Duel has been another wonderful and awesome roller coaster joyride produced by OCN. The show was mind-blowing thanks to screenwriter and rookie actor, Yang Se Jong‘s outstanding and scenes-stealing performances. I really enjoy burning my brain and experiencing the high and low emotions along with our beloved clones—Sung Joon and Sung Hoon.
Now why can’t they spread out the goodness evenly?—we were lacking good shows earlier in the year, and now we are drown in so many awesomeness. But, no complains. I love the return of my biases in these shows and enjoying getting addicted to triple the goodness thanks to cloning.
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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Duel is OCN’s new drama that takes over Tunnel and is not to be overlooked. It stars Jung Jae Young, Yang Se Jong, Kim Jung Eun and Seo Eun Soo. Duel was supposed to appear in the next summarised Micro Drama Review, but four episodes in, the plot boggles my mind so much that I had to create a post on its own to empty my head.
Time to wrap up the dramas that had ended and start on the new ones, and boy, I find myself playing catch up because suddenly there are so many.
I don’t like the beginning of 2017 because it’s so god damn dull, and it’s still god damn dull. *CRY*
Listening to Goblin’s OST whilst composing my first impression of Tomorrow with You is how I rejoice I finally have one promising drama I can look forward to each week. Tomorrow with You stars Lee Je Hoon (Signal) and Shin Min Ah (Oh My Venus), is the tvN drama that follows after Goblin, so I expected it to uphold the same quality as its predecessors. The verdict is: I enjoy the first two episodes.
December 2016!!! Can’t believe another year of my drama watching journey is about to be over. Has it been a fruitful year of good dramas? Yes, I think so, and definitely a year that I’ve watched the most too! Not sure I should be proud of it as it somehow shows I have no life outside dramas, LOLLL.
Saw a few dramas I enjoyed and a few I didn’t, so I just want to spazz about the good ones, as well as rant a little of the bad.