Day 04: Your Favorite Male Third Wheel Character

Seo Sung-joon - Smile, You




The truth is that I don't really have a favorite secondary male character. I've enjoyed some (Han-sung, Coffee Prince) and thought others were interesting characters (Ho-gae, Legend). But most of the time I'm super bored by them (Ki-Joong, Dal-ja's Spring) or supremely annoyed (Yul, Goong). I have yet to come across that third wheel that made me question the OTP in a kdrama.

But Sung-joon is a very fun character and he helped make the middle stretch of Smile, You, with it's scheming parents and never-ending episode count more tolerable. He was great comic relief and had an adorable little love story of his own.

Even cuter? Lee Chun-hee married his co-star. How sweet is that?

30 Days of Kdramas )
Finally got around to this



Following the cut you will find a ranking of my least to most favorite of the dramas (Japanese, Korean, and Taiwanese) that I finished this year.

I think the whole this is pretty safe, though I do make a few allusions to plot points. So, I'm just going to cover my bases and say potential spoilers for Coffee House, Dal Ja's Spring, Fantasy Couple, Gumiho: Tale of the Fox's Child, Hotaru no Hikari 2, Iris, Kekkon Dekinai Otoko, Liar Game 2, My Girlfriend is a Gumiho, Natsu no Koi wa Nijiiro ni Kagayaku, Oh My Lady, Playful Kiss, Prosecutor Princess, Shokojo Seira, Smile You, Smiling Pasta, Something Happened in Bali, Sunao ni Narenakute, Tsuki no Koibito, and Yankee-kun to Megane-chan.

It's one big ol' image. JSYK )

Final Thoughts: I have to say, 2010 was a bit of a disappointment for me on the drama front. Nothing I watched this year merited a five star ranking on my own personal Drama Rankings. Maybe I'm just getting bitter in my old age, because my top two dramas I adored yet just couldn't bring myself to call them nearly perfect. But honestly, I wonder if I rewatched some of those 5 star dramas if I wouldn't demote them now. I watched them when the world of dramas was still mostly shiny, new, and wonderful. I thought everything was great back then. AH WELL.

What I can say is that there was a crop of excellent female characters, it's just too bad they were stuck in such middling (Eun Young, Coffee House) or straight-up awful (Maemi, Tsuki no Koibito) dramas.

Here is hoping for better results next year! I'm going to start 2011 off by finishing up Joseon X-Files and then either Chuno, Secret Garden, Story of a Man, or City Hall.
I FINALLY FINISHED SMILE, YOU!!!!

MAN, I am definitely not tackling a 40+ episode drama for quite some time. That's not to say I didn't enjoy Smile... It's just... that was just a LOT of episodes.

I did have one issue with the last two episodes: How is it that in one scene we have Grandpa and Jung In dancing in the driveway and then the next scene of him has him in a coma in his bedroom? Everyone was like: "Please wake up" and I'm sitting here thinking I really must have MISSED SOMETHING, because how did he slip into a coma without me SEEING IT? I must have rewound five times just to make sure I hadn't erased it from my memory. But, that's seriously how they did it. One scene, he was dancing around with Jung In, then we see her and Hyun Soo at the OB/GYN, and then Jung In's dad is trying to wake the grandfather up with the smell of food. WHAT THE HELL, SHOW? And if he IS in a coma, WHY ISN'T HE AT A HOSPITAL? I understand having him at home for hospice care, but maybe you should get him checked out for real first? I just... I don't know. And I'm guessing he was dead at the end? I was actually fine with that, we'd already seen the family go through so much grief with his illness, heart attack, and dementia, I really didn't need to see them sob for and hour watching him die. So, I liked the upbeat nature of the ending. His spirit is watching them and their ever-expanding brood. I thought it was sweet.

But really, that didn't detract at all from how much I enjoyed the drama as a whole. Sure, the family drama was HORRIBLY TIRESOME at times, but the relationship between Jung In and Hyun Soo allowed me to forgive all that. I adored watching their relationship develop, it was completely organic, and I loved how they both evolved as individuals through the entire length of the series. And they just loved each other so much. It was wonderful just being able to watch them be happy and find strength in their partner near the end. And so much snuggling and kissing. Oh, I adored it.

