Like many others who finished AoY2, there’s a feeling of emptiness. Like being invited to a banquet and you leave still hungry.
AoY2 serves up a good dose of AoY nostalgia, a flair of the young and the restless, the innocence of youth peppered with suggestive dark elements. There’s also more attempts at humour. The bickering and shenanigans in Kang Unni’s car give me a few laughs but it is Ji Won’s impersonation of the sexy goddess that tips it over. Continue reading →
Hello there! Sorry for the extended absence. I’ve switched to watching mostly cdramas lately. The few kdramas that I started left me slightly underwhelmed despite its charming male leads. I will be back (hopefully before July wraps up) to share a few of my thoughts on the following shows:
kdramas: Man to Man, Secret Romance, Suspicious Partners
cdramas: Ode to Joy 2, Rush to the Dead of Summer
Holy Moly! Has Cdrama stepped up its game or what? Lately I’ve been watching my share of contemporary cdramas. And I must say the producers from Mainland China has been churning out its share of stay-worthy shows as good as its counterparts from the Land of the Morning Calm.