! Although they stay professional (well almost…) during their work but the chemistry between them is booming! (Booming? Do people even use that word in this context? XD). Although Kim Mi So understood that Lee Yeong Joon wanted him as his secretary but his genuine affection was not lost on her. It was a slow and gradual process where they fell head over heels for one another. SO KYOT I TELL YOU, PEOPLE!

This drama was also incorporated a dark past which traumatised both the characters as a child. Both of them developed a phobia for certain things which they are finally able to face together. I loved how the past neatly tied with the present circumstances. Although I felt that this aspect was not as dramatic as I expected but it might be for the people present during that particular incident.

The acting was indeed marvellous and I loved each and every character of this drama. I think almost every character in this drama was over-the-top dramatic but Bong Se Ra (Hwang Bo Ra) and Yang Cheol (Kang Hong Suk) were something else! Especially the slow-mo scenes between them. Their romance was absolutely hilarious but I was definitely rooting for them from the very start! Anyway, the drama ended on a beautiful note which definitely left a lasting impact on my mind and I really hope you guys give it a shot.

Recommend it?


Show Name: Thirty But Seventeen
Episodes: 32 (half an hour episodes)
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [Adult]
Director: Jo Soo Won
Cast: Shin Hye Sun, Yang Se Jong, Ahn Hyo Seop, Ye Ji Won etc.
My Rating: 


Woo Seo Ri, a violin prodigy at 17 who was about to study in Germany, got into a bus accident and fell into a coma waking up 13 years later. Mentally she is still only 17, while physically she is now 30.
Due to a trauma he experienced 13 years before, Gong Woo Jin does not want to have a relationship with others.
This series is about a man and a woman whose lives in their own ways essentially stopped when they were 17. Together, they use all their might to try and open the door to the happiness that they once thought had been closed to them.

Thirty but Seventeen is definitely one of the gems among K-drama land. It has a mixture of so many different emotions and is executed so beautifully. Although it was the plot and the trailer which made me interested in watching this drama in the first place but I also might just be a little biased (OKHAY, A LOT) towards Yang Se Jong ever since I watched Temperature of Love.

This drama starts with Woo Seo Ri (played by Shin Hye Sun) waking up from a 13-year long coma to find herself in her thirties. A violin prodigy, she was left heartbroken and speechless, she starts a hopeless journey to find her uncle and aunt who were her only relatives after her parents passed away. Gong Woo Jin (played by Yang Se Jong) believes himself to be responsible for the accident which took the life of his first (unconfessed) love. Not knowing that she was still alive but in a coma, Gong Woo Jin secluded himself from the rest of the world. He became a mere shell of what he used to be. But when Woo Seo Ri turns up in her home, now owned by Gong Woo Jin and his cousin, Yoo Chan (Ahn Hyo Seop), fate collides and brings them together once more.

Gong Woo Jin used to be the most lively person as a child but since that incident, he has not genuinely smiled, not even for once. His hostility towards Woo Seo Ri is crystal when she first comes to the house, it would have been impossible for her to stay without Yoo Chan’s support. However, her sense of familiarity with her home brings a calming atmosphere in the house of the two men where Gong Woo Jin finally starts to find some peace. I loved the slow-building romance between the characters and the chemistry was simply electric! He finally started to wear his emotions on his face again which he had long lost forgot. Woo Seo Ri’s optimistic self was so admirable, which was also one of the factors which made the two characters come together.

My heart ached whenever Woo Seo Ri could not play her violin. It broke her heart to see someone else in the pace where she might have been if not for her incident. I was thrilled to see her not giving up on her dreams and keeping on practising to make her skills flawless as it used to be. Gong Woo Jin often froze when he was reminded of the past due to situation or two. If not for Woo Seo Riv, he never would have got the courage to step up. In a sense, they both helped each other to live again.

The side characters in this drama were very cuuuuuuuuuute. Jennifer (Ye Ji Won) was essentially mysterious but handled the house like her own family. And I absolutely adoooored Yoo Chan, he was such a sweetheart. He behaved like a kid but when it came to making decisions, his maturity amazed me. I really wanted the past to be revealed much sooner so that Gong Woo Jin realised Woo Seo Ri was none other than her first love. There were multiple hints but oh dearie, who am I kidding, this is a drama after all. I wished the revelation was a bit sooner but I was still pretty happy how every threat was connected at the end. The acting was fantastic, especially of Shin Hye Sun who portrayed that even she was 30, her brain was still stuck at 17. Due to this, it made the drama bittersweet yet a heartwarming watch!

Recommend it?


So guys, have you watched these 2 dramas yet? What did you think about it? ANY RECOMMENDATIONS GUYS??

K-Drama Review: The Great Seducer & The Liar and His Lover // Where I found my bias in Red Velvet!

Show Name: The Great Seducer/Tempted
Episodes: 32 (half an hour episodes)
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [New-Adult]
Director: Kang In, Lee Dong-Hyun
Cast: Woo Do-Hwan, Joy, Mun Ka-Young, Kim Min-Jae etc.
My Rating: 


In an act of revenge, Kwon Shi Hyun makes a bet with his friends to seduce Eun Tae Hee, who believes people that are swayed by love are pathetic. After Tae Hee meets Shi Hyun, her view on love starts to change. As Shi Hyun’s secret deepens, he starts to fall in love with Tae Hee.

Ohmygosh! I loved this so much, guys! This drama literally had me screaming!

