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  1. On 1/26/2019 at 6:30 AM, laineyy88 said:

    Hello and welcome all the new members! :D It's been one year since IANAR's last episode and we're all so excited to see new members joining us as we remember all the special moments between CSB and YSH :wub: 

     

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    Also, loved reading everyone's post and view of our lovely couple:wub:

    I still don't understand why this drama didn't rate well in Korea. I will be honest the first few episodes were a bit cheesy and corny but the later episodes were quite good and this is one of the few kdramas I've watched that I was actually moved by the OSTs. My favorite are The Worlds in My Heart and and Loving You with all your Heart. Even I'm Standing Here is nice but not as good as the first two.

    Lastly this is the first time I've seen the BTS of the kitchen kiss and unless my eyes are playing tricks that was definitely a real kiss. I know kdrama kisses are usually about angles or just barely touching lips but that long kiss looked real to me. Can someone confirm if that was the case?

  2. Finally finished watching after binge watching the last four episodes. I now understand why the ratings went down in the last few episodes. There was just too many twists and mood swings in the story towards the end. Don't get me wrong the ending was indeed fitting and a happy one with a bit of bitter-sweetness for Oh Yeon Joo. My maxim is less drama and more happy/sweet moments towards the end. 

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  3. 14 hours ago, kembie said:

    Hi @Bojun Generally, there is a happy ending for both but they or one, lost someone dear who sacrificed himself for their happiness.  As Hyo Joi-ssi said in one interview, thanks the the translator, both KC n OYJ suffered a lot in the drama.  You will like it.  Do watch.  Most of us have no regrets watching it.  In fact, some of us repeated it. 

    Okay thanks for that. I will definitely watch and finish the drama. I’m up to episode 9 after just a day. 
    Wow that was a nice twist. I didn’t expect that face stealing scene. 

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  4. Started watching this yesterday and I'm beginning to see why the ratings were on the low side. The acting of the lead male could be considered over acting and irritating. The early jokes about breast size and the placement of Aji 3's battery pack was most probably not well received by many people. But having said that I like Chae Soo Bin as Cho Ji-ah.

    Binge watched the final 8 episodes and while I still find the lead male irritating, I find the drama quite entertaining and honestly surprised why it did not do well in South Korea. I checked and it has quite a high rating in Viki. My favorite scene was when Ji-a spoke her heart out to the guy after the guy was in the process of leaving her for good. The power of saying I love you has been proven time and time again and this wasn’t an exception. I also find the kiss much better than most kdramas I’ve watched. 

  5. Finished watching this yesterday and overall it was a very nice drama. I'm not really a fan of military and/or medical drama before but I gave this a try because of Kim Ji-won who I watched in The Heirs before. All loose ends were tied up but I'm curious how the North Korean Senior Lieutenant ended up in Albania to save Yoo Si-jin and Seo Dae-young. I hated the overly dramatic storyline involving Lee Chi-hoon and the survivor he left behind. The ending was too cheesy and a bit of a stretch. A volcanic eruption in a foreign country and our "heroes" are suddenly preparing to assist!!! They should have just showed Daniel being married to Ye-hwa.

  6. 12 hours ago, alcides14ahjumma said:

    Indeed, the kiss in MOA was well elaborated , mature , and well edited. The Heirs kiss was like, a toddler trying to finish a stolen candy before get caught, poorly edited, and besides being, the way it play out, unexpected  for our girl! And still she is the one receiving a lot hate and criticism for it. Really unfair but  Lol! :joy:

    Really Park Shin-hye received criticism because of that kiss? In my opinion it was the guy who was not doing a good job. lol

     

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  7. 9 hours ago, alcides14ahjumma said:

    I hope I am not spoiling nothing!! But, regardless what they say about this drama, PR, and fan service after the drama, from everybody cast and no cast, made this drama to sale, explode , and stay relevant up to today. It was much more entertaining and interesting than the drama itself.Lol! :D -_-

    Finally finished the drama and Tan’s 10 year in the future imagination was nice. Just wondering why his foster mom is still there. I thought the chairman was bad but he’s nothing compared to her. I liked Cha Eun-sang much better in the red dress compared to the white dress there. But seriously the kiss there was quite meh. Best Park Shin Hye kiss for me is the one in Memories of Alhambra. I was also rooting for the beautiful teacher to be Won’s partner but too bad he had to sacrifice her for the company. 

