Life (2018) Episode 16 (Finale) Recap
Mixed feelings about this one!
Mixed feelings about this one!
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!
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.
This episode is such a delight and a thrill to watch.
Yet another great episode – our relationship takes a little step forward and our robot is more and more of his own.
So many questions and I can’t quite work out my answers yet.
Aha, I'm so not done fangirling here. I'm so excited to see Lee Joon Hyuk as the bad guy (he was sooo good in City Hunter; I loved him!) yet, sad at the same time…because I'm an ordinary girl who likes a good guy any time (I'm a second fiddle fan, remember?) But this scene makes me really anticipate the development that is going to come our way: (sorry he was moving too fast in panic and no screenshots that I've attempted were clear) I'm so excited to see his acting; I think he will be able to carry out the different conflicts within Jang Il really well! Then Seon Woo passed by Jang Il, who kind of heaved a relief…before Seon Woo grabbed him from behind, and Jang Il was in the most terrified, choked state I've ever seen. Just saying, I thought that choked expression was really good. I hope I'm not being biased, am I, anyone? Phew, I finally caught up! I can't say for sure that I will be recapping this, …
He has appeared!:D <3thoughtsramble
Well I was wrong in thinking that Moon That Embraces The Sun will send me into a kdrama slump. Turns out that there are three kdramas that I do want to check out right now — Equator Man, Rooftop Prince and King2Hearts. I'm on Episode 3 of Rooftop Prince, and just started on the Equator Man which looks really promising: The very important man who is really the guy that makes me even click on the show. It seems like Lee Joon Hyuk is going to take second place to Uhm Tae Woong, whose only shows I've watched was Delightful Girl Choon Hyang, and I'm not sure if I'm going to be happy about this. I mean, I like Lee Joon Hyuk. Younger version of Jang Il, acted by Siwan. Kyaaa~. Younger version of Seon Woo (Lee Hyun Woo) is not too bad either((: And aww, Jang Il got doused with water. Not too certain how far I will carry on with this show. The first episode starts out with a scene that seems to be …
Lol I’ve been wanting to do this post for quite a long time, because I’ve been watching so many behind the scenes and funny NGs that I wanna share with you guys here! So in relation to the previous post, yep Lee Min Ho leaps around the cars, especially in the junkyard scene, HIMSELF:DDD So exciting to know that hahahaha. credited to: http://www.askactor.com " City Hunter’s” martial arts director Yang Kil Young stated, “While Lee Min Ho’s tall height is a disadvantage for stunts, his agility and reflexes help him create superb action scenes. Additionally, he puts in a lot of effort and does not spare himself. Working with him was a rewarding experience, and I enjoyed it.” " Aahhhhh allow me to fangirl for a while:D I mean I have nothing, absolutely nothing I think, against actors/actresses who use stuntmen/women because after all, actors are meant to act, in a sense, not fight but this is why it’s so amazing to see actors who are so professional in their jobs ( I don’t …