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)


The Tale of the Nine Tailed [Review]

A fun drama to kill time but if you’re looking for more exciting one, this may not be for you. I honestly had high expectation. The premise was interesting. The viewer rating was pretty high, at around 5%ish. Many international viewers also liked this drama (first few weeks of airing. I didn’t check i-viewers comments past halfway run). I picked up this drama (will be addressed as TNT for the rest of the post) and gave it a try. First half was interesting and fun.


Touch Your Heart [Drama Review]

Can’t believe Touch Your Heart has ended its run. It was such a fun drama (along with Romance is a Bonus Book). It was cute and funny, rainbows and unicorns. Thank you for being produced, dear TYH.


The Beauty Inside/뷰티 인사이드 [ Movie Review]


MY EYES WERE IN HEAVEN!! HANDSOME GUYS GALORE!!! Usually in a movie/drama there’s only 1 or 2 handsome guys, 4 or 5 max lah. But in this one, wait let me count them first. Agh I lost count. There are too many handsome guys! My eyes were in paradise huhuhuhu More

15 Million Won??!!

Okay, I know that Bubblegum ended its run weeks ago but I really want to do appreciation post. I couldn’t live-watching the drama every week because I was really busy when it was airing. I’ve only live-watched 4 episodes and haven’t pick it up again. I am planning to watch the rest 12 episodes in near future so you can expect me to do another appreciation post. For those who have watched the series, hope this post will remind you a bit of the drama and for those who haven’t, hope my post will help you to decide whether or not picking this up.

Now, this post is about a scene that I like from ep 3, simply because it shows how playful the female lead is, Haeng Ah, played by Jung Ryeo Won. The other two (Lee Dong Wook, Park Hee Bon)’s reactions are priceless too.  More

Lee Dong Wook Is Really Adorable!

Bubblegum, thank you! For bringing out the cutest side of Lee Dong Wook every week! Lee Dong Wook is really adorable in Bubblegum even though I haven’t watched the last 6 episodes (whuut??) so I don’t know exactly whether we still have adorable Dong Wook or not, but I wanna believe that we still have his adorable side! More

Hotel King [review]



“The thing that’s really scary is not the CCTV but a person’s eyes. You cannot erase nor manipulate a person’s eyes.” – Director Baek (Hotel King)