201. Ms. Temper and Nam Jung Gi 욱씨남정기 (2016) Korean
Lee Yo Won, Yoon Sang Hyun, Chansung, Lim Ha Ryong, Son Jong Hak
Drama Rating: 8/10 Neck Score: A
I found my woman crush character. I absolutely love Ok Da Jung (Lee Yo Won). She was hard and snarky on the outside and gooey on the inside. This show was basically the ultimate underdog show. Even Da Jung represented an underdog, as a woman in business. She was not content with that, and so became a powerful confident woman, but that didn't stop those rumors from being around her constantly. But this show was about the underdogs not standing from the crap that is thrown at them because that is the way that it always is, but too fight for fairness and for themselves. But in doing so, breaking from the cultural norm of the cosmetics industry, they would have to swim through a sea of crap. I got seriously angry several times, and some episodes made me so angry and depressed I wanted to cry. But there were also times that were outright awkward and others outright hilarious. I hardly could remember that Jung Gi was Oska (Yoon Sang Hyun), because he was so completely different. Loved Chansung. Bong Gi was the lazy, but bold and brilliant bum to Jung Gi's hard working and brilliant, but super timid office worker. I loved Nam boys. From Grandpa to Grandson they were all super cute and funny. I absolutely loved the relationship between the kid and Da Jung. It was adorable and hilarious. It was like the real love story of the show, since our main couple's was so slow, which was perfect for this show. I loved how naturally the love story progressed. It would have been weird to see it any other way. It was perfect. Especially since all the "second male leads" of the main love triangle were her three ex-husbands. We also had the awkward young love triangle which was awkward yet amazing. It also took on some hard topics like sexual harassment like a champ. The ensemble was good. I just liked this show, even when it made me mad and so on.