I think it’s a hit or miss drama and fortunately, it was the former for me. I don’t think I would have given it a try if not for Joy, I was still pretty reluctant when I started it. I watched The Liar and His Lover a couple of weeks ago and I absolutely fell in love with her smile (She is so effing cute!!). The decision to watch this drama was sooo right, it was so freaking addicting. I have to admit most of the times I wanted to hit the characters with a frying pan on their head but oh well, when you are in love, you are.

The Great Seducer depicts the life of 3 spoiled brats who in order to suppress their emotional pain relishes in causing others trouble. Kwon Shi Hyun (Woo Do-Hwan) is notorious for his charms of seducing and in order to stop his father and his best friend’s mother Choi Soo-Ji (Mun Ka-Young) from getting married, he proposes to Soo-Ji. Sii-Ji takes this as an opportunity to get her revenge on his former lover Lee Ki-Young (Lee Jae-Kyoon). She wanted to ruin Eun Tae-Hee’s (Joy) life as she thought Lee Ki-Young left her for Tae-Hee. And so begins the game of lies where Soo-Ji agrees to marry him if she manages to make Eun Tae-Hee fall in love with him. But he begins to fall into his own trap when he realises his true feelings for Eun Tae-Hee.

My first thought for the three musketeers was that what a close knitted group they were. They would do about anything for each other and I quite loved that. Until the actual fact surfaced. They were so malicious that they would reach any extent to hurt another person who gave them any pain. Kwon Shi-Hyun, Choi Soo-Ji and Lee Se-Joo, all three have unstable families and they have dependent on each other since they were children. I get that, they were actually so dependent on each other and forced to care for their own but this made them completely forget that others were human too.

The trying to impress moments were goddamn hilarious! Like this one. This drama definitely had its moments!

I did not know what to think of Kwon Shi-Hyun at first. He was such a flirt and well, kinda too much. The kind of men I loathe. But his character development was so effing good! The selfish guy started caring about others after he met Eun Tae-Hee. She was a strong character, positive as well as realistic. I mean her smile lightened up the whole drama. (Yaas, I think I have a bias now… Red Velvet here I come!!) Anyways, the romance although was started all of a sudden, did not feel forced. It was kinda cute to see how both of them were struggling to convey their feelings because it was kinda first for both of them.

I honestly thought Lee Se-Joo (Kim Min-Jae), who is the third musketeer wouldn’t be as evil as Choi Soo-Ji. But oh well, he turned out to be the biggest douche-bag. He totally deserves my frying pan beating!! It was pretty clear from the start that he was in love with Choi Soo-Ji. It should have been sweet but I felt it was kinda toxic. The ultimate douche-bag of the drama was Lee Ki-Young for which this whole act started. The only one who was perfectly able to reply to him was Eun Tae-Hee. That guy was seriously too audacious, I mean how can someone be this shameless? I would have loved to see what finally happened to him but we are devoid of that. I actually loved the fact, how matured Eun Tae-Hee was in compared to those three.

The ending felt a bit rushed. Although it was beautiful, I wanted more closure. The way it ended, it wasn’t enough. Overall, this drama was pretty addicting and I would have missed out on a gem if I hadn’t given it a try. The acting was really engaging as well as the sub-plot which added more mystery to the story. This is one element which every K-drama has in common, somehow it all ties up to that one thing. Anyhoo, I will be awaiting Joy’s next drama.

Recommend it?


Show Name: The Liar and His Lover
Episodes: 16
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [New-Adult]
Director: Kim Jin-Min
Cast: Lee Hyun-Woo, Joy, Lee Jung-Jin, Lee Seo-Won, Sung Joo, Shin Je-Min, Chang Ki-Yong etc.
My Rating: 


A love story about a depressed genius music composer Kang Han Gyeol who meets the high school student Yoon So Rim when he’s living under a hidden identity. With her courageous honesty and beautiful singing, So Rim draws Han Gyeol back to her again and again. They meet love obstacles along the way as So Rim found out that Han Gyeol was actually Crude Play’s producer K and others.

The Liar and his Lover was in my to-watch list for a very long time but when of my ARMY friend recommended it, I instantly picked it up. This was my first “Joy” drama and gosh, this was sooo sweet and the songs!! I loved each and every one of them.

Yoon So-Rim (Joy) is an aspiring singer and a huge fan of the band known as Crude Play. For Yoon So-Rim, it was love at first sight when she saw Kang Han-Kyeol (Lee Hyun-Woo). For him, she was only a nuisance until he heard her voice which kept leading him back to her. Kang Han-Kyeol also known as K, is the producer of Crude Play but nobody knows his real appearance out his agency. He hides the fact to Yoon So-Rim even when they start getting close. The relationship between then starts with lies (see the common factor with the above…) but as Crude Play starts facing their own problems, he is forced to come out his hiding and deal with the problems.

Kang Han-Kyeol is the producer of all the hit songs for Crude Play but his arrogant nature and anger outbursts tend to keep everyone at bay. His character begins to change after he meets the ever shining Yoon So-Rim. Honestly, the chemistry between them was sooo sweet! Although their relationship started on a lie which was very much unintentional, its development was slow and steady. According to the drama, the age gap between the two was kinda big (not in real life though, they are only 3 years apart) but I was so relieved to see that no unnecessary issue was created on that subject. 

The inner politics of the entertainment industry was portrayed in this drama. I don’t know how much of this actually happens in real life but I wouldn’t be surprised. Because for some people in Show Biz, only the money matters. Although Kang Han-Kyeol was the childhood friend of the members of Crude Play, except one, the relationship between the guys wasn’t perfect. The development of this aspect was also refreshing. Getting accepted as who they are was the biggest competition faced by Crude Play but I absolutely loved the approach taken by the members of the band.

