This dramda is assured in it’s material and in it’s actors, so it tells the story at its own pace. Thankfully that pace while not sit at the edge of your seat fast, it’s in constant movement, and we do see a change overcome our characters as they interact with each other.
Arang and the Magistrate
So I watched the first four episodes of Arang and the Magistrate and I find that I am very impressed with it’s cinematographic beauty not to mention it’s quirky attitude and charming story (so-far). The vividness of the color, the sharpness in detail, the interesting angles, added to the crazy story that has actually managed to get me fully behind Arang, it’s really obvious that the director and the writer have a method to their madness because it all comes together to make it a visual delicacy. Nom Nom, I’m eating it up with Joon Ki as the main dish! (I luff him ) Continue reading
Alice in Wonder City
This episode is kind of slow but charming. I say slow because only two real important things happen, but at least one of them is resolved by the end of the episode. However a couple of other scenes manages to set up several points for future conflict. Continue reading
Finally. Siwon finally felt like Ren to me… It took 3 and half episodes, but I think he’ll be even better from here on out. I still wish there were tighter editing and less silly prolonged “falling” scenes. Continue reading
Padam Padam: The Sound of His and Her Heart Beat
What does tricking a young man into giving a liver to save another’s life merit? A black or white star? If the resident angel can’t tell me, I assure you I can’t tell either. Though I can imagine, you know, the boy will not react positively. Continue reading