Friday, October 20, 2017

TV Review: Coffee Prince

                                                        Coffee Prince Review
Coffee Prince is the classic Kdrama about a hardworking tomboy named Go Eun Chan who is often mistaken for a boy and one day she is mistaken for a boy by Choi Han kyul a man from a wealthy family who isn't looking to settle down with anyone but is being set up on marriage dates by his grandmother. Han kyul ends up hiring Eun chan to be his fake boyfriend and Eun chan doesn't bother telling him that she's actually a girl because she really needs the money and she figures she won't see him after this but they do keep running into each other.

Eventually Han kyul is told by his grandmother that he has to successfully run a coffee shop for three months if he wants to go back to America and continue living as he was, Han kyul is reluctant at first but is convinced to do so by Eun chan who wants him to run the shop solely because she wants him to hire since she has recently loss her job and she needs another one fast. Eun chan and Han kyul end up working closely together as time goes on and the two of them become very close friends and they both start developing romantic feelings for each other. Eun chan spends the first half of the series worrying that Han kyul wouldn't be attracted to her even if he knew she was a girl and Han kyul spends it worrying that he might be gay since he has feelings for Eun chan regardless of what gender she is.

This series is also one that has a lot of sub plots like for instance their is the on again off again relationship between the second leads Choi Han sung and Han Yoo joo who can be really sweet in one episode but breaking up in the next not to mention at the start of the series our leads had unrequited crushes on the second leads that never really went anywhere since they had their own relationship going on already. There's also subplots involving the other workers at the coffee shop like how Min Yeop is dating Eun chan's sister or how Sun ki is trying to track down his lost love.

Overall I really enjoyed this series it was one where the leads really where what made the series and considering how talented the actors were and how well they worked together that is by no means a bad thing. I thought that the pace was a lot slower than most dramas which I think worked for the series but at times made the episodes feel a lot longer than they actually were. Please tell me your thoughts about this series in the comment section below.

Book Review: Highly Illogical Behavior

                                              Highly Illogical Behavior Review
Highly Illogical Behavior is about a boy named Solomon Reed who hasn't left his house in three years because of his severe social anxiety and currently has no plans to ever leave the house again. Solomon doesn't feel like he's missing much of anything by staying put in his house and he's perfectly fine with only having talked to his mom, dad and grandma for the past few years although he does feel guilty about how his parents feel like they can't go much anymore because of him but that isn't enough for Solomon to consider leaving his house.

Lisa Praytor is an over achieving high school who decides that she is going to find a way to get Solomon to get out of his house by befriending him because she believes that she can cure him of his disorder. Lisa believes that if she can get Solomon to get out of the house that she can write about it in her college essay to get into the second best school for psychology and she hopes that if her experiment is a success that she'll not only get into college but get a full ride scholarship to it.

Through out the book Solomon after befriending Lisa and her boyfriend Clark starts to want to make some small steps back into the world at large but knows that it's a lot easier said than done and he's not sure if he'll ever be ready to face the world. Lisa starts to figure out that trying to fix someone she just met for personal gain is both something that she doesn't have the skills to do so and is of course morally ethically the wrong thing to do. In the end both Solomon and Lisa are able to grow as people because of their relationship with each other.

Overall I really loved this book it had a unique plot and the characters were ones that I was interested in following and I really like the writing style which made for a pretty quick read for me. Please tell me your thoughts about this book in the comment section below.

