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Lee Min Jung and Joo Sang Wook reunite for romance weekend drama ‘Fate And Fury’

It’s time for a reunion in dramaland as Lee Min Jung and Joo Sang Wook will star together in upcoming SBS weekend drama called Fate And Fury. Unlike the romantic comedy in which they starred together back in 2014, Cunning Single Lady (also Sly And Single Again), this time they have a melodrama to portray. Lee Min Jung is returning to small screen after 2 years with her last show being Please Come Back Ajusshi and Joo Sang Wook recently wrapped sageuk Grand Prince. I did see a few episodes of Cunning Single Lady before dropping that drama and I found them cute together. Continue reading

2014: Year In Review


I’m equally bewildered and equally feel great that I’m writing my third year-end review. From those who know me from the starting of my WordPress journey must be knowing that The Drama Corner is not my first blog. I tried so many times to finally stick with this one when I finally realised how and what I wanted to do, most importantly, I grew fond of writing. Hence, I’m so happy that blogging and this blog has become so special and a constant motivator for me. Continue reading

Cunning Single Lady – Recap Episode 3


Another entertaining episode of Cunning Single Lady is here. We get a clearer picture of the past and Ae Ra’s feelings towards the divorce. With each new episode, I find myself rooting for her more and more, if not completely yet. There can be more in their past than meets the eye and I can’t wait to find that out. The workplace drama comes forward now and to be honest, there are all the stereotypical tropes—hero is the boss, heroine is the employee, mean female colleague/senior, good-natured second lead, but there is still the freshness in our main characters as well as the ex-husband-wife trope which makes things interesting as well as gives a fresh coating to the old formula of a workplace drama. I found this episode really funny and pleasant! Continue reading

Preview for ‘Cunning Single Lady’ Episode 3


Cunning Single Lady turned out to be breezy and smooth, quite opposite to what I expected before its premiere. I thought that it would be slapstick and over-the-top but it was a pleasant first week with flawed characters. I think both the leads are responsible for their present status of being divorced and they are also not mature enough. Ae Ra did try her best to support Jung Woo when he was working on his business ideas but then after 4 years struggle, she gave in. Maybe there was something related to miscarriage as it is Continue reading