I’ve been talking non-stop about Faith in my Twitter account lately… does anyone noticed that? Haha.
Nope I don’t mean Faith as in having faith with God, person, etc.
I mean Faith (aka Great Doctor) as in my current favorite Korean drama which is turning my days upside down. I’ll probably be like that until 30th October when the drama end its run in South Korea. Will write a review about Faith real soon but in the mean time I would like to share some Faith goodies to all Faith-lings out there.
If Boys Over Flowers has the best love story and Bread, Love & Dreams has the best gripping-you emotions, then Man From The Equator have the best plots ever deployed in Korean drama-land (at least in my lexicon).
I’ve completed all 20 episodes of the Man From The Equator or more commonly known as Equator Man (as the short form title). Wohooo! KBSWorld is airing episode 17 today.
I’ve just finished watching this Korean drama special series called Just An Ordinary Love Story and can’t help but swoon over the melodrama story and beautiful cinematography. It’s called Korean drama special because it’s just 4 episodes. This short drama was broadcasted right after Wild Romance…
perhaps giving some time for the filming of the next K. drama; Man From the Equator to take off so that Man From The Equator will start on the same day and same time with Rooftop Prince and King 2Hearts.
Update: You Da In and Yeon Woo Jin won the actress and actor One-Act Special award at 2012 KBS Drama Awards. So happppppy!
I watched Scent Of A Woman online along with Wild Romance recently because of Lee Dong Wook. Oh yeah he was nice to oggle at but what really capture my heart was the acting from Kim Sun Ah. She has the girl-next door look, not the attractive type when you first look at but beautiful.
What a fun and wonderful time I had watching Wild Romance. With no expectation whatsoever, Wild Romance brought more than an appetizer to the table. The earlier part of the drama gave lots of funny and witty acting and jokes, got a lil’ serious in the mid (including unrequited love) and an ending that everyone wished for.
Here I am having completed another long running Korean drama ‘project’ which goes by the name Dong Yi over a week ago. After 62 episodes of My Love, My Family I thought I would be able to swear off long running dramas for awhile BUT Dong Yi is just kinda hard to resist. First of all it has my favorite, the talented Jin Jin Hee as the king. Secondly, Dong Yi is based on a true story which make it altogether hard to resist. Just reading the brief history of King Sukjong, King Yeongjo, Consort Suk and Jan Hui Bin you would know what I mean.
I actually ‘ignored’ this drama when it came out in 2010. But after watching He Who Can’t Marry (with the irresistible JJH) and at the same time being swayed by my grandma’s words who is watching Dong Yi (in Astro), it’s either 60 episodes of Dong Yi or nothing at all. It took me a month to finished Dong Yi which was exactly my aim (1st Nov-4th Dec; yup I timed it!). Yee haa!