Kdrama The Best Hit Review

Hey! Today I’ll be reviewing a drama (SPOILER FREE because I’m such a giving person 😉 ) that’s a bit different from what you normally see in K-entertainment. The Best Hit is a story of young and old dreamers, family, friendship, love, regrets, broken promises, heart break and living life for yourself.

The Plot

In the early nineties, Hyun Jae (Yoon Si-Yoon) is part of the most popular pop duo in Korea called J2 along with Youngjae (Hong Kyung Min). However, Hyun Jae was the talent and brains while Youngjae just got lucky. After an argument over their recent earnings with the management, Hyun Jae disappears with all the money. Their company, , goes near bankrupt and in the present, supports just one female duo that barely gets any profits. Meanwhile, Youngjae sets up his own company right next to their’s after marrying an older rich co-worker and makes it big in the industry. Hyun Jae’s girlfriend at the time of his disappearance, Bo Hee (Yoon Son Ha), doesn’t sing anymore after that scandal and runs a bakery next to the old agency. The lives of the people around Hyun Jae turned upside down after his disappearance and now they live together next to the bakery. Boo Hee has a son, Ji Hoon (Kim Min Jae), who has been registered as the son of J2’s manager, Gwang Hee (Cha Tae Hyun), who has always had a crush on her but never confessed. Gwang Hee runs the bankrupt entertainment agency with CEO Soon Tae (Lee Deok Hwa). Soon Tae’s only daughter passed away leaving her little girl, Mal Sook, behind for him to raise. The roof top where Ji Hoon lives is also secretly home to one of his best friends, MC Drill (Dong Hyun Bae), who’s a trainee at Youngjae’s company. Ji Hoon pretends to be studying for the civil service exam while he’s actually training to be an idol with MC Drill. In his place, his other best friend, Choi Woo Seung  (Lee Se Young), attends the academy while struggling to make ends meet with countless part time jobs. When she discovers that her boyfriend is having an affair with her best girlfriend and roommate, things go out of hand and they end up at the police station. Ji Hoon and MC Drill drive there to pick her up. When they’re coming back to Ji Hoon’s home, they almost run someone over.  Switching to the past Hyun Jae ends up in the present by whooshing down the stairs of his agency during a typhoon a year before he disappeared. It’s the same building which the family lives in the present. That’s when the three youngsters nearly run him over accidentally. Hyun Jae claims to have lost his memory and demands that Ji Hoon (the driver) compensate him by letting him stay at his house (where he just came from in the past).

The plot revolves around Hyun Jae trying to unravel why he suddenly came to the present and how he disappeared from the face of the earth. There’s also the question of the money he fought over with his agency. Gwang Hee  and Soon Tae never found a penny of it and Hyun Jae doesn’t know where he hid it. Youngjae is also looking for the same money. Ji Hoon struggles with idol training and hiding it from his family while trying to gather the courage to confess his feelings to Woo Seung. Woo Seung battles her bad luck and tries to emotionally detach herself from a mother who has only ever used and abandoned her. Everyone has secrets they desperately try to hide resulting in choas and hilarity.

The Characters

Hyun Jae

Hyun Jae never had much of a family and appears to care for no one but himself. Everyone’s out to use his talent and he rarely developed close sincere relationships. The only ones who seem to bear with him are his manager, Gwang Hee, who is always forced to clean up his mess and his rumored girlfriend, Bo Hee, who’s the nation’s fairy. He’s proud, rude, funny, silly and highly entertaining as a character. There’s considerable growth in him as the drama goes on and we learn the whys and hows of his personality. In the end, the Hyun Jae of 1993 is very different from the Hyun Jae of present day. If you’re a 90’s kid you’ll love the past scenes and Hyun Jae when he first comes to the present. I was impressed that they actually did a stage performance of J2’s original song, Say It, for The Best Hit. Oh and that hairstyle transformation. Their stylist deserves a raise! *fans self*

Ji Hoon

The visuals of this cast are just ❤ Ji Hoon is relatable as a young man who is torn between pursuing his dream of becoming an idol and making his parents proud by getting a stable government job. Min Jae did a great job showing his struggle and drive. His character gives us a glimpse into the world of Korean entertainment where all that glitters isn’t gold. We see the high stakes and trainees giving up everything just for a chance to become an idol.  My favorite Ji Hoon scene was when he rapped during a company evaluation. Ji Hoon is the loyal generous friend everyone needs. He is afraid to speak up for his dreams but he finds a way to work hard for them anyway even if it means deceiving his family.

