Sassy Go Go (Korean Drama 2015)

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Drama Rating: 8/10

This drama depicts the life of high school students who struggles with the school system, their peers and even from their parents.

After finishing all 12 episodes, I now understand how they could wrap everything up in such a short span of time. I liked the fact that they didn’t put in fillers and add 4 more episodes to make the drama longer, hence it would have dragged on.

The story line was quite simple – a girl who loved dancing and is trying to live her lifesassy12-00295a in a school with high standards but meets a lot of trials along the way. The plot is not really my cup of tea, but knowing that Jung Eun Ji is the main actress, I decided to watch it despite the bland summary. When I watched the pilot episode, it still wasn’t enough to make me excited about the following episodes so I’ve put the drama on my least of priority to watch, however after the 3rd and 4th episodes, the drama started to pick up its pace and finally became interesting for me. Then when the love triangle was finally revealed through the sassy-go-go-jung-eun-ji-lee-won-geun-and-ji-soolater part of the drama, I was wrenched into a second lead syndrome again. Arrrgh! *slaps face to go back to reality* I knew that I was setting myself up to a complete heart break again… or so I thought. The drama’s ending was really constructed well and it left no room for any loop holes to think about. Even the love triangle was resolved in a simple yet satisfying way. It was heartfelt with a breath of fresh air compared to those high school themed melodramas I’ve been watching lately.

What makes this drama endearing for me is how the story did not focus on the dancing sassy_go_go_14-720x405and cheering side going to the ultimate goal of participating in the Cheering Squad for specs purposes but instead, they focused on the characters themselves. The story revolved on the conflicts with family, school, friends and even romantic aspect in life. A plus factor that made this drama appealing was how they dealt into the issue of 20151023_seoulbeats_SassyGoGo4teenage suicide. It may be rampant in Asian countries these days as most of the culture is about persevering and keeping problems to themselves until they actually break and decide to end their lives. This drama shows the importance of having support systems like family, friends or even teachers being around to help suicidal kids deal with their inner turmoil.

SGG1-00035My favorite character would be Kang Yeon Doo, despite being aggravated by Kwon Soo Ah, I can’t really fathom how much she could still be nice and forgiving. Although it’s not realistic anymore in this day and age, it made me trace myself back to my own goodness. It made me wonder how far I would go to tolerate such bitchiness from anyone. If it was me, I might have walked out that door or would have probably cared less whatever happens to my nemesis. But that’s part of the spark of this whole drama… Yeon Doo keeps everyone together including the boys she’s very much close with. Anothersassy08-00302a character I love is Seo Ha Joon, acted by Ji Soo. I love watching him interact with the main lead and how they had that great chemistry together. This is my first time seeing him in a drama and he totally gives me that whole Woo Bin aura while he was with Park Shin Hye in “Heirs”. Ji Soo had that same feels around him and I think this guy may have a great potential as an actor. I really wish he can chose his roles wisely in the near future. I would like to insert Kim Yeol portrayed by Lee Won Gun, he may be cute and kissable but man, his chemistry with Eun Ji is sub par to Ji Soo’s.

Oh let’s not forget the other side characters that I am much in favor of:

Teacher Yang Tae Beom played by Kim Ji Suk, it amazes me how much a teacher roles suits him well. It’s nice to watch him again in the same role after seeing him in School 2015. Then there’s the coach acted by Lee Mi Do, notably she looked like Sandrasassy-go-go-lee-mi-do-and-kim-ji-suk Oh. I loved Sandra Oh in Grey’s Anatomy, so seeing her look alike here in this drama brings nostalgia, but Mi Do is great in her acting. I loved her strong character and the way she prances around to cover for the students and fights her way so as not to be bullied by other teachers. Then lastly, there’s Yeon Doo’s mom played by Kim Yeo Jin, I personally think this woman is lovely. I’ve seen her in several dramas and enjoy looking at her. I think her beauty is one that will not easily fade as she ages.

Music wise, it wasn’t something that was able to stick with me but I enjoyed listening to it while the characters were in their own moments. Overall I would recommend this series to people who are in the mood to watch a high school drama about friendship, first love and a feel good after taste full of drama goodness.

