Remember that time in your life when you could not get enough Korean Drama of a Mills & Boons book, when you simply couldn’t help yourself from turning the page because you wanted the protagonist to meet the hot and rich millionaire, because they were ‘made for each other’. We get Korean channels as a part of the package where I live so I try not to feel too bad about hunting for good subtitled episodes online. The drama is good, but for whatever reason they cast a 13-year-old actress as the heroine who passes herself of as a high-schooler (I guess they wanted angelic innocence?) and a 23-year-old as the hero (playing an 18-year-old). Crunchyroll is another legal way to watch Asian dramas, but its selection of those is nowhere near as big as its selection of anime.
Anyway it isn’t like this drama isn’t full of such disorienting arrangements of objects and little continuity, just that one stood out because there wasn’t much else going on to distract. There was one scene when he reprised the silly walk of a character he played in a period drama. I just keep hoping for sat and sun to come faster,well thank you dear writer, for giving international viewers like me a thrilling, exciting drama to did good.i can’t wait for the next episode to far the best drama of the year. Overall, Hotel King was a great drama with fantastic acting, wow chemistry between LDW and LDH, and excellent writing and directing.
Whatever it was, it worked, and now I’m completely mesmerized by him and may have to watch Bachelor’s Vegetable Store to see more (words I never thought I would utter in a million years). City Hunter has been my favorite drama since it aired (minus the weird ending of course), but I can officially say Healer has definitely taken over my #1 spot. I’m already counting down until this summer when my husband has promised to watch it with me. He doesn’t watch dramas but if there is one that I KNOW he’ll enjoy he gives it a shot when he has time (and yes, he did love City Hunter minus the ending). Healer, when it first started airing, was one of the first dramas I started watching.
The currently running JTC series Last is the exception, going the pre-shooting route, still a rare practice in the production of TV dramas in Korea. Yoon’s favorable comment on the production system is surprising considering Korean actors and actresses often complain about their harsh filming environment. The majority of Korean dramas are produced in what has been called a semi-live show” format, with episodes being scripted, shot and edited mere days before their airing — practices undoubtedly alien to the US or UK, where entire seasons are produced a few months to a year before their broadcast. Note: This drama is aired on Pay-TV channel which has fewer viewers than Free-TV channels.
KBFD-DT in Honolulu, Hawaii broadcasts a majority of Korean dramas on its daily schedule, as well as offering the programs on sale at its website and on demand through its K-Life channel on Oceanic Time Warner Cable Another Honolulu outlet, KFVE devotes three hours of its Sunday afternoon schedule to Korean dramas. A stellar cast starring idol-turned-actor Lee Joon and the perfect production team from Secret Love Affair tackle teen pregnancy in South Korea with all the darkness and drama you’ll ever need this year! I also love her co-star, Joo Sang Wook, who I mainly know from from Ten So, I can’t wait to see them take on some bad guys while falling in love in this Korean drama!