That damn smile…

Overall, The Liar and His Lover was worth the watch! All the OSTs were pretty much amazing and the acting was superb as well. The character development was the topmost thing that I enjoyed about this drama aside from the sweet romance. Yoon So-Rim starts out as a naive character but by the end of this drama, she has matured a lot. Same goes for Kang Han-Kyeol who realised what his selfishness had cost him. Anyway, I absolutely loved how everything was wrapped up in the end!

Recommend it?


So guys, have you watched these 2 dramas yet? What did you think about it? Do you stan Red Velvet? If yes, who’s your bias?

K-Drama Mini Reviews: The Contemporary-Romance Skimmed Edition // Where I have no Idea If I should Recommend or Not!

Drama Name: My Secret Romance
Episodes: 13

Cha Jin-Wook (Sung Hoon) is a son of a wealthy family who doesn’t like having long-term relationships but when his one-night stand who he hasn’t been able to forget, aka Lee Yoo-Mi (Song Ji-Eun) who mysteriously disappeared the next morning joins his company, things start to change for the both of them.

Okay, soooo this drama is hella cliched and predictable. But if you’re in the mood for something sweet and not complex then this is definitely the show for you. Despite the predictability, this was a cute watch actually. I liked how Lee Yoo-Mi never gave up on herself despite failing in her job almost every time. And she was pretty awkward around Cha Jin-Wook a.k.a her boss which made the situations pretty funny sometimes. The chemistry between them is definitely the number one thing that made me finish this drama!

Drama Name: The Heirs
Episodes: 20

My only reason to watch this ridiculous drama is because of Lee Min-Ho. Though I still had some expectations because of the cast. But this drama was kind of the father of melodrama. Anyhoooo, onto the review.

Cha Eun-Sang (Park Shin-Hye) belongs to a pretty poor family who goes to California to visit her sister but the visit turns out disastrous where a stranger aka Kim Tan (Lee Min-Ho) helps her in the end. She collides him with the 2nd time when she is admitted to the same school. This drama was the rags to riches kind of story which was extremely exaggerated. A love triangle was kinda forced, there were the cliched mean girl and the ultimate couple of the school. The plot was too predictable but I just wanted to finish this somehow. Like what even was the plot?

Both the main leads fall for each other but their status comes between them as Kim Tan’s father can’t see his son with a poor girl and blah blah. You get my point. They sacrifice, they give up a lot but finally end up together. The end.

Drama name: Playful Kiss
Episodes: 16

I WAS PRETTY OUTRAGED WITH THIS DRAMA!!! I should have seriously dnf-ed this one because this deserves no love at all! Because of the goddamn egoistic male lead and the female lead with no self-respect.

Oh Ha-Ni (Jung So-Min) has had a crush on Baek Seung-Jo (Kim Hyun-Joong) forever but she gets rejected in front of the whole school. After an earthquake which destroys their house, they move to her father’s childhood friend’s house which is ultimately Seung-Jo’s father. (Like wow!)

I lost count of how many times Oh Ha-Ni got treated like a trash by Seung-Jo who is pretty much a douchebag but oh no! He likes her secretly!! What in the holy hell!! Are you goddamn serious!!! Why would you treat the person you like in the worst possible manner? And even after every single incident she still went around Seung-Jo wherever e went!! That girl seriously had no self-respect at all.

The only two characters I liked in this drama were Bong Joon-Gu (Lee Tae-Seong) and Seung-Jo’s mother. She was the biggest shipper of the couple but she definitely went overboard a few times. Bong Joon-Gu made his feelings about Oh Ha-Ni no secret and cherished her. He was always by her side. Yes, he was kind of funny and weird but he was 100 times better than the male lead. I was glad to see he got a happy ending in the end but he was the actual gem present right in front of Oh Ha-Ni’s eyes and she missed out on it.

Drama Name: Reply 1997
Episodes: 16

I had a looooot of high hopes for this one because I have only heard great things about this drama. But I found it not quite as engaging as I thought it would be. (Maybe it’s because I watched many clips on YouTube before? I dunno.)

The plot revolved around a female high school student Shi-Won (Jung Eun-Ji). The story unfolds in two ways. One, we get to see the present, at their high school reunion dinner in 2012 and the other part of the story is told in flashback mode (from 1997) where their journeys from high school to college and ultimately how they became what they are now.

Despite the drama being a little boring, I still enjoyed the story and the narration style. In every episode one thing was left up to the imagination of the audience, that is who did Shi-Won ended up with since Yoon Yoon-Je (Seo In-Guk, I looooove him asdfgljkgf!! Okay!!) and his brother both liked her. In the reunion, we see all 3 of them and the answer unfolds in the last episode. I think I didn’t enjoy it more because I already knew who she would end up with. (My ship sailed thankfully!)

This drama definitely had its moments. It was realistically depicted and I loved the friendships between all the characters. Despite everything, it ended on a sweet note which left me satisfied.

Drama Name: Innocent Man
Episodes: 20

Where the man is definitely, absolutely, 100% not innocent.

I still have no idea what and why I watched this drama. I am still in awe (I don’t know if it’s good or bad. It was that weird). This is makjang drama at its highest.

This drama was actually like the Hindi serials which go on an on or years without any solid plot where even the audience forgets why they started watching this in the first place. But as much as this drama was pointless, it was hella addictive as well. I couldn’t stop watching despite being frustrated!!