I'm very excited to see what drama Lee Min Jung does next. She has so much charisma, she just lights up the screen. And I'll need to check out some of Jung Kyung Ho's previous work. Princess Ja Myung Go and Time Between Dog and Wolf are both on my to-watch list.

I also watched the first two episodes of 18 vs. 29, but I think I'm going to have to set it aside for a while. Everyone was kind of rubbing me the wrong way. It was all very shrill. It kind of reminded me of my initial reaction to Wallflower. I'm just not in the mood for that at this moment.

So, for the time being I'm going to focus my efforts on finishing IRIS. I'm through episode 15 now. I kind of loved episode 15, particularly the showdown between Hyun Joon and Sa Woo. That was so heartbreaking! And it totally wasn't fair to do those flashbacks to happier times. I was totally tearing up right along with Hyun Joon. That had to hurt SO MUCH. But, I can see why Sa Woo wouldn't back down. Once you've done so many terrible things, you can't really acknowledge what you did as wrong. How would you ever be able to live with yourself?

And I think I'm getting a cold, unless this sinus pressure, fatigue, and cough mean something else. Do not want.

OH! And Happy St. Patrick's Day to everyone! La Fheile Padraig Sona Duit! I hope you're wearing green. If not, I just gave you an internet pinch. Go drink some green beer.

<3

Mar. 2nd, 2010 12:23 pm
OK, so I'm pretty excited with THIS news that Kimura is going to star in an upcoming romantic drama. I'm on a serious romance kick recently so this was VERY well received. It also reminds me that I need to get back to working my way through his catalog of dramas. Though after Long Vacation I've cooled a little on the idea since it was kind of 'blah'. Anyway, YAY!

I've made it through ep 17 or 18 of Dal Ja's Spring. I honestly can't remember right now since I never really paid attention to begin with >_> . ANYWAY, it still continues to be cute and fun. Dal Ja and Tae Bong are fantastic as a couple. How can they be so precious?

HOWEVER, there have been some reactions on the part of the mothers that have kind of taken me out of the story. Both of the mothers find out that Dal Ja and Tae Bong have been living together... AND DON'T GET OUT OF BED FOR TWO DAYS. REALLY? That just seems like a smidge of an overreaction. I get being traditional, but did it truly shake your world THAT MUCH? I just couldn't buy it so I found that whole plot point tiresome and I'm hoping we'll soon move on. Get over it.

From the look of the previews, there is going to be some trouble in paradise and I am less than excited about it. Maybe I need to take a break from this drama. I've been going full steam and just want everyone to be HAPPY already, so the episode count has gotten to me. Maybe watching 40+ episodes of Smile, You has destroyed my tolerance for the length of kdramas at the moment?


LOST tonight. I'm fully prepared for some real answers and no more pointless Jack's alternate reality son storylines. We get it: EVERYONE HAS FATHER ISSUES.

Also, I'm sick of this dull headache plaguing my days... DX

ETA: A meme courtesy of [livejournal.com profile] sailorgaia since I filled it out on her journal:Read more... )
It was a REALLY close contest, and Buchou put up a good fight. But in the end, everyone's favorite coffee prince pulled out the win.

Congratulations Han Kyul, you are THE drama boyfriend!




Sorry I took so long to finish this, real life was kind of distracting for a while. Plus, they were tied for a really long time.

I played a little bit of catchup on Smile, You. I'm through episode 40 and I'm really looking forward to the finish line. It's not that I don't enjoy the show - I love watching Jung-In and Hyun-Soo grow as a couple. They are insanely adorable and it's refreshing to just watch a pair be happy. I don't know that I've ever watched a drama that followed a couple all the way through courtship and into married life.

But 40+ episodes is a LOT. I don't think I'll ever commit to something like this again. It's one thing with American television that has 22 episodes stretched out for an entire season, it's something completely different to have 2 episodes week in and week out. If I'm this worn out watching it I can't imagine how beat the cast is.

So yeah, we're going to keep it short for the near future.

In the interest of keeping things short, I picked up an anime! I have a disc of Cowboy Bebop sitting around, but that's my bike workout anime. I've been NOT working out, so I haven't watched it. What I did start watching was Kimi ni Todoke because [livejournal.com profile] jiayi mentioned it and I thought it sounded cute.

It's the story of Sawako, a shy girl that is consistently misunderstood by her peers. Her natural tendency for gloomy expressions and introverted nature come off creepy and have earned her the nickname "Sadako" (At first I thought I was reading the synopsis for The Wallflower when I looked this up). The anime follows her journey as she finally makes some friends and starts to break out of her shell. It's very cute and the characters are a lot of fun.

