October 16, 2012

Damo – Episode 4 – Korean drama recap

In Damo Episode 4,Chief Joh's daughter, watching unhappily as Chae Ohk and Hwangbo meet in the courtyard; remarkable coincidences and timely arrivals abound. Chae Ohk (Ha Ji Won) and Hwangbo (Lee Seo Jin) make some progress with their communication issues, and the Left Police devise another undercover plot to infiltrate the counterfeiting gang.

SPOILER ALERT: Stop now if you haven’t watched yet.
MORE…

September 29, 2012

Damo - Episode 3 - Korean drama recap

Ha Ji Won as Chae Ohk;The third episode of Damo continues to develop the back stories of Hwangbo and Chae Ohk, and their conflict over Chae Ohk’s safety comes to a head. While the Left Police Bureau engages in a sting operation to lure out counterfeiters, the audience sees signs that the counterfeit operation is just the tip of the iceberg.

SPOILER ALERT: Stop here if you haven’t watched yet.
MORE…

September 25, 2012

Damo – Episode 2 – Korean drama recap

Episode 2 of Damo introduces us to the back stories of Hwangbo (Lee Seo Jin) and Chae Ohk (Ha Ji Won) and their early relationship, as they continue their investigation of the counterfeiting ring.
SPOILER ALERT: Stop here if you haven’t watched yet.
MORE…

September 16, 2012

Vampire Prosecutor Season 2 & Damo

The first episode of Vampire Prosecutor Season 2 is available with English subtitles on DramaFever and Hulu. I haven’t watched it yet. I think I’ll wait a bit until there is more than one episode, as patience is not one of my virtues. So no spoilers, please. I suppose I’ll have to avoid every other drama blog until I catch up!

Meanwhile, I’m continuing to watch Damo – another episode review is coming soon.


Vampire Prosecutor (Season 1) – Reviews

Also with Yeon Jeong Hun:
Can Love Become Money – Reviews

See all Damo and Lee Seo Jin reviews

September 11, 2012

Damo with Lee Seo Jin - Watch with me!

Damo – Episode 1

Something about fall puts me in the mood for sageuk. SO many episodes, though! Do I want to be watching the same drama until spring? But I found just the thing in my DramaFever queue.

Damo (다모), an MBC drama from 2003, is positively petite by sageuk standards, at a mere 14 episodes. I’m curious to see some of Lee Seo Jin’s earlier work, and I always appreciate a storyline that revolves around a Spunky Heroine.
SPOILER ALERT: stop here if you haven’t watched yet
MORE…