PHOTOS ARE NOT MINE. CREDITS TO THE OWNER.
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Miss Hammurabi (Korean Drama 2018)

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Drama Rating: 9/10

Miss Hammurabi ep04.mp4_001799531Judge Im Ba Reun is an uptight person who goes through the law by the book. He hates mingling with other people and finds them as a nuisance to deal with. However his real personality is that of a guy who has a pure heart. He simply tries to avoid other people to distance himself so as not to hurt himself in the process. During his time as a right hand court justice in the 44th Civil Affairs Department at the Seoul Central District, he meetsMiss Hammurabi ep01.mp4_003096026 his high school crush named Park Cha Oh Reum in a subway as he was going to work. To his dismay, her personality was very different from his first love whom he remembered years ago. Coincidentally she also turns out to be his new co-worker and as time goes by, he learns that she is a natural born trouble maker who could turn the court of justice upside down.

I’ve watched tons of court dramas in my history of drama watching, but this is the first one I’ve seen that has a Judge as a main character. Since a Judge tends to be the antagonist in dramas, this was a refreshing watch for me. What I liked about this drama Miss Hammurabi ep02.mp4_004603298was how the court was able to handle cases in a heartwarming way. Not all cases were like that though, but still… the story line was able to deliver something meaningful despite how unfair the world could sometimes be. Justice is not always served in a silver platter, sometimes, one has to earn it.

The characters were diverse and I had my favorite, namely Chief Judge Han Se Sang Miss Hammurabi ep16.mp4_003932999acted by Sung Dong Il. No matter what character this guy would act, he’s a veteran comedian and at the same time he could pull on your heart strings to make a scene really dramatic than it should be. I love how he is able to portray different roles and yet pull them off with flying colors. On another note, I was also surprised that the point of view of this drama was not from Miss Hammurabi herself but instead it was from Judge Im. It seemed like the producers wanted someone else to view Miss Hammurabi, aka. Park Cha Miss Hammurabi ep16.mp4_003847247Oh Reum as a person who is easily judged by her actions when in fact, she’s someone who has a lot of baggage in herself and simply wants to make the world a better place starting from what she can do. Go Ah Ra, was able to portray her role well enough to set me off into a binge watch but it was L, who really pushed me to like the show. He had a Miss Hammurabi ep16.mp4_003845078solid character who seems to hate everything but when it concerns his own heart, he becomes a softy. I like the way that Oh Reum affects his attitude in life and because of that… mixing the aforementioned three judges together makes the court place an exciting watch. Oh before I forget, there’s also a supporting cast worth mentioning Miss Hammurabi ep12.mp4_001801901mainly because of her beauty. Even my husband commented that she was beautiful, and that guy has high standards when it comes to Korean actresses as he’s not really keen on watching dramas. Lee Elliya acted by Lee Do Yeon was a fantastic clerk in this drama. Her character was spot and she seemed like a very competent and slick woman at the same time. There are a lot of rumors about her in the office, but her back story is simply something unexpected which I liked very much!

Music wise, the OST was something I loved. It added a dramatic touch to the heartwarming scenes.

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Cinematography and visuals were alright, since most of the show is shot inside buildings and they are all in the conversational side, there wasn’t much to look at except the actors on screen. I would have wanted this drama to end on a different note because my tear ducts simply couldn’t handle it. Over all, it was a great show. I’d recommend it to people who are looking for a drama that’s about legalities and yet would stir on their heart strings like no other legal drama could.

 

Queen In Hyun’s Man (Korean Drama 2012)

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Drama Rating: 9/10

Choi Hee Jin is a struggling actress in the modern society of Seoul but despite her hardships she keeps up an optimistic attitude in life. When a big break finally comes in inhyun16-00314-1her career, one in which she has to act as Queen In Hyun in a TV drama, she is aslo spiraled into a romance like no other when she accidentally meets Kim Boong Do – an actual scholar who has supported the reinstatement of the real Queen In Hyun during the Joseon era. Unexpectedly, he was able to traveled through time from 300 years ago while on the run from his pursuers who was trying to kill him because of his alliances.

When I think of a drama theme regarding love in different time lines, Queen In Hyun’s Man is my most memorable series for so many reasons.

