So Mun (Jo Byeong-Gyu) is a high school student with his own set of problems. Despite leading a life that is far from easy, he does his best to maintain a positive outlook in life. To everyone's surprise, he becomes the newest candidate to become a "counter", a term used to describe members of this demon slaying ensemble.
Since day one nothing goes as Pal-Kang had planned, or better said, hoped.
If you, like myself, are a absolute fan of the original, it will come as no surprise that I went into this rather hesitantly. I mean, there was just so many things that could go wrong here due to my high expectations.
One day, Bo-Nui's fortune teller informs her of a way to break the curse of her bad luck. The solution lies in Bo-Nui having a lucky romance.
While working in a small rural town, a doctor becomes particularly involved in the lives of one of the residential families. After witnessing the struggles of their youngest son – who displays signs of autism- he decides to take the young boy under his wing.
Deep in the mountains and surrounded by a vast forest lies Moorim School. A martial arts school known to also teach their students life skills and leadership.
Before you know it, the food craving function in your brain has been activated like a raging beast only to be tamed with a snack.
Eun-Ho is not sure he even believes in the existence of love. But regardless of his opinion on the matter, all that really matters to him, is Dan-Yi's happiness.
A compilation of Korean dramas we have watched so far. Proud accomplishment or embarrassing exposé, you be the judge.
Kim Do-Jin, Choi Yoon, Lee Jung-Rok and Im Tae-San have been friends since high school. Between the four of them, they share a bond closer than brothers.