Woah does he raise my temperature a few degrees in each of his scenes. I find Micky Yoochun exceedingly unattractive, and Park Min Young has yet to rope me in with her acting (I would prostrate myself at the PD’s feet for Park Bo Young to play this role).
I love the incongruity of his beautiful face with that lovely manly voice, and then he does something totally mean in SKKS which makes me curious to see more of him. However, I’m sure their chemistry will win me over in the end, even if I won’t ever squeal over them like I squealed over Beo Jin and Park Kyu in .
Honestly, I expected more from this drama, but nevertheless I was satisfied with the flow and the finale. It’s been an uplifting and emotional journey for No Ra; she actually inspired me to do some soul searching on my own.
Anyways, SKKS is so far quite an entertaining saguek, made all the more delicious by the presence of Broody Scruffy Yoo Ah In.This drama is great, and the finale was sweet and heartwarming. This is one of the few dramas I wish would never end.I cried my heart out with its finale, the emotions were so genuine, and how the goodbyes were beautifully done. To all of us K-Drama addicts, we know it’s rare enough to find a drama that is consistently good from the first episode ‘til its finale.This drama is almost perfect, well it sure had its share of missteps along the way, but I really don’t care. Healer gave me everything I wanted – a great and realistic story line (with lots of kisses!Oh My Ghost made me laugh, weep, and the story-line really warmed my heart. The bromance will make you giggle, and the kisses were so real. lol), very well written scripts, characters were all good (nobody was wasted), and of course, a very satisfying finale. Lol Kidding aside, I love this drama, not just because I love the leads but also the story is heartwarming.