I like the fact that this drama had the setting of modern day and sageuk at the same time.08212045It was a good drama and the story line was very much my cup of tea. I love how it began and I love how it ended. I’m not going to dwell much into the story since I don’t want to go spoiling people around… but what I would like to share about this drama is that it has a very unlikely finale. I rarely find this kind of ending in a time loop kind of drama. Maybe in a movie, yes… but not much in dramas. They usually end up weird and unsatisfying for me, but this drama has deviated from an expected bitter ending.

queen-in-hyuns-man-yoo-in-na-3The characters where solid and the actors/actresses in it were really good in portraying them. The main actress which was portrayed by Yoo In Ah, had an initially annoying character but I did find her cute at some extent. I like the way she was able to hold a steadfast attitude when the situation needed it, though most of the time she is as clueless and as naive as she could be. Then there is the main actor from Joseon era acted by Ji bscap0142Hyun Woo who can skip time from present to future. He had this aristocratic aura around him and I find it weird that he was able to easily fit into the modern time instead of freaking out. It was so logical of him. I usually ask myself why do I like such men from sageuk compared to the modern day? I think it’s the hanbok or something. Heh.

As for the music, it wasn’t something that grabbed my interest but it was able to convey the feelings on each characters emotion which was good enough for me. As for re-watch value, I’m not sure I would re-watch it due that the mystery was already over for me but I would definitely recommend it to people who are into time jumping themes and all those lovey-dovey shiznits. I’m sure this drama will hook them up.

PHOTOS ARE NOT MINE. CREDITS TO THE OWNER.

Legend of the Blue Sea (Korean Drama 2016)

 

Drama Rating: 8/10

This drama is about a mermaid who falls in love with an ordinary man.

푸른 바다의 전설.E03.161123.720p-NEXT.mp4_000057190There are two timelines in the show, one is during the Joseon era and the other during the present time, both timeline is interconnected for it is believed that history repeats itself no matter the lifetime is. In the past, a mermaid and a noble man fell in love with each other but society dictated that it was forbidden. Their love was deemed to be a doomed fate, however both will try their everything to go against all odds. In the 푸른 바다의 전설.E02.161117.720p-NEXT.mp4_002843640present, another mermaid – one who seems to be reincarnated from the past, meets a peculiar con artist who is more than what he seems and falls in love with him. She goes to all kinds of trouble to find him and when they finally meet again, fate seems to turn its wheels back into motion for the two lovers who were destined for each other from the very beginning.

This drama definitely has a lot to offer. I have been putting off on watching this drama for a long time because I heard a lot of people say it wasn’t that good and that there should be a season two. As for me, I think the drama was wrapped up pretty well… there’s just some scenes I couldn’t agree with how they decided to end it which I will talk 푸른 바다의 전설.E01.161116.720p-NEXT.mp4_000357156about in a spoiler tag later. Over all it was a good watch, I loved the twists the story has given me at the end and how everyone was able to move forward with their lives. Also, there’s that part in which a person’s past is intertwined with the present person. I liked that part, because no matter how they turn away from their true selves, their actual personality and principles eventually takes care of them – damning fate and destiny.

Another thing that I liked about it was the backstory of the main lead guy, Heo Joon Jae acted by Lee Min Ho. When I read the synopsis of the drama, I was initially turned off by 푸른 바다의 전설.E01.161116.720p-NEXT.mp4_000949348the fact that the main guy was a con-artist. Since there weren’t much explanation on what his character is about other than that, my interest in the story as a whole got downsized and thus this drama was set aside for basically three years. What I didn’t expect though was his history until I’ve finally watched it. I like how interesting his life was and why he became a con-artist in the first place, despite having a family back ground such as his. There were a lot of things going on around his life that it made things more complicated and fascinating to watch. Then add up a strong, beautiful mermaid into his life, well… I’ll just say that it was a very exciting show to watch.

푸른 바다의 전설.E01.161116.720p-NEXT.mp4_001793591Honestly, Jun Ji Hyun stole the limelight of the show. Yes, Lee Min Ho was really good looking but Ji Hyun was spectacular here that she definitely overshadowed Min Ho. Her character as a mermaid was ethereal but when she turned into a human, she was seriously lovable with all the funny antics and crazy quirks she learned along the way. I also love the name they gave her, it was so appropriate in many levels. On a side note, the other supporting casts were awesome as well. They added color to the show and made things more complicated with their own story. Their lives intertwined so perfectly from the past and the present that everything makes sense up to the very end.

