Madame Antoine/마담 앙트완 [Drama Review]

MADAME ANTOINE/마담 앙트완 [DRAMA REVIEW]

 

“Even when you love someone, you make mistakes sometimes.” – Go Hye Rim (Madame Antoine)

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“Madame Antoine” Appreciation Post

With just two episodes left I’m wondering whether or not Madame Antoine will satisfy me or not. Madame Antoine is definitely not the best release so far in 2016 but definitely entertaining. I find myself keep wanting more after watching every episode. I’m addicted to this drama but not going to lie, there are some parts that’s a bit boring and lacking but overall, the drama is entertaining.

First, let me briefly review the drama. The drama More

Madam Antoine [First Impression]

MADAM ANTOINE [First Impression]

So many new dramas so little time to catch up. Many new dramas came out on January. How many is that? 6 new dramas? Crazy! I’m not watching them all. I just pick up several that catch my attention, like Cheese In The Trap, One More Happy Ending, Signal, and Madam Antoine. Speaking about Madam Antoine, this is Madam Antoine First Impression!! The only flaw the drama has is bad time slot. It’s up against Signal and that causes Madam’s viewer ratings keep on decreasing. More

Birth of a Beauty [review]

Birth of a Beauty [review]

“A tree that overcame being split is so strong it’s hard to saw it down. People are like that too. People who overcame pain are strong.” – Han Tae Hee (Birth of a Beauty)

Ahjumma is damn pretty and that makes three men go crazy over her and she gets a bad bad bad headache because of that. /sighs/ Being pretty is difficult.

What an opening words I write there! But this is the reality of our generation. Being ugly is a crime and being pretty is also a crime. What do people notice/see when they’re meeting someone new? Appearance! That’s right. So that’s why we –especially women-  pay most of our attention to improve our look/appearance so that we can leave deep impression when meeting new people. Just like the first episode of Birth of a Beauty shows, our society is cruel enough to ignore someone who doesn’t look “pretty” even when she needs help (remember the bus scene?). But this doesn’t apply to everyone, I’m just taking an example. More