Woo Seung

One of the few female characters, Woo Seung stands out in a male-dominated cast. She’s a strong character who knows her rights and works harder than anyone to do what must be done. Although she enjoyed making music in school, she doesn’t have the liberty to follow that dream anymore. Abandoned by her only family, she leans on her childhood friend, Ji Hoon, in crisis. She’s independent and driven not looking down on any job that puts food on the table. Despite having serious trust issues, she learns to open up to those around her and becomes a happier person.

 MJ

I didn’t mention him in the plot but MJ is a memorable character made unforgettable by ASTRO’s Eunwoo. Who would forget that face, seriously? 😀 As an AROHA, I am so proud of Eunwoo doing incredibly well in his first role besides ASTRO’s own mini drama production. MJ is a lot like Hyun Jae in some ways. He’s proud, manipulative, narcissistic and of course, ridiculously gorgeous! He’s the complete opposite of our sweet kind Eunwoo except the looks part. MJ is one smart cookie and doesn’t let his evil agency get away with using him. Yay for MJ ❤ His scenes with Woo Seung are quite funny as she’s hired as an intern at his agency and he can’t help but boss her around for the most ridiculous things. Also, that joke about Woo Seung’s name…sorry but I laughed every time 😛

(SPOILERS AHEAD because there’s no way to talk about this without spoilers)

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Romance

I am not sure how the others feel about it but I wasn’t really much into Hyun Jae and Woo Seung as a couple. I loved them as friends and they had a lot of funny scenes (not the first three kisses…that was just…..cringe-y). I guess it was important for the plot that Woo Seung be the reason Hyun Jae would want to return to the present. I’m okay with it. Not bad but their romance didn’t have me swooning sadly.

As for Ji Hoon and Woo Seung, it was typical K-drama treatment of the second lead. I did’t suffer from Second Lead Syndrome at all. The writers always ease in the main lead by making sure that he’s there when the second lead isn’t. The second lead keeps missing chances for no particular reason and ends up giving up altogether. If they’d been together, it would have been sweet. They weren’t. It’s still okay. This drama wasn’t much about romance anyway so I’m not complaining 😀

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Conclusion

The Best Hit was very refreshing! I liked the unique plot, variety of characters, character growth, plot twists, mystery and comedy. The storytelling wasn’t bad and I definitely didn’t lose interest at any point. There were unnecessary parts and some characters that really didn’t make sense like Ji Hoon’s Bona (Do Hyeri) but those things are to be expected in any K-drama 😀 If you’re a YG stan, you’ll love the YG references that keep popping up from time to time.

Watch it and you won’t regret it 🙂

 

My Rating

4.5/5

 

Have you watched The Best Hit? What did you think?

 

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Kdrama Chicago Typewriter Review

Hi! Today, I’ll be reviewing my favorite Kdrama this year, Chicago Typewriter. There aren’t any major spoilers in this review. The name might mislead you into thinking it’s about America so allow me to explain. There are two reasons for this title.

  1. Chicago Typewriter is the name of a gun which sounds like a typewriter when it goes off. It’s quite familiar to the characters and appears often.
  2. There is an old typewriter one of the main characters comes across in Chicago, USA which is very important to the plot.

The plot revolves around three main characters who were also connected in their past lives along with others around them. This means that most of the actors play double roles in this drama.

Yooh Ah-In plays a famous narcissistic author of mystery novels in present age Seoul, Han Se-Joo. He’s a loner who has always been betrayed by the ones closest to him. Writing is now all about business to him so he basically churns out products encouraged by his publisher.  In his past life, he was Seo Hwi-Young, also a fiction author in the local newspaper.