There is one small problem - I just can't see Sawako as creepy. Besides a few odd looking chibis and expressions here and there, she is drawn very pretty. She's quiet, but whenever she does speak she is sweet and is only interested in making people happy. Sawako is like a blend of Tohru and Hana from Furuba.

I guess rumors have built up so much around her that everyone is ready to interpret her as creepy despite what she actually says or does. I can see people avoiding her on account of her shyness, because that makes people feel awkward. And, well, who am I kidding. I'm sure plenty of kids are mean-spirited enough to tease, but it happens less so in high school.

Anyway, it's just an aspect I have to deal with because the rest of the show is enjoyable. Sawako's friends are strong and supportive and her love interest is pretty adorable. He is someone she admires but that isn't what he wants to hear. Sawako's repeated misunderstandings of his intentions and his dismay at said misunderstandings are precious.
DRAMA BOYFRIEND SUPER BOWL TIED AT 11-11 VOTE NOW!

SO, I finished Something Happened in Bali and quickly moved on to Fantasy Couple because I needed something as light-hearted and fun as Bali was depressing and soul-crushing.

Seriously, I don't believe any other drama has so nearly convinced me that the human race is nothing more than a collection of incredibly selfish and self-serving villains. At least in Maou there were some glimpses of good. In Bali, nothing of the sort. Even our heroine who began the show as a bright spot of spunk and determination despite her situation was soon revealed to be just as money-hungry as everyone else.

I don't think anyone on that show was capable of caring about anything other than their own feelings. Even for how much Jae Min loved Soo Jung, what mattered (in the VERY TRAGIC END) was how he felt. So even though I really wanted to root for him because he had been through so much and fought so hard, it was impossible. Love as no place in the world of Bali, because while Soo Jung claimed to love her pride was always more important. Better to take care of yourself than risk anything.

Liar Game 2 was pretty much what I expected it to be - a weak retread of the original series. Liar Game never really felt like a true drama to me, more like a very fun reality show. The problem that Liar Game faces is keeping people engaged. It's just as easy to get sucked in as it is to have your eyes glaze over. This happens for me whenever the games go on for multiple episodes. It all gets so convoluted that nothing makes sense and you just want Akiyama to win already because you know he will. That was the main issue with LG2, there were too many looooong games, especially that gold-smuggling one. It wasn't even that clever and just went. on. for.e.v.e.r.

That's why I think the movie is going to be really good. They have a small timeframe to work in and I'm sure they will make the best of it.

I just have ONE episode of Fantasy Couple left and I'm not going to be able to get to it for a couple of days and it's killing me. I just want Anna and Chul Soo to have their happily ever after already. The series chugged along so nicely in the beginning, but these last two eps have dragged. It's like the writers realized they wanted some angst so they threw in some half-cooked reason why the leads had to be apart.

It's mopey and not nearly as fun as the rest of the series was. If they wanted angst they should have done more with that girl who loved Chul Soo. Wasted opportunity in my opinion. She was so close to being wickedly evil but never quite reached it.

That being said, I'm pretty sure I want to do a post solely about Jo Anna, because she is AMAZING. What a great character.

Also, Smile, You got extended AGAIN. I'm already behind 5 episodes thanks to viikii hiccuping and links getting broken. I may cry.
REMINDER: Vote now in the Drama Boyfriend Playoffs. I'll leave the Conference Championships up through Friday.



I watched the first episode of Wallflower/Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge/Perfect Girl Evolution/WHATEVER (I'm going to stick with Wallflower since that's how the majority of my flist refer to it) and I think I might have hated it. It was pretty insane. Now, I don't mind insane. I adored Hana Kimi after all. But this just felt like a giant mess.

The entire episode was just so manic. I felt like they were cutting to different camera shots and scenes every 5 minutes. They never let your eyes just rest and follow a scene through. It was like a kid who'd had too much soda. The drama was bouncing off the walls. I'll give it one more episode and put it aside, I have other things I want to watch.

Of course, I could just be hyper sensitive given the other drama I'm watching is Something Happened in Bali which is about as polar opposite a drama as you could get. Maybe I'm experiencing drama hypothermia.

