On Christmas morning, the body of a young, male student, Lee So Woo (Seo Young Joo), is found on the campus of an elite high school. Although the police rule his death as a suicide, an anonymous note circulates around the school which insinuates that his death was actually a murder committed by the class bully, Choi Woo Hyuk (Baek Chul Min).
Go Seo Yun (Kim Hyun Soo), Class 2-1’s class president and ace student, becomes determined to take matters into her own hands by conducting an independent trial amongst the students in order to get at the truth.
Kim Gil Do (Jo Jae Hyun) is the master of stealing identities. He kills his friend Ha Jung Tae and his family in order to take his identity in order to build an empire from a traditional noodle restaurant.
However, Ha Jung Tae’s young son survives and takes on the name, Moo Myung (Chun Jung Myung), meaning “no name”. He grows up with two other friends at the orphanage, Chae Yeo Kyung (Jung Yoo Mi) and Park Tae Ha (Lee Sang Yeob), and eventually meets Kim Da Hae (Gong Seung Yun). All three are connected to Kim Gil Do and each have their own agenda when it comes to him.
Master: God of Noodles just started airing last week. Despite the fact that Master is yet another dark drama about revenge, I will say that I am very intrigued by it. It’s a bit early to say whether the drama will be a success but I do think that the story is interesting enough to keep watching. Plus, I’m glad that I’ve got another Wed/Thurs drama to invest my time in as I just recently quit Ddanddara/Entertainer which wasn’t holding my interest.
Right off the heels of the Superman Returns crew’s Jejudo trip, the fathers and daughters of Please Look After Father also heads to Jejudo together. However, the mission of last week’s episode has the pairs trying to connect to each other through telepathy.
It has honestly been a slow entertainment week for me so I wasn’t sure what to post about until this morning. I had wanted to previously highlight this show but perhaps waiting until Father’s Day might be too far away. Following recent successes of highlighting fathers and their children, Please Look After Father showcases 4 celebrity fathers and their relationship with their daughters.