Cinematography was breathe taking and I like the 푸른 바다의 전설.E02.161117.720p-NEXT.mp4_002845108fact that the production wasn’t cheap. They were able to afford to shoot overseas and make everything look so darn beautiful. The OST on the other hand was something that I could have set aside. It wasn’t as memorable as it should be but it was enough to put emotions on the scenes. Over all it was a good watch. I’m glad I picked it up and would definitely recommend it to those who likes mermaids, fantasy love story and happy endings.

*MAJOR SPOILERS*

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The major thing I didn’t like about this show was the memory loss. When Shim Chung decided to erase everyone’s memory before she left to recuperate back into the sea, it was a really stupid move. Why erase everyone’s memory when she’s going back to them again? She should have been honest in the first place that she had to heal for a couple of years and when she’s finally alright, she will return to them. They would have waited for her no matter what. When she erased their memories, it left a hole in their hearts and there were remnants of her that everyone couldn’t figure out. That’s the most disappointing part of the drama which the writers caused. I’m betting they did it to have at least another problem up to the very end of the episode which was very unnecessary.

The Beauty Inside (Korean Drama 2018)

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Drama Rating: 8/10

Han Se Kye is a top actress who’s known for her run-away-antics in all kind of crucial moments during her career, thus causing trouble to everyone around her. Despite that, she tries her best to keep up a strong personality in front of other people. All the while she wallows in despair at home with her trusted friends. It’s not that she runs away on purpose, she simply has a situation which causes her to do it.

Once a month, Se Kye literally transforms into a different person. She doesn’t know when the transformation would happen but she always has a feeling, as if a warning alarm has been set in her body that she’s about to change. In the midst of her chaotic life, she crosses paths with an airline CEO named Seo Do Jae whom she meets through work. Since she is the model/ambassador of the airline which the Seo familyBeauty Inside ep02.mp4_000250750 owns, Se Kye  and Do Jae had to occasionally meet through business deals. Things become complicated when she needed the help of Do Jae when her body changed mid-flight, causing both of them to have unexpected reactions. Se Kye was surprised that Do Jae wasn’t even fazed when her face changed, while Do Jae was curious as to what exactly was happening to Se Kye for her to overreact even to the extent of covering herself with a blanket.

Beauty Inside ep01.mp4_001081648Seo Do Jae on the other hand has his own secret, he has Prosopagnosia – an illness that makes him unable to recognize faces. Nonetheless, he was still able to recognize Se Kye in spite of having this kind of medical condition. This was something that has never happened to Se Kye ever since she started changing appearances. Both are perturbed by their situation but somehow it brought them closer to each other and filled in the void that they had in their lives.

This drama was adapted from the movie entitled Beauty Inside. I like the fact thatBeauty Inside ep04.mp4_000036770 the writers changed the gender and story line of the protagonist into a popular woman who only transforms once a week every month instead of a male protagonist who turns into someone else every freaking day or more likely every time he sleeps. For Han Se Kye, there’s no specific time for the changes which makes it more fun to watch. Another thing in the story that I like is that the male lead Seo Do Jae could not recognize faces which makes the story more interesting as different situations arise for both leads. There are a lot of mishaps and funny tag lines which was able to stick to my mind.

Beauty Inside ep02.mp4_003578274I love how Seo Hyun Jin and Lee Min Ki portrayed their characters. I personally think the roles were meant for them and no one else. I couldn’t imagine any other actors to fill in their shoes, because they were both perfect. The supporting casts were awesome as well. All 16 episodes of the drama would have been a bore to watch if they were not there. There were a lot of top actors who made a cameo in this drama and they did great acting as Han Se Kye, be it a man, a woman or a child. It was enjoyable to watch different people play as Beauty Inside ep03.mp4_000929528Se Kye, because despite the appearance, Se Kye’s character and essence was undoubtedly in all of them. As for the main supporting casts, Ahn Jae Hyun and Moon Ji In nailed being Hyun Jin’s best friends, the only person her character was able to confide in until Min Ki arrived in the picture. On the other hand, Min Ki’s character has a complicated family. From having a mother who is over protective, a grandfather who seems to love and hate him at the same time, an Beauty Inside ep04.mp4_001571004ambivalent step father who doesn’t want to meddle into their family business and a step sister who considers him as a rival every step of the way… but still, they managed to brighten up the screen every time the family members appear. My favorite character in the Seo household would be Kang Sa Ra- the seemingly evil step sister which was acted by Lee Da Hee. She totally nailed the role of a step sister who’s beautiful, elegant and feisty when it comes to dealing with assholes. I totally rooted for her from the get go. There was also this cute chemistry that she had with Ahn Jae Hyun’s character which I thoroughly enjoyed every time they had their screen time. She is definitely someone to look forward to up to the very end.

