Here we are this year again, begging for the precious minutes we lost watching some dramas…
The Liar and his Lover: I was lied to about the drama, from the casting to the chemistry….
The Emperor: Owner of the Mask: Nobody cares about the mask, nor the emperor really. I just want more plot about the smart second lead.
Mad Dog: I came in for Woo Do Hwan, but left because of the slow plot.
Man to Man: Quirky and a little overhyped, was expecting more coolness from our spy.
General and I: I wanted to love it, I really did. It had all the workings of an epic love story with smart people, but I got lost in the middle.
Two Cops: Great premise, great bromance, less Hyeri please.
Criminal Minds: When adapting a American show into a Korean one doesn’t work as well going as doing it the other way like Good Doctor.
The Eternal Love: SO CUTE, but nothing deep enough plot or chemistry wise for me to hold onto.
The King’s Woman: My perfect dysfunctional couple, which I unfortunately spoiled myself at the end for and now I can’t finish it.
Lost Love in Time: All the pretty with our OTP, but I think magic is just not my thing really.
The Fox’s Summer: This drama should have been entitled The Snail’s Summer. That is how slowly the show progressed. Don’t waste your time unless you have a lot of it.
I Am Not a Robot: After 10+ episodes, I officially give up. There is zero chemistry between the two leads… Almost like two robots in love. That’s how much chemistry there is.
Game Maya: The ending of this lakorn was so wack. I blame the abundant and unnecessary side plots, leaving little time for the leads to go over their misunderstandings. A sad ending might have even made more sense.
U-Prince Series: I hated the first installment of U-Prince. I should have known better and dropped the entire U-Prince franchise. It just gets worst due to a combo of bad acting and sub-par plots.