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.
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!
This is just a really short post that I’ve been wanting to write for AGES. Yeah this show has long finished. I tend to have very serious drama blues if I’m too attached to a show, and I’m not kidding when I say that sometimes this affects my mood in real life. As such, over the years, I have developed this defence mechanism whereby if I foresee myself getting too attached to a show, I stop myself from watching the last episode until my own hype for it has died down. Does that make sense to you? This method works wonders for me(:
It took me some time to finish the current 4 episodes because I was already recapping two other dramas and real life keeps taking over virtual life. Lol. In any case, I’m glad I started on this series. It’s not my favourite out of the 4 that I’m watching right now, but it’s pretty decent!