Speaking of Bali, MAN is it depressing. It makes you kind of lose faith in humanity. Everyone is either evil or irrevocably damaged. Not exactly an uplifting story. No wonder I don't watch that many melodramas (or really any at all). This is getting really tough for me to trudge through and I know it's only going to get worse. D:

Smile, You made me cry again. I'm very grateful that Jung In's father has finally grown up. I like how they've dealt with it though, he's still very much the same man, he just finally feels some responsibility for his actions and his family. I'm very concerned, however, at what Hyun Soo's mother is cooking up.

VAMPIRE DIARIES is back tonight. I'm not at all ashamed at how excited this makes me.

ETA: OH, but to prove I don't rot my brain all the time, I am reading A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini (he also wrote The Kite Runner) and it's wonderfully written but completely heartbreaking.
Good morning flisties! (If you are in the western hemisphere, of course)

This is just a quick reminder to go vote for the first wild card round in the Drama Boyfriend Playoffs. All the cool kids are doing it!

The two different polls are here and here.

I believe there is currently one tie that needs to be broken. I'll leave the voting open until 6 pm EST tonight. And then reevaluate. Hopefully there won't be any ties then.

In other news...

I watched episodes 30 and 31 of Smile, You last night. I really started showing viewer fatigue during 30. I SO wish this hadn't been extended 16 episodes. I think it could have been a really excellent (the younger generation storylines of course, the parents generation will ALWAYS be dull) 30 episode drama. Things are wearing a little thin and getting pretty repetative.

Then I watched ep 31 and cried... TWICE. What the hell, show? ;_;
First, the bad news. I parked on the street in front of my house Friday night. Saturday morning I go out and discover some jackass has sideswiped my car in the early hours, busted my driver-side mirror, and ran. No note, nothing. So now I am out $450 for brand new mirror and the labor needed to reinstall it. Plus, I won’t get it until after the weekend due to the holiday. Until then I have to drive around like some redneck with a broken mirror. It’s a little scary driving sans mirror. I enjoy being able to see. I should count my blessings that it wasn’t worse. I can’t imagine what it would have cost if they had damaged more of my car.

Cut for picture of damage )

I really hope karma comes back and bites them in the ASS.

Good news: I’m done with Christmas shopping! Now I just need to wrap everything. Christmas is rather small this year given I have no money, which is sad because I really do enjoy getting people things. I had also meant to make a rag quilt for my mom, but never got around to it. I’m finally in the Christmas spirit, though! I’m even listening to Christmas music at my desk (thanks, Pandora). We got a little dusting of snow, which almost ended with me on my ass because ice and heels don’t mix. But, I survived.

What I watched this weekend, jdramas, kdramas, and regular-type tv! )
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We are getting some crazy ass weather in my parts today. For anyone that has lived in an area that experiences tornadoes, you know exactly what I'm talking about when I mention the way the sky looks during tornado weather. It's bright and cloudy all at the same time. It's very eery. The sky looked just like that this morning, the only difference is that when conditions are right for a tornado you don't get any wind. This morning, the clouds were churning something fierce. I got into the office having only to drive through a few sprinkles. According to anyone that has gone out since 8:30 this morning we have some sideways blowing SNOW.

Note: I hate winter. Snow and ice are some of my least favorite aspects of it. They may be pretty but they are more of a hassle than anything. Give me 50-80 degree weather everyday and I'm as happy as a clam. No White Christmas for me, THANK YOU.

All of these year-end drama rankings and polls my flist (and dramabeans) are putting up have really made me think about the way I approach dramas. I always pick up these idol dramas thinking that they are going to be fun and I ALWAYS end up disappointed when they are so hollow (Mei-chan, Atashinchi no Danshi, ETC). I need to stop devoting time to them, because I always regret it. And even the ones that seem promising, like Buzzer Beat was in the early days, lose steam by the end and I just don't care.

Case and point: You Are Beautiful and IRIS started airing around the same time. I watched the first episodes and made the choice to follow YAB and hold off on IRIS. I finish YAB and it was... fine. I know a lot of people are going ape-shit crazy for it at the moment, and it was a very nice romantic comedy. But it wasn't the be all and end all of dramas. I've seen better. And I could have been watching something better if I'd kept up with IRIS. A fact I discovered upon watching the second episode and really enjoying it.

