Now drama, you are way past the halfway mark so you’d better do something about the pace of your plot! Advertisements
I actually quite like this episode, even if nothing much actually happened.
I was initially a little hesitant to watch Yeo Jin Goo so soon after Circle (which ended just a month ago!), especially since the whole staying young thing happened again. However, I think by the 4th episode, Reunited Worlds has managed to set itself apart from Circle.
It may be too early to make a decision, but I think it’s not too bad for a start.
I think my prayers have been answered somewhat!
Am really hoping that the pace will pick up next episode!
I really wish I could say this was a great watch and I understand why it got its ratings….but I don’t.
The short answer – yes!
I didn’t know that watching Bong Hee & Ji Wook going about their mundane life can be so hilarious and endearing. It’s been a good ride!
The culmination of the past 36/18 episodes come down to this, but I’m not sure just how satisfied I am.
What a mix of genres in one episode!
Thank you for the great watch<3
All was going well, but the ending frustrates me a little!
I like the finale!
Love-hate relationship with this episode!
It’s quite a good watch thus far, but I can’t wait to get more action!
Our leads did a couple of foolish things in this episode, but I still enjoyed it very much!
Here’s the relationships you may have missed out while watching Weightlifting Fairy!
I’M SO IN LOVE.
Park Hae Jin, we meet again!
This review is a little late on the bandwagon, but if you feel like walking down the memory lane once again with me, dive right in!
60 minutes of Choi Jin Hyuk-goodness, what’s there not to like? Okay I kid, read on to see why I’m currently hooked on this!
It’s over for real!!
The end is upon us!
Jeong Woo finally corners le Min Ho!
You aint getting your happy ending yet!
Well…what was that??
Yes, yes, yes – just everything I’m looking for!
Here’s a review for the faint-hearted!