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Here is my review of Arang and the Magistrate, episode 12. Check it out. Or not. Whatever you wanna do.


Hey, folks! I made my first ever Youtube video.  I decided to start recapping Arang and the Magistrate. Please, please, PLEASE go see it and leave your comments. Please be nice, because my skin is like those peaches Arang loves so much 🙂  Here’s the link!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XeEm0HxSwY&feature=plcp


Copyright of the BBC

I just wanted to take a moment to write that Dr. Who is an amazing show. You may have heard of it as this long-running British sci-fi  TV show with insanely devoted fans. Still, its really good. Just subscribe to Netflix or check out a dvd from your local library. I started with the new version that began in 2005 starring Charles Eccleston and Billie Piper. I’m almost done with season 2 and how it fills my heart with warmth! Its more than sci-fi, its really about people and life. I’m so glad that I gave it a chance 🙂


Screen caption from episode 10 at dramafever.com Click on picture to watch!

I just finished episode 10 and jeez, this show is just too gorgeous! It makes my heart ache! And though the focus of the show has been the story a bit more than the characters its nice to slowly learn and care more for them, just like how Eun Oh and Arang are naturally growing closer. However, episodes 9-10 slowed down and gave more insight into what makes them tick. Eun Oh isn’t just a typical cold kdrama lead with a hidden fuzzy side. He’s actually never really had a mother. He did everything he could to be her son, but she was too wrapped up in her pain to be there for him. Despite, her huge failings he feels guilty and wants to give her the peaceful life she never had. Eun Oh’s true nature is generous. Even  after finding out his time with Arang  would be short, instead of shutting her out he wants be good to her now and then send her to heaven.     

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Last fall Flower Boy Ramyun Shop premiered and I totally missed it. I think I was watching Baby-faced Beauty and Can You Hear My Heart?  Despite, the love fest going on at dramabeans I felt that I had too much on my plate to start another drama. Also, Jung Il Woo is very pretty, but not my type. Anyhoo, I finally decided to give it a go and BEHOLD, it lives up to the hype! It’s hilarious, zany, warmhearted, clever, has interesting people, and has TWO guys for me to drool over! That would be Park Min Woo and Lee Ki Woo. No, wait. Chi Soo’s friend at the coffee shop is pretty adorable. Oh, and his friend with the long hair is pretty too…Disregard all that. The show is still good despite being loaded with eye-candy. I just finished episodes 3-4 and feel a little disappointed that each episode is only about 45 minutes. Kdramas usually run about 10 minutes too long, but this is too short! Then again it’s probably better this way wanting more. 


It’s been awhile since I’ve posted about Arang and the Magistrate (AATM), but I’m still really enjoying it. The story is awesomely complex, suspenseful, and lots of fun.  Some people complain about lack of romance, but I’m happy the story is taking center stage. My last drama-crack was Big. I cared tons for  the couple, but the plot…not so much. If AATM’s story holds up till the end I’ll be so glad to have another drama on my shortlist of those with a good story. Don’t get me wrong. Lots of dramas are entertaining, but not many have anything important to say. Not many really make you think and struggle. So far the writers have paced the drama very well and soon enough we’ll get to lovey-dovey territory. Plus, Jun Ki and Min Ah have unmistakable chemistry (*sobs). When the drama goes there we’ll appreciate it all the more. By the way, Jun Ki should wear this IN EVERY EPISODE. Click the read more link for the larger, more glorious picture 🙂 

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