Finished Dramas in 2020 Roundup

I watched significantly more dramas this year than last year but I don’t have enough time to draft review for each drama I watch. I usually don’t post it and don’t even put up the drama title on “review page”. But this year I want to document every single drama I watch so even if I drop it or I finish all ep but can’t write full review I want to document these dramas too in this blog. So I came up with this idea of having a roundup post instead! So this post is the summary of dramas I’ve watched in 2020 that I have not and will not post a dedicated review.

This post is a part of my year end series. The series will consist of 3 posts; dropped dramas in 2020 roundup, finished dramas in 2020 roundup, and best OST in 2020. Now, shall we start? (ps, dramas are listed based on their airing period)

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Hundred Days My Prince (Review)

HUNDRED DAYS MY PRINCE [REVIEW]

What a sweet piece of work! Up to this day I still adore Hundred Days My Price (read: Drama) so much. Drama is such a fun ride from start to finish. I was happy when the characters were happy. I was torn to pieces when they were sad. I didn’t expect anything from Drama at first, honestly. I thought it’d be another rom-com drama set in Joseon era but I was wrong! Drama is indeed a rom-com, but has other elements that make Drama, as a whole, such an enjoyment.

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Doctors/닥터스 [Full Review]

DOCTORS/닥터스 [DRAMA REVIEW]

“You were born into this world, so why not live a special life?” – Yoo Hye Jung’s Grandma (Doctors)

I’m one of the very few people who don’t understand the Doctors hype even after watching all 20 episodes. Kind of saddening because I want to be a part of those who think highly of Doctors. I gave Doctors a chance after reading positive comments about it from K and I viewers. I downloaded all 20 episodes in one go few months ago but only able to finish it yesterday. I quite liked the show and I think the production was pretty high quality even though some things just didn’t sit well with me. I did marathon a few episodes in one sitting, really proud of myself.

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Signal/시그널 [Drama Review]

SIGNAL/시그널 [DRAMA REVIEW]

“Each handcuff holds 2.5L of tears.” – Lee Jae Han (Signal) More