Everything about the drama was enjoyable except for one tiny detail in the story which totally put me off and annoyed the heck out of me because honestly, that kind of drama wasn’t needed in the whole show. I believe that kind of cliché was only used to extend the episodes and screen time. I would be talking about this in a spoiler section because it is a huge spoiler in the series. Other than that, I loved everything – actors, storyline (which made me laugh and cry at some point), cinematography (the colors are awesome here!) and the OST. It was definitely memorable that my time definitely wasn’t wasted.

*MAJOR SPOILERS*

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The detail that I didn’t like from this drama was the twist they made near the end… which was kind of predictable. During the first episode it was shown that Han Se Kye transformed into an old lady for the first time in Europe and that she almost got into a car accident, but someone saved her. It was so obvious though that they will be using this scene to make everything more dramatic by the end because it was Seo Do Jae who saved her from that accident causing him brain damage resulting to his Prosopagnosia. So the clincher part is that when Se Kye learned about this fact, she couldn’t accept that she was the cause of his illness even though Do Jae was able to accept it whole heartedly just because he’s awesome like that. Se Kye on the other hand decided to stay away from him because of the guilt. Now because of this, Do Jae decided to have the operation to his brain just so Se Kye doesn’t have to be burdened by his medical condition, but the thing is… the operation only has a one percent success rate which makes it tricky.

That being said, I think this whole scenario wasn’t entirely needed because the fact that they both have their own peculiar thing in their lives and that they are able to deal with it despite all odds, it could have ended there. I would have wanted Do Jae with his Prosopagnosia up to the end because him, losing that makes him normal. While Se Kye, remains the odd person out. It was sort of unfair, but there’s nothing I could do about it but simply accept what’s given to me by the writer.

You’re the Best Lee Soon Shin (Korean Drama 2013)

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Drama Rating: 7/10

Lee Soon Shin is the youngest member of her family and it seems as if nothing ever goes right for her. Despite being different from her two sisters, she has a bright personality and an optimistic view in life. Her ultimate goal and dream is to become a part of the entertainment industry but she always ends up being conned, until one day a You're the Best Lee Soon Shin (9)guy named Shin Joon Ho gives her an opportunity and a legitimate offer which turns her life upside down. Joon Ho is a cold, ambitious and calculative man but when he starts to get involved with Soon Shin, his attitude changed little by little. He starts to warm up to her despite the circumstances in which lead him to scout her as an artist.

During Soon Shin’s time with Joon Ho as a budding artist, a family tragedy occurs and long forgotten secrets are revealed that almost tears the Lee family apart.You're the Best Lee Soon Shin (6)

Man… this drama was long.

For a 50 episode drama, there were still a lot of loop holes which got me scratching my head in a WTF manner.

Why can’t the script writers make a solid character out of Lee Soon Shin? There was so much potential into the character which was instead wasted into having her in a constant inner turmoil and misunderstanding with her family. She kept on bailing out on her manager, then at work, then at her family. Watching her be like this was quite You're the Best Lee Soon Shin (11)confusing because she’s supposed to be the strong protagonist and this is supposed to be her story but instead her character felt faded. The supporting roles were so much more interesting to me than hers. Then there’s also the main lead guy, Shin Joon Ho. I felt the same way for him like Lee Soon Shin, why did the guy have to run around and try fixing things but end up empty handed? He tries, but never really gets to resolve anything. These main characters are sad… their story are being much overshadowed by other elements. I blame the writers for this.

