I’ve been anxious, nail-biting anxious in fact, to see Yeon Woo Jin as a leading actor again. Marriage Not Dating is my go-to k-drama rom com. Woo Jin and Han Groo just stole my heart week after week. And while he has been in Divorce Lawyer in Love, I haven’t found the interest or inspiration to try that one just yet. But if you have watched and enjoyed it, you are welcome to lay it on thick. Work your k-drama magic on me. But back to the story at hand–My Shy Boss has really impressed me with it’s blend of comedy, sincerity, and also the realistic portrayal of social disorders.
As I’m working hard to prioritize my k-drama consumption this year, I came across My Shy Boss (aka Introverted Boss) and knew I had to add it to my ever toppling watch list. Drama watching and the real world is a delicate balance, one that I haven’t quite mastered, but I’ll get there eventually. If I can ever stop those late-night, binge-watches! I’m not holding my breathe on that one, but alas! Let’s get down to business and talk about this new workplace drama that will be airing on tvN.
Warning: This looks to be an exclusive on Drama Fever, so this one won’t be available on Viki right now.
Do you like romantic comedy’s? How about an addictive OST (original soundtrack) that you find yourself humming and singing randomly throughout they day? Do you like a great, realistic story with a likable female and male lead?
If you answer yes to any of those questions, I highly recommend Marriage, Not Dating. It was the most fun I’ve ever had watching a k-drama. It’s possible I could be getting ahead of myself already, but this drama is easily my favorite new drama of 2014. I might even go as far as to say the best we’ve seen in 2014, but that varies based upon personal preference and taste. I’m actually bummed that I started this drama late and couldn’t review it week-to-week — that’s honestly how much I loved it and looked forward to it.
Nonetheless, if you’re looking for a new k-drama to binge-watch, all sixteen episodes are currently available to stream on Viki. Watch episode one here.
And here’s a sweet little parting word for those of you who have watched the series: Nemo.
Well, readers, I’ve entered new territory. Yep, I started watching my first drama that is currently airing. Well, if we’re being technical, it’s finished airing now, but you get what I’m trying to say. I’ve watched my fair share of k-movies and k-dramas, but never have I watched a k-mini series. (Okay, so you could argue that the length of each KARA: Secret Love story spans the length of a typical movie, but let’s not focus on that. Let’s focus on episode 1 & 2 entitled: Missing You.)