Im Soo-Jung plays Jeon Seoul, a bookworm with a complicated life. Although educated, she had to give up one career after another and works odd jobs. Abandoned as a child, she lives with a fortuneteller who has a daughter the same age, who is Jeon Seoul’s best friend. They have another close friend who owns an Italian restaurant and has had a crush on Jeon Seoul since forever. She doesn’t share his feelings. Jeon Seoul is a huge fan of Han Se-Joo. In her past life, she was Ryu Soo-hyun, the daughter of a Korean rebel who was executed by the Japanese. She pretends to be a man and works at the popular club, Carpe Diem.

Go Kyung-Pyo does not have a double role. He plays a ghost trapped in an old typewriter. He is Shin Yool, the owner of Carpe Diem and best friends with both Ryu Soo-Hyun and Seo Hwi-Young. He takes care of Ryu Soo-Hyun as a child and raises her as an errand boy protecting her secret. Only he knows the identity of the rebel leader since Carpe Diem is a front for the Korean rebel base fighting against the Japanese invaders.

The story begins with Han Se-Joo having a book signing event in Chicago where he comes across the antique Korean typewriter on display. He feels a connection to it and asks the owner to sell it but the owner declines. That night, the typewriter itself starts writing that it wants to be sent to Han Se-Joo scaring the owner into shipping it to Seoul right away. The courier service sends Jeon Seoul to pick up the package and deliver it to Han Se-Joo much to her delight. However, she soon comes face to face with Han Se-Joo’s suspicious dismissive personality and returns disappointed. There’s also a very cute fluffy dog you’ll see throughout the drama. He’s also important 😉

Meanwhile, Han Se-Joo faces a slump and goes into isolation.  The ghost doesn’t know how he died and starts to write the events he remembers. Eventually, Han Se-Joo and the ghost meet and a hilarious sequence of events follows. I love the humor in this drama. It’s fresh and not cringe-y in the least. It doesn’t feel forced or unnatural. The ghost becomes Han Se-Joo’s “ghostwriter” during his slump and they draw up a business contract demanding mutual cooperation for their personal goals.

Han Se-Joo keeps running into Jeon Seoul for various reasons. There’s plenty of action, mystery and thrill with anti-fans, dead threats, murder attempts, fraud and what not. It keeps you hooked till the very end. Jeon Seoul has flashes of her past life and Han Se-Joo too begins to have the same experience after touching the typewriter. Things get further complicated once the three main characters start to remember more of their past lives. They turn it into a novel series under the name of Han Se-Joo since the public loved the first chapter which the ghost had submitted without Han Se-Joo’s approval.

The flashbacks are my favorite part about Chicago Typewriter. Everything from styling to history is so good. I think the writers did a great job of delivering revelations without spoiling the mystery of the plot. The memories that surface are not in sequence and each of the three have their personal mysteries to unravel. The past is closely connected to the present even without the ghost because others reborn are also around them. There are enemies, family and friends. These three are not the only ones who remember their past lives.

The relationships between the characters are definitely the highlight of the drama. You can sense all kinds of tension and there is visible growth as the story moves on. I think morally, the characters make commendable decisions and there are lessons we all can learn from them.

You grow attached to the characters and the stakes are high. Remember, it’s not exactly a happy ending but I was so pleased with how the writers wrapped up this drama. I couldn’t have dreamed of having such a ending. It was more than perfect.

Overall, Chicago Typewriter exceeded my expectations and is the only perfect drama I have watched yet. The characters, acting, plot, direction and production is all splendid. The concept was fantastic and the execution is too good to be true. I must mention the beautifully haunting OST of Chicago Typewriter. It fits perfectly and is unforgettable.

I highly recommend watching it if you’re into history, fantasy, romance, bromance, the paranormal and drama.

 

My Rating: 5/5

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Have you watched Chicago Typewriter? What did you think about it?

 

 

 

Kdrama Strong Woman Do Bong Soon Review Episode 10 Onwards

Hello! I finally got my WordPress back since I updated my Windows and couldn’t even open the website. Praying this never happens again. So, I reviewed the first 10 episodes of Strong Woman Do Bong Soon previously where I covered most of the important bits. Today, I will be wrapping up my thoughts on it. So, let’s see if my mind changed in these final episodes.

THIS POST IS FULL OF SPOILERS

Unfortunately, the issues I had with this drama were never resolved and I am very disappointed about them.