Basically, Kang Ma-Roo (Song Joong-Ki) kinda gets betrayed by the love of his life Jae-Hee (Park Si-Yeon) who is willing to go beyond anything to achieve her dreams of being rich. After a certain turn of circumstances when Ma-Roo sees Jae-Hee after a lot of years, married and living her dream, he decides to get revenge, using another woman, Eun-Gi (Moon Chae-Won) who is technically Jae-Hee’s stepdaughter. (Ho! hahahaha!)

Eun-Gi is a smart businesswoman, I don’t know why or how she fell for Ma-Roo, it was a bit insta-lovey. When she ultimately learns the truth, she loses her memory in an accident and the smart, amazing woman somehow becomes a blubbering mess and dependent where she again falls for him. Ma-Roo who first approached her with a different intention starts to develop feelings for her and when he is finally sure about his feelings, she gets her memories back!


I hated Jae-Hee with all my heart. That woman was vile and only looked out for herself, though the ending tried to justify her actions but damn, how can a woman like that be forgiven? Ma-Roo was equally to be blamed, he actually brought all it on himself. The ending felt rushed too and basically, it came out of nowhere. I wanted to see the relationship between Ma-Roo and Eun-Gi develop slowly but instead, I got the melodrama with a plateful of petty revenge.

Have you guys seen any of these K-Dramas? What did you think about it? Did you enjoy any of these?

K-Drama Review: It’s Okay, That’s Love // My first Hiatus announcement!

I’ll be going on a (short) Hiatus!

Heeeeey guys! I hope your January is treating you well in every way. ❤

I’ve never gone so long without posting anything on my blog. This will be my first hiatus in almost 3 years. I’ll just take a moment to sink that in… I still can’t believe I’ll complete 3 years of blogging this March! Yooohooo!

Anyway, I’ll just be taking a short break for this month due to my exams. I have only 2-3 scheduled posts for January and hopefully, they’ll go up in time. I’ll be in back in February with my usual posting and stuff. Also, I won’t be able to hop onto other blogs and comment as much as I would love to, I know when I’ll open my email, there will definitely will be more than 5k bookish emails/notifications to check. But I wiiiiiill! So… uh, don’t think I just forgot you guys.

Exams suck!

You guys rock!

So unless then adios! ❤

Take care and stay safe. And as always stay bookish. (And don’t forget to miss moi!)

Show Name: It’s Okay, That’s Love
Episodes: 16
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [Adult]
Director: Kim Kyu-Tae
Cast: Zo In-Sung, Kong Hyo-Jin, Sung Dong-Il, Lee Kwang-Soo, Do Kyung-Soo, Yang Ik-June, etc.
My Rating:


Jang Jae Yeol is a famous mystery novelist and popular radio DJ with a prickly personality. After meeting psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo when they both serve on a talk show panel delving into the criminal mind, they instantly rub each other the wrong way. But when Jae Yeol’s girlfriend plagiarizes his work, forcing him to lie low until the media storm blows over and he can prove his innocence, he unexpectedly becomes Hae Soo’s roommate. Jae Yeol moves into a home that he owns that is being rented by Hae Soo; Jo Dong Min, another psychiatrist and Hae Soo’s senior colleague; and Park Soo Kwang, a young man with Tourette syndrome. As Jae Yeol and Hae Soo’s personalities clash, they help each other heal from their own deep-rooted emotional scars.

I just started this drama on a whim and I didn’t expect it to be this good. Jang Jae-Yeol (Zo In-Sung) is a mystery writer who meets Ji Hae-Soo (Kong Hyo-Jin), a psychiatrist on a talk show and they don’t kick off with a good start. Jang Jae-Yeol tries to talk to her but Ji Hae-Soo avoids him at all cost but when he unexpectedly becomes her roommate (who she shares with two other people), they are both forced to face each other. Slowly and steadily they start to fall for each other but when Jang Jae-Yeol’s past comes back to haunt him, their lives turn upside down.

First of all, dude that was one holy hell of a twist!!! The plot slowly eases us into the twist but it’s set up in a way that the audience can realise it first before the characters! Although I could see it coming, the anticipation killed me! And when it finally happened! Gosh!! My goodness! You have to see it for yourself to see what I am talking about. The whole game changed. I thought it’s was just a hate to love kind of drama but nooooope, it just went totally in other direction and blew my mind. Though I wish the pace was a little faster, it would have made things more compact.

Yeah, I know. I straight dived into the plot twist with discussing the plot first but I had to let it out!

So, the plot is pretty interesting. Both the characters are mature (well most of the time) but they both challenged each other and both of them couldn’t deny the chemistry between them, so it was quite a surprise when they decided to give their relationship a try. I enjoyed both the dynamics of the character. I can’t divulge more about the characters because it’s linked to the plot twist. But they were both stubborn and perfect for each other. I loved the romance between them, it was sooo sweet. And they both helped each other to heal the scars of the past they had been carrying their whole life.

Jang Jae-Beom (Yang Ik-June) who is Jang Jae-Yeol’s brother is rotting in jail due to killing his father which he pleads not guilty to. His character brought a different side to the drama which nicely wrapped up with the plot but his scenes were a bit boring. But Jang Jae-Yeol’s relationship with Han Gang-Woo (Do Kyung-Soo) was the most interesting one!

I definitely enjoyed how things were executed and there were some parts that surprised me other than the plot twist. Overall, I really enjoyed the acting and everything seemed so real, I couldn’t help but root for them!

Recommend it?


So guys, have you watched this show? Do you watch K-Dramas or are you interested in watching?

