Monthly Archives: January 2015

High School Love On quotes (Korean Drama)

People I know run from injustice and hurt others to protect themselves but you are different from the people I know.

A crush is not bad, it is painful.

~Shin Woo Hyun


Just say that it hurts when it hurts. Don’t lie.

Why are humans acting like that? They do what they don’t mean to.

~Lee Seul Bi


I seem to be becoming a monster but I can’t help it.

Leave when I let you. If not, I may hold you back.

~Hwang Sung Yeol


Love is to feel each other’s pain and even share each other’s pain.

~An angel who became human


Does love make your tears warm?

If you don’t wait, I will just have to wait for you to come back.

~Yang Tae Ho


I am sure it gets as warm as how much you love someone.

~Kim Joo-ah


Heirs quotes (Korean Drama)

Friends can be potential enemies. Because they know too much about each other.

~Kim Tan


You can’t protect me, just protect yourself.

~Cha Eun Sung


Sometimes finding an excuse is helpful when you can’t bring up the courage.

~Kim Won


Your enemies are not the ones who hold their sword against you.

They are the ones who stand by you with their daggers behind your back.

~Choi Young Do

Korean Drama Review 14 days

God’s Gift – 14 Days (2014) 神的礼物-14天

Genre: Melodrama, Action, Crime, Thriller, Time-Travel

Enjoyment: 9/10  Pace: 9/10  No. of times I watched it: 1

gods gift poster

starring Lee Bo Young as Kim Soo Hyun, Cho Seung Woo as Ki Dong Chan, Kim Tae Woo as Han Ji Hoon (Soo Hyun’s husband), Jung Gyu Woon as Hyun Woo Jin, Kim Yoo Bin as Han Saet Byul (Soo Hyun’s daughter).

Plot: Kim Soo Hyun (Lee Bo Young) travels back in time to bring her dead child, Han Saet Byul (Kim Yoo Bin) back to life. Han Ji Hoon (Kim Tae Woo) is her husband, a human rights lawyer who is passionate about his work. Meanwhile, Ki Dong Chan (Cho Seung Woo) is a private investigator who helps her when she goes back in time. Hyun Woo Jin (Jung Gyu Woon) is Kim Soo Hyun’s first love, a detective in the violent crimes division who is helping the kidnapper but at the same time ensuring Soo Hyun’s safety.

Zoom into characters: Soo Hyun was a strict mother, active in Saet Byul’s education. Since she gets a chance to live the last 14 days again after her child passed away, she focuses on saving her child and treasures every moment with her. Once a legend in the police, Dong Chan quits his job after he thinks he shot his nephew in a case. Dong Chan while saving Soo Hyun from her suicide attempt gets the chance to time-travel to rescue his elder brother from execution. Dong Chan stood up as a witness for his brother’s murder of his girlfriend without knowing his mentally challenged brother admits to the crime assuming that Dong Chan is the real murderer. Together, the 2 people who know what will happen next try to change the future.


MV+Favourite osts: Because it hurts by Sandeul (of B1A4)

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Korean Drama Review CH

Coffee house (2010)  咖啡馆

Genre: Writing, Comedy, Romance

Enjoyment: 9/10  Pace: 8/10  No. of times I watched it: 1


starring Kang Ji Hwan as Lee Jin Soo, Park Si Yeon as Seo Eun Young and Ham Eun Jung as Kang Seung Yeon.

Plot: Lee Jin Soo made it big after writing several thriller/crime novels and establishing himself as a talented novelist. He works for Seo Eun Young, the owner of the biggest publishing company in Korea and has a long-time friendship with her. Lee Jin Soo has lots of fans and people think that he is courteous but what no one knows is that he is actually weird and sarcastic. The one who has to cope with him and his habits is his secretary, Kang Seung Yeon, who begged him for this job to become a professional instead of the below-average girl that she really is.

Zoom into characters: The more Jin Soo is polite to someone, the more the person is a stranger or someone he dislikes. He is a famous novelist but he rejects any form of publicity such as autograph signing events. Jin Soo has a sad past and Eun Young helped Jin Soo continue living by making him write. After Eun Young is betrayed by her boyfriend, she starts to like Jin Soo who knows her well. Kang Seung Yeon does not have a good job and mans a cafe. She is suddenly employed as Jin Soo’s secretary but it is just her senior doing. Jin Soo does not say much but throws away the coffee she brewed and the pencils she sharpened behind her back, even making her translate a book downstairs so that he can concentrate. After Seung Yeon finds out, she promises to become the kind of secretary that Jin Soo is keen to hire, enduring all sorts of torture and gradually becomes attached to him.


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MV+ Favourite osts: Coffee house MV and I don’t want to know goodbye by Hwang Ji Hyun

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Korean Drama Review Inheritors

 Inheritors/Heirs (2013) 繼承者

Genre: High School, Romance, Comedy

Enjoyment: 9/10  Pace: 7/10  No. of times I watched it: 1


starring Lee Min Ho as Kim Tan, Park Shin Hye as Cha Eun Sang, Kim Woo Bin as Choi Young Do, Krystal Jung as Lee Bo Na, Kim Ji Won as Rachel Yoo, Kang Min Hyuk as Yoon Chan Young, Kang Ha Neul as Lee Hyo Shin, Park Hyung Shik as Jo Myung Soo

Plot: This drama follows a group of privileged, elite high school students as they are groomed to take over their families’ business empires. These wealthy students seem to have everything under control–except their love lives. Who said being a rich high school student with high status was easy?

Zoom into characters: Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho), an illegitimate son, is heir to the Empire Group sent to study abroad in the U.S. In reality, it’s a form of exile as his elder half-brother back home, Kim Won (Choi Jin Hyuk) schemes to takes over the family business. While in the States, Kim Tan bumps into Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye), who’s arrived from Korea in search of her older sister. He feels himself falling for her, never realizing that she is the daughter of his family’s housekeeper. Eun Sang has a mute mother and has many part-time jobs in the hope to let her mother live a better life. Choi Young Do who was once Tan’s best friend is a school bully who has many ways to pick on students who do not belong in this school meant for the rich. He bullies Eun Sung in school because of Tan but ends up liking her.


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MV+ Favourite osts: I’m saying by Lee Hong Ki and Love is the moment by Changmin

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