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 …
Be ready for a longgg recap on finale breakdown and my thoughts!
Feels like writers went on a sugar rush and decided to bombard us with LOADS of things this episode!
O la la, there are two Shins for the world to see!
Truthfully, there was a mulling frustration threatening to boil throughout this episode, but boy, it was all worth it for that ending.
Amazing ending and cliffhanger!!!
Other than a little hiccup, this episode has a few classic scenes that really prove the drama’s worth.
I am so proud of our robot taking little teeny steps!
This episode is such a delight and a thrill to watch.
It seems like we have reached the climax of this show and for that, I like this episode for having all sorts of elements – the romance, a hot kiss, a big revelation, some form of reconciliation and some fun. I’m just wondering what’s there to watch for the next 4 episodes? Their married life?
Yet another great episode – our relationship takes a little step forward and our robot is more and more of his own.
I absolutely loved this episode! Some mix of sweetness with suspense, and who can say no to a little robotic action at the end?
Yes I’m excited for the good stuff that is about to come!
I feel so conflicted whenever I watch this show because now I have fallen deeply in love whenever NamShin III is on screen (with So Bong), but anything with Ye Na inside just makes me wanna tear my hair out (I realise I say that a lot. Oh god, watching dramas is detrimental to my hair growth.)
I’ve finally managed to finish this! Here’s my review of Episode 16 and about the entire drama in general.
In this episode, we finally reached the point where memories and flashbacks converge with reality (/or subconscious?).
Pretty ambivalent about this one!
So many questions and I can’t quite work out my answers yet.
I’m back finally after what may be the longest hiatus on thoughtsramble with a review for the first 6 episodes for Life on Mars!
I cannot get over Joon Hee’s smile, someone save me :(.
Just here to drop off quickly my thoughts about the show!
HOW CAN IT ALL END SO QUICKLY I NEED MORE SON OH GONG. PLEASE.
Many thoughts!! But in short, Episode 20 you better give me a good answer!
I like this episode for the acting and the resolution of Guemganggo, but mostly, this is just a build-up for something else, which will hopefully be big and awesome and jaw-dropping.
Just a review this time!
Sometimes I feel like truthfully all we had going on was a love story, sometimes I’m impressed with the amount of things that happens within one episode. It’s a love story, but yet there are vital implications of falling in love in this world.
Things are getting really exciting!
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?
In all honesty, I preferred the plot of Episode 11 over Episode 12, just because there were more ups and downs. But the slightly flatter plot line of this episode (in preparation for something more?) and the spirit has been said more than once to be a powerful evil spirit indicates that this may bring a huge change to our plot dynamics.
I really like this episode – the pace has picked up, the plot thickens (in more than one aspect) and I truly don’t want this to end.