Posts Tagged: Character Analysis

Nice Guy: Han Jae Hee Character Analysis (Through Episode 4)

I was just going to include a section on Jae Hee in this week’s post on Nice Guy, but the conversations I’ve been having regarding her on tumblr and Dramabeans have been so insightful, so absorbing (and so freakin’ long, let’s

Nice Guy: Han Jae Hee Character Analysis (Through Episode 4)

I was just going to include a section on Jae Hee in this week’s post on Nice Guy, but the conversations I’ve been having regarding her on tumblr and Dramabeans have been so insightful, so absorbing (and so freakin’ long, let’s

On Ji Wook & Mr. Darcy

There is a tendency in what we call “trendy dramas” to identify the typical cold chaebol hero as being inspired by Fitzwilliam Darcy from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Some kdrama heros who have been compared to Darcy in the recent

On Ji Wook & Mr. Darcy

There is a tendency in what we call “trendy dramas” to identify the typical cold chaebol hero as being inspired by Fitzwilliam Darcy from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Some kdrama heros who have been compared to Darcy in the recent

City Hunter Character Analysis: Dae Hee

So my sister and I have similar emotions about City Hunter: mainly that it was a highly addictive, highly watchable, well directed, fun show, but that it had major writing flaws that reared their heads in the 16th episode and

City Hunter Character Analysis: Dae Hee

So my sister and I have similar emotions about City Hunter: mainly that it was a highly addictive, highly watchable, well directed, fun show, but that it had major writing flaws that reared their heads in the 16th episode and

The Princess’s Man: Shin Myun Character Analysis

Shin Myun, played here by Song Jong Ho, is the second male lead in The Princess’s Man, and he rounds out our love triangle. He is the head of the Joseon-era police and a noble, and as such he spends most of

The Princess’s Man: Shin Myun Character Analysis

Shin Myun, played here by Song Jong Ho, is the second male lead in The Princess’s Man, and he rounds out our love triangle. He is the head of the Joseon-era police and a noble, and as such he spends most of

Queen of Reversals: Goo Yong Shik Character Analysis

One of my favorite things about Queen of Reversals is the characterization of Goo Yong Shik. At first glance he has many of the trappings of the typical lead male: he’s a lonely chaebol with daddy issues, a playboy-womanizer, has a secretary-cum-best

Queen of Reversals: Goo Yong Shik Character Analysis

One of my favorite things about Queen of Reversals is the characterization of Goo Yong Shik. At first glance he has many of the trappings of the typical lead male: he’s a lonely chaebol with daddy issues, a playboy-womanizer, has a secretary-cum-best

On Cha Su Young & Hwang Tae Bom (…and Baek Ja Eun & Hwang Tae Hee)

The thing about Cha Su Young and Hwang Tae Bom (and Tae Hee) is that they have these entire emotional worlds that they keep hidden from others because they feel it would be a burden to share it. Not a

On Cha Su Young & Hwang Tae Bom (…and Baek Ja Eun & Hwang Tae Hee)

The thing about Cha Su Young and Hwang Tae Bom (and Tae Hee) is that they have these entire emotional worlds that they keep hidden from others because they feel it would be a burden to share it. Not a

Ojakgyo Brothers Episode 20 Reflection & Tae Pil Character Analysis

One of the characters in whom I’m most interested in Ojakgyo Brothers is the maknae, Hwang Tae Pil, played by Yun Woo Jin. Youngest of all the brothers, out of the army and willfully out of work, he is the troublemaker in

Ojakgyo Brothers Episode 20 Reflection & Tae Pil Character Analysis

One of the characters in whom I’m most interested in Ojakgyo Brothers is the maknae, Hwang Tae Pil, played by Yun Woo Jin. Youngest of all the brothers, out of the army and willfully out of work, he is the troublemaker in