Ji Chang Wook, Nam Ji Hyun, Choi Tae Joon, Nara
Drama Rating: 7/10 Neck Score: A+
four early summer dramas we watched together. While this one started off fairly solid, it had problems in the middle. I also really wanted to know how DF got that the plot was about a murderer with amnesia, because that didn't happen until way later and not enough for it to be the main plot point. It was confusing (how did they know!?!). The first couple of episodes, setting up the premise of her being framed for murder, were great. The draggy part in the middle where Bong Hee's favorite line was "나 때문에!" and running away from Ji Wook... not so great. It got old really fast. Which was sad, because as a character she was the the best at first, but she became the worst by the end.
You know who was the best the entire time? MANTIS! I am pretty in love with Dong Ha. He is a pretty amazing actor. From Last to Chief Kim, he's proven he can be anyone and show such emotion with such subtle expressions. This one was no exception. How could he such a sympathetic and complicated person AGAIN?!? He was what I watched for as soon as he came on, especially when the times got draggy.
Another surprise favorite was Choi Tae Joon, who was so annoying in Missing Nine, but so great in this. I love this actor, but his character as murderous Tae Ho was a little much, but he was just an adorable loving puppy in this one, and from his fake annoying laugh to his actual good advice, he was the best. I did think his story got a little shafted, but since I loved him, I forgave it.
Oh, and obviously Ji Chang Wook was unreasonably hot, cute and gave the best cuddle hugs.
The good part was that the ending totally made up for the slowness in the middle. It wrapped up well, and with a decent twist, and then gave us a good denouement that was just cute and perfect after all the craziness. It was a nice change, after some other dramas left us with a sour taste and ridiculous ending (still crying over Lookout). This is a decently cute and fun murder romcom. It's hard to do, but in the end, I guess it worked out, if you can forgive the middle stupidity.