Hello peoples! Chunkeemonkeeato here. There’s a new reviewer on the block. Say hello to Mok who will be giving her impressions on Kim Sun Ah’s latest drama, I Do, I Do. Read, comment, fangirl. Since I have also seen this drama, I’ll be giving some of my impressions at the bottom but I’ll keep it short. You know how I tend to go on. Enjoy!
YES, I DO!
It’s good that I came into the series with pretty low expectations, with nothing but adoration for Kim Sun Ah fueling my desire to watch it. I readily dismissed it as a breezy rom-com about a one night stand gone wrong, but found it to be quite a rewarding and a thought-provoking watch.
I Do, I Do tells the story of an alpha female, Hwang Ji An (Kim Sun Ah), who gets more than what she bargained for from a beta male, Park Tae Kang (Lee Jang Woo) after a drinking session leaves them both dead drunk which they punctuated with a steamy, one night stand.
Posted by mok on August 7, 2012
Aaah, finally some good news on MBC’s variety show We Got Married. Looks like if all goes well, they’ll be airing new episodes this coming Saturday. It’s still a little touch and go as they haven’t figured out the filming schedules yet for the new episodes but the PDs are working on it. I think it means that perhaps we’ll get a new episode on Saturday but the airing of new episodes might get interrupted as the production staff tires to film new episodes with the couples amidst their busy schedules. We’ll get to see Lee Teuk/Kang Sora and Lee Jang Woo/Ham Eun Jung returning as the couples. The scheduling might be a little difficult on Lee Jang Woo as he’s currently filming I Do, I Do with Kim Sun Ah. In other WGM news, it looks like Yoo In Na was supposed to be part of one of the new couples that was replacing Park So Hyun/Kim Won Jun.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on June 11, 2012
Finally a new episode of We Got Married will be airing tomorrow. A lot of fans have been complaining on the forums and calling MBC by phone telling them to resolve the labor strikes as much of MBC’s variety programming has been affected, including Infinity Challenge and I am a Singer. I’m not sure what terms are being negotiated but the strike has been going on now for over a month and has also been making things difficult for the production staffs on the drama side as well. Although, it hasn’t affected the network to the point where they had to cease airing new episodes which is probably a good thing for fans of The Moon that Embraces the Sun.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on March 2, 2012