Korean Dramas You Must Watch!

It’s been a long time since I’ve decided to type again and update my blog. And the first thing that comes into my mind is to share how my fangirl life is doing. And I’ve been busy with so much Korean dramas going on. So I thought you would like to know what I’ve watched and preferred you to watch (plus the summary) So here it is:

 

WEIGHTLIFTING FAIRY KIM BOK JOO

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Kim Bok-Joo (Lee Sung-Kyung) is a promising collegiate female weightlifter. Her father runs a small chicken restaurant and her uncle wants to become an actor. She has a bright personality and strong sense of justice. Kim Bok-Joo and her friends on the female weightlifting team are not popular with the guys and they don’t have boyfriends. The weightlifting team and the rhythmic gymnastic team also don’t get along at all.

Meanwhile, Jung Joon-Hyung (Nam Joo-Hyuk) is a collegiate swimmer plagued with numerous false start disqualifications. He is 21-years-old and has a free spirit. His uncle and aunt raised him along with his cousin Jung Jae-Yi (Lee Jae-Yoon).

One day on campus, Kim Bok-Joo bumps into Jung Joon-Hyung while he is riding his bicycle. Her face looks familiar to Jung Joon-Hyung. After he leaves, Kim Bok-Joo picks up a handkerchief left behind by Jung Joon-Hyung. The handkerchief is very important to him and he begins looking for it.

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Confessions of a K-drama Addict //01

Because I can’t held it inside of me without sharing it with anyone…

That’s one big reason why I created this. I’m a person who wanted to share every wonderful things I’ve experienced in my life. I consider me being a fan of Korean drama a big thing in my life. Then I realized, why I barely share these kind of feels to my friends.

I’ve been keeping all of these, inside me for a long time now. Then it hit me. Why didn’t I share it to my beloved blog? But maybe I did. I somewhat did when I made some drama reviews. But maybe it wasn’t enough for me.

Well then here it is! My very own confession of a K-drama addict!

To be honest, I didn’t like korean dramas before.  My cousin has been very deeply in love with k-pop and dramas since then and I knew it. She collected dramas and k-pop songs and we had lots and lots of it.

Then one time, on my facebook news feed, all posts were about Descendants of the sun. I thought about it was a song. I didn’t have any idea back then that I will be loving this k-drama.

A few days later, I opened my snapchat account and saw some posts of my friend. Then one of my snapchat friend happens to be my cousin’s friend which is also a k-drama and k-pop lover. There was a picture then the caption was “Crying over descendants of the sun”

The name was very familiar. Then I caught my cousin,s talking about it. Then me being an epal cousin, asked them if I could borrow or watch it. Then they let me borrow the tablet.

Then I was shocked, it was in korean language and the thought that it’s about the love between a doctor and a soldier, was very weird but amazing at the same time. Weird because I’ve never seen a soldier in a drama mostly I see them in action movies.

And the story doesn’t just run between their love, it’s also how they take part in their own jobs! I was like, “Wow! I wish I would be like that when I grew up!”

It was an inspiring story. It makes me want to pursue medicine. Not because it’s Kang Mo Yeon’s job but I really had that dream in me before I even met her. The drama was a success!

And I want to congratulate my beloved and oh-so- awesome Song-song couple for winning the Grand Award of KBS! It was surely a good starter for the next year. And being a fan, I’m so proud for the both of them! Saranghae!

Korean Drama Review: Love in the Moonlight

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Love in the Moonlight Poster

DETAILS

Director: Kim Sung-Yoon

Written by: Kim Min-Jung and Im Ye-Jin

Number of episodes: 18 (excluding special episode)

Network: KBS2

Genre: Historical/ Coming-of-age/ Romantic-Comedy

Starring:

Park Bo Gum as Lee Young

Kim Yoo Jung as Hong Ra On

Jin Young as Kim Yoon Sung 

                                                                                     Kwak Dong Yeon as Kim Byun Yun

                                                                                    Chae Soo Bin as Jo Ha Yeon


SYNOPSIS

Hong Ra-On disguises herself as a man and counsels men on dating. Due to a love letter she wrote for a client, she meets Crown Prince Lee Yeong. Hong Ra-On is unaware that he is the Crown Prince and Lee Yeong is unaware that Hong Ra-On is a woman. The Crown Prince becomes interested in Hong Ra-On. His eunuchs become aware of this and attempt to get Hong Ra-On to become one of them.

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Korean Drama review:W-Two Worlds

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W-Two Worlds Official Poster

Details

Director: Jung Dae-Yoon

Written by: song Jae Jung

Number of episodes: 16

Network: MBC

Genre: Romance/ Melodrama/ Suspense/ Fantasy

Starring: Lee Jong Suk as Kang Chul

Han Hyo-Joo as Oh Yeon Joo


Synopsis

A romance takes place between Kang Chul (Lee Jong-Suk), who is super rich and exist in the webtoon “W,” and Oh Yeon-Joo (Han Hyo-Joo) who is a surgeon in the real world. Webtoon always brings them together. and with that Oh Yeon Joo, fall in love without noticing it as she help Kang Chul  survive.

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