K-Drama Review: Temperature of Love || A Writer + Chef = A Heart-fluttering Romance

Show Name: Temperature of Love
Episodes: 40 (half an hour episodes)
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [Adult]
Director: Nam Gun
Cast: Seo Hyun-Jin, Yang Se-Jong, Jo Bo-Ah, Kim Jae-Wook, Sim Hee-Seop, Lee Mi-Sook, Lee Cho-Hee, Ji Il-Joo, etc.
My Rating:


Hyun Soo is an aspiring drama series writer. She uses “Jane” as her username and begins chatting with username “Chakhan Seupeu” (‘Good Soup’) online. “Chakhan Seupeu” is actually Jung Sun. He dreams of becoming a French food chef. They meet in real life.

THAT is the vaguest blurb ever!!! Don’t listen to it, I mean don’t focus on it!

This drama made my heart flutter. It was something else. I loved every moment of it. Only if this hadn’t dragged in the middle, it could have been a 5 star for me. But it was still worth a watch, I don’t regret a minute of it.

Hyun Soo (Seo Hyun-Jin) is an aspiring scriptwriter. Jung Sun (Yang Se-Jong) wants to open his own restaurant someday. When they meet, sparks fly but Hyun Soo firmly believes her career comes first and when she realises the truth about her feelings, it’s already too late as Jung Sun goes away to Paris. They meet again after five years and realise they still have feelings for each other.

The story starts in the present day but takes us on a flashback ride to the first time Hyun Soo and Jung Sun meet for the first time. The chemistry between the two main leads was off the charts!! That was the first thing that made me want to watch this show. It was just so beautiful, so effing beautiful. This drama focuses on their lives and how even a beautiful relationship has to face the trails of love. I also loved the fact that the female lead was 6 years older than the male lead, it created an interesting dynamic.

This drama is character-centric and it is beautifully executed. Hyun Soo and Jung Sun although are in different places in life but they click immediately. There is an instant attraction between them but Hyun Soo’s refuses to develop anything between them but as they spend more time together, she can’t help but fall for him but she loses that chance. They accidentally meet after 5 years and from there onwards starts a whole new journey.

This time it’s Jung Sun who is apprehensive despite having feelings for her because she already rejected him once. I simply loved how this situation was handled and how Hyun Soo finally proved that this was forever and she was never letting go again. Oh, God!! I literally cried, it was so intense and full of emotions! They were simply perfect for each other. Their romance was the freaking best ever!! ❤

The thing with second male leads is, either you can’t decide which team you are on or you simply hate them. For this drama, I absolutely loathed the 2nd male lead (Kim Jae-Wook). I actually liked him at first, he invested in Jung Sun’s restaurant and Hyun Soo’s writing career. He was a good friend. I don’t know, I think he felt that he kind of owned them. He uses his power and money to create a rift between Hyun Soo and Jung Sun because of his feelings for Hyun Soo. It was wrong on sooo many levels. Both the main leads confront him but he didn’t sway from his place until the very end despite knowing everything. Though I was relieved when he actually understood he was never going to be the one for Hyun Soo and finally made peace with it and the main leads but I don’t think I would have been that forgiving.

Also, Ji Hong-A (Jo Bo-Ah) sometimes made no sense. She was a brat and used to getting what she wants, the only interesting that happened related to her was how she handled that rude director (Song Young-Kyu) where no one ever could. She also didn’t deserve Choi Won-Joon (Sim Hee-Seop) but I won’t say that I was totally against it either.

This drama also showed the narrow-minded mentality of some people. When Hyun Soo’s parents were first introduced, they were absolutely adorable but when they saw Jung Sun’s mother, she straight on decided she didn’t like the whole family. Just because the parent is messed up, doesn’t mean that child is useless. I mean, Jung Sun had to go through a difficult childhood because of his abusive father and his lavish mother who didn’t care about anything after the divorce. Instead of giving him more love, Hyun Soo’s mother tries to avoid him as much as possible. Hwangbo Kyung (Lee Cho-Hee) and Kim Joon-Ha (Ji Il-Joo) were the comic relief of this drama. They were both so cute and hilarious at the same time.

One of the fact that made me really irritated was how Hyun Soo pushed Jung Sun to open up everything about his past. It took a long time for her to understand he eventually would when he was ready. Also, another thing that bothered me was Hyun Soo’s request to Jung Sun not to go away when he got a great offer, it was kind of selfish, well it was not actually a request but it would have felt better coming from Jung Sun rather than Hyun Soo herself but then again I remember a show I had seen a lot of years ago where the characters faced the same situation and I was begging for the hero to ask his lady love to stay. So, I kind of contradicted my own opinion. So, I would say that although it was selfish, I could see where she was coming from. They already lost 5 years, they weren’t ready to give up anymore.

Overall, Temperature of Love was an amazing show despite that it stretched a bit in the middle too much. But this drama was realistically portrayed a lot of things. There were so many characters which added a rich layer to the story and the romance was the best aspect among them all. The acting was brilliant and I couldn’t have been more happy with the cast.

Recommend it?


So guys, have you watched this drama? Do you watch K-Dramas or are you interested in watching?

K-Drama Reviews: Fight For My Way & Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo || The Sweet Yet Funky Contemporary Edition

Show Name: Fight For My Way
Episodes: 16
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [Adult]
Director: Lee Na-Jeong
Cast: Park Seo-Joon, Kim Ji-Won, Ahn Jae-Hong, Song Ha-Yoon, Kim Sung-Oh, etc.
My Rating:


Ko Dong Man used to practice taekwondo back in the school days and now he makes a living as a contract employee, while going after the UFC title. On the other hand, Choi Ae Ra gave up her dream of becoming an announcer and she works at the information desk of a department store. This is the love story of two people who chase their dreams in life, despite facing harsh reality which brings them down.

