I gave a try to last year’s hit drama Mrs. Cop but couldn’t continue after the first episode. It was an average premiere and the reviews later made me realise I made a right decision. The show is back with a new season titled Mrs. Cop 2 (obviously). Except Continue reading
Ho Goo’s Love is a cute, little drama with adorable characters populating its world. It’s darker than expected and cuter than expected. This is an amusing dichotomy but this ride is exceptionally heart-warming.
The story revolves around Ho Goo, a very kind-hearted, naïve, shy, a bit timid young man who never had any girlfriend. Do Hee is the national swimming champion. He suddenly meets his first love, Do Hee, one day and how his life takes a different turn after that, makes up the rest of the show. Continue reading
Ho Goo’s Love aired from February to March but I couldn’t watch it then. So I thought now was the perfect time to catch up the show (as I’m only watching one show) and after 4 episodes, it’s total love for this tvN drama. It has this amazing balance of two things which was as different for a narrative as days and nights. At one side, the drama has this cute, comics like quality where certain things get exaggerated by adding fantasy elements or graphical depiction. On the other side, there is a groundedness in the Continue reading
Well, another webtoon turned drama is here and it’s on the channel which brings most of these adaptations — tvN. I have loved its rom-coms a lot and I’ll happily welcome this new entrant. It’s called Ho Goo’s Love and stars Choi Woo Shik in his first leading role. He had a pretty busy 2014 with back to back drama roles in Fated To Love You, where he was simply cute and funny as Jang Hyuk‘s half-brother and Pride And Prejudice, which I Continue reading