There’s No Such Thing As Nice Guys

In my opinion, the best melodrama to date. This show had everything, the music, the fast pace, the incredible storyline, the cast, scripter writer, directing, almost perfect. It tug at my heart all the way, I felt for all the characters minus Lawyers Ahn. Hehe. I might be the only one who wasn’t satisfied with ending. I felt exactly like how Ms. Koala at her playground felt, cheated. The whole show was great every bit and piece, and the ending wasn’t bad, but wasn’t great too. It was just good.

I give my applause for everyone who had a part in making this one of the best shows thus far, and I better see it scoring some awards at the award show, you hear me KBS!

All the leads were so enriching and alive that I couldn’t but help feel for them froth beginning to the end. I know most people hate Jae Hee but I love the way Park Shi Yeon portrays here, brilliantly.  Eun Gi made me view Moon Chae Yoon in a different light as an actress. Song Joong Ki definitely hit it out of the park for Kang Maru. Ohh, how I loved his character. They lived up to all my expectations of them. Everything just builds up on everything.

While watching the show I was glad they used Eun Gi’s amnesia to create such a great storyline and effect that gave melodrama a whole new definition of cliques. Especially Maru’s revenge for Jae Hee, it didn’t end just half through the story and wasn’t revenge the whole way but added so much depth into turning Jae Hee around and opening up Maru’s view on the whole aspect. I love Jae Hee and sadly, it’s something I have to admit. Maybe it’s because Park Shi Yeon did a great job making me pity her. I wished Jae Hee had the best for herself, which she eventually did. However I felt there wasn’t enough scenes of her and her son interacting that would have been great.

At the end of the day, Nice Guy is not one to forget, all it’s character were so alive and human that I could rewatch the show again and again. So now I’m going to go off to find Doodlearts to gossip more. 😉

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I Miss You: First Impressions

When I read the summary for the drama, I did not realize watching the show would be a different story. I finish the first four episode and all I can say is everyone is DOOM. I cannot see a happy ending. If you care for knowing the summary, it is about 15-year-old Soo-Yeon is a victim of bullying at school. They target her, because her father is a murderer. Soo-Yeon has an ally in Jung-Woo who always protects her from the bullies. Soo-Yeon and Jung-Woo are in love, but due to an unexpected accident they become separated. Now as adults they meet again through destiny. Jung-Woo is now a detective and his first love has always remained in the back of his mind. Soo-Yeon is now a rookie fashion designer who tries to have a bright personality, but still carries emotional scars inside of her. Hyung-Joon  is Soo-Yeon’s lover, who appears warm and nice, but he will try to take vengeance upon Jung-Woo.

And the worst thing of all, only the first half of the summary has happen.*pounds head on table* This is a great show and should be paid attention too. However it contains so much different emotions and levels that I almost couldn’t continue after episode 3. I Miss You gets very dark and goes all the way pass what a melodrama should be. It’s above and beyond supported by a wonderful and brilliant cast of actors and actresses that I can’t imagine the adult generation of leads can take on what their child counter parts did. I’ll be a seeing this show to the very end since I believe I already pass the hardest part of the story, the lead’s separation.

So far now, let’s stick with the happy faces to contain ourselves from the mellowness later on.:)

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