This drama was a breath of fresh air!! It was realistic and touched my heart. Ko Dong Man (Park Seo-Joon) had given up on his career due to a single incident and now works a mediocre job. Choi Ae Ra (Kim Ji-Won) never got to live her dream as an announcer. They have been best friends forever but something starts to change between them after the sudden reappearance of Ko Dong Man’s ex-girlfriend (Lee Elijah) as they begin to realise their true feelings for each other.

This may sound like a simple and boring story but let me tell you, it was the complete opposite. First of all, I adored the friendship between Ko Dong Man and Choi Ae Ra! They had been best friends since they were kids and have always been there for each other. Even before they release their feelings for each other, their friendship is a treat to watch. I loved how they jumped in and defended each other in weird situations. Most of the time it ended up being hilarious but with a touch of reality. They saw each other at their worsts but still accepted each other just the way they were without any judgement.

This drama is very character-centric, but the plot flows in its own way. It shows the life of the people who didn’t achieve their dream but never gave up hope. I loved how strong both the main leads were, despite everything they faced their problems head on! And the romance develops a lot later and slowly and I loooved Ko Dong Man and Choi Ae Ra together. From being best friends to a couple, being awkward at first but finding that comfortable zone soon enough warmed my heart.

The plot takes a turn when Ko Dong Man’s rival appears again and he faces the challenge without a doubt! Also, whenever there were matches, FIREEEE!!! by BTS was played in the background and I was fangirling so freaking hard!!! Anyway, the action sequences were pretty awesome!!!

Also, this drama focuses on another couple, Kim Joo-Man (Ahn Jae-Hong) and Baek Seol-Hee (Song Ha-Yoon). Those two have been together forever and although it seems like nothing could go wrong in their relationship but they face numerous trials and hurdles. Baek Seol-Hee was a submissive character despite the protests of Kim Joo-Man, he wanted her to stand up for herself and I literally cheered out loud when she finally surprised me!

Overall, Fight For My Way was a fantastic drama with a great cast and superb acting! As much as it was filled with doses of reality, it was also filled with heartwarming moments! I enjoyed the dynamics of the two different couple and how they grow throughout the whole show.

Recommend it?


Show Name: Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo
Episodes: 16
Genre: Contemporary, Sports, Romance, [Adult]
Director: Oh Hyun-Jong
Cast: Lee Sung-Kyung, Nam Joo-Hyuk, Lee Joo-Young, Cho Hye-Jung, Choi Moo-Sung, Jang Young-Nam, etc.
My Rating: 3 stars


Kim Bok Joo is a student at Haneol College of Physical Education. She has shown strength like no other since she was a child was influenced by her former weightlifter father. She looks thoughtless at a first glance, but inside she’s as fragile as glass and has deep recognition.

Jung Joon Hyeong is Kim Bok Joo’s best friend. He is a born swimmer but ever since he was disqualified from his first international event, he suffers from ‘start trauma’. Along with Kim Bok Joo, he overcomes his troubles and finds his dream and love.

Song Shi Ho is a rhythm gymnast who also attends Haneol College of Physical Education. She started gymnastics since she was 5 and won the Asian Games at the age of 18. She’s always been the best since then but the mental pressure caused her to break up with Jung Joon Hyung and regret it.

(This drama is inspired by the life of South Korean Olympic weightlifter gold-medalist Jang Mi Ran.)

I don’t know why but these blurbs are so lifeless. Seriously, don’t rely on them to watch a show, instead, the comment section is the most helpful to find out whether it’s our cup of tea or not.

Kim Bok Joo (Lee Sung-Kyung) and Jung Joon Hyeong (Nam Joo-Hyuk) are best friends and students of the Haneol College of Physical Education. Whereas Jung Joon Hyeong is training for swimming, Kim Bok Joo specialises in weightlifting. Her goal is to fulfil her father’s dreams but when pressure takes away her happiness in what she loves the most, she has to decide her ultimate goal in life before time flies away.

This drama deals with the life of athletes and shows how tough that can be. Also, it made me super hungry sometimes. You would understand if you watch this drama. Our two main leads, Kim Bok Joo and Jung Joon Hyeon realise they studied in the same school as a child and slowly becomes best friends. The main focus in this drama is mainly their career and how they fight for it and achieve their ultimate dream. This drama was fluffy and cute and although the romance was not the main aspect, it was really cute. And I loved how he teased her!!

I loved the teamwork and the friendship aspect of this drama. Kim Bok Joo is a strong character, literally but when she develops a crush on a doctor, her athletic life clashes in the middle. Also, the pressure gets too much to her and she is forced to take a break from what she loves the most. But with the help of Jung Joon Hyeong and the rest of her friends and family, she overcomes the difficulties. Albeit, it the pace was a little slow and it would have been more good if that wasn’t the cast but I enjoyed the drama nonetheless.

Jung Joon Hyeong is not without problems. He suffers from ‘start trauma’ after messing up in a competition. He is brave enough to take the help of a psychologist and deal with his problem maturely. This drama was filled with SWAAAAG and adorable moments and I loved the chemistry between Kim Bok Joo and Jung Joon Hyeong. I absolutely loved the acting and how everything was executed in the drama.

Recommend it?


So guys, have you watched any of these two shows? Do you watch K-Dramas or are you interested in watching?

K-Drama Review: Descendants of the Sun || Intense and engaging from the very beginning till the end!

Show Name: Descendants of the Sun
Episodes: 16
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Military, [Adult]
Director: Lee Eung-Bok, Baek Sang-Hoon
Cast: Song Joong-Ki, Song Hye-Kyo, Jin Goo, Kim Ji-Won, Lee Seung-Joon, Seo Jung-Yeon, David McInnis, etc.