  1. Do Bong Soon’s mother makes a lameass excuse about how the strong girl born into their family always saps the strength of the boys born in the same generation. She justified her shitty behavior towards her daughter since childhood with that. Do Bong Soon literally feels unloved by her mother since she was a baby and in her 20s this is what her mother explains it with? Unacceptable!
  2. Do Bong Soon’s mother is one rotten character who doesn’t make anything right till the very end. I don’t understand how the writers can be okay with such a character being accepted and loved by the very people she abuses. Besides, Do Bong Soon, her mother is verbally and physically abusive towards her own husband. Her husband eventually leaves home but comes back for some unfathomable reason. There’s no more talk of the abuse after that. Way to encourage abusive marriages!
  3.  The goons had so many scenes, half of which completely unnecessary with bad comedy. I don’t get it. The whole monk thing as completely ridiculous. What was the point? Did they just need fillers?
  4. The whole romance plot of the childhood bestie, his girlfriend and Do Bong Soon’s brother…what? Why? How? Can you not jebal?!!!!! It was beyond stupid and made zero sense especially given the conclusion.
  5.  Our beloved CEO never resolved his issues with his family. They were pretty important in the beginning of the series but there was nothing after his brother’s betrayal was revealed. Why? 😦

 

So, it was things like these that really ruined the experience of this drama for me. It had a promising start. Then all these time slot fillers and unanswered questions ruined it for me.

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The good thing was the romance. Second Lead Syndrome was apparently on vacation during this drama for me and I’m grateful for that. The childhood bestie graciously accepted defeat and moved out of the way even though there were all those hilarious scenes with the male leads fighting. I loved them. They put aside their differences to help catch the killer. Do Bong Soon was very brave and heroic but downright foolish at times when she didn’t take help from either of them and just plunged headfirst into danger.

The double role is worth mentioning. The acting was excellent. The role was important in giving a lesson about bullying. It showed a badass side of Do Bong Soon. For once, the goon aspect didn’t bother me where this role was concerned. These scenes were absolutely hilarious!

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I liked how the victims were rescued and the killer was caught in the end. The office rooftop scene where the killer tries to kill Do Bong Soon was definitely one of my favorites. Such scenes were well done in my opinion and made up for other shortcomings.

I wish I could recommend this drama with all my heart but I always say that skip the goon scenes. There are quite a few of them grrrrr!!!

Overall Rating: 3/5

Have you watched Strong Woman Do Bong Soon or planning to watch it? What did you think of it?

 

 

 

 

K-drama Strong Woman Do Bong Soon Episode 1-10 Review (Part 1)

Hi everyone! Summer is here and the days have gotten longer which means I get more time to play 😉 I am a huge fan of Korean dramas or K-dramas as they are commonly known. Today I will be reviewing a K-drama that is currently airing on jTBC on Fridays and Saturdays. I decided to write this before it ended because I know people often wonder if a drama is worth the hype while it’s on air. So far, there are 10 episodes and it just gets better each week.

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What’s it about

Do Bong Soon, played by Park Bo Young, is a young woman who is stands out from the crowd in more ways than one. The women in her family are blessed with Superman-level strength. It is a tightly guarded secret known only to her immediate family and her best friend. Being a below average student, she never attended college and moves from job to job always failing because of her super strength one way or another. She is finally hired as the bodyguard of the CEO of Ainsoft, a game development company, after he witnesses her extraordinary power by chance as she fights a bunch of thugs. She dreams of joining the strategy department of Ainsoft so her boss, Ahn Min Hyuk, promises to promote her if she catches the culprit who keeps threatening him and learns to control her strength. Ahn Min Hyuk, played by Park Hyung Sik, battles his own demons as he struggles to deal with his dysfunctional family and death threats by a masked stalker. Things take a turn for the worse when Do Bong Soon’s peaceful neighborhood suddenly faces a genius serial kidnapper and a sloppy murderer who keep slipping through the police’s clutches. In Gook Doo (Kim Ji Soo), Do Bong Soon’s school friend and crush, is part of the team in charge of this case and suspects both criminals are the same. A dangerous game begins as Do Bong Soon keeps coming across the kidnapper and he gets bolder with every success. She has her plate full trying to protect her boss, discovering whose threatening him, controlling her strength, hiding her power, fighting a gang that is out to restore its honor after she beat up its members, unraveling the mystery of the kidnapper, deciding how she should use her power for good, juggling her complicated relationship with her mother, achieving her career goals and understanding her growing feelings for her boss. There’s a lot happening all at once but the drama flows smoothly.

