This is one of the better final endings I’ve seen for a Taiwanese drama, in that the resolution for the conflict is left for the final episode and everything else is tied up nicely. Advertisements
We are taking a step back in the plotting stuffz but I love spending time with the good old couple anyway!
I quite enjoyed this episode although there was a tad too much plotting for my liking, but for the first time, I actually found myself wishing that there was more and I didn’t have to wait until next week to find out what happens.
Finally some good plotting!
Didn’t enjoy this episode quite as much as the last, but what I surprisingly do enjoy is that I now have feelings about Zi Yu…Feelings of dislike yes, but at least I feel something about this character.
I really enjoyed this episode as usual especially with the couple scenes, but this is just a pleasant comfortable watch – don’t place too much hope on the plot!
I really enjoy watching this episode! Finally our couple has come together and even has few ground rules set. I like their dynamics because it is just like how a normal couple would behave!
I hated the first episode but this drama has grown on me ever since!
Are You Human Too (너도 인간이니) is a KBS2 drama which aired on 4 June 2018 and ended its run recently on 7 August 2018. Starring Seo Kang Joon and Gong Seung Yeon as the leads, this drama may have been off your radar this summer as the two are relatively new in terms of helming a show. They wouldn’t be strangers to Kdrama fans though – Seo Kang Joon previously appeared in Cheese in the Trap as well as Entourage while Gong Seung Yeon was our fiesty female lead in Circle. What’s the show about? Basically, it’s about a mother, a great scientist, who gets separated from her son when he’s about 5 and resides in Czech. Out of longing, she creates an AI robot that looks exactly like her human son. 20 years later, human son gets into an accident. In order to not let the bad guys win, the mother sends her AI robot back to Korea to stand in for the human son, so that no one in Korea will know that the …
Feels like writers went on a sugar rush and decided to bombard us with LOADS of things this episode!
I genuinely enjoyed this episode, perhaps because it’s super refreshing to see Bing Bing being the active party for once.
I was rather annoyed throughout this episode!
They. Are. Finally. Together!!!
As you guys know, I’m a huge fan of Refresh Man. I’ve been on a drama lull since that drama ended, so you might have noticed a lack of updates for a few weeks. I apologise for that! Life’s been pretty intense. (I am however, up to date with Doctors. Not too bad thus far!!)
Thank you for giving us a cute campus drama!
Food food FOODDD.
I cannot get over Joon Hee’s smile, someone save me :(.
HOW CAN IT ALL END SO QUICKLY I NEED MORE SON OH GONG. PLEASE.
Our couple is really taking the next step of committing to this Love, which really touches me for some reason. Could it be the fact that it’s such a difficult love to begin with, yet Oh Gong is fighting so hard to protect it?
Nothing much in this episode, but the relationship further develops, second male lead enters the scene and we also see a vengeful (somewhat) mermaid.
This finale’s plot borders on unsatisfactory and ridiculous, but surprisingly, other than a few moments where I was tearing my hair out in frustration, I actually enjoyed the entire finale – Nam Joo Hyuk’s desperate attempts to calm down a bereaved So Ah and a devasted Shin Se Kyung were so good to watch.
What a mix of genres in one episode!
I’ve never written a theory post on Pretty Little Liars even though I’ve been on it almost since the very start (and so has this blog), but I just thought it would be apt to do one up now because the show is ending. Yep, for those who haven’t been following, Pretty Little Liars is finally finishing next week!! I’m still in disbelief because I grew up (kinda, not really) with this show, but at the same time, I can’t wait for there to be some closure. Good closure. But read on to find out why I think what I think about Spencer. Or her Twin!
The day has come when our leads break up, just as what they had planned six months ago according to the contract.
It was such an exciting AND frustrating episode this time.
It kind of shows when you are in a hurry and the only screenshots you took were of this pairing.
Quite like this episode! There’s loads of fluffy sweetness, and active pursuing woohoo. The only thing I would like to complain about is that it seems like we are going to spend yet another few episodes in Pu Lang Village??
It seems like the main theme for this show, whether intentionally or not so, is ‘misunderstanding’/’the could-have-been-saids’. If it wasn’t for the fact that I really like the visuals, the cast, the acting, and some attachment to the characters, I would have dropped this show. Thankfully, I spam-watched the existing episodes (12 of them) in 1.5 days so I wasn’t too bogged down by all the verbal hurdles that the characters had to face. A conflict which could be solved simply by having a conversation is one of the worst conflicts to drag out, in my opinion.
I've been wanting to write this post for a very long time (since the middle of last year), and I figured that I might as well write it before another wave of crazy things hit my way! So! If you'd stuck around for a very long time (by that I mean like more than a year), you would have noticed that sometimes, I do an oddball entry that doesn't seem to fit in anywhere on this livejournal, and nothing can be more 'oddball' than this entry http://thoughtsramble.livejournal.com/15615.html on the different widgets I've been trying out to count my hits and uniques. I knew it didn't fit, but I had been playing around with about five sites, and I was really eager to share with whoever was reading it. Turns out that the information was useful, at least to some, and even though this entry has, for some reason, attracted lots of spam comments (with varying content, but most with rubbish urls) I'm still glad I wrote it. Thus today, I'm going to share a little more of …
Whoo! Yeon Woo and Hwon finally met in this episode.