There’s going to be a little break in between kdramas, but that gives me time to catch up with Six Flying Dragons and The Village. Then we’re going to have an onslaught of what I hope to be an amazing winter of shows in the dramaverse. Let’s start with these two!
Lee Dong Wook is back after a much needed break after his crazy 3 dramas in 2014. He also did the low rated, but delightful variety show, Roommate around the same time as well. I’m happy he took some time off because Bubblegum looks like he finally has an all around good drama on his hands. I mean, let’s face it, he’s a good actor, but some of his shows were a little out there.
I can’t say I’m a big fan of Jung Ryeo Won, but I can say after watching some of these teaser trailers, I’m in for this coupling. They have chemistry. If there’s anything that can get me, it’s that and seeing Dong Wook and his former Roommate Bae Jong Ok together again as well.
Watch Bubblegum on DRAMAFEVER.
Based on a webtoon (so trendy these days) and the plight of the everyday worker, The Awl stars Ji Hyun Woo & Ahn Nae Sang as the leads. Hyun Woo’s last few performances were meh to me. I enjoy his work before the army, but since he’s been back, I’ve been sort of hesitant to really like him again. (Blame the braces.) I do feel like this is the kind of role he needs to get back into being a drama darling.
Nae Sang on the other hand is a veteran actor who goes non-stop. I love the previews so far with him and Hyun Woo. So I expect another good performance.
Hee Won is reunited with Hyun Woo again. They both finished Angry Mom last spring. The acting pool must be small in South Korea, but I do like Hee Won. He seems to have a knack for these kind of dramas. I see you Misaeng alumni. I don’t hate y’all coming for these shows.
Who are you most excited for? Comment below or tweet me @cherylfornia!
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