Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

Hello, DramaSpot readers!

This week I am recommending the romantic comedy: Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo.
Starring Lee Sung Kyung, Nam Joo Hyuk, Kyung Soo Jin, Lee Jae Yoo, and Cho Hye Jung.
Written by Yang Hee Soong, this 16 episode series aired in 2016.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

'Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo' Promotion Photo

Kim Bok Joo (Lee Sung Kyung) is a college athlete, specifically a weightlifter. Even though she can lift heavy weights, she is kind and ambitious, only wanting people to do the good thing. Jung Joon Hyung (Nam Joo Hyuk) is a competitive swimmer, who because of a traumatic past competition has become less free spirited and serious when it comes to swimming. When Bok Joo and Joon Hyung meet after she returns his lost handkerchief, Joon Hyung remembers meeting Bok Joo years ago after she saved his life.

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo has been a hit drama these past few months. With its hilarious cast and witnessing Lee Sung Kyung lifting so many heavy objects but having awkward moments around boys, this drama is not only cute but also inspirational for young girls who look up to a ‘weightlifting fairy’.

Cheese in the Trap

Welcome back DramaSpot readers!

This week I am reviewing the Romantic-Comedy: Cheese in the Trap. 
Starring Kim Go Eun, Park Hae Jin, Seo Kang Joon, Lee Sung Kyung, Nam Joo Hyuk, and Park Min Jin.
Written by Kim Nam Hee and Go Sun Hee, originally based off a webtoon with the same name, this 17 episode series aired in 2015.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

'Cheese in the Trap' Promotion Photo

Hong Seol (Kim Go Eun) is a hard working university student who is just trying to do the best that she can in school. After taking a year off from school to earn money for her tuition she comes back to find that Yoo Jung (Park Hae Jin), Hong Seoul’s senior, is being surprisingly nice to her. After witnessing a darker side to Yoo Jung, Hong Seoul is cautious around her senior and is also finding herself falling for him.

This seems like a really fun, yet intense, show. I was a bit confused in the beginning of how Hong Seol knew Yoo Jung, but I also find myself wanting to see how their relationship can grow and become something interesting.