Drama dating on earth
I decided to create a separate blog post for additional Korean dramas. I know they were crap, but some unspecified addictive chemical in them kept me drinking. Song Joong Ki became one of my most favorite Korean actors since I watched him in Sungkyunkwan Scandal and Innocent Man (Nice Guy). The plot, the actors, the chemistry between the casts – total package.
I thought this list is getting too long and some of you might be having hard time loading the page. And because I got too addicted to it, I came up with an idea to embark on a quest to find the good quality romantic comedies. Plus you get to see tons of good-looking-shirtless actors running around.
The writer deserves the credit, for bringing such a thoughtful, compelling story to viewers.
Warm and Cozy is very light; it makes it easy to watch. I tried watching this because I was out of dramas to watch, but to my surprise, this one is really good.
I kept laughing at the silliness of the characters. There’s nothing fancy about this drama, it’s a simple family-oriented story, but it gives you a light and refreshing feeling. Though I have so many unanswered questions, I still think this drama is good.
And I am surprise with Kim Da Som’s acting; it’s something you won’t expect from an idol. I actually am thankful I gave this a try; it shows me different side of Yoochun and Se Kyung, the funny sides. Though this is some fort of drama-documentary-ish style, it still didn’t disappoint me.
Their chemistry overshadowed the flaws of the series. The story was very engaging and entertaining…you’d laugh, you’d cry.