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03-29-2012   #4 (permalink)
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So I recently started watching this, since Netflix has been adding Kdramas like crazy to its instant lineup.

First off, it's a little different from most Kdramas I've seen in that the Main character is a guy as opposed to being female, like it normally is.

That aside, it's a lot more comedic than it is romantic, at least as far as I've watched, and I rather like it. A few of the moments had me laughing my ass off, and at some points all I could do was roll my eyes.

I like the Gumiho, she's super cute and very direct (take note, this is not a normal trait in korean women. One person actually says she has no manners and asks her if she's from another country). She also doesn't understand some modern slang, which leads to lots of awkwardness and hilarity. Dae Woong is frustratingly immature, but not an ass like a lot of Kdrama lead males.

The side characters are also pretty interesting, especially the guy in the trenchcoat.
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