Micro Drama Reviews: May 2018

The new won’t come if the old ones don’t go. Some of these dramas are welcome with ‘good ridden’, while some obviously were so good you wish it didn’t have to end because it’s only a new beginning…

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Micro Drama Reviews: April 2018

It has been a long time since the last post on dramas. With some time off thanks to the Easter holiday, I found some time and energy to express how I feel about the current and completed dramas in summary.

P.S. Most of these dramas are in their early stage of airing, therefore the review is only “first impression”.

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Random Thoughts: Misty


Every time I watch Misty many thoughts run through my mind—things that I felt inspired, things that are relatable, things that I wish I could do and of course for the mysterious part, who kills Kevin Lee.

Such complex and compelling story told through a very flawed female character, yet there is not one ounce of annoyance I could muster against her. She’s arrogant, calculative and manipulative, but we admit defeat in front of her confidence, dignity, work capability and beliefs, and we must give her the respect she deserves.

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First Impression: Temperature of Love

Following the drama slump in August, it was delightful to have Yang Se Jong and Seo Hyun Jin grace our screens with Temperature of Love. The drama is an adaptation of scriptwriter, Ha Myung Hee‘s novel “Good Soup Never Picks Up Phone” and in combination with PD Nam Gun, the show is receiving many positive reviews nationally and internationally.  ❤

Note: This post contains spoilers

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Micro Drama Reviews: August 2017

August Drama Review 2017

End of July to August is a pretty meh times. Took me forever to complete this. Several times I wanted to trash it, but didn’t want the effort to go to waste. I’m watching these dramas, but find it really hard to get into them. Some episodes I could be totally into it, and the next week, I’m out. None of them are really crack drama material, but I’m soldiering on till next month and hope I’ll find a crack by then.

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Duel: The Twists, Sung Joon, Sung Hoon and Sanyoung


Episode 13 Thoughts

Bravado to the screenwriter. OCN’s chase thriller drama, Duel, has proven to be one of the smartest mystery drama I’ve ever seen. Episode 13’s twist and revelation really blew me away. This show fell under the radar in its country, but thankfully the low rating didn’t affect its quality, and the plot just gets better and better. We have three episodes left, questions are getting answered and this episode has highlighted to us the script is well-thought-out, characters or scenes from the past are starting to link together and nothing is wasted, and that they were shown for a reason (i.e. if we exclude the PPL).


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