I’m still enjoying “I Hear Your Voice,” but it’s beginning to feel a little unfulfilling to watch. The first quarter of this drama was satisfying and engaging. Now that it’s taken a much darker turn, I’m left wanting a lot more. There are many gaping holes of logic and it’s evident that the writers are trying to make the drama more than what it is — a romantic drama — by disguising it as a show about the law, and they just don’t have the breadth to do the law justice.
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I was going to sweep this into a quick cap post with Heartless City and Shark since they all started at roughly the same time, but I’m going to give this its own post because I LURVE IT. Oh and it’s been a really long time since I devoted some quality time to write a drama post :’(
So I really didn’t expect to like this, because the premise seemed kitschy and the cast was kind of head-scratchy, but this does come from the writer of “Dream High,” which I adored. Blah blah blah about judging a book by its cover because it’s preeeeetty frackin great.
I love this shot because Song Hye-kyo’s makeup color palette matches my own layout‘s perfectly.
I’ll talk about “School” and “Flower Boy Next Door” another time. But for now, I gotta cave to “That Winter, The Wind Blows” because I LOVES IT.
Jo In-sung in a suit gives me inconvenient feelings. Definitely doing a style post dedicated to that motherfucker soon.
I knew Nice Guy was going to be crazy, but I didn’t think it was gonna be kerazy.