Yesterday I when I wrote about Big, I predicted that the drama will ultimately bring together Gil Da Ran and Seo Yoon Jae as it’s central romantic couple. What I didn’t write was that Da Ran’s relationship with Kung Joon is turning out to be as important a relationship as an ‘OTP’ would be. Although the drama still has moments of romance between Da Ran and Kyung Joon- an inevitable fallout of any lady spending time with someone inhabiting Gong Yoo’s body really, the writers seem to want to emphasise Kyung Joon is still very much a child. Da Ran despite her occasional lapses into fantasy, likewise treats Kyung Joon like her younger brother, infantlising his behaviour even when he is acting with Read More →
I’ve watched two and a bit episodes of Mon-Tues K-drama Big (I’ve just started watching the third), and I’m calling it early: Lee Minjung’s character ends up with, drum roll please, Yoon Jae- the original. Ordinarily the main couple of a K-drama should be easy to pick, but anyone who has been watching so far can attest this whole body swapping business have thrown romantic spidey senses out of whack.
However, there have been so many obvious, early clues that Yoon Jae has been cheating and has not as invested in the relationship as Da Ran, that I’ve decided to convince myself they’re merely red herrings. But, the biggest reason I’m Read More →