• muggle87

    i like it so far. the kind drama that will make u put your feet up and enjoy the show.

  • http://twitter.com/yuoi Аюна

    For Jangwoo’s overacting defense, I would say that it’s practically asked by PD. I had watched Making vid of Jangwoo’s scene with Park Young Kyu (Tae-kang’s Dad), and they had several versions of it, eventually, the most loud with the most Jangwoo’s face expressions was aired.

    His more calm moments with Jian, under the rain for example, are very well-acted though.  

  • Medusaspeaks

    I’ve been following and love our heroine’s interactions with the good doctor.  He always looks delighted by her sarcasm and strong will.  Jangwoo has done a good job with the more quiet moments w/his father.  They have been pretty poignant.  Kim Sun ah is a powerhouse actress, so our boy is gonna have to step it up a bit and get his Grown Man game going.

    I miss “Beyonce”.  lol

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5JWLOENJVT24KU7ZTJZH3XOOXM Alexandra

    Im enjoying it so fair, light-hearted and fun, which is a much needed break from the intenseness of K2H. Im loving the building of the characters especially the heroine.

    My summer is set with IDID and BIG

  • youngji_sb

    i agree – this is the perfect mindless drama that one can ask for but i don’t think this will be a huge hit for me this summer.

    gentleman’s dignity with jang dong geun and ghost with so ji sub are way way better than the male leads of i do i do.

    interestingly, while most ppl loved kim sun ah during samsoon, i’m liking her more now.
     

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/R5BKARJWK7NNOXYOIUSP76YJW4 Aj

    I love Jang Woo’s dad here, the same guy who played Ji Sung’s dad in Protect the boss.
    Yes,the beta male lead was pretty annoying but I’m giving him a chance,he didnt do well on trying too hard to be funny but he was great on the heartrending scenes.
    I just think this drama seems to be having the same stroryline as Knocked Up.

  • kiyota

    I am really enjoying this Kdrama mainly because of Kim Sun-ah.  I like how her character is strong-willed and cold hearted (Medusa).  She will definitely have to show her soft side as the episodes progress.  Lee Jang Woo wasn’t that great in Young Jae-In, but I like his character and acting in this drama better.  The banter/relationship between Kim Sun-ah and Park Geon-Hyeong.  They look cute together, but alas, they probably won’t end up together.  Who knows…maybe there will be a twist.  All in all, I am enjoying this show.  I think it’s better than Big, so far.  I do like A Gentlemen’s Dignity too.  Very funny and worth the watch.

  • iamkaebee

    I really like the drama. However, I find it hard to agree with you about Lee Jang Woo’s acting simply because of the fact that it seems that he is just playing himself really. After watching countless episodes of WGM season 3 with him and Ham Eunjung its almost no doubt that he is pretty close to playing himself. Of course its minus the failure-to-succeed parts in the drama since actually the guy seems to be good at “EVERYthing.” I think this is going to be a decent drama; although, I can’t say the same for that Big drama with Gong Yoo. That crap is just too cheesy.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/jastinel Jastinel Manuel

    I love this drama and I`m going to watch this up to the last Ep. if there will be an extension, I will be glad. I can say that Jian is one of the best character that KSA had to portray.