My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox

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This week I am recommending the romantic comedy: My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox.
Starring Lee Seung Gi, Shin Min Ah, No Min Woo, Park Soo Jin, and Byun Hee Bong.
Written by Hong Jung Eun and Hong Mi Ran, this 16 episode series aired in 2010.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

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Cha Dae Woong (Lee Seung Gi) is a spoiled brat and wants to be an action movie star. After a particular tantrum with his grandfather, he releases a 500-year-old spirit. Gu Mi Ho (Shin Min Ah) is a nine-tailed fox who has unspeakable powers. After being released Mi Ho helps Dae Woong when he gets injured in the woods and Mi Ho heals him by giving her a few her spiritual powers. It is then that Dae Woong uses Mi Ho’s powers to make his action stunts more spectacular, and Mi Ho wants to learn how to be human. It is soon realized that Dae Woong is falling for the nine-tailed fox, but Gu Mi Ho has a secret about herself within the human world.

My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox is such a hilarious and adorable comedy! Just from the name itself, it can only ensure that it is something entertaining to watch. Shin Min Ah is charming and adorable playing a spirit that is trying to act human and Lee Seung Gi acts a spoiled brat well. Together Min Ah and Seung Gi have such a chemistry between the two of them that reminds me of a summer love that feels like it will last forever.

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Miss Granny

Hello DramaSpot readers!

This week I am recommending the Romantic Comedy: Miss Granny.
Starring Shim Eun Kyung, Na Moon Hee, Park In Hwan, Sung Dong Il, and Lee Jin Wook.
Written by Shin Dong Ik, Hong Yun Jeong, and Dong Hee Seon, this movie was released in 2014.
Watch it on KissAsian.

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Oh Mal Soon (Na Moon Hee) is a 74-year-old widowed grandmother who is living with her son and his wife. Mal Soon is proud of her son, Hyun Chul, whom she raised on her own, but butts heads with his wife, Ae Ja. When Hyun Chul tells Mal Soon that she can no longer live in the house with Ae Ja, he tells Mal Soon that he is sending her to a nursing home.

As Mal Soon wanders around after being told she has to move to a nursing home, she discovers a photo studio that claims to take an image of the most youthful time in one’s life. Entering the studio to get her own picture taken for her ‘future funeral’, she leaves the studio with the face of a young 20-year-old!

Now a young faced Oh Mal Soon goes about living as a young girl again and takes on a new name, Oh Doo Ri (Shim Eun Kyung), inspired by her favorite actress, Audrey Hepburn. Seen as a 20 year old girl Doo Ri finds new love and starts to live more boldly than before.

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Miss Granny is a heart-warming film that makes you laugh and want to show it to everyone you know. Shim Eun Kyung is hilarious and portrays a young woman with an old spirit so well and makes you want to root for her as the film presents challenges to her. I recommend this to anyone that wants to watch a feel good movie that has both comedic scenes as well as some emotional ones.

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Madame Antoine

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This week I am recommending the Romantic-Comedy: Madame Antoine.

Starring Han Ye Seul, Sung Joon, Jung Jin Woon, Hwang Seung Eun, and Lee Joo Hyung.
Written by Hong Jin Ah, this 16 episode series aired in 2015.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, Netflix, and KissAsian.

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Go Hye Rim (Han Ye Seul) is a famous romance fortune-teller who has made a name for herself by claiming her ability has come from a connection to Marie Antoinette. But really Hye Rim’s ‘powers’ are just from her keen observational skills. Choi Soo Hyun (Sung Joon) is a skeptical psychotherapist who doesn’t believe in Hye Rim’s powers of finding true love, or true love in general. When Hye Rim offers her abilities to Soo Hyun’s psychological test, her career is put in jeopardy.

Madame Antoine is such an interesting idea for a drama. It has all the aspects of a usual romantic comedy with the two leads falling for each other, even if at first they aren’t fond of each other. Han Ye Seul and Sung Joon have such an interesting chemistry from a romantic perspective and a comedic sense. I recommend this to anyone who loves the idea of a ‘LoveHate’ relationship and those who are interested in the ideas of powers or abilities.

 

Sensory Couple

Hello again, DramaSpot readers!

This week I am recommending the Romantic Drama: Sensory Couple.
Starring Park Yoo Chun, Shin Se Kyung, Nam Goong Min, Yoon Jin Suh, and Kim So Hyun.
Written by Lee Hee Myung, this 16 episode series aired in 2015.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

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Choi Moo Gak (Park Yoo Chun) was a loving brother who cared for his younger sister until one night she was murdered by a killer known as the ‘Barcode’ killer. Oh Cho Rim (Shin Se Kyung) also became a part of the ‘Barcode’ Murder case after her parents were killed and she was the only witness. But while escaping the killer Cho Rim gets hit by a car and falls into a coma. Three years later Cho Rim awakens with no memory of what happened to her but finds that she can see smells with her eyes. Moo Gak has become a police officer who has dedicated his life to finding the man who murdered his sister and in the process, has lost all feelings that made him human. Together Moo Gak and Cho Rim work together to find out more about Cho Rim’s past and why she and Moo Gak are possible targets of the Barcode murderer.

