We have been waiting for this to air since the casting news about a year ago announced Lee Seung Gi and Suzy as the leads! Come find out what the fangirls thought of the first episodes of this thrilling drama and see if our six reasons to watch might pull you in too!Continue reading
Lee Seung Gi. Bae Suzy. Shin Sung Rok. Netflix. September 20th. Do you really need to know any more??
If you do, watch this teaser!
And in case you need a reminder like I did, here’s the plot description again:
“Cha Dal-gun (Lee Seung-gi) becomes an awakened tiger in the face of his nephew’s death in a mysterious plane crash. As an orphan himself, he had raised his nephew single-handedly in place of his brother who had passed on. Triggered by the large-scale cover up of the incident, he sets off on a journey to discover the truth. Go Hae-ri (Bae Suzy) is the eldest daughter of a marine who died during an operation. She has always wanted to be a normal civil servant to support her family, but life had other plans and she ends up as a National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent. Their lives intertwine as they discover a tangled web of corruption behind the plane crash. “
I’m totally and completely in! What about you, k-fans?
It’s time again to join The Fangirls and discuss all the latest casting gossip. Are these our dream casting OTPs? Do we think this drama will flop because of the casting catastrophe that is occurring? All that and more in today’s podcast episode!
The plot threads are drawing tighter and the reveals are getting bigger as we wind up While You Were Sleeping. Let’s talk about episodes 27 & 28, shall we?
We have a ton of plot twists this week. Some were amazing, while some were less than surprising. Come join me as I discuss the ins and outs of twist reveals as well as share several moments that stood out. Continue reading
Kmuse was right — the previous set of episodes felt like a plateau. The formula of nail-biting legal fight with the Snake Yu Beom was carried through, but it was the extraneous events that held my attention. Let’s talk episodes 23 and 24!
As I watch a drama, there is always the rise and ebb of the plot’s pacing. Sometimes it’s all action and you are literally bursting with adrenaline while watching. Other episodes are plot development episodes where it fleshes out characters and creates the setup for future plot points. And then you have my least favorite part of a drama….the plateau. That spot where we seem to be going nowhere and just re-watching the same type of conflict happen over and over. I think that is where we currently are with While You Were Sleeping. Continue reading
I was hoping to laugh as much as I did in the last episodes, but we have to have a little seriousness to balance all the levity. And so, we shall talk about what happened this time around in While You Were Sleeping.
Last week I finished watching the four episodes and was left feeling………..just ok. Sure, there was plot and stuff happened. But for some reason I just wasn’t emotionally engaged. I wondered if maybe we were in for a lull. A pause in plot until we get to the meaty stuff at the end. Let me just tell you, “That is NOT the case.” There was so much awesome plot and intrigue stuffed into these two episodes that I am overflowing with thoughts. Continue reading
Well, this episode picks up right where we left off, but in greater clarity: Hak Young threatens to reveal Woo Tak’s secret if Woo Tak doesn’t help him prove his innocence, and Woo Tak pulls out a prepared letter of resignation and says “Ok. Let’s do this then.”
Seriously, could this boy get any cooler?