This series was something I’ve wanted to watch for a while thanks to Vienna and some other friends on Twitter. I didn’t have any expectations, as usual, and stayed away from reviews and such just so I can enjoy the series on my own. Writers that lived under Japanese rule in the 1930’s are reincarnated into a bestselling writer who is in a slump, a mysterious ghostwriter, and a fan of the bestselling writer. To be quite frank, I am not a fan of series with storylines about reincarnations or past lives. Blame it on my religion, I do always end up having a hard time coming to terms with it. With that said, I did have a hard time connecting with the plot of this series. (This is essential for me when I watch series or read books because I can then fully internalize the story.) I can’t understand why the past lives matter so much in the present when we all get one life to live. It’s the difference in culture and religion but …
This series was another recommendation by one of my blogger friends (sorry, totally forgot who). At first, I was a little hesitant to watch this because I know there will be a struggle of internalizing a serious storyline and reading subtitles at the same time. I persevered and I semi-liked it.
I finally finished watching the series Fight My Way and let me tell you, I love it. The story revolves around four childhood friends and their struggles as they go through life. It stars Park Seo Joon, Kim Ji Won, Ahn Jae Hong and Song Ha Yoon. All are pleasing to the eyes making watching this show easy and fun to watch.
I’ll be honest and tell you that the only reason why I watched this show is for Park Hae Jin. This oppa made me fall in love with him in Cheese in the Trap and since then I have always been on the lookout for his movies/series.
I am back with another K-Mini Review for you guys! Today’s picks are Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo and Secret Romance. One of these series is a series that you shouldn’t miss while the other you can totally skip! Dare to make a guess on which is which?