Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Marry Me, Mary!

Mary (Moon Geun-Young) is a young woman with the energy of the sun. She looks like her late mother, but her hot temper comes straight from her deadbeat father (Park Sang-Myeon). Her father always makes trouble as a failed businessman, but Mary loves him dearly, despite his faults. Because Mary can't afford to pay her college tuition fees, she temporarily stops attending school. Without any special skills, Mary works odd jobs just to put food on the table and to keep from getting too far behind on the rent.

One day, Mary's father proposes that Mary be wed to a man named Jung-In to pay off their debts. When Mary hears of her father's plan she devise a plan of her own. Mary takes fake wedding pictures with her new friend Mu-Gyul (Jang Geun-Suk), whom she just met over the last couple of days. She sends the pictures to her father's cellphone with the message that this is the man she loves and they've gotten married. Unfortunately for Mary, her deadbeat father has already registered a marriage certificate on her behalf with Jung-In. Torn between having her father prosecuted for fraud or becoming a 24-year-old divorcee, Mary is somewhat relieved when Jung-In proposes that Marry spend 100 days of marriage with both men and decide with whom she wants to live.

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Lee Shin, (Jung Yong Hwa) is a university student majoring in Western Music. He is also the vocalist and guitarist of the band "The Stupid." Shin is known for his good looks, cocky personality, and strong passion for music. Everyone sees him as a cold-hearted and distant, but he has a soft side inside him hidden away. He lacks interest in anything unrelated to music and has neither dreams nor plans for the future. He initially likes Jung Yoon Soo, a dance professor at the university, but this all changes when he meets Lee Gyu Won (Park Shin Hye).

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Hayate The Combat Butler

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"Xiao Sa" Ling Qisa is an unlucky teenager who worked since childhood to make ends meet due to his parents' irresponsible behavior. On that Christmas Day, he got fired from both his daytime and nighttime jobs, and also finds out that his parents were running from the mafia, leaving behind a massive gambling debt on his shoulders. They even collected his last pay from his nighttime job's boss to escape. Whilst running away from the debt collectors, he ends up meeting Xiao Zhi. From his encounter with the mafia, they said that he didn't even have the guts to be a bad guy as he didn't dare pick up the knife and kill them (to relieve him of his debt). Hence, Xiao Sa thought that since being a filial son and good student didn't help him at all, he should just be a bad guy and kidnap a rich heir/heiress and demand ransom to pay off his debts. However, due to some misunderstandings, he ended up saving Xiao Zhi from a few thugs who tried to pick her up. Xiao Zhi thought that he was confessing as Xiao Sa said that he needed her (literally) when in actual fact he meant that he needed her to agree to him kidnapping her. However, as he went to call Xiao Zhi's family to demand ransom, he backed out at the last moment. During the process, kidnappers came and captured Xiao Zhi while Xiao Sa was away making the call. Xiao Sa then risked his life to save her, and Xiao Zhi ended up hiring him as her butler, and slowly fell in love with him; not always noticing how much he influenced her and how she overcame many of her fears with his help.


Friday, July 27, 2012

The King 2 Hearts


South Korea’s spoiled prince encounters North Korea’s greatest female soldier! After several awkward and difficult moments, the prince and soldier fall desperately in love. Without any eagerness to bring about the reunification of the two Koreas, they grapple with the disapproval from their families. As a black comedy and romance drama, the show will touch viewers’ hearts.


Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Playful Kiss / Mischievous Kiss

A high school girl named Oh Ha Ni (Jung So Min) who is in the bottom of her class has had a crush on popular and genius male student, Baek Seung Jo (Kim Hyun Joong) ever since she saw him on the first day of high school. Ha Ni decides to confess through a letter, but is rejected by Seung Jo, who tells her that he hates stupid girls.
Fate intervenes when a mild earthquake ruins Ha Ni's family's new house. While the house gets rebuilt, Ha Ni and her father stay at the home of her dad's childhood friend, who happens to be Seung Jo's father. Ha Ni's feelings for Seung Jo, rekindle, and she is more than determined to impress him. Seung Jo is indifferent to her feelings and finds her an absolute nuisance. However, having a matchmaker mom, Hwang Geum Hee (Jung Hye Young) greatly helps Ha Ni a lot.

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Coffee House

What can I say? I was so hooked with this drama. Actually, I am always hooked when Kang Ji-hwan (강지환) is in it. He's beyond words to describe.

I was hooked with this one because Kang Ji-hwan's role here is a writer and I am an aspiring writer (anong konek? :D) so a guy who is a writer is a major turn-on for me.

Ham Eun-joong (함은정) is an amateur who doesn't have a job except for looking out for
their family's little coffee shop. Her sunbae (senior) helped her finding a job.
Actually, not sure if "finding" is the right word to use. Her sunbae knows Kang Ji-hwan and
he asked him to hire her but  sunbae will be the one providing the salary. But later on,
Ham Eun-joong find out about it. She was pretty mad about it that she went out and get

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My Dose of K-Dramas Addiction

Hi everyone! :)

Again, this is a new blog and all that will be posted here will be all about Korean drama series that I have watched or probably some reviews too.

I'm not expecting for this one to be a super hit blog. I just want to express the feeling I always get after finishing a series of K-Dramas! ♥

Support me, will you? Thanks! :) comments
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