TV Review: The Gifted: Exposed(1.01)

                                            The Gifted: Exposed(1.01)Review
  • I liked how the episode opened with showing us how mutants are being hunted down by the cops simply for being mutants which the show us with the character Clarice.
  • I liked that John, Marcos and Lorna were looking for Clarice when she was running from the cops and that when they found her they invited her to join them and that they protected her and helped get her to safety.
  • I was sad that Lorna was captured by the police after she tried to get revenge on a cop fro shooting Marcos.
  • I liked that Reed threatened to sue the school if they didn't do anything to stop his son Andy from being bullied.
  • I like that Lorna refuses to give up any information about the other mutants after she was captured even though it is something that could end up saving her.
  • I like that Lorna pointed out to Reed that if she really wanted to kill the cops they would be dead by showing him how easy it would be for her to remove the screws from his legs.
  • I find it interesting that Andy feels so trapped in his own home that he tags along with Lauren to the dance even though he is likely to run into the kids that are bullying him because he wants to get out of the house so badly.
  • I'm not really surprised that Andy abilities manifested when they did considering the bullies had him trapped and had showers of freezing and burning hot water pouring down at him.
  • I liked that when the gym area of the school started to collapse in on itself that Lauren refused to leave without getting Andy to safety and I like that she used her own abilities to get to him and get them both out safely.
  • I like that Marcos wants to go on a mission to rescue Lorna but I also like that John won't let him since they aren't strong enough to win against an entire building worth of cops.
  • I was surprised to learn that Lauren had her abilities for three years now and that she was able to keep them secret for so long.
  • I find it sad how when Caitlin is reassuring Lauren that her dad doesn't arrested all mutants just the ones that hurt people that Andy said ones like me since he hurt people when his powers manifest because he wasn't in control of them.
  • I liked that when some people told Caitlin that they were going to take Lauren and Andy that she refused to even let them in the house and I liked that she then went on the run with Lauren and Andy.
  • I like that Reed made it clear right away that the most important thing is that Andy and Lauren are safe but I also like that he tried to figure out if Andy actually did anything wrong legally because he wants to find away to keep him out of jail.
  • The fact that Reed find Sentinel services to be frightening is worrying and the fact that them being involved makes him think that his family fleeing the country is the best course of action shows how dangerous they are.
  • I like that Lauren tells Andy how she relieved that she can finally talk about being a mutant and I like that she tells Andy that she doesn't blame him for ruining their life or anything and promises to teach him how to control his abilities.
  • I liked that Clarice thanks Marcos for helping to save her and tells him sorry that he lost Lorna while rescuing her and I like that he tells her it wasn't her fault.
  • I like that Reed called Marcos to get him and his family out of the country but I also like that Marcos was hesitant to help him considering what he does for a living.
  • I was a bit surprised to discover Lorna was pregnant but I wasn't surprised at all to find out that Marcos is the father.
  • I think that the deal Marcos has with Reed is fair with him being willing to get his family to safety but having Reed stay with him until he gets Lorna back.
  • I liked that Clarice told John about how Marcos went off on his own to help someone and I like that John then decides to go find him.
  • I wasn't all that surprised that Sentinel services was able to track down the Stucker family but I was glad that John and Clarice found them in time to help them all escape.
  • I like that Clarice was able to use a portal to get almost everyone to safety and I like that Andy was able to control his abilities for a little bit.
  • I'm worried about Reed since he was shot at the end of episode but I have a feeling that he'll live but won't be able to get back to his family for along time.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

Book Review: The Kane Chronicles: The Throne of Fire

                                                  The Throne of Fire Review
The Throne of Fire is the second book in the Kane Chronicles series and in this book Carter and Sadie have to find and awaken Ra the sun god in order to stop Apophis the serpent of chaos from devouring the sun and destroying the world. Carter and Sadie have only a few days to complete their task and neither of them full know what they're doing or if Ra really is their best chance at defeating Apophis since he is now old and frail.

The Kanes between this book and the last one have started training other young magicians in the old ways and this is something that upsets the house of life which causes a few more problems for Carter and Sadie along the way but it also gives them quite a few allies. In this book Sadie finds herself worrying about a recruit named Walt whose bloodline has been curse long ago which means that he is dying because of that and there doesn't seem to be anything anyone can do to stop it. Throughout the book Carter is worried about whether or not he can save Zia who he sort of met but not really last book and now feels like he has to be the one to save her, this is something that causes him to become a bit distracted from their main mission.

