Given all the hype, I feel bad seeing how things have turned out for A Korean Odyssey what with their post-production issues and subsequent accidents on the set. After watching two episodes, I honestly think that I like it more than I should in that it’s not the typical Hong Sisters writing that is often so instantly addictive but it still has that appeal that’s entertaining and definitely unique. It probably helps if you’re a fan of the fantasy genre, Lee Seung Gi or Cha Seung Won (yep, that’s me).
My Dear Boy
My Dear Boy may have a simple premise, but it seems to have the right hooks to make it an endearing watch. At ages 41 and 25, Ruby Lin and Derek Chang are perfect for their roles as a jaded career woman and an earnest college student experiencing what may be his first real heartbreak. They end up as each other’s dates for the night after being asked by the waiter to share a table, and you already know that it’s going to be the start to one helluva story. Sure, I think that she will probably eat him alive, but then that’ll be fun to watch too.
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