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But reading reviews convinced me to give it another go, and I’m glad I did.
So much This is billed as an addictive romantic comedy, and that’s not far off the mark. I found this one randomly and hadn’t heard anything about it, but it turned out to be unexpectedly delightful.
It’s kind of a romance of misadventures, where everything springs from a white lie. If you have any lingering doubts, search for “cola kiss” on You Tube. It’s of the “contract” romance variety, but it’s also very heartfelt.
Mind you, this is personal taste only, so what I love may leave you cold.
One caveat: there are tons of awesome historical and period dramas but I have been unable to get into any of them.
So I’ve been asked more than once to make a list of my favorites, usually on Twitter, and it’s impossible to recommend any reputable list in 140 characters or list.
So I’m posting this and will be updating it as I watch more dramas.
I’ve also watched some J-drama but my great loves have come out of Korea & Taiwan/China. Without further ado, here are the dramas I’ve really loved, ranked in no particular order, just logged as I thought of them.
I loved both the hero and heroine and I was rooting for them to get their happy ending.
I started this one and hated the hero’s personal style so much that I gave up.
The beginning is a little odd and goofy, but if you stick with it, Kim Sun-ah & Cha Seung Won deliver the most heartwrenching forbidden romance, and their kisses, OMG, the sizzle. The tension is amazing as the hero tries to figure out why he has all these unsettling feeling for a kid he wants desperately to regard as a younger brother.
There’s one scene where the hero says, “I’ll die if she leaves me & she’ll die if she stays,” and it’s just… But where this drama shines is this: the hero decides he doesn’t give a fuck what gender this person is. The kissing is off the charts, and the hero thinks he’s making out with a dude.
TMS is everything you could want in a drama: romance, mystery, intrigue, a touch of horror and pathos, plus an exquisitely satisfying end. (Which is a little less than ten bucks, I could afford to pay more).
If that’s not enough, the chemistry between So Ji Sub & Gong Hyo Jin is incredible. This drama isn’t as well-known as some, so you might find it on some “most underrated” drama lists. This drama is a little uneven and TBH I watched it because of Cha Seung Won & Gong Hyo Jin. The heroine’s character bothered me a little, but the romance carried the day in the end. In fiction I’ve always loved the heroine in man-drag trope, which this drama has in spades.