 

Meet the characters

Do Bong Soon (Park Bo Young)

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The great thing about Do Bong Soon is that she’s perfectly ordinary so you can relate to her but at the same time she is special so she inspires you. This is a simple yet beautiful character you cannot help but love. Having faced problems because of her strength growing up, she could never really concentrate on her studies and is always labeled a troublemaker by her mother. She is an admirable character with great morals and a depth that is surprising for someone most would call a loser. I think her biggest strength is not physical but her spirit that refuses to be defeated. Even after all her failures she holds onto her dream of being a game developer and wants to be appreciated for her brains not brawn. She knows she must hide her power but she doesn’t hesitate to help those in need. Her small stature makes her the target of ridicule by bullies quite often when she stands up for others but she holds back her strength until they cross her limits. Do Bong Soon is cute, funny, straightforward, smart, brave, warm-hearted, sweet and generous. She is no pushover despite her kindness and full of sass as she continues to call out Min Hyuk on his bullshit.

Ahn Min Hyuk (Park Hyung Sik)

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I first saw Park Hyung Sik in Hwarang (K-drama) and later in Return of Superman (TV show). It doesn’t take more than a few seconds to be totally charmed by him and he’s easily the prettiest man alive. Don’t assume that his looks got him this far because he’s actually an impressive actor. I guess it’s easier to play a spoiled rich brat when you are swimming in dough but he really brings each unique character to life no matter how similar they appear. Min Hyuk is a self-made man since he left his home to start his own company, Ainsoft. He seems carefree because of the lifestyle he displays to others but he has a lot to deal with. His hard work and intelligence built his company and it’s obvious his employees love him. As Do Bong Soon discovers, he is a lonely sensitive guy who conceals his reality behind the vain laidback CEO image.

In Gook Doo (Kim Ji Soo)

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Mr. Goody Two Shoes, In Gook Doo, is a tough cop who takes his job very seriously. His protective nature is evident especially with Do Bong Soon, whose feelings he’s clueless about yet cares for her deeply. He is hot tempered and acts rashly at times but he’s great at his job. He’s brave, fierce and willing to do whatever he takes to catch criminals. His passion for his job stems from his genuine care for others. That’s his biggest plus in my opinion. Although he has zero sense of humor and not the best boyfriend, Gook Doo, is a kind soul. You could call him a manly man but that isn’t always a good thing. He finds it hard to express his feelings for others and acts extremely territorial. He is stubborn and proud not to mention he has the worst timing ever.

 

There are several secondary characters that have their own importance in the drama. The most notable ones are Do Bong Soon’s mother, who constantly complains of her failures though she cares. Her father dotes on her but is always dominated by his wife so doesn’t do much about her mother’s behavior. She has a twin brother who is older than her and a doctor. Gook Doo’s girlfriend had a significant role so far and is expected to be more prominent in the future. Do Bong Soon’s bestie is exactly what you would want in a friend: loyal to the core. Min Hyuk’s problematic family consists of three half brothers, his step mother and his biological father. Do Bong Soon gains the loyalty of the local school gang that turns a new leaf at her advice. The thugs she beats up in the first episode are part of a gang we see quite often. They are a funny bunch and their leader has links to a few other characters. They are a minor threat as compared to the big bad serial kidnapper and murderer. He is definitely my favorite villain to date in K-dramas. He is scary, merciless, totally psycho, violent, super smart and highly unpredictable. We get to see him work and the victims quite often as she continues to terrorize the neighborhood. Kim Won Hae plays a double role both characters being leagues apart from each other in nature. He did an amazing job and I hope we see more of him in the coming episodes.

 

Relationships

K-dramas have the best romance and this one particularly special though romance is not the main theme. I must say the romance here fits quite well with the thrill, action, mystery, comedy, etc. which is not an easy thing to do. We have a love triangle but there are other characters involved as well so there are many twists and turns.

