What I’m Watching Now…

Three Weeks
Three Weeks
The story revolves around a woman who can see ghosts and a man who tries to protect her, and is described as a drama with horror and romantic elements infused together. So Ji Sub plays the miserly, greedy, and conceited CEO Joo Joong Won, who measures all human relationships through money. Gong Hyo Jin will play the melancholy and tearful assistant Tae Gong Shil, who is able to see ghosts after an accident and thus suffers from insomnia.
So Ji Sub as Joo Joong Won
Gong Hyo Jin as Tae Gong Sil
Seo In Guk as Kang Woo
Kim Yoo Ri as Tae Yi Ryeong
What do I like about it: I don’t do horror unless forced to. But this is MAD fun to watch!! Hyo Jin js seriously playing her role as Gong Sil!! She is hilariously funny!! Ji Sub, well, playing an arrogant ass is not exactly a stretch for him but he is making it fun!
Master’s Sun
The story revolves around a woman who can see ghosts and a man who tries to protect her, and is described as a drama with horror and romantic elements infused together.

So Ji Sub as Joo Joong Won
Gong Hyo Jin as Tae Kong Sil
Seo In Guk as Kang Woo
Park Hee Bon as Tae Gong Ri
What do I like about it: Haven’t started it yet but it only took two names to be in the cast: So Ji Sub and Gong Hyo Jin! That’s enough for me!!

Goddess of Fire, Jeongi
The series is about Baek Pa Seon’s life and love. She was the first and the best female potter in the Joseon Dynasty period. After she got kidnapped to Japan during a war, she demonstrated the superiority of Joseon potters in Japan. Depending on how well it is made, it can be as popular as Dae Jang Geum, which was very popular all over the world.

Moon Geun Young as Yoo Jeong
Lee Sang Yoon as Prince Gwanghae
Kim Bum as Kim Tae Do
What do I like about it: It’s all about Moon Geun Young for me! She is the reason I am watching this. Sometimes you can’t help being a fan and as a fan you will watch anything by a favorite actor!


Crazy Love

This drama tells the story of a woman who meets the love of her life at the most desperate time.

Park Sun Young as Yoon Mi So
Go Se Won as Seo Kyung Soo

What do I like about it: I just have this weird side to me! I absolutely love revenge stories! I tend to gravitate to them. After Glass Mask, I knew there was no longer a limit to the number of episodes I’m willing to watch. Even though I have not really watch enough episodes to really gave an opinion, the story definitely has peeked my intense. Mi So is such a wallflower wife right now, I can’t wait to see a transformation in her character! And Kyung Soo’s character is not much different than hers. Saddled with a mentally deranged wife? It will be interesting to see how he escapes.

Gu Am Heo Joon 

 The drama will tell the life story of Heo Joon, from dramatic childhood to royal physician. He became a court physician during the reign of King Seonjo (latter half of the 16th century), and went on to write what would become the defining text of traditional Korean medicine. The groundbreaking thing about it at the time was that he wrote it in Hangul, so that medicine could be understood and learned by commoners, as was his hope.

Kim Ju Hyuk as Heo Joon
Park Jin Hee  as Ye Jin
Nam Goong Min as Yoo Do Ji
Park Eun Bin as Da Hee

What do I like about it: What is not to love about two of my favorite drama genres combined into one drama. Heo Jun is based on a real person in history. Even though this is a daily drama with 100 episodes, I can tell you that so far, it has been extremely interesting with an excellent cast. Kim Ju Hyuk, I’ve not liked a role since the movie, “Love Me Not”. Another thing I like about this drama is that the lead character, Heo Joon has already established a relationship with his wife in the drama, Da Hee. The only romantic entanglement is with Ye Jin and Do Ji. Nam Goong Min is excelling as the evil, jealous Do Jin. So far, there is nothing lovable about him or his family.


