DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for July 28th to August 3rd
How do separated lovers find their way to each other? Whether it's by the guiding light of a broken compass in The Joseon Gunman, or by untangling the memory fibers kidnapped by amnesia in Trot Lovers, or by the unexpected living arrangement as housemates with mental barriers in It's Okay, That's Love, our hero and heroine will find each other despite fate's heart-wrenching plays. We have a new list of Top 10 for you.
It's Okay, That's Love leaped into the Top 10 list at number 4. I'd have to admit that I originally found the first two episodes a bit chaotic, but my rule is to watch four episodes for a 20-episode drama before I give up. As it turned out, the quirky romance comedy did not disappoint. Episode 3 and 4 clue us into the dynamics of the interesting characters and how they relate to one another. It's a keeper! (However, I agree with some viewers' comments that the show is not appropriate for the under-aged.)
Joseon Gunman continues to be riveting as Lee Joon Ki continues to impress and surprise. As an actor, he's equally strong in both modern or historical dramas, but does it seem to you that he looks better in period costumes?
And in Trot Lovers, I was upset initially with that cliche amnesia, but we K-drama lovers know it's part of the ritual to suffer to prove true love, and it was gratifying to see how Joon Hyun (Ji Hyun Woo) finds his way back.
Even in the worst of times, there is always hope. Even when you give up, your heart won't.
2. Running Man