Tag Archives: Wang Ji Won

Thirty But Seventeen: Episodes 5-6

As I’m doing this segment (Episode Discussion) after a long time (the last time I did a proper one was for Oh My Ghostess), let me state that here I will not post recaps of a drama episode, only my thoughts regarding the same. Now with that out of the way, let’s start. Continue reading

First Impressions: Thirty But Seventeen

Oh this show is ADORABLE! And warm. And funny. I was not even anticipating Thirty But Seventeen, the new kid on the block over at SBS but with its premiere week, it has won my heart. Actually this should not be a surprise for me as I loved the writer’s previous show High School King Of Savvy and liked She Was Pretty. The drama also received good ratings so yay across the board. Continue reading

SBS starts breezy romcom ‘Thirty But Seventeen’ from today with Shin Hye Sun and Yang Se Jong

Kudos to Shin Hye Sun for rising to leading lady roles after playing many cute/funny/annoying supporting roles for some years. I first noticed her in School 2013, then High School King Of Savvy, Oh My Ghost and She Was Pretty. It was her last drama My Golden Life (a weekender) that catapulted her to another level of popularity with huge success, where she was the main lead. Continue reading

Yeon Woo Jin signs on new drama (yay!) ‘Divorce Lawyer In Love’ with Jo Yeo Jung

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If you’ve read my posts for Marriage Not Dating, you must be knowing that I have a huge crush on Yeon Woo Jin. Right from the first frame when I saw him in that title track of the drama, I fell head over heels in love. Ha. And now I’m on cloud nine as he has been confirmed for upcoming rom-com weekender Divorce Lawyer In Love. The show is slated to follow The Family Is Coming and is likely to start airing in March. Jo Yeo Jung has been signed as his leading lady. Continue reading

‘Fated To Love You’ is fun: First Impressions


Finally my rom-com drought is over with the premiere of Fated To Love You this week and I’m glad that it’s total fun and a joy to watch. Unless you were hiding under a rock, everyone knows that it’s a remake of a very popular Taiwanese drama of the same name. I haven’t seen the original, so I don’t have that extra baggage of expectations and comparisons. The show is full of slapstick comedy with over-the-top effect used to elevate the humour in certain scenes. But it’s great that on the other hand, we also get some cute and warm moments that give the show its heart. A nice balance between humour and heart. Continue reading