My Rating:


This story tells of doctors stationed in the fictional war zone of Urk (Uruk), and follows the love story that develops between a surgeon, Kang Mo Yeon’ and a special forces officer, Yoo Shi Jin, both elite in their respective fields. The story will track both their personal and professional struggles while exploring issues about the value of life.

I officially apologize to the K-community for delaying to watch this show for a very stupid reason (No… I’m not gonna tell you the stupid reason, shush!!). Descendants of the Sun is one of the most popular K-Dramas, also considered a kind of classic and I kind of backed down because of the hype too but God I was wrong. I mean why did I wait so long to watch this freaking awesome drama!! Well, the comment section was very persuasive, so I finally decided to give it a go and 5 minutes in I was hooked!! Absofreakinglutely hooked!

The story revolves around a special task force officer, Yoo Shi-Jin (Song Joong-Ki) and a surgeon Kang Mo-Yeon (Song Hye-Kyo) who meet under extraordinary circumstances. Their fate seems to collide again and again and they slowly realise their feelings for each other. Either their relationship will be strong enough to handle everything or will one be left behind forever.

The Plot

Yoo Shi-Jin and Kang Mo-Yeon indeed meet under extraordinary circumstances which leads to a misunderstanding. Yoo Shi-Jin is immediately attracted to the feisty surgeon but they don’t get enough time to know each other. When Kang Mo-Yeon and her team are sent to Urk for medical works, they come face to face once again and their incomplete story begins again. This show is kind of cheesy too but it’s worth it! I couldn’t stop smiling at some of the moments and most of their interaction was pretty hilarious!

But the story had its serious moments too, especially when the earthquake happened and everything was in chaos, also when the epidemic broke out, I loved how the characters handled things. It kept me on edge and I was glued to the screen to know what happened next! There were also a loooot of side characters and I definitely enjoyed the fact that all the main focus was on always on the main leads but we were getting to know about the others as well.

The Action

The action plays a vital role in this drama considering it’s a military drama. The opening scene was pretty intriguing but kind of hilarious with all their code names like Big Boss and Harry Potter!! XD But at the same time, I was left biting my nails as the tension soared the sky. Yoo Shi-Jin being a part of the Alpha team can’t divulge any information about any of their mission which kind of creates a rift between him and Kang Mo-Yeon but she is mature enough to understand it later on. All his secret missions were super exciting. They were mysterious and secretive and of course super dangerous, that’s why their task force was called in when no other choice was left. And damn… I enjoyed every moment of it!

The Romance

Oooo, the romance was the sweetest!!! Yoo Shi-Jin is a strong and extremely brave soldier but a romantic at heart and Kang Mo-Yeon is mature yet caring. They both complimented each other perfectly.

Anyway, their precious moments were interrupted a lot due to Yoo Shi-Jin emergency duty calls but they took their chance in the small moments possible. Their chemistry was crystal clear from the very start although the relationship slowly develops. (And I loooooove that now they are married in real life!!!) Trust was one of the most important factors and their trust in each other was the strongest! I absolutely loved the romance. ❤

The Sub-Plot

Aaaah, the sub-plot was pretty interesting too. Yoo Shi-Jin comes face to face with one of his comrades, Agus, who he rescued a long time ago but now things were different. I definitely loved this dynamic of the show and the new challenges and twists that came with it.

Also, I absolutely loved the secondary pair. Seo Dae-Young (Jin Goo) and Yoon Myeong-Joo (Kim Ji-Won) were just adorable!! Yoon Myeong-Joo was an army doctor but due to her father who was the General, Seo Dae-Young was forced to stay away from her. It broke my heart to see those two hurting but I loved when they finally stood up for each other!


Descendants of the Sun was a fantastic watch! One that will stay will me forever! The plot although a little cliched was executed perfectly and loved the characters and the romance!! But the last two episodes were kind of crazy, I didn’t feel it was necessary to do that of an extreme thing but well, I was satisfied in the end!

Recommend it?

So guys, have you watched this drama? Do you watch K-Dramas or are you interested in watching?

K-Drama Review: You’re All Surrounded || Hilarious and Intriguing Enough

Show Name: You’re All Surrounded
Episodes: 20
Genre: Action, Comedy, Romance, [Adult]
Director: Yu In-Sik
Cast: Lee Seung-Gi, Cha Seung-Won, Go Ara, Ahn Jae-Hyeon, Park Jung-Min, Sung Ji-Ru
My Rating:


Eun Dae Gu, Uh Soo Sun, Park Tae Il and Ji Gook – otherwise known as the P4 – are the new recruits in the violent crime unit at Gangnam Police Station. These rookies are neither enthusiastic nor passionate about their new jobs and have joined the crime squad for varying but unbefitting reasons. They are lead by an erratic and hot-headed Seo Pan Suk who wants nothing more than to wash his hand off of the incompetent new recruits.

You’re All Surrounded is definitely one of the best K-Drama I’ve ever seen!! It was so freaking awesome! This drama kept me engaged thoroughly from the start to the finish. I randomly discovered it YouTube one day and watching this one was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. #SorryLife #NopeNotEvenSorry

Eun Dae-Koo (Lee Seung-Gi), Eo Soo-Sun (Go Ara), Park Tae-II (Ahn Jae-Hyeon) and Ji Kook (Park Jung-Min) are four rookie detectives who start working under Pan Seok (Cha Seung-Won) who is the leader of team 3. They have all joined this profession for some reason or the other but Eun Dae-Koo is the one who seems to be the one harbouring secrets and he’s the only one who recognises Pan Seok even though it’s been 11 years since they first met, Eun Dae-Koo still holds a grudge against him but as they start working together, he realises things may not have been the way he actually thought in the first place.

