28 Moons Korean drama Review

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Today, we will have 28 Moons Korean drama review! Are you excited about our review? Let’s watch this wonderful drama with us!

Atrociously badly written, acted, produced, 28 Moons Korean drama (or 28 Faces Of The Moon, 2016) ties the awful Killer Girl K (2011) because the worst Korean drama I’ve ever seen. Okay, so I do know it absolutely was just an internet drama, partly funded by Japan and China, so maybe the Koreans aren’t entirely in charge for its dreariness and stupidity, but still, it is not worth one minute of some time, regardless of who made it or starred in it. The actors must are desperate for work to star during this trash.

It was originally put online in 10-minute segments so for a few unfathomable reasons Streaming Netflix picked it up and put it into two 1 hour stupid, boring episodes. Why does Netflix often show so little discernment about what to feature on their site? With numerous excellent Korean dramas to air why choose this rotgut?

I am not joking but within the primary ten minutes I started yelling at my television screen, “What the hell am I watching?” I believed, maybe it’ll get better? It got worse. Such treacle! For five minutes after it had been over, I used to be still grumbling and visited to get a glass of vino to sit back out.

“28 Moons”‘s story:

Briefly, the story is about a couple of young men whose fiance dies so he stumbles upon her exact doppelganger performing at a florist’s shop and he keeps contact at her shop with a morbidly sad look on his face, so it’s like she is growing to worry for him over time. He brings her a dead plant and he or she cradles it and makes it well again. (cough, cough!) Then after a bunch of useless scenes like that we slowly start realizing, through a series of very bad flashbacks (“Seven Years Earlier, Eight Years Earlier, Five Years Earlier”) that she had loved this man for a protracted time even before he met his fiance, that she had sometimes stood certain her during their meetings, and let’s just say this … she wasn’t very sad that the real fiance had died.

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At first shocked at this exact doppelganger, who shows up once they celebrate the dead girl’s birthday, the man’s friends and therefore the dead girl’s relatives eventually come to just accept her and …. the new couple conjoin, with all of them cheering this couple up, pretending that the first girl had come to life. Then the full cast assembles for a photograph together. The End. Boo, hiss! Calgon, take me away!

This pile of trash starred (?) Kim Kyu Jong, Yang Jin Sung, Kang Tae Hwan, and Geummi (she was the sole one I actually knew, from the way more superior Korean drama Six Persons Room (2014). Watch that rather than this garbage.

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