What made this show bearable to watch are the actors. If it hadn’t been for IU and Jo Jung Suk as the main roles I wouldn’t have the patience to finish this drama but since You're the Best Lee Soon Shin (12)they are my bias and there were a lot of cute scenes (not just on the main leads but as well on the other characters), that made me rethink of dropping the drama. The supporting roles were quite interesting as well. They have brought balance to the story and made it watchable. The families were such a mess, but the three sister’s different characters really brought this drama to life so I guess it is still worth the watch.

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I couldn’t say that this drama was great, but I would have to admit it was a good watch if you could get past the circling theme with long dragging plot lines full of cliche. It was an average drama, it made me laugh-cry-hate-love the characters but at the end of the day it’s not something I would want to brag about or recommend to people. It’s more of a drama that would let me pass time until I finish downloading that specific drama I have been pegging to watch. When watching this drama, be mentally prepared that Lee Soon Shin’s character isn’t actually the best because the supporting roles were better.

PHOTOS ARE NOT MINE. CREDITS TO THE OWNER.

Reply 1997 (Korean Drama 2012)

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Drama Rating: 9/10

The story revolves around the life of Sung Shi Won, a female high school student and a full time fan girl of a boyband called H.O.T. She is surrounded by five close friends and they share experiences of being an adolescent during the 90’s and eventually crossover to being adults.

The timeline would go back and forth between 1997, during their high school days and 2012, the present day in which they had a high school reunion dinner. A couple will announce that they’re getting married and clues will be given episode by episode.

This is one of the dramas that really got to me. 1997 was a year where I was on my hype on boy bands as well. The drama brought me back to the times where VHS was such a vital home gadget so as not to miss my favorite drama, cassette tapes were a fad and friendship were in full bloom. Reply 1997 was a drama which conveyed a part of my past and that’s why it probably hit me right on spot. It gave me such nostalgic feelings that I was left laughing and crying at the same time when the drama ended.

This drama… I love, for so many reasons.

The story line was very much unique from all the drama’s I have watched. It did have a full on Rom-Com taste in it (like all the usual Rom-Com Kdrama), but the funny… the funny never stops in every episode, even though I was already tearfully crying out Answer.to.1997.e01.120724.720p.HDTV.H264-noname.mkv_000931264because of a heart breaking scene or because of a heart warming moment; the comedy never stops. Cliches were still used but I should say the writers have done that in a very creative way. I like the fact that they have used a bunch of odd personalities and put them together in a kind of relationship that would bond them as friends for life, then add their family members into it… TADA! You get a really great story to tell. Since all of these characters are peculiar, even from a deep to shallow background of each person, I never got tired of watching each one’s side of the story. That’s how they make the fun come out.

For the main characters, I couldn’t really pick my favorite. Even though we have the “very main” characters within the story, I still couldn’t really put them as my favorite. Maybe I would put bias on Yoon Yoon Jae because of his good looks, but other than that I Answer.to.1997.e03.120731.720p.HDTV.H264-noname.mkv_001789354still equally loved every character. I also personally think that their accents were cute, it was real and was not irritating (since they are all from Busan it would eventually seem natural, right?). Then there were the consistencies in their characters which I am so happy for, because not even one actor deviated from their role. To pinpoint the specific characteristics of each cast, I liked: Shi-won’s boisterous attitude, Yoon Jae’s undying love and loyalty, Yoo Joong’s inconsistencies, Joon Hee’s secrets, Hak Chan’s annoyingness, Sung Jae’s eccentricity, Tae Woong’s indifference to money/fame and lastly Shi-won’s parents; her dad who bickers a lot and her mom who cooks a mountain of food for some apparent reason.

Music wise, it added impact on the drama but it wasn’t something that really got into my head for me to remember much.

This drama is re-watchable, very much… but a vital segment in the story makes this unappealing for a re-play and that is the mystery part. That actually perked my interest into finishing the drama in the first place – “the guess who and what happened to whom?” guessing game was one of the important thing in this drama. But once you are over that, this drama would not be as interesting as it was the first time. I re-watch this for the sole reason of feeling giddy over the love triangles and the petty arguments. Those scenes were still awesome even for the second time around.

Over all Reply 1997 made it to my Top 10 best Kdrama’s and I would definitely recommend this to everyone. But this drama would most suit those who had lived in the 90’s, got addicted in boy bands and lived life with loyal friends.