Overall I thought that this book was pretty good, it had a good plot, good characters and relationship between those characters and there was a lot of interesting mythology in this series that you don't see often because there's not a whole lot of series about Egyptian mythology so that makes this series stand out. This book was a good read overall but I didn't feel myself being as invested or entertained as I was when I was reading the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series or the Heroes of Olympus series and I'm unsure of why that is since this series and those series have a lot in common with each other. Please tell me your thoughts about this book in the comment section below.

Movie Review: Train to Busan

                                                 Train to Busan Review
Train to Busan is a south Korean film about Seok woo(Gong Yoo) a single father who has been focusing more on work than on his daughter Soo an(Kim Su an) and how when he takes her on the train so that she can visit her mother just as a zombie out break starts around Seoul. One person who has been bit ends up hopping on the train right before it leaves the station and soon there is a lot more than one zombie on  the train and the people on the train have to fight to stay alive and out run and out smart the zombies while being trapped on a train for the majority of the film.

The thing that this film does very well is making you invested in the characters that the story is focused on the film revolves around the relationship between Seok woo and his daughter with him starting out as someone who is pretty self center but him become much less selfish as he fights for not just himself and his daughter to stay alive but other people on the train as well. Other characters that we follow in the film is this tough guy and his pregnant wife they are really sweet together and they were characters that you like right from the start, there's this high school baseball team and the one girl that came to cheer them on who you are always easy to like, these two elderly sisters and there's the selfish CEO that everyone ends up hating because he gets so many people killed with his selfishness. This film made me care about the fate of these characters much more than it made me anticipate seeing the zombies attack because it did a good job at creating characters for the audience to invest in rather than creating characters just to be killed off although most of them did die, I was sad that they died for the most part.

Overall I loved this movie it was a horror movie that I think feels more like a drama and I think this feel added a lot to the film and this is by far the best zombie movie that I have ever seen. This film I think had great writing, acting and directing and I would recommend that you should watch this movie. Please tell me your thoughts on this film in the comment section below.

TV Review: Cheese in the Trap

                                                 Cheese in the Trap Review
Cheese in the Trap is about a poor and hardworking college student named Hong Seol who notices that Yoo Jung a popular upperclassmen is not the person that he pretends to be and is in fact some who is very manipulative and is capable of destroying someone's life without anyone being able to see that he is the bad guy. Since Seol was able to see through Yoo Jung's act he makes life for her very difficult at school for about a year until he decides to take an interest in her and begins treating her kindly. Seol finds it difficult to trust Yoo Jung at first but after awhile she starts to think that her first impression of him was the wrong one and the two begin to date, most of the conflict between them has to do with Seol wondering if her first or second impression is the right one and what she will do if her first impression is the right one now that she has feelings for Yoo Jung.

Seol ends up becoming friends with Baek In ho who is someone that knows Yoo Jung better than most people since Yoo Jung's father took in him and his sister. In the past Yoo Jung caused an incident that ended up destroying In ho's hand and since he was a talented pianist who was doing very well while he was competing this also ended up destroying his dream as well. In ho had only recently returned after leaving years ago due to the hand incident and he hates Yoo Jung because he sees how two faced he really is and he's one of the people who warn Seol of Yoo Jung's true nature after the two of them start dating. Seol ends up inspiring In ho to start playing piano again after years of not playing and the two of them end up spending a lot of time together through out the series which leads to him falling for her but never actually pursuing her since he understands that she's in a relationship.

This series is also one that has a lot of subplots such as one's with Seol having trouble in getting her classmates to do their share of the work in a group project, Seol has a stalker who wants to date her and she has a girl who wants to be her so badly that she starts dressing like her, there's subplots about how Baek In ha keeps trying to live off of Yoo Jung and his father forever and how Yoo Jung keeps trying to get her cut off and there's a subplot of Seol's closest friends Bo Ra and Eun Taek having feelings for each other and eventually deciding to date. There's a lot of other subplots as well in the series since this series is a slice of life one most things that happen her are just events in Seol and people who surround her lives.