Golden Empire
This drama is about the power struggle between three people in one chaebol empire during the turbulent era of Korean finance in the early 1990s for 20 years. Jang Tae Joo is the man who will build up his so-called empire of gold from nothing and raises his little sister, Jang Hee Joo, on his own after their father dies. He fall in love with Choi Seo Yoon, chaebol heiress. But his biggest rival is her older brother Choi Min Jae.

Go Soo  as Jang Tae-Joo

Lee Yo Won as Choi Seo-yoon

Son Hyun Joo as Choi Min-Jae   
What do I like about it: The premise of this kind of reminds me of Giant, an absolute favorite of mine. What brought me to watch the story is definitely Lee Yo Won. Not too much that I’ve not like of hers. Go Soo, I’ve only seen him in movies and what I’ve seen was very, very good!


I Summon You, Gold!

A family drama that defines marriage and family; and trick and truth; about middle class people. It will tell about the reality of a middle class family and their money problems, as well as love and marriage. Mong Hee and Yoo Na (both played by Han Ji Hye) are two different woman who look exactly the same. Jung Mong Hee,Jung is the woman who dreams of becoming a jewelry designer while operating a small accessories stand and is cheerful and hopeful. She dreams of being a jewelry designer. On the other hand, Yoo Na is a cold modern woman who is a daughter of a rich family.

Park Hyun Soo is the CEO of a large jewelry company, owned by his parents while constantly compete with his brother, Park Hyun Joon, for the CEO position. Park Hyun Soo is going through a divorce from his ex-wife, Yoo Na. He will meet and fall in love with Mong Hee who looks exactly like his ex-wife. Sung Eun as the antagonist to Jung Mong Hee, is a successful jewelry designer and she is married to Park Hyun Joon who is the second son in the family business.

Han Ji-Hye as Jung Mong-Hee/Yoo-Na
Yeon Jeong-Hun as Park Hyun-Soo
Lee Tae Sung as Park Hyun Joon
Lee Soo Kyung  as Sung Eun
Park Seo Joon as Park Hyun Tae
Baek Jin Hee as Jung Mong Hyun

What do I like about it: Okay, the Park family make dysfunctional family look like nothing! The younger Park sons are so hateful to each other! Poor Hyun Soo! He gets dumped on by his ex-wife as well as his father! The family dynamics of this rich family is CRAZY!! Three sons, three mothers!! And top that off with a SUPER domineering father! What else do you need to now! So far, it is a lot of fun!

Bravo My Life/Ugly Alert

People, who have different lives, become a family because of their parents. They sometimes look down on other family members and jealous of other family members. Through all of this, they get to understand each other and cure their wounds. A man, in particular, goes through infinite sacrifices.

Im Joo Hwan as Gong Joon Soo
Kang So Ra as Na Do Hee
Choi Yoon Young as Gong Jin Joo
Choi Tae Joon as Gong Hyeon Seok
Shin So Yool as Shin Joo Yeong
Seol Hyun as Gong Na Ri
Kim Young Hoon as Han Seo

 What do I like about it: Im Joo Hwan was the main reason why I wanted to watch this. I’ve been saying for awhile that he needed to have his leading role drama! So far, it is very good! His character, Joon Soo, is probably one of the sweetest, wronged person you’ll ever see in a drama. His love for his family of siblings cannot be compared. His story has got to be one of the saddest but his heart is so pure. The romance between Joon Soo and Do Hee, so far, is very cute. Sure, there is definitely going to be some interference from other characters, especially his step brother, Hyeon Seok and BY Group attorney, Han Seo who basically thinks he owns Do Hee. So the arrogant butt in this story, for once, is not the lead. The female is a strong, let me say it again, STRONG female!
Other non-Korean dramas: Seinaru Kaibutsutachi (or Sacred Monsters on viki). This is a wild medical drama! Who knew surrogacy was illegal in Japan!


Plan to Watch Next

The Queen’s Classroom-Two of my favorite little ladies are in it; Kim Sae Ron and Seo Shin Ae!

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