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The Tale of Nokdu korean drama review
The Tale of Nokdu
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by haruhoshiiii
nov. 25, 2019
32 épisodes vus sur 32
Globalement 10
Histoire 10.0
Jeu d'acteur/Casting 10.0
Musique 9.0
Degrés de Re-visionnage 9.0
This is the first time I finished watching a drama where everything just felt right and perfect, from start to finish. I've commented here before that I got a bit scared around episode 8-ish since the drama had a well-paced beginning and such dramas usually lose momentum towards the latter half. But this drama was all sorts of perfect to me. The storyline was great. I've been watching lots of kdramas (more than a decade now lol!) but everything felt so fresh, and time just fleets by whenever I watch the episodes. Most especially the finale. I found myself surprised when episode 31 just flew by. I thought it was just 10-15 mins, and the next ep footer showed and I'm like, what the heck, that was 28 minutes already?

And I couldn't deny that the best part of this drama was the acting of, and chemistry between, all the actors. Props to all cast members, including the director and staff with the beautiful sceneries and cinematography. But of course, I have to say this out loud: Jang Dongyoon and Kim Sohyun's chemistry was heckin exploding!!!! I just love them both!!!!! I was pretty much lukewarm with Kim Sohyun before, but I'm a fan now. And don't get me started with Jang Dongyoon—he's just too good to be true! Very much looking forward to their next projects, and I really really hope they do another project together. Maybe not in the near future, but hopefully someday, when they're a bit older. It's been a long time since I wanted to ship lead actors and wished for them to date in real life, but I just can't help it. These two look cute together and I am deluding myself into believing that they can't act like that if they didn't have real feelings..... or maybe they're just really good. Either way, I am fine with that! <3

OST and sound effects were great for me as well. I just wished they didn't use songs with repetitive English lines (but the "one of a kind girl" kinda grew on me eventually haha). I love the all-Korean songs, like Younha's Shine On You. I had it on repeat since it became available on Spotify. Became a feel good song for me since it reminded me of all the Nokdu-Dongjoo soft happy moments.

Rewatch value—definitely watching this again! Just until I get over my Jang Dongyoon-Kim Sohyun feels.
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