So many questions and I can’t quite work out my answers yet. Advertisements
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!
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.
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.
I kinda like this episode, kinda don’t. But now that we have gotten certain questions out of the way, I think the good stuff is going to roll in!
Nothing much in this episode, but the relationship further develops, second male lead enters the scene and we also see a vengeful (somewhat) mermaid.
I love how this is all boiling towards a certain point and how we are all just waiting for that eventual moment.
It gets better and better!
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.
Truthfully I’m holding out only because I’m just somehow very enamored with Ha Baek and Hoo Ye.
Now drama, you are way past the halfway mark so you’d better do something about the pace of your plot!
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!
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!
Thank you for the great watch<3