The plot was definitely refreshing and interesting! Eun Dae-Koo’s mother was murdered when he was still in school and he holds Detective Pan Seok responsible for that and after so many years he’s back but working under the same detective he has a grudge against. The backstory was moulded perfectly into the present. One of the things, I loved the most was that this drama was hilarious at times! The only let down of this entire drama was the big reveal, well even the characters thought so… but don’t let that be the only thing from watching this show because it’s definitely worth it! Also, I enjoyed how Eo Soo-Sun’s mother incident tied up with the main plot, it was seriously interesting! I can’t reveal much without spoiling, so just go and watch this show!

The characters. Oh, my god, the characters were freaking EPIC!! Eun Dae-Koo is the perfect epitome of angry young man but in fact, he’s a squishy teddy bear. Eo Soo-Sun was just adorable and I soooo loved the romance between the two. The romance was not heavily focused but it was still there and I looooved it! Park Tae-II and Ji Kook (is actually a teddy bear) were the perfect additions to the team and definitely provided the comic relief. But the one character who was the most interesting was Seo Pan-Seok, the lead detective. He was already involved with Eun Dae-Koo’s mother’s murder case and as the show proceeded we get to see more of him, I definitely enjoyed how everything was handled. He was phenomenal actually!! And that ending, I can’t stop laughing whenever I think that!! 😂

This scene was the best and the most HILARIOUS moment of the entire drama!! 😂😂

Although the main plot structure was maintained, the rookies had to solve other cases and each and every one of those were pretty awesome, especially the ones with which the show starts. It was hilarious actually! I had to pause before I was laughing too goddamn much.I loved the fact that they grew as a team as the show proceeded and it was one of the best things ever. They became one as a family. I really hated all the politics that played a vital role in the show, there were quite a few shocking moments but I definitely loved how the ending wrapped up.

Overall, You’re All Surrounded is an addictive show! The acting was really great and Cha Seung Won definitely did a brilliant job. His character will keep you guessing throughout most of the drama and I loved that mystery factor. I am soooo glad I decided to watch this drama.

Recommend it?

You still need to ask!!

So guys, have you watched this show yet? If yes, what are your favourite things about it? And if not, are you interested in watching?

K-Drama Review: Kill Me, Heal Me || Intriguing with a pinch of irritating

Show Name: Kill Me, Heal Me
Episodes: 20
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Mental-Illness, [Adult]
Director:  Kim Jin-Man
Cast: Ji Sung, Hwang Jung-Eum, Park Seo-Joon, Kim Yoo-Ri, Oh Min-Suk, Choi Won-Young
My Rating: 


After a traumatic experience in his childhood, Cha Do Hyeon, a third-generation billionaire, suffers memory lapses and his personality then scattered into seven different identities. Wanting to regain control over his life he asks Oh Ri Jin, a first-year psychiatric resident, to try to helps him secretly, but she eventually falls in love with one of his personalities. Meanwhile, Ri Jin’s twin brother, Oh Ri On, is a famous mystery novelist who investigates about Do Hyeon and his family.

Okay so, this drama is super popular and super love by most people but unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy it as much as I thought it did. I guess the case of it’s me, not you happened with me for this drama.

Cha Do Hyeon (Ji Sung) has been suffering from split personality disorder since he was a child after a certain accident but he has no previous memories of it. When his life accidentally intertwines with a psychiatric resident Oh Ri Jin (Hwang Jung-Eum), she decides to try and help him but slowly she starts falling for one of his personalities. But when everything threatens their future, they are both forced to relive their painful past in order to make peace with their true selves.

So first of all, the good things! The plot was a masterpiece. The way multiple personality disorder was handled was indeed praise-worthy, it was comical at times but it was never offensive and it kept surprising me at every turn. Cha Do Hyeon’s personality breaks down into 7 pieces after a certain incident during his childhood. All the personalities were so freaking different from each other, Ji Sung’s acting was simply phenomenal. The way he switched from one role to the other definitely managed to surprise me.

Out of all the personalities, Shin Se-gi was the most dominant one and damn I loved him! He was also the one most attached Oh Ri Jin. The romance was a bit insta-lovey which didn’t bother me much but I didn’t totally enjoy it either. One of the things that was the most annoying was Oh Ri Jin’s screaming. My goodness, there was definitely no need for so much screaming though!!

Anyway, among the rest of the personalities, Ahn Yo-na too was the one who was the most hilarious but I can’t forget Perry Park, he was equally funny but dangerous as well because of his love for making bombs! I seriously couldn’t stop laughing at those moments!

Although the plot was executed well, I felt this drama stretched too much, especially because of the repetitive flashbacks which after some time started to become too irritating. But I did enjoy how their pasts intertwined. Anyway, the way this show wrapped up won my heart. I was almost on the verge of tears when we had to say goodbye to the personalities but I was absolutely pleased how this show ended. Oh, oh how can I forget, I looooved Oh Ri On (Park Seo Joon) as the female lead’s brother, they were such cute siblings and I loved how they took care of each other until the end.

Overall Kill Me, Heal Me was an intriguing drama. The plot was complicated but executed well enough and all the issues were handled well. The acting was reaaaally awesome and although I didn’t enjoy it totally, I’m still glad I watched this one.

Recommend it?


So guys, have you watched this show yet? Did you enjoy it?