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.
If you haven’t been watching Real Men, it’s time to catch up. Never before have the cast members have been pushed to their limits. In the Navy’s Ship Salvage Unit (SSU), the boys learn that it’s not just about their physical abilities but overcome mental stresses as well.
After a public scuffle, K-Pop idol Choong Ui (Lee Hong Ki) gets sentenced to 300 hours of community service at a hospice for terminally ill patients. Though he tries to lie down on the job, Anna (Baek Jin Hee) keeps him in line. The hospice is filled with a cast of characters who drink, smoke and even heads out to nightclubs. One day, he discovers the hospice’s house band, Phoenix. When the hospice’s funds run out, the band decides to enter a band competition but they need Choong Ui’s help as a skilled musician to win the prize money for the hospice.