Happy Memorial Day! There are a lot of new dramas out and there has been one that I have been particularly interested in watching. Circle is a sci-fi drama starring Yeo Jin Goo and Kim Kang Woo. I was particularly drawn to the fact that this is a double track drama in which the episodes are split into two parallel storylines. One takes place in 2017 and the other in 2037. Unlike the time-traveling dramas we’ve seen before, it’s not clear what affect the storylines will have on each other which I think makes the drama unique.
I am sloooowly, but surely trying to catch up with all my shows. I spent this past weekend bingewatching all the episodes of Strong Woman Do Bong Soon, which has been on my to-do list since… it started airing. I loved that the plot of the show featured a strong, female character and Park Bo Young’s cute, pluckiness is undeniably charming.
Pyo Na Ri (Gong Hyo Jin) is a weather forecaster who dreams of becoming a news anchor. She’s also harbored a crush on her colleague, Reporter Lee Hwa Shin (Jo Jung Seok), for 3 years. The prickly Hwa Shin does harbor any romantic inclinations towards Na Ri until she meets his best friend and the chaebol heir to a luxury fashion brand, Go Jung Won (Go Kyung Pyo). Unlike Hwa Shin, Jung Won is the perfect gentleman towards Na Ri and begins to develop feelings for her.
Meanwhile, Anchor Kye Sung Sook (Lee Mi Sook) and Announcer Bang Ja Young (Park Ji Young) have always been rivals when it comes to their love life and career. Upon hearing that Sung Sook’s biological daughter and Ja Young’s step-daughter, Lee Bbal Kang (Moon Ga Young) has lost her father, they move in together. Sung Sook and Ja Young’s lives get entangled with Kim Rak (Lee Sung Jae), the building’s landlord and restaurant owner.