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  8. 54 minutes ago, thanie said:

    The one who wears the crown has to bear its weight, hers (Cha Eun-Sang's) is way way heavier, I must say. She went through a lot :rolleyes:

    Okay come to think of it those crowns are probably more of a metaphor instead of Cha Eun-Sang being rich in the end. Anyway I can't hardly wait to watch the remaining 1.5 episodes but work is getting in the way. lol

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  9. Just finished the drama earlier and overall a very nice one with almost everyone having closure. I guess the main loser was Dr Yoo’s father but I can’t really blame Dr Yoo. It’s a bit ironic thought that Dr Yoo lectured the father of the two kids who was about to commit suicide and yet can’t forgive her father. Among all the Park Shin Hye dramas I’ve watched this is the only one so far when I did not find any chemistry between between her and her onscreen partner. I would have preferred had her partner been Jin Seo Woo’s partner. 

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  10. In your opinion who is the best on screen k drama partner with Park Shin Hye? I have watched only 3 dramas so far so my view is probably limited. I was choosing between Lee Jong Suk of Pinocchio and Hyun Bin of Memories of Alhambra. Most people would probably say Hyun Bin because they consider him more handsome but I put Lee Jong Suk at number 1 for now. I like the chemistry between the 2 in Pinocchio and find it the better drama overall plus it had a happy ending. But the best kiss is definitely the MoA one. A far third is Kim Rae Won. Admittedly I’m only a fourth of the way into the drama but for me the chemistry is just off. I don’t feel anything when I see supposedly swoon worthy moments between the 2 on screen. I’m actually skipping those scenes.  

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  11. Watching episode 1 and my 3rd Park Shin Hye drama after Memories of Alhambra and Pinocchio. Don’t really like medical dramas but trying this out and liking it so far. Park Shin Hye has a kick-richard simmons role here that is different from the first two that I have watched.

    Okay just finished episode 1 and did some reading. So the teacher is going to be her love interest later on!!! Personally I don’t find any chemistry between them. I’m a guy and naturally watch k drama because of the leading lady and the overall story but I also like good chemistry between the love team. 

    Up to episode 4 now and there has been a couple of scenes showing "sweet" moment (i.e. microscope moment and the guy running after the girl) between the leads but sadly I still don't feel the chemistry unlike other Park Shin Hye dramas I've watched. I will still soldier on with the remaining episodes because of Park Shin Hye's amazing acting.

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  12. Finally finished the drama after binge watching for less than 3 days. I’m glad the ending was a happy one and Park Shin Hye was stunning in the wedding dress. My top 3 moments are:

    1. The dual kissing scenes that happened outside the restaurant. In Ha was all set to finally let go of Dal Po but instead Dal Po gave her a kiss after seeing that she was wearing a similar button to the one he gave her before. In Ha tiptoeing despite her injured feet and initiating the 2nd kiss was cute.

    2. Their first kiss. In Ha blocked the first kiss with her hand but Dal Po still kissed her hand. In Ha must have felt the love in that kiss and did not block the 2nd kiss.

    3. Equal third. Dal Po was dreaming that In Ha was taking care of her and that she said she will not take another person to be her love. 
    After In Ha defended Beom Jo, Dal Po was quite upset and attempted to throw the original button. Then the scene returned to Beom Jo and In Ha with In Ha saying don’t get the wrong idea. The camera panned to show that In Ha was in fact wearing the button. Thus Dal Po was not dreaming earlier.

     

  13. 11 hours ago, ChibiLy said:

    I tried too, but couldnt get into it. I think the characters actions didn't sit well with me. 

     

    I don't know if it will suit you, but I found Love and Destiny, and Eternal Love of Dreams enjoyable. 

    Similar to Jinmi, the main female characters may start off as naive, loyal to friends and family, and abit clumsy at times, but they have good character growth along the way. The main male leads are quite different from Phoenix, but the common characteristic is that they will all do whatever it takes to be keep their women safe and fight fate.

     

    Okay noted. I’ll look up those dramas

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