We are finally getting to the reason why Tae Joo is in 1988. The connection is deeper than his Dad’s death, it all connects back to present day, and the elusive Kim Min Seok. Now it’s time to search for the true killer, someone who seems to stay one step ahead of our gang of crime fighters.
While we slowed the Tae Joo’s family angst down a tad, our cop team must come together and fight corruption inside. All while maintaining their snarky comradery. I have faith that if any group of people can remain obstinate during the hard times it is these guys. Continue reading
We are so excited to chat about this week’s events! Legend of Fuyao continues to leave us thrilled and in awe by mixing great storytelling and dynamic actors. And most importantly, our flirty king WuJi was often shirtless! Let’s hear it for the important things in life. Continue reading
Just when things start to heat up our OTP (one true pairing) is split apart and a new dashing prince comes into the picture? Will he win our, and Fuyao’s, hearts and start a shipping war? Come find out as we begin our chatty recap for episodes 9-16 Continue reading
So much happened this episode. We find out a ton of secrets that were locked away in Tae Joo’s damaged mind. Only to be left with as many questions as we started with. Come join me (and Clkytta) as we discuss everything Life on Mars episode 8. Continue reading
Life on Mars really is an apt title for this show. The whole alternate reality concept is really working for me, especially as all the reasons for Tae Joo to be in 1988 start adding up. This week Kmuse and I are flip-flopping our recaps so I’ll be recapping episode 7 and she will do episode 8. Prepare for an episode that will shock you to your core.
A lot changes in these two episodes, from flashy stunts to quiet personal moments. Shin 3 learns to think for himself. So Bong changes her opinion of him and is becoming a person who we can maybe trust. Meanwhile, Mom is perhaps someone we can’t trust after all. We will have SPOILERS for these two episodes.
In my best announcer voice: Ok sports, I mean drama fans, we were left with a major cliffhanger and introduced to Tae Joo’s Dad in the last episode. As usual, I feel like I’m going deeper and deeper down the rabbit trail as we discover the differences between Tae Joo’s memories and the reality of what was happening in 1988. So my burning question is this, what’s up with Tae Joo’s Dad? Continue reading
The past is seeping into Tae Joo’s present or is it still considered past if we are talking about a time travel coma dream? Either way, we are meeting the people who were important to Tae Joo in 1988 and with them comes even more questions. Continue reading
Well, drama fans, we ran into a snag. The Fangirls went into Live with high expectations, but those expectations weren’t met and some of our recappers weren’t able to finish the drama. I, your resourceful Maknae, will do my best to sum up what happened between episode 8 and the end so that you can judge if you want to continue. There will be spoilers, and there will definitely be commentary on the writing, the acting, and the overall feel of the drama.
I’ll try to be accurate in these summaries, but I can’t promise it. I started hitting play over and over again just to be DONE with this drama and I don’t have the patience to go through the episodes again to make sure I’ve got it right. This should tell you a lot about how I felt about this drama by the end. I’ll do my best to hit the highlights.