Sensory Couple is one of the cutest crime dramas I have seen. There are equal parts of thriller, comedy, romance, and mystery while watching this suspenseful drama. Shin Se Kyung and Park Yoo Chun have a great chemistry together that leaves you wanting them to end up together and become closer as the show moves forward. I’d definitely recommend this drama to those who like romance but also for those who enjoy crime shows with many twists and turns.

Let’s Fight Ghost

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This week I am recommending the Supernatural-Drama: Let’s Fight Ghost.
Starring Kim So Hyun, Ok Taec Yeon, Kwon Yool, Kim Sang Ho, Lee David, and Kang Ki Young.
Written by Lee Dae-Il, this 16 episode series aired in 2016.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

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Park Bong Pal (Ok Taec Yeon) has grown up with the abilities to see and is acting as an exorcist. As a university student, he uses his ability to make money to get rid of weak spirits. When he is called to a high school haunted by a ghost he meets Kim Hyun Ji (Kim So Hyun). Hyun Ji is a high school student who has no memory of her past life or how she died. Having roamed Korea for 5 years searching for answers, she finds that Bong Pal might be able to help her find them. Together the two fight ghosts and help them move on to the after-life.

This seems like such a fun and exciting drama to watch. Taec Yeon and So Hyun have such an amazing chemistry and are simply so funny to watch when they are together. At the same time, I am excited to see how a relationship develops between the two and find out what happened in Hyun Ji’s past and why she has been killed and why Bong Pal can see ghosts in the first place!

Coffee Prince

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This week I am recommending the Romantic-Comedy: Coffee Prince.
Starring Yoon Eun Hye, Gong Yoo, Lee Sun Gyun, Chae Jung Ahn, Kim Chang Wan, Kim Ja Ok, and Choi Il Hwa.
Written by Lee Jung Ah and Jang Hyun Joo, this 17 episode series aired in 2007.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

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Go Eun Chan (Yoon Eun Hye) is a tough, hardworking employee with multiple part-time jobs. Working as a delivery boy Eun Chan is often mistaken as a boy when in reality she is a girl. When on a delivery she meets Choi Han Kyul (Gong Yoo). Han Kyul is the son of a wealthy family of hotelier’s, and with his good looks has gotten used to living the life of a bachelor; while his mother attempts to pressure Han Kyul to marry.

When Eun Chan and Han Kyul meet one night after a possible theft, Eun Chan stops the thief but lets him go as he is enamored by her younger sister. Even though Eun Chan gives back the purse, Han Kyul can’t help but think that the accident and theft were planned and gives Eun Chan his card for when she wants to be reimbursed. With the scooter damaged Eun Chan gets fired from her workplace and debates if she should get the money or keep her pride. Desperate for money she calls Han Kyul and sees him at his hotel while he is meeting with blind dates for his mother’s sake.  After countless attempts to get his attention, Han Kyul asks Eun Chan, thinking she is a boy, to be his gay lover so he doesn’t have to go on blind dates.

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After watching the first episode I am so excited to continue watching. Overall this seems like a light-hearted KDrama with laughs and giggles as well as intense romance. Coffee Prince is known as one of the most talked about dramas in 2007 because of its dealings with the ideas of being gay and in a homosexual relationship (even though the two leads are male and female). Yoon Eun Hye is one of the most convincing female stars I’ve seen that can so easily pull off being a boy. While Gong Yoo is attractive and hilarious to watch as he questions Yoon Eun Hye’s character.

I recommend this to anyone who is just starting to watch KDrama’s as it is light-hearted and doesn’t seem to be too dramatic. Plus it is only 17 episodes, which is quite short compared to dramas that last 21 episodes. But I think this is an amazing drama that will be fun to watch and share the experience of watching with others.

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Cinderella and the Four Knights

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This week I am recommending the Romantic Comedy: Cinderella and the Four Knights.
Starring Jung Il Woo, Park So Dam, Ahn Jae Hyun, Lee Sung Shin, Choi Min Sung, Son Na Gun, and Kim Young Gun.
Written by Min Ji Eun and Won Young Sil, this 16 episode drama aired in 2016.
Watch it on DramaFever, Viki, and KissAsian.

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Eun Ha Won (Park So Dam) is a modern day Cinderella, having lost her mom as a young child she is forced to live with an evil step-mother and step-sister. The only difference between Ha Won and Cinderella is that Ha Won is not waiting for a ‘Prince’ to come rescue her. She is hardworking, tough, and fierce. One night while delivering a pizza she encounters Kang Hyun Min (Ahn Jae Hyun), a possible heir to the Kang Family Fortune, who is intrigued by her tough personality. The next night she meets Kang Ji Woon (Jung Il Woo), another heir, who is a loner and has a mystery behind his birth. When Ha Won is roped into living with the Kang family, she ends up in a romantic quad between the Kang cousins.

This drama seems like it’s going to be hilarious and heart-wrenching at the same time. I’ve never heard of a drama that has a ‘quadrangle’ between the main female lead and four leading men. But I think that it will be interesting to see how each boy makes their move and will either be rejected or accepted. Cinderella and the Four Knights while it has a similar plot to other drama (rich boy meets poor girl) I think adding the factor that Ha Won is a badass will make the storyline much more interesting.