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Do Bong Soon has had a crush on Gook Doo since she first laid eyes on him but has never confessed her feelings to him. Gook Doo has no idea about this and thinks of her as only a childhood friend. Will that change? 😉 As she is put in increasingly dangerous situations, he is forced to face the truth about his feelings.

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Min Hyuk’s feelings are a bit hard to pinpoint but it’s clear that he adores her even though he misses no chance to annoy her. His heart is attached to a faceless woman who saved his life years ago. Watching their friendship grow is a true delight. They butt heads all the time and diss each other but underneath all that bickering is genuine affection. Do Bong Soon maybe the bodyguard but Min Hyuk is very protective of her and he respects her feelings for Gook Doo, which won my heart. I love how Min Hyuk sees right through her when others might have disregarded her inner turmoil.

There is a third ship that deserves mention: Min Hyuk and Gook Doo. Everyone is under the impression that Min Hyuk is gay and hired a female bodyguard to keep his reputation intact. Of course, Min Hyuk enjoys making Do Bong Soon jealous by telling her how hot he finds Gook Doo.

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There is a ridiculous amount of competition between these two men and their scenes together are always hilarious. I hope we see some bromance blossom between these two in future episodes. I think the change of heart many characters experience was very well done and makes the romance believable.

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What stands out?

There’s a lot to love about his drama. The casting is on point, the acting is amazing, the action sequences are slick and often funny, characters you can relate to, stories you want to follow, relationships you root for, great storytelling, a villain you admire and fear simultaneously, terrific makeup and styling, meaningful themes, complex characters with gray areas, superb chemistry, total eye candy, thrilling scenes, intriguing mystery and much more.

 

What bothered me?

There are some things that had me wondering why? The first thing is how Do Bong Soon’s mother treats her. She keeps breaking down her self esteem, sets a bad example of a marriage for her kids, keeps comparing her to her twin brother and misuses her position all the while telling her daughter how she shouldn’t use her power or she would be stripped of them like she was in her youth. Despite the security measures in the neighborhood, the kidnappings occur so frequently. I confess I have little patience for friends that are ignorant of the feelings their friends have for them. Even Min Huyk tells Do Bong Soon that she’s very obvious about her crush but Gook Doo never suspected even though he dates women. I was dying of Second Lead Syndrome after Hwarang and this just pushed me further to root for Min Hyuk. K-dramas are notorious for torturing viewers with teasing romantic scenes which bother me and don’t. I just thought I’d point it out if you are not accustomed to slow burn torture.

 

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Do Bong Soon’s bestie became a target for the kidnapper but she saved her friend in time. He came back for her only once but then gave up.

 

OST

No K-drama would be complete without a hit OST. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon does not disappoint. The songs are beautiful and have perfect placement to “shake your heart” (I’m sorry I just had to. I still don’t understand the correct meaning of this translation. Hopefully, learning some more Korean will help). You’re My Garden, performed by Jung Eun Ji of Apink, is a haunting melody that you want to sing along to and it fits the drama so well. Heartbeat is sweet romantic song made sweeter by the vocals of Shin Suran. It’s the ultimate BGM to play when you’re falling in love. How Would It Be by Standing Egg is a lovely composition that reflects the changing feelings of the characters towards possible romance. Kim Chung Ha, formerly of I.O.I, sung a cute number titled Pit-a-Pat that will surely put a smile on your face. MAMAMOO recorded a cool fast paced track, Double Trouble Couple, that pairs wonderfully with all the action sequences. The most fantastic news is that Park Hyung Sik, who debuted with ZE:A in 2010,  is rumored to be recording a song for this drama too besides being the male lead.

 

My favorite scenes

I couldn’t let finish this review without sharing some of my favorite scenes in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon.

 

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Do Bong Soon carrying Ahn Min Hyuk after he gets grazed by a metal pellet and acts all dramatic 

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Amusement part sort-of date where Do Bong Soon shows Min Hyuk how to have a great time on thrilling rides

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The last scene so far is the most emotionally loaded and a relief for those who ship Min Hyuk with Bong Soon.

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When Min Hyuk and Gook Do are too drunk to consider their sexual orientations.

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The moment our hearts stopped beating when Min Hyuk took the hit for Bong Soon

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