After a series of encounters in Spain, a modern-day mermaid (Jun Ji Hyun) follows her love, Heo Joon Jae (Lee Min Ho), to Seoul to reunite with him. Unaware that she’s a mermaid, he is intrigued by the peculiar girl and names her Shim Chung. Despite traveling miles to be with him, the innocent Shim Chung is unaware that Joon Jae is skilled conman. He works with Jo Nam Doo (Lee Hee Joon), a veteran conman who taught Joon Jae the trade, and Tae Oh (Shin Won Ho), an expert hacker.
Happy New Year! It’s been a mad dash for me to complete my reviews before I can put out my End of the Year TV Reports and I still got a few more to go. If only I was better at not procrastinating… well, I suppose that’s what new year resolutions are for, right? And still, that didn’t stop me from adding another program to watch on top of what I’m already watching. Last year, I attempted to watch a web drama, Splash Splash LOVE, and loved it. Each of the episodes are about 10 minutes or so in length, they don’t require much commitment and they’re often silly and entertaining. So during the break, I was interested in doing that again and came across Seven First Kisses.
What a jam-packed weekend! It seems like I was constantly on the go, go, go. There was so much to see and so much to do that after the weekend was over I just had to sleep it all off. I apologize for the late post but because there was so much going on this weekend and a full two day concert, it took a long time to get the photos sorted and videos uploaded so here is Part 1 of the 2016 KCON LA weekend.
Yoo Eun Soo (Kim Hee Sun) is a plastic surgeon in modern day Korea when she is kidnapped by Choi Young (Lee Min Ho), a Goryeo era warrior. He takes her through a portal back to his time so that she could apply some of her medical skills there until she becomes stranded. The drama is a mix of supernatural elements beyond the time traveling aspect of it as some of the characters possess special powers and abilities.
I was so ready for this to be Shitty Hunter but pleasantly surprised when I heard that they were veering off from the manga because of Rain’s Fugitive: Plan B. Fugitive followed along the same plot lines as the City Hunter manga so the drama went in their own direction. (Sadly, I quit Fugitive halfway through the first episode hence the initial worry for City Hunter.) Programming wise, this was an excellent drama to go against Greatest Love and You’ve Fallen for Me. For those people that didn’t want to watch rom com, this action-adventure drama filled that void.