Taleena and I have been busy girls lately. We are on so many drama clubs for Dramafever that this poor little blog gets sorely neglected. I’ve updated the links to our most recent articles for Tomorrow’s Cantabile, which just ended. *sob* Also updated Say I Do Again, Modern Farmer, Greatest Marriage, High School Love On and Mr. Baek. We have also started two new ones. The second season of After School: Lucky or Not has finally started. *YAY* And we are taking on a historical in The King’s Face starring Seo In Guk and our favorite psychopath Shin Sung Rok.
I also did a recent DF movie review for Lady Daddy which was a sweet film.
Our Dramafever Drama Club has been having a lot of fun together. Here’s the recaps for episodes 5 – 8
I’m part of my third Drama Club on Dramafever. I cannot describe how much fun I’m having. Yes, its a lot of work trying to get 3 ladies together to comment on an episode, and thank you Google docs. Boy, does that make it easier.
The first 6 episodes are out. I’ll be adding the links for Episodes 5 and 6 when they post this week, so here are the links for the first 4 episodes.
Episodes 1-2 3-4
Now, just a little review so far. I fell in love with this series with the first episode. Our two male leads took on characters that were polar opposites from their last projects. Let me explain.
Joon Hyun: Self professed god of music, petty, selfish and a colossal jerk. Oh the stuff this boy pulls…. *shakes head*
Entertainingly played by actor Ji Hyun Woo. This is Hyun Woo’s first role since his discharge from the military. Now what made this great for me was that this character was NOTHING like his last one. His last role was the strong, almost silent protector of Queen In-Hyun’s Man. He was everything a girl dreams about in her fantasy white knight who over comes time and space for love. The chemistry he had with his leading lady was amazing and I really like watching this boy kiss. Joon Hyun is NOTHING like Boong Do and I’m so happy about that. I hate when actors gets type-cast. Hyun Woo does a great job of bringing to life this egotistical asshole who believes anything is okay as long as he’s right. This drama takes this character on a roller coaster ride in just the first 4 episodes and its a humbling experience for him.
Geun Woo: Son of the music company president who contracts with our lead actress. He’s flaky, a bit klepto and doesn’t take himself seriously. He knows he’s a spoiled rich brat and has the humor and insight to laugh at himself.
This character is what sold me. Shin Sung Rok last played an evil psychopath in My Love From Another Star. This guy was so evil that anytime he smiled you knew someone was about to die. He was brilliantly evil and Sung Rok was compelling. We nick named him Scary Oppa. Geun Woo is anything but. We go from scary and evil to goofy and light hearted….and you buy it. Completely. He comes across as a flake but you soon learn that that is a cover for someone who is very very observant.
These are but two of the very entertaining characters in this delightful drama.