Mask [review]

MASK [Review]

“I guess we all need someone to lean on. We need someone, not medicine.” Min Woo (Mask)

Where did it go wrong? The directing was great, the drama was so hyped up at the time, the acting definitely felt confident but at some point, it lost its appeal. Mask is another makjang drama from the writer, Choi Ho Chul, the one who also wrote the super makjang yet amazing drama called Secret. I don’t know where it went wrong. The two dramas are definitely makjang but one is beautifully written and one feels like choppily written. Mask was off to a great start, it was strong and fast-paced. The first few episodes were fun to watch then –if I’m not mistaken- on ep 7, the story went downhill. It did pick up on ep 9, but few episodes later the story wasn’t fun anymore.

There is this one formula that I think most of k-dramas do, it starts with a bang, gets stale in the middle and either give another bang at the end or completely ruin it. Mask followed the formula even though I have mixed feeling about the final episode. It was good, but it didn’t succeed in keeping me entirely focus watching it. Trust me, it took me WEEKS to finish the final episode. More

Because Min Woo Is No Love Expert

For those who watched Mask must know the meaning of this post’s title. Joo Ji Hoon‘s character in the drama, Min Woo, is a character who’s introvert and afraid of the world (kind of?) and can’t open up his heart due to his past. His life is only black and white, gray doesn’t even exist. Soo Ae‘s character, Ji Suk, then comes to his life and and adds colors. Yes, you’re right. They then… BLAH cut the crap! Min Woo is cheesy cheesy and cheesy! His lines are cheesy but it make your heart flutter!  More