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  • Dernière connexion: Il y a 12 heures
  • Genre: Femme
  • Lieu: in my bed
  • Contribution Points: 195 LV3
  • Anniversaire: November 20
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  • Date d'inscription: octobre 7, 2018
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Melting Me Softly
108 personnes ont trouvé cette critique utile
par mess
nov. 16, 2019
16 épisodes vus sur 16
Complété 3
Globalement 4.0
Histoire 2.0
Acting/Cast 4.5
Musique 7.5
Degrés de Re-visionnage 1.0
To be honest, I wasn’t planning on watching this, so I’m not sure what even reeled me in. Maybe it was Changwook’s comeback or I’m in love with Jinah’s voice. But for sure, it wasn’t worth it.

The story, first of all, what the heck is it? Like it doesn’t make any sense. The idea was interesting, but the execution is plain bad and boring. There’s no logic to some of the characters actions and what they say, and I’m like what. And this is noted as a rom-com, yet the romance isn’t the greatest in terms of buildup, it just kinda happens. So the chemistry felt off the entire time. And the comedy is the most forced thing ever with many supporting characters just overacting. I feel like the writer should have focused more on the leads slowly functioning in society and a better love story, you know. But whatever, I guess.

Also the characters aren’t memorable.

Dongchan is like bread. White bread. The plain and dry kind. He’s flat out boring and Changwook could’ve done so much better. Though, I do have to say, Miran does have a more interesting personality and she’s got her goals, but I’m still amazed in how she fell in love with Dongchan. Tsk, tsk. What did she see in him???? Probably his handsome face, because same.

The supporting characters were mostly boring, annoying, or hold nothing to the plot. From the villain to the producer to Miran’s ex.

Some scenes I liked though, were some heartwarming moments like Namtae and Miran reuniting. And the transition from the older to younger counterpart.

But my emotional connection with any major character was nonexistent.

I knew I shouldn’t trust this writer considering a certain disaster I disliked. I’m sad to see this as Changwook’s comeback drama. Such a waste of talent of this cast. Ugh. But maybe watch it if you like the actor/actress A LOT, the kisses, the uhh.. Uhhhh… uh.

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Love Alarm Season 2
8 personnes ont trouvé cette critique utile
par mess
mars 12, 2021
6 épisodes vus sur 6
Complété 0
Globalement 4.0
Histoire 2.0
Acting/Cast 5.5
Musique 6.5
Degrés de Re-visionnage 1.0
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Love Alarm as a whole lacks any development. This season, just continues with adults relying on an app to tell their feelings (DO BETTER). And the transition into the second season completely disregards what happened in the previous episode. That tension for it to never be recalled again. Tsk tsk.  

The acting was alright. Though this is not a show to show the potential of their good acting. The characters are so one dimensional, it's hard to root for them. I felt personality coming more out of my left toe than any of the characters combined.

This is the show that you want to shut your brain off too and watch your typical girl with no parents who is miraculously loved by a boy with daddy issues and a nice boy who's just trying his best.

EXCEPT THAT NICE BOY WINS HAHAHAYAH

LETS FUCKING GOOOOO HYEYOUNG MY MAN.

What a win. I'm taking that dub.

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