To make good on this new promise to myself to watch some quality shows, I've picked Bara no nai Hanaya back up. I watched the first episode back when it first aired at the beginning of 2008. It got shelved because my jdrama plate was FULL at that time. I am proud to say that it didn't get pushed aside in favor of crap. Two of the dramas I watched instead (Shikaotoko Aoniyoshi and One Pound Gospel - though that one was a JE vehicle) are two of my favorite dramas. Though the other one, Hachimitsu to Clover was a disappointment. But after rewatching the first episode and TEARING through the next two last night I am SO SAD that I dropped it. Because Bara no nai Hanaya is making a very strong play for a top spot on my drama rankings.



Bara no nai Hanaya is the story of a single father, Eiji, raising his daughter and running a flower shop. One day he meets a blind woman, Mio, who has just moved into the neighborhood and they begin a lovely journey of friendship and blossoming romance. The only problem is she ISN'T BLIND and has been hired by his dead girlfriend's father so he can get his revenge for something Eiji did. Mio almost instantly regrets getting involved because Eiji appears to be the perfect man: sweet, loving, and an excellent father. But we are starting to get glimpses of what must be a darker past.

IT'S JUST SO GOOD. After finishing YAB and it's 2-D characters it's infinitely fulfilling watch characters that could be real people. Mio is a wonderful example of this. She is in turn joking and dead serious, nervous and forthright. It's fantastic. And Eiji's daughter Shizuku is not only adorable but is played by possibly the best child actress I've seen in a LONG TIME. It definitely helps that she is written so well, because often children are written as too precocious to believe (or stand). But Shizuku along with the rest of the cast could easily live in our world. I'm very excited to watch more.

ETA: I am VERY UPSET at the issues viikii is having at the moment. I really want to see episode 21 of Smile, You. I've seen screencaps and I'm dying to see for myself what goes down between my secondary OTP.

ETA AS WELL: I recently read Snow Flower and the Secret Fan and all I can say is... how happy am I not to be a woman in 19th century China!?
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I think I'm going ahead and drop out of Nano. I broke 30k words, but it's just so infinitely frustrating for me. The plan was to have an outline before November, but that never happened and now I'm paying the price. If I'm not enjoying the writing process at all, what's the point? Plus, with the holiday weekend coming up, there is no way I'm going to get this done.

I'm bummed, but glad I was able to get anything down. After such a long dry spell it was good to be writing again. Those writing muscles still need to be stretched a bit more, but I'm enthusiastic about the future.

Smile, You got extended by 16 episodes, giving it a whopping total of 46. UGH. I've been enjoying it for the most part. Jung-In and Hyun-Soo are by far and away the best thing about it, but Sung-Joon and Ji-Soo are a pretty awesome maybe secondary couple. The parent drama is boring and Jung-In's father is pretty much unbearable. I thought the plot was moving along at a nice pace for 30 episodes. I'm concerned about the extension. We'll see.

Sometime this weekend I'm going to go see New Moon with [livejournal.com profile] sailorgaia, [livejournal.com profile] flutegirl, and possibly some others... and hopefully not get kicked out of the theater for laughing non-stop.
Mad Men finale: That. Was. AWESOME.

Nothing I say would ever be able to match what sheer perfection that episode was. It turns both funny and sad, by far the best episode of the season and maybe the entire run of the show. It had everything.

Jon Hamm and January Jones KILLED it. Is it 2010, yet?

On the complete other end of the spectrum, I'm still enjoying Smile, You in all it's harmless fun. If I was the type to fast forward through dramas I'd wear out that button when it comes to the adults storylines. Though I do enjoy when Jung-In and Geum-Ja bond. But I kind of love everything about the second generation stories. Lee Min Jung is balancing the perfect amount of adorable and brat with her character. She can be really intolerable, but you can't help but root for her. You know beneath everything she has a good heart, it's not her fault that her parents are complete morons.

Seriously, I could through her father off a bridge. What a worthless man.

You're Beautiful is also amazing. It's definitely a better show than Smile, You but I can't help but root for my little family drama. YB is a lot more exciting, as it doesn't focus solely on relationships. And even the 'evil' character I can't fully hate (like Jung-In's dad). Plus, Tae Kyung is one of the best characters I've come across recently.

tgif

Oct. 30th, 2009 12:28 pm
Autumn is my favorite season. Too bad it only lasts for about three weeks. It's raining pretty hard today, which makes me sad. While I love summer thunderstorms, rain in October just means the pretty leaves get knocked off the trees. And I have a yard this year, so I have to rake.

