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Charlotte Bronte's poetic pose can never be truly depicted but this 2006 version of Jane Eyre is captivating & lovely. Ruth Wilson's performance as the "plain Jane" shows a passionate & courageous strength that will make audiences remember her in this role for many years to come. Toby Stephens as the rugged & tortured Mr. Rochester is brilliantly casted. His performance brings to life the character's compassion & urging for Jane, making the viewer feel it in their very soul. Although the miniseries does take some liberties to the gothic novel it is very well executed & doesn't deter to Bronte's creative memory. Scenes between Jane & Rochester are innocently portrayed & realistically remind viewer that these two individuals are human beings with "a heart & soul". Fortunately, this version is not a disappointment for fans & non-fans. A classic tale never too old to tell!!!
Merchant Kim Man Deok was an entertaining historical drama. The actors did their part justice and Lee Mi Yeon was the right person to bring this character to life. The episodes did not drag but one would have expected to see a little more of Man Deok in the merchant business. The drama itself focuses on her beginning and primarily her struggles in establishing her trading company. Still a very enjoyable drama and highly recommended.
Delightful Girl Choon Hyang was a fun drama. The typical clichés that one will find are not absence but the chemistry is present. Agreeing from other viewers, there should have been more romance between the 2 main characters. The storyline spanning 10 years was well executed and make the story flow. The historical aspect of the drama was silly and could have been lessen especially at the very end. Overall, Delightful Girl was delightful to watch.