Episodes aired: 8 of 16 episodes (as of 16th April)
I have been looking forward and am glad that this show doesn’t disappoint me as I was afraid of how people were saying it’s similar to tvN’s Signal. Since the first episode, I never felt that they are similar. In fact, I am growing to love our leads. Read More »
As Seol gets to know Se-joo more in real life, she starts to see different sides to him she had never seen before. Will it change her impression of him as long-time fan? And, having that creepy typewriter around is definitely not a good thing for Se-joo. Read More »
Finally, fantasy romance Chicago Typewriter is here! I thought I should give this show a try on review writing and, at the same time, getting back to it since it’s been a long time.
I have been looking forward to this mainly because of its title. I wondered how they are going to execute the plot revolving the actual Chicago Typewriter (and it means two literal things in this show). What’s more, the modern characters are connected to their past lives, and I gotta say the first two episodes are intriguing. Read More »
It’s the time of the year again. It feels like yesterday when I wrote 2015 Year-End Review, and now I am writing another for this year 2016. Now, let’s look at the list. I am even surprised at the ridiculous amount of dramas I watched this year, not to mention that I already wrote previous half of the amount in 2016 Mid-Year Review in June. I am including Chinese dramas too, heh. Read More »
Episodes aired: 9 of 16 episodes (as of 20th October)
Mmhmm, I am delighted that this show is light and something we all like. The fluffiness and adorableness between the leads. And, of course, Seo In Guk! Glad to see him back onscreen again after so-much-feels I Remember You last year. Hehe. Read More »