Well, the title says it all, really. I stuck through to the bitter end. Let me be clear, this was no Mary Stayed Out All Night level of suckitude, but I really expected more out of the Hong Sisters.
You know what this felt like? As though they had written up notes for the characters and plotlines but something happened and they had to pull in a ghost writer. Because it just did not feel like their show. It was just...off. I don't blame them for trying something new, but it didn't work and I hope that going forward there were lessons learned from this. A lot of people thought Best Love/Greatest Love was just...too much (Not me! But people. Out there. In the interwebs.) Maybe they responded to that criticism by pulling back too much.
Let's face it, Gong Yoo is awesome but he can't carry the weight of the entire show. But darn he was cute.
So onward and upward. I wrapped up Protect the Boss. I can recommend that drama for people who are just looking for something pleasant. There's not a lot of angst and the characters are really likeable. It was a nice change and I'm glad I watched it.
Right now I'm all about Faith and Haeundae Lovers and am heavily drawn to Arang and the Magistrate. My schedule will probably be ramping up again soon so I just don't know if I have the time. So many dramas...