People often talk about the power of love. Love has become synonymous with happiness and success. We want to be surrounded by the people we care about, and we want to chase after the dreams our hearts tell us to pursue.
I honestly don’t know how to sum up my feelings for this Korean miniseries.
This is a coming-of-age movie. Classified as a romcom, it seemed more like a journey through painful adolescent and misfortunes.
So, I will be trying something new today. Instead of having individual reviews for each of these GagaOOLala’s originals, I’m going to club these three shows together and share their first impressions. This doesn’t mean that the shows aren’t worth it; rather, their mini series format makes it easy to string them into one piece. Without further ado, let’s review these new releases and get a sense of their strengths & weaknesses!
“A cinematographer is a visual psychiatrist – moving an audience through a movie … making them think the way you want them to think, painting pictures in the dark”- Gordon Willis
The alternate title of this show is Stalker: The Series.
“Everyone has a different definition of love and as one grows, this changes”
When the last episode of a drama sells the entire series to you, it’s a powerful episode.
With GMMTV’s political satire “Not Me Series” having successfully finished its run, the world is fast tilting on an axis.
Laughter truly is the best medicine, and Japan is here to deliver.