I signed up for NaNo again this year (my username is D. Coyle if anyone wants to buddy me, I'm not sure if anyone else is participating). I made a good dent in the word count last year, but got disillusioned pretty early on. There were plenty of things to distract me. I hope to rap up Karei Naru Spy and Return of Iljimae this weekend so I won't have any desire to sneak peeks at them instead of writing. The only other two dramas I'm watching are You're Beautiful and Smile, You. That's roughly four hours a week I'll give to drama watching. I may put a pause on my normal tv viewing. I haven't been that enamored of Glee recently, so I'm not that concerned. I can always play catch up with FlashForward and Vampire Diaries in December when nothing is on tv anyway.

OH! I watched the pilot for the new USA show White Collar and it was pretty entertaining. I'm not ready to write it off as fantastic yet, because it was a little uneven, but it has the capacity to be a solid hour of entertainment. At some point I need to sit down and watch all the episodes of Psych. Sometimes I'll randomly watch it if I see it on, but that's it. Anyway, if you like Psych you should probably check out White Collar. Plus, it has Matthew Bomer who is so incredibly pretty (I'm such a sucker for blue eyes and dark hair) and dresses like a Rat Packer.

So, I kept ignoring the emails from Geocities about how they were shutting down. I kept saying I'd get around to moving my stuff (I hosted my lj css file over there) but I never did. So now I have some default layout up while I shop around for something I like. So many layout are so ugly...
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Yesterday I helped build a playground. I was actually on the landscaping team so I helped plant a tree and some bulbs. Mainly I played photographer and made people uncomfortable. It's what I do! Luckily the weather was gorgeous this year. Last year's build was in July I think, so it was ridiculously hot. It was pretty chilly in the morning (especially after having to get up WAY to early), but then the sun came out and it was fantastic.

We got the playground up, but I have to say I do not like the trend in these new playgrounds. They just seem so boring to me. The kids climb the stairs, have a few different platforms to stand on, and then a slide. Oh, and tic tac toe. Whoopdie freaking doo. I miss the giant jungle gym structures that I used to play on as a kid. I guess one too many fell off them? Lame. *old man grumble*

Now, even after a full night's sleep I'm tired and irritable.  Everyone is pissing me off and it's not their fault.

I finally finished Buzzer Beat and was less than impressed with the entire second half of the series. Sure, it was cute but there really just wasnt much there and I found my attention wandering quite a bit. It really doesn't help that Naoki was a really dull character and I just could never get my head around what motivated him. He was such a non-factor and Riko was such a dynamic character. I guess I was hoping she'd open him up more. For all they talked about sharing their dreams, they never seemed to do that much sharing. I think I wanted to like it a great deal more than I actually did. But, if you're looking for a sweet, cute little love story this one should fit the bill just fine. Although it did have one of the plotlines I like least. *vague spoilers for Buzzer Beat and Pride* The whole, we are going to be seperated for a while which means we can't have ANY CONTACT (I'm looking at YOU, PRIDE). In this age of technology (and basic modes of transportation) it just doesn't make any sense. *end spoilers*

Updated my drama rankings accordingly. 

I also started Smile, You which was a pleasant suprise. I was a bit disillusioned after I saw the trailer, but it was genuinely funny. It's also interesting seeing the older cast get a great deal of screen time. Everyone is pretty much a charicature of a person, but I really don't mind. If that's what the drama is, that's what it is. Lee Min Jung is wonderful as Jung In. Sure, she's a brat, but most of it is she has a very strong personality who needs to realize the world doesn't actually revolve around her. She does get hurt, and reacts really poorly to it.

Though they are going to need to keep the crying scenes to a minimum because she is AWFUL as the big, open-mouth wailing. Plus, I had just watched episode 7 of My Fair Lady is which Moon Chae Won does a wonderful job of spilling silent tears in Tae Yoon's car. That was some great acting (though MFL is still kind of boring me). Lee Min Jung? Not so much. But since this is a comedy, I'm not too concerned with that. Jung Kyung Ho is hilarious in more of the straight man role (this is very relative, as he's also quite an oddball) of Hyun Soo. When he thought Jung In was some unhinged crazy person walking around in her destroyed bridal gown, I was in stitches.

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