Been sharing a lot of personal stuff lately, so I thought today I would post something a little bit different for a change, and its’ basically the Korean dramas I’m following/have recently watched. Please note, these are entirely just my opinion, so don’t let these words deter you from watching any of the dramas listed here.

What I’ve Enjoyed

Let’s Eat Season 3


To be honest, I’ve not watched the other 2 iterations of Let’s Eat, even though I’m a big fan of the main female lead in Let’s Eat Season 2, Seo Hyun Jin. But it is quite honestly a really good drama, even if you don’t know the back story. This drama even got me to watch the other 2 seasons simultaneously because I’m quite in love with the story. Love the quirkiness of Yoon Doo Joon and the cute blurness of Baek Jin Hee (whom I loved in Missing 9) make an excellent combo.

So the basic story is Dae-Young is basically previously (Seasons 1 and 2) an insurance agent. He then meets his high school sweetheart (well, it doesn’t officially show that, but she had a crush on him, and he was very fond of her), and suddenly his food blog offers him a path into the food industry. Interestingly enough, he picked up a lot of tips and tricks about fun eating from Ji-Woo (high school sweetheart).


what27s_wrong_with_secretary_kim-p1What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim?

I’m a big Park Seo Joon fan. He was great in Fight for My Way and even, dare I say it, She was Pretty. But he’s done a great job in What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim. The chemistry with Park Min Young is amazing to the point that I would think that all those rumours about their relationship could possibly maybe be true. The concept of the drama is that Lee Young Joon’s (Park Seo Joon) a young, rich VP of a successful company and Kim Mi So  (Park Min Young) is his secretary. He is a ridiculously demanding boss. And… he is pretty delusional as well. After 4 years, Mi So suddenly submits her resignation with no proper explanation.

The drama explores that pretty well, and, without spoiling the rest of the drama, he finds out her reasons, and finds himself as well. An excellent drama with brilliant chemistry.

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