Overall I really liked this series, I liked that although not all that much was really happening in this series I was also so invested in it because I find the characters to be so interesting and engaging. The characters and relationships were what really made this drama and I love stories like this so this was a show that really got me. Please tell me your thoughts on this series in the comment section below.

TV Review: The 100: Perverse Instantiation Part 1(3.15)

                                 The 100: Perverse Instantiation Part 1(3.15)Review
  • I like that Bellamy believes that the best course of action is to go back and make sure that the others are okay and have them all work together figure out another way to stop ALIE.
  • I like that the others are finding Clarke's insistence that they go off looking for night bloods to put the flame in to be an idea that isn't likely to work both because they don't know if there are anymore night bloods and because they know that going to villages looking for one is likely to get innocent people killed by ALIE.
  • I liked that Roan saved Clarke from being taken in by one of ALIE's people but I disliked that he only did so, so he could take the flame from Clarke to give to Ontari but I liked that Bellamy stopped Roan from leaving with it.
  • I'm not sure what made Clarke decide that putting the flame into Ontari was a good thing when literally a minute before she agreed to that plan she was against it.
  • I liked that Roan understood why Bellamy shot him and that he said that the two of them are even now.
  • I like that Clarke knows that they have to disconnect Ontari from the city of light before they put the flame in her head because other wise they would be giving ALIE exactly what she wants.
  • I liked that when Roan said that the ice nation wasn't afraid of ALIE that Bellamy told him that he should be and I liked that him and Clarke explained to him how all of ALIE's people are interconnected so if they're seen by one of her people they're seen by all of them.
  • I like that Raven was able to rebuild a wrist band to use as an emp in order to get Ontari disconnected.
  • I like that Raven and Monty have an idea about how to get access to ALIE's code again.
  • I liked that when Roan insist that he takes the flame with him when he lures Ontari out that Clarke insists that she goes with him because she's unwilling to let the flame out her sight and I like that Bellamy doesn't want to let Clarke do this because he doesn't trust that Roan won't betray them.
  • I like that Clarke tells Bellamy that she trusts him with her life and that the reason she's okay with going along with Roan is because she knows that Bellamy will be covering her the whole time.
  • I liked that Jasper told Monty that he was happy for him about how he and Harper got together and I like that Monty pointed out that Jasper hasn't been happy about anything for along time and I like that Jasper told Monty that for along time after mount weather he blamed Clarke and Monty for what happened but he's done blaming now. I like that Jasper and Monty seem to have made up.
  • I was surprised when it turned out that Jasper had been chipped and I'm really worried about how badly things are going to go now that ALIE knows their entire plan because of this.
  • I liked that when Bryan asked Miller if they would ever be done fighting that Miller told him that they would be someday and that they would live on a farm together and grow old together.
  • I liked that Bellamy told the others that they were to use non lethal force because the other people aren't their enemy and are being controlled.
  • I liked that when Clarke figured out that something wasn't right that she tried to let the others know that but sadly they didn't figure it out until after they got captured.
  • I liked that Jasper revealed to Monty that the reason that he took the key wasn't because he was tortured but because of the fact that their mission to get Luna to take the flame ended up destroying the rig which was a peaceful place before they came and because Shay died and during the time he spent with her was the first time since Maya died that he wasn't thinking about her.
  • I like that Jasper said that from what he's seen of the ground that it isn't survivable which says a lot about the different meanings of survivable.
  • I felt so bad for Clarke when ALIE had her own mother torture her because that means that Clarke is being both physically and psychologically tortured because of who is doing the torturing. I like that Clarke didn't even consider given in while she was being tortured.
  • I like that Abby pointed out that the way to get to Clarke was through her friends and I liked that she suggested that they start with Bellamy because it shows how clearly close Clarke and Bellamy's relationship to each other is.
  • I liked that Octavia was worried when Bellamy was being taken away but I also liked that Bellamy told her not to worry about him.
  • I liked that Murphy, Pike and Indra come in and rescued the others right before Bellamy was taken up to be tortured.
  • I like that when Pike cut Bellamy's bindings and asked if he was okay that it was clear that Bellamy felt very strange talking to him like this.
  • I like that Indra told Octavia that she was only working with Pike because sticking together is the only way they can survive and I like that Bellamy pointed out that it was a good plan.
  • I like that Bellamy wants to go up to the tower so that they could follow through with their plan and stop ALIE once and for all and I like that Murphy is so annoyed that he has to stay and fight rather than run away and keep himself alive once again.
  • I like that Bellamy is angry at Pike for killing guys that are controlled by ALIE because they aren't the enemy and they could've saved them.
  • I like that Bellamy asked Murphy why he was here and I liked that Murphy eventually admitted that he too is trying to save someone he cares about.
  • I like that Indra tells Octavia that they can't kill Pike now because he isn't useful to them if he'd dead.
  • I like that Clarke tells ALIE that if she kills her mom she'll never give them that pass phrase and I like that Clarke proved this to be true when it looked like her mom was going to die and she cried and said she was sorry but still refused to give ALIE what she wanted.
  • I dislike that ALIE had Ontari killed so that they couldn't use her in order to give them the kill code.
  • I liked that as soon as Bellamy came in the room Clarke told him to stop Jaha and he did it right away.
  • I liked that Murphy cut Abby down and made sure that she was still alive.
  • I'm really concerned about how they are going to stop ALIE now that Ontari isn't an option anymore.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

TV Review: Shadowhunters: Malec(1.12)

                                            Shadowhunters: Malec(1.12)Review
  • I like that Izzy decided to support Alec's decision to get married because he supported her through her trial.
  • I like that Izzy is concerned about how Jace and Alec are both refusing to talk to each other right now.
  • I like that Clary thanks Alec for everything that he's done to help her find her mother and that Alec thanks Clary for returning the cup which ended up saving Izzy from being exiled, I like that they find getting along to feel a bit odd.
  • I like that Magnus questioned Alec on what is honorable about living a lie when Alec claimed that honor was one of the reasons that he was getting married.
  • I liked that Magnus told Alec that he would stop pushing if Alec could tell him that he was in love with Lydia which Alec of course isn't, I like that it's clear that to Magnus the only reason people should get married is if they love each other while Alec clearly believes differently because he's getting married for every reason but love.
  • I liked how Magnus described to Alec what the symptoms of falling in love were and I like that Alec was clearly effected by his speech but he pushes him away none the less because he feels like he needs to go through with getting married to save his family and his career.
  • I liked that when Clary invited Simon to the wedding that she told him that he was the person she is closest to in the entire world.
  • I find the conversation that Clary and Jace have about her training to be pretty awkward which makes sense since they no longer know how to behave around each other.
  • I liked that when Magnus mentioned that he wished they had cocktails that Clary pointed out that it's nine am yet Magnus didn't see the problem with that.
  • I liked that Magnus was offend that Hodge thinks that Ragnor is more powerful than him.
  • I like that Clary wants to talk to Jace about how they feel about learning that their siblings while Jace doesn't since it doesn't change anything, I also like that Clary pointed out that they didn't do anything wrong since they had know way of knowing they were related.
  • I like that Izzy wants to throw Alec a bachelor party and that he wants nothing to do with one.
  • I like that Jace thinks of Maryse as his true mother because she was the one that raised him, I just love it whenever Jace says that the Lightwoods are his true family.
  • I like that Clary believes that her mother would never abandon her son while Jace doesn't believe her.
  • I like that Clary was able to find Ragnor in the painting because of her artist eye.
  • I like that Clary offering Ragnor anything if helped her was the reason he decided to help her by telling her how he needed the book of the white in order to wake her mother.
  • I was sad that Ragnor died so shortly after we met him but since we barely knew him I mostly just feel bad for Magnus has been friends with him for centuries.
  • I liked that Clary and Jace figured out that there is a mole in the institute sadly they suspect the wrong person of the crime.
  • I like that Clary and Izzy stop Jace from confronting Lydia about being the mole because he is far too angry right now.
  • I don't think that Clary did a good job of lowering Lydia's guard because she accused her far to easily of being the mole so Lydia was of course defensive right away.
  • I like that Clary feels that it's wrong for Alec to live a lie and can't understand why Lydia would be willing to marry him while knowing that Alec will never love her the way a husband should love a wife, I like that Lydia understand why Alec is doing what he's doing and she respects how much he loves his family.
  • I like that Izzy went to Simon for advice about what goes on at bachelor party and I like that Simon tells her about how what there really about his best friends being there for each other.
  • I liked that Izzy's idea for a bachelor party is to basically lock Alec and Jace in a room together because she knows that they need to make up.
  • I like that Jace admits to Alec that he has been doing a lot of crazy things lately that has caused a lot of problems but he never wanted to hurt Alec and he's sorry if he did.
  • I like that when Jace was saying that there was something wrong with him since he was falling in love with Clary that Alec tells them there's nothing wrong with him and he understands what that's like and considering that he was in love with Jace who is his adoptive brother I think he does understand better than just anyone else would.
  • I like that Alec tells Jace that he understands what it's like to live your life one way always fulfilling your duty until you meet someone who changes the way you think and knocks you off that path, while clearly talking about his feelings for Magnus. I also strangely like that Alec's response to those feelings is to try harder to stay on the path of your duty because he feels that is what's most important.
  • I like that even though Jace knows that Alec's marriage won't make him happy that he's still happy to give Alec a way at his wedding because it speaks to the bond they share with each other.
  • I like that Ragnor's ghost or something came back to talk to Magnus about his past loves and how if Magnus falls in love again that he should fight for it as hard as he can. I like the brief insights we see in how Magnus sees love with him clearly wanting it but also believing Camille is right that he's destined to never have it.
  • It made me a bit sad for Alec when his mom tells him that she's proud of him for getting married to someone he doesn't love to save his family's reputation because that's not something that a mother should be proud of.
  • I liked that when Magnus walked in that Jace and Izzy were gossiping with each other about what's going on despite the fact that there on the alter, I just find that detail a little funny.
  • I like that after seeing Magnus walk in that Alec realizes that he can't deny his feelings for Magnus anymore and that getting married to Lydia isn't the right thing to do and I like that Lydia understands that and that she gives him her blessing to go after Magnus.
  • I liked that Alec walked up to Magnus and just kissed him right in front of everyone despite having feared anyone finding out that he was gay for so long.
  • I liked that Magnus told Alec after he kissed him that he never ceases to amaze him.
  • I liked that Alec started panicking about what he just did right after he did it because that was a pretty big statement he just made and he did it on impulse and he never does anything on impulse.
  • I like that Izzy tells Alec how proud she is of him and I like how Simon compares Alec and Magnus to The Graduate.
  • I like that Jace tells Lydia that she would always have a place with them because of what she did when she let Alec go to pursue his own happiness.
  • I like that Jace realizes that he can't keep pushing Clary away but he still doesn't know how to deal with her after what Valentine told them.
  • I dislike that Hodge knocked Lydia out and stole the cup from her in order to give it to Valentine in exchange for his freedom.
  • I'm worried about Jace with how he keeps saying there's a darkness in him and how thinks maybe he belongs by Valentine's side.
  • I dislike how Maryse makes Alec coming out all about it effects her and barely even acknowledges what he just revealed to everyone.
  • I like that Robert at least tries to understand Alec's relationship with Magnus even though it does seem odd to him.
  • I find it a bit funny how Alec almost told his dad that right now his feelings for Magnus is more about lust than love since it's so new but I'm glad that Magnus saved Alec from saying something that would've made them all feel really awkward.
  • I like that Alec and Magnus agree to go for drinks together and that they're both really happy about the idea of it.
  • I like how Luke tells a comatose Jocelyn how Alec's coming out and kissing a downworlder shows that the world is changing and that he hopes that someday that means their relationship can be accepted.
Please tell me your thoughts on this episode.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

TV Review: Suspicious Partner

                                                    Suspicious Partner Review
Suspicious Partner is a drama about how Eun Bong-hee a prosecutor in training ends up being framed for the murder of her ex-boyfriend who cheated on her a few months earlier. Bong-hee ends up having the charges against her dropped because the prosecutor who had been training her No Ji-wook reveals that someone had been trying to frame her for the murder which upsets the chief prosecutor and gets him fired from the prosecution office. Bong-hee is obviously very grateful to Ji-wook that he got the charges against her drop and this along with the fact that the two have shared some bonding moments before because they have both been cheated on in the past leads to her falling in love with him while Ji-wook wants nothing to do with her because her case cost him his career.

Ji-wook ends working as a defense lawyer which he is terrible at because he hates all criminals and thinks that they deserve to punished which leads him to go off on his clients because doesn't believe they deserve to be defended. Meanwhile Bong-hee is also working as a defense lawyer but she's having a harder time getting anyone to hire her at all since most everyone believes that she murdered her ex-boyfriend and she is still working her hardest to find out who the real killer is in order to clear her name. Eventually after meeting up several times and sort of working together Ji-wook opens his own law office so that Bong-hee can have a stable job and the two start working together on find the real killer as well as on cases which leads to the two becoming much closer and Ji-wook realizing his true feelings.

This drama is one that has a few subplots that I really liked as well such as how Ji-wook's former best friend Ji Eun-hyuk keeps trying to make things up to him because he was the one that his ex-girlfriend cheat with and I oddly ended up loving his relationship with the ex because he was truly in love with her but he also regretted what happened because he had lost Ji-wook's friendship. I also liked the subplot of Bong-hee and Ji-wook's mom not liking each other and how upset they were when they found out that their children were dating each other(I also like that while they were upset they never actual disapproved of the relationship their kids had).

Overall I really loved this drama it had an interesting plot and great characters that really stood out in my mind and I really did end loving the relationships that developed in this show as well. Please tell me your thoughts on this drama in the comment section below.

Top 5 New Fall TV Series I Want to Watch

1. While You Were Sleeping: This series is the series that I have been look forward to the most all year it's written by my favorite Kdrama writer and stars my favorite Kdrama actor which automatically made me excited for the series. This series is about a girl who can see the future in her dreams and how she works together with a guy who has just became a prosecutor to stop the bad things she sees in her dreams from happening. This is the one series on this list that I've already started watching and even though it's only been three episodes the premise has already been turned on it's head which is great and I'm really enjoying the characters and the show as a whole so far.
2. The Gifted: This is a show that is set in the X-men universe and since I've always liked the X-men that makes me interested in this series but I also like that at least two of the main characters are teenagers because I always like stories about teenagers discovering who they are and if you add super powers to the mix everything just becomes even more interesting.
3. Runaways: This series is one about teenagers discovering that their parents are super villains and then they runaway to escape them and they have powers of their own, while I haven't heard a lot about the TV show version of this series I do think that the premise sounds good and honestly what's not to love about that premise.
4. Dynasty: This show is written by the same writer as The OC and Chuck and since those two series are some of my favorite TV series of all time I thought that it would be a good idea to check out this series but I also worry the most about whether or not this series will end up being a good one.
5. Ghosted: This series is a supernatural sitcom and I thought that the trailer made the show look funny so I thought that I'd give this series a try chances are I won't end up following this series super closely since I tend to just randomly stop watching